The gift of good taste.


Did you know that?

by Tatiana Sylla June 10, 2016 In Blog

First of all let me introduce myself. I’m Tatiana and I’ve been a French intern at Olio Tasting Room for now more than two months. I’m going to be honest, at the beginning of my internship I didn’t know anything about balsamic vinegar except that it was delicious and perfect for vinaigrettes. I’ve discovered a lot of things about it and maybe some of you will discover it, as I did. Let’s start.

Herbs de Provence Boule: The Easiest Loaf of Bread You Will Ever Make

by Ann Weaver May 31, 2016 In Blog

Herb de provence BouleWhether you’ve never made bread or are an experienced baker, you can—and should—make an Herbs de Provence boule. It will take about 10 minutes of your time and will taste at least as delicious as a boule you get at a small bakery. And you can eat it while it’s warm!


Welcome, Spring! New Potatoes with Hojiblanca Extra Virgin Olive Oil

by Ann Weaver May 10, 2016 In Blog

New potatoes and spring onionsLast week, I purged the winter root vegetables from my fridge. I relegated wizened, hoary carrots, turnips, and celeriac to the compost pile and replaced them with new potatoes, spring onions, and asparagus. Seeing green at the farmer’s market is exciting, particularly when that green includes things that are not kale. Kale is fine, but kale does not say “spring” to me.

Cocktail of the Week: Smoked Honey Whiskey Sour

by Penny Willimann March 15, 2016 In Blog

Bittermilk No. 3Thanks to our friends and neighbors in Old Town, Fibre Space, for writing this excellent blog about this popular cocktail mixer, Bittermilk No. 3, Smoked Honey Whiskey Sour.

Click here to read the blog.

Holiday Recipe Ebook 2015

by Penny Willimann November 12, 2015 In Blog