sassy4609 sayshelpadd your replycould u please tell me how i would find todays show , i was a my nephews house baby setting. he had time warner cable . i dont know what channel it was on. i have direct tv. your show consist of fried crab cakes and stuffed tomatoes with rice and ham. it sounded delious . i would love the recipe.... typosted in From the Sea to Your K...last discussed by sassy4609 on 01.14.12 0
eastsidecropper saysChristmas Eve Feast of Seven fishesEvery Christmas Eve my daughter has taken the tradition over from me. She does a great job and incorporates the 7 fishes into 7 different dishes. She has been doing this for 10 years now and thoroughly enjoys it. We have all our immediate family members over and a good time is had by all. posted in From the Sea to Your K...last discussed by eastsidecropper on 01.16.12 0
Chiffonade saysFeast of the Seven FishesJust watched the Holiday Celebration episode online thanks to a link forwarded by a good friend from Pittsburgh. His PBS station aired it but mine in Atlanta did not. LOVED IT!
I do the Feast of the Seven Fishes every year for Christmas Eve. I tell my friends "Anyone can come to Thanksgiving, even if I don't know you - but I've got to love you to invite you to Christmas Eve."
Of course, all the usual suspects make their appearance in one incarnation or another - but a couple of things do not vary. In the beginning of the meal, a platter of cold cocktail fish is offered. On this platter is what I like to call "Make believe crabmeat" or "Krab with a K." You may wonder why I include such a low-rung fish in this important Feast. My mother (RIP) loved it. We never cooked it, just dunked it in homemade cocktail sauce and that's how I serve it.
The other course that does not vary is the final entree - Whole lobster stuffed with lump crabmeat. It brings me back to my childhood and when times were tough, we'd eat hot dogs during the year but my mother would make sure that she, my brother and I would each have our own lobster.
I so enjoy preparing this meal and look forward to it all year. Thanks, Lidia, for being such a warm, friendly ambassador for Italian cooking. I mean no disrespect but culinary prowess aside you're everybody's Italian Grandma. Even the blind can see the love you put into food and family. Ciao bella!posted in From the Sea to Your K...last discussed by Chiffonade on 12.22.11 0
elena sayssardines w/ onionsi saw one of Lidia's shows where she made a dish with sardines, covered with fried onions and my mouth was watering.. does anyone have the recipe? thanks and healthy eating to allposted in From the Sea to Your K...last discussed by elena on 12.29.10 0
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