Category Archives: Seafood

Homemade Soup | Cioppino

Sometimes, soup needs to be experimenting with new flavors. Sometimes, I have no clue on making a certain dish because I’ve never made anything like it before, but would like to give it a go. Such is the case with our next soup this month, called cioppino. I’ve known what cioppino is for a number […]

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Patricia - Such a great recipe and mouthwatering pictures !

Aysegul - I am not big fan of shellfish either. However, with this photography I want to get a spoon and get into my computer screen, 😛
So so well done.

Thalia @ butter and brioche - Your images of these soup are just so evocative and mouthwatering delicious. I never have heard of cioppino before – and after seeing this post, it is something I must make!

linda Osborn - This was so beautifully presented..I ran right out and bought all the ingredients and made it this past weekend. It was surprisingly,not that expensive.The hot crusty bread made it exquisite! (And a wonderful winter meal for a blizzard) it wouldn’t let me rate it 5 stars, maybe cause it was 6.
Thanks Jena and Jim.

Jessie @ Straight to the Hips, Baby - This is a stunning recipe and even more beautiful set of photographs! I’ve always been too intimidated to cook shellfish at home, but goodness, I just want to grab that bowl and slurp away!

10 Crab Recipes - […] Cioppino  {Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free} […]

Black & White Appetizers | Squid Ink Spaghetti with Scallops

Simplicity is a beautiful word.  It can mean so many things to so many people.  Whether your talking about something as complex as your life, or something basic like a spoon.  The word simplicity cuts right to the heart of just about everything beautiful and good.  The simple sight of the first tulip blooming in […]

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Roasted Grape and Wine Goat Cheese Crackers | Wine from Winery of Missouri Peaceful Bend Vineyard - […] month?  Good question!  A major impetus for my choosing ‘simplify’ as my word, was this wonderful blog post on Little Rustic Ladle all about how simple ingredients (and often simple preparation techniques) can create the most […]

Gone Ice Fishin’

As you can imagine, a guy like me, who makes food look “pretty” and writes a food blog, is probably not known for his prowess as a fisherman.  Oh sure, my dad gave me some basics about fishing as a child.  Heck, he even took me out occasionally in the summer at our cabin in […]

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Lovoni Walker - Beautiful pics and a humorous post. Great job!

paul knickelbine - I am Dave’s brother Paul. Also a graphic designer.

I have been ice fishing with Dave multiple times. Bravo on this piece! You guys nailed it.

Great writing and beautiful photography.

(as fun as it looks, I’ll keep California dreaming however)

Annette Peterson - As always, the pictures are so awesome and the writing is spot on! Great job and thanks for sharing. I love your site!

Cathie Knickelbine - Jim & Jena, just have to say what a fun time Dave & I had hosting the big ice fishing weekend! We absolutely enjoyed everything but I especially wanted to comment on the awesome fish fry we were served. That was the best fish fry I’ve had, and the potato pancakes and the broccoli slaw were absolutely amazing! Loved reading about the trip, and the pics are truly awesome!

Mandy @ lady and pups - I think I like… hated you a little after staring uncontrollably at your breath-taking photographs. I still am, actually… can’t stop… damn it… like a moth to the flame…

I hate you. Why do you have to be so good?

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