Extra Virgin Olive Oil
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Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • Fattoush with Lamb Skewers

    Middle Eastern fresh herb salad with vegetables and toasted pita bread is the setting for these spiced lamb kebabs. Sumac can be purchased from specialty delicatessens and gourmet stores. Serve drizzled with a fresh yogurt and goat cheese dressing.

  • Grilled Corn and Arugula Salad with Smoked Tomato Vinaigrette

    A colorful mélange of summer vegetables with a smoky acidic dressing that will complement many a meal.

  • Watermelon, Arugula, and Herbed Feta Salad

    The sweet and salty combination and mélange of textures makes this unusually satisfying. We also love that it is full of nutrients and takes only minutes to make—what more could we want from a summertime salad?!

  • Farmer’s Market Chopped Salad

    This crunchy salad is a heartier alternative to the usual leafy side dish. It’s a welcome addition to a casual gathering and holds up well on a buffet table.

  • Pan Roasted Corn, Sweet Peppers, and Arugula

    Pan roasting the corn intensifies its flavors and natural sugars. Cook all the vegetables just until they are more brightly colored and crisp-tender—that’s when their flavors will peak.

  • Pan Seared Halibut with Romesco Sauce

    This simple, elegant dish can be on the table in about 20 minutes. The beautiful Romesco sauce, which hails from Spain, is equally delicious on tuna, swordfish, grilled chicken breasts and vegetables. It may be made three to four days in advance and kept refrigerated.

  • Salmon with Asparagus and Blood Oranges

    Acidic and piquant, the dressing on this colorful grilled salmon dish adds a tangy touch to the fish, asparagus and oranges alike. A wonderful main course, it celebrates the asparagus of early spring.

  • Fennel & Citrus Roasted Striped Bass

    Whole fish makes a beautiful presentation—and tastes even better than it looks when stuffed with fresh fennel and herbs and cooked between layers of lemon and orange slices.

  • Crostini with Ricotta, Sugar Snap Peas and Mint

    A mélange of cheese is spread on rustic bread, then sprinkled with a bright green mixture of pea pods and mint creating a savory appetizer of fresh, bright flavors.

  • Asparagus and Pea Risotto

    Risotto is a versatile dish that can accommodate different vegetables according to the season. Here, asparagus and peas represent spring, but in summer it might be zucchini, mushrooms in fall, and root vegetables in winter.

  • Tex-Mex Slaw

    Make this slaw as spicy or mild as you like. To make it one day in advance, simply store the vegetables, tossed together and undressed, covered in the refrigerator. The dressing may also be made the day before and stored separately.

  • Sautéed Summer Squash with Wilted Cherry Tomatoes

    Everything you love about summer vegetables is here in one bowl! Cook the vegetables just until they are crisp-tender for maximum flavor.