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1. Basic Olive Oil and Balsamic Vinegar Dressing Ingredients: 3 parts Tuscan Herb Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1 part Traditional 18 Year Balsamic Vinegar  Freshly ground pepper Freshly ground salt   Directions: This one is as simple as it gets. Throw the extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar into a...

A NEW arrival this week is our fabulous Smoked Olive Wood Olive Oil.  Savory notes of smoky olive wood are infused with the highest quality, ultra fresh extra virgin olive oil to make our olive wood smoked olive oil. All natural, with no artificial ingredients, preservatives...

Spring is fresh in our minds, but summer looms around the corner. Not just any summer… Florida summer. That’s why it’s time to get ahead of the curb and get your shrub technique down. No. We’re not talking about landscaping. We’re talking about refreshing vinegar-based...

PRESS RELEASE 02/28/2017CONTACT: James Ryan, owner Phone: 269-601-2117 Email: james@kalamazooolive.com [vc_separator type='transparent' position='center' color='' thickness='10' up='10' down=''] Kalamazoo Olive Company features limited release of SABA Balsamic Vinegar [vc_separator type='transparent' position='center' color='' thickness='10' up='10' down=''](St. Petersburg, FL)  The Kalamazoo Olive Company, located at 449 Central Avenue in St Petersburg Florida, has received a limited quantity...

If there’s any dressing that deserves more recognition from American palates, it’s Saba. So what exactly is it? Many view saba (also known as sapa) as the ancestor of balsamic vinegar. Just like balsamic, saba starts out as grape must. Must is a mixture of...

Have you ever thought about using extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar to make brownies? It sounds strange, but totally works. With our Tangerine Balsamic and Blood Orange Olive Oil you’ll be able to whip up a classic treat with a citrus hint. Read below...

Everyone knows that olive oil is one of the best items to have in the kitchen. Ever (along with balsamic vinegar, of course). From salads to desserts, there’s always room to use some EVOO (extra virgin olive oil). However, did you know that there’s use...

With the holidays around the corner we once again scramble around to find the best presents. In the midst of this, there always seems to be the “hot new gadget” that tops everyone’s list. This pressure builds up to the point in which people are stampeding,...

Think the Po’ Boy is the only sandwich to make it out of the Big Easy? Have a Muffaletta. Or better yet, make one in your own home. Popularized by Italian immigrants in New Orleans, this sandwich has been around since the early 1900’s. Read...

Ah Olive Oil, it’s also known as “liquid gold” and like real gold, beware the “fool’s gold”. Believe it or not, fraud is a huge problem in the olive oil industry. Some extra virgin olive oils out there aren’t even 100% olive oil. Even if...