A fancy (yet inexpensive) way to dress up olives.6 Comments
Lose Weight Fast says
Love surprising my dinner guests with something new or at least different than the same old. Great idea, thanks for sharing your tip.
Hey Lose Weight Fast (I'll have to check out your blog)!
I know what you mean, I need to break free from chips/salsa/cheese for my guest snacks! I'm always on the lookout for something new that doesn't take more time that meal preparation!
Thanks for the comment!
Hello Lyndi, after reading this post, I keep asking myself "why did I think of this?" lol.. Anyway, thanks for sharing. If you wont mind I'd love to guide Foodista readers to your post. Just add the foodista widget to the end of this post so it will appear in the Foodista pages and it's all set, Thanks!
I added the Foodista widget! Is that your recipe for the olive marinade? I love the idea of adding garlic and the bay leaf. Hopefully others will use the widget, get that recipe, and explore Foodista, too. It's a neat site!
Thanks for the comment! Keep 'em coming! 🙂
Did you like the recipe? You can also put other foodista widget in your past and future blogs so that other foodista reader will follow it. If you have extra time, try to look around the site more or create and account so we can message each other. Anyway I'm glad you liked it. Have a good day!
Hi Christine, yes and I like the garlic suggestion! I forget about foodista all the time and I really shouldn't! It's a great site (www.foodista.com). I realllly need to spend some time back in there! Message you soon! 🙂
Have a great day, too!
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