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highly seasoned Mediterranean soup or stew made of several kinds of fish and shellfish with tomatoes and onions or leeks and seasoned with saffron and garlic and herbs

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The bouillabaisse at the BEACH BISTRO on Anna Maria Island may be the most luxurious in Florida.
Enjoy Bouillabaisse, Pommes Frites, Asparagus Hollandaise, Quiche Monet, and Lavender-Infused Cocoa-Dusted Truffles.
3: bouillabaisse in the municipality of saint-tropez - public service delegation.
Despite cheap imitators, Le Miramar is the restaurant supposed to serve the best bouillabaisse in town.
I brought the baggage that I bring and hopefully we collected together this creative bouillabaisse and we came up with a good meal.
Jay's bouillabaisse may not have been the best, but it was good enough - and, on what we've seen so far, he looks capable of going much further.
But here's a twist: When several varieties of choice seafoods are crowded into the same pot and served in upscale restaurants, the dish isn't called stew at all but some hoity-toity European name like bouillabaisse or cioppino.
The whole harvest of the sea can come together in the great Mediterranean specialities of bouillabaisse, brodetto, zarzuela and paella.
Menu includes Pizetta With Caramelized Onions, Anchovies and Olives; Chilled Heirloom Tomato Soup With Basil; Heirloom Melon, Dry-Cured Ham and Field Greens; Bouillabaisse Marseille-style or Leg of Lamb, Braised Eggplant, Zucchini, Tomato and Basil; Artisanal Cheeses; and Rustic Fig Tart with Lavender-Honey Ice Cream.
Summary: Whether it is Boeuf Bourguignon, Coq au Vin or Bouillabaisse attempting classic French dishes can be an intimidating experience for any cook.
On the culinary tours participants will shop the food markets of Paris and Provence; learn how to make bouillabaisse in Avignon from a chef who is the recipient of Le Charte de la Bouillabaisse Marseillaise; and have a wine-tasting picnic in the vineyards of the Cotes-du-Rhone.
My friend enjoyed the bouillabaisse "Floor 10" signature (LE 80) which was made of lobster, saffron, tomato, fennel, fresh herb and coral butter.
Then there are those joyless midweek evenings spent dining on mediocre scrag, desperately trying to find a positive among a bouillabaisse of negatives: "The butter was fresh.
Revellers can enjoy a glass of Champagne on arrival followed by a five-course feast with mouth-watering main dishes, including line-caught sea bass with Whitby crab and asparagus cannelloni and bouillabaisse, served in the City Caf.
No matter what social background they come from, French teenagers still like traditional dishes such as bouillabaisse, fish stew from Provence, choucroute, the Alsatian sauerkraut, veal sautAe and strong cheeses.