Today’s recipe comes to you all the way from the great state of Florida! No, not really. It actually comes from the village of Cullen in Moray, Scotland. I just had to go all the way to Florida to find the haddock.
I had been wanting to make Cullen skink soup for you for awhile and so I searched for the required fish at every single local grocery store here in Virginia. None to be found, I was delighted when while on vacation, I spotted frozen haddock at the Publix in Panama City Beach, Florida. I immediately bought two bags, packed them frozen and on ice, and took them back home with me in the car. Using packaged frozen fish is probably not quite as good as fresh, but hey, be grateful for what you have.
So I’m guessing by now that you have realized that Cullen skink soup is not really made of skink.