2 Main St Gloucester MA
2 Main St Gloucester MA
Food. It’s literally what’s for dinner, breakfast, or lunch. It can be a lifestyle or even a moral or ethical choice. What should the fat, sugar, or sodium content be? Is it organic, conventionally raised, or genetically modified? So many choices, so many things to think about, so many possible dilemmas. Generally, though, when we think about food, writing doesn’t enter the picture beyond reading the words listed in recipes or employed in a review of the latest difficult-to-get-reservations-for restaurant.
That’s not the case for this workshop. Yes, it will involve food, but the focus will be on funneling our experience of food through writing. We’ll begin by gathering at the GWC and then going to opening day at the Gloucester Farmers’ Market, where we’ll talk to farmers about the foods they’re proudly serving up. After that, we’ll return to the GWC with our booty and cook up a light dinner. Depending on your preference, some of you will be sous chefs, others will hover over the stove, and still others will be servers. At every point in this process, we’ll ask questions; take notes; learn how to include other senses, not limiting ourselves to taste alone, and generate ideas. Your writings will be the evening’s rich desserts, a blending of words leavened with your wit, ideas, and observations. Your tasty creations can be poems, short stories, or prose confections. If you love food as well as writing, this is an evening not to be missed!
Please note: this workshop is open to people of all dietary persuasions, whether omnivores, vegetarians, or vegans. A hunger to express your observations and ideas is the only requirement.
For more information: http://gloucesterwriters.org/event/farm-table-writing/
The Gloucester Writer’s Center is located at 126 East Main Street.
Call 978-865-3210 to get your tickets today!!!
Call by 8:00 PM today, Saturday, June 27 and get $10.00 OFF
Sunday, June 28th
From 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Tickets $49/Adults and $24/Children
Come join us as we anchor for the best view of the Greasy Pole in Gloucester!! Enjoy the festivities of the Greasy Pole while you dine on a fresh shucked Lobster Roll, Clam Chowder, Virgilio’s Roll and Chocolate Mousse for dessert!!
It’s the perfect way to enjoy St. Peter’s Fiesta!!
Merriam-Webster defines Prix Fixe as “a complete meal offered at a fixed price.” Ohana defines Prix Fixe as “a delicious three course dinner with ever changing choices.” “The food is a delicious odyssey of tastes.”
In addition to popular regular items such as Mongolian Baby Back Ribs (indescribably good), Ohana Caesar Salad (a beautifully presented de-constructed salad) and Butterfish (Misoyaki marinated- seared and baked to perfection), Chef Enx creates new items on Ohana’s Prix Fixe menu. This menu changes regularly with choices of 5-6 appetizers, 4-5 main courses and 2 desserts.
Here are some examples of what New American Cuisine can be all about:
Mochiko Dusted Bass, Pork Belly, Watermelon Curry, Scallion Lo Mein. This dish combines subtle Asian spices from Japan, India and China with fresh local ingredients.
Calamari Pad Thai with Grape Salad – A new take on two popular favorites combining calamari with the classic Thai rice pasta and adding a bonus of sweetness with a grape salad
Do not forget dessert: Here is a delicious one:
Boston Creme Pie with banana creme anglaise, chocolate mousse, and fluffernutter ice cream
Everything is made in-house – from the bread to the ice cream.
Here is the classic Butterfish
Call for reservations 978-283-3200.
If you have specific dietary needs, please call ahead of time and Chef Enx will prepare something special.