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Articles about squid

Lifestyle
by yummy-treasures
7 years ago
How to Make Hot Butter Squid (Recipe for Batter Fried Squid and Cuttlefish)

Recipe for hot butter squid that can also be made with cuttlefish. Easy step by step instruction with pictures of the dish that I made at home

Sports
by smp03
9 years ago
How To Catch Calamari

Squid are good fun to catch and taset great.

Lifestyle
by Dr_E
9 years ago
Cooking Calamari, Squid or Cuttlefish Recipes

Learn how to clean and cook calamari, squid, cuttlefish and shrimp recipes

Lifestyle
by javrsmith
9 years ago
Squidoo Purple Star Award

The Squidoo social media web site contains a collection of articles which are called "lenses". There is a weekly awarding of "Purple Stars" to those lenses which have been designated as the best on Squidoo. The award is added to the author's list of Squidoo trophies. Since it is...

Lifestyle
by smp03
9 years ago
How To Cook Squid Rings (Calamari Rings)

Squid rings, or Calamari rings, are one of the simplest ways to cook the humble squid and also one of the tastiest.

Technology
by simon
8 years ago
Weird Sea Creatures: 9 Bizarre Animals of the Deep

What lurks in the depths of the ocean? Creepy creatures, that’s what. Millions of them. Researchers say there could be as many as 10 million species in the sea, and considering we’ve only explored 5% of the ocean, we really have no idea of what’s creeping around on the ocean floor. 

Technology
by javrsmith
9 years ago
How to Squidoo

Squidoo is another site that can be very useful for Infobarrel authors. You write lenses, (articles), which are well ranked and which you may place links to your Infobarrel content. There is a vibrant community of users who are active on Squidoo.

Business & Money
by skeffling
8 years ago
Always do these 10 Things to Write Successful Articles on Squidoo

Fix up existing articles or give a new article a good chance at earning well by faithfully doing these steps. I am still learning a lot on Squidoo and don't know half the tools that are out there, but these are working for me now and I want to share them. I have made Amazon sales and attribute every one to the steps in this article.

by Everyday-Expert
9 years ago
Top Five Lures For Albacore

Which lures work best for albacore? Read this article to find out now!

Lifestyle
by Chedie
5 years ago
Different Adobo Recipes for Christmas

Adobo is the unofficial national dish of the Philippines. It has a distinct rich flavor with fragrant aroma and tastes even better after a day or 2. For its ingredients flexibility, easy cooking procedure, worldwide recognition and long shelf-life, this is one dish you want to include to your christmas feast. Enjoy!

by javrsmith
9 years ago
How to Backlink an Infobarrel Article

Infobarrel articles can really benefit from backlinks established at other sites. Sites like Squidoo offer good platforms that you can use to write more content that references your new Infobarrel work.

Pets & Animals
by Amerowolf
6 years ago
Dangers of the Deep - 8 of the Most Terrifying Creatures at the Bottom of the Sea

While many believe there is little left to discover on Earth now that we have sired continents and split them into nations, discovered small islands and given them names, and talked with the indigenous tribes that still dwell deep in the forests in some parts of the world. However, there is still a world to explore! It just happens to lie underwater. While 12 men have been to the moon, that lies roughly 250,000 miles away, only two have been ALMOST to the bottom of the sea. The deepest part of the ocean lies in the Marianas Trench which is roughly 36,000 feet or 7 miles deep. Jacques Piccard and James Cameron made it to 35,000 feet in their manned vessels, yet no one has been to that 36,000 feet mark. Humanity has the technology to make it to the moon, yet only about 5% of the ocean has been explored. Since the pressure is so intense and the bottom of the ocean is soul crushingly black, humanity doesn't know everything that is down there. However, what we do know is down there is just terrifying. 

Business & Money
by DebW07
5 years ago
The Online Giant Squid Becomes 'Hub' Sushi: Squidoo Lenses Turn Into Hubs

Hub Sushi is the foul smelling squid dish that leaves a bad taste in your mouth, so why were Squidoo writers asked to swallow it?

Technology
by javrsmith
8 years ago
Squidoo for Beginners

Infobarrel authors may want to consider using Squidoo to complement their portfolio. The site is highly ranked by Google and has a large number of hosted articles. There are many modules available, allowing you to build an article relatively quickly.

Environment
by Imprimatur
7 years ago
Weird Wacky Animal World

Some animals are so crazy, they can just blow your mind, others do very strange things. Welcome to a weird and wacky tour where you will meet some animal oddities and curiosities.

Lifestyle
by Athena
9 years ago
How To Grill Seafood To Bring Out the Best Flavor

Here are some tips that should describe in detail the best way of cooking and grilling seafood.

Lifestyle
by Corey Bentley
8 years ago
Best Fish And Shellfish To Make Fresh Pasta

Pasta sauces made with fish or shellfish are quick and delicious. Fresh seafood is often the main ingredient, but there are a few other staples that are used over and over again.

Anchovies (Acciughe)

The best anchovies are the salted ones that are packed...

Technology
by javrsmith
5 years ago
The Collapse of Squidoo

Squidoo, once a very large library of published content, announced the end of the platform in August 2014. Member authors will have some of their work transferred to a new site.

Technology
by Lithium77
7 years ago
Whales: The Giants of the Ocean

A look at the giant beast of the ocean, the whale.

Technology
by javrsmith
5 years ago
HubPages Review - After Squidoo Migration

HubPages has taken over the content from Squidoo. This is a review of the new site after a couple of months.

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