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  • Now in France they like to use a few different species of small fish, with some considered indispensable such as rascasse, red mullet, weaver fish, grondin and conger eel, and it is this combination that is said to give the soup its particular character.

    At My Table

  • Many of the 4,000 books in the auction www.bloomsburyauctions.com have Davidson's bookplate affixed—a simple line drawing of the Mediterranean rascasse fish, the essential ingredient of bouillabaisse, of which Davidson wrote a hilarious essay called "The Harlot of Marseilles."

    A Culinary Man of Letters

  • He insists that if it doesn't include rascasse (scorpion fish), then it isn't authentic, and he will also add dorade (bream), turbot and monkfish.

    Jay Weston: Authentic Bouillabaisse on Bastille Day at South Coast Plaza

  • At La Prua, a seaside restaurant in Alassio, I had a plate of raw seafood, just brought in by a boat, that had on it tuna; gamberi (shrimp); langoustine; rascasse (the classic bouillabaisse fish); and clams and an oyster.

    Ligurian Fish Dishes - Bitten Blog - NYTimes.com

  • The best fish to use is one that is indigenous only to the Mediterranean: the scorpion fish rascasse in French and scorpna in Greek.

    The Summer of My Greek Tavérna

  • Sous l'océan, sous l'océan La vie est super Mieux que sur la terre, je te le dis Tu vois l'esturgeon et la raie Se sont lancés dans le reggae On a le rythme, c'est d'la dynamite, sous l'océan Triton au flûteau La carpe joue d'la harpe La rascasse d'la basse Et les rois du rap

    WN.com - Articles related to EU ends tuna fishing season early

  • Next, he heads to the Mediterranean in search of the rascasse, the essential ingredient to bouillabaisse and a cousin to this hemisphere’s endangered snapper.

    BOTTOMFEEDER: How to Eat Ethically in a World of Vanishing Seafood | Impact Lab

  • There is only one thing necessary to it and that is rascasse, a fish caught only among the rocks: you will get excellent bouillabaisse at lunch where we are going.”

    Oscar Wilde

  • There is only one thing necessary to it and that is _rascasse_, a fish caught only among the rocks: you will get excellent _bouillabaisse_ at lunch where we are going. "

    Oscar Wilde, Volume 2 (of 2) His Life and Confessions

  • I didn't take a picture of the crunchy caviar-like lentilles de Puy dotted with chewy bulots and smoked bacon that I started with, nor the main course of fish I had (which the waiter described as "like rascasse", although I don't recall the exact name ... see?

    David Lebovitz

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