Monthly Archives: December 2017
Mayor Sefatia and her team, Chef Anthony Caturano and the Tonno staff, and Warren Waugh with Cidalia Schwartz and the Lyon-Waugh Auto Group team brought the community together for a fabulous lunch of the Mayor’s “sugo” versus the Chef’s “gravy.” The luncheon included steaming bowls of polenta and sausage with gravy versus homemade pasta and meatballs dressed with sugo. Both were wonderfully delicious! Tori Amos and Brian King provided lovely background music and Scottie Mac was the DJ.
Sadly, the day’s event took place without Anthony’s presence. His sister Christina Caturano Ryan passed away from breast cancer several days ago. She was only forty one and left two young children. Anthony was attending Christina’s funeral today. Despite her tragic death, Anthony insisted that the fundraiser take place. His team did a phenomenal job. The staff donated their time and all funds raised goes to the care of cancer patients. We wish to offer our most heartfelt condolences to Anthony.
Tremendous shout out to the Tonno staff for donating their time today. They are: Chef Neal Maver, AAron Budak, Hernan Castro, Toni Armstrong, Frank DiMercurio, and Bryan Testaverde.
And the winner is … Lots more Instagrams here ~ Read more
This morning from the dock.
Our coaches run every class as a teacher, a resource for questions, a motivator, a support system, and a safety supervisor. Our coaches are responsible for ensuring that your form is correct and that the exercise volume and load is adjusted to your current fitness level. Sometimes they may give you a nudge if needed to push it little more and other times they may encourage you to slow down. Beyond that, our coaches make themselves available to meet with our current members to discuss realistic goals, nutrition and to help them establish positive lifestyle practices. Our coaching staff is truly the best around!
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Shot on Kodak Tri-X 400 film.
I’m gonna go out on a limb here and say there is no easier to prepare and cook on a kettle food that scores more impress points than salmon.
Literally a half a chimney of charcoal on one side, you spray the salmon with olive oil, hit it with salt, pepper and whatever other seasonings you might like and you place it offset the coals til it hits 150 degrees internal temp.
So easy, so sensational. For the brothers out there- you got a date with a special lady? Hit ’em up with this recipe, it’s a panty dropper for sure.
This clean up is hosted by Cape Ann Maritime Partnership,
This Saturday we have an opportunity to make an impact against marine debris by cleaning it up. Join Cape Ann Maritime Partnership in our effort to clean Gloucester Harbor at 0:930 (low tide). We also want to caution everyone that the rocks will be slippery and to bring gloves.
Eight of us had an unbelievable breakfast at Cape Ann’s Marina Resort a couple of Sundays ago. We enjoyed many outdoor Sunday brunches on the Bridge Deck this summer, but now that the weather has turned and winter is here, it was time to move inside. The new River View dining room has undergone some really fabulous renovations and is a beautiful, bright, and sunny space. I took a few photos of the new, long and spacious room (particularly the brand new waterfront bar) but I hesitate to post them yet as I know that some parts of the renovations were incomplete. They were, at the time, waiting on a new bar top and new stools. Regardless, I was totally impressed and will certainly be going back soon. I look forward to sharing photos of the space soon as well. Definitely check it out!
Check out our breakfast! Yum!
Great title and read! Gloucester and Cape Ann in the news thanks to these businesses and Essex National Heritage. Ethan Forman article running in the Gloucester Daily Times, Salem, and more: Road to Success: Scenic Byway Unites Woman Owned Businesses
TOMORROW: award-winning local trail featured 7:30pm Wed December 6 2017 on WCVB-TV Channel 5 CHRONICLE
from August GMG post “Local women retailers and colleagues from Gloucester, Essex, Ipswich and Rowley (#1 Pauline’s Gifts, Gloucester; #2 Essex Bird Shop & Pet Supply, Essex; #3 Sea Meadow Gifts and Gardens, Essex; #4 The Essex Exchange, Essex; #5 Olde Ipswich Shop & Gallery, Ipswich*; #6 AnnTiques, Ipswich; #7 Be Modern, Ipsiwch; #8 Lost Treasures, Rowley; #9 Serendipity at Todd’s Farm, Rowley) met early last spring about working together to market their businesses. These street level shops represent 4 cities and towns, and share a regional ‘Main Street’ – Route 133/1A, part of the gorgeous 90 mile Essex Coastal Scenic Byway.”
We drove east from New York to Gloucester last night just as that big beautiful moon was rising. I watched as the bright light guided us back. (Don’t worry, I wasn’t driving!) I guess it’s no surprise I had a hankering for comfort food Italian style upon our arrival back to town. We went to Italianos and had chicken parmesan and antipasta. I was very happy with the marinara which is pretty much what makes chicken parm a success or failure in my book. Jim enjoyed his antipasta with an eggplant dressing. It was a quiet night and the staff was in a festive mood. Simple meal, simple pleasures. Glowing moon, bright Main Street decorations. Win, win, win. Glad to be back. It’s going to be a great week in Glosta!
