Cioppino refers to a famous seafood stew from the United States, particularly at San Francisco. Ciopinno is made from different kinds of seafood and edible shells, such as shrimp, clams, mussels, crabs, and any available fish with a broth which is flavored with tomatoes, white wine, garlic and spices and herbs like, chilis and pepper.

Cioppino is often accompanied with a bread when served. It is one of San Francisco's Soul Food and also one of its favorite foods.

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