How Virgin is Your Extra Virgin?
The Hungry Goddess has had a recent revelation … Chilean Extra Virgin Olive Oil. It is FABULOUS and has been added to my Essential Pantry list!
Considering that Chilean Wine is also fabulous, it stands to reason that the Olive Oil would be equal or better and I assure you that it is.
The optimal Chilean Mediterranean climate, with cold rainy winters and hot and dry summers, allows olives to reach optimum maturity and great fruit expression. Chilean Olive Oils are being recognized throughout the world as award winning more and more. The word is spreading and we want to share it with YOU!
We recently had a Chile Olive Oil Paella Party and we received bottles of the Extra Virgin Smooth and Extra Virgin Bold Chile Olive Oil to taste and cook with for the evening. I am addicted and now we can share the EVOO Chile Olive Oil with #HGEATS and YOU!
Join us on Wednesday, July 18 at 12n for the #HGEATS Chile Olive Oil Party – EVOO recipes, tasting tips, why Chilean Olive Oil is a culinary delight, PLUS giveaways so that you can enter to win some Chile Olive Oil for yourself!
Need some inspiration? The Hungry Goddess did an EVOO – Extra Virgin Olive Oil Board on Pinterest to get you in the mood to party Extra Virgin STYLE!
Special Co-Host: @ChileOliveOil (Follow them & Watch #HGEATS & #ChileEVOO hashtags!)
Giveaway: RSVP HERE to Enter to Win: Grand Prize is One Year of Chilean Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Chilean Wine – PLUS 20 attendees will win a bottle of Chile Extra Virgin Olive Oil
What: The Hungry Goddess Eats Food Twitter Chat
Topic: Chile Olive Oil Party – How Virgin is Your Extra Virgin?
When: 12noon – 1pm eastern Wednesday July 18, 2012
Where: #HGEATS hashtag on Twitter
Join us Wednesday and Be Ready to BE IMMERSED in EVOO from Chile!!
Connect with Chile Olive Oil:
*LIKE* Chile Olive Oil on Facebook (we do!)
Chile Olive Oil on Pinterest (droolworthy!)
Read about the Extra Virgin Journey on the Chile Olive Oil Site
Check out delectable EVOO Recipes on the Chile Olive Oil Site
This is what we did with Chile Olive Oil for dinner this weekend: