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Proprietors bark up another tree

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Brian Wettstein and Jeff Brow weren't satisfied with selling designer dog collars and whole-grain puppy treats to the canine clientele of their shop, The Doggie Door. No, they had to venture into the world of human treats, as well.

Wander through the people door of their latest venture, Olive This, Relish That (346 N. Park Ave., Winter Park; 407-644-1966) for an appetizing experience. Gracing the shelves are olive oils from Oliviers & Co. (an exclusive French distributor that actually employs oil tasters), tapenades, mustards, relishes and jams from Stonewall Kitchens, including an outrageous sour-cherry jam that's so good they have trouble keeping it in stock. Fresh breads are shipped in daily from Old Hearth in Cassel-berry, and the freshly baked scones are tempting enough to break most diets. And, according to Brow, OTRT has the "largest selection of martini olives in town."


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