Nakano Prize Pack Giveaway

Nakano makes Seasoned Rice Vinegars that are naturally brewed, fat and gluten free. But I bet you are sitting there reading this wondering how you could use Nakano Rice Vinegars on your everyday cooking? I know! The idea of how to use Rice Vinegar can stump anyone. But trust me when I say that Nakano Rice Vinegar can come to your rescue in a big way.

Here is my tip for simplifying dinner time around here. I love cooking but with three little ones pulling my shirt the amount of time I can stand in front of the stove is very limited. So, what I usually do is marinate meat and stick it in the freezer to use throughout the month. That is what I like to call my version of once a month cooking.

So this is what I do: I take two large boneless chicken breasts (that’s what would feed my family on a given night) and put them in a resealable storage bag. Then add to that about 1 cup of marinade. Then I close the bag and put it in the freezer. On any given morning, I just take out one of those bags and put in the fridge to thaw. In the evening we grill these (or broil in the oven or cook top), serve with some rice and a steamed broccoli that even Tali loves. Voila! dinner in a snap. Plus the variations are endless because you can use the grilled chicken to make salads, wraps, etc. Not only that but you can create tons of marinades to provide a variety of flavors. Here are some of the marinades Nakano can help you create:

Lemon Chicken Marinade

Caribbean Jerk Marinade

Apple Ginger Marinade

Steak Marinade

All of these with stuff you already have in your pantry.  Sick of eating the same flavors over and over?  Try a new marinade!

Win It!

Three of you will have a chance to give these ideas a try for FREE!  Nakano has offered to give three prize packs for CSwM readers.  The winners will each get one bottle of Nakano Seasoned Rice Vinegar, Nakano Recipe/Coupon Booklet and a $25 Visa GC to go shopping for the rest of the meal.

To enter this giveaway:

  • Visit the NAKANO website then come back and tell us what your favorite Splash tip is.

This giveaway ends on 10/3 at 9PM EST. This giveaway is open to U.S residents 18 years and older.  Emailing me is not a valid way to enter this giveaway.  If you are reading this in email or RSS reader please click here to enter.

This giveaway is sponsored by Nakano.

  • Claudia N

    favorite splash tip is : Cut a ripe avocado in half and remove pit. Pour seasoned rice vinegar into each half and eat with a spoon.

  • Karen

    “Stir into mayonnaise and Dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread.”

    thanks!

  • Erika

    My favorite tip (which I’ve actually done in the past) is this…

    “Stir into mayonnaise and Dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread.”

    It works really well. Also, Nankano makes AWESOME sushi rice :). Just thought I’d put that in there *laugh*.

  • Allison M.

    “Splash on fresh tomato slices”

  • Heather

    My favorite splash tip is “Use as a tangy base for tomato-based barbecue sauces.”

  • Brigette

    My favorite splash tip is for the Red Pepper Seasoned Rice Vinegar:
    •Use as a delicious tangy base for barbecue sauce

  • Laura L.

    My favorite is “Use as a tangy base for tomato-based barbecue sauces.”

  • Sue Lieberg

    I would “use as a delicious tangy base for BBQ sauce” would love to try it

  • Dodi

    “Stir into mayo and dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread”. Yum!

  • Sue B

    To me, this looks the best! •For a quick lunch salad, toss with leftover pasta or rice, shredded carrots, sliced cucumbers, and toasted almonds.

  • Christina P.

    My favorite tip is: “Stir into mayonnaise and Dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread.” That sounds sooo yummy! :) :) :)

  • Tansy Chaudhary

    A splash on a healthy salad would be great.

  • YULIYA

    “Use as a tangy base for tomato-based barbecue sauces.”

  • Carrie

    This is my favourite:
    # For a simple salad, mix with a little brown sugar and dill weed. Drizzle over fresh baby carrots and season to taste with salt.

    I love using rice vinegar in salad dressing!

  • Emily

    I like to add a tablespoon or two to a jar you just emptied alfredo or pasta sauce from and swirl it around in the jar before adding to what you are cooking. It cleans the jar well and adds the flavor to your meal!

