Poor man's bouillabaisse evolves to high-end meal

10/1/2012 | National Public Radio

Years ago, sailors used to take leftover fish that didn't sell in the markets of southern French city Marseille and throw them together with spices to create a cheap but tasty soup. Now, the soup has become a signature meal in the seaside town, sometimes sold for $75 a dish to hungry tourists.

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