These Easy Lemony Marinated Olives are just the thing for a high-brow holiday bar cart.
I’ve always been a huge lemon fan, even having gone so far as to incorporate it in my Spring/Summer kitchen and dining tabletop decor. So when I decided I wanted to do a fabulous marinated olives recipe for my New Year’s Eve party, I immediately thought: lemons!
This post was created as part of my Ultimate Holiday Bar Cart Guide, Parts 1 & 2, to be used as one of the over-the-top cocktail garnishes.
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A bowl of Easy Lemony Marinated Olives with toothpicks on the bar isn’t such a bad idea either! They have a little kick to them, so they’re perfect for a cocktail party treat.
Two more reasons to love this recipe.
First, that they can sit in your refrigerator for up to 3 weeks during the holidays. The recipe makes a nice 2 cup batch that should last a while.
Second, Easy Lemony Marinated Olives can be made several days before you want to serve them, so they make a great do-ahead item on your party planning list.
If you like these easy lemony marinated olives, then you might also want to check out these two recipes.
They both are on my holiday bar cart as some of the creative garnishes I offer my guests. I am a true party animal!
Make sure you put this fabulous Easy Lemony Marinated Olives recipe on your holiday party schedule’s menus!
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Don't wait until the last minute to make this recipe, it really benefits from a 12 hour minimum marination time. They keep up to 3 weeks in your refrigerator.