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Monkfish
Fish

The extraordinarily ugly monkfish has rarely been favoured by English cooks. It is mentioned in angling and natural history texts back to the 16th century, but we can find no cooking receipt using this name before Jane Grigson's 'British Cookery' of 1984.


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