Kitchen show – Cocina Con Carmen http://cocinaconcarmen.com/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 00:53:16 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://cocinaconcarmen.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2021-06-24T184718.286.png Kitchen show – Cocina Con Carmen http://cocinaconcarmen.com/ 32 32 LA Concept Artist Luciano Perna Dies at 63 https://cocinaconcarmen.com/la-concept-artist-luciano-perna-dies-at-63/ Tue, 04 Jan 2022 22:45:51 +0000 https://cocinaconcarmen.com/la-concept-artist-luciano-perna-dies-at-63/ Luciano Perna, a conceptual artist whose original sculptures and varied photographs play with the elasticity of matter and time, often hiding unexpected autobiographical depths, died on December 28 in Los Angeles. The cause was an apparent heart attack, according to Darcy Huebler, his wife of 35 years and associate dean of the California Institute of […]]]>

Luciano Perna, a conceptual artist whose original sculptures and varied photographs play with the elasticity of matter and time, often hiding unexpected autobiographical depths, died on December 28 in Los Angeles.

The cause was an apparent heart attack, according to Darcy Huebler, his wife of 35 years and associate dean of the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia. He was 63 years old.

Perna was one of the 90 artists included in “Invention photography: American images of the 80sOrganized in 1989 by the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, DC, to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the invention of the modern camera. Her work has been featured in exhibitions at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Laguna Art Museum, List Visual Art Center at MIT, DIA Art Foundation in New York, Institute of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, ICA in London and other museums and artists. run the spaces.

In the first months of the 2020 effort to curb the COVID-19 pandemic through sequestered closures, Perna began posting spare and stylish still life images on social media. The photographs maximized the capacity of the digital medium as both an independent and community exhibition space.

Spectral images show artifacts from ancient museums, unrolling balls of string and fragile, flowering succulents and cacti against velvety black backgrounds and calmly ominous. The objects appear foreign and ancient, delicate and determined. The photographs were presented the following fall in Art Forum magazine, where critic Benjamin HD Buchloh described them as “flowers of current confinement and despair”. Inkjet prints were exhibited last year in Paris at the Marian Goodman Library.

Luciano Perna, “April 22, 2020, 6:46 am, Schlumbergera”, 2020, inkjet on rag paper

(Luciano Perna)

Born in Naples, Italy on January 14, 1958, to Elena Chiesa and Berardo Perna, he began taking photos at age 14, inspired by his father’s amateur work with a now classic Leica M3 camera. Young Perna learned to develop and print his images in a home darkroom.

After both parents died a few months apart when he was not yet 16, he moved to Caracas, Venezuela, to live with an older half-brother, Claudio Perna, a conceptual artist and geographer. He stayed for five years.

While briefly employed at the National Library of Venezuela, he did archival work, including providing documentation on Carlos Andrés Pérez’s presidential election campaign. He also found work at a local commercial portrait studio. Throughout his career, Perna has recorded international artists in photographic portraits, some casual and others inspired by the Dada and surreal camera work of Man Ray.

Claudio, who died in 1997, introduced Luciano to the adventurous countercultural curriculum he had read at CalArts. Perna took the plunge by enrolling in American School in 1979. The archival and portrait threads first explored in Caracas met in Los Angeles, where he later worked as a studio technician for Ray. Eames on the production of Abrams’ 1989 book “Eames Design: Work from the Office of Charles and Ray Eames.

At CalArts, Perna found a cohort of sympathetic teachers, including mainstays of conceptual art like John Baldessari, Douglas Huebler (whose daughter he would marry) and Barbara Kruger, and photographers Judy Fiskin and Jo Ann Callis. He embraced the lessons learned from the feminist art movement, which had carved out a central place in the school’s broad curriculum. He obtained a BFA in 1984 and an MFA in 1986, both in photography.

The Italian Arte Povera movement of the late 1960s, which put aside traditional art materials like paint, canvas, carved stone, and cast metal in favor of modest, everyday provisions often found in home, helped shape Perna’s emerging aesthetic. Typical was an edition of small flashlight sculptures, a subject that recalled the precedents of Jasper Johns and Claes Oldenburg but took a very different form.

