Olive Oil and Food Sampling at Saratoga Olive Oil Company

Slow Food Olive Oil and Food Sampling at Saratoga Olive Oil Company

Extra virgin olive oil has been part of life’s necessities since the beginning of time. The oldest olive trees alive are 4,000 years old and provided medicine, beauty aids and were important elements of religious rituals. This remarkable tree’s fruit provides us life-giving antioxidants and vitamins to help us live healthier, longer lives. Each extra virgin is unique; the oil’s aromatic properties are a reflection of terroir, varietal, and processing. These unique characteristics in each oil can be showcased by the food we pair them with and enjoyed with every course of the meal. Come learn about the health benefits of olive oil and learn how to incorporate them into our every day lives.

Slow Food Menu

Melgarejo Arbequina
Oro Bailen Picual
Organic Sicilian Cerasuola
Portuguese Cobrancosa
Greek Koroneiki


Shrimp with Avocado Oro Bailen
Ricotta crostini with Local Honey and Portuguese Cobrancosa, Sea Salt
Anchovies with Peperonata and Sicilian Cerasuola
Asparagus, Shaved pecorino with Greek Koroneiki
Ice Cream with Melgarejo Arbequina

When: 6pm

Where: Saratoga Olive Oil Company

Cost: $20

Buy Tickets:¬†http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/376533 

Categories Previous Events | Tags: | Posted on April 24, 2013

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