For years, a trip to the Dimotakis family farm was better than a trip to Disneyland: There were acres of row crops plus a family garden, a small dairy (along with a milk barn to play in), grape vines for homemade wine (and the leaves for dolmathes), every Imaginable kind of fruit and nut tree, an outdoor brick oven for baking bread, cows, goats, sheep, dogs, cats, and birds, and so much more. One thing that many people remember, though, is the business built by Esther's brother Lefty. It started small, with the olives from the farm's trees, which were grown from cuttings brought from But, as the business grew-primarily with Greek/Cretan and Italian communities in northern California since olive oil was so difficult to find at the time-with olives grown on leased land in the foothills around La Grange, CA. The production "plant" was on the farm (also a favorite playground), and where customers would come to buy the product. Here is Esther (in a fantastic coat) with sisters Rae and Virginia at the sign directing people down the long dirt road. Late 1940s. Swipe to see two of the label designs. PS: You may notice a small wooden "Esther" pin on mom's coat lapel. We never remember her wearing it, but we found it in her things after she died. It's a prized heirloom now. #allaboutesther
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