Good Enough To Eat: Olives drab? Grow or cure your own
And I'll wrap up with Papahronis' own recipe for curing olives kalamata-style. If you've heard that olives live forever, that information is nearly accurate. The Raintree Nursery catalog says the trees ... They are now ready for packing. The olives can ...
Salfit Journal; In the West Bank, Even Olive Trees Cause Quarrels
SALFIT, West Bank, Nov. 9— They are just ... was considered the best. ''Even if you give it to me for free, I will not eat it,'' he said, wrinkling his nose. Mr. Hamed is versed in olive lore. He called the plant the ''blessed tree,'' and invoked an ...
The irreplaceable olive
They have been one of the Greek’s most valued commodities, and rightfully so. The fruit of the olive tree can vary in appearance from small ... Most of the time, you’ll find us eating them in salads and tagines. One of our favorites is the Napa Valley ...
How to grow an olive tree in a container
You can still own a fruiting olive tree ... trees grown from pits revert to the original wild olive, and if they produce fruit at all, it will be wizened and not very good to eat. Consult the nursery manager and choose the variety you’d like best.
Those fallen leaves are Mother Nature's mulch
You can rake the yard one day, and it will fill up with leaves the next. It is best ... tree growing in full sun. But you cannot eat olives fresh off the tree. They must either be pressed into oil or brined for table olives. For more information about ...