Octoman is here!

Our friend Steve is just an all around passionate human being.  His love of life can be contagious if you are in contact with him.  He reinvented himself over the past few years in the food wholesale food industry.  The man loves food.  Here is his latest video as he continues to figure out how to get his product out to the world.  It is a fun watch.

Comments (Archived):

  1. William Mougayar

    I loved the video…and I love eating octopus. (actually, used to catch them in the Mediterranean while growing-up.)They are fickle for cooking, as they easily go from tender to chewy in a couple of minutes if you over-cook them.

    1. stephen fried

      Hey Octoman here. Various ways to cook and prepare Octo. I recommend a slow boil and depending g on the size depends on length of cook time. Then let Octo rest in the water which helps tenderize them more. If u buy a non tenderized Octo u can hit the legs w a meat mallet which helps break down the flesh. U can also roast legs in oven w half cup red wine vngr. The water from the Octo mixes w the vngr and this helps tenderize it as well. I always suggest looking for a pre tenderized product if u can find one. Octoman

      1. William Mougayar

        Thanks Stephen! Is your product available in Toronto?

        1. stephen fried

          No. USA only as of now.

          1. William Mougayar

            It will have to wait for my next NYC trip then.Where would you suggest I can go to sample it?

  2. Susan Rubinsky

    This is fantastic! Want to eat some now.

  3. pointsnfigures

    Love the wood fired calamari and octopus at Santorini in Chicago.