Thursday, January 14, 2010

LUCIA'S OIL - 2


Not a bottle of Amaretto [sorry, DD] but a bottle of Lucia's new olive oil, which she so kindly brought me today. It tastes divine!

11 comments:

PinkAcorn said...

A little Amaretto in the olive oil might not be a bad idea!

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

What a good idea, pink!

RNSANE said...

I brought home olive oil from Lucca since my taxi drive, Roberto, said it is one of the finest olive oils in Italy. I also bought some in Spain. One of the finest I ever had, though, was from my given to my by a doctor friend in Corinth, Greece, pressed from his own olive farm. It just didn't last long enough!

Devonshire Dumpling said...

I got very excited for a minute seeing that name on the bottle!

lakeviewer said...

Ah, I know that taste of real fresh olive oil. Thanks for your kind words on my blog.

fullet said...

If there's no oil I don't eat! This one looks delicious, mmm... Buon appetito! :)

Winchester whisperer said...

L'olio della Santa Lucia - bella!

Mopsa said...

that's a gift I would welcome too!

jams o donnell said...

I was thinking that Amaretto oil might be interesting but how nice to be avle to use any bottle you like for your home produced olive oil... Now that is a thing to envy!

Lost in Sicily said...

Nothing like the real thing....lucky you! (and happy 2010!)

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Hi, Carmen. Lucca olive oil is wonderful, too. The Corinth one must have been fantastic. Sorry again, DD! My pleasure, lakeviewer. Hi, fullet. I'm the same! Bellissima, WW. Ciao, Mopsa and Happy New Year. Hi, jams. I envy my friends here who have olive trees, too. Welcome back, Lost and Happy New Year.

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