I recently made and served a tapenade (from Kalamatas) to some folks, one of whom had never experienced tapenade.
As a thank you, she has just gifted me with 12 (twelve) cans of whole black olives, thinking that they were the ingredient that she had enjoyed (..."So you'll always have some on hand"...) This was such a sweet gesture that I did not explain about Kalamatas versus canned.
So now the gauntlet has been dropped in the form of twelve cans of Jumbos and Smalls. I'd like to hear about some ways to use them that highlight their relative blandness and buttery texture, and also ways that perk them up. Would I have preferred a gift of brined and oil cured from the olive bar at the Italian market?.... Sure. But this is a gift of Karma, and I am up for the challenge. But I need help. The expiration date is in less than a year, so we gotta move fast.
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