Sista Felicia’s Gingerbread House Kits On Sale while supplies last! Get your orders in…before they are sold out!
large Kit includes (1) large house, (1) candy kit, Red Whit & Green Icing & lots of extra decorating items ( see video below)
Small Kit includes (2) small house, (1) candy kit, (2) white icing, and (2) packages of sugar Christmas Bulbs
To Order; Email Sistafeliciaskitchen@gmail.com
If you are interested in ordering a Gingerbread House kit… Do not wait to place your order… Im currently extremely close to being sold out… only a few remaining Private FB message me or email Sistafeliciaskitchen@gmail.com
Sista Felicia’s Gingerbread KIts make wonderful traditional treats for the holiday season for your family or for unique gift giving!
Large Kit includes 1 large freshly baked Gingerbread House & HUGE assortment of Decorating items!
Small Gingerbread House Kits include 2 small freshly baked Gingerbread Houses & generous assortment of decorating items! See itemized details below for each Gingerbread House Kit.
House Measurements 7”W x 8 ¾ “D x 12”H
(8) delicious gingerbread pieces (4 walls, 2 roof, 4 chimney)
A sturdy white base to place the gingerbread house on.
1 plastic candy box containing approximately 3 ¾ lbs. of 17 different types of candies (old fashioned favorites and NEW candies!) to decorate with! .
1 Gingerbread House Decorating Supply Box containing:
One large plastic pastry bag of royal icing in white and 2 large plastic pastry bags of colored icing (1)red, (1) green, 1 plastic icing bottle with piping tip,
2 sugar cones( to create Christmas Trees) and 24 brightly colored Christmas Bulb sugar candies to decorate the trees & gingerbread house house, 8 festive Christmas Ornament decorative sugar pieces, 21 Snowflakes sugar pieces, 2 Candy Canes sugar pieces, 1 Holly Leaf sugar piece, 7 clear Peppermint Hard Candies used to create glass windows (window directions included in kit ), 1 sugar shaped Front Door, 2 Candy Canes, 1 bag mini Marshmallows, 1 roll Neco Waffers and 1 bag of glistening “snow” to add the finishing touches to your gingerbread house!
Sista Felicia’s Small Gingerbread House Cookie Kit
Include 2 small houses!
Small House Measurements 4”W x 4”D x 5 ½”H
1 plastic candy box including approximately 2 ¾ lbs. of 17 different types of candies (old fashioned favorites and NEW candies!) to decorate with! .
2 sturdy white base to place the gingerbread house on.
1 Gingerbread House Decorating Supply Box containing: 2 individually wrapped Gingerbread houses measuring 4”W x 4”D x 5 ½”H (12 delicious gingerbread pieces (8 walls, 4Roof) 2 small plastic pastry bags of royal icing in white
2 Candy Canes
Warning :hard & soft candy choking hazard for all, Children should be supervised at all times, Sista Felicia’s Kitchen is NOT responsible for bodily injury or harm.
Sista Felicia’s Gingerbread cookies are prepared using the very finest ingredients including; flour, butter, sugar, eggs, molasses, clove, cinnamon, allspice, ginger, salt, food dye . Each cookie is individually hand rolled for a thick 1/4″ cookie, hand cut, and baked to perfection in a licensed/certified Home Based Kitchen.
***Please note that everything is produced in a facility possibly containing known food allergens, including, but not limited to: eggs, wheat, soy, milk, peanuts and tree nuts, shellfish…
Lovely tribute to long term teacher and volunteer – Carol Ackerman (December 17, 1941 – October 31, 2017) Boston Globe obituary by Marvin Pave published Dec 3rd (following special memorial service held in the Shalin Liu Performance Center). Ackerman served on many boards in the community — Gloucester Lyceum & Sawyer Free, the Gloucester UU, Rockport Music, and Wellspring.
Obit in the Gloucester Daily Times
Community Reiki Share December 5th.
5:15 pm – 8:15 pm at the Manchester Community Center. 40 Beach St. Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA. On the MBTA Train line. Convenient Parking. Wheelchair accessible.
Reiki Sessions ‘By Donation.’ $20.00 suggested donation. ($10.00 for Seniors, Veterans, those in treatment for cancer.)
Advance Register – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 978-283-4258.
Join Us in helping to bring ‘peace, comfort and calm’ to those in need.
A portion of this month’s proceeds will be donated to Open Door Food Pantry, winner of our #GivingTuesday Contest.
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Tuesday, December 12th at 5 pm
On Tuesday, December 12, 2017, Cape Ann’s Jewish community will remember the 10th anniversary of the devastating fire that destroyed our building, honor our Cape Ann neighbors who helped us rebuild, and look ahead to continued growth.
The event will begin at 5 pm at the Unitarian Universalist Church (10 Church Street) where we held our Sabbath service the day after the fire. Then, we will parade down Middle Street to our new building with lights and music.
At the synagogue, we will light the Lobster Trap menorah and then move upstairs to our social hall for a brief program followed by refreshments and music.