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POST-GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 21,2014 Page 9 00,,Jico e ucci D00V/AL Ladies and gents, the win- ter season is upon us and with those frigid temps comes ... fur[ Spotted on Milk Street was this fashionable working woman named Nina, whose grey Prada coat with white fur trimmed col- lar and sleeves caught our eye from across the street. She paired this classic look with over-sized vintage black Chanel sunglasses. Her unique flower ring, a tri- color combination of black. white and cognac diamonds. contrasted nicely against her light grey coat. We could not help but marvel over her multi-color diamond ear- rings set in rose gold. We asked about her winter style and she said "there is no reason to sacrifice fashion for warmth; it just takes a little thought." Scene on Nina ... Coat: Prada TJ Maxx's Run- way Line Newton. MA Sunglasses: Chanel Bou- tique, 6 Newbury Street, Bos- ton, MA Jewelry: Forever Diamond, 333 Washington Street, Boston, MA Tbl00 GU -o /eq-cnng n-cepscnrnenc FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21 Paradise City Arts Festival, Marlborough This weekend, stop by this festival to experience con- gary :crats: grt..and sculpture by more than 250 exhibitors from 40 states. There will be a gourmet food tent, live music, children's entertainment ad craft demos. 5 th Annual SBN Local Craft Brewfest, Somerville Join us for the Sustain- able Business Network of Massachusetts' (SBN) 5 th Annual Local Craft Brewfest at the Moakley U.S. Court- house located on the Boston Waterfront. Enjoy a selection of beer while overlooking beautiful Boston Harbor! Mary Chapin Carpenter, Rockport Five-time Grammy Award- winning singer-songwriter and 2012 Nashville Song- writers Hall of Fame in- ductee Mary Chapin Carpen- ter will embark on a unique series of intimate, acoustic performances this fall. She is bringing her sound to Rockport this evening. 42 nd Annual Sleigh Bell Artisan Fair at Wenham Museum, Wenham The finest New England artisans' present quality handcrafted gifts at this fes- tive craft fair. Free The Polar Express Train Ride at Edaville USA, Carver Get in the holiday spirit with this Polar Express train ride at Edaville USA in Carver, MA. The train ride is fun for all ages. Order tickets online todayt Now through December 30 th. Edaville USA Christmas Train, Carver Get in the holiday spirit with a train ride through Edaville USA and see all of the beautiful Christmas decorations throughout the park. Admission includes all other amusements. Now through December 31 st. SATURDAY, - NOVEMBER 22 Dog Sled Fun Run: Houghton's_  Pond, _ M't, ton Meet a real sled dog up close and personal! The Yan- kee Siberian Husky Club will host an educational demon- stration on dog sledding in New England. Watch as these canine athletes train on wheeled rigs before the busy winter season. Free Holiday Wonderland: Newport Mansions, Rhode Island Experience the magic Christmas when the opule summer cottages of t] Gilded Age are transform into a winter wonderlan Santa, tooY Now throul January 1, 2015. America's Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration, Plymouth The Annual Americ Hometown Thanksgivi Celebration will be held the birthplace of Thanksgi ing in Plymouth, Massach setts. The fun begins 10:30 am on the famed w terfront with activiti throughout the day. Great 1 family members of all ag Free. Wellesley Marketplace Craft Fair, Wellesley Wellesley Marketplace one of the premier holid craft fairs in the Bost area, featuring over 130 New England's finest ar sans. Proceeds from tick sales go to charity. Metropolitan Operan gil in HD  ROSSINI: Il Barbiere di Si, Rockpc The Met's effervescent pl duction of Rossini's clas, comedy, The Barber of Sevil featuring some of the mc instantly recognizable me] dies in all of opera. (Continued on Page I _, The From spaghetti to sushi ... We deliver the dish on local restaurants & food establishments ,A-,k,k-k = So amazing it should be banned in all fifty states *-k-kr = Heaven on Earth ,A-* = Good. May result in slight head turning *'A- = Fair ... but needs some revival ,k = You're better off heating up that frozen meal CQOK $$$$$ = Remortgage the house $$$$ = Cash in some stocks $$$ = Won't break the bank $$ = That's it! $ = And I cashed in all that change 8?5 What's for dinner tonight? What are you cooking?. I don't know, what do you feel like? Any ideas or suggestions? What should we cook? This mundane conversation be- tween couples and families, relatable in any culture, is so repetitive that it should have its own replay button. So when a friend said let's go to Cook tonight, I imme- diatelysaid ... cook where, I thought-we were going out! Cook. a modern American bistrO, opened by Chef Paul Turano with a focus On us- ing local fresh ingredients certainly adds new meaning to cooking ... and eating! The scene is casual chic with a mix of diners including date night couples, families and groups of ladies enjoying a night out. There are approxi- mately 80 seats including a full bar, cozy booths and high-top tables. X/e snagged a corner booth, perfect for people watching and began our selection. The drink list is affordable, filled with a variety of options including gluten free beer, specialty seasonal cocktails, an array of wines and a delightful f/cslion eeL, Net.on, lV], (17) 964-665 www.cooknew{on.corrt pomegranate lemonade or cucumber basil soda for the non-alcoholic clientele, which surely tantalizes our taste buds over the typical, from the soda gun cranberry juice. Our first course included a piping hot robust onion soup topped with braised short ribs atop a perfectly toasted crostini. The broth was fla- vorful with sweet onions; however, it was the added short ribs that put this dish over the top. Next Came the kale Brussel sprout salad with parmesan cheese, ha- zelnuts and verjus ... simply delicious! The mix of flavors combined with the fresh crispy kale made you wish green vegetables tasted this good as a child (hmmm maybe Popeye should have promoted kale instead of spinach). A couple at the next table insisted we try the smokey pepper grilled cheese with manchego, house made boursin, shallots, jam and field greens, so we did. To our surprise it arrived on scali bread reminiscent of my childhood and was every bit as delectable as we had hoped (note: next time we only need to order one as it was a very large portion). Flatbreads ... yes, they seem a bit trendy with just about everyone serving them, but trust me this is not your average flatbread, We chose two: a wild mush- room and a seared tuna. The wild mushroom, which I am beginning to salivate at the mere thought of, was the perfect combination of crispy but chewy topped with ricotta, caramelized onions, fontina and truffle. The sec- ond flatbread featured per- . fectly seared tuna with Shal- lots, arugala and spicy aioli. Perfection. Last but not least, and in the famous words of Vanessa Williams we saved the best for last: parmesan rosemary aioli truffle friesI These fries alone are worth driving on the Mass Pike and the $1.25 toll for sure. The dessert menu looked great and hopefully next time we will have room to try something ... or just have more truffle fr[es. The Restaurant Rover gives Cook r- & $S$! iI Ye r special CD . . Direct Deposit to 9our Eagle Bank Checking account per month a Visit our branch location at 389 Hanover Street to open your account today! AGLEBANK www.bankeagle.com I 800-BANK-EAGLE 1Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is accurate as of 11/4/14. New money only. A penalty may be imposed for early withdraw- al. Rates may vary and are subject to change without notice. Minimum balance to open the CD and earn the APY is $500, m 2 aximum balance is $1,000,000. You must maintain an Eagle Bank checking account with a monthly direct deposit from pyroll, pension or Social Security for the entire term of the Special 12 Month CD. If you do not currently have direct deposit in your Eagle Bank checking account, you must have an acceptable direct deposit transaction within 90 days of opening the Special 12 Month CD. Failure to maintain an Eagle Bank checking account with a monthly direct deposit from payroll, pension or Social Security for the entire initial 12 month term of theCD will result in the interest rate and APY resetting to a lower, default interest rate (APY of the current 12-17 month CD term at the time of default). Upon maturity, the CD will automatically roll to the then 12 month regular CD interest rate and term (currently our 1217 month CD interest rate