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Squid is eaten in many cuisines; in English, the culinary name calamari is often used for squid dishes from the Mediterranean, notably fried squid (fried calamari). There are many ways to prepare and cook squid, with every country and region having its own recipes. Fried squid appears in Mediterranean cuisine. In Lebanon, Syria and Armenia, it is served with a tarator sauce. In New Zealand, Australia and South Africa, it is sold in fish and chip shops. In North America, it is a staple in seafood restaurants. In Britain it can be found in Mediterranean 'calamari' or Asian 'salt and pepper fried squid' forms in all kinds of establishments, often served as a bar snack, street food or starter.
Squid can be prepared for consumption in other ways. In Korea it is sometimes served raw, and elsewhere it is used as sushi, sashimi and tempura items, grilled, stuffed, covered in batter, stewed in gravy and served in stir-fries, rice, and noodle dishes. Dried shredded squid is a common snack in some Asian countries, including Japan and China.
I've been on a bit of a dietary/recipe change kick, as part of a health revamp that started about a year ago, so experimenting with new dishes, etc. We, live in the sticks, and order a ton of things online. Sources locally are either pretty crap (e.g., supermarket) or require a trip to the...
Howdy all. I read about the sport of fishing for squid here, and more so up in Washington state. I enjoy calamari in many forms and we cook dishes with said at times. Anyway, this looks like it might be a fun sport, when time allows, and could provide some additional delicious victuals...