bouillabaisse

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n bouillabaisse 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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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n bouillabaisse In cookery, a kind of fish-chowder popular in some parts of France, especially at Marseilles.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Bouillabaisse bōō-lya-bās′ a Provençal kind of fish chowder, familiar through Thackeray's appreciative ballad.
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
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Usage

In literature:

Fancy eating bouillabaisse in the pouring rain!
"Simon the Jester" by William J. Locke
A year ago he dined with me at the Palais de la Bouillabaisse.
"Mademoiselle of Monte Carlo" by William Le Queux
Say, it was a perfectly swell story about Virgie's bouillabaisse function on today's society page, double-column half-tone cut and all.
"On With Torchy" by Sewell Ford
The bouillabaisse of France and New Orleans is most delectable and may well be served upon our tables frequently.
"Mrs. Wilson's Cook Book" by Mary A. Wilson
Of course bouillabaisse et soupe de poissons was the first item.
"From Edinburgh to India & Burmah" by William G. Burn Murdoch
The better, finer and firmer the fish, the better the Bouillabaisse.
"Dishes & Beverages of the Old South" by Martha McCulloch Williams
Tortier's bouillabaisse would about tickle the jaded palate.
"The Strollers" by Frederic S. Isham
The bouillabaisse and the 'Marseillaise' were both invented in Marseilles.
"In Pastures New" by George Ade
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In poetry:

Three times death thought to take us and three times he stayed his hand;
But when we left the Legion what a happy pair we were,
Then reckless roving up and down the sunny land,
I found Jack eating bouillabaisse back on the Cannebière.
"Death's Way" by Robert W Service

In news:

Ted Allen's Lobster Bouillabaisse .
A classic bouillabaisse often contains six or more different kinds of fish.
Brander Vineyards is once again hosting the wildly popular and scrumptious Santa Barbara Bouillabaisse Festival, with all proceeds going to support the work of Hospice of Santa Barbara.
Bouillabaisse , though a French classic, is not an especially elegant meal.
Bouillabaisse ' of Fresh Peas With Poached Eggs.
In the Provence region of France, it is a peasant tradition to make "poor man's bouillabaisse " with vegetables.
When the cold weather keeps hanging around, Marcelle yearns for her father's bouillabaisse .
WHAT kind of bouillabaisse did you say.
I made a bouillabaisse, which is a Mediterranean seafood dish wherein you cut up all manner of seafood and toss it in a fish broth, except mussels so say the purists.
Once a humble dish, Bouillabaisse now has haute-cuisine status.
Bouillabaisse, that ancient and legendary fish stew , has a history as rich and colorful as its ingredients.
Bouillabaisse a la Marseillaise .
Soupe de Poisson is as much a provençal classic as its more famous cousin, bouillabaisse — and, in my opinion, much better.
Michelle Scicolone's excellent "The French Slow Cooker" ($22, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) has a mother lode of little sauces in the last chapter, including this Rouille , which is traditional in bouillabaisse.
The southern French city of Marseille on the Mediterranean Sea has long been famous for its spicy fish soup, known as bouillabaisse.
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