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what can I make to clear of a jar of olilves from my fridge

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WelliesAndPyjamas Sun 20-Jul-08 16:30:03

green olives
they'll never get eaten (bought by my father on his last visit I think and left behind). We're not big olive eaters but I'll eat stuff where they are a main ingredient.

Any thoughts?

Other ingredients I have lots of are: courgette (x 100 hmm), onion, beetroot, potato, cabbage

LittleMyDancingForJoy Sun 20-Jul-08 16:31:49

Pasta sauce with olives, onions and courgettes in it? You could make loads and freeze it?

WelliesAndPyjamas Sun 20-Jul-08 16:33:10

and I can't face chucking them away (too much of a waste), I can't give them to the chickens (too salty), and live too far from anyone to give them away

<<<are we getting soubah off the active convos yet?>>>

WelliesAndPyjamas Sun 20-Jul-08 16:34:39

that is actually a nice simple idea, LMDFJ
pasta sauce is always useful and if I puree it down even DH will eat it without noticing the olives (too much)

LittleMyDancingForJoy Sun 20-Jul-08 16:40:13

let's talk about pasta sauce for ages until that spam tosser is eradicated!

might start some more spurious threads, too.

LittleMyDancingForJoy Sun 20-Jul-08 16:41:10

I made a huge batch of pasta sauce recently and it's so blinking useful - froze loads of tiny portions for DS and larger ones for us, and it's a million times cheaper than jars.

I'm going for some sort of good housekeeping star....

WelliesAndPyjamas Sun 20-Jul-08 16:41:31

grin lot of jars of 'stuff' to clear out of the fridge...could start new threads on all of them... grin

LittleMyDancingForJoy Sun 20-Jul-08 16:47:36

oh yes - individual threads for tiny bowl of poo like substance.

at least a lot of mine look like tiny bowls of poo. Except the onion sauce.

PestoMonster Sun 20-Jul-08 16:50:04

Large glass of dry white wine and place olives in ramekin....

.......... enjoy!!


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