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France Magazine French olives take an exotic lift in Les Terriors de Marrakech Extra Virgin Olive OIl, a cuvée of Picholine du Languedoc infused with Morcoccan Menara and Haouzia varieties. Fans of the complex blend include discerning Joël Robuchon.

France Magazine

French olives take an exotic lift in Les Terriors de Marrakech Extra Virgin Olive OIl, a cuvée of Picholine du Languedoc infused with Morcoccan Menara and Haouzia varieties. Fans of the complex blend include discerning Joël Robuchon.

Finecooking.com Harissa is a North African condiment made with chilies, roasted red pepper, and tomato. Villa Jerada's is our favorite. It's mild heat and light creamy texture are great with red meat or on goat's cheese-slathered crostini.

Finecooking.com

Harissa is a North African condiment made with chilies, roasted red pepper, and tomato. Villa Jerada's is our favorite. It's mild heat and light creamy texture are great with red meat or on goat's cheese-slathered crostini.

Food & Wine Magazine Top 10 Objects of Obsession: Villa Jerada Harissa

Food & Wine Magazine

Top 10 Objects of Obsession: Villa Jerada Harissa

  Seattle Magazine Almond butter is one of those things I can’t live without. Coffee. Red wine. Almond butter. Cheese. Probably in that order. But this stuff--this stuff--may just push red wine out of the No. 2 spot. Seattle-based Villa Jerada, which specializes in Moroccan spices and products, makes its almond butter in the ancient Moroccan tradition. Amlou, as it is known, is a blend of culinary argan oil and almonds, to which Villa Jerada adds wildflower honey from Washington. They source the fair trade organic culinary argan oil from Southwestern Morocco and almonds from California. Argan oil has a naturally nutty flavor, so the whole experience, from the creamy rich texture, dark caramel color, and slightly sweet depth, is a notch higher than any nut butter I’ve had.     -Jessica Yadegaran

 

Seattle Magazine

Almond butter is one of those things I can’t live without. Coffee. Red wine. Almond butter. Cheese. Probably in that order. But this stuff--this stuff--may just push red wine out of the No. 2 spot.

Seattle-based Villa Jerada, which specializes in Moroccan spices and products, makes its almond butter in the ancient Moroccan tradition. Amlou, as it is known, is a blend of culinary argan oil and almonds, to which Villa Jerada adds wildflower honey from Washington. They source the fair trade organic culinary argan oil from Southwestern Morocco and almonds from California. Argan oil has a naturally nutty flavor, so the whole experience, from the creamy rich texture, dark caramel color, and slightly sweet depth, is a notch higher than any nut butter I’ve had.    

-Jessica Yadegaran

Seattle Met Magazine Food Lovers A-Z Guide to Seattle: Villa Jerada Harissa

Seattle Met Magazine

Food Lovers A-Z Guide to Seattle: Villa Jerada Harissa

Conde Naste Traveller Featured: Villa Jerada Kefta Rub

Conde Naste Traveller

Featured: Villa Jerada Kefta Rub