category). Member FDIC / Member DIF POST-GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 21,2014 Page 9 00,,Jico e ucci D00V/AL Ladies and gents, the win- ter season is upon us and with those frigid temps comes ... fur[ Spotted on Milk Street was this fashionable working woman named Nina, whose grey Prada coat with white fur trimmed col- lar and sleeves caught our eye from across the street. She paired this classic look with over-sized vintage black Chanel sunglasses. Her unique flower ring, a tri- color combination of black. white and cognac diamonds. contrasted nicely against her light grey coat. We could not help but marvel over her multi-color diamond ear- rings set in rose gold. We asked about her winter style and she said "there is no reason to sacrifice fashion for warmth; it just takes a little thought." Scene on Nina ... Coat: Prada TJ Maxx's Run- way Line Newton. MA Sunglasses: Chanel Bou- tique, 6 Newbury Street, Bos- ton, MA Jewelry: Forever Diamond, 333 Washington Street, Boston, MA Tbl00 GU -o /eq-cnng n-cepscnrnenc FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21 Paradise City Arts Festival, Marlborough This weekend, stop by this festival to experience con- gary :crats: grt..and sculpture by more than 250 exhibitors from 40 states. There will be a gourmet food tent, live music, children's entertainment ad craft demos. 5 th Annual SBN Local Craft Brewfest, Somerville Join us for the Sustain- able Business Network of Massachusetts' (SBN) 5 th Annual Local Craft Brewfest at the Moakley U.S. Court- house located on the Boston Waterfront. Enjoy a selection of beer while overlooking beautiful Boston Harbor! Mary Chapin Carpenter, Rockport Five-time Grammy Award- winning singer-songwriter and 2012 Nashville Song- writers Hall of Fame in- ductee Mary Chapin Carpen- ter will embark on a unique series of intimate, acoustic performances this fall. She is bringing her sound to Rockport this evening. 42 nd Annual Sleigh Bell Artisan Fair at Wenham Museum, Wenham The finest New England artisans' present quality handcrafted gifts at this fes- tive craft fair. Free The Polar Express Train Ride at Edaville USA, Carver Get in the holiday spirit with this Polar Express train ride at Edaville USA in Carver, MA. The train ride is fun for all ages. Order tickets online todayt Now through December 30 th. Edaville USA Christmas Train, Carver Get in the holiday spirit with a train ride through Edaville USA and see all of the beautiful Christmas decorations throughout the park. Admission includes all other amusements. Now through December 31 st. SATURDAY, - NOVEMBER 22 Dog Sled Fun Run: Houghton's_  Pond, _ M't, ton Meet a real sled dog up close and personal! The Yan- kee Siberian Husky Club will host an educational demon- stration on dog sledding in New England. Watch as these canine athletes train on wheeled rigs before the busy winter season. Free Holiday Wonderland: Newport Mansions, Rhode Island Experience the magic Christmas when the opule summer cottages of t] Gilded Age are transform into a winter wonderlan Santa, tooY Now throul January 1, 2015. America's Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration, Plymouth The Annual Americ Hometown Thanksgivi Celebration will be held the birthplace of Thanksgi ing in Plymouth, Massach setts. The fun begins 10:30 am on the famed w terfront with activiti throughout the day. Great 1 family members of all ag Free. Wellesley Marketplace Craft Fair, Wellesley Wellesley Marketplace one of the premier holid craft fairs in the Bost area, featuring over 130 New England's finest ar sans. Proceeds from tick sales go to charity. Metropolitan Operan gil in HD  ROSSINI: Il Barbiere di Si, Rockpc The Met's effervescent pl duction of Rossini's clas, comedy, The Barber of Sevil featuring some of the mc instantly recognizable me] dies in all of opera. (Continued on Page I _, The From spaghetti to sushi ... We deliver the dish on local restaurants & food establishments ,A-,k,k-k = So amazing it should be banned in all fifty states *-k-kr = Heaven on Earth ,A-* = Good. May result in slight head turning *'A- = Fair ... but needs some revival ,k = You're better off heating up that frozen meal CQOK $$$$$ = Remortgage the house $$$$ = Cash in some stocks $$$ = Won't break the bank $$ = That's it! $ = And I cashed in all that