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Cioppino Fish Stew, Italian recipe – Gianni’s North Beach

Cioppino Fish Stew, Italian recipe – Gianni’s North Beach

Cioppino Fish Stew, Italian recipe - Gianni's North Beach



20 thoughts on “Cioppino Fish Stew, Italian recipe – Gianni’s North Beach

  1. Lili Monje

    Love ur video. LOL! Classic Italian. I'm native SF & my Nonno was a fisherman many moons ago. We still eat this every year for Christmas Eve. Such an amazing and warm tradition that I was blessed to grow up with!!! <3

  2. Antonio Monteleone

    Hey Johnny, I love your recipes but especially the Chopino recipe. That's going to be my next dish to make for my wife… Thanks for sharing and I hope to see more fish dishes . Best of luck in 2017

  3. TacticalMerk

    Love these guitar songs used in these videos but can't find them anywhere does anyone have an idea?

  4. kodibass

    I love everything you did,, the only thing I do different is I roast the bell peppers,, just makes it so much more flavorful ,,  no big deal,, I do not have available so I use Pollack or cod, or even black cod,, however your pot, is awsum!!!!

  5. BeastMaster228

    May I ask why didnt you put wine or fish stock in with the base? Is it an unnecessary additive?

  6. THE DRUNK COOK

    Beautiful. Love them fishes. Can't help but wonder if the calamari was as tender as when you did them up in flour and hot oil for 60 seconds? I like the tentacles too!

  7. Jose Francisco Medeiros

    Thank you for the Crab Cioppino recipe it looks delicious, I was not aware on the tip on cooking mussels. In Portuguese, it's Feliz Natal.

  8. mondonudo

    Hey Gianni !!! an other Gianni here!!! In Genova we have a traditional fish stew dish called in genoise language CIUPPIN…
    I THINK THIS MUST BE THE REAL ORIGIN OF WHAT YOU CALL CIOPPINO IN FRISCO… HAHAHAH …Ciao Gianni!!!

  9. CitizenCOY

    I will be trying this recipe tomorrow. It looks so delicious! I love that the recipe is simple. some of the others I have seen were very complex and didn't look as appetizing. Thanks!

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