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  • n. Plural form of tapenade.


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  • Generous portions of meats, cheeses, fish, seafood and tapenades piled on to chunks of bread speared with a toothpick – hence the name pintxo, which means spike.

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  • But I love going to Whole Foods: they have pre-made vegan salads and delicious portobello mushroom burgers with mysterious tapenades and I don't have to chop.

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  • The taste is still pungent and flavorful, but not overpowering and overly salty as some olive tapenades can be.

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  • She wandered over to a table of little yummies, but was repelled by the creamed crustaceans, the tapenades, the caviar, and salmon mousse.

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  • Note: Look for tapenades near pickles and jarred peppers or in the refrigerated section; some may be labeled olive spread or relish.

    The Seattle Times

  • The range of food using local produce was another highlight: peanuts in all sorts of combinations at Kingaroy, the lavender scones at Pottique, olives and tapenades at Bunnyconnellen everywhere a passion to use local things. | Top Stories

  • The winery shop sells local cheeses, gourmet mustards made with St. Michaels wine, premium olive oils, tapenades, "Get Wobbly" T-shirts (named for the Gollywobbler wines) and more; www., 605 S. Talbot St., - News

  • Lillet wine, (local, no - beautiful, yes) one of the tastiest vegetarian sandwiches ever (the Local - goat cheese, tapenades and artichoke hearts) a side of white bean salad and a chocolate covered, cheese stuffed fig. Pretty much my dream lunch.


  • Purple pestos and juicy tapenades, plump peppery green giants, tangy calamatas with garlic and citrus … I don't know about you, but olives seriously turn me on.

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  • Another farmers market staple, Olives4You, will specialize in marinated and stuffed olives, tapenades, assorted pita breads, vinegars, olive oils and eventually homemade hummus and fresh, ready-to-eat specialties.



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