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(I'm not sure what it was really called because I didn't bother trying
to read the Serbian/Montenegran menu.)

Arborio rice with bits of cuttlefish and an ink-based sauce; mostly
black; delicious.

Has anyone ever seen cephalopod ink for retail sale? I'd like to try
cooking with it at home.

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(I'm not sure what it was really called because I didn't bother trying
to read the Serbian/Montenegran menu.)

Arborio rice with bits of cuttlefish and an ink-based sauce; mostly
black; delicious.

Has anyone ever seen cephalopod ink for retail sale? I'd like to try
cooking with it at home.


It generally comes with the beasty, I could be wrong but I cannot imagine
anybody draining them and bottling it.

David


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On 2006-06-12, David Hare-Scott wrote:

Has anyone ever seen cephalopod ink for retail sale? I'd like to try
cooking with it at home.


It generally comes with the beasty, I could be wrong but I cannot imagine
anybody draining them and bottling it.


Which edible cephalopods have it? (It's never been included with any
squid I've bought.)
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(I'm not sure what it was really called because I didn't bother trying
to read the Serbian/Montenegran menu.)

Arborio rice with bits of cuttlefish and an ink-based sauce; mostly
black; delicious.

Has anyone ever seen cephalopod ink for retail sale? I'd like to try
cooking with it at home.


It generally comes with the beasty, I could be wrong but I cannot imagine
anybody draining them and bottling it.


It's sold separately (powdered) in Italy, at the fishmonger's or at
the supermarket.
Even Amazone sells it!
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ance&n=3370831

Nathalie in Switzerland

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(It's never been included with any squid I've bought.)


Sucker!

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On 2006-06-12, Otto Bahn wrote:

Sucker!


Of course the cuttlefish had those.

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http://www.tienda.com/food/seafood2.html?CMP=KNC-Google

also used to make black noodles

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On 2006-06-12, David Hare-Scott wrote:

Has anyone ever seen cephalopod ink for retail sale? I'd like to try
cooking with it at home.


It generally comes with the beasty, I could be wrong but I cannot imagine
anybody draining them and bottling it.


Which edible cephalopods have it? (It's never been included with any
squid I've bought.)



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On 2006-06-12, de wrote:

http://www.tienda.com/food/seafood2.html?CMP=KNC-Google

also used to make black noodles


Encouraging. If "The Best of Spain in America" sells it, I ought to
be able to find it in Yurp.

Thanks.
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(I'm not sure what it was really called because I didn't bother trying
to read the Serbian/Montenegran menu.)

Arborio rice with bits of cuttlefish and an ink-based sauce; mostly
black; delicious.

Has anyone ever seen cephalopod ink for retail sale? I'd like to try
cooking with it at home.


It's called crni rizoto (tserny rizoto) and it's a big favorite along
the eastern Adriatic coast. The ink is found in a small sac in the head
of squid and cuttlefish. You just have to buy whole ones with the head
on. The sacs are easy to see and you can reserve them to add the ink to
the cooking pot. It gives a more iodine-y flavor. It's made in the
usual risotto manner with the ink added to wine and seafood broth as the
cooking liquid. The rice is sauted in olive oil with onions and plenty
of garlic and lemon juice or wine vinegar is usually added.

D.M.
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On 2006-06-12, David Hare-Scott wrote:

Has anyone ever seen cephalopod ink for retail sale? I'd like to try
cooking with it at home.


It generally comes with the beasty, I could be wrong but I cannot

imagine
anybody draining them and bottling it.


Which edible cephalopods have it? (It's never been included with any
squid I've bought.)


You have to get them uncleaned, the ink sack is in the cavity with all the
squishy bits. Squid, octopus and cuttlefish all have it in their natural
state but dependng on how they are caught the supply might be low or
exhausted due to trauma.

David




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On 2006-06-13, David Hare-Scott wrote:

Which edible cephalopods have it? (It's never been included with any
squid I've bought.)


You have to get them uncleaned, the ink sack is in the cavity with all the
squishy bits. Squid, octopus and cuttlefish all have it in their natural
state but dependng on how they are caught the supply might be low or
exhausted due to trauma.


I'd probably have difficulty finding them with it included, so I'll
look for the packaged ink. Thanks for the information.
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David Hare-Scott wrote:
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Which edible cephalopods have it? (It's never been included with any
squid I've bought.)


You have to get them uncleaned, the ink sack is in the cavity with all the
squishy bits. Squid, octopus and cuttlefish all have it in their natural
state but dependng on how they are caught the supply might be low or
exhausted due to trauma.


Now I'm hearing "forty-two pounds of edible cephalopod" repeating in my head.

Dave "a hip-high hip-po-poctopus" DeLaney
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On 2006-06-13, Donald Martinich wrote:

It's called crni rizoto (tserny rizoto) and it's a big favorite along
the eastern Adriatic coast. The ink is found in a small sac in the head
of squid and cuttlefish. You just have to buy whole ones with the head
on. The sacs are easy to see and you can reserve them to add the ink to
the cooking pot. It gives a more iodine-y flavor. It's made in the
usual risotto manner with the ink added to wine and seafood broth as the
cooking liquid. The rice is sauted in olive oil with onions and plenty
of garlic and lemon juice or wine vinegar is usually added.


Thanks for the information. As I said earlier, I think it will be
easier to find packaged ink than squids with intact ink sacs.
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Now I'm hearing "forty-two pounds of edible cephalopod" repeating in my head.


To the tune of "99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall"?

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On 2006-06-13, Kevin S Wilson wrote:
On Tue, 13 Jun 2006 08:30:57 -0400, (David
DeLaney) wrote:

Now I'm hearing "forty-two pounds of edible cephalopod" repeating in my head.


To the tune of "99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall"?


Take one down, squish it around, 41 pounds...


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