calamari calamari  /kɑ lɑ ˈmɑ ri/


  • (n) (Italian cuisine) squid prepared as food



  1. I liked sardines and squid and eating calamari with your fingers and anything with anchovies, anything with garlic and oil.
  2. Start with a Provenal tapas of calamari with a puree of garlic, cream and bell pepper before moving on to an entre of farm pigeon, grilled Lao-style.
  3. I eat calamari, tuna, pineapple pizza, and tomatoes.


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  1. "We had a great time," center Jeff Saturday said. "The food was unbelievable. They just kept bringing food, from calamari to meatballs, salad, Philly cheesesteaks, some lobster tempura with spinach over it -- and then a great cake to wind it...
    on Jan 31, 2007 By: Jeff Saturday Source:

  2. "The place didn't even have a menu so that should give you some idea of what it cost. Seven courses -- meatballs, calamari, pasta, Philly cheesesteaks even -- and the guardian angel picked up the bill. Not bad," Lilja said, "considering how...
    on Jan 31, 2007 By: Ryan Lilja Source:

  3. "There's nothing like a big calamari at the table. He's very tasty, I believe," Bloom said.
    on May 23, 2007 By: Orlando Bloom Source: News24

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