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OLIVE OIL COCKTAILS!! The New Happy Hour Trend

6 February 2018|News|

Yes, you can dose your drinks with olive oil. This is a practice that’s been whispered and employed in the more experimental corners of mixology over the past few years. Drinks luminary Eben Freeman has dabbled in it. Marvel Bar


15 October 2017|News|

New research suggests that extra-virgin olive oil - a key component of the Mediterranean diet - may protect the brain from Alzheimer's disease symptoms. Mouse experiments revealed changes in both cognitive performance and the appearance of nerve cells. olive oil

SOMM for EVOO! Become an Expert in Olive Oil Tasting!

22 September 2017|News|

The Olive Oil Program at the International Culinary Center will hold its six-day, two-level olive oil sommelier certification course at the school’s Campbell, California campus October 2, said Curtis Cord, the publisher of Olive Oil Times and the program’s executive

Bruschetta, still a classic!

18 May 2017|Recipes|

Tomato Bruschetta, with a drizzle of Asaro EVOO is a sure fire winner!   The bread used for bruschette is perfect as space fillers in the grill rack while waiting for the meat or fish to cook. You can have the

Health Benefits of Olive Oil

14 October 2016|News|

“Olive Oil as Medicine” published by the University of California at Davis Olive Center recommends consumption of extra virgin olive oil to lower high blood pressure. The first report, published in March 2015, looked at the impact of EVOO on blood

The Organic Advantage

5 June 2016|News|

The European Union's study on organic eating found that organic fruit and vegetables have up to 50% more antioxidants, which scientists believe can cut the risk of cancer and heart disease. They have also more vitamins and minerals such as

Enjoying Castelvetrano Olives

10 February 2016|News|

"Have you ever tried Castelvetrano olives? We first had a sample at a farmers market. They were giant olives, bright green, with a crunchy bite and a clean, fruity flavor that actually - get this! - tasted like olive oil.

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