Rather than casting the object in bronze or building an imposing monument of industrial steel, as American pop artists had done, he tinkered with the objects from ordinary household items: kitchen drain pistons, light bulbs, taped batteries and an on-off. switch made from clothespins. The fully functional result was also a witty and unpretentious tool useful for conceptually unblocking blockages of conventional thinking that needed to be thrown down the drain.

In other examples, a plate of spaghetti overturned on a canvas could signify the satisfying consumption of linear color skeins tangled in a Jackson Pollock drip painting. For a sculpture titled “Arte Povera,” a black wheelbarrow stacked with large boulders painted in gold both enshrined and commemorated manual labor in an era of post-industrial transformation.

Perna was also likely to fashion a life-size sculpture of a motorcycle or racing car, ostensibly masculine subjects, from pots and pans, darts, record albums and barbecue grills in the backyard than from the more familiar vehicle components easily collected at a regular auto store. A playful, warm and DIY philosophy has been amplified.

His motorbike was based on an image from a movie – the so-called “Captain America chopper” ridden by Peter Fonda in “Easy Rider”, the cult classic from the end of an era from 1969. The iconic motorbike with a fuel tank. American flag essence was celebrated in a poster that adorned the bedroom of Perna’s youth in Naples. Its manufactured version featured the famous handlebar fork, extending over a foot beyond a normal Harley-Davidson length and made from a pair of hospital crutches. The visual rhyme evoked a culture of injury.

“I haven’t seen the movie,” the artist told critic David Pagel in a 1993 article. Bomb interview in a magazine, “it was not accessible to me. I just saw the footage and imagined what was in the movie.

The ability of photographs to ignite the imagination rather than simply indexing reality has fueled much of Perna’s work. The humility essential to an aesthetic of Arte Povera has brought back to earth all the flights of utopian fantasy. A fertile cultural ground was provided by a life lived in Naples, Caracas and Los Angeles – great international cities also anchored in the fallen Spanish colonial empires.

Overlapping fictions from Hollywood films provided thematic groundwork for a 1999 solo exhibition at the Santa Monica Museum of Art. Included was a cherry red Ducati motorcycle, its hyper-futuristic and uncluttered design a glamorous surprise hidden behind a large horizontal plinth, painted in matte black. The base, echoing the mysterious monolith from Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey”, but here in particular overturned on its side, rested on a wheeled cart. The set was waiting to be removed for the next artificial scene of an imaginary film.

The art museum exhibit, titled “Science / Fiction: A Movie Studio Set”, was designed as a homemade soundstage. In an Arte Povera twist, dozens of ordinary purple egg cartons stapled to the back wall provided a “futuristic” spaceship interior, suitable for daydreams from a children’s playroom. With the camera as the industrial emblem of the visual history of modernist art, Perna opposed his work to a common urge to fabricate idealized visions.

The Fahey Klein Gallery presented the first commercial solo exhibition of Perna’s photographs in 1988. At Thomas Solomon’s garage, a year later, Perna displayed geometric abstract paintings constructed from sheets of plastic in which metallic weights were hidden ; each work was billed by the pound.

Perna stung a funny villain finger in the eye of an unprecedented boom in the 1980s art market, which broke records and made headlines. The heavier the table, the higher the price.

Personal exhibitions followed at the Rosamund Felsen Gallery, also in Los Angeles, the Holly Solomon Gallery in New York, the Dennis Anderson Gallery in Antwerp, Belgium, the Tanja Grunert Gallery in Cologne, Germany, and many more. He has participated in more than 50 group exhibitions in the United States and Europe. His work is held at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; the Museum of Fine Arts, La Chaux-des-Fonds, Switzerland; and numerous private collections.

Ten photographs of emerging and established artists associated with CalArts as the Los Angles art scene rose to international fame in the early 1980s – including Michael Asher, Jonathan Borofsky, Lari Pittman, Stephen Prina, David Salle and several others – have illustrated the catalog at the largest 2006 exhibition survey “Los Angeles 1955-1985: Birth of an art capital»Organized by the Center Pompidou in Paris.

Memorial plans for Perna are pending.


