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.

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  • Carter P
    Carter P  7 days ago

    Love this series!!!

  • Aidan Woodford
    Aidan Woodford  9 months ago

    I know the Calabrians and Sicilians have a feud, but what about these guys?

  • Isa Poo
    Isa Poo  9 months ago

    Octopus left the chat 😢

  • Korean Cuisine
    Korean Cuisine  11 months ago +1

    The octopus on the video seems fat compared to Korean octopus. Octopus is really good seafood. Boiling before grilling octopus seems really good way of cooking. In Korea, we boil octopus and eat live octopus while it moves.

  • sarah
    sarah  a years ago +1

    I’ve only ever had octopus in takoyaki in Japan, but now I want to try it in different varieties!!

  • Whathellllll
    Whathellllll  a years ago

    So this guys imports octopus from Europe, did I understand right?

  • MisterZ3r0
    MisterZ3r0  a years ago

    Beautiful animals. Very intelligent. And also very delicious. I hope we don't overfish these wonderful creatures.

  • Faye Pantoja
    Faye Pantoja  a years ago

    No thanks I better eat pizza I don't eat fish foods at all sorry?

  • Brutus B. Martins
    Brutus B. Martins  a years ago

    Those are some big suckers. Pun intended.

  • Go Ham
    Go Ham  a years ago +1

    LOL BABIES IN THE MICROWAVE IM DEAD THANKS VINNIE

  • Vicky Vonstein
    Vicky Vonstein  a years ago

    deport these greasy wops ASAP.

  • Lil Tic tac
    Lil Tic tac  a years ago

    Go to Walmart or publix were im from

  • Kritacul
    Kritacul  a years ago +2

    You can’t make seafood pasta without octopus.

  • Be sure ring Shaw
    Be sure ring Shaw  a years ago

    It's not hard to tenderise, marinate it in kiwi fruit 🥝 which breaks it down, rinse and cook

  • FunkyDoolittle
    FunkyDoolittle  a years ago

    that being said its quite sad how an octupus gets killed like its a baby seal...

  • FunkyDoolittle
    FunkyDoolittle  a years ago +1

    I enjoy eating octopus especially Takoyaki in Japan but I hate seeing the tentacles especially baby octopus sometimes they eat them still with the muscles alive...also if I eat octopus I want to be blended with my other food so I don't have to see it...just taste it

  • Isaiaheltrapo
    Isaiaheltrapo  a years ago

    Amazing dude, amazing passion

  • jeremiah nelsen
    jeremiah nelsen  a years ago

    octopus keleguan is the best

  • katastrofskyy
    katastrofskyy  a years ago

    Octopuses are incredibly intelligent, and one of the smartest invertebrates in the world. Octopuses have displayed the ability to use both short and long term memory. Octopuses have a very complicated nervous system, two thirds of which is located in the nerve cords of it’s arms, which have limited functional autonomy.

  • Annoying Anomaly
    Annoying Anomaly  a years ago +2

    Octopus in the microwave? it actually looks good but dang i wonder how many gross mess ups they went through to get it right.