At Stop and Shop East Gloucester they were cleaning out the meat cases. I normally wouldn’t even consider buying big ass chicken drumsticks for the grill but there wasn’t a whole lot of other options because all the steaks and pork were stashed away.
So I purchased chicken drumsticks, rubbed them up with the Paul Prudhomme (RIP) rub that I use for just about everything, and set up the grill with all the coals on one side. Closed top and bottom vent half way and tossed some brussel sprouts on the new cast iron pan Kim Smith got me for my birthday after I coated the brussel sprouts with EVOO, Atlantic Saltworks Sea Salt and Crushed Black Pepper.
Put the rubbed drumsticks on the opposite side of the grill as the coals, put the cast iron pan with the EVOO coated brussel sprouts over the coals and a russet potato covered with EVOO and Atlantic Saltworks flake salt on a piece of tin foil over the coals.
After a half hour the brussel sprouts were caramelized to crispy goodness (my favorite vegetable). I put the lid back on and let the chicken cook at about 300 degrees opposite the coals with the vents half way choked down for an hour. the skin of the chicken when I lifted off the cover was nice and crispy. I mopped the drumsticks with some Carolina gold BBQ sauce all over and put them over the coals for a few minutes on each side to get the sugars in the sauce to liquefy and caramelize.
Let me tell you, my reluctance to buy drumsticks was completely unfounded.
The chicken was so tasty it was like eating candy. you know that feeling when you bite into something and you go ohhh my gawdddd. it was just like that!
100% added to my list of things to grill.
Ohhh My Gawdddd!
Enjoying some food and bev while admiring the fantastic new work by Sarah Wonson. Come on down tonight, or anytime soon to Passports and peep it folks!
Gulls departing Brace Cove after the storm
Great Blue Heron, seals, and gull
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Tune into into Cape Ann TV to see who will be your next Mayor, City Councilors and School Conmmittee Members. We are going Live with Gloucester Election Coverage from City Hall at 8pm. Meredith Fine is hosting the program and will talk to the candidates, while Heidi Dallin will giving you the latest results as they come in from the polls.
Sound Temple Music Presents Christine Tulis, Kem Stone and special guest Stan Strickland in a Healing Harp Concert
Saturday, November 7, 2015, 7:30 – 9 pm
Tickets $20, $15 for RNAC members
The Cultural Center at Rocky Neck
6 Wonson Street, Gloucester, MA 01930
Gloucester MA — THE CULTURAL CENTER at Rocky Neck is pleased to welcome harpist, singer and healing artist Christine Tulis, multi percussionist Kem Stone and special guest Stan Strickland for a unique concert highlighting the healing qualities of music on Saturday, November 7 from 7:30 – 9 pm.
Christine Tulis and Kem Stone are award-winning composers who have forged a musical partnership based on a mutual love of the healing properties of music. Their evocative sound features Christine’s celestial voice and Celtic harp seamlessly blended with Kem’s keyboard and world percussion. They are joined by internationally acclaimed sax and flute player Stan Strickland for a magical evening of music to open your heart.
Inspired by the poetry of Rumi, one of the world’s greatest mystical poets, the writings of Saint Theresa of Avila and her own personal experiences Christine creates songs celebrating universal qualities of Divine love and beauty. The harp has an ancient history of being used to facilitate healing and help people connect to the sacred, inner dimensions of their being. This program promotes the healing qualities of music and highlights the spiritual ideas embedded in the poetry to contribute to inner peace, happiness and well-being.
Christine and Kem have shared their music widely including at the United Nations, New York and Grace Cathedral, San Francisco. Their deep love for Cape Ann inspires their frequent return to bring the healing and uplifting qualities of their music to New England audiences.
To purchase concert tickets, hear samples of their music and learn more about Christine’s individual healing sessions available on Cape Ann and the Boston area this fall please visit www.christinetulis.com.
- Multi-media presentation of The Night Before Christmas narrated by Le Grand David (David Bull) of the Le Grand David Spectacular Magic Company
- Christmas songs by Allen Estes
- Sing-along with Allen & Santa’s Elves
- Special appearance by Santa
- Perfectly Lit Photo Op with your child and Santa together on stage.
- Limited Seating Available – Get Tickets Now
The Washington Post says “Erelli addresses tough issues with the
grit of John Hiatt and the melancholy beauty of Ron Sexsmith” and there are still seats available for this very intimate Cape Ann show. Tickets are just $15.
You can get tickets here before they are gone http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2245426
The first playoff game of this year a HUGE win over a team that had beaten them 35-0 earlier at the start of the season. Not only did they win but they did it in a grand fashion driving 62 yards with just over 0ne minute left in the game scoring with 3.2 seconds left to play!!!
Don’t Forget to Make your Bones of the Dead Cookie Dough for All Saints’ Day & All Souls’ Day today… recipe and our family story on page 112 of my cookbook ” Gifts of Gold”
Another great event on Sunday at Rusty & Ingrid Creative Company Handmade Fine Art Screen Arts.
If you are on Lexington Avenue make sure you stop by and visit this great studio. The kids loved it making their own screen print.
Hi Joey, The season’s winding down in Pigeon Cove. Here’s a one minute slice of life on the waterfront late Sunday afternoon.
Editor’s note: the season is far from over for everyone except the small part timers. We’re actually in the heart of it.
It has been a couple of years….close to 3 actually, I think…and we have grown accustomed to how those wind turbines look from different angles all around town. I’d say that we almost don’t even notice them anymore, but that’d be a lie. We do. We still notice them. Actually, my boys notice them enough to pay attention each weekday morning at about 7:25 and most afternoons around 4:45 to see how many (if any) are “spinning”.
They’ve been asking me off and on, for a long time, to explain why sometimes none are moving, sometimes just one, and sometimes 2 or even all 3 are in operation.
I’ve guessed that they operate as needed. But I haven’t been able to satisfy their curiosity completely. Does a person actually turn them on as necessary? Do they turn themselves on? Is there a schedule we have not yet noticed? How much does weather actually play a role? What’s the deal?
I’d love some help from our highly knowledgable FOBs!
Help a kid (or two) out if you’re in the know and have a second.
Thanks in advance!