Olivia’s Croutons at Sprouts Markets!

by Francie on January 27, 2014

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We are very proud to announce Olivia’s products are now for sale at Sprouts Farmers Market.  Sprouts is a up and coming chain in the natural food industry, with over 150 stores located across 8 states.  This company boasts a family legacy of over 70 years, with a commitment to fresh produce and quality natural products.  The bulk of their stores are located in California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico with new locations “sprouting” up all over!  Check out their website Sprouts.com for more info on this impressive family of stores, or checkout their store locator to find the nearest one to you!

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Gluten Free Stuffing Featured by Taste Guru

by Francie on November 14, 2013

Hello friends, we are very happy to announce that our Gluten Free Stuffing is featured in this months tasteguru box. Taste Guru is a subscription service that puts together a collection of gluten free products and ships it right to your door! Check them out at http://tasteguru.com/index.php/this-month-s-box.

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“The Perfect Crouton” we’d like to agree!

January 10, 2012

Please enjoy this review of our croutons. http://saltsunandsanity.blogspot.com/2012/01/crouton-quest.html

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Simple Caesar Salad with Parmesan Pepper Croutons

April 1, 2011

3-4 cups washed and torn romaine 1/2 small lemon black pepper 1 clove garlic 1/2 cup fresh grated parmesan 1/2 bag of Olivia’s Croutons your favorite Caesar dressing to taste, (we really like the Cardini’s brand) or try our recipe. Split garlic clove and thoroughly rub inside of wooden salad bowl, add romaine, squeeze lemon […]

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Olivia’s Panzanella Salad with Butter & Garlic Croutons

April 1, 2011

Salad Ingredients: 1 box or 2 cups Olivia’s Butter & Garlic Croutons, slightly crushed 2 cups ripe tomato, in chucks, seeds removed 3/4 cup thinly sliced red onion 1 cup cucumber, in chunks, seeds removed ¼ cup capers, or substitute sliced Kalamata olives ½ cup fresh basil leaves, slightly chopped Vinaigrette Ingredients: 3 Tbsp red […]

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Hot soup on a cold winter day…

February 3, 2011

Yesterday we were engulfed in a seemingly endless snow storm.  Over 500 schools were closed.  Wow, what a wonderful day!  I cross country skied in the morning and spent the rest of the day with a hot cup of tea catching up with my desk. Naturally on a day like this, soup is a perfect […]

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The Color “Crouton”

December 23, 2010

A Google alert recently came to my email box advertising a pair of boots in the color “crouton”.  I began to think… to us at Olivia’s the color “crouton” is obvious; a vivid golden brown created by rich oils and seasonings as our croutons bake into the crisp morsels we proudly display through the window […]

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Growing garlic at Olivia’s…

December 20, 2010

Olivia’s “lives” on an incredible farm in New Haven, Vermont.  Blessed with unbelievable soil, we have had great success with our wheat.  This year we harvested 90,000 lbs of wheat berries and we are having our flour milled at a local mill and blending it into our bread recipes. With our wheat success, we are […]

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Olivia’s Turkey Meatloaf

December 14, 2010

Our “Can’t Wait for Thanksgiving Turkey Meatloaf” becomes “Remembering Thanksgiving Turkey Meatloaf” this time of year.  We still crave that comforting taste combination of turkey and stuffing, baked in a yummy pork and onion gravy. After a cold day outside, shoveling snow, or cross country skiing, come inside and smell the turkey and poultry seasonings, […]

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Olivia’s Pork Loin

November 16, 2010

Olivia’s Stuffed Pork Loin 1 pork tenderloin 2 ½ cups of Olivia’s Stuffing or Croutons* ½ cup chopped onion ½ cup chopped celery 2 Tbsp butter 1 ½ cups chicken broth Salt & pepper to taste 2 slices of bacon Butchers string *The great thing about this recipe is that almost all of our croutons […]

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