Famous Philly chef says can't live without Greek Olive Oil Written by  Thursday, 11 February 2016
Chef Reveals of Eater Philly magazine asked Bobby Saritsoglou to show his most prized cooking possessions. Amongst the most valuable items in his kitchen one can see cast iron pans, preserved and fresh lemons, Greek olive oil, Cretan honey, spices, wooden dowel, spoon collection, homemade pita and pastourma.

According to Eater Philly Saritsoglou imports bottles from Greece to New York, and brings him bottles not available anywhere in Philly. He uses them to brush onto dough, drizzle over meat, marinate and more. Saritsoglou says "In Greek cooking, it's the most important thing. Greeks consume more olive oil than any other country in the world."

Saritsoglou currently cooks in OPA, one of the best restaurants in Philadelphia.