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Cold Temperatures, COVID-19 Impact Businesses and Their New Year’s Celebrations https://cocinaconcarmen.com/cold-temperatures-covid-19-impact-businesses-and-their-new-years-celebrations/ Sat, 01 Jan 2022 05:06:30 +0000 https://cocinaconcarmen.com/cold-temperatures-covid-19-impact-businesses-and-their-new-years-celebrations/ “We go out and take you home with your car,” he explains. “So two drivers will come out, one gets in your vehicle… takes you back with your vehicle home, and the other follows and picks up that driver when they are done. “ But by mid-afternoon, Peters said eight customers had called to cancel […]]]>

“We go out and take you home with your car,” he explains. “So two drivers will come out, one gets in your vehicle… takes you back with your vehicle home, and the other follows and picks up that driver when they are done. “

But by mid-afternoon, Peters said eight customers had called to cancel their trips.

“(Said) they weren’t going out tonight, either because of the cold or someone getting sick from the holidays,” he said.

In the kitchen at Fhima’s Minneapolis, staff members worked through Friday afternoons and evenings, cooking and grooming for about 150 diners, compared to three to four hundred on a typical New Years Eve.

Safety is a major concern here, for both customers and employees.

“We were planning a disco night with dancing and live music. Unfortunately, we had to cancel the disco, ”notes Fhima. “The tables will remain but the guests will be further apart, so we will leave empty tables between the guests. “

The restaurant has planned new security protocols, including filling a dance floor with tables and setting up private booths and dining areas.

“We impose masks on our staff and now we suggest the recommended masks for our guests,” Fhima said. “Social distancing goes without saying. “

Lush Lounge and Theater requires its guests to present proof of vaccination or a negative covid test.

Face covers are recommended, but not required – and disinfection stations have been set up in various locations.

“It’s exciting but also terrifying in so many ways,” says Andrew Rausch, owner and CEO of Lush. “We take all possible measures to ensure that our customers are safe, as well as our staff.”

Peters says it hasn’t been an easy year.

He had eight drivers who worked on New Years Eve – but says he lost 75% of his employees during the pandemic. Peters says he’s taking precautions too.

“We have drivers who are vaccinated or who are tested and they all wear masks,” he said. “So we follow all CDC protocols for this, making sure we’re safe.”

Fhima also runs the restaurant with a small staff – around 15 people compared to the usual 35.

Partly that’s because of the security protocols, partly because it doesn’t need that many staff, even on New Years Eve.

But Fhima says he’s lucky. Other restaurants, he says, remain closed during this final evening of 2021.

He hopes 2022 will be better.

“I hope we will join hands in other communities, not just in Minnesota, but in other communities across the country and then around the world,” Fhima said. “Let’s work together to fix this problem, and I’m optimistic it will happen.”


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7 new things to look forward to in Norwich in 2022 https://cocinaconcarmen.com/7-new-things-to-look-forward-to-in-norwich-in-2022/ Thu, 30 Dec 2021 16:05:00 +0000 https://cocinaconcarmen.com/7-new-things-to-look-forward-to-in-norwich-in-2022/ Posted: 16:05 December 30, 2021 From a new 300-seat arena to the West End shows coming to the city, there’s a lot to look forward to in Norwich in 2022. Castle Quarter in Norwich will soon host a new food market – Credit: Château district 1. Street food and live entertainment venue The castle district’s […]]]>

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From a new 300-seat arena to the West End shows coming to the city, there’s a lot to look forward to in Norwich in 2022.


Castle Quarter in Norwich will soon host a new food market
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1. Street food and live entertainment venue

The castle district’s top-floor food court will be transformed into a street food and live entertainment venue in 2022.

It will be operated by Market Asset Management and the company is currently seeking local businesses to get involved, with details on its Facebook page.

One of the units will sell alcohol and there will be live and recorded music and occasional movie screenings.


Oishii Street Kitchen in Norwich has its own restaurant and take out.

Oishii Street Kitchen in Norwich has its own restaurant and take out.
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2. Take-out and Oishii Street Kitchen restaurant

Oishii Street Kitchen serves Asian street food and it’s a collaboration between Moco Kitchen and The Hen House Kitchen, both of which are Norwich street food trucks.

Oishii launched in October 2020 take out and after successful residencies at Chambers Cocktail Company and The Earlham, it opens its own premises in January at 12 Distillery Square.


