This post (the 100th of this blog. Yay!) needs few words, the pictures speak for themselves. But I will leave you with three words: Maple bacon brittle. Seriously. Oh, and Sweet Lydia’s can be found at 160 Merrimack St. in Lowell or at www.sweetlydias.com.
Lydia’s youngest fan, 2-month-old future Mayor of Lowell Sam Tugbiyele with his dad Bobby.
The Duke and Duchess of Marshmallow Craig Thomas and Sweet Lydia Blanchard.
Best use of an official Mayoral citation. Ever. And yes, that is toffee with potato chips on it!
“This is the best bargain East of the Mississippi,” said Joan Matteuzzi as she purchased a bag full of marshmallows, chocolates and assorted deliciousness.
Congrats to Sweet Lydia on having her own well-deserved store-front on Merrimack St. Long may she be creating sweets for her many fans in Lowell and beyond!
OMG! That was a fabulous grand opening between seeing old friends, meeting a new one (Jennifer), yummy samples, and awesome treats to bring home, Sweet Lydia’s was the place to be last night. Perhaps a couple of tables and it would be a good place to connect with old and new friends going forward. Thank you Sweet Lydia’s! My only regret: I didn’t buy a T-shirt.
160 Merrimack St., one of my favorite destinations on the planet. Pumpkin spice marshmallow floated on DD coffee? Totally addicting. I can’t eat grocery store marshmallows any more now that I know what marshmallow is supposed to be, so I visit Sweet Lydia’s regularly. And peppermint hot cocoa? You’ve never had it like Sweet Lydia’s. It’s amazing! Shop local, Lowell. There are acres of diamonds in our own back yard, and Sweet Lydia’s shines!