Here's something I've never made before in my kitchen or anywhere else. Arros negre.
It's a paella like rice dish made with squid ink and it's a popular dish from Valencia and Catalan in Spain.
I was so excited when my client gave me a box of this squid ink broth to give it a try. Some people are probably afraid of eating food covered with pure black ink. I'm not one of those people. I love spaghetti al nero di sepia - squid ink pasta for instance. It's so goooood.. and it's fun-ny to eat something that makes your mouth and teeth blackish. It would be a great ice breaker if you are at dinner parties with strangers or even at a first date. And guess what. Squid ink is good for our health according to a few sites including this one. It gets better. It's delicious.
But I would be slightly intimidated if I had to make this with actual squid ink. I'd be afraid of splashing it all over my kitchen. I actually did splash the broth in a box all over the stove and myself. It is indeed 100 percent black.
I highly recommend wear an apron and go slowly when you pour the broth into the pan when you make this dish.
* In case you want to give it a go but have no idea where to go to get a whole squid with ink sack, I'd ask seafood people at nearby grocery stores - the one that actually sells whole fish and shellfish, or simply go online to buy it in a jar or box.