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       Title:  Yucatan Seafood Stew
  Categories: Seafood, Soups, Masterchefs, Frisco, 4sg
       Yield: 8 servings
  
     3/4 c  Oil, olive                          2 ea Chilies, Pasilla, roasted,
       1 md Onion, chopped                           -- peeled, skin stripped
       1 lg Garlic, head, roasted                    -- off, and julienned (2
            -- chopped                               -- Chipotle or Jalapeno
       3 ea Bay leaves                               -- chilies can be
       2 ea Allspice, crushed                        -- substituted.)
       2 qt Stock, fish OR                     12 ea Mussels, scrubbed,
       2 qt Stock, chicken                           -- debearded
       3 bn Coriander                           8 oz Tuna, filet
       8 ea Clams, Manilla, or                  8 oz Rock Cod, filet
            -- Little Neck                      8 oz Ling Cod, filet
       8 lg Tomatoes, grilled until             1 ea Lobster, parboiled
            -- almost black, roughly                 -- (up to two pounds)
            -- chopped                          8 ea Shrimp, parboiled
       8 oz Fish, angler, OR                    4 lg Oysters, removed from
       8 oz Fish, monkfish                           -- shell
     1/2 c  Juice, lime                         4 sm Squid, fresh
  
        Heat a large saute pan and add olive oil.  Saute the onion, toasted
   garlic, cloves, bay leaves, and allspice for about 10 minutes. (Do not
   brown.)
   
        Meanwhile, heat the fish stock (or chicken) in a saucepan.
   
        To the saute pan, add 1 bunch of coriander (tied together), all of the
   clams, and the grilled tomatoes.  Turn the heat up to high and bring to a
   boil.
   
        Add 2 cups of heated fish stock, cover, and steam to open the clams
   (about 5 minutes).  Replenish fish stock as needed to keep ingredients
   covered.
   
        Add the angler fish, lime juice (to taste), and chilies.  If
   necessary, add more coriander and roasted garlic.  Continue cooking for 2
   minutes, then bring to a rolling boil and add mussels.
   
        (Note: Mussels open quickly.)
   
        Add the remainder of the fish (tuna or cod), then lobster, shrimp,
   oysters, and squid.  (Note: All fish should have the skin removed and be
   cut into 1-inch cubes.)
   
        Remove tied bunch of coriander, then cook covered for 2-3 minutes and
   serve.
   
        Garnish with fresh coriander.
   
        Source: Great Chefs of San Francisco, Avon Books, 1984
        Chef:   Mark Miller, The Fourth Street Grill, Berkeley, CA
  
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