Mom in Training: CLOSED: Carapelli 100% Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil Giveaway 5-30

May 16, 2011

CLOSED: Carapelli 100% Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil Giveaway 5-30

  • Made solely from the first cold pressing of the finest 100% Italian olives
  • Intense, robust flavor and aroma
  • Perfect for dipping, salads, marinades and flavoring entrées or side dishes
Baking Conversion Chart
If your recipe calls for butter or margarine, make a healthful substitute with Carapelli Olive Oil. Simply follow the guideline indicated here.
You can click the chart to make it larger for printing.  This is a great tool to have in your kitchen!


My Take: 
I used the Carapelli 100% Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil on spinach salad along with some dried cranberries and croutons.  It had a nice smooth flavor, not overwhelming and strong like some oil based dressings can have. Really unless you had actually seen me pour it on you wouldn't have known that is what I used.  I like the flavor of it on my salad and it's good for me too! We had already been switching to olive oil in many dishes to help with our weight loss, but I had never thought of putting it plain on salad. The Italian component of this olive oil gives it just the right amount of flavor though, and paired with the dried cranberries it was great. And now that I have the handy conversion chart I can start using my olive oil more in my cooking.


Giveaway CLOSED - Congratulations to the winner you have been notified via email and have 48 hours to reply or a new winner will be chosen.

Win it: One lucky reader will win a 17 oz. bottle of Carapelli Premium 100% Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil. This giveaway will end May 30th at 10 PM EST. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to my email. If no response, a new winner will be chosen. Open to residents of the US.

Mandatory Entry: (Mandatory entry must be completed first or bonus entries don't count.)  *Tell me which tip from this Carapelli tips page you'd like to incorporate in your kitchen.

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  1. I knew I would love one of the bread dipping tips. I LOVE bread. I chose this tip, yum: Place a scoop of olive tapenade in the center of a small plate. Pour our Carapelli Premium or Extra Virgin Olive Oils around the tapenade and use with your favorite breads for dipping.

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  7. I love to dip bread in olive oil and the tip to add Parmesan sounds delicious--I like the tip to ad a bit of black pepper, too and might do both.
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  11. I like this one-Add roasted garlic to our Carapelli Premium or Extra Virgin Olive Oils. This mellow combination is great with bread!

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  16. I like the idea of adding roasted garlic to the olive oil!
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  20. adding roasted garlic to the oil sounds good

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  25. I like this tip. Can't wait to try it: Sauté sliced apples, bananas, pears, peaches, or pineapple in Carapelli Light Olive Oil. Sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar to taste, and serve over ice cream.

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  27. I liked the tips for adding spices, especially garlic and pine nuts, to the oil for bread dipping.

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  33. I love their bread-dipping tips! I will add a swirl of your favorite basil and pine nut pesto to Carapelli Premium or Extra Virgin Olive Oils.
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  38. I like this tip:
    Add chopped sun-dried tomatoes to our Carapelli Premium or Extra Virgin Olive Oils.

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  43. I will Add roasted garlic to Carapelli Premium or Extra Virgin Olive Oils.

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  46. Add freshly grated Parmesan cheese to our Carapelli Premium or Extra Virgin Olive Oils.

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  47. Olive oil can make a very nice substitute for butter. I now prefer it to butter for everything, even on toast. There is an olive oil that enhances any food.

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  48. Never thought of coating a cob of roast corn with olive oil instead of butter.That is the best tip of all.

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  50. I'm going to try this one. Yum!

    Caprese Salad on a bun? You bet! Ripe, red tomatoes sliced thin, fresh buffalo mozzarella drizzled with Carapelli Extra Virgin Olive Oil and splashed with red wine vinegar. Layer with fresh basil and surround this feast with a crusty Italian roll—delicious!

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  51. i adore good olive oil...i don't think a day goes by that i don't use it for something....but i think my favorite tip on their page is "Marinate your favorite cut of beef, chicken or fish in olive oil, garlic and fresh herbs before firing up the grill."

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  56. I would use their tip :
    For herbed oil, add 1 teaspoon fresh chopped herbs such as Italian Parsley, Basil and Rosemary to every 2 tablespoons of our Carapelli Premium or Extra Virgin Olive Oils.

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  59. I like the tip for using Carapelli Light Olive Oil to saute fruit, sprinkle with cinnamon sugar and serve with ice cream!

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  60. When assembling pasta dishes such as lasagna, brush cooked noodles with olive oil for easier handling.

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  61. I like this tip:
    Lightly sauté vegetables for soup in Carapelli Mild Olive Oil to bring out their natural sweetness before adding to your soup stock.

