Also, while at Costco last night, I decided to pick up a jar of some of the most unusual looking olives I have ever seen...they are a bright, almost fluorescent green and I eye them up each time I go. While I am not a huge olive fan...hubby is. He loves olive bars in specialty stores and markets, much the way I used to love the array at the "bar" at the Godiva store...LOL. Anyway, I have never seen these olives anywhere else before and had read that they were more rare and might be found on olive bars that carry a wider array of olive types. They are called Castelvetrano olives and they are brined instead of cured which makes them somewhat "crisp" and well as unusually bright colored. According to Mezzetta (the brand that I purchased), they are produced exclusively in Castelvetrano, Sicily. Hubby really liked them and while I thought they were good...I am just not an olive person...but I am REALLY trying to be more so of one. If you are interested in reading about these unusual olives, I have linked some information here: Castelvetrano Olive Information. I love learning little known facts like that. I snapped a few photos of our dinner...it was simple, fresh and delicious. Enjoy!