The term used in Baltimore for fried breaded white fish, typically served in a sandwich. Despite its name, most "lake trout" is actually Atlantic whiting, which is neither trout nor from a lake. It is typically served with a number of condiments, such as ketchup and horseradish. Lake trout is an everyday food, and often served in aluminum foil in a paper bag at small take-out establishments.
I'm hungry so I'ma get some lake trout and a half-and-half.
by Jermain Jefferson January 13, 2007

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