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The squid story goes back to late summer 1999. I posted for some advice on cooking squid, but instead got some friendly humor instead! And lots and lots of friendly abuse since then. I pursued....and started off with a recipe from "Thrill of the Grill". I was amazed at how this very healthy creature could be made so tender and tasty by cooking at super high temps for a short t ime. I always thought it was supposed to be chewy!![p]Been revamping the recipe, and over the past year or so, I have been cooking them on occasion....and even cooked them at the Eggfest 2000, and was suprised how many people tried it! 15 minutes it was gone. Tonight I tried for the first time on the small egg (and used dill instead of cilantro). With the small egg grate being so close to the coals, these were the best squidlies yet! [p]Yeah, I know many of you won't try it...and don't like squid....but for anyone who even remotely likes squid, put the magic of the egg to work for you, and do some high temp squid! Here is the link to the recipe I posted after the Fest in April....just in case someone would actually try it![p]Yeeee ha!
[ul][li]Let's cook squid!!