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Old 12-11-2004, 04:55 PM
Fred
 
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Default Where can I get "nero di seppia"?

Hi all.
I'd like to make either spaghetti or risotto al nero di seppia. Does
anyone know where I can find it? I live in the New York City area and
would love to find fresh cuttlefish with their ink sacks but if I
can't are there any other sources? I've found packs of "tinta de
calamar" on Spanish food websites. Would this be a good substitute?

Thanks.



(my above email address will be active for 1 week or you can answer me here. thanks.)

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Old 12-11-2004, 10:31 PM
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Fred wrote:

I'd like to make either spaghetti or risotto al nero di seppia. Does
anyone know where I can find it? I live in the New York City area and
would love to find fresh cuttlefish with their ink sacks but if I
can't are there any other sources? I've found packs of "tinta de
calamar" on Spanish food websites. Would this be a good substitute?


Yes, they'll do just fine.

Victor
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Fred wrote:

I'd like to make either spaghetti or risotto al nero di seppia. Does
anyone know where I can find it? I live in the New York City area and
would love to find fresh cuttlefish with their ink sacks but if I
can't are there any other sources? I've found packs of "tinta de
calamar" on Spanish food websites. Would this be a good substitute?


Yes, they'll do just fine.

Victor
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Old 12-11-2004, 11:24 PM
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previously in rfc, Fred wrote:

Hi all.
I'd like to make either spaghetti or risotto al nero di seppia. Does
anyone know where I can find it? I live in the New York City area and
would love to find fresh cuttlefish with their ink sacks but if I
can't are there any other sources? I've found packs of "tinta de
calamar" on Spanish food websites. Would this be a good substitute?

Thanks.



Citarella sells fresh cuttlefish - whether or not ink sacks are included
I'm not sure since I've never bought them, but you can call them and find
out. There's a location near me at 75th and 3rd, one on the west side, and
a few others in and around town. The number that I think is for all the
NYC stores is 212-874-0383.

-Claudia


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