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March 02, 2012

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Jen Laceda

I didn't know how yummy olives were until my 1st backpacking trip to the south of france, italy and spain! i tasted my first olives in aix-en-provence...and life changed after that!

by the way, i have a new blog, http://tartineandapronstrings.com . hope you can visit me there it’s going to be mainly a food blog with side servings of travel and design! i’m also giving away 2 cookbooks right now.

Judy Witts Francini

how funny- i created a sweet black olive jam years ago when I did a presentation in USA for IACP-- should have"produced" it!!!

AdriBarr

Wow! Thanks, Kathy for some much needed enlightenment! This sounds positively fascinating. I wish I were there to try everything you shot. IT all looks fab. I can't wait until Olivotto hits our shores.

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Very innovative ideas! Here in Istanbul, the chef at Ciya makes candied (in sugar syrup) black olives, tomatoes, black walnuts and quince and serves it as part of a dessert plate. It's very good!

Krista

How very clever!! I love when people find a new twist for familiar ingredients. And what a boon to local olive growers as well. :-) I'm very interested in trying this. :-)

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