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How-To Video - Italian-Style Roasted Swordfish

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Italian-Style Roasted Swordfish from Miami New Times on Vimeo.

 

Ever wanted to make swordfish roasted inside parchment paper with tomatoes, olives, and capers? Chef Odel Arencibia from The Capital Grille Miami shows you how. This simple Italian dish has great flavor and aroma. Don't feel like doin' it yourself? Hit up The Capital Grille Miami between now and April 25 for a five-course meal for $49. Too rich for your blood? Holler at the low-budget version: 1 can tuna, 3 ketchup packets, and a bag of hot fries.

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