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  68. my favorite tip:

    For herbed oil, add 1 teaspoon fresh chopped herbs such as Italian Parsley, Basil and Rosemary to every 2 tablespoons of our Carapelli Premium or Extra Virgin Olive Oils.

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  72. I'd love to try this tip: · For herbed oil, add 1 teaspoon fresh chopped herbs such as Italian Parsley, Basil and Rosemary to every 2 tablespoons of our Carapelli Premium or Extra Virgin Olive Oils.
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  73. I like the tip Soups and Sides


    · Brush corn on the cob with olive oil. Season to taste with salt, pepper, and fresh herbs.

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  74. Add chopped sun-dried tomatoes sounds yummy
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  79. Never heard of this: Gently warm olive oil and use as a delicious dip for lobster or crab. Hmm. I always used butter, but this is worth a try. writer61@yahoo.com

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  81. I saw this tip: "Brush corn on the cob with olive oil. Season to taste with salt, pepper, and fresh herbs." I am def going to try this next time I make corn on the cob!

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  88. I like this tip...Add fresh, coarse ground black pepper to our Carapelli Premium or Extra Virgin Olive Oils. We love pepper in this house!
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  94. AnonymousMay 20, 2011

    I'd love the corn on the cob with olive oil.

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  96. My favorite Tip would have to be "Sauté sliced apples, bananas, pears, peaches, or pineapple in Carapelli Light Olive Oil. Sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar to taste, and serve over ice cream" - Mainly because (believe it or not!) I ALREADY Knew and DO ALL of the others (Tips)!

    To my mind, Olive Oil is as basic and essential to cooking/good eating at salt and pepper~

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  101. I would def. use the tip about added freshly grated Parmesan cheese! Love, love cheese:)
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  107. i'd love to try the sauted apples!
    "Sauté sliced apples, bananas, pears, peaches, or pineapple in Carapelli Light Olive Oil. Sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar to taste, and serve over ice cream"
    YUM!
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  116. i liked the tip on adding roasted garlic

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  119. "When assembling pasta dishes such as lasagna, brush cooked noodles with olive oil for easier handling."

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  122. I like to incorporate adding 1 teaspoon fresh chopped herbs such as Italian Parsley, Basil and Rosemary to every 2 tablespoons of our Carapelli Premium or Extra Virgin Olive Oils.

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  127. AnonymousMay 27, 2011

    I like the tip about brushing some on corn on the cob! what a great idea!

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  132. I tweeted about giveaway Win a Bottle of Carapelli Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil http://bit.ly/az5Dls (Ends 5-30) #Giveaways #win @smtilton


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  133. I went to the website and the tip i would like to make in my kitchen is Main Courses

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  135. I think the tip to add roasted garlic to the olive oil sounds delicious!

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  140. Lightly sauté vegetables for soup in Carapelli Mild Olive Oil to bring out their natural sweetness before adding to your soup stock!
    I'm going to try this one!
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  143. I think my hubby should definitely "Rub olive oil on a cold grill so foods won't stick"! I never thought of that!

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  150. AnonymousMay 29, 2011

    I like the tip of using olive oil as a replacement for butter. hanovertomato at yahoo dot com

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  151. Paula M.May 29, 2011

    I would like to brush corn on the cob with olive oil.
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  156. The Carapelli tip I will use in my kitchen is to brush potatoes before baking in the oven with olive oil to add a tasty crispness to the peel.
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  158. I would like to try one of the Soup and sides tips expecially the brush corn on the cob with olive oil. Season to taste with salt, pepper and fresh herbs :)
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  164. AnonymousMay 29, 2011

    I never thought of it but I am going to start replacing butter on corn on the cob with the olive oil.
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  165. For herbed oil, add 1 teaspoon fresh chopped herbs such as Italian Parsley, Basil and Rosemary to every 2 tablespoons of our Carapelli Premium or Extra Virgin Olive Oils.


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  169. Brushing corn on the cob with olive oil is a great tip. I don't know why I've never thought of that.....

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  170. Oooh I'm going to try this:
    Try a flavorful twist on a grilled cheese sandwich—brush the outside of the bread (top and bottom) with olive oil instead of using butter

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  172. I loved the saute the banana,, bread...then sprinkle with cinnamon...
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  173. I'd like to try adding roasted garlic to the oil and then dip bread.
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  174. I am going to try this tip:Brush corn on the cob with olive oil. Season to taste with salt, pepper, and fresh herbs. So much healthier than butter.
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  176. I like the tip to add roasted garlic to the olive oil. Also, brushing it on corn on the cob sounds really yummy!

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  181. I love the tip of adding roasted garlic to their Carapelli Olive Oils. We love doing this and dipping our sourdough bread in it!!
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  187. I like this tip...
    "· Brush potatoes with olive oil before baking to make the outside crispy and flavorful."
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