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Martha Stewart shares everything you need to host a fabulous fish fry

Nothing like a warm summer night fish fry with some cold beers! Martha Stewart stops by the TODAY kitchen to share her recipes for the ultimate fish fry, including fried fish sandwiches with tartar sauce, cabbage and cucumber slaw, potato and pickled beet salad, sparkling cherry limeade and blondie ice cream cake.

Fried Fish Sandwiches with Spicy Tartar Sauce
Martha Stewart's Fish Fry Sandwich with Tartar Sauce
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This fish is best served immediately, but can be kept warm in a 200°F oven while you fry the rest. You can replace half the fish with large peeled shrimp: Dip them in batter first, then in panko before frying.

Dilled Cabbage-and-Cucumber Slaw
Martha Stewart's Cabbage and Cucumber Slaw
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To avoid a watery salad, the cucumber should be added to this fresh slaw right before serving. Peel, seed, and cut them, then keep them in a separate container until ready to serve.

Potato and Pickled Beet Salad
Martha Stewart's Potato & Pickled Beet Salad
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Sunny golden beets add vibrant flavor and color to this savory potato salad.

Sparkling Cherry Limeade
Martha Stewart's Sparkling Cherry Limeade
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You can make this drink into a shandy by adding lager, ale or wheat beer.

Blondie Ice Cream Cake
Martha Stewart's Blondie Ice Cream Cake
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Watch Martha Stewart show how to cook up a traditional fish fry

Play Video - 4:57

Watch Martha Stewart show how to cook up a traditional fish fry

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At the end of a good meal everyone will say they're stuffed — until they see this ice cream cake. It is made from rich, buttery blondie; vanilla ice cream (filled with more blondie); and a soft, chewy, totally insane chocolate-caramel topping.

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