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Use of fine oils...

RRPRRP Posts: 21,931
edited 4:21PM in EggHead Forum
Guess I'm really talkative tonight, huh?
Anyway wifey came home today with a package of 4 small bottles of "Fine Oils" The box touts it "For baking, sauteing, deserts , marinades or sauces." They are:
Garlic oil
Lemon Pepper
Roasted Chili
Anybody ever heard of or use these oils?

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  • djm5x9djm5x9 Posts: 1,342
    RRP:[p]Yeah, those frau-frau specialty cooking oils can be rather expensive. I have flavored olive oil at different times with garlic, thyme, Greek oregano and a few other things. I crush, chop, mince (depending upon what it is) with a whole sprig or clove for looks and add to the olive oil in a used olive oil bottle with a pour cap. May not be right, but no one has complained yet . . .
  • Char-WoodyChar-Woody Posts: 2,642
    RRP, 5x9 has it all wrong..that stuff is address is..: XXXXXXX...I pay postage!! :-)

  • alternityalternity Posts: 49
    I have some Truffle Oil which I use on specialty stuff and is really nice ($$ too)[p]Mostly I use olive oil and Peanut oil.

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