Whole roasted cauliflower has been appearing on trendy restaurant menus. Gorgeously crusted on the outside, tender on the inside, this visually striking preparation of cauliflower is popular among chefs for a host of reasons: it’s budget-friendly, ridiculously simple to make, and guaranteed to impress guests either as a main dish or a side.
This traditional bread is served throughout the Mediterranean for Easter. In Italy, they call it Pane di Pasqua; in Spain, Mona de Pascua; and in Greece, they call it Tsoureki. Learn how to make this sweet treat.
Olive oil is the perfect cooking oil for all your Passover cooking. All extra virgin olive oils are Kosher for Passover, as long as it bears the OU symbol. For an extra treat, try this recipe for homemade matzo.
Most people associate grits with butter but grits are also delicious and creamy when made with olive oil.
Flavored or infused oils can be a great way to add flavor to marinades and dressings. But if you plan to make flavored oil at home, there are some things you need to keep in mind.
This unconventional cooking technique turns out amazingly rich flavored, melt-in-your mouth chicken.
Olive oil and chocolate are a wonderful combination. Make this chocolate olive oil glaze for fruit, pretzels, cookies, or whatever you'd like to add chocolate goodness flavor to.
Chimichurri is an Argentinean sauce used to flavor grilled meats. There are many different versions of chimichurri but most contain herbs, olive oil and vinegar. Here is an easy and delicious recipe to try at home.