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The Style of Spring…

February 11, 2014
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Every Season has its own style, but there’s surely none more welcome than the imminent arrival of Spring.  Now imagine a Country Home Garden: resplendent with blossoming branches, the vibrant hues of daffodils and tulips, a plush texture of cushiony moss underfoot.  That very theme was the inspiration used by our Event Designer, Chiara Benni,…

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Food as a Metaphor….

February 8, 2014
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We’ve all heard the phrase, ‘you are what you eat’, but there’s a lot more to consider than that.   For example: how we eat, why we eat, where we eat.  All these choices – being reflections of our cultural identity – speak with volume about who we are as both individuals and a community.   That’s…

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Francesco Mastalia

February 1, 2014
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I first became aware of Francesco Mastalia’s work while reading a magazine featuring his images of organic farmers of the Hudson Valley. Using a 19th century wet collodion process that Mastalia describes at ‘part alchemy and part art’ each step of the process has a life of its own and the resulting images reflect his…

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Chocolate Bacon Praline Recipe – Savor Something Sweet…..

February 1, 2014
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There’s one surefire way to battle the Winter Doldrums: chocolate, and lots of it. So, we’ve turned to award-winning Pastry Chef, Martin Howard, to provide you with a scrumptious remedy to these snowy indoor days. His recipe for Chocolate Praline Bacon features the best of both worlds – Sinfully savory and heavenly sweet – layered…

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Paul Neuman on the Stoler Report

January 24, 2014
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I had the pleasure of taping another segment of the Stoler Report with Michael Stoler last week to discuss issues related to multi-generational family businesses.  I was honored to exchange ideas with a distinguished group of guests, including: Bruce Bozzi Jr., Executive Vice President and fourth generation of his family to run the Palm Restaurant…

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The Stars Amongst Our Staff

January 3, 2014

While it is not polite to brag it sure is fun. When it comes to sharing the personal accomplishments of Neuman’s Kitchen team members we enjoy taking you behind the scenes to learn about the range and depth of their creative endeavors. We are a motley crew – actors, teachers, journalists, musicians, artists, poets and…

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Neuman’s Kitchen in Pilot for ThinkEco’s Plug Load Energy Management Study

October 7, 2013
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Neuman’s Kitchen was involved in a plug load energy management pilot study organized by ThinkEco from June 2012 through February 2013. Plug loads, the electricity demand from devices plugged into wall sockets, comprise the fastest growing end-use of electricity in the commercial sector. ThinkEco created the modlet as a plug load energy management platform to…

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Visit to Portland Farmers Market (When in Maine…)

October 7, 2013
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When in Maine, shop where the Mainers shop. If you are lucky enough to be in Portland, Maine on a Saturday morning I urge you to visit the Portland Farmer’s Market. Situated along the tree-shaded walkways of Deering Oaks Park, the market highlights the remarkable output of Maine farmers, growers and beekeepers, displaying their wares…

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