  • Meggan

    YUM: Use (Basil & Oregano Seasoned Rice Vinegar) alone as a light and tangy salad dressing — I love basil, I love oregano, and I LOVE vinegar — this is amazing! Also, it’s not on the website, but I might use this to make a small batch of Dilly Beans and see how yummy they turn out!

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  • Beth

    My favorite tip: using the vinegar in salad dressing. I have two bottles already and I like it, but I’m often at a loss how to use it. HELLO! :) I’m trying to use more all natural ingredients and this will work great.

  • Heidi

    My favorite Splash tip is for the Original, “Cut a ripe avocado in half and remove pit. Pour seasoned rice vinegar into each half and eat with a spoon.” Mmm…

  • Kindra

    my favorite tip is to use it for a tangy bbq sauce

  • Brenda

    My favorite: stir into mayonnaise & Dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread

  • Ann

    My favorite tip is “Splash on fresh tomato slices.”

  • Tanya N

    My favorite tip is: Splash on fresh tomato slices. I never thought of doing that! Thanks

  • shuchi

    Splashing on fresh tomato slices

  • amber

    “Stir into mayonnaise and Dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread.”

    sounds delicious!

  • Steph S

    Use alone as a salad dressing

  • Brenda Adair

    Basil & Oregano Seasoned Rice Vinegar-
    Splash on fresh tomato slices

  • sumi

    My favorite tip is :
    Combine(Roasted Garlic Seasoned Rice Vinegar) with ground cumin and chopped cilantro to marinate cooked prawns for a delicious appetizer.

  • lizi serrano

    my favorite splash tip “Stir into mayonnaise and Dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread.”

  • Jackie

    Splashing it on a salad instead of using salad dressing. Much healthier!

  • Stephanie Phelps

    My favorite is to add it to my avocado and mix it with seasoning pack for guacamole .

  • Sue

    We use this vinegar all the time in our salad dressing. Olive oil, rice vinegar, garlic, a little salt. Perfect!

  • Natalie

    Splash on fresh tomato slices. Yum!

  • MARY KATHRYN MURPHY

    I would go with the Roasted Garlic Seasoned Rice Vinegar and splash it on my balcony grown black herliem tomatoes.

  • Chelsea

    My favorite splash tip which we used this summer, is to splash on tomato slices. Very good!

  • Karen Dorris

    I like the idea of using to add flavor to a Three Bean Salad………….which I love to make (and eat)!

  • LeighP

    Oh I am salivating, splash the basil & oregano variety on fresh tomatoes. YUM!

  • Melanie L.

    I use it as my salad dressing.

  • Christina

    My fav “Splash on fresh tomato slices” – great for straight from the garden tomatoes!

  • Mandy

    My favorite splash tip uses the roasted garlic vinegar, I mix it with a little olive oil for the best fresh salad dressing, have done this for years!

  • Jaime S.

    I like the balsamic blend brushed onto grilled veggies.

  • cody stanley

    My favorite splash tip is “Use as a tangy base for tomato-based barbecue sauces

  • Mary

    splach on chicken.pasta.olives and tomatoes

  • jamie stanley

    My favorite splash tip is “Use as a tangy base for tomato-based barbecue sauces

  • andy

    I like the suggestion of the Basil one to splash on tomatoes. I think I would add some mozzerella for a light caprese salad.

  • jim glass

    My favorite splash tip is “Use as a tangy base for tomato-based barbecue sauces

  • Brittany

    This sounds absolutely fantastic: “Stir into mayonnaise and Dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread.”

  • Pat

    Stir into mayonnaise and Dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread
    pavanco1 at embarqmail dot com

  • Karen F.

    Cut a ripe avocado in half and remove pit. Pour seasoned rice vinegar into each half and eat with a spoon.

  • Linda Kish

    For a simple salad, mix natural rice vinegar with a little brown sugar and dill weed. Drizzle over fresh baby carrots and season to taste with salt.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  • Tammie R.

    Stir into mayo and dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread. I like this!

  • Lindsay

    Putting the basil oregano on fresh tomatoes sounds awesome!

  • Rachel W.

    Mmm, I’m liking the sound of the grilled onions. Something I do now is use the original seasoned vinegar with some sesame oil for asian cole slaw (pineapple or some asian chili sauce is good to add, too)

  • Sandy

    Favorite Splash tip:
    NAKANO® – Roasted Garlic Seasoned Rice Vinegar: For a quick lunch salad, toss with leftover pasta or rice, shredded carrots, sliced cucumbers, and toasted almonds.

