Brooklyn's Great Octopus Dealer | I Got a Guy | Bon Appétit

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  • Published on:  Thursday, December 21, 2017
  • Vinnie Cutrone sells tenderized octopus at his seafood market Octopus Garden in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. The holiday season is the busiest for Octopus Garden as the neighborhood's Italian-Americans shop for the annual Feast of the Seven Fishes on Christmas Eve.Cutrone shows Bon Appétit how to tenderize octopus, how to cook octopus, and explains why his Spanish octopus is just as good as - if not better than - lobster.Vito Randazzo, chef and owner of Graziella's, praises Octopus Garden for the tenderness of the octopus he buys from them. Randazzo walks BA through the preparation process for serving the octopus and notes how rare a place like Octopus Garden is in today's marketplace.Still haven’t subscribed to Bon Appetit on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/1TLeyPnABOUT BON APPÉTITCook with confidence using Bon Appetit’s kitchen tips, recipes, videos, and restaurant guides. Stay current on the latest food trends, dining destinations, and hosting ideas. Brooklyn's Great Octopus Dealer | I Got a Guy | Bon Appétit
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  • I didn't know Martin Scorsese was an octopus dealer

  • Tosh T  1 years ago

    Octopus, cuttlefish, squid...all delicious to me. Very underappreciated in the states that's for sure. Excellent episode. 👍

  • Ice Ice  7 months ago

    Trash

  • Aristeo Aguilar  1 years ago

    Tosh T I only went to the beach for a little but where my mom's aunt lives it rains like 3 times a day and there are no other houses in sight and there are fruits everywhere

  • cast rue  1 years ago

    “We put the babies in the microwave” *dude looks like a creep while saying that*

  • darkfire1357912  1 years ago

    I was wondering if anybody noticed that LOL

  • Kendrick Kelly  1 years ago

    If you order grilled octopus and it's rubbery, for god's sake send it back and ask them to prepare another order properly. Grilled octopus with a nice char on it is incredible.

  • Drunken Whaler  1 years ago

    Implying that if they couldn't get it right the first time, they'll do it right when you ask them.

  • jiwon park  1 years ago

    Vinnie?

  • bobo  1 years ago

    Vinchenzoooooo. Now we know what he looks like 😂😂

  • amakeleven  1 years ago

    We just need an episode with Vinnie cooking...

  • 537CH  1 years ago

    Now I'm craving takoyaki

  • mrTabascohot  1 years ago

    I clicked on the thumbnail thinking how the hell did they get Elton John to make Octopus

  • EHz Colorado  1 years ago

    I remember growing up in New York my neighborhood had a proper fish monger shop, a butcher shop, a real deli, et., that has been lost to a great extent and certainly now the prices on specialty shops are by necessity much higher than they were back then. A lost cultural way of life.

  • MisterZ3r0  1 years ago

    They are still around but in the ethnic neighborhoods. The problem is that white people are too intimidated to visit.

  • rem tromol  1 years ago

    finally, bon appetit camera guy vinny is revealed

  • Spider  1 years ago

    I love octopus, it's very mild and not really fishy at all. I lean just look at the size of the tentacles. That's a nice chunk of meat.