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Ann Odle of Ann About Town featured NAR Gourmet in a blog post titled “A Taste Of Anatolia - Nar Gourmet Products”. In her article, Ann starts with Nar Gourmet’s operations in U.S market: “In 2007, Nar Gourmet began offering regionally-grown and produced line of artisanal vinegars, oils,jams and spices. They have chosen products and ingredients to showcase the rich bounty and regional tastes of the Anatolian area of the Mediterranean. The company recently launched themselves into the U.S. market, and after sampling the products I was sent, they’re sure to be a hit.”

After said that “When I first opened the box, I was really pleased to see how beautifully bottled each item was. They look gorgeous even just sitting on the counter”; she continued to share her taste testing notes: “First thing I did, was bake some biscuits and scoop the jamson–fresh from the oven. The sour cherry jam has a delicious, fresh-fruit taste–not too tart and not too sweet, just lots of cherry taste with whole cherries. The orange peel jam was a little confusing to me. As fun as it looks, the peel is a little tough; so I’m guessing this is not a jam for bread. When I tried it on its own, it was much better. I would definitely use this as an add-on to a cracker and cheese platter. I’ve had a wonderful time the last couple of weeks, tossing the flavored olive oils into various dishes I made at home. First off, I added the chili pepper olive oil to my egg salad. I made enough to last for a couple days worth of egg salad sandwiches; and by the end of the batch, I was sold. Just a big splash (probably about a teaspoon-full or so) infused a sweet/hot flavor into the mix that made my mouth pop with each bite…”

Read the entire article here: A Taste Of Anatolia - Nar Gourmet Products