Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Tapenade Swirl with O Olive Oil Discount for ALL!


Thank everyone for the tremendous response to our "Rites of Spring" Extravaganza!

It was very exciting to see all of the entrants, as well as read over their glowing recommendations for O Olive Oil, their artisan Vinegars and the quality of service received.  It was equally gratifying to read over the comments that the company made in emails to me as well as their FaceBook page (a great place to catch up on recipes using their products as well as future sales).

They were thrilled with the response.  So much so that they have hinted at another contest later in the year, and have allowed us a special discount just for readers of eRecipeCards.com!

It's very easy to take advantage of the offer... just head over to their website...
Once there, look over all of their products (me, I am in love with their white Balsamic Vinegar and their O Fig Balsamic (A Finalist for Outstanding Vinegar of 2012 at The National Association of Specialty Food sofi Awards).  Then select a few you would like to purchase and during the check out procedure, simply add the code
E-RECIPE 
on the checkout page and you will receive your discount!


One of their newest products is a set of Tapenades.  Those are a natural additional product for an olive oil company.  Tapenades are a spread made from minced olives.  O Olive Oil selected three of their pressed citrus oils as flavoring for their new tapenade line... Blood Orange, Meyer Lemon and Jalapeno Lime!


Me, I was very excited to give their Blood Orange Kalamata Olives & Capers a try.

Making a swirl bread is very easy.  I made my ENG BREAD recipe.  Eng Bread is my version of a sweet French bread, very versatile, easy to make and versatile.

I was making some slider buns for chicken salad sandwiches and decided to save about 1/4th of the recipe for a loaf of Tapenade swirl bread...

Simple enough, spread out the bread into a flat (about 1/2 inch) rectangle.
Spread the Olive tapenade
Roll up the bread into a tube
Bake at 375 for 12 minutes
Enjoy!



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