Spring, Summer, Fall & Winter: If you are a Maine lobster fan but are looking to try some new options in seafood, don’t forget the haddock! Nothing beats Gulf of Maine haddock, mild, white and flaky and it can be enjoyed so many ways. Many restaurants in the state offer it fried, baked, stuffed or even in milky white chowder. Whichever way you choose you certainly will not be disappointed. An even more traditional way to enjoy haddock is the famous fried haddock sandwich with cheese and tartar sauce on a roll. You can’t beat the Sea Basket’s on Route 1 in Wiscasset. The haddock is deep fried to golden perfection and it’s usually fresh off the boat. Another place just down the road is Red Eats, known for their lobster rolls which are definitely recommended, Red’s also has great fried haddock sandwiches. Another traditional way to enjoy haddock in Maine is in fish chowder. This is a savory-milk based soup that is made sometimes with or without potatoes but, always with only the freshest haddock. A great place to enjoy some of the best haddock chowder is Hattie’s Chowder House in the heart of Hallowell. Hattie’s has some of the best haddock chowder around. Hot, creamy and loaded with fresh Maine haddock, you just can’t beat it! So the next time you go out for seafood, don’t forget the haddock!