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Easter Saturday Fun with Sista Felicia’s Cookies!!!

Spent the morning with the children in my neighborhood decorating Sista Felicia’s cookies. Thanks to the Smith’s for hosting and to the children for making my Easter really special. Couldn’t have done it without Felicia’s amazing creativity!

We made special boxes for Chester and Liam who away at their grandparents.

Do you Love Cape Ann???

If you Love Cape Ann how about stepping up and getting a Cape Ann License Plate. What better way to show your love for Essex, Gloucester, Manchester and Rockport. You will be a traveling ambassador for a place you love and you will be helping the non-profits on Cape Ann to continue to receive grants from the Cape Ann Community Foundation. The Foundation is funded by a portion of the fee for your plate every two years as long as you have the plate. It so easy to get a plate just go to and sign up, plate is mailed to you in about 8 days, don’t have to turn in the old plate. Special plate fee is tax deductible. Help us get at least 400 more plates on the road by September 1st. So show your pride and support the region and all the non-profits that do so much good work on Cape Ann!

Wednesdays with Fly Amero ~ Special Guest: Ed Daley 7pm 3.28.2018

Dinner Specials Each Week!
Wednesday, March 28th – 7pm
My Musical Guest: ED DALEY!

Great songs. Deep soul. Our awesome and gifted friend, Ed
Daley returns to us this week. And, hey… I’ll be there, too! ~ Fly
Dinner with great music!
*Each week features a special, invited musical guest
The Rhumb Line Kitchen……now features Janet Brown with some new and healthy ideas!
Plus a fine, affordable wine menu!
4/4 – Allen Estes

4/11 – Liz Frame

4/18 – Strungout Playboys

Looking forward……to seeing you there 🙂

BENEFIT FOR FRANK HAWKS on April 7th @ The Franco-American Club in Beverly, MA – Tickets $20 presale / $25 at the door. Five bands will be performing. Check out this flyer on how to get presale tickets. We can “will call” tickets to save them at the door for you. Please bring an I.D. to pick them up

If you can not make it to this even and want to help go here > and thank you!

Airfryer Baked Haddock

Kate says it’s the best she’s ever had. She just asked if I could remember when the last time we turned the oven on. I don’t remember…

I wasn’t planning on baked haddock but they had some really nice small fillets at Stop and Shop East Gloucester.

I started out mixing about a cup and a half of panko and a half cup of cracker meal.

Added two cloves of garlic minced fine, half teaspoon onion powder, teaspoon black pepper, a couple of shakes of basil leaves and salt to taste.

Next created a jalapeno tartar sauce.  A couple of dollops of mayo, a good squeeze of lime, and about 8 slices of jalapeno chopped up and about a tablespoon of the juice from the jalapeno slice jar whisked up.

Then three tablespoons of salted butter and a couple of turns of EVOO over medium heat to melt.  As soon as the butter is melted turn off the heat and add the Panko mixture to the pan to have those crumbs sop up all that buttery goodness.

I don’t show this in the video but I cup up about a quarter of a vidalia onion into strips and placed them sideways on the bottom of the disposable aluminum tray You could double up some foil if you don’t have the tray.  Also drizzled some EVOO, with a pinch of salt and pepper to the onions.

On top of the onions layer the haddock and top with the jalapeno tartar sauce and finally the crumb mixture.

Put the tray in the Airfryer for 13 minutes at 400 degrees.  If the fillets were thicker you should add a couple minutes to that.  these small fillets were perfect at that time and temp.





This may look like an awesome lobster roll but it misses on just a couple key points.

A) If the bun was the simple pull apart New England style bun it would have all that white bread exposed on the sides of the bun to butter and when you grilled it it would be golden brown instead of the whole exterior of the bun being the brown that doesn’t absorb the butter.


B) They left the stringy spongy tip of the claw meat in which should have been taken off.


Other than that, the technique was spot on. With just a couple of modifications it could have been perfect.

I guess if you wanted to get technical, leaving the whole tail intact instead of chopping it up is going to make it tougher to eat without pulling out the whole section of tail meat. It would be difficult to bite all the way through.

Airfryer stuffed avocados

Avocado stuffed with tuna, shredded cheddar, pico design gallo and bbq rub cooked in the airfryer 8 minutes at 360 degrees. Total prep time 3 minutes cook time 8 minutes. Yummmmmm

Here’s the link to read reviews and purchase the airfryer on Amazon –

A Circle of Friends!

Last night was the final night of St. Joseph’s, the final night to gather to celebrate the amazing six weeks that ends with putting the saints to bed for another year. Of course there is still a small altar where candles are lit and prayers are offered all year.

The Novena girls are an extraordinary group of women where ideas and dreams lead to trust, connection, love, friendship, faith and amazing productivity working all together. Teamwork really does make the dream work!

A salute to the team with love!

Happy St. Joseph’s Day!

St. Joseph’s Novena is a nine day prayer, a way if praying with perseverance, modeled after the nine day period the apostles prayer before Pentecost. This year the Altar at the Mohan’ s was dedicated to Adoring Mother, Mary, mother of our Lord and all of the children everywhere.

Please grant the prayers of all those who faithfully prayed this novena. Bless the with your Love.

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