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High-Class Bouillabaisse

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Famous in the southern region of Marseille, France, the spicy fish soup known as Bouillabaisse is a combination of fresh vegetables, 6 varieties of fish, and a sprinkle of saffron. Originally a fisherman's solution for leftover scraps at the end of a work day, this traditionally inexpensive dinner has escalated into a pricey tourist craving and can now set diners back up to $75 for a serving at a local restaurant. But is this dish really worth all the hype? Eleanor Beardsley of NPR traveled across the pond to take a taste for herself, and her report is definitely worth listening to.

But you know us -- we want to try making it at home. Do you have a great recipe?  

Bouillabaisse: From Humble Beginnings To High-Class Tourist Meal from NPR 

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