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      Fisherman Stew
      28-oz can crushed tomatoes w/juice
      8-oz can tomato sauce
      1 onion, chopped
      1 cup white wine
      1/3 cup olive oil
      3 cloves garlic, minced
      3 tbs parsley
      1 green pepper, chopped
      1 hot pepper, chopped (optional)
      salt and pepper to taste
      1 tsp thyme
      2 tsp basil
      1 tsp oregano
      1/2 tsp paprika
      1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
      SEAFOOD: Here is a list but you can use your own favorite seafood instead.
      1 deboned whitefish fillet, cubed (make sure it is deboned)
      1 doz shrimp
      1 doz scallops
      1 doz mussels
      1 doz clams
      Place all ingredients except seafood in crockpot. Cook on low 6 to 8 hours. About 30 minutes before serving, add seafood. Turn crockpot on high and stir gently once or twice. Serve with sourdough bread.
      note: don't have shrimp, scallops, mussels, or clams in the freezer that you purchased when they were in the mark-down bin? no problem! use canned instead! leave the setting on low since all are cooked already and just need to be heated through.
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