POPSUGAR Food Bouillabaisse Bouillabaisse Definition: Bouillabaisse by partysugar 12/19/07 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Bouillabaisse A traditional French seafood stew from the Provence region. It's made with an assortment of fish, shellfish, saffron, white wine, and onions. The stew is generally served over thick slices of bread. Source Read More BouillabaisseStewsSoupsSeafoodFishDefinitionFrench Get inspired with our daily newsletter Sign up for our daily newsletter. Love and Sex Vegetarian Food Home DIY Tech Sign up with Segat1 7 years Don't forget the aioli! sfbutterfly24 7 years I can't even count the many reasons I love seafood. Oh so freaking yummy it hurts!! mamaseacat 7 years So what's the difference between this and cioppino? Is it the red sauce? Asia84 7 years Thanks, I have a meal idea for tomorrow night! aimeeb 7 years I would never touch this but I love saying the word. :rotfl: AmberHoney 7 years You're stirring my appetite! emalove 7 years Ew. SeptemberLights 7 years That is great to know! I never knew the difference between this and cioppino... BRANDYNICOLE730 7 years This has "no thanks" written all over it to me! Wine in my food is a big no-no. Lovely_1 7 years :drool: That looks soooooo good!!!