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Oil drizzlers made of glass

Tuesday, February 05th, 2008

Oil drizzlers come in many different forms and manufactured material. It is important to know what type of material is best for decanting olive oil and vinegar.

Due to their acidity, all vinegars are have varying levels of corrosiveness. Because of this, vinegar should be stored and dispensed from ceramic, glass or stainless steel containers. When sealing containers, use a cork or stopper that will not break down or corrode. Containers made from other metals, such as aluminum, chrome and copper should not be used. China produces a vast range of cheap stoppers and spouts, but most have a chrome or metallic finish, which begin to dissolve when exposed to vinegar.

Known for both its corrosive resistant and hygienic properties, glass containers are perfect storage vessels for both oil and vinegar. Our glass oil drizzlers are made from laboratory grade borosilicate Simax glass and hand blown to ensure both uniqueness and quality. Similar to kitchen Pyrex™, this particular glass is extremely durable, and because our oil drizzlers are hand blown, they are also elegant. When exposed to vinegar, glass oil drizzlers exhibit no corrosion, and both the glass vessel and spouts can be cleaned simply with hot water and dish soap.

The best oil drizzlers are composed entirely of glass. Oil drizzlers consisting of a glass pour spout and body is considered a two-piece cruet. A friction fit means that the glass pour spout ensures that the cruet is non drip, sparing you from any stains and mess often associated with other containers. The flared neck of the glass body acts as an integral funnel that can be used for filling the cruet. The spout contains a built in vent which provides pressure equalization, making dispension of your chosen liquid a precision task with no effort required.

Designed to provide a thin drizzle of oil or vinegar, our oil drizzlers are ideal for cooking and serving purposes. Cruets.com oil drizzlers can hold up to six fluid ounces and are dishwasher safe.

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A new dipping dish

Tuesday, February 05th, 2008

Drizzle olive oil over fresh baked Italian bread or use a newly designed dipping dish – White American Stoneware bread dipping dish. For an ideal Italian appetizer, drizzle your favorite oil in the olive oil dipping dish and then dip fresh bread or vegetables into the oil. A bread dipping dish set is a wonderful culinary gift for any occasion. When the oil is added to the dipping dish, unique green tones will filter through, providing a wonderful visual presentation on the table for serving.

Bread Dipping in Olive Oil

Saturday, March 01st, 2008

Dipping bread in olive oil is a wonderful and delicious way to indulge in something that is actually good for you and can prevent the onset of coronary disease according to a report released by the American Heart Association.

Try bread dipping as an alternative to other less healthy appetizers. Bread dipping is essentially a Mediterranean practice whereby the texture and flavour of vegetables and bread are enhanced by dipping them into extra virgin olive oil. Bread dipping is enjoyed as a pre cursor to a meal of simply on its own.

Extra virgin olive oil alone is an ideal dip for bread but you may wish to experiment by adding subtle or intense flavours to your oil. Dried herbs and exotic seasoning can be used to create a dip that will excite your  taste buds. Use your favorite ingredients and your imagination.

Once you have made your extra virgin olive oil dip the possibilities for its use are endless! For example, pasta or a crisp salad can be transformed from the ordinary to the extraordinary when tossed in your unique dipping sauce. Or, simply pour over fresh steamed vegetables. And, don’t forget, all  types of meat can be infused with exciting flavours when left to stand in your dipping sauce prior to cooking.

Extra virgin olive oil is perfect for dipping sauces and should be the only type of oil used for this purpose. It is more expensive than virgin olive oil because of its rich flavour and the method used to extract the oil from the olive, but there is really no alternative as any connoisseur of olive oil will tell you. The flavour speaks for itself.

Dipping sauces are so simple to prepare and versatile to use. These sauces can be created and bottled in advance. If you have a hungry family or unexpected guests you will always be able to create a fantastic meal in no time at all! And, if you really want to impress add some cubed bread to some of your dipping sauces and enjoy the results.

If you haven’t made any dipping sauces in advance just add your choice of seasoning and herbs to your extra virgin olive oil and heat for a few seconds to allow the flavours to permeate the oil. However, because of the superb quality and flavour of extra virgin olive oil it can be served as it is ‘au natural’ with your choice of accompaniments.

It is easy to see why bread dipping in olive oil has become so popular. It’s fast and easy to prepare, good for your heart and a delight to serve at any time. 

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