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December 26, 2008
Friday Squid Blogging: Me Eating Squid
Me eating grilled squid in Wuxi, China, earlier this month.
Posted on December 26, 2008 at 4:08 PM
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Well, how did it taste?
And were you a little worried by the cook wearing a protective mask?
Every Korean food grocery has dried squid. You sear it over an open flame. It's tough but tastes somewhat like bacon. I like it this way much better than calamari.
Another one to add to the Bruce Schneier Facts:
Bruce Schneier eats the heads of Great Old Ones.
Don't worry about the mask - it's more about air pollution than anything else. China's power supply comes from burning coal, and the smog is so bad you can almost see it from orbit.
But yes, how did it taste like?
(PS: Happy -- and secure -- year 2009, everyone.)
Yeah, I once had to drop out of a silly food contest where people were making up ridiculous dishes, because someone said, "squid on a stick," and I've had squid saté in Bangkok . . .
Bruce IS a Great Old One; he's just getting rid of the competition!
BUT where is the photo of you actually incising and masticating the great beast from the depths?? *That* constitutes eating, these photos are just drool shots ;-)
@ Henry the Horse,
"actually incising and masticating the great beast from the depths??... ...are just drool shots"
With comments like that, this blog is going to get found on some more questionable (ie low costume budget production) searchs ;)
That looks *really* good. Have you considered trying out live baby octopus next time you are in Korea? :)
Wow that makes me hungry!
I'm off for lunch, although no grilled squid easily available in New Hampshire :(
WTF? Bruce Schneier in China (?) Ou ou ou ;-)
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