The 14th of December is Bouillabaisse Day.
Remember to eat it slowly, and watch for bones!
You can make at home, but it can take a long time to prepare it, so you may wish to treat yourself to bouillabaisse in a restaurant tonight.
See also: Bouillabaisse
The first print media mention that CooksInfo is aware of for a Bouillabaisse Day in December dates from 2000 in Utah:
“Holiday highlights the remainder of the month include the ‘Festival for the Soul of Dead Whales’ (Dec. 10), ‘National Bouillabaisse Day’ (Dec. 14), ‘National Roast Suckling Pig Day’ (Dec. 18), and ‘National Whiners Day’ (Dec. 26).” — Nailen, Dan. Culture Vulture. Salt Lake City, Utah: The Salt Lake Tribune. Friday, 1 December 2000. Page B1, col. 1.
Bouillabaisse (Fish Soup) Was Coined Before The 17th Century. Naples, Florida: South Florida Reporter. 14 December 2017. Accessed November 2020 at https://southfloridareporter.com/bouillabaisse-fish-soup-coined-17th-century/
National Bouillabaisse Day. Roodepoort, South Africa: Roodepoort Northsider. 14 December 2017. Accessed November 2020 at https://roodepoortnorthsider.co.za/263751/national-bouillabaisse-day/