Julia Child's Mussels Mariniere via LittleFerraroKitchen.com by FerraroKitchen1, via Flickr

Julia Child's Mussels Mariniere via LittleFerraroKitchen.com by FerraroKitchen1, via Flickr

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The best way to eat mussels? Steamed in white wine, served in sauce of juices from the mussels, wine, butter, and shallots. Traditional French Mussels Mariniere or Moules Mariniere. So easy to make! On SimplyRecipes.com

The best way to eat mussels? Steamed in white wine, served in sauce of juices from the mussels, wine, butter, and shallots. Traditional French Mussels Mariniere or Moules Mariniere. So easy to make! On SimplyRecipes.com

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The best way to eat mussels? Steamed in white wine, served in sauce of juices from the mussels, wine, butter, and shallots. Traditional French Mussels Mariniere or Moules Mariniere. So easy to make! On SimplyRecipes.com

The best way to eat mussels? Steamed in white wine, served in sauce of juices from the mussels, wine, butter, and shallots. Traditional French Mussels Mariniere or Moules Mariniere. So easy to make! On SimplyRecipes.com

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The best way to eat mussels? Steamed in white wine, served in sauce of juices from the mussels, wine, butter, and shallots. Traditional French Mussels Mariniere or Moules Mariniere. So easy to make! On SimplyRecipes.com

The best way to eat mussels? Steamed in white wine, served in sauce of juices from the mussels, wine, butter, and shallots. Traditional French Mussels Mariniere or Moules Mariniere. So easy to make! On SimplyRecipes.com

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A pot of classic French Moules Marinières is fast food at its best. Made with fresh, inexpensive ingredients that still seem celebratory, this dish comes together in around 15 minutes from start to finish. Make sure to serve it with the rest of the wine left in the bottle and with plenty of toasted bread for dipping into the garlicky, briny broth.

A pot of classic French Moules Marinières is fast food at its best. Made with fresh, inexpensive ingredients that still seem celebratory, this dish comes together in around 15 minutes from start to finish. Make sure to serve it with the rest of the wine left in the bottle and with plenty of toasted bread for dipping into the garlicky, briny broth.

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The best way to eat mussels? Steamed in white wine, served in sauce of juices from the mussels, wine, butter, and shallots. Traditional French Mussels Mariniere or Moules Mariniere. So easy to make! On SimplyRecipes.com

The best way to eat mussels? Steamed in white wine, served in sauce of juices from the mussels, wine, butter, and shallots. Traditional French Mussels Mariniere or Moules Mariniere. So easy to make! On SimplyRecipes.com

cloves garlic, minced  6 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley  1 bay leaf  1/4 teaspoon dried thyme  2 cups white wine

cloves garlic, minced 6 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley 1 bay leaf 1/4 teaspoon dried thyme 2 cups white wine

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