Here is one of those recipes that really resists being written, though Italia Coppola did get it into her cookbook.
This is Italia Coppola's father's dish, made in Naples using seafood from the Mediterranean.
When Italia was a child, she didn't care for green beans and did what so many of us did as children: Snuck them to her dog. After her father discovered her subterfuge, there was a green bean dish on the table every day for two weeks.
This classic Neapolitan fish stew has about as many versions of cooks as there are in Napoli. Italia's version includes a bounty of seafood and you do not need to use all of it; just use what you like and what is freshest wherever you are.