Again in 2010, Ree Drummond wrote on her weblog The Pioneer Girl that she was on an olive kick. She even addressed “olive haters,” saying that this section would quickly go. However eight years later, Ree’s nonetheless in love with olives!
Whereas Ree Drummond might by no means eat this one ingredient, she’s going to do something to defend her favourite ingredient of all time. Even over on Twitter.
She feels very strongly about olives
Sure, Ree is a brilliant fan of olives, and even admitted to dying for them. Positive it’s a little bit bit grotesque, however the context was light-hearted and enjoyable.
Two weeks later, Reed took to Twitter but once more to speak about her love for olives, stating that she would completely ignore any examine launched about how olives may very well be unhealthy for you.
Add cheese and bread, and you’ve got a meal
This clearly isn’t Ree’s first time posting about olives. In case you dig a little bit bit on her weblog, you’ll discover a scrumptious recipe for Olive Cheese Bread that she refers to as “chick meals.”
“It’s an incredible accompaniment for a pleasant inexperienced salad, and makes an incredible meal,” Drummond wrote again in 2007. “For chicks. Males don’t get the entire salad-as-a-meal factor, at the least not the lads I see each day.”
Seems like we have to dive on this chick meal, particularly with our Olive-Onion Cheese Bread and this Summer season Salad.
Ree additionally isn’t afraid to throw her favourite ingredient on, get this, pineapple pizza. In a latest video of hers over on Fb, Ree shares eight completely different French bread pizza recipes to strive at residence, one among them being a pineapple olive pizza. It’s made with marinara, provolone cheese, Canadian bacon, pineapples…and olives.
So after all, her “olive kick” that she references again in 2010 (whereas sharing a scrumptious recipe for Olive Focaccia, much like our Fast Focaccia Bread) continues to be going robust, and it doesn’t appear like her ardour for this ingredient will change any time quickly.
This story was initially printed by Style of Residence.