During this week's SF Chefs 2010, chef Matt Accarrino demonstrated how to make squid ink pasta. Many Italian restaurants serve pasta made with squid ink, which has a blue-black tint. In addition to being a natural way to color foods, the cephalopod's ink also lends dishes a distinctively briny flavor. Do squid ink dishes creep you out, or are you a fan?
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