A dark-colored marine food fish (Anoplopoma fimbria) of North American Pacific waters. Also called black cod. (noun)
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Use "sablefish" in a sentence
"The sablefish is actually black cod, and I joked to my tablemates, old filmmate Jennifer Evans Gardner and her food-wise son, Kellen, that it's only called sablefish in Jewish delis."
"A tip about black cod: this fish, also called sablefish, is a big fish and is usually sold in large slices that have a centerpiece of bone."
"Officially called sablefish, black cod has a soft, buttery texture that appeals more to"