April 10, 2015


The Olive Twist, a culinary boutique and online retailer, allows you to taste and match over 25 olive oils and 25 of Italy's finest aged balsamic vinegar condimentos to your personal palate.  We encourage you to create your own twist and enjoy the experimentation of flavor fusions.  As a bonus, our samplings are rich in antioxidants that add to our health benefits without losing the quality of flavor.

NEW Product Line! The Olive Twist Private Label

The Olive Twist is pleased to announce our new Private Label line of products available at either store.  These convenient to use products, paired with our oils and vinegars, will round out your menu perfectly!

Quick Bread Offerings
  • Cinnamon Swirl
  • Cranberry Orange
  • Cheesy Garlic
Olive Oil Bread Mixes
  • Rosemary & Parmesan Reggiano 
  • Tuscan Herb
  • Parmesan Cheese
Dessert Offerings
  • Killer Mud Brownie
  • Salted Caramel Brownie
  • Cappuccino Brownie
Soup Offerings
  • Tuscan Vegetable Barley
  • Italian Wedding
  • Tortilla Soup
  • Single Serve Cheesy Broccoli
  • Single Serve Hearty Vegetable 
Let's Dip!
  • Dilly Cucumber
  • Spinach 
  • Jalapeno Bacon Cheddar


And our New Product Feature . . . . 

Designed for the devilish side, these three great seasoning flavors are a perfect addition to any dinner or party menu.  

Where does the culinary term ' devil' derived?   The first print showing of the term devil in the culinary world was in 1786 with dishes that contained hot ingredients, excessive seasoning or ones fried or boiled.  Other popular names for these little devils, mimosa eggs, stuffed eggs, dressed eggs, or salad eggs.  They can be served warm or cold, they can even be deep-fried!  
  • Parmesan Cheese & Basil
  • Country Herb
  • Spicy Bacon
What's your fun flavor?

Twisted Deviled Eggs
 
4 eggs
1 Tbsp. Salt
2 Tbsp. Miracle Whip
1 tsp. Bourbon Barrel Mustard
½ tsp. (drizzle) Cranberry Pear Balsamic
½ tsp. (drizzle) Garlic Olive Oil
½ tsp. or to taste Fresco Garlic Blend
A pinch of sugar optional
 
Put eggs in a sauce pan cover with cold water and 1 Tbsp. Salt.  Bring to boil then turn off heat.  Let eggs sit in the pot for 10 minutes.  Drain off water and remove shell from eggs, cut eggs in half and remove yokes to a large plate.  Set the whites on serving dish. 
 
Use a fork to mash the yokes, and then add rest of ingredients.  Fill whites and top with paprika, chives or bacon.
 
Substitute miracle whip with a soft blue cheese.