The end of the year¬†holidays¬†are over, but here in the Northeast and in many parts of the country,¬†winter is kicking into high gear. ¬†Many of us are trying to start off the new year on the right foot, by¬†eating healthy and leaving all those sweet delicious¬†treats behind. ¬†The challenge is real, no doubt.¬†Comfort foods are just that - comfort for¬†when the cold winds blow and whistle past your windows, reminding you of that steaming¬†cup of hot cocoa with pillowy marshmallows, waiting to be sipped and savored as you seek release from the¬†icy grip of old man winter.
We love October at Olive Lucy. ¬†It marks the begining of the Fall and holiday season. ¬†With the change in weather and the turning of the leaves from fresh¬†green to the bright and warm colors of burnt red, orange and yellow, we look forward to the crisp autumn air and all the seasonal cooking that is about to begin.
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Happy Reading and Eating,
In the Fall of 2017, Rishona Myers, owner of Olive Lucy, was interviewed, by Elise Deming, a registered retail nutritionist who writes for Philly.com about what consumers should look for when purchasing Extra Virgin Olive Oil.¬†
Rishona informed Ms. Deming of the importance of what to look for when purchasing your Extra Virgin Olive Oil including:
Welcome to the first Olive Lucy newsletter of 2018. ¬†In this edition¬†we've provided a quick update on what we've been up to since the Holidays, announced the addition of some new Extra Virgin Olive Oils¬†that came in as well as the opening of our Jenkintown location,¬†and put out a whole calendar of events for the secon half of March and the first half of April.
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