change 8?5 What's for dinner tonight? What are you cooking?. I don't know, what do you feel like? Any ideas or suggestions? What should we cook? This mundane conversation be- tween couples and families, relatable in any culture, is so repetitive that it should have its own replay button. So when a friend said let's go to Cook tonight, I imme- diatelysaid ... cook where, I thought-we were going out! Cook. a modern American bistrO, opened by Chef Paul Turano with a focus On us- ing local fresh ingredients certainly adds new meaning to cooking ... and eating! The scene is casual chic with a mix of diners including date night couples, families and groups of ladies enjoying a night out. There are approxi- mately 80 seats including a full bar, cozy booths and high-top tables. X/e snagged a corner booth, perfect for people watching and began our selection. The drink list is affordable, filled with a variety of options including gluten free beer, specialty seasonal cocktails, an array of wines and a delightful f/cslion eeL, Net.on, lV], (17) 964-665 www.cooknew{on.corrt pomegranate lemonade or cucumber basil soda for the non-alcoholic clientele, which surely tantalizes our taste buds over the typical, from the soda gun cranberry juice. Our first course included a piping hot robust onion soup topped with braised short ribs atop a perfectly toasted crostini. The broth was fla- vorful with sweet onions; however, it was the added short ribs that put this dish over the top. Next Came the kale Brussel sprout salad with parmesan cheese, ha- zelnuts and verjus ... simply delicious! The mix of flavors combined with the fresh crispy kale made you wish green vegetables tasted this good as a child (hmmm maybe Popeye should have promoted kale instead of spinach). A couple at the next table insisted we try the smokey pepper grilled cheese with manchego, house made boursin, shallots, jam and field greens, so we did. To our surprise it arrived on scali bread reminiscent of my childhood and was every bit as delectable as we had hoped (note: next time we only need to order one as it was a very large portion). Flatbreads ... yes, they seem a bit trendy with just about everyone serving them, but trust me this is not your average flatbread, We chose two: a wild mush- room and a seared tuna. The wild mushroom, which I am beginning to salivate at the mere thought of, was the perfect combination of crispy but chewy topped with ricotta, caramelized onions, fontina and truffle. The sec- ond flatbread featured per- . fectly seared tuna with Shal- lots, arugala and spicy aioli. Perfection. Last but not least, and in the famous words of Vanessa Williams we saved the best for last: parmesan rosemary aioli truffle friesI These fries alone are worth driving on the Mass Pike and the $1.25 toll for sure. The dessert menu looked great and hopefully next time we will have room to try something ... or just have more truffle fr[es. The Restaurant Rover gives Cook r- & $S$! iI Ye r special CD . . Direct Deposit to 9our Eagle Bank Checking account per month a Visit our branch location at 389 Hanover Street to open your account today! AGLEBANK www.bankeagle.com I 800-BANK-EAGLE 1Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is accurate as of 11/4/14. New money only. A penalty may be imposed for early withdraw- al. Rates may vary and are subject to change without notice. Minimum balance to open the CD and earn the APY is $500, m 2 aximum balance is $1,000,000. You must maintain an Eagle Bank checking account with a monthly direct deposit from pyroll, pension or Social Security for the entire term of the Special 12 Month CD. If you do not currently have direct deposit in your Eagle Bank checking account, you must have an acceptable direct deposit transaction within 90 days of opening the Special 12 Month CD. Failure to maintain an Eagle Bank checking account with a monthly direct deposit from payroll, pension or Social Security for the entire initial 12 month term of theCD will result in the interest rate and APY resetting to a lower, default interest rate (APY of the current 12-17 month CD term at the time of default). Upon maturity, the CD will automatically roll to the then 12 month regular CD interest rate and term (currently our 1217 month CD interest rate category). Member FDIC / Member DIF