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85 SEARCH RESULTS FOR: olives
01.  OLIVES-SUPERFOOD & PANTRY WORKHORSE
Like so many around the world, I’m sheltering from this pandemic at home and cooking simple meals that nourish me and my family, physically and emotionally. I’m visiting my cupboards frequently as we make fewer trips to the store, and I’m reminded of what a powerful culinary tool a well-stocked pantry can be. Today, I wanted to focus on one transformative ingredient, both in terms of flavor and nutrition—olives.
02.  Olives in Greek Cooking
Greeks say “I ate bread and olives with him,” to denote an act of friendship. The olive branch is the universal symbol of peace. Like no other fruit, the olive is responsible for shaping an entire civilization. Its history is long and illustrious, and the legends surrounding it are rich and splendid. Mostly, though, literature and myth occupy themselves with ...
03.  Warm Orzo Pilaf with Broccoli, Olives, Ouzo, Halloumi & Pistachios
  Orzo, called kritharaki in Greece, is the stuff of comfort food and often baked with tomatoey chicken and/or lamb. This Greek recipe for orzo pilaf is a vegetarian’s dream, packed with healthful vegetables and a great example of green Mediterranean diet cooking. The halloumi cheese adds a special twist.
04.  Cinnamon-scented Cauliflower Stew with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Olives
  Cauliflower is one of those vegetables that incite either ire or awe. I choose the latter and I hope this Greek recipe for cauliflower stew will convince you that there’s more to this cruciferous vegetable than meets the eye. Cauliflower contains all sorts of good nutrients, from a hefty dose of vitamins A and C to potassium, phosphorous and ...
05.  Easy Pasta with Tomatoes, Olives, Capers and Anchovies
This easy Greek recipe for pasta is a great weeknight fast meal. Kalamata olives, Santorini capers, and great extra virgin Greek olive oil make this even more delicious.
06.  Baked Pasta with Sun-Dried Tomatoes & Olives
  Pasta pies, a fun Greek recipe category, come in many shapes and sizes, and are filled with everything from aromatic ground meat to seafood and vegetables. The most classic, one could say, is traditional Greek pastitsio. This Greek recipe for baked pasta is an easy weekend treat that young and old will love and vegetarians will adore!
07.  Arugula Salad with Dried Figs, Wrinkled Olives and Pasteli
  This is not a salad my grandmother would have ever dreamed of making! Arugula, called roka in Greek, is a favorite leafy green and is especially pungent and peppery when cultivated in the sunny dry climate that is Greece. This recipe is adapted from my latest book, My Greek Table, Authentic Flavors and Modern Home Cooking from My Kitchen to Yours .
08.  Roasted Chicken Stuffed with Figs and Olives
  The fig and the olive are a relatively new match for two of the oldest Mediterranean foods. Mastiha (mastic) infuses the stuffing as it bakes and adds one more undertone to this rich, flavorful, but simple chicken dish.
09.  21 Reasons to Love Olives
O, Olive, How Do I Love Thee? Let me Count the Ways! 21 reasons to love one of the world’s oldest foods.   O, olive, I love thee for your ancient wisdom and because you’re one of the oldest continuously savored foods in the world. O, olive, I love thee because the Mediterranean Diet wouldn’t be the same without you. ...
10.  Grilled Salmon with Fresh Tomato Sauce and Olives
Salmon grilled to perfection, with a Greek touch to it: olives and tomato sauce!