noun Italian Cookery.
Origin of calamari
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Contemporary Examples of calamari
The nation that once revered him threatened to chop him up and fry him into calamari.The Amazing Tale of Paul the Psychic Octopus: Germany’s World Cup Soothsayer
July 12, 2014
"Yeah, it is ambitious," Sayles shrugs, picking at a calamari salad with his fingers.John Sayles Declares His Independence
May 9, 2011
One of the most memorable dishes I have had there is Baby calamari filled with calamari ink, fresh chick peas and chorizo.
It is a dish that I love but have never been able to recreate properly because we just cannot get calamari that small over here.
This recipe calls for calamari on the grill, a method that brings out the sweet tenderness of the small cephalopods.What to Eat
August 25, 2009
Word Origin for calamari
1560s, from Italian calamari, from Latin calamarius, literally "pertaining to a pen," from calamus "a writing pen," literally "reed" (see shawm). So called from the cuttlefish's pen-like internal shell and perhaps also from its being full of ink.