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Shaved Artichoke and Parmesan Salad

May 16, 2013
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Now that we are finally well into Spring, it is time to play around with the delicious veggies of the season where in many areas of the Mediterranean, it is the season of the artichoke. One will find it in an assortment of dishes, but one of our favorites – and simplest – is shaved […]

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Introducing Amoris Extra Virgin Olive Oils

May 3, 2013
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We’ve scoured the globe searching for some of the finest oils from the most dedicated producers to launch our very own line of premium extra virgin olive oils, “Amoris”. Each oil represents the best each region has to offer: a wonderfully green-grassy Koroneiki from Crete, an amazingly fruity Coratina, Peranzana blend from Puglia, a harmonious […]

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Olive Oils Earn Top Honors at New York Competition

April 30, 2013
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Great news from the East Coast! We’re proud to announce that ten of our featured extra virgin olive oils earned top honors at the first annual New York International Olive Oil Competition held at The International Culinary Center in New York City (April 16-18). Organized by Curtis Cord of The Olive Oil Times, the competition […]

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Pan Tumaca con Jamón

April 25, 2013
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While traversing through the south of Spain last harvest season, one of our favorite local dishes of which we never tired was the pan tumaca con jamón. Originating in the Catalonian region of Spain, pan tumaca is now regularly enjoyed throughout the country, most often for breakfast. We were first introduced to this typical breakfast at the […]

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Spinach Lentil Soup

April 4, 2013
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With Spring still struggling to make its appearance and cold temperatures hanging on until the bitter end, why not keep warm with a healthy bowl of spinach lentil soup in the meantime? Quick and easy to make and with a little kick of Cayenne, this soup is sure to warm you up on these all-too-chilly […]

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Olive Oil Honey Glazed Ham

March 25, 2013
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With the holidays fast-approaching, many of you are finding yourselves scrambling to plan the perfect meal for family and friends. For those of you dreaming of enjoying a succulent roasted ham this holiday, try a rub of flavorful extra virgin olive oil, garlic and rosemary with a succulent glaze of honey and whole-grain mustard.  The […]

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Greek Boureki

March 14, 2013
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With the days getting longer and temperatures creeping back up, we’re beginning to crave the foods of the season ahead. A staple dish in Greece, Boureki is typically made in the summertime when there is an abundance of garden vegetables and fresh herbs, but can easily be enjoyed year-round. Different versions of this recipe can […]

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Hearty Olive Oil Granola

March 6, 2013
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Most recipes for granola call for vegetable oil, which can easily be replaced by a good extra virgin olive oil.  We used a gorgeously fruity Sicilian oil from Basirico to complement the sweetness of the granola. Of course many variations can be made to this recipe by playing around with various types of dried fruit, […]

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Debunking The Olive Oil Fridge Test

February 27, 2013
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Like many of you out there, we are well aware of the misinformation that was told to viewers of the Dr. Oz show during a recent segment about food fraud regarding the olive oil fridge test.  Dr. Oz instructs the viewers to test the quality of their extra virgin olive oil by placing it in […]

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Producer Feature: Castillo de Canena

February 21, 2013
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Perched at the peak of the small village of Canena in Northern Andalusia sits the castle of Castillo de Canena for which it gets its name. The drive up to the castle is a short but winding one through narrow village streets, lined by red-roofed homes on either side, and is the last stop on […]

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