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A few weeks ago I was working on cleaning out the apartment of my aunt who had recently passed away. She was 88 on her last birthday and for many years lived alone. Like many people of her generation my aunt was a “saver.” In the process of organizing everything I came across a copy of Woman’s Day magazine that she had saved from April 1939. The cover price was two cents. The magazine was in almost mint condition. The pages had yellowed, but otherwise it was perfect. I don’t know her reason for keeping this particular issue, because there were no other copies of the magazine to be found in he...
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This past Sunday, September 20th, was the first day of lunch service at the inn...we didn't know what to expect.  What could be better than Chef Daniel Boulud, only one of the most famous chefs in the world having lunch with us as one of our first guests. He enjoyed a quiet lunch on the terrace, going unnoticed by others around him. This was a pretty nice surprise, and a great way to get our Sunday lunch off and running. Lunch will served on Sunday from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. Brunch is also being served, from 9:00am to 1:00pm. Our 60" wide, HD television will be featuring the local sports team...
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I want to tell you about one of the finest culinary evenings I have ever had in my life.  My wife and I dined at Per Se this past Saturday night for our anniversary and we are still glowing over our amazing experience.  From the moment we walked into this world renowned restaurant, we were treated like royalty.  We were seated in the upper tier of tables and looked out at a spectacular view of Columbus Circle and a corner of Central Park.  On our table was a hand written card from Thomas Keller wishing us a Happy Anniversary.  I was already blown away! The Chef had pu...
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Cookies have always been a part of my life, always a reward or a treat as a child there was nothing like a cookie. Usually it was a toss up of the oreo, always a challenge to figure out what new way to eat it, or mom’s fresh baked chocolate chips. Really it didn’t matter they both are great and over the years I don’t think I have met anyone that hasn’t enjoyed some type of cookie. Beside its tastiness it provokes memories and good times. But a few years ago while hanging out with a bunch of fellow chefs  I truly learned how valuable a cookie can be. While in an airport one day with a gro...
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Words of Wisdom from Our Finance Director September 11-14, 2009 Income: Four day weekend in Boothbay Harbor, Maine A boat ride up the Kennebec River, spotted 1 seal, 2 porpoises, 3 bald eagles Won the Maine lottery for $3.00 Lobster dinner every night Won a $35.00 gift card from LLBean Expenses: Stayed in a beautiful Bed & Breakfast, Blue Heron Seaside Inn Shopping in Freeport—LLBean, Coach, NorthFace, Dooney& Bourke I had to half my Maine lottery winnings with my brother Gas & Tolls Buying Christmas gifts in Boothbay Harbor Net Income/(Loss) The Way Life Should Be
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