  • Melissa

    The Natural Rice Vinegar sounds SO yummy on a salad mixed with brown sugar and dill weed.

  • debbie russell

    Season basil on fresh tomatoes. Love it!

  • christy D

    To use the Balsamic Blend by pouring it over grilled vegetables….YUM!

  • Sonya

    Splash it on a salad!

  • Marla S.

    My favorite tip (which I’ve actually done in the past) is this…

    “Stir into mayonnaise and Dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread.”

  • George

    i like to splash a little bit on chicken when grilling

  • Natalie J. Vandenberghe

    Pouring seasoned rice vinegar in an avocado sounds delicious!
    Thanks for the giveaway.

  • Janine

    I would love to try the Roasted Garlic with seasonings. I would marinate veggies to grill either outside (if it would stop raining) or on my indoor grill.

  • Julie Nguy

    Salad dressing. Thanks!

  • Amber

    i like to put a little bit on homemade potato wedges to give a little new taste

  • shannon o

    i would try the dill and brown sugar on cooked carrots. My husband likes them glazed but I dont like them too sweet.

  • Jeanette

    I would use the Basil Oregano to make a creamy sauce for pasta.

  • Kristie

    Basil and Oregano on fresh tomato slices from my garden sounds delicious!

  • Karen

    Sprinkle the Italian Herb Seasoned Red Wine Vinegar on pasta

  • Amie

    Brush over thick-sliced red onions and drizzle with olive oil; season with salt and pepper. Grill or pan-fry until slightly browned and softened. Serve with grilled meats or chicken. Sounds great!!

  • Maren Lee

    my fav tip is Use as a delicious tangy base for barbecue sauce

    Thank you!

  • Thabal

    ‘For a quick lunch salad, toss with leftover pasta or rice, shredded carrots, sliced cucumbers, and toasted almonds.’. Love it. Thanks for the giveaway.

  • Melissa

    Mixing with brown sugar and fresh dill over baby carrots (or any fresh produce from the garden makes me happy)

  • Melissa Weiss

    splash it on a salad!!

  • laura

    stir into mayonnaise & Dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread!!

  • Tina

    Combine with ground cumin and chopped cilantro to marinate cooked prawns for a delicious appetizer

    Or use to make a really yummy grilled chinese chicken salad

  • sheri grennille

    I like to put rice vinegar on cucumbers. Makes a so so vegetable so yummy!

  • Leigh

    Love the idea to mix with mayo/mustard for sandwiches.

  • Velvet Hubler

    Splash on fresh tomato slices is my favorite tip

  • Julie Denny

    My favorite splash it tip: •Stir into Boston-style baked beans. Yum Yum.

  • Serina

    Splash Red Pepper Seasoned Rice Vinegar to meat or seafood marinades. Sounds tasty!

  • Diana

    For a simple salad, mix with a little brown sugar and dill weed. Drizzle over fresh baby carrots and season to taste with salt.

  • Kim

    My favorite splash tip is “Use as a tangy base for tomato-based barbecue sauces.”

  • kimberly

    Brush over thick-sliced red onions and drizzle with olive oil; season with salt and pepper. Grill or pan-fry until slightly browned and softened.

  • kristine

    my fav is mixing together mayo and dijon for sandwiches!

  • Pat

    Splash Nakano Basil & Oregano Seasoned Rice Vinegar on fresh tomato slices…what could be easier or more wonderful?!

  • Michelle

    My favorite tip is “Use as a tangy base for tomato-based barbecue sauces.”

  • Sarah

    Splash on grilled onions

  • Melissa A.

    sounds good to splash into creamy sauces

  • Nikki

    For a quick lunch salad, toss with leftover pasta or rice, shredded carrots, sliced cucumbers, and toasted almonds. As much as I love nuts I don’t like them in food. I prefer them alone, so mine is minus the Almonds. Sounds yummy.

  • Vanessa

    “Stir into mayonnaise and Dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread.”

    I frequently purchase their products, they’re fantastic!

  • Michele

    Use as a tangy base for barbeque sauce is my favorite

  • Mandy

    Splash on fresh tomato slices! YUM!

