I told you the story here of Oliviera, a little olive oil shop and restaurant in Nice, France, that is bound up for me in memories of being newly married and having a rather magical late honeymoon in the south of France. The taste of the olive oil we bought there, though, is not just warm nostalgia; it is still some of the most delicious olive oil I've ever tasted.
What about you? What are the best edible souvenirs you've ever brought home from travel — international or otherwise? And what do you do when those tasty things run out?
More Travel Souvenirs:
• 5 Souvenir Ideas for Food-Lovers and their Kitchens
• Edible Souvenirs: Rules for Bringing Food and Drink Back Into the United States
• What's Your Favorite Kitchen-Related Travel Souvenir?
• Food Shopping in Paris and Montmartre with Chocolate & Zucchini’s Clotilde Dusoulier
• Five Things to Eat (and Drink) From Nice, France
(Images: Gregory Han; Leela Cyd Ross)