National Seafood Bisque Day

National Seafood Bisque DayNational Seafood Bisque Day

Grab a bib and get ready to enjoy this delightfully creamy soup for National Seafood Bisque Day on October 19th. 

The word bisque is thought to be derived from a French phrase that means twice-cooked since the soup is cooked first with a stock or broth and a second time with a cream. The first record of the word dates back to the 17th century and places the origins of the dish in France. 

Seafood bisque is generally made with shellfish like lobster, crab, and shrimp, but some recipes include crayfish or clams. If you are a vegetarian or allergic to shellfish, you can create a seafood-free bisque by using mushrooms, pumpkin, or tomato as replacements. 

So whether you boil up your own or head to your favorite French or seafood restaurant, be sure to indulge in this luxurious soup on October 19th for National Seafood Bisque Day.

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