Most people at first think that Tapenade would be disgusting, but, according to Carly and Spencer, it's actually really good. They like eating it with little crackers.
Preparation: Tapenade's base ingredient is olive. The olives (most commonly black olive) and capers are finely chopped, crushed, or blended. Olive oil is then added until the mixture becomes a paste. Tapenade is often flavored differently in varying regions with other ingredients such as garlic, herbs, anchovies, lemon juice, or brandy
Serving: It can be used as an appetizer when served with crackers, crusty bread or crudités. It can also be used as a condiment.