Monthly Archives: November 2015

Fatty and Some Pork Belly Hit The @StokGrills Charcoal Drum Because- Why The Hell Not?

More From the Grill-
http://www.northeastbbq.com

Northeast BBQ

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Set up the pit using the snake method with the charcoal arranges from 9oclock to 3 o’clock.  Place some fruit tree chunks on top of the coals and some cherry chips if you have them.  The idea is to place about ten lit coals at 9PM and let them work their way slowly around the pit to not create too much heat all at once.

Then create a simple bacon weave.

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Flatten out some ground pork and place it on top of the bacon weave, add your favorite shredded cheese, some sliced onions, some rice and your favorite BBQ sauce.

Next roll your fatty up and pinch the ends together. Apply rub liberally

Place the fatty opposite side of the coals and close the vents so you get temps around 275.  Apply rub to the pork belly and place that alongside your fatty.

Once it reaches an internal temp of…

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Rock the Baby Career opportunities

From FOB Carolyn Jean Sanchez

Rock the Baby Preschool, Infant & Toddler Learning Center in Gloucester-Magnolia, MA is looking for a part-time infant-toddler teacher’s assistant OR a part-time infant/toddler teacher Infant-Toddler “Lead” teacher certified is a plus NO WALK-IN APPLICANTS -By appointment only We are a small learning center with 2 classrooms looking for a strong, energetic, COMMITTED, QUALITY teacher who wants to have fun at work and join our family-like team! Team of 4-5 members Pleasant work atmosphere Must: LOVE CHILDREN LOVE WORKING WITH CHILDREN High school diploma or equivalent required Have up to date CPR and First Aid certifications (or must obtain upon hire) Educated, compassionate, reliable, honest, trustworthy, patient, creative Strong written and verbal skills, grammar skills, computer skills, people skills and organization Pays attention to detail Physical requirements: Must be able to: Lift 40 pounds Stand up to 95% of the day as well as assume postures in low level positions and floor sitting positions Walk, run, etc. for extended periods of time Duties: Opening, closing the school Teaching and caring for children in groups of 3-4 including feeding, diapering, potty assistance, changing Running a classroom with and without another teacher Cleaning & sanitizing Curriculum planning Willing to do laundry, errands and care for classroom pets is a big plus To Apply: FILL OUT “JOBS” page on RocktheBaby.com EMAIL: – Resume – 2 professional references with contact info Other Requirements: – 2 MMR vaccines – Physical less than 2 years old – orientation workshops (upon hire) Rock the Baby Preschool, Infant & Toddler Learning Center 978.381.3074 20 Lexington Avenue Gloucester, MA 01930 RocktheBaby.com

The Primate Fiasco ~ A Fiasco of A GOOD TIME!!!! New Orleans FUNK STREET BAND!!! @ MinglewoodAtLat43 Friday 9pm 11.20.2015

the primate fiasco

http://www.primatefiasco.com/video.html

Seriously one of the best bands to come to town…go see them…you will be glad you did!

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MinglewoodAtLat43

25 Rogers Street

Gloucester, MA

978-281-0223

http://minglewoodtavern.com/

Saturday in the Arts

Through the Kitchen Window: The Cape Ann Museum and the Culture of Food

Lecture by author James H. S. McGregor

The Cape Ann Museum is pleased to present author James McGregor to present Through the Kitchen Window: The Cape Ann Museum and the Culture of Food on Saturday, November 21 at 3:00 p.m. as part of this year’s Harvest Fest. Free for Museum members or with admission. For more information please email info@capeannmuseum.org or call (978) 283-0455 x10.

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Image Credit: Captain Elias Davis House at the Cape Ann Museum

Communities like Gloucester that once depended on wild foods, in particular fish, have an especially interesting place in history. The relationship between food production and culture is represented in remarkable and surprising ways in the Cape Ann Museum, and this talk explores those multiple connections.

 

 McGregor is the author of five books on the structure and social history of world cities.  His most recent book, Back to the Garden:  Nature and the Mediterranean World from Prehistory to the Present was published this year by Yale University Press. Also an emeritus professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Georgia, McGregor now lives in Cambridge, MA.  Mcgregor’s new book will be available for purchase in the Museum gift shop. A book signing will follow his lecture.



BankGloucester Ilona Gelpey Artist Reception

November 21, 11 am – 1 pm
Location: BankGloucester, 160 Main Street, Gloucester, MA  01930

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Ilona Gelpey is an established local artist who emigrated from the Soviet state of Uzbekistan as a teenager. Her paintings are inspired by the work and techniques of the great Flemish masters. Ilona’s work has a classical look with a contemporary flair. Come meet Ilona personally and enjoy her creations in BankGloucester’s lobby on Saturday, November 21, from 11 – 1.

www.bankgloucester.com



CAFM Harvest Market this Saturday!

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Cape Ann Farmer’s Market ,10 to 2 , 11/21. Cape Ann Farmer’s Market will be open for a full four hours, giving more time to shop for locally raised meat, fish , prepared food of all manner, and of course, bountiful produce from the fall’s harvest. The Cape Ann Farmers Market Harvest Market has become as popular as our open air summer market. Come enjoy this wonderful community event for exceptional food for the Thanksgiving table. This event is sponsored in part by the Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church.

November Isn’t So Bad Either

While it will be no surprise that summer is my favorite season around here, I am kind of in love with how perfect and pretty downtown Rockport looks right now during my evening run/walks.

There were about 30 more window fronts that I wanted to snap quick photos of, but my furry brown partner wouldn’t have it last night.  It’ll have to be a work in progress.

Cape Ann TV’s Camera Basics Class

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Cape Ann Community

Next Class: Monday, November 26, 2015 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Cape Ann TV
Class is free to all Cape Ann TV Members!

Learn the basics of videography in this introduction class led by Jim Capillo, Cape Ann TV’s Studio Manager. He will teach what you need to know to get great video & audio in the field.

You must be a member of Cape Ann TV to take this class. Membership Forms are available online and at Cape Ann TV. No experience necessary. More info about membership here: http://capeanntv.org/membership/

To sign up for this class email Lisa at:
lsmith@capeanntv.org
or call: 978-281-2443

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