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This recipe for sausage with fennel and olives is courtesy of Lidia Bastianich.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, November Fall 2007
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  • J-C
    12 JAN, 2009
    Hmm... I just added a comment and it didn't show... I guess it takes a little time to generate? anyhow, what Lydia added was chopped basil. see: http://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/blood-orange-and-red-onion-salad J-C
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  • J-C
    12 JAN, 2009
    Answer to ReneA: Lidia added torn basil to the salad. see http://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/blood-orange-and-red-onion-salad
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  • J-C
    12 JAN, 2009
    Answer to Rene A's question about the orange and red onion salad. The greens that Lydia sprinkled onto the salad at the end was torn basil. see http://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/blood-orange-and-red-onion-salad
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  • reneartale
    5 DEC, 2007
    I have the show recorded. I went back and watched the segment twice. Lidia said to clean a seedless orange (blood orange if in season) and cut it in slices. Add a little bit of salt. Cut a red onion thin, place on top of oranges and sprinkle with a little bit of salt. Then add fresh pepper. Add a little bit of olive oil on top. She then added what appeared to be chopped parsley but she never commented on what it was. That was it. She said nothing else or added anything else.
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  • reneartale
    5 DEC, 2007
    I have the show recorded. I went back and watched the segment twice. Lidia said to clean a seedless orange (blood orange if in season) and cut it in slices. Add a little bit of salt. Cut a red onion thin, place on top of oranges and sprinkle with a little bit of salt. Then add fresh pepper. Add a little bit of olive oil on top. She then added what appeared to be chopped parsley but she never commented on what it was. That was it. She said nothing else or added anything else.
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  • KRumanes
    4 DEC, 2007
    I found a website with an orange, fennel and red onion salad by Lidia at bordersmedia.com/borderskitchen/bastianich/lidia.asp - hope this helps.
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  • Aydensmommy
    4 DEC, 2007
    The orange and red onion salad recipe is on page 280 of her new book, Lidia's Italy. Not sure if I am allowed to post it here? I do have it...
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  • Aydensmommy
    4 DEC, 2007
    Martha, thanks so much for having Lidia on your show!! I have all of her cookbooks and make her recipes constantly. I love her PBS show as well, and she has been an excellent teacher. My two favorite women, Martha and Lidia, in the same place was awesome! Thanks so much!
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  • YumaGirl
    4 DEC, 2007
    I was glad to see that someone posted the Orange Salad Recipe on this site. Thanks to jsetzer!!
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  • jsetzer
    3 DEC, 2007
    Dear Martha, Thank you for the excellent show featuring three outstanding Italian chefs! It was perfect! Sincerely, Joanne Setzer
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