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Enjoy Balsamic Raspberry Chicken!

The perfect combination of savory and sweet, this recipe uses raspberry preserves with boneless chicken breasts and Flying Olive Cascadian Wild Raspberry (White) Balsamic Vinegar.

Whether you're roasting, baking or grilling, this recipe brings new meaning to "a tasty chicken breast".

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The Taste of Fresh Raspberries!

Rich, thick, and perfectly balanced, Flying Olive (Dark) Raspberry Balsamic Vinegar has the natural flavor of fresh, ripe raspberries.  One of our customers' favorites, it has a slightly tart, fresh raspberry taste. It complements vegetables, fruit, salads, pork, and poultry. 

Perfect tossed with mixed salad greens and a little feta cheese. Add a few fresh raspberries for extra flavor...

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Celebrating The Taste of Raspberries!!

Our newest balsamic vinegar, Cascadian Wild Raspberry (White) Balsamic has the perfect balance of sweet and tangy. It's bursting with the flavor of wild raspberries.

Perfect for salad, spinach salad, fresh-cut fruit, poultry, pork, seafood, veggies, sparkling water, shrubs, and desserts.

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All Season Apple Pumpkin Cake!

Before the intense heat of Summer arrives here's an idea for savoring the tasty pairing of apples & pumpkins.  This combination of tastes makes a great coffee cake for breakfast, brunch or dessert!  Enjoy the combined flavors of Flying Olive's Gravenstein Apple Balsamic Vinegar & Blood Orange EVOO with apples & pumpkin...

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Cool Strawberry Flavor for Hot Summer Days

We're in the heat of summer! What better way to cool off than with some chilled strawberries & avocado!!

Add some Lemon Extra Virgin Olive Oil along with a touch of Strawberry Balsamic Vinegar and you have a delight to enjoy!

Check out this Strawberry & Avocado Feast!

Olive Oil - The Adaptable Cooking Oil

Olive oil is a fantastic every day cooking oil and easily adapts to a number of cooking methods such as grilling, sautéing, roasting, frying and baking. The subtle flavor of olive oil enhances food without overpowering a dish and provides a good base oil for spice-infused dressings and hearty sauces.

Olive oil coats foods rather than absorbing into them. For this reason, grilling marinades made with olive oil help to seal in the natural moisture of foods and foods fried in olive oil are less greasy. You can also re-use the same olive oil for frying up to three times without compromising flavor. When used in baking, either as an alternative to other vegetable oil or substituted for margarine or butter, olive oil produces light, moist baked goods that keep fresh longer.
This information was taken from the web site of the North American Olive Oil Association. This is a great site for all types of information about olive oils. Here's a link to their website: North American Olive Oil Association

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