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Souvla’s Greek Seasoning Blends and Oils Now Available at Williams Sonoma

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Inspired by the neighborhood souvlaki restaurants in Greece, Souvla’s San Francisco fast-fine dining eateries are well-known for the delicious roasted, naturally-raised meats on their menu. Williams Sonoma, the retailer selling kitchen-wares and home furnishings and headquartered in San Francisco, has now partnered with Souvla to bring that signature Greek flavor to home cooks across the country with fragrant seasoning blends and oils.

Among the products available at Williams Sonoma, Souvla’s Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Greece, Greek Herb Olive Oil, Harissa Spice Blend, and Lemon Garlic Seasoning.

Also available, according to the Williams Sonoma website, “Granch,” Souvla’s signature spin on ranch dressing, a fragrant seasoning and an original blend of buttermilk powder, Greek herbs and spices. Just follow Souvla's simple recipe, adding Greek yogurt, lemon juice, and salt. Serve your "Granch" dressing with grilled chicken – or use it as a dipping sauce for fresh vegetables. It also makes a great salad dressing or marinade.

A collection of all five of the Souvla products is also available from Williams Sonoma.

More information is available online: https://www.williams-sonoma.com/shop/food/meet-the-makers/souvla/?isx=0.0.1360.

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