Galil Capers

Galil Capers

Capers are often misunderstood and underused. These pickled and salted flower buds from the caper bush (which can even be found growing on the Western Wall in Jerusalem…) are a delicious ingredient with many uses. Galil’s version are one of the best we’ve found. Juicy and salted just right. Little kernels of heaven… Tips: Add freely to pizzas, salads, tomato… Continue Reading Galil Capers

Galil Sundried Tomatoes

Galil Sundried Tomatoes

After much searching, we’ve finally found kosher sundried tomatoes that aren’t hard and rubbery. Despite the name, these come from Turkey and are semi-dried, therefore beautifully moist and soft, bringing out the full tangy, sweet flavour of the tomatoes. Delectable sunshine in a jar. Tips: Salads obviously. But also just add them to pasta (no… Continue Reading Galil Sundried Tomatoes

Saba Habib Kalamata Olives

Saba Habib Kalamata Olives

The Kalamata olive is large and purple with a smooth, meaty texture named after the city of Kalamata in the southern Peloponnese, Greece. They cannot be harvested green and must be hand-picked in order to avoid bruising. From Israel come these superb Kalamata olives in a perfectly seasoned natural brine. A mouthwatering taste of sunshine. Tips: especially good on pizza and in salads. Make:… Continue Reading Saba Habib Kalamata Olives

Crespo Mixed Olives

Crespo Mixed Olives

There are endless varieties of olives available on the market but we like these for their quality and well-balanced seasoning. The mix of black and green is just right, they are already pitted and the packaging is handy (no tins that, once opened, make the contents hard to keep). Delicious! Tips: great in salads or as aperitifs. With… Continue Reading Crespo Mixed Olives