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    A New England Bouillabaisse

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    ingredients

    • 1 tablespoon olive oil
    • 1 small onion, chopped
    • 1 garlic clove, peeled and chopped
    • 1 medium tomato, chopped
    • 2 cups fish broth (see headnote)
    • A few fresh parsley stems
    • Pinch of fennel seeds
    • Salt and freshly ground pepper to taste
    • 4 or 5 small clams
    • 1 dozen mussels
    • A piece of leftover cooked or fresh fish, about 4 ounces*
    • A sprinkling of chopped parsley
    • 2 slices French bread, toasted
    • A generous dollop of Pistou Sauce

    *Usually a fresh white fish is called for, but I have found that a piece of lightly cooked leftover salmon is fine, too.

    **If you don’t have any pistou on hand or time to make it, try mashing to a paste a small clove of garlic and a little salt, and then mixing that in with a tablespoon of mayonnaise. Whisk in a few pinches of paprika and a dash of hot pepper. Purists would not approve, but you can cheat a little when you’re by yourself. Nobody is looking.

    preparation

    1. Heat the oil in a medium pot, and sauté the onion and garlic gently until softened.

    2. Add the tomato, sauté another minute, then pour in the fish stock and seasonings, tasting to judge how much salt and pepper you need. Simmer for about 20 minutes, and add the clams (if you are using fresh fish, slip that into the pot now); clams always take longer than mussels, so give the clams a few minutes before adding the mussels along with the piece of leftover fish.

    3. Sprinkle parsley over, and have alongside a couple of slices of toasted French bread with pistou on top.

     

    Excerpted from The Pleasures of Cooking for One by Judith Jones. Copyright © 2009 by Judith Jones. Excerpted by permission of Knopf, a division of Random House, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher




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