Crazy look on your face lololololyou look hungry btw.Good luck going back to work!
Oh gosh! That looks disgusting...octopus is something I don't think I could ever make myself put in my mouth. haha
Really? You chose to eat that?It looks like something Jeff Probst would put in front of the survivors in competition.You are a brave, brave man.
Jaja, pulpito pulpito!
Why are people so grossed out about octopus? If it's prepared right, it can be quite tasty.
Everything about that salad looks wonderful except for the octopus. What on earth possessed you to order that?
Dear Jorge Garcia,Octopi are awesome, especially when deep fried. You know what else is awesome? You and Beth's jack-o-lanterns from last year. Any chance you would be willing to post a Pumpkin Carving Tutorial this year? You know, in all your spare time? I like to plan ahead.Ps-my dog has a crush on your dog.
Ewwwww!Was it slimy?
I had it bbq'd once and that was pretty good.
I love octopus salad - ate it all the time when I was living in Italy. Yummy.
Jorge,Is that not a calamari salad? I realize calamari is a 'squid;'
I think I saw Dave today. He even had his cheesy jokes and creepy smile.
if cooked right it's not that bad..being from texas i like it fried..but then we fry coffee so what do i know..?
Cue retching sound.Wonder how it tastes...
Disgusting. That is all.
I concur. It is chewy. And that second photo is excellent.
Yikes! My mom found an octopus in her seafood chowder one time - freaked her out...
My 15 year old daughter loves octopus. But would gag over the salad. Go figure.
Ah, tako (Octopus in Japanese)! I learned to love it while there, and thought the best way --though not the healthiest way--was quickly deep fried in tempura batter. MMMM!!! My daughters also love it this way. Can't find it like that here in NC. Enjoy!
You know I appreciate that pic because I'm doing the master cleanse and have not really eaten in 4 days... Your picture just helped me go another day! YOU ROCK JORGE!ANY MORE MICHAEL EMERSON PICS?
My kids dig octopus.
I had octopus & calamari in 7th grade. One of the little sucker things got stuck in my teeth. Never forgot the chewiness. That's actually one of the things I miss from the pre-vegetarian days.
Wow, props to you for being so adventurous! I am decidedly NOT.
Oh my God, you ate a piece of Calypso?( from the pirates of the caribbean)
Eeek squirm squirm and more squirm no I could never eat an octopus poor octopus!!
That's really octopus???!! I don't think I could do that...I don't like calamari either. To each their own. :)
Hahaha, your face is priceless.
MMMMMMMM! That looks good!!! Got the recipe? I'd love to see it!!!
I love octopus¡¡ have you tried it with salsa de olivo?? mmm
Jorge!!! You're amazing.Sé que sabes hablar español, así que como mi inglés es difícil de entender, te escribo en mi idioma.Octopus...ja,ja muy buena la entrada.Espero que no te haya importado que te haya escrito!Tú " tío " en la serie, es genial, igual que tú.Lots of love! See ya
Ohhh thx! I prefer a conventional vegetable salad. LOLEnjoy your octopus Jorgeman!=)
The Napa Rose is one of my favorite places to eat at the Disneyland Resort.
I had arroz negro in Spain. I didn't find out until later that it is colored with squid ink. Hmm...it did have small squids in it, but I've never eaten octopus.
Chewy and sorta scary!
oh my goodness no way!
You're gross! That's mean and sick!bad boy!
Two thumbs up for you for being adventurous enough to try it! I am not that brave. :)
Its not cruel because the octopus still has seven more arms/legs?
You sure THAt's safe?
Looks yummy to me.
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That was brave.So love your blog Jorge, thanks for letting us have a peek into your world. :)
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