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Synonyms for whelk

a ridge or bump raised on the flesh, as by a lash or blow

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large marine snail much used as food in Europe

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large carnivorous marine gastropods of coastal waters and intertidal regions having a strong snail-like shell

gather whelk

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Most items are sourced from New York's Fulton Fish Market and the selection includes not only the typical lobster, shrimp, tilapia and salmon, but also Italian specialties, such as octopus, scungilli, mussels salad and fruit Dimare (salad of the sea), made with squid, calamari, shrimp, scungilli, octopus, crabmeat, olives, celery, lemon juice, oil and vinegar.
From Abitino's to Zigolini's, from Rose & Joe's to Joe & Pat's, Village Voice food critic Robert Sietsema chomps down on beatific broccoli rabe, succulent scungilli, and the peppiest pizzas in New York.
And in the seafood arena, it's the cioppino that satisfies most, closely followed in gratification by a refreshing, cold, lemony salad of scungilli and calamari ($7.
50) and with scungilli, scallops, shrimp and al dente spaghetti ($12) in an almost perfect seafood pasta plate.
Try the hefty lasagna, or if you are in an experimental mood, the chewy luscious scungilli over linguine - that's octopus and pasta.