Definition of kalamata
: a brine-cured black olive grown in Greece
Recent Examples of kalamata from the Web
Capers and kalamata olives add a briny salty flavor.
The olive dressing, with its mix of green and kalamata, provided the fireworks.
Ellise Pierce Special to the Star-Telegram Asparagus, ricotta and kalamata olive salad can be doubled or tripled depending on the crowd.
Asparagus, ricotta and kalamata olive salad can be doubled or tripled depending on the crowd.
Dijon mustard 2 Persian cucumbers, sliced 1/2 c. kalamata olives, torn Combine oil, vinegar, fennel seeds, and mustard in a small jar with a tight-fitting lid.
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Origin and Etymology of kalamata
Kalamata, port in Greece
First Known Use: 1978See Words from the same year
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