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PONS Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil - 16 oz
Item #: OLO302
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Country of Origin: Spain

Very like the PONS Unfiltered Early Harvest Olive Oil, PONS Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a superior oil full of rich flavor.

This oil is certified Organic by the CCPAE and each bottle is numbered. It has been made exclusively from olives produced without the use of any chemicals or pesticides.

 

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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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Morel Ravioli
Second Runner Up, Earthy Delights 2009 Morel Recipe Contest

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White Truffle Cream 1
A simple to make sauce for pasta, vegetables or seafood. It'll will turn a regular dish into something extraordinary.
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Mushroom Bolognese
A classic Bolognese sauce is one of the big, heavy sauces, filled with meat. It is a long-cooking sauce that needs a slow simmering to tenderize the meat and transfer the flavor to the sauce.

This version, however, using mushrooms, cooks in less than a third of the time without compromising the intense flavor. You can be creative and use any mushrooms you wish, especially the ones you pick yourself!
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Spaghetti alla Spolentina
Have you ever cooked with truffle oil? It imparts the most wonderful flavor to everything it comes into contact with. Be sure when using it that you don't cook it. It can be warmed, but the flavor will diminish if it is exposed to high temperatures. Try a splash of it on pasta dishes, or add some to your favorite risotto. It's wonderful in eggs and adds depth, interest, and a delicious flavor to vegetable dishes.

The truffle oil in this recipe turns a simple pasta dish into a masterpiece!
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Spaghetti with Ramps
For those who love ramps, this is comfort food at its very best. Fast, easy and exotic. Frozen ramp bulbs can be used if fresh are out of season. Just thaw and blanch and continue with the recipe. Any pasta will do.
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Sweet and Smoky Deviled Ham
While some form of minced ham has probably been around for hundreds of years, the term "deviled ham" as we now know it, first came about when the Underwood Company started experimenting with spiced ham recipes around 1868. Soon, they received a patent on their now-famous little red devil logo and began producing deviled ham in the familiar small cans. It quickly caught on and home cooks were soon making their own versions of the stuff.

Here's a recipe with some attitude - full of intriguingly smokey, slightly sweet, seriously spicy flavor!
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Veal with Eggplant, Truffles & Oyster Sauce
Eggplant and oyster sauce are frequently featured together in many Asian recipes. Since the slightly sweet, mild flavor and tender texture of veal and eggplant seem to go together naturally, we couldn't help but combine them and then take things a step further by adding a little truffle to the mix.

By the way, this version of "East meets West" just happens to be utterly delicious.
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Chilled Cream of Ramps and Watercress Soup
A chilled, lovely, delicate soup perfect for an elegant luncheon or an informal dinner. The wild ramps add a note of mystery.
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Gazpacho Córdoba Style
A classic Cordoba style gazpacho, which includes bread as an ingredient. Very refreshing and satisfying. The sherry vinegar adds an interesting dimension.
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Couscous Salad with Spinach, Artichokes & Olives
Israeli couscous has a mellow, neutral flavor that blends wonderfully with many different ingredients. Israeli Couscous is made from hard wheat and water, just like regular pasta. But here's the difference: instead of being dried, Israeli Couscous is toasted in an open flame oven, giving it a rich, nutty flavor. The resulting small round pasta readily absorbs flavors while remaining pleasantly firm in texture. Sauces & seasonings easily cling to the surface of each pearl-shaped piece. Israeli couscous is sodium free, saturated fat free and 100% Natural.

In this salad it adds texture and a background to the spinach, olives, lemon, and artichoke. This also makes an exotic light luncheon, especially if served with crusty bread and fresh fruit. This salad serves six, and is reprinted with permission from "Charlie Trotter Cooks at Home" published by Ten Speed Press.
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