Kipper refers to a smoked herring usually served heated for breakfast. Kipper is a popular breakfast dish among the English. The finest herrings in Great Britain come from the Isle of Man, Whitby, or Loch Fyne, in Scotland. The herrings are split open, placed over oak chips, and slowly cooked to produce a nice pale-brown smoked fish.

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