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Food & Wine Spelling Challenge

These hard-to-spell dishes—from bouillabaisse to tzatziki—are easy to eat.
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Bouillabaisse

A classic bouillabaisse often contains six or more different kinds of fish. "But for my money, you really just need lobster, a firm fish and either mussels or clams," says Ted Allen. Even in a simplified version of the Provençal seafood stew, Allen still thinks it's important to make a broth; here, he uses the lobster shells. "For a stronger seafood flavor, add a bottle of clam juice to the finished stock," he says.

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