The Daily GLOB: Designer Greens, National Parfait Day, English Dance, Hippodrome Jazz, ACLIB local author series, Thanksgiving vegan alternatives, Make ahead travel well Thanksgiving entrees, Meatless Factoid

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Volume 9, Day 20, Monday, November 25, 2019
 
 
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Happy Monday!

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GLOBmaster2017GOOD morning GLOB and happy National Parfait Day!  Did you know French style parfait is served on decorated plates instead of tall, thin glassware. Well what about the fact that The oldest recipe with the name parfait comes from a French cookbook dated 1869.  Tell the GLOB Master your favorite Ice Cream Shop and I can meet you there and we can share a Parfait today!

 

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Hippodrome Jazz Series:  The Hipp is proud to partner with the University of Florida School of Music to bring this hit series back to the Hippodrome Lower Level.   The Hippodrome Jazz series presents a range of jazz musicians. The full schedule of performers and links to advance tickets are below. The Hippodrome is proud to host such talented musicians to bring back Jazz and keep Gainesville Hipp!

 

 

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Gainesville English Country Dance:  Tonight at 7:00 join the English Country Dancers for an evening of dance and eclectic music at the United church of Gainesville. Come try the dancing that began in the 1500’s and is done around the world today. This is an open dance for all. No partner, special dress or experience necessary. All dances are taught, walked through and called. Live music. There is a lesson before each Monday session at 6:45. Open to all.  $5 adults/$3 students plus a tip for the band

 

 

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ACLIB LOCAL AUTHOR SERIES: Cynthia Bertelsen trained as an historian, librarian, and nutritionist and is the author of Mushroom: A Global History and A Hastiness of Cooks: A Practical Handbook for Use in Deciphering the Mysteries of Historic Recipes and Cookbooks. Volunteering with the Peacock-Harper Culinary History Group at Virginia Tech for over ten years provided her with a deeper knowledge of historic cookbooks. And her cooking skills blossomed through years of living and working in various countries, specifically Mexico, Paraguay, Honduras, Haiti, Morocco, and Burkina Faso. Cynthia also attended cooking classes in Paris, France at Le Cordon Bleu École de Cuisine et de Pâtisserie. In 2011, the International Association of Culinary Professionals awarded her a Julia Child Independent Scholar grant to study the impact of immigration on the future of French cuisine.  Cynthia Bertelsen will present her book, A Hastiness of Cooks, on Sunday, Nov. 24 at 2:30 in Meeting Room A, at the Headquarter Branch or the ACLIB.

 

Where are we getting our parfaits today GLOBer?  You tell me your favorite ice cream shop and I can meet you there with a boatload of ice cream facts to roung out our lunch.

 

Today in the GLOB!

Meatless Monday: Designer Greens

I was having a problem with my decision making so I was relieved there were "Chef Designed" salads to choose from – 9 to be exact, including the Waldorf, Bruschetta, and my choice, the Mexicali Salad. - READ MORE

Thanksgiving vegan alternatives

Thanksgiving has never been the vegan-friendliest celebration but a little bit of ingenuity can not only make every mouth happy at dinner but also lighten up the meal to leave plenty of room for seconds or dessert (and then seconds of dessert). - READ MORE

Make ahead, travel well Thanksgiving entrees

Much any of our Thanksgiving pies can be made a minimum of two days in advance, refrigerated, and then re-crisped for 30 minutes in a warm oven.  - READ MORE

 

 

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ABOUT THAT SUPERFOOD YOUR BUYING - Though the term superfood is now commonly used, its legal definition remains woolly. Under European Union regulations, any product labelled as such must explain what the supposed health benefits are. America has no such rules.

 

 

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MEATLESS MONDAY FACTOID:  According to the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Americans consume 60% more meat than Europeans, and the rest of the world isn’t too far behind.

 

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If you're still hungry and need a good lunch idea FOLLOW THIS LINK to Gainesville's Lunch Out Blog Instagram page.  This is where the GLOB's Image Editor Erica Corbett takes great pleasure in sharing amazingly looking, deliciously yummy images of what we are thinking about, contemplating seriously, and eventually eating for lunch in the Urban GLOB.

Have a simply marvelous Monday lunch GLOBer and I will see ya right here for the last Daily GLOB of November tomorrow morning!

Mike Sanford, GLOB Editor

email me: misanford@gatorglob.com

 
 
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