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Culinate Newsletter February 17 10

(mailing, James Berry)

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 h1. Dear readers,
 Could I live without olives? Of course I could. But life would not be so sweet as life with olives. 

 My daughter calls them "the perfect food." I have to agree. I'm sure I loved these beguiling fruits even before the first time I stuck five of them, pitted, on my fingers and ate them off one-by-one. Remember that?

 There's a [/recipes/collections/Culinate+Kitchen/Starters/Marinated+Olives?utmsource=N20100217&utmmedium=email&utmcontent=MarinatedOlives&utmcampaign=Olives "marinated olive recipe on Culinate"] that I intend to make more often than I do — mostly because I eat the things before I can get them into the marinade. (Although, truthfully, my favorite way to eat them today is on a cracker with a bit of sheep's milk feta and a drizzle of olive oil; tomorrow, who knows?)
 When Linda Zeidrich sent in her recent Dinner Guest post, on [/mix/dinnerguest/cureyourownolives?utmsource=N20100217&utmmedium=email&utmcontent=cureyourownolives&utmcampaign=Olives "curing your own olives"], I was intrigued. Honestly, I had taken olives for granted and hadn't given much thought to the process of getting them from the tree to my cracker. Thanks, Linda, for starting my education.
 Kim Carlson
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story2text: "During a storm, Deborah Madison relies on basic pantry items to make dinner — including, for dessert, these  sweet, nutty, and citrus-kissed morsels."

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