Steppe mammoth sculpture pictured in West Runton

Steppe mammoth sculpture pictured in West Runton
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3. GoGoDiscover 2022

Following the success of the GoGoDiscover Norwich T. Rex Trail in 2021, it is coming back bigger and better for 2022.

Running for 10 weeks from June 27 to September 10, the Family Trail will feature even more dinosaurs in Norwich and a mighty herd of Steppe Mammoth sculptures from across Norfolk.

It is delivered by Break, an East Anglian-based children’s charity, in partnership with Wild in Art, and all of the sculptures are decorated.


The Block, Norwich

An image showing what the entrance to the Norwich Block might look like.
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4. The block

A new 300-seat arena entirely made up of shipping containers is expected to open in the Surface car park near Mountergate in Norwich.

The multi-million pound site is slated to start hosting events around Easter 2022 and currently has clearance to be up for a year.

The developer is Teampartner Three and the plans also include a food court.


Richard Watts, who is opening a new burrito bar called Avo in Norwich

Richard Watts, who is opening a new burrito bar called Avo in Norwich
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5. Avo

Richard Watts is set to open a burrito bar next to The Murderers pub in Timber Hill in January.

Mr. Watts has developed his own secret burrito recipe for his new business and he plans to serve Redwell beer on tap.


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Elton John will perform at Carrow Road in Norwich in 2022.
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6. Carrow Road Concerts

Two of the world’s greatest performers will arrive at Carrow Road Stadium in 2022.

Las Vegas rockers The Killers will take the stage on June 9, after the show was postponed due to the pandemic, for their Imploding the Mirage tour.

On June 15, global icon Elton John will kick off the UK leg of his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour in Norwich.


Mamma Mia's UK Tour!  arrives at the Norwich Theater Royal in 2022.

Mamma Mia’s UK Tour! arrives at the Norwich Theater Royal in 2022.
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7. West End shows

You don’t need to fork out for expensive London train tickets and hotels to watch West End shows, as many come to the Norwich Theater Royal.

This includes The Book of Mormon (January 25-February 5), School of Rock (March 15-19), Dreamgirls (May 31-June 11), We Will Rock You (June 20-25) and Mamma Mia! (October 4 to 22).


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Which side are you on? https://cocinaconcarmen.com/which-side-are-you-on/ Mon, 27 Dec 2021 01:00:34 +0000 https://cocinaconcarmen.com/which-side-are-you-on/ Succession Which side are you on? Season 1 Episode 6 Editor’s Note 5 stars ***** Photo: HBO With season three of Succession Now in the books, Vulture returns to where it all started with weekly recaps of the first season. Check back with us and come back every Sunday night for the next pair of […]]]>

Succession

Which side are you on?

Season 1

Episode 6

Editor’s Note

5 stars

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With season three of Succession Now in the books, Vulture returns to where it all started with weekly recaps of the first season. Check back with us and come back every Sunday night for the next pair of episodes.

There are many occasions to talk about the Roy children failures because it is part of what Succession is about – a business (and a country) bequeathed to the descendants of the superelite. Connor, Kendall, Shiv, and Roman don’t have the qualifications, wisdom, temperament, or basic skills to run a popsicle stand, but they will inherit the world because meritocracy is an idea that can be promoted. on ATN opinion broadcasts, but not in the corridors of power at Waystar. Even still, siblings inevitably grope the ball.

But with all this clearing of the throat, let’s face it: Logan Roy is lucky to still have a job.

In the captivating “Which Side Are You On?” Kendall and Roman’s efforts to gain support for a “no confidence” vote against their father results in the expected comedy of errors, but the fundamentals of the decision are solid. Logan is certainly feared in his own business, but he is also hated, and the combination of his weakened health, the fall in his actions, and the uncertainty about his leadership decisions creates the best possible opportunity to knock him out of the business. perch. A board vote against him is also a clear and timely way to do it, and Kendall and Roman have the advantage of alumni like Frank and (more quietly) Gerri helping him develop a kick-off strategy. State. When the four of them meet in a restaurant – the one that doesn’t have almond cortado, alas – they have good reason to believe that they will be successful.

