National Bouillabaisse Day - 2021-12-14
What is National Bouillabaisse Day?
Bouillabaisse is a fish stew originating in the port city of Marseille. The name comes from bolhir, an Occitan verb meaning "to boil", and abaissar, which means "to lower". Bouillabaisse is the king of fish soup, as it takes two days to make as well as being very expensive. This would require filleting different types of fish at the table. The fish are boiled not in simple water but in a previously made fish broth that starts with fish bones. The broth is enhanced with leeks, tomatoes, garlic, fragrant olive oil, and herbs such as thyme, fennel, and saffron.
When is National Bouillabaisse Day?
National Bouillabaisse Day is celebrated on December 14th annually.
History of National Bouillabaisse Day
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