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Cook the Issue 2010: Shellfish with Fennel, Escarole, and Kale

By liamsaunt, member

December 14th, 2010

After 10 days of rich yet unsatisfying Disney food, a light shellfish stew seemed pretty appealing, so that was our dinner tonight.  I used the local Maine shrimp that are now in season and only $5.99/lb.  My grocery was out of escarole (?) so I doubled up on kale.  I really liked the flavors in this dish.  I think it might be a little too garlicky for a true holiday celebration, but for a dish shared between two people eating the same thing it was really nice.  The only change I made was to sub in chopped fennel fronds for the parsley, just because I had them.  I would definitely make this again.


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Comments (3)

ICDOCEAN1 writes: I forgot to mention that it might be worth your time to do a search for mini versions of the Croquembouche as I have decided to do since we are only two and I keep a dinner guest party to 6-8 and most of us are not dessert eaters,

Posted: 9:36 pm on December 16th

Pielove writes: Welcome back, it is great to see you posting again! The shellfish stew looks beautiful too. Posted: 6:55 am on December 15th

ICDOCEAN1 writes: Welcome back. I think the best dinners that we had in Disney World were at Cat Cora's restaurant and Teppan Edo Japanese restaurant. Outside of Disney, Maggiano's...

I enjoyed the shellfish stew and might even consider it for Christmas Eve or New Year's Eve, but I think NYE since I am already committed to our traditional bowl of linguini and clam sauce and whatever fish I can find in Boise. Posted: 5:35 am on December 15th

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