We go through olive oil in this house in vast quantities. The Olive Orchard is a local importer of olive oils, famed for their Sicilian EV which is the key ingredient in Jeni’s Olive Oil and Sea Salted Pepitas.
I love this set. It’s a really perfect gift: two 250 ml bottles of olive oil (one Greek, one Crete), 2 shallow whiteware dipping bowls and a 1.7 oz tin of Tuscany Blend seasonings in a nice box all ready for easy wrapping (or a well placed bow). These can be purchased online and right now you can even get free shipping on purchases over $50 through Monday.
To win it, in the comments section of this post, tell me your favorite way to use olive oil. The winner will be randomly chosen using Random.org. You have until November 27th at noon EST to get your responses in. And be sure to follow Persephone’s Kitchen on Twitter to be notified when the next giveaway starts. Full giveaway rules can be found here. Good luck!
12 thoughts on “Giveaway of the Day | The Olive Orchard”
I love it simply drizzled on bread or greens, where you can really taste and appreciate the flavor of the oil!
I like mixing mine with my fancy balsamic vinegar to make a tasty salad dressing.
A good quality olive oil is fantastic to use for roasting tomatoes which I toss into my hodgepodge tomato & carrot soup!
Tossed with warm pasta, sauteed garlic and a little Parm.
Use olive oil to toast slivered almonds then add fresh zucchini finish with parley and lemon juice.
ooh, I like that Trish posted one of my faves! 🙂
I love to use olive oil to pop popcorn!
Drizzled on grilled veggies – particularly asparagus. Brushed on some gorgeous toasted bread.
Now I’m hungry!
I use olive oil for cooking most everything. I like highlighting higher quality oils with bread – either included in foccacia or as a dip for other breads.
Congratulations to Nicole! This asking a question about what you all do with olive oil was genius on my part. I’ve got a whole new pile of ideas!
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Woohoo! Thank you!
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