If there isn’t an unidentified threat closing the airspace over Manhattan, the vote will likely succeed. If Logan withdraws from the board meeting like he’s supposed to, the vote will likely succeed. If Roman can muster the courage to support his own cause, the vote is definitely successful. Instead, it ends in a tie and everyone who voted against Logan is kicked from the board – and, if present, from the building.

Looks like Logan got final approval on the cut from “Which Side Are You On?” because Kendall’s greatest triumph as a vote wrestler comes down to a wordless edit sequence. On the morning of the vote, with a “maybe” at stake, Kendall risks missing the meeting altogether by heading to a Long Island hospital to persuade a crucial board member to join the cause. It is possible that this voter, Ilona, ​​whom we have never seen before, did not spend enough time with Kendall to have the lack of confidence in him, but his personal visit turns out to be the right call. . It was the terrorists who beat him that day when he couldn’t grab a fast helicopter to return to headquarters. The narrative gods don’t want him to win.

He’s doing his best to lose too. Kendall opens his campaign auspiciously by mentioning the “no confidence” vote to Stewy, who makes no effort to mask his displeasure with the move as he knows Wall Street will view such an upheaval with kindness. (“You’re fucking with my money, Ken.”) But Stewy is in the position that a lot of other board members – including many future non-voters, like him – are in. it is not well served by voting both ways. With typical frankness, Stewy says to Ken, “I can promise you that I am spiritually, emotionally and ethically and morally behind whoever wins.” And with typical ignorance, Ken counts that as a vote in his favor. (However, again, if the winds of change were blowing more favorably on voting morning, and Kendall didn’t plead her case through traffic tunnels, horns, and interrupted reception, then Stewy is probably a “yes.” D ‘others too.)

It’s hard to believe that Lawrence, who reveled in torturing Kendall for exorbitant fees for Vaulter, could be among the compelling people, but his digital outlet is in a lose-lose position within the company. Vaulter represents the cool take on new media that Logan’s sons are trying to advance on his legacy old media instincts, so Lawrence is caught between a CEO hostile to his point of sale and Kendall, whom he doesn’t respect at all. However, Roman considers it time for him to shine, so he persuades Kendall to allow him to meet with Lawrence to get his vote. To the very reasonable question “What is your vision?” Roman launches out on what he thinks is the cool, hip answer that will impress the hip, cool guy from Vaulter. He talks about laughing in the middle of a bookstore, with all of its hilarious and outdated writing on bound pieces of paper. He thinks the future is for “tasty bits from groovy hubs” like Vaulter.

Roman reads the situation hilariously. He thinks he’s telling Lawrence what he wants to hear. He thinks that the publisher of a “groovy hub” like Vaulter surely has contempt for books and the grueling ordeal of reading or writing the paragraphs and pages necessary to convey ideas. (Roman doesn’t understand Lawrence’s tongue-in-cheek joke about becoming “post-literate.”) He also thinks they are both the “disruptive” type who share a thirst for novelty for herself, everything to break the old heavy models for profitability in the past. While Roman and Kendall disagree on much, they see Waystar as a vehicle for their own relevance and status. They are embarrassed to be associated with the old man’s affairs.

Of course, they’re not cool at all. This is why “which side are you on? Opens where he does, with Kendall backstage with Stewy at a hip-hop show, no doubt mentally calculating how long it would take him to say he was ‘hanging out’ with the talent. . When a brief greeting proves insufficient, Kendall wants his assistant to remind the man who pays his checks in the coldest possible way. Being rich gives you that level of status, which is a lesson Tom is trying to teach Greg by taking him on an evening of illegal bird song consumption and a $ 2,000 a bottle service in the tightest corners. exclusive to the most exclusive nightclubs. With enough money, you can protect yourself from the opinions people might have about you.

Real power is not caring, and it belongs entirely to Logan. He doesn’t care if his sons think buying local news stations isn’t cool. He doesn’t care to honor protocol to recuse himself from a council vote, especially if it is a fatal threat to his leadership. He’s even openly rooting for cancer to emphatically show how much he doesn’t care. The only thing that interests him is winning. And in “Which side are you on?” he hooks another one W on the board.

