August 2018 Newsletter

Chef Alan's August Update

Kitchen Search
Two different industrial kitchen options were discovered this past month.   One is larger than the other and may be the lucky candidate given it’s size. The smaller kitchen presents less of a financial challenge however.  We believe we can lease one or the other kitchens before summer’s end.

Results of Fund Raiser #2 
The results of the  Hyannis Golf Club held July 26 was encouraging.  We are pleased to report that the turnout for the event matched the size of our first fundraiser at Mac's Seafood in Provincetown. Chef Scott Allen of the Hyannis Golf Club generously donated the appetizers for the event. Our thanks also go Liquor & More in Dennis, Chatham Bars Inn, Hy-Line Cruises, Chatham Monomoy Theatre, and Kim Greene for generous donations.  

My Best,  
Alan Zox

Member Profile: Chukulati Chocolate Co. 

Artisinal Ecuadorian Chocolates
"We believe the the best chocolate comes from good sourcing. Our chocolate is all organic, single origin and single province, and made with 4 or less ingredients. This truly allows our consumers to taste the palatable differences in this fine Nacional cacao, from fruity and floral, to red fruits and wine notes, to creamy and vanilla undertones, or a very cocoa forward flavor."

Salmon Poke Bowl Recipe

“Poke Bowls” have become the hottest type of food on the market. They have become increasingly popular in Hawaii, California and throughout the larger U.S.  The Hawaiian version of this type of food means “to slice or cut” and is most often served in styrofoam or portable containers. They are easy to make, diverse in their complexity, and wonderfully delicious in taste and texture.
I recently enjoyed a poke bowl in San Francisco with my son on our way to the  Japanese Garden.  We discovered a multitude  of  Poke Bowl options- from shrimp, to sushi grade tuna, to halibut and wild Salmon. There are other common ingredients besides seafood that virtually all Poke bowl recipes include such as:

  • Rice or Quinoa
  • Umami packed sauces 
  • apple cider vinegar;
  • flake nutritional yeast;
  • Tamari
  • olive oil
  • water

Enjoy this Recipe!

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