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Assorted Syrian Olives

In the Levant, olives have always been a fundamental element of the landscape and the table. Syria is the original home of the olive tree...

by Poopa Dweck


Lucca-Style Roasted Olives

Preheat the oven to 400°F. Cook the olive oil and garlic cloves in an ovenproof skillet over moderate heat until the cloves begin to s...

by Michael Chiarello


Black Olive Tapenade

Use any good-quality olives from the Mediterranean for this spread. At Graham’s, Geralyn’s restaurant in Saratoga Springs, New York, they...

by Debra Ponzek



Olivada is a glossy and dramatic-looking Italian olive spread akin to tapenade, a glistening deep purple with black and ivory flecks. You...

by Moosewood Collective


Poussin with Olive Puree and Sweet Peppers

Olive puree: Blend the olives, garlic and oil in a food processor until smooth. If too dry, add an additional tablespoon of oil. Reserve...

by Christopher Idone



1 Traditionally, this spread is made with a mortar and pestle, pounding the ingredients until they form a smooth paste. The process ca...

by Georgeanne Brennan


Spaghetti with Romanesco Broccoli and Black Olives

In Italy, cauliflower can be white, purple, or light green. The variety I’ve used here is Romanesco broccoli, but it is actually a green ...

by Viana La Place


Chicken with Olives

To my mind, canned, pitted olives have an unpleasant metallic taste, as well as an unappealing texture. Far better are the olives sold at...

by Kathleen Sloan-McIntosh

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Moroccan Grapefruit and Olive Salad

Here’s a dish that does great service as a light opening course and admirably on the side of things like couscous, paella or lasagna. The...


Mediterranean Olive Relish

Bring your smoker to its appropriate cooking temperature. Arrange the olives in a shallow, smokeproof baking dish or in a piece of ...

by Cheryl Jamison and Bill Jamison


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