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Fish stew is a Sicilian treasure

Carl Fantasia, owner of the New Deal in Cambridge, holds up some local cod. Dried and salted or fresh, the fish makes a flavorful meal any time of year. Carl Fantasia, owner of the New Deal in Cambridge, holds up some local cod. Dried and salted or fresh, the fish makes a flavorful meal any time of year. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
February 20, 2008

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During the winter, my Sicilian grandfather made a fish stew using the dried salted cod he knew as baccala. This involved soaking the fish in water - which needed to be changed daily - for three days. (Full article: 189 words)

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