  • Margaret

    Splash on fresh tomato slices. Yum!

  • Janis

    Red Pepper Seasoned Rice Vinegar Is my fav! Sprinkle on grilled or broiled fish

  • TamiV

    You can use the Basil & Oregano vinegar buy itself froran tangy Salad Dressing!

  • crystal bailly

    my favorite splash tip is to splash on fresh tomato slices!

  • http://www.contestsandgiveaways.net Idaho Jill

    Brush over thick-sliced red onions and drizzle with olive oil; season with salt and pepper. Grill or pan-fry until slightly browned and softened. Serve with grilled meats or chicken. sounds so yummy!

  • Sherry

    My favorite Splash tip is to splash it on the fresh tomato slices!

  • Mary

    My favorite and now on the menu for tomorrows lunch…
    •For a quick lunch salad, toss with leftover pasta or rice, shredded carrots, sliced cucumbers, and toasted almonds.

  • Alan

    Use as a delicious tangy base for BBQ sauce!

  • http://christianclippers.com Apryl @ Christian Clippers

    I love the idea of splashing it on a salad

  • xiaoxin

    I use this for my Chinese Cabbage Salad recipe… yum… yum..

  • Diane

    My fav tip is to splash the basil & oregano seasoned rice vinegar right onto tomato slices.

  • http://yahoo.com Linda Shifflett

    I would splash it on a salad and/ or sliced tomatoes, cucumber and onions. This sounds really delicious.

  • Betsy

    Cut a ripe avocado in half and remove pit. Pour seasoned rice vinegar into each half and eat with a spoon. Yum I love avocado!

  • Teri K

    Use World Harbors Sweet & Sour as a dipping sauce for egg rolls, shrimp or chicken fingers

  • cris berina

    a simple spinach salad, splash on natural nanako mix with orange jam season to taste with salt & pepper.

  • Charity

    Favorite tip is to use it as a base for BBQ sauce.

  • http://bohemianfrenchcountry.blogspot.com Lindsey

    I like the Red Pepper Seasoned Rice Vinegar: Use as a delicious tangy base for barbecue sauce. I love adding extra flavor to my BBQ sauces, I’m sure it would be great for a kick in a salad dressing as well!

  • Alison F

    Splash on fresh tomato slices

  • Crystal Mullins

    Use as a tangy base for tomato-based barbecue sauces.

  • Lyndsey

    I love using their rice vinegar in salad dressings and marinades! I’ve been using them for years!

  • Sarah

    I went on and looked at the Splash recipes. I would LOVE to try sushi rice : ) i never knew you could use rice vinegar for so many things!

  • Cynthia

    Splash on fresh tomatoes

  • Sandy L

    A splash on cucumbers and onion is great

  • Margaret

    Adding to mayonaise and Dijon mustard for a sandwich spread.

  • dawn

    splash on fresh tomatoes!

  • Holly M.

    The splash tip that sounded best to me was brushing over grilled vegetables. I love grilled veggies, but always like to try new things with them!

  • Theresa

    I’d try it in BBQ sauce

  • Ana

    Rice vinegar on an avocado sounds interesting!

  • Linda

    I like this tip
    Stir into mayonnaise and Dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread

  • Summer

    My favorite tip is “splash on fresh tomato slices” because I’m not a huge tomato fan, so I’m always looking for ways to make fresh tomatoes more appealing.

  • AngieJ

    Stir into Boston-style baked beans.

  • Allison G.

    I love “Stir into mayonnaise and Dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread” I use that mix as a base for my dijon chicken salad. It is delicious!

  • LADY DI

    My favorite slpash tip recipe would be..1 sliced cucumber in 1 cup seasoned rice wine vinegar, 1-2 tabs of splenda, fresh mint, a dash red pepper flakes and salt. Let sit at least 15 mins. So fresh tasting and sooo good, Enjoy!

  • Rachel

    My favorite is for the Balsamic Blend seasoned rice vinegar: Brush over grilled vegetables. This sounds fantastic!

  • Elizabeth Neale

    Great video for Dragon Fire Grilled Steak “splash” Nakano” rice vinegar. Yummo.

