- Joined Dec 20, 2008
When I was 16, my Mom and my stepfather took me to the San Francisco annual Boat Show at the Cow Palace (mid 60s), for dinner we went to Jack London Square, there was restaurant on a River Boat. This was the nicest restaurant I had ever been too (we we're dairy farmers visiting the big city), the entree I had was the Seafood Chef's special. It was something like a huge Chicken Pot Pie but instead it was a variety of seafood, dungeness crab, shrimp, pieces of fish, scallops, squid, veggies with the pie crust in a rich thick creamy broth/sauce. To me at that time it was amazing and delicious. About a year later I would eat my first Cioppino and soon after bouillabaisse, but the I have never forgot that Seafood Pot Pie and would love to have it again.