At EVOO Foods, it all goes back to 1936 when Joseph Sciabica wanted to show California the wonders of extra virgin olive oil with the launch of Sciabica's Olive Oil. Fast forward five generations and brothers Nicholas and Andrew Sciabica, along with a few culinary schoolmates, have opened the doors to the EVOO Foods truck, blending Italian, Mexican, and Asian fare (all on the backbone of high quality extra virgin olive oil) in Orange County, CA.
The specialty bacon mac 'n' cheese with a smoked gouda cheddar sauce in EVOO roux is always a perfect move, as are any of the tacos (packed with things like braised chicken and walnuts, chickpea mash, and more). Don't sleep on dessert either —you need one of those olive oil cookies. Find EVOO Foods in Orange County, or have 'em cater your next event.
Death by Burrito — Popcorn chicken, cheese sauce, sour cream, Sriracha, and chives in a flour tortilla
EVOO Foods is based on the idea that extra virgin olive oil is not only healthy for you, but it is the unique flavor profile that makes the base for an amazing dish.
My grandma began to teach me when I was young and at 19 I went to culinary school with my brother.
I wanted to share what I grew up with – delicious family olive oil and making unique creations with all different flavors of oil.
My great grandpa has been my inspiration since day one. He was a passionate man about the wonders of EVOO and I wanted to continue the legacy.
My favorite catering so far has been the company holiday party. The staff was kind, everyone was having a good time, and people loved the food.
Death by Burrito