Mussels Marinara
This garlicky, addictive dish is best served with crusty bread or a bowl of pasta. I personally prefer placing pieces of bread at the bottom of my bowl and spooning the sauce and mussels on top. That way, the bread soaks in the flavorful tomato sauce, softening the hard crust to make that perfect balance of crunchy and squishy (in a good way). To make this dish extra garlicky, I roasted garlic while making my sauce and spread it on the toasted bread right before serving. 
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Legasea's Lobster Bake
NYC’s Legasea Seafood Brasserie at Moxy Times Square serves their “Legasea Great Big Lobster Bake” nightly all summer-long and as the star of their new Sunday family-style dinner menu since it's perfect for sharing! The recipe, developed by Chef Jason Hall, is packed with seafood and made with a flavorful tomato sauce. Cook the poatoes, corn, scallops, shrimp and lobster ahead of time to make it the perfect party-dish.Pro tip: Serve with a crusty bread to sop up the leftover sauce!Watch this recipe video and follow along at home!
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Chrissy Teigen's Spicy Mussels with Stella Artois
"My mom is Thai so I love to draw inspiration from her cooking style and give it my personal touch. Lots of people think mussels are tricky to make but they're actually super simple and a great one pot dish to make for a crowd! I always serve this with a cold Stella Artois, since it's also a key ingredient in the broth." – Chrissy Teigen ​
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Seafood Soup With Porcini And Tomatoes
Enjoy this delicious warm soup during the winter months. Seafood broth is mixed with Italian flavors to create a stew that's perfect to make for dinner on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.This recipe is by Jeanmarie Brownson and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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mussels
The tahini in this recipe balances out the acidity of the beer and provides creaminess to the broth. Make sure to serve it with plenty of toasted bread to sop up the flavor. 
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Cioppino recipe - The Daily Meal
Cioppino is a seafood stew that was developed in the late 1800s by Portuguese and Italian fishermen who settled in San Francisco. Cioppino is typically served with the shellfish still in their shells, making for somewhat messy eating—but it's a lot of fun for an informal gathering. Serve with plenty of crusty bread for soaking up the juice and be sure to have lots of napkins available, too.This recipe is by Barbara Gibbons and was originally published in The Baltimore Sun.
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Linguine with Clams, Mussels, and Peppers
Linguine with clams is a timeless classic that's easy to prepare and delicious any time of year. This Italian pasta dish gets a bit of an update with the addition of mussels and sweet bell peppers, but it still comes together very quickly once all the prep is done. 
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