Warm Spanish Olives With Clementines And Toasted Marcona Almonds Recipe

Savory warm olives make an addictive appetizer
Jun 18, 2014 3:00 pm

Chef Ben Ford has a neat party trick: feeding everyone with a gigantic grill-centric outdoors feast. Dozens of people, typically with a whole animal. Chef Ford's formidable new cookbook, Taming the Feast, is the ultimate guide to hardcore al fresco entertaining. Need an easy, flavorful and light appetizer to keep the crowd in check while the whole pig roasts? This recipe is a must-know for olive fans.

Pasta-Stuffed Peppers Recipe

A vegetarian Italian twist on stuffed bell peppers
Apr 9, 2014 3:00 pm
Photo: Alan Richardson

From James Beard Award-nominated cookbook author Michele Scicolone, who brought us New York Times' bestseller The Soprano Family Cookbook, comes The Italian Vegetable Cookbook. No gabagool here, folks. But none needed, either. Italian vegetable preparations are superb on their own, particularly when they're made even more Italian by being stuffed with pasta.

Spanish-Style Roast Chicken Recipe

Topped with smoked paprika, black olives, peppers
Dec 3, 2013 3:00 pm

Hey, sometimes you don't have a ton of dough. It's close to rent day, you splurged on fancy winter camping equipment, it happens. Thankfully there's Cook On A Shoestring, from author Sophie Wright. Bet you never knew how to turn such a small amount of food into so, so very many meals. Take this spiced-up Spanish roast chicken, for instance.

Paccheri Pasta With Swordfish, Olives, Capers And Mint Recipe

Franny's pasta with fish and spices is perfect
Jul 30, 2013 3:01 pm

We're so happy Brooklyn cornerstone Franny's condensed their spectacular repertoire into one of the best cookbooks of the summer. Prepare for homestyle Italian food of the finest quality, each recipe with its own quirky twist. This swordfish pasta may have you making more trips to the fish market.

Pickled Feta With Cerignola Olives And Strawberries Recipe

Make-ahead salad recipe that's perfect for summer
May 21, 2013 1:01 pm
Photo: Jason Varney

We're loving the recipes from the Di Bruno Bros. House of Cheese cookbook, straight from Philadelphia's oldest cheese counter. Madame Fromage herself, Tenaya Darlington, penned this collection of phenomenal preparations. First up, tangy feta cheese gets tangier for a sweet and briny strawberry salad.

Olive Relish And Deviled Egg Latkes Recipe

Hanukkah classic takes a swing through the South
Dec 11, 2012 5:01 pm

Just because sour cream and applesauce are the traditional accouterments doesn't mean a perfectly crisp latke can't make the perfect bed for another foodstuff — in this case, deviled eggs. Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola served up this fusion of two delicious old-school snacks at BAM's Latke Festival.

Spicy Cheese-Stuffed Fried Olives

The ultimate bar foods are fried AND stuffed.
Mar 1, 2012 6:01 pm
fried olives recipe
Photo: Aliya LeeKong

Fried olives may have originated in the Le Marche region of eastern Italy. There, they take pancetta, ground meats, cheese, herbs and spices and stuff large green olives, breading them and then deep-frying them to a golden crisp. Olive all’Ascolana is the name of the dish.

Ancho Olive Aïoli Recipe

Better than homemade mayonnaise, with a spicy kick!
Jan 31, 2012 1:59 pm
aioli recipe
Photo: Dimitri N. on Flickr

This "descendant" aïoli is not as sunny yellow so I tend to serve it under foods I want to have the added notes of spice from the anchos and salty-olive notes of olives. Make a simple (lightly dressed) tuna salad for canapés and have the Ancho-Olive Aïoli under the salad.


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