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POST-GAZETTE, AUGUST 12, 2011 Page 5 i EMMY AWARD WINNING Chef Giada De Laurentiis Appearing at St. Anthony's Feast Featuring Fun, Interactive Culinary Demonstration and a Cookbook Signing Join Bella Sera Wines as they present Emmy Award winning chef and bestselling author Giada De Lautentiis for a day of fun, free and interactive cooking demonstra- tions, recipe sharing and cookbook signings at the 92"d annual Saint Anthony's Feast in the North End of Boston. Giada will take you on an Italian culinary journey as she prepares some of her favor- ite recipes and shares her cooking tips with the audience on Saturday, August 27TM at 2:00 pm, at the Filippo Berio Culinary Stage. Following the demonstration, Giada will be signing a limited quantity of her best- selling cookbook, Giada at Home, in the adjacent Bella Sera Wine Pavilion. The book includes wonderful recipes from Italy and California and features straightforward instructions for classic Italian fare, as well as a selection of modern dishes. The book will be available for purchase and signing on Saturday afternoon. Giada has an impressive background of culinary training and a unique personable charm. She is a globally revered celebrity chef who continues to prove her skill and accessibility as the host of the popular Food Network shows "Everyday Italian," "Giada at Home" and "Giada's Weekend Getaway". Her expanding presence beyond Food Network includes her best selling cookbooks, brand alliances, newly launched food products and recurring correspondent role on the NBC's "Today Show." This special appearance is brought to you courtesy of Bella Sera Wines. Imported from Italy, Bella Sera, which means "beautiful evening," offers inviting, easy to enjoy wines that capture the relaxed, authentic and wel- coming essence of Italy. St. Anthony's Feast is one of the oldest and largest neighborhood celebrations in America and is celebrating its 92nd Anni- versary on August 26a - August 29~ in the North End of Boston. For more exciting events and information, please visit www.stanthonys feast.com. ! Fabrizia, a small moun- tain town in Calabria, Italy -- the name "Fabrizia" is de- rived from the word "faber" which translates to mean "to work with your hands" -- the perfect name to baptize the limoncello that is hand crafted and inspired in its hometown origin of Calabria, Italy! Phil and Nick Mastroianni, brothers born and raised in Massachusetts, are the driv- ing duo behind"Fabrizia that is becoming the limoncello of choice in New England. It is no wonder! Fabrizia in- sists on crafting by all natu- ral ingredients, with lemons that are individually peeled by hand, no artificial color- ing. Fabrizia Limoncello is the pure essence of the lemon, offering a taste the likes of which can only be replicated when visiting Italy. Fabrizia has made its mark here in New England THE OFFI L I M: O N C E L L O ClAL LIMONCELLO OF SAINTANTHONY'S FEAST and is now moving across the country in over 700 liquor stores and specialty shops. How it all started -- a brief glimpse "It all began during a trip to their family's origin, Calabria, Italy," says Phil. "We were visiting my cousin Angelina when she put a bottle of her limoncello on the table made with lem- ons from her own property. It was delicious! Inspired by her to create my own limoncello, I started to make some limoncello for fun, as a hobby and on the week- ends." How the seed was planted (Phil tells the story) "It was a Friday night after a long week of work. Upon re- turning home to Newton, Massachusetts, I found my Uncle Joe sitting in the kitchen visiting my parents. Knowing that he was a fan of limoncello I took some out and poured him a glass. Af- ter taking a sip he looked up and said 'You know, this is what you should be doing. This is the best limoncello I've ever had.'" Leap of faith -- Phil Mastroianni heeded the words of wisdom of his Uncle Joe and began to moonlight in the business of making limoncello. He ultimately quit his job as an accountant, and now he, along with his brother Nick Mastroianni, (who handles the production of 11 =ow tll Jt~IUII 781 286 CASH Per Ounce. 24K " " ~1~[~3 We Buy Diamonds, Gold and Silver Jewelry "~jL We Buy Gold and Silver Coins j~ J~ ~ 345 Broadway, Revere Serving the Community for 33 Years sellgoldmass.com Hours lO.5:3O pm every day. Saturdays until 3:3O pm Fabrizia), are successful owners and partners of Fabrizia Limoncello. And the rest is history in the making ... Fabrizia Limoncello is entirely "home- made," produced in small batches by hand in New Hampshirc. Phil and Nick maintain that "As we con- tinue to grow we h91d strongly to our belief that we must always continue to make Fabrizia Limoncello in small batches, all natural and by handF It is certainly what has made this limon- cello a standout! Every part of the business is still run in Salem, New Hamp- shire, where they produce about 2,000 bottles of limon- cello a month. Fabrizia Limoncello is the official limoncello of Saint Anthony's Feast in the North End, August 26 - 28! Look for brothers Phil and Nick at the Feast handing out samples. Be sure to visit Fabrizia at www.fabrizialimoncello, corn for great reoipes a'r~d,'mdr'e,:," NAVY BAND NORTHEAST at Copley Square Park, August 18 The Navy Band Northeast's Rhode Island Sound contem- porary music combo is coming to Boston's Copley Square for a lunchtime ParkARTS concert supported in part by Comcast, the Friends of Copley Square and Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day on Thursday, August 18, from noon to I:00 pro. The concert at Copley Square, rescheduled from June, when the first show in Mayor Thomas M. Menino's 2011 ParkARTS live concert season was rained out, is presented for music lovers of all ages by Mayor Menino and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department as part of the 15TM annual citywide ParkARTS program generously sup- ported by Bank of America. Rhode Island Sound is the most contemporary sounding group from Navy Band Northeast. This ensemble entertains audiences with music ranging from rhythm and blues to classic rock. Performing a wide variety of styles from today's Top-40, country sounds, and classic rock hits, the group presents a vibrant and unique sound. Made up of professional Navy musicians from around the United States, they have entertained literally thousands of audiences throughout the Northeast. Their versatility and showmanship has kept them in great demand since their inception in 1974. Navy Band Northeast is one of 11 official bands of the U.S. Navy. Under the direction of Lieutenant Junior Grade Scott Mythen, the band is located on board Naval ~tation Newport, Rhode Island and serves the military and civilian communities throughout the Northeastern United States. For more information on this and other ParkARTS events, please call the Boston Parks and Recreation Department at (617) 635-4505, or visit www.cityoJboston.gov/parks or www.facebook, corn~ bostonparksdepartment. Please accept sincere condolences, from tile Spinelli's family and staff. During this difficult time, we would like to offer our facility at a specially reduced price, for you, your family and friends. SERVED UPON ARRIVAL Coffee, Mini Danish Pastries and Tea Breads BUFFET LUNCHEON MENU Tossed Salad, Assorted Rolls with Butter Chicken, Ziti and Broccoli Alfredo Eggplant Parmigiana Italian Sausages, Onions and Potatoes Above price does not include a 15% Administration Fee and a 7% Mass State Tax. 280 BENNINGTON STREET, EAST BOSTON, MA Telephone: 617-567-4499 www.spinellis.eom