First Season with coarse salt/pepper/garlic and whatever seasonings you like on your beef.
Next smoke offset the coals at 275 for three hours.
Once the oxtail has reached the color you’d like to achieve add some beef broth in the corners and cover with foil to braise. allow to braise for at least a couple hours more or until the meat is fall apart tender.
Thank you to Sheree Zizak, owner of the Beauport Hotel, who shared that the bride and groom that braved Saturday’s snowstorm to have photos taken in front of Lobster Trap Tree are Molly Ross and Ryan Stokes. Molly and Ryan held their reception at the beautiful Beauport Hotel.
Many of us marveled at how relaxed were the wedding party, especially the bride and bridesmaids, wearing sleeveless dresses and gold heels in the slush and freezing snow. Art Haven’s program director Cathy Kelley, on the spur of the moment, quickly painted a buoy with wedding rings and the date, and David Brooks presented the buoy to the happy couple. Congratulations Molly and Ryan!
Last batch of photos from the festive and fabulous Lobster Trap Tree preparations, lighting, and party. Go see–the tree looks beautiful day or night. Hats off and thank you to David Brooks, Shawn Henry, Traci Thayne Corbett, Cathy Kelley, and every one of the volunteers who have created this wonderful holiday tradition for all to enjoy! See you at the Buoy Auction at Cruiseport on January 26th!
My grandson Yitz studying the menu at Lobsta Land.
I love the snow on the streets and how pretty it always look the next day. Took a walk out to Rafe’s Chasm and it did not disappoint.
” GLOUCESTER SUFFERS MASSIVE SNOWFALL” !
City Responds Heroicly
Breaks out Shovel !
The shovel was handed to “Ed’ as he was being pushed out the door,
he was told to make Gloucester proud…
He set off… Steely eyed into the storm…
Made his first pass on the boulevard…
The shovel broke.
He said “f – – k it !… tossed it into the ocean and went home.
Gloucester sleeps peacefully .
Friday, December 15, 2017
Magnolia Library and Community Center
1 Lexington Avenue
Gloucester, MA 01930
The same day that brought this season’s first snowfall also brought Cape Ann’s 1st Annual Veterans Army vs. Navy Flag Football game. I am so excited for this to become an annual event! Congratulations to all who braved the elements to play hard and have fun. Much thanks to the organizers and volunteers as well!
And, for those of you who are interested in keeping track year after year from here on out, Saturday’s game ended 14 -12 with a win for Navy.
We’ve been heading up and down the Essex Coastal Scenic Byway more than usual to support the woman based businesses along the way. It’s been a great deal of fun as there are many interesting establishments along the Byway. A field of poinsettias in an Ipswich greenhouse caught my eye recently so we stopped at Gordon Florist to take a gander.
We met Peter Gordon, a co-owner who gave us some information and a tour of the various greenhouses. Gordon Florist has been in business for 5 generations since 1922 and Pete explained to us that the greenhouses are the old fashioned glass style complete with vintage pulley and chain systems. These greenhouses have withstood many storms over the years; in fact the “NewHouse” is so named because it ‘only’ dates to the 1950s. These pictures were taken in the “Carnation House”.
Gordon’s seems to specialize in providing the materials you might need if you want to create your own holiday decorations using live plants. I saw birch branches, pine boughs, wreaths without decoration and other such DIY seasonal building blocks. In addition, there are plenty of wreaths, kissing balls and trees for people like me who need someone else’s creativity and talent.
Thanks to Pete for taking the time to talk with us and give us a tour! If you’re driving up the Byway, you should stop at Gordons!
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