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Dishes that sound lavish, thrilling — fennel custard with uni and truffles; monkfish with caviar, kohlrabi, and tarragon bourride — don’t always taste that way.
The key to a bourride is aioli, a garlicky mayonnaise that is added to the fish broth, lending it a creamy texture.
The Provençal version of the dish is called bourride.
French dishes include pigs’ feet with caviar, pike quenelles, fish stew bourride and poached chicken for two to four.
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