For seafood try Clamman in Southhampton, proudly peddling tuna, bass, scallops, and squid all caught by local fishermen.
This bruschetta, topped with squid, tangy goat cheese, fragrant mint, and sweet roasted garlic, is a meal on toast.
Only a portion of the squid remained, and his ink-bag was emptier than ever.
This food is chiefly the squid or Sepia octopus, known also by the name of the cuttle-fish.
When Terry walked over to see his victim at close range, he found the biologists balked by the mere huge size of the squid.
There is squid to follow, and sea urchins and a seaweed salad.
The squid enveloped the jig with its tentacles and would be whisked aboard squirting sepia in protest.
Only a salmon or a squid could have been the teachers of that wondrous learning!
The squid were in the harbour, and the fish were taking the bait in lively fashion.
But squid, squid, everywhere, the most valuable prey of all!
Pressure or coercion: a squeeze play over signing the contract
[1916+; fr earlier baseball sense, tactic involving bunting or hitting the ball softly so that the runner at third base can reach home]