• The other major subplot of this episode is that Shiv may be rekindling his work / other stuff relationship with Nate, an ex-boyfriend in the world of political advice. The two share funny, half-mean / half-flirtatious jokes about the company and their love life, but they don’t fit into the rest of the hour gracefully.

• Tom looks happy and freed from all the episodes, having escaped (for now) the cruise scandal that was biting his feet. “It’s like this 900-pound gorilla has finally stopped fucking me,” he says, a line made funnier by the fact that Shiv can’t even give it a third of his attention.

• The conversation between Greg and Tom on California Pizza Kitchen is an instant classic, showing the financial deepness between them. “It’s pretty delicious,” says Greg. “No,” Tom replies. “No, this is not the case.” The youngster who lives in a youth hostel and stuffs office pastries in doggy bags not so long ago is going to have to learn how to get rich.

• Ewan returning from Canada again to vote for the brother he hates has almost impressive principles because Ewan can see Kendall’s decision as a decision rather than an act of concern. “It is a gratuitous act of blatant selfishness,” he said, “in keeping with everything I have come to hate about this family rat’s nest.”

• Poor Greg. The same night his grandfather makes him eat every piece of a noodle dinner he doesn’t want, he sits down at a prix fixe restaurant with Tom, who immediately tells him, “When I ate theirs. monkfish, I thought I was going to shit, throw up and cum all at once.

• The title of the episode is a protest song written around a mining strike in Harlan County, Ky., In the 1930s. This same area would appear in the 1976 Barbara Kopple historical documentary. Harlan County, United States, a strike lasting for several months which turned violent, with Kopple herself in the midst of the action. Frankly, it’s a little odd to include it here, but it offers a jarring perspective.


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After 100 years, the family Christmas tradition continues https://cocinaconcarmen.com/after-100-years-the-family-christmas-tradition-continues/ Sat, 25 Dec 2021 03:15:52 +0000 https://cocinaconcarmen.com/after-100-years-the-family-christmas-tradition-continues/ (WKBN) – For the Gioglio family, the feast of the 7 fish takes many cooks in the kitchen to feed the 90 people who came for Christmas Eve. Finding all 7 fish can be difficult, but this family did and they had quite a few mouths to feed. But it was worth continuing a tradition […]]]>

(WKBN) – For the Gioglio family, the feast of the 7 fish takes many cooks in the kitchen to feed the 90 people who came for Christmas Eve.

Finding all 7 fish can be difficult, but this family did and they had quite a few mouths to feed. But it was worth continuing a tradition dating back over 100 years.

“It probably took three to four days to start,” said Mary Lou. “We got it all figured out, we buy the food and then we come, my nieces help me, his wife, everyone participates.”

“Traditionally we have smelt, Claari, whitefish, bacala, shrimp and eel are generally used. We replaced the eel and made clams instead, ”said Anthony.

With seven fish on the menu, everyone has their favorite.

“I have to make fried shrimp, I’m a little basic but have to do fried shrimp here,” Joseph said.

While the night is all about the food, the real meaning of the party is family.

“Family is number one and it’s something that I wear all my life,” Joseph said.

The Gioglio family holiday dates back over 100 years when their ancestors came to America.

“In 19197, they landed at Ellis Island on December 23,” said Anthony.

From then on, the family gathered in treasures.

“We had up to 125 people from across the country, we even had family members from overseas to join us,” Anthony said.

Parents, grandparents, great-grandparents pass on family recipes every year, generation after generation.

“It’s been at least, I’m saying probably six generations,” said Mary Lou.

Having this Feast of the 7 Fishes every year is a night to show what it means to keep your legacy because, ultimately, they bring a new generation.

“The next generation beyond us just adopted it as well, they like to know what their roots are, where they are from,” said Anthony.

“I would like my children and my cousin’s children, my brother’s children, all to experience this family tradition and experience this love of family and the life that we have here,” said Joseph.


