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Sample Saturday – June Schedule

Join us on Saturdays between 11am until 5pm (or supplies last) to sample some of our favorite culinary creations featuring We Olive products. Taste and learn new applications for your favorite olive oils, vinegars, and gourmet foods. See the monthly schedule below.   June 3 | Watermelon Salad This salad is a perfect side dish… read more

Sample Saturday – May Schedule

Join us on Saturdays between 11am until 5pm (or supplies last) to sample some of our favorite culinary creations featuring We Olive products. Taste and learn new applications for your favorite olive oils, vinegars, and gourmet foods. See the monthly schedule below.   May 6 | Cucumber & Tomato Salad This 4 ingredient dessert is… read more

Sample Saturday – April Schedule

Join us on Saturdays between 11am until 5pm (or supplies last) to sample some of our favorite culinary creations featuring We Olive products. Taste and learn new applications for your favorite olive oils, vinegars, and gourmet foods. See the monthly schedule below. April 1 | Berries with Honey Mascarpone and Blood Orange Balsamic Vinegar This 4… read more

Sample Saturday – March Schedule

Join us on Saturdays between 11am until 5pm (or supplies last) to sample some of our favorite culinary creations featuring We Olive products. Taste and learn new applications for your favorite olive oils, vinegars, and gourmet foods. See the monthly schedule below. March 4 Fresh Mozzarella with Picual EVOO & Sea Salt Sometimes the simplest… read more

We Olive & the Paso Robles Olive Festival – Celebrating 10 Years!

This year the Paso Robles Olive Festival and We Olive each celebrate their 10th anniversary! As co-founder and chief sponsor of the olive festival, our goal is to rally support for California’s artisan growers and help raise awareness and promote growth of our emerging industry. The festival, which has grown bigger and more popular over… read more

Living a long and healthy life!

In 1970 Yiannis Karimalis got a death sentence. Doctors in Pennsylvania diagnosed the Greek immigrant with abdominal cancer and told him he’d be dead within a year. He was not yet 40 years old. Devastated, Karimalis left his job as a bridge painter and returned to his native island of Ikaria. At least there he… read more