PRMRY Special

PRMRY Special

Happy Holidays!

Here we are at the end of the year! We are so grateful for your support of Olive This Olive That throughout this holiday season and the year. Thank you for sharing the gift of good health and good taste with your family and friends.

There is still time for those last-minute stocking stuffers and gifts. Our table is full of beautifully hand-crafted and painted pottery from Deruta, Italy. I swoon every time I look at the bowl below.

If you don't have time to stop by, our online store has many options in the Gift Ideas category. You might consider the gift that gives all year with a subscription to our Oil & Vinegar Club.

PRMRY Holiday Special!
Purchase one and Receive one Enhance for free. No code necessary!
Wishing everyone a happy holiday. May you feel the love of the season.
Janell xo



Antica Rosa

That's the name of this design. This shallow bowl is nearly 16 inches across and every painted detail is applied by hand. It's stunning. There are many other designs and items such as mugs, olive oil bottles, smaller bowls, and spoon rests. This is a special gift for someone you love. Maybe a gift for yourself :)


PRMRY Extra Virgin

Buy One, Get One

Our holiday special is PRMRY extra virgin (created by me and my business partner, Erin). These finishing oils are best used on raw or cooked foods. Think a drizzle on soup, a healthy dose on dips and cheeses, finish pastas and roasted vegetables! Take your dishes to another level. Purchase one bottle and receive one bottle of Enhance on us! No code necessary.


Cookbooks at OTOT

This Blueberry Ricotta cake is our new favorite breakfast - anytime - baked good. It's light and fruity and comes from Ina Garten's latest cookbook, Go-To Dinners, which we currently have in stock.

We also have Erin Gleeson's Forest Feast Road Trip and Molly Yeh's Home is Where the Eggs Are. It's fabulously funny with simple family focused recipes.



Winter Solstice Vibes

I was honored to be invited to a Solstice Party this year. It was a beautiful time of gathering with friends and family (a long standing tradition of the hosts) that celebrates the longest night of the year - the Yule. A Pagan ritual that symbolizes regeneration, rebirth, and reflection.

We gathered around the fire honoring the four directions and elements, then read prayers and poems. It was a beautiful moment of pause and intention amidst the holiday rush and busy-ness. 

One of my takeaways ... As the days begin to lengthen, enjoy this time of dark to honor our quieter, deeper wisdom that light illuminates. 

The prayer I choose and read is a poem by Rumi.
Set your life on fire. Seek those who fan your flames.