But the boycott measure is also confused, chiefly because of its bouillabaisse of motivations.
I love caldeirada, which is a Portuguese version of bouillabaisse.
Pascal's is famous for its fish, and especially for its bouillabaisse.
It was half-past seven already, the bouillabaisse could not wait.
Rub with garlic some round slices of bread and serve the bouillabaisse on them.
Though this petit djeuner was very recherch, the bouillabaisse threw all the accessory dishes into the shade.
Would you emulate M. Bernard and make a bouillabaisse de luxe it may prove a tax upon your purse, but not upon your powers.
There are over a hundred ways of making a bouillabaisse; the above is one of the best.
It is all served together like bouillabaisse, the semolina answering to the bread, and extract of pomidoro is added.
As soon as we had sat down, I saw with delight the great soup-tureen, whence escaped a delicious fragrance of bouillabaisse.
fish stew, 1845, from French bouillabaisse (19c.), from Provençal bouiabaisso, boulh-abaisso, a compound of two verbs corresponding to English boil-abase (the latter in the original sense of "to lower").