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Mussels in the mouth and Michelin stars: the chef regains glory after an epic teardown https://cocinaconcarmen.com/mussels-in-the-mouth-and-michelin-stars-the-chef-regains-glory-after-an-epic-teardown/ Thu, 23 Dec 2021 08:00:08 +0000 https://cocinaconcarmen.com/mussels-in-the-mouth-and-michelin-stars-the-chef-regains-glory-after-an-epic-teardown/ “They had a great time laughing at us,” Pellegrino said, adding that if the party had done the same at a local trattoria, “they would have been kicked” in the butt. Informed of the charge of rudeness, Ms. DeRuiter was appalled. “Attempts by Bros’ chefs to blame their customers for the quality of service received,” […]]]>

“They had a great time laughing at us,” Pellegrino said, adding that if the party had done the same at a local trattoria, “they would have been kicked” in the butt.

Informed of the charge of rudeness, Ms. DeRuiter was appalled. “Attempts by Bros’ chefs to blame their customers for the quality of service received,” she wrote in an email, “is the antithesis of what makes a good restaurant.”

Misunderstood masterpiece or lousy meal, excoriation or well-deserved ax work, what is clear is that Mr. Pellegrino had unexpectedly established himself as the ultimate caricature of the egocentric haute cuisine chef. Even more than his Michelin star, this marks the road traveled.

Mr Pellegrino lives with Ms Potì near Scorrano, where he was born and raised and where the authorities recently dissolved the town hall for his mafia infiltration. His father “had problems with the law”, he said, and his mother prepared typical dishes like horse meat in the kitchen of the family farm and agritourism, where he rode horses with him. his two little brothers. She told them one would be a cop, the other a crook. He insisted that he would be “a chef with a chain of restaurants”.

Mr Pellegrino said the culinary dream had helped him avoid the crime that had captured many of his friends, as had the discipline he learned from playing rugby. Bros’ restaurant now has its own Brothers rugby club, which brings local players into the kitchen and foreign restaurant interns and staff, sometimes seemingly reluctantly, into the gym and onto the field.

“Team spirit,” he said.

At 16, Mr. Pellegrino followed his mother to work in a restaurant in the seaside resort of Otranto. When he slept, she dragged him by the ear, locked in rugby, berating “finish what you start”. He remained loyal to the kitchen, but at 18 he fell out with his parents after totaling their Fiat. Worried about having fallen into the wrong crowd, he decided to go it alone.

“Like a samurai,” he said.

He sent a Facebook message to Ilario Vinciguerra, a renowned chef outside Milan, pleading for a place in the kitchen.


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Watch Now: NESCO is a Wisconsin staple, but more than a roaster | Economic news https://cocinaconcarmen.com/watch-now-nesco-is-a-wisconsin-staple-but-more-than-a-roaster-economic-news/ Sun, 19 Dec 2021 13:49:02 +0000 https://cocinaconcarmen.com/watch-now-nesco-is-a-wisconsin-staple-but-more-than-a-roaster-economic-news/ TWO RIVERS – Rick Carey knows he has a trademark problem even though most people in Wisconsin are familiar with the name. His century-old business one block from the West Twin River makes food dehydrators, slow cookers, coffee urns and hand mixers. There are egg cookers, steamers, pressure cookers and hotplates. For hunters looking to […]]]>

TWO RIVERS – Rick Carey knows he has a trademark problem even though most people in Wisconsin are familiar with the name.

His century-old business one block from the West Twin River makes food dehydrators, slow cookers, coffee urns and hand mixers. There are egg cookers, steamers, pressure cookers and hotplates.

For hunters looking to process their own game, offerings include meat slicers, choppers, vacuum sealers, jerky equipment and a variety of spices.

They all bear the name NESCO. And none of these products are what comes to mind to many.






Holly Engelland, a volunteer with the Two Rivers Historical Society, shows the characteristics of a vintage NESCO roaster that is part of the society’s collection. NESCO Roasters are a classic Wisconsin kitchen appliance that has been made for years in Two Rivers by The Metal Ware Corp. The company still owns the brand but manufactures the roasters in China.


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For those of us who grew up in Wisconsin, a NESCO is what gets carried from the basement or pantry a few times a year to cook a ham, a whole turkey, or keep gallons of baked beans or of hot chili for a family picking.

We’re of course talking about the NESCO roaster, a classic Wisconsin cooking appliance that will be working overtime in the coming weeks for the Christmas, New Years and Super Bowl parties.

” It’s a brand. It’s not really a product, ”said Carey, president of The Metal Ware Corp., which makes NESCO products. “For a long time, it was really just a Midwestern thing.”


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