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NATIONAL BOUILLABAISSE DAY – December 14

National Bouillabaisse Day – December 14

National Bouillabaisse Day – December 14

Seafood lovers everywhere have reason to celebrate every December 14th with National Bouillabaisse Day.

Bouillabaisse originally was a stew made by Marseille fishermen using the bony rockfish which they were unable to sell to restaurants or markets. There are at least three kinds of fish in a traditional bouillabaisse: typically red rascasse, sea robin and European conger. It can also include gilt-head bream…

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