New Way for Olive Oil to Light up Religious Rituals

An inventor in Israel has found a way to make solid olive oil candles that could be popular for use in religious ceremonies and other commemorations.

Did Someone Give You the Evil Eye? There’s One Way to Find Out

You got a strange look just before everything started to go wrong. Better grab your olive oil and know for sure.
Special Report

Giorgio Armani Designs Vestments with Olive Motif for Sicily Bishop

It's an Armani design out of reach for all but one. Vestments worn by the bishop of Pantelleria are adorned with olive branches, starfish, scallops and seaweed.

Olive Oil an Important Part of the Festival of Lights

One of the most important rituals of the festival celebrates the miracle of the flask of olive oil that was supposed to last for one day but burned for eight.
Olive Oil Times Special

The Gods Must Be Foodies

Olive oil really found its legs when it won a popularity contest between two Greek gods, Poseidon and Athena.