Special Price <br> oilladi 750 ml  <br> 2016 Harvest
Special Price
oilladi 750 ml
2016 Harvest
$ 18.00
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Special Price <br> oilladi 500 ml  <br> 2016 Harvest
Special Price
oilladi 500 ml
2016 Harvest
$ 14.00
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Thyme honey
Thyme honey $ 15.50
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Kalamon Olive Spread
Kalamon Olive Spread $ 8.50
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oilladi 500 ml  <br> 2017 Harvest
oilladi 500 ml
2017 Harvest
$ 17.00
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oilladi 750 ml  <br> 2017 Harvest
oilladi 750 ml
2017 Harvest
$ 22.00
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How to Enjoy Kalamon Olive Spread (Tapenade)

May 08, 2018

  This versatile, flavorful spread can be enjoyed in a lot of ways.  (Seriously, google it, you’ll come up with over 650,000 results.) We've narrowed the list down to some of our favorites: spread a little on a slice of baguette add it to hummus and serve with pita, crackers, raw veggies mix it with mayonnaise and use it as a sandwich spread mix it in your favorite pasta, add a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil and some shaved parmesan add a small amount to your avocado toast (a little is all you need) flavor your salad dressing mix it into egg salad and add some chopped chives mix it into marinara sauce for instant Puttanesca  combine it with...

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Chicken and Pasta (the Greek way)

March 23, 2018

Hilopites are small, square shaped egg noodles, especially made in Greece.  The pasta can be made from scratch and the recipe is super easy.  (Find it at the end of this post.)  But you don’t have to do all that... just buy a bag at the nearest Greek grocer.  If there isn't one near you, no problem!  Get some thin or medium width egg noodles, crush them gently while sill in the package or use orzo.  This recipe will work just as well with those substitutions. Ingredients (serves 4) 4 - 6 pieces of chicken (thighs, breast, drumsticks, bone-in or deboned but remember to adjust cooking time for bone-in pieces)  2 - 3 cups hilopites, crushed egg noodles or orzo 14...

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Summer Quinoa Salad

September 03, 2017

Love, love, love this gorgeous salad for its textures, colors and balance of flavors.  The silky/crunchy texture of quinoa, the mellow roasted broccoli florets and summer squash, crunch of red onion and tang of feta.  Like so many of our dishes, it can be made a day ahead and enjoyed as a side dish or a main attraction. Any quinoa will do.  We like the tri-color just for the fun of it.   The recipe we put together includes summer squash, broccoli, red onion and corn but you can use the vegetables you like best (or have on hand).  Peppers, asparagus, green beans, cauliflower, the choices are endless.  Keep it to three or four and throw in some black beans...

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Tourlou - The Greek Ratatouille

September 03, 2017

Ratatouille in French, Tourlou in Greek or Briam in Turkish.  It's a classic, versatile dish that works beautifully as a side dish to a meat or chicken main but can stand alone as the main attraction.  Just add good, crusty bread, feta and olives on the side and you're good to go. Start with onions, garlic and tomatoes and add the veggies of your choice.  The traditional recipe calls for eggplant and zucchini but green beans, artichoke, okra can all be added in or used as a substitute.   Fresh, ripe tomatoes are best but if they're not available, chopped canned tomatoes (without herbs or salt) do a fine job as stand-ins.                ...

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