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Synonyms for calamari

(Italian cuisine) squid prepared as food

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The Brazilian had the goal at his mercy with the goalie in no man's land, but Calamari fluffed his lines and blasted his shot onto the crossbar from six yards out as the final whistle blew.
I couldn't help but think a warning to him he'd double ordered calamari would have been helpful, but it wasn't the end of the world.
The menu suggests combinations of prawns, mussels, fish and calamari.
My boyfriend's calamari was cooked perfectly, with crisp batter and melt-in-the-mouth calamari rings - but there was an absence of seasoning.
I recommend dipping your calamari rings into the batter and then placing them one or two at a time into the oil using a chopstick or wooden skewer.
Our Recommendations:Portobello mushrooms, Tempura Fried Baby Calamari, Salmon and Avocado Salad, Asian Chicken Fondue
Kane Calamari, vice president of retail operations and new business for Ace Hardware Corp.
The pan-fried calamari impressed upon me that the French have a way with seafood, and the next course of red snapper only reinforced the realisation.
When my wife makes calamari rings at home, they are always rubbery.
Bring to a boil and add the calamari and fish and leave to cook for 5 minutes.
Sales of calamari have tripled in Britain as health-conscious consumers stick to the strict eating regime.
based Tampa Maid offers calamari varieties to fit any foodservice application or pricing requirement.
Ashley fished with a running ledger and whole calamari at the business end, and on only his second drop down he hooked into something that wasn't going to give up easily.
There are three calamari appetizers on the antipasti menu, which further heightened the anticipation of a great meal.
Many patrons were probably getting bored with some of Olive Garden's other appetizers, like Fried Zucchini, Fried Mozzarella, and (fried) Calamari.