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  Categories: Soups, Seafood
       Yield: 8 servings
       2    Onions; chopped
       5    Garlic cloves; minced
     1/2 c  Parsley; chopped
       1    Leek; sliced (reserve dark)
       2 tb Olive oil
       4    Tomatoes; peel,seed,chop
     1/4 ts Sugar
       4 c  Doxee clam juice
       1 c  Dry Sherry
       1 c  Water
       2    Orange zest
       1 ds Cayenne
       3    Saffron threads
       1    Bay leaf
       1 ts Dried basil
       1 ts Dried thyme
       1 tb Salt (or more-fish is bland)
       1 lb Red Snapper
       1 lb Rock Shrimp
       1 lb Bay scallops
       1    Dozen clams;steamed*
      12    Appalachacola oysters
   Skin fish and cut into serving sized pieces.  Use fillets. Flounder or
   other firm white fish may be substituted. *Reserve broth from steamed clams
   for use in the bouillabaise. Heat olive oil in a lg. pot and cook garlic
   and onion til soft over mod. heat. Add the leek and cook for 10 min. Add
   tomatoes and sugar. Simmer 5 min. Add all rem. ingred. except seafood and
   simmer 30 min., covered. Strain the broth discarding the orange zest and
   bay leaf.  Puree the remaining veg. with some of the broth and return it to
   the pot. Add the salt and pepper adjusting to suit your taste. This portion
   can be refrigerated or frozen at this point. Strain the broth from the
   steamed clams and add to the pot. Add the clams (may be diced, if
   preferred). Add the remaining seafood and the dark portion of the leek and
   simmer for 3-5 min. DO NOT OVERCOOK. Correct the seasonings. Ladle into
   bowls and serve with garlic bread and Sauce Rouille. I do not serve the
   shellfish in the shells as restaurants do due to the difficulty and
   awkwardness in the ability for guests to eat it while “fiddling” around
   with the shells. Recipe may be halfed. LISA CRAWLEY/CEDAR RAPIDS