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Summer 2008 at the Jersey Shore PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jennifer Palermo   
Jun 23, 2008 at 10:29 AM

Summer 2008 at the Jersey Shore

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New facelift at the Cape May outdoor mall


Cape May’s beautiful new fountain


AJ Meerwald setting sail in Cape May harbor


Cape May’s Lobster House Schooner America


Clams Casino on the schooner


You Pick Crabs at the Lobster House


Atlantic City Boardwalk facelift


Fountain at the mini golf course at Kennedy Plaza on the Atlantic City Boardwalk


Water Show at the Pier at Caesar’s every hour on the hour- free


Dinner at Chef Vola’s 111 S Albion AC- 344-2022 Reservations at must. Plan ahead.


Veal Parmigiana at Chef Vola


Yummy Chocolate Mousse Pie

Last Updated ( Jun 23, 2008 at 11:14 AM )
Time to Catch Some Flounder! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jennifer Palermo   
May 29, 2008 at 10:19 AM

Time to Catch Some Flounder!

Flounder season is here…finally and with it, warmer temperatures. All good for local fishermen and fisherwomen…or is it fisherperson? Whatever…I now am among their ranks, after a fabulous day of fishing on the Duke O’ Fluke in Somers Point.

Last September we went fishing with relatives visiting from the Poconos, and we had a fabulous time. The day was picture perfect. The crew on the Duke of Fluke was great. We rented rods and even got help putting on the bait. If our lines got tangled, they were right there to help us. We caught a lot of sea robins and seaweed, but only 1 flounder.  Hopefully the flounder are getting hungry now!

It is a great way to get out on the bay and inlet and feel safe with experienced boaters. If you get a chance in your busy schedule to take some time off, the Duke of Fluke is the perfect way to get out on the water and even learn how to fish.

Important Info - Bait included, refreshments available, a head available (bathroom), $3 rod rental available.

$22, Seniors $16, Children 12 & under $14 Cash or checks, no credit cards.

First come first served. 3 ½ - 4 hour trips.

The boat was full of experienced fishermen, children and novices. We all had a great time! The kids were even given a chance to steer the boat with the captain!

Duke of Fluke On the bay at Higbee Ave. Somers Point 8 am & 1 pm

Call ahead to find out their schedule 926-2880 www.dukeofluke.com

Last Updated ( May 29, 2008 at 12:02 PM )
Cinco de Mayo Feast at the Ocean City Yacht Club PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jennifer Palermo   
May 20, 2008 at 03:59 PM

Cinco de Mayo Feast at the Ocean City Yacht Club

The Epicurean Society celebrated Cinco de Mayo at the Ocean City Yacht Club recently enjoying great food supplied by Bill McGinnity and his staff from the Yacht Club. We started off the evening with nachos, tangy fresh salsa with cilantro, fresh vegetable and cheeses, spicy shrimp,meatballs, sausages and wonderful hot hors d’oeuvres. The Yacht Club hosts private events and has one of the best views of the sunset in the area.

Next we were treated to a Mexican buffet of salad, pork, fajitas with grilled peppers, onions and chicken and toppings, and grouper. For dessert we had fried ice cream, which had a warm cinnamon sugar coating (pictured below). We also enjoyed tira mi su and almond cream desserts.

 

Peter Mora, President of Atlantic Cape Community College , spoke to the group about the significance of the local college which provides the area with low cost, commuter access, higher education. They have an open admissions policy and about 40% of their students transfer to Rowan or Stockton. The college helps students who might have trouble with math or English to catch up with refresher courses or help those who never had algebra.

ACCC has 13,000 total students and a top ranking archery team. They look forward to adding a Science and Technology building, a new student center and more fitness programs. Mora also praised the Culinary Program which is celebrating its 25th Anniversary.

The Epicurean Society is hoping to go to Careme’s, the Culinary School’s student-run restaurant in the fall for one of their meetings.

The other speaker was Doreen Prinzo of the Concierge Association of Atlantic City. She told the group about the importance of the concierge to spread the word about tourism in the area and announced there will be a Restaurant Week coming in March 2009 in Atlantic City.

 

Ocean City Yacht Club 100 Bay Rd. Ocean City 391-0845


Ed Hitzel and Jeff Schwartz

Epicurean Meeting Weds. June 11 6:30 pm Ram’s Head Wine Tasting and Dinner

Kendall Jackson Vines and George Muller from Reidel Glasses

$150 inclusive including 4 Reidel wine glasses

For reservations call 780-5947 www.epicsj.com
Last Updated ( May 20, 2008 at 04:39 PM )
Jennifer's Travel Journal "Spring in Manhattan" PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jennifer Palermo   
Apr 22, 2008 at 03:25 PM

Jennifer’s Travel Journal “Spring in Manhattan”


Times Square


Empire State Building


Chinatown - Mott Street


A lovely church


 

Walking over the Brooklyn Bridge


South Street Seaport


City Hall


Fountain by City Hall


St. Patrick’s Cathedral


Rockefeller Center



Tulips by Rockefeller Center


Central Park Carriage Ride


Opening Night of “A Catered Affair”

Last Updated ( Apr 22, 2008 at 04:02 PM )
Careme’s Fine Dining by Local Culinary Students PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jennifer Palermo   
Apr 14, 2008 at 11:33 AM
Careme’s Fine Dining by Local Culinary Students

 

We had a fabulous luncheon meal at Careme’s at Atlantic Cape Community College Academy of Culinary Arts. The culinary students prepare and serve the buffet in a professional and friendly manner. The meal started with creamy corn bacon bisque. Next we enjoyed the cold buffet including many wonderful different salads: tossed green salad, fantastic carrot salad, fruit salad, creamy cole slaw and pasta salad. We also enjoyed cheese, crackers, chicken pate, prosciutto and pepperoni.

For the hot buffet we enjoyed veal Marsala, creamed shrimp and salmon, an interesting layered portabella mushroom, fabulous mashed potatoes, creamy risotto, tender filet mignon and green beans. For dessert we enjoyed warm bread pudding with crème fraiche, oatmeal cookies and sponge cake with berries.

This fabulous lunch was $15 per person and is served Monday – Friday when school is in session. Dinner is also served. BYOB. Be sure to call ahead to get more information. 609 343-4940. Spring classes will be done in the middle of May so make a reservation soon! You’ll be glad you did.  It was enjoyable to see the future chefs of our area learning and practicing their trade.


Last Updated ( Apr 14, 2008 at 06:49 PM )
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