  • http://www.angelasquarterhorses.com AQHorse

    Balsamic & grilled vegetables – that’s the right idea for me!

  • Amanda Y.

    Use the basil & oregano as a tangy dressing by itself.

  • Jessica

    Cut a ripe avocado in half and remove pit. Pour seasoned rice vinegar into each half and eat with a spoon

  • Stephanie Elliott

    My favorite tip: Use alone as a light and tangy salad dressing!

  • Carrie

    We eat the Original flavor around here like it is water! Love the stuff! My favorite tip is to add it to salads – we do this daily – in addition to our normal dressing. It just ups the taste a notch. We can definitely tell when we’ve forgotten to add it. Thanks!

  • Kristina L.

    I would do the tip of splashing the basil & oregano seasoned rice vinegar right onto tomato slices.

  • Melody

    I never thought to put some on rice or just about any vegetable for a light flavor accent.

  • AC

    Lime splash makes my food taste better.

  • THERESA

    WE LOVE IT SPLASHED ON FRIES!!

  • Crystal K.

    Use as a tangy base for tomato-based barbecue sauces.

  • Donna B.

    My favorite splash tip is for NAKANO® – Basil & Oregano Seasoned Rice Vinegar

    •Splash on fresh tomato slices

  • Rhonda

    Here’s the favorite tip: Stir into mayonnaise and Dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread.

    In our house, we use it to make a dressing for black bean/corn salad. Delicious!

  • http://grandgiveaways.wordpress.com Mami2jcn

    Add World Harbors Teriyaki, Fajita or Jerk to your ground beef or turkey to give your burgers a great kick of flavor.

  • http://theworldaccordingtotinac.blogspot.com/ Kristina Cant

    My favorite splash tip is using it as a salad dressing.

  • Lou

    I’d use it to make sushi rice of course!

  • Amanda

    My favorite is “Cut a ripe avocado in half and remove pit. Pour seasoned rice vinegar into each half and eat with a spoon.” I love avocados!

  • Elizabeth Bone

    I like the idea of being able to use it instead of wine in recipes as I don’t use wine.

  • Carrie

    I like the idea of the Garlic vinegar tossed in pasta and mix in some veggies. I love cold pastas and this sounds amazing!

  • Robin D

    “Stir into mayonnaise and Dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread.”

  • Jennifer

    I love the delicious salad dressing suggestion.

  • Jen

    stir into mayo and dijon mustard tip

  • Jessica

    My favorite tip is to splash on fresh tomato slices – I love tomato sandwiches when I get them fresh from the farmer’s market… yum!

  • Diana

    This looked good “Pour on World Harbors Italian Grill to pasta and fresh veggies for a great salad”

  • Carina

    My favorite is to splash it on a baked potato. Would have to try that!

  • erika h.

    Stir into Boston style baked beans!

  • Tatiana

    splash on fresh tomato slices

  • cris

    slash on fresh tomato slices, although I use it for a lot of other dishes – a staple in my pantry

  • Carey

    I like the splash tip of using the balsalmic blend rice vinegar as a tangy substitute for regular balsalmic vinegar. Sounds yummy.

  • Bobbie

    Stir into mayonnaise and Dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread, yum!

  • Stephanie

    Splash on fresh tomato slices, would be wonderful!

  • Brad

    Splash it on a baked potato.

  • Nancy V.

    Gotta love it on a salad!! YUM : )

  • Michelle

    Splash on fresh tomato slices. So fresh.

  • Lee

    I add a splash to my peanut butter noodles it gives it a zing.

  • Lisa Kaplan

    Splashed on an avocado!

  • Sandy Treece

    Splash on fresh tomato slices! Yummy!

  • Scarlett

    Probably putting it on an avocado and eating it. I like avocados!

  • Jessie C.

    This one sounds yummy- Use as a tangy base for tomato-based barbecue sauces.

  • Sandy

    I just might start cooking again……this sounds easy…please give me a chance

  • Mari

    I liked this tip: Use Nakano vinegar in Cole slaw as a fat-free replacement for mayonnaise.

  • Jeri

    Pouring Seasoned rice vinegar on an avocado half and eating it with a spoon is m favorite splash tip! Yum!

  • Becky

    My fave splash tip is to stir it into mayo – definitely cheaper & probably better than buying fancy mayos!

