Fall Recipe: Greg Ford’s Bayou Cioppino

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Initially intended as a gift to his newly wed son, Greg Ford’s collection of his own recipes and of those passed on by family and friends went on to become the book “No Girls Allowed.”

The Bay Area of California has been Greg’s hometown since he was born until he got to raise his own family. Then Greg, together with the family, lived for 6 years each in Austin, Texas and Delray Beach, Florida where he was exposed to different food culture that truly inspired his passion in writing recipes.

Greg and his wife resides now in Eagle Mountain, Utah. Together they had five married children who blessed them with twenty-three grandchildren.

Greg Ford's No Girls Allowed Cookbook

 

 

When asked what he can say about Fall cooking in general, he responds with, “I love cooking in the fall. People are ready to eat, and can take the time to enjoy great food.”

Greg Ford shared his recipe for Bayou Cioppino, a perfect dish to break the autumn chill with its heat and play on the flavors of the sea.

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A chef by profession, a foodie at heart. He's been passionate about food and cooking since he was young. He is the online Community Manager of FriendsEAT.
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