Olive Oil Poached Salmon
Poaching fish is a great, easy way to cook the protein while ensuring that it retains all its moisture. And poaching something in olive oil takes that to the next level. You'll want to use a tasty extra-virgin olive oil for this because the fish will absorb a lot of the oil's flavor during the cooking process. I went with simple flavors (lemon, garlic, chile, oregano) to let the olive oil and fish shine, but it would be easy to sub in any additional herbs and spices (think rosemary or other citrus) you like. Click here to see Why You Should Cook with Olive Oil.
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Olive oil is a celebrated part of Hanukkah, and this olive oil ice cream is a great way to work it into dessert. To balance out the richness of the olive oil, this recipe incorporates a bit of lemon to the treat.Recipe courtesy of Emily Paster, West of the Loop
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Lemon olive oil cake
When preparing this recipe always use good quality extra-virgin olive oil. This recipe by Yaël Wiesenfeld and adapted by Peggy Wolff appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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The easy process of roasting tomatoes yields two other versatile ingredients: roasted garlic and delicious cooking juices. Roast more tomatoes than are to be used. They can be refrigerated up to 2 weeks and frozen for as long as 3 months. For the freezer, it's important to wrap them airtight to prevent any off-freezer odors. Once tomatoes are roasted, consider any recipe — except salads — that use tomatoes. The flavor is more intense than the canned variety. This recipe is by Abby Mandel and was originally published in The Chicago Tribune. 
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Meyer Lemon Olive Oil Cake
The fresh tang of Meyer lemons and the fruitiness of olive oil are a natural pairing, and what better way to marry them than in a sweet, satisfying dessert! This cake is the perfect balance of flavors — sweet, lemony, just a tiny bit savory, and the blueberry sauce is the perfect complement to the citrus notes of the cake. Enjoy! Click here to see more Sweet and Tangy Citrus recipes.
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This cake is epic! It stays moist for days and taste like a lighter version of pound cake.
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Poached Halibut
Halibut is a delicious, juicy fish with a delicate flavor, so you always want to make it the star of the dish. By poaching the halibut in an infused olive oil, you can keep the fish prominent but still pack it with flavor. Check out more Hearty and Healthy Halibut Recipes.
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Spring Spaghetti With Green Garlic
Allow the flavors of the early-harvested green garlic to show off in this simple pasta dish.This recipe is courtesy of Fine Cooking.
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Bittersweet Chocolate and Coconut Milk Rounds with Extra-Virgin Olive Oil, Rosemary, and Salt
An easy dessert that’s perfect for passing at parties. Balance super sweet coconut-chocolate rounds with a bit of grassy, earthy olive oil, woody rosemary, and flaky fleur de sel. Recipe courtesy of Chef Alessandro Gargani.
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Green tea brings on the antioxidants, the honey has antibacterial properties, and the olive oil moisturizes. For more beautifying masks, click here!  
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Chocolate Mousse
The delicate extra-virgin olive oil adds a silky texture to this dark chocolate mousse.This recipe is courtesy of Williams-Sonoma.
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Olive Oil-Poached Bacalhau and Golden Potatoes with Spring Onions and Olives
Bacalhau, or bacalao, is a traditional Spanish/Portuguese dish consisting of salt cod. This humble dish is transformed into a complete meal with some sautéed Yukon Gold potatoes and spring onions. It may be a bit of a project, but a lot of it is just prep time, so don't be intimidated! Loading... jwembed("video_box_player_inner", "refs=641", {"light":"1","width":"450","height":"338","skin":"player/mayamod.zip"} );
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