Global Pantry: Styrian Toasted Pumpkin-Seed Oil
The flavor is nutty with earthy undertones, reminiscent of Mexican roasted pumpkin seeds (pepitas), but much more intense. It makes a great dip for crusty bread; that combination makes a fast, easy snack that's perfect for a wine tasting or aperitifs. A friend who visited Styria said that there they use it in a dressing for cold meat salads--there are some recipes here. It also makes a good finishing oil for soups, particularly simple winter squash purees.
The stuff is hard to find. Searching for some in SF recently, the only place I found it was Rainbow Grocery (1745 Folsom), which has La Tourangelle's for $15.99 for 250ml. They also have a raw version made from raw pumpkin seeds, which I suspect is more of a health food than a gourmet treat.