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A Celebration of Olive Oil

Olive oils are produced from many types of olives, in varying locations around the world. For a very enjoyable way to understand the different tastes and nuances of  olive oil, here’s a suggestion:

In lieu of the popular hostess gift of wine, request  guests to  bring a bottle of unique olive oil. As an appetizer course, prepare boiled chunks of potatoes and drain. Put warm potatoes in a serving plate alongside individual bowls of these various olive oils.  Place the bottle alongside each dipping bowl of oil.  Of course, KosherEye suggests that a glass of wine is always appropriate at an olive oil tasting!

tip from Chef Giuliano and Lael Hazan

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