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Fresh fennel (often mistakenly called anise) is a common ingredient in Mediterranean cooking. Here, it is baked until tender and buttery-tasting. If you are unable to find fennel bulbs with the fronds still attached, you can garnish the dish with dill instead.

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You'll find gigante beans in Mediterranean stores or at specialty food markets. If they aren't available, substitute a white bean such as Great Northern or flageolets. Beans are a good source of fiber and protein. Get more healthy holiday recipes.

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The combination of tuna, anchovies, capers, garlic, and parsley is traditional in Mediterranean cooking, particularly in southern France. Anchovy paste, a mixture of anchovies, vinegar, spices, and water, is a mess-free substitute for mashed fillets; use 1 teaspoon of paste for each fillet.