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What is tapenade?

Tapenade is an olive-based Provençal condiment.

To make it, you pound together olives, capers and anchovies with a mortar and pestle (or a food processor), plus olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, herbs and a possible drop of Cognac. The end result is a slightly chunky paste you can spread on toasted baguette slices or scoop up with raw vegetables. Tapenade can also be spread on fish before baking, blended with roasted vegetables or served as an accompaniment to grilled meats.

Reference: What's the difference between a sardine and an anchovy? (Cookthink)
Reference: What are herbes de Provence? (Cookthink)
Recipe: Pan-Seared Chicken With Two-Olive Tapenade And Sun-Dried Tomato Cream (hogwash)
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