Here in New England, Baked Cod with Cracker Topping is a staple meal, especially on Fridays. It is served in most restaurants and many homes on a regular basis. We do love our seafood here. Sometimes I make it with a bit of an Italian style twist and that is the recipe I’m sharing with you today in honor of National Seafood Month. It is quick and easy to make, so perfect for busy families.
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