Definition of tapenade
: a seasoned spread made chiefly with mashed black olives, capers, and anchovies
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Bar bites include marinated olives ($4), Bulgarian feta with olive tapenade and toast ($4) and burrata with olive oil, sea salt and toast ($9).
Eggplant slices; with tapenade-flavored mayonnaise 10.
The wonderful tiny fish were tucked in a shallow tin can with olive tapenade, lemon aioli and a thick slice of brown bread.
The human menu features fresh, seasonally inspired dishes heavy on summer produce—grilled chicken with black olive tapenade, a quinoa and kale salad with goat cheese and pomegranate seeds, and chilled summer peaches in white wine syrup.
His take on a Nicoise salad uses mizuna, a poached egg and black olive tapenade.
Individualized pickled vegetables, mustards and tapenades that go with each charcuterie item offer a nice, customized touch.
Give green beans a touch of the Provençal with an almond, olive, parsley and lemon zest tapenade.
In love with Provence Brennan’s specialty is the cooking of Provence, situated in southeastern France and familiarly known for its aiolis, tapenades and herbs de Provence.
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