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Kitchen Play Partners with Lindsay Olives in Dynamic Culinary Series

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Casey Benedict
PO Box 65
Malvern, PA  19355

Kitchen Play and Lindsay Olives have teamed up on a culinary event like no other: the Kitchen PlayProgressive Party. In this monthly event, six food bloggers are challenged to incorporate the same ingredient into six wildly different courses, ranging from cocktail to dessert. The November Progressive Party is being sponsored by Lindsay Olives, and participants selected from a wide variety of Lindsay Olives products to create each original dish.

“Lindsay Olives is a natural fit as a Progressive Party sponsor,” says Casey Benedict, founder of Kitchen Play. “The company’s extensive selection of olives ensured that each food blogger would find a product that would inspire a mouth-watering recipe. In turn, the collection of recipes created for this event reflects the versatility of the Lindsay Olives product line.”

Most notably, one food blogger highlighted Pitted Kalamata Olives in a yeast bread which ultimately became a dessert French Toast. The blogger assigned the cocktail course, took inspiration from two traditional drinks—the Margarita and the Bloody Mary—to create a signature drink, The Bloody Olivia, using Spicy Jalapeno Olives. And one participant put a delicious twist on an old favorite by adding Black and Green Ripe Pitted Olives to phyllo-wrapped Brie.

“We’re delighted to partner with Kitchen Play on this innovative, fun and delicious initiative,” says Jen Fuchs, associate consumer marketing manager, Lindsay Olives. “We highly value the close interaction we have with olive lovers through social media programs like these and are thrilled to have creative new recipes that showcase our olives at their very best.”

As part of the event, Lindsay Olives is also hosting a giveaway on Kitchen Play where additional food bloggers can try the Progressive Party recipes for a chance to win one of six $100 prizes. 

About Lindsay Olives

Lindsay Olives provides a full line of olives, ranging from the delicious, savory California black ripe olives to more exotic imported varieties, like stuffed Spanish Queens and Greek Kalamatas. For wonderful recipes and serving suggestions, please visit Join Lindsay Olives on Facebook! 

Lindsay Olives’ parent company Bell-Carter Foods, Inc. was established in 1912 in Berkeley, CA, and now produces more than 10 million cases of olives annually, making it the largest U.S. table olive processor. Always family owned, the company is headquartered in Lafayette, CA and processes olives in Corning, CA.

About Kitchen Play

Kitchen Play is a ground-breaking website devoted to connecting food bloggers and home cooks to the public relations and marketing industries. Kitchen Play features dynamic culinary events sponsored by national brands, agricultural commodities and family-owned and -run businesses. These events include the Progressive Party, SideCar Series and Pampered Pantry. For more information, please visit

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