These days when we are all cooking from our pantries so much more, it really does pay to have some stellar olive oil on hand.
Just a drizzle can turn grilled bread, simple salad greens, or even a tub of store-bought hummus into something special.
And if you can get your hand on a bottle of the new limited-edition 2019 Séka Hills Tribal Blend Extra Virgin Olive Oil, then you really have struck gold.
Fortunately, a sample landed in my mailbox recently, and I’ve been using it liberally on thick asparagus spears, summer squash, and even fresh popped popcorn (for all those Netflix nights, of course).
The olive oil is made by the Yocha Dehe Wintuan Nation, which sustainably manages more than 22,000 acres on its tribal land in the Capay Valley.Read more