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Divina Cracked Green Olives - 6.14 oz
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These delicious green olives are "cracked" to enhance their flavor - tangy, but with intense, fresh olive fruitiness. Cracked Green Olives come from Agrinion, on the Ionian coast of Greece.

Excellent when served in a lemon-dill marinade, in salads, and in all spicy, full-flavored dishes. Or just eat them as a snack!

 

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Recipes

Marinated Green Olives with Duck Prosciutto
What is more Spanish than the olive? This delightfully simple appetizer is very reminiscent of Spanish-style tapas, small bite-sized portions of savory foods, usually eaten along with a glass of wine. If you purchase good quality olives which have already been marinated, half the work is already done. If you've been extra ambitious, you can use your own Cured Green Olives. But no matter how you prepare the olives, the end result will be wonderful.
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Olive Rosemary Crostini
This is a delicious way to spend a half hour while waiting for dinner. Munch on some delicious crostini - not too filling but with a wonderful variety of flavors that will prime your taste buds for dinner. Perfect with chilled Pinot Grigio.
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Chicken Tajine with Olives and Preserved Lemons
Tajine (or tagine) vies with couscous as Morocco's national dish. Tajine is both the name for a vast number of stew-like dishes and the earthenware utensil in which they are cooked. Fish, chicken, lamb or other meats are simmered with an assortment of vegetables, fruits, olives, lemons, herbs and spices to produce richly fragrant, tart, spicy and sweet flavors. Outside of Morocco, traditional tajine pots are hard to find, but we've found that an ordinary covered pot or casserole will work just fine.
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Orzo with Shrimp, Tomato Sauce, and Feta Cheese
A rustic, comfort food that is easy to prepare and extremely versatile. The hot orzo softens the bits of Feta cheese to a creamy consistency, making the combination especially appealing when served warm. But it's good at room temperature too, for those hot summer days...and nights.

Try substituting goat cheese for Feta, or green olives for the Kalamatas, adjust the amount of chile peppers to suit your taste.

This recipe is adapted from Gourmet Magazine.
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