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  Categories: Fish, Mexican, Basque
       Yield: 6 servings
       1 lb Potatoes; small new
            -scrubbed, boiled, peeled
            -cut into 3/4 chunks
     1/4 c  Olive Oil
       2    White Onions; peeled,
            -chop fine, makes 2 cups
       3    Garlic Cloves; minced
       4 md Tomatoes; coarsely chopped
            -about 2 lbs, or two 14.4oz
            -cans of tomatoes, diced
     1/4 lb Ham; chopped
     1/4 c  Parsley; Italian, chopped
       1 ts Black Pepper
     1/8 ts Cinnamon; ground
         pn Ground Cloves; pinch
       1 lb Salt Cod; seenote
       4    Pickled chiles Jalapeno
            -sliced into thin rings
       4 tb Liquid from pickled chiles
      12    Pimento-stuffed Green Olives
            -sliced in half
    MikeNote; Salt Cod, soak for 24 hours and Gently rinse, to remove most but
   not all of the salt. Do not break up fish.
   Put the potatoes in a large pan of cold, salted water, cutting any large
   potatoes in half or quarters first. Bring the water to a boil and simmer
   until the potatoes are just tender when pierced with a fork, 15-20 minutes.
   Drain and when cool enough to handle,, peel away the skin. Set aside. In a
   heavy pan such as a Dutch oven, heat the olive oil over medium heat. Add
   the onions, reduce the heat to very low and slowly saute about one hour.
   Stir occasionally, watching that the onion doesn't burn. A few dribbles
   more of oil may be necessary. Pre-heat oven to 300F degrees.
   Turn up the heat, add the garlic and tomato and cook, stirring constantly
   until the mixture becomes thick and the liquid is substantially reduced,
   about 10-15 minutes. Add the ham, parsley, pepper, cinnamon and cloves,
   then gently stir the cod, potatoes, jalapenos and their juice into the
   tomato mixture.
   Transfer to a 1 to 2 quart casserole, preferably clay, sprinkle with the
   olives and bake for 30 minutes. Bacalao a la Viscaina can be made ahead and
   re-heated in a 300F oven for 20 minutes or until thoroughly hot.