Olive Crazy: All About Olives and Olive Oil
Jul 312011
 

You’ve probably wondered how someone can have a blog on a narrow topic like olives. It isn’t hard. After ten thousand years the ancient fruit and it’s byproducts have penetrated many aspects of our lives, and there is much to say.

Every day I read lots of material about the olive, some from books and others from the internet. I thought I would share with you the articles, recipes, research documents, and other information I find on the internet. Most of it is very interesting and some of it inspires me to write an article or two of my own. None of these links are in any way my opinion or are endorsed by me. I am sharing.

Let’s begin with Olive Crazy’s first – Olive Links of the Week.

Jordan eighth largest producer of olive oil” from MENAFN.com

From the Passionate Olive is their new iPhone app “Get EVOO on the Go … with GoEVOO!

New Zealand Says “No Thanks” to New Olive Oil Standards” article from The Olive Oil Times.

WALA – TV’s Studio Ten The Bake Shoppe Cafe recipe for “Fish Tacos“.

From PRLog, “Olive Tree A Peaceful Symbol Of New Community Life In Abu Dhabi“.

A video of “Chef Donna’s Smoked Olives” from WPMT-TV in Pennsylvania.

Sonoma cat rescued from olive tree, “Cat in a hot olive tree” from Sonoma News.

Natural Skincare: Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO)” from Alexa Heinrich’s fashion-beauty-makeup blog.

Veggies perfect for the grill” from the Toronto Sun.

The Wall Street Journal’s article “Stop Wasting Food!“.

From the San Francisco Chronicle’s San Francisco Gate, “We Olive Announced as Title Sponsor of 8th Annual Paso Robles Olive Festival Saturday, August 20, 2011“.

Fifth Olivinus Olive Oil Competition Coming to Mendoza” from The Olive Oil Times.

From the Burlingame Patch, “The Origin of the California Olive“.

Chosen Bites: Cooling summer soups” from the Jerusalem Post.

The Telegraph article “Celebrity Gardeners: Clive Anderson’s garden“.

May the sun shine through your branches.

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  1. Thanks for the link. Looks like were both Crazy (aka Passionate) about Olives and Olive Oil. Love your blog.

    • And I love your book. It was part of my personally required reading before starting Olive Crazy. I enjoy your website as well.

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