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The popularity of octopus may be fledgling in the U.S., but in countries like Japan and Greece, the octopus has long held a position of seafood glory primarily for its texture. Our writer Jason Kessler contends that we are entering the golden age of sorts.

The popularity of octopus may be fledgling in the U.S., but in countries like Japan and Greece, the octopus has long held a position of seafood glory primarily for its texture. Our writer Jason Kessler contends that we are entering the golden age of sorts.

Give your salad repetoire an upgrade with this octopus-centered recipe. Cherry tomatoes and a watercress vinaigrette execentuate the freshness of the seafood and cannellini beans lend a boost of flavor. If you have trouble finding an octopus in your regular market, head to an Asian supermarket where they’re more readily available.