Cooking with Sefatia

Sefatia and her best friends cooked a fabulous breakfast and lunch today for the employees at National Fish and Seafood. Jack, Sefati, John Tierney ©KIm Smith 2013

Jack Ventola, Sefatia, Representative John Tierney

Sefatia, Jack, Wicked Tuna ©Kim Smith 2013

Jack Ventola, the president of National Fish and Seafood, bid $3500.00 and won Sefati in an auction to benefit the Hoyt Foundation. Mayor Kirk, Representative Ann Margaret, and her Mom Frances Ferrante, super nice gentlemen from Wicked Tuna Tricky Dave and and Paul From Tuna.com were there to enjoy the feast, too. A deliciously fun time was had by all! Thank you Sefatia for inviting me to film. Video to follow.

Sefati ©Kim Smith 2013

12 thoughts on “Cooking with Sefatia

    1. Donna amazing time good friends..great food not because I cooked it but the seafood came from National Seafood Matlaw product, made three different kinds of pasta, baked stuffed shrimp, baked cod dipped in a pesto sauce topped with light cracker crumb..that was lunch made frittata’s for breakfast we had a ball…

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    1. My pleasure thank you Jack Ventola National Seafood for the winning bid to a great cause..so with goo friends we turned into employee day..so thank you..

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    1. They surprised me by coming a simple call and there there to put the icing on the cake amazing we had a great time..

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  1. Looks like fun…what would Gloucester do without “The Godmother “…. She is the best… Kim…Thank you for sharing your photos of this awesome event, as always your photos tell a beautiful story!

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  2. Thank you Kim as always amazing photos and pictures and you view is a breath of fresh air..but Felicia it’s not me it’s my family and my friends and especially my sisters which don’t forget not only are you Joey sister but we adopted you and look at what we have been doing together in my world there is no I it’s We..thanks both of you for being part of the WE..

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