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Cisnernos Olives

Cisneros Olives

Cisneros Olives was founded by Ed & Lois Cisneros. The label is a picture of Ed’s father taken in 1940. Our label was created in honor of Ed’s father (Grandpa Joe Cisneros who passed away in 1993).Anthony Cisneros He dearly loved the farming life, as well as raising cattle & horses. He was an avid lover of the olive industry and home cured olives. Mom, (Grandma Katie at age 88) still carries on the family tradition of curing olives.

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A tip from Sue!

Cut down on the splatters as you fry or saute

When you're frying meat or fish you can cut down on the splatters by either using a splatter guard or even easier, by simply using a cover for the frying pan. But adjust your heat down to compensate for the increased heat buildup.