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Old 11-20-2011, 08:28 PM   #21
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Great idea! Thank you! One pot clean up sounds great and I will definitely use this idea at some point this winter. I do like having happy folks waddling from the table.

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A good fish chowder with seven fish; cod, flounder, sole, scallops, clams, calarmari, lobster meat, you get the idea. Start with a good fish stock. Ask your fishmonger for a couple of fish frames. (Heads and all) You can get them from your supermarket also. Those are what is left over after the fish has been filleted. Make sure you catch all the juices from shelled seafood and add that if you don't put them in with the shells. Served with a loaf of crusty peasant or artisan bread to sop up the juices and you will have folks just barely able to move away from the table. One big pot, easy cleanup. Happy folks.

Any time you serve shrimp with butter, boil them with the shells on and save the broth in the freezer. A couple of bottles of clam juice. Lobster shells. All these can be used for the put to make a good fish stock. My friends think I am crazy because I collect any shells when I go to their house to eat seafood.
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Old 11-20-2011, 08:53 PM   #22
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I don't do 7 fishes but this was last Christmas Eve.







Fried Cod, fried calamari, linguine with white clam sauce, baked clams.
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Old 11-21-2011, 09:30 PM   #23
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MsMofet, that looks amazing! YUM! Any recipes to share?
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You had me drooling with those stuffed clams. Yuuuummmmmm!
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MsMofet, that looks amazing! YUM! Any recipes to share?
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You had me drooling with those stuffed clams. Yuuuummmmmm!
Thank you Kathleen and Z.

I am not sure if I have the recipes typed up. I will look and post or type up the post. Not sure if I can get to it till after thanksgiving but I will try.
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