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Nonna Cooks for Christmas: 40 Authentic Italian Recipes

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There are no rules about how to prepare the Feast of the Seven Fishes. Some people cook seven courses while some prepare
12 to represent the number of apostles. Whatever, you decide to make though, one thing’s for sure Christmas Eve is a
meat-free zone. Nonna Cooks for Christmas will take you through seven courses of Italian classic fish and seafood
dishes perfect for your Christmas Eve feast. Welcome the family to the table with a selection of canap?s including
Anchovies in a Lemon Marinade or Marinated Eel. Follow the canap?s with a Seven Fishes Seafood Salad; made with octopus,
shrimp, scallops, calamari, scungilli, baccala, and mussels. Pace yourself though; you have another five courses to go!
So don't opt for a heavy third course try our Crumb Topped Clams or Saut?ed Sole with Olives. Courses four and five and
now we are really cooking with 10 of the best Italian pasta and stew recipes including the fiery Lobster Fra Diavolo and
the iconic Baccala Stew featuring salted cod. The penultimate course proves that palate cleansers aren't just for fancy
menus. This citrusy course separates the savory from the sweet with a zesty Red Grapefruit Sorbet or a Limoncello Gelato.
The final course, dessert, deserves to be lingered over, and Nonna’s Italian recipe for Double Chocolate Rum Stuffed
Panettone will really hit the spot. So, this Christmas Eve on December 24th sit down to a traditional Italian Feast of
the Seven Fishes. Buon Appetito!

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