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Old 11-01-2012, 03:09 PM   #1
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Olive Sauce TNT

In a Bowl whisk together 1/2 cp finely chopped black olives, or jarred olive paste.1 clove of garlic mooshed with the side of your knife, 1 tab. fresh snipped rosemary,1/2 cup evoo,,1-2 tab. balsamic vinegar. If your sauce is to thick thin with a little ore evoo. Let stand at room temp 1 hour or more. then remove the mooshed garlic clove. Now serve with crostini or over grilled meat it's great over roast beef tenderloin or as a dip for bread or focaccia. If you have a jar of olive paste that can be used here.My Cade love to tear off pieces of warm french bread and dunk it in this he can eat almost a whole loaf of baguette warmed and tender. Yummming all the way.
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Old 11-02-2012, 02:54 AM   #2
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Sounds lovely Kades :) don't want to remove the garlic though, I love garlic! Think I'll use garlic paste for extra garlic flavour yum!
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Yum, does sound good!
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Old 11-02-2012, 07:35 AM   #4
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Same as Odette about garlic, and I'll try some wine vinegar instead of balsamic. So Kades, you fixed my dinner: toasted bread with olive cream, and a herbs frittata! Dessert is already ok, a friend of mine gave me a gorgeus hazelnut cake... Apart the attempt I made to choke myself with the crumbles, it's very good.
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Old 11-02-2012, 05:07 PM   #5
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Sounds lovely Kades :) don't want to remove the garlic though, I love garlic! Think I'll use garlic paste for extra garlic flavour yum!
I leave it in there too. I'm a garlic lover as well.
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Same as Odette about garlic, and I'll try some wine vinegar instead of balsamic. So Kades, you fixed my dinner: toasted bread with olive cream, and a herbs frittata! Dessert is already ok, a friend of mine gave me a gorgeus hazelnut cake... Apart the attempt I made to choke myself with the crumbles, it's very good.
I think the 3 of us will always have much in common. I love garlic,evoo, fresh herbs,pasta a little of each each day and life is rosey.Balsamic is fine but I have a jug of red wine vinegar my hubby's late cousin gave us.It is so good I need to add to it to keep it going tho. I'd be so unhappy were it to not be continued.Glad I got your dinner going
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I think the 3 of us will always have much in common. I love garlic,evoo, fresh herbs,pasta a little of each each day and life is rosey.Balsamic is fine but I have a jug of red wine vinegar my hubby's late cousin gave us.It is so good I need to add to it to keep it going tho. I'd be so unhappy were it to not be continued.Glad I got your dinner going
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I leave it in there too. I'm a garlic lover as well.
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Me too...I adore garlic
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Me too...I adore garlic
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