  • Christine B

    So many… You can splash Basil and Oregano Rice Vinegar on cold Pasta salads…Yummy.

  • HappyMomC

    My favorite splash tip is “Use as a tangy base for tomato-based barbecue sauces.”!

  • Snoogums

    Nakano is just what I use over vegetable pasta or add a taste to pickled cucumber. For favorite Splash tip, I would pick “… toss with leftover pasta or rice, shredded carrots, sliced cucumbers, and toasted almonds.”

  • http://proudpatriot07.wordpress.com AmyLauren

    My favorite splash tip is that you can splash these into salads and marinades for added flavor.

  • Talia

    I like “•Add to ground beef or turkey to give burgers a great kick of flavor”. That is for the fajita one.

  • Mike

    I would like to try the Garlic vinegar tossed in pasta and mix in some veggies.

  • Tina M

    Splash on fresh tomato slices and cheese

  • Meredith

    Splash on tomato slices. Yummy! :)

  • Lucy Blea

    I use this on my Kung Pao chicken.

  • Maureen

    mayo and dijon sandwich spread

  • Debbie

    I like “use as a delicious tangy base for BBQ sauce.” I would love to try it!

  • Sunnie

    I would pour it on fresh tomatoes!

  • alice

    My fav would be to make salad dressing or marinate chx!

  • sun

    Stir into mayo and dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread…mmmm!

  • http://www.pheobie.blogspot.com Pheobie

    Pour seasoned rice vinegar over sliced avocado!

  • Sharla

    Use as a tangy base for tomato-based barbecue sauces.

  • Sara

    My favorite Splash tip: Add to stews and soups

  • Pam

    “Brush over grilled vegetables”….interesting!

  • lisa piq

    Red Pepper Seasoned Rice Vinegar
    Quick & Easy Tips

    •Adds a flavorful kick to meat or seafood marinades,
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  • Elizabeth

    “Use as a delicious tangy base for barbecue sauce”

  • meeyeehere

    Use as a base for BBQ sauce!!! Sounds really good to me!
    jacksoncrisman@yahoo.com

  • Melissa

    Splash on fresh tomatoes

  • Christina Greiner

    •Stir into wasabi for tangy heat!

  • Sue D

    I can use it to make barbeque sauce.

  • Cris Richman

    sure it would make a great BBQ sauce but I like to use it when pickling artichoke hearts.
    truthhole@gmail.com

  • jade1977

    For a quick lunch salad, toss with leftover pasta or rice, shredded carrots, sliced cucumbers, and toasted almonds. – sounds yummy!

  • Kathy

    This splash tip sounds great: Brush over thick-sliced red onions and drizzle with olive oil; season with salt and pepper. Grill or pan-fry until slightly browned and softened

  • rhonda mills

    I have used it before but this really sounds terrific. My mom gets out of the hospital today so I will cook this for her tonight.
    •Brush over thick-sliced red onions and drizzle with olive oil; season with salt and pepper. Grill or pan-fry until slightly browned and softened. Serve with grilled meats or chicken.

  • Renee

    One night I had run out of regular vinegar for oil & vinegar salad dressing, so I used Nakano garlic flavored vinegar, canola oil, and rosemary. My salad was delicious!

  • John

    The Nakano rice vinegars are great in pasta salads.

  • Catherine

    I love the tip of using Nakano instead of mayonnaise on cole slaw – I’ll bet that’d be so yummy – not to mention more healthful!

  • linda

    this one sounds good “Stir into mayo and dijon mustard for a lively sandwich spread”

  • Gina

    splash on fresh sliced tomato

  • Deanna G.

    My favorite is “Use alone as a light and tangy salad dressing”

  • Andrea Watts

    Use as a tangy base for tomato-based barbecue sauces.

  • Tammy M.

    Mix some rice vinegar with a little olive oil, a dash of salt & pepper and oregano for an amazing salad dressing!

  • Elizabeth B

    I like this tip:
    “Use as a tangy base for tomato-based barbecue sauces.”

  • Liz

    always under-season food, it’s easier to add than remove!

  • Ellen C.

    I like the idea of pouring world harbors italian on pasta for a great salad. Thanks for the chance.