Thank you to the schooner captains, Tom Ellis, Harold Burnham, Mike Rutstein and their crews and everyone who came out to support the Museum. It was an evening of fun with plenty of wind and waves. Here’s a slide show of some photos from the Challenge.
We are very excited that the first farmers market starts Monday, June 15, 2015 on Lexington Avenue in Magnolia 4pm-7pm. Rain or Shine ! A little rain isn’t going to stop us as it’s a much needed rain today. The ground and especially the produce are happier with this rain. Local vendors from all around Cape Ann will be setting up every Monday along the Ave. Virgilio’s bakery, Seaview farm (local meats, eggs), classic cooks and your favorite farmer to name a few. Please come support Magnolias 1st ever farmers market. Marshall’s Farm deal of the day at both the farm and Magnolia market, $2 off a quart of strawberries, $1 off a head of fresh picked lettuce and $1 off a bunch of asparagus. With your farmer Bob card.
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We want to let everyone know that at First Parish Burial Ground and Clark Cemetery the goats are back. They are munching happily at the vegetation and will be here until next Tuesday. People are free to visit them as they love having company just please remember they have plenty of food already so don’t feed them and they are behind an electric fence for their protection.
We will be hosting a work party this Sunday June 14th starting at 11. So come by and help out and get distracted by the goats. Wear appropriate clothing for outside work.
Completely obsessed with getting to the BBQ after work and unwinding while creating something delicious.
See the cast iron grates on the STOK Drum grill? I don’t know how any grilling enthusiast would ever go back to aluminum metal grates after using cast iron. The beauty of it is that these grates came standard on a grill that already cost less than a similarly equipped Weber.
I take pride on how I’ve been caring for them too. Clean before and after every session and then I keep a mason jar filled with peanut oil right next to my baby and slather on the peanut oil after the cleaning while the grates are still hot. It’s made them into a beautifully seasoned cooking surface which makes killer hash marks and has a great degree of anti-stick properties just like your favorite well seasoned cast iron pan.
Have I told you yet about how obsessed I am with my new Charcoal grill? Because if I haven’t, let me tell you I could go on and on.
Can’t wait for our first annual GMG BBQ Throwdown at Stage Fort Park!
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I’m pretty certain that I wrote about a yummy meal at the Yard House over a year ago, but it stands repeating.
After a day that involved the boys setting out lobster traps, me beginning to pack for our week’s vacation to Nantucket, some bike riding, playing of catch, an early Father’s Day lunch at Captain Carlo’s on the deck for my dad (because we’ll be away), hockey practice, and the dropping of boys off at my mom’s, Freddy and I did some birthday shopping for Finn and then landed at the Yard House at Market Street for a late dinner.