The Seattle Boat Show is approaching and that means I get to visit Pike Place Market on my early morning run. After beginning my run down south on 1st St my arrival at the market is the news agent on the corner of south arcade. It pops with color and a dizzying array of magazines that adorn the long stands. The morning paper is a must along with a peak at the international newspaper headlines. There’s a little warmth in the arcade made even warmer with the wafting smell of fresh baked donuts intermixed with a hint of something mysterious yet familiar. As I wander down the arcade I recognize the mystery scent as curry from Saffron Spice. Oh, a Chai tea would be a treat but they are not open. Daily Dozen Donuts are and they are in full production but it’s a little too early for donuts.
Further down the arcade there’s a bit of orderly shouting and as I reach the end I collide with a gathering of people. I’ve now standing in the Pike Place Fish Co and they’ve been selling fish since 6:30am. I’m looking rather like a stunned mullet under the glare of their display lights when a chap in gumboots, cap and long white apron approaches. “Morning, I’m Ryan. Would you like to try some alderwood smoked salmon? Well that’s hard to resist and as I bring the morsel to my lips there’s a shout and unison chant from the other fish mongers and the next minute a large salmon from the ice display is hurtling through the air. It’s swiftly caught, between the head and tail fin, by the counterman who promptly wraps it in a sheet of paper. Not quiet what I’m in the market for, I’ll be happy with a some smoked salmon thanks.
Simply The Best, across from the Fish Co, are not to be overlooked. Their dried fruits can become addictive and choosing their variety of apple chips is made fun with tasty samples. As I turn to stroll north I find myself at the heart of the market directly beneath the famous neon clock and beside Rachel the Market’s life-sized bronze piggy bank. Since 1980 she’s been “bring home the bacon, raising over $200,000 to date. I make my donation and pat her nose for the rumored good luck. At 25 years old Rachel is a rather new comer to the Market which started in 1907 when councilman Thomas Revelle proposed that farmers by pass the middle man and connect directly to the consumers by bringing there wagons to town. On opening day eight farmers were overwhelmed by thousands eager shoppers and at the end of the year the first Market building opened. Today the Market covers 9 acres featuring over 500 venders and 200 street performers.
The arcade stretches for seemingly ever. I’m now conscious of time, I’m truly supposed to be out running but the displays and samples are so tempting. Oooh, fresh berries, flavored pastas, chocolate covered cherries, delicate clams, exotic fruits, earthy vegetables and flowering bouquets. I step out onto Pike Place determined to be on my run home but look, there’s the original Starbucks although it pale’s to the queue that’s snaking out of the inviting French bakery Le Panier. With little time for queuing I jogged on only to halt in my tracks at Beecher’s window mesmerized by the milk truck pumping milk into the open whirring vat. Need I mention their homemade cheeses are heavenly. O.K, I’ll succumb to a treat; a hot berry scone from Cinnamon Works, now I really must run!
2 dozen small clams in the shell - washed
1 cup dry sherry
½ cup chopped green onions
2 teaspoons chopped garlic
2 teaspoons fresh ginger
Place all ingredients except clams in a large sauce pan, simmer 3 minutes. Add clams cover and simmer until clams open. Remove clams to a large bowl. Simmer remaining liquid until it is reduced to ¾ cup. Pour liquid over clams and serve. Serves 4.
½ cup sliced strawberries
2 tablespoons champagne vinegar - or your favorite
1 tablespoon sugar
a pinch of salt
4 cups lettuce leaves - torn into bite-size pieces
1 cup strawberries - sliced
½ cup goat cheese - crumbled
½ cup dried mango - chopped
½ cup pecans - toasted
To make strawberry vinaigrette puree first 4 ingredients in a blender until smooth. In medium bowl toss together lettuce and strawberry vinaigrette. Pile 1 cup of the dressed lettuce on four salad plate top with remaining ingredients. Serves 4.
Salmon with Balsamic Glaze
4 salmon steaks - at room temp.
2 tablespoons olive oil
salt and pepper
¾ cup balsamic vinegar
2 tablespoons maple syrup
2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
1 clove garlic - chopped
Heat griddle to 375°F. Baste with oil. In a smaller pan heat vinegar, syrup, mustard and garlic. Bring to a boil and simmer for 12 minutes. Sprinkle salmon with olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Grill salmon for about 4-5 minutes on each side. Let rest 10 minutes. Plate salmon and drizzle with glaze.
Coconut Shrimp Pasta
1 lb short pasta preferably Papparsdelle’s Calypso Blend pasta - lime, Mango-peach and red chili flavored
2 fresh jalapeños - thinly sliced
2 clove garlic - minced
1 inch ginger - grated
2 tablespoons dark brown sugar
2 tablespoons soy sauce
1 lime - zest and juice
1 cup light coconut milk
½ cup fresh basil - chopped
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 teaspoon salt
1 lb shrimp
2 mangoes - peeled and diced
In a large bowl combine all ingredients except pasta, lime juice and mangoes. Leave to marinate for up to 4 hours, refrigerated. Remove shrimp from marinade and cook in a hot sauté pan until done, 5 minutes. Transfer shrimp to a plate. Add reserved marinade and simmer until thickened, about 5 minutes. Meanwhile cook pasta until al dente. Drain and rinse with cool water. Place in serving bowl, mix in a teaspoon of olive oil. Stir in coconut marinade and shrimp. Serve in pasta bowls garnished with mango and a drizzle of lime juice.
2 cups fresh raspberries (frozen will also work but you may need to extend cooking time)
pinch of sea salt
½ cup sugar
¾ cup milk
2/3 cup whole wheat pastry flour
1 teaspoon vanilla
½ teaspoon almond extract - optional
butter and granulated sugar for preparing pan
Preheat the oven to 350°. Prepare 10-inch oven dish by greasing with butter and sprinkling with granulated sugar, shaking the pan to coat the sides. Scatter pan with berries. In a medium bowl beat eggs, salt and sugar together until smooth. Stir in milk, flour, and extracts. Pour batter over berries. Bake 50 minutes or until set in the center, then remove from the oven and cool before slicing and serving. Dust with powdered sugar and serve warm with whipped cream or ice cream. Serves 4-6.
Our planned departure in French Polynesia from Maupiti to visit Hina on Mopelia, 100 miles to the WSW, was delayed due to light headwinds. To utilize the calm conditions I choose to teach sail repair and was in the midst of class when we heard a boat approaching. Popping up on deck we sighted Hina’s father, a Tahitian chap and a young women all perched on a boatload of bundles and boxes obviously destined for Mopelia.
As we were pondering where we could stash the huge pile of supplies the Tahitian chap looked Mahina Tiare’s name and in a questioning voice said “John?” Incredibly, Marcello had remembered a visit John had made to Mopelia 23 years earlier and written about in Mahina Tiare, Pacific Passages. Back then Marcello and his wife Adrienne were newlyweds, had no children (four would follow, the youngest was in the boat) and were living an idyllic life in an amazing thatch stilt house perched over the lagoon.
Marcello quickly bought us up to date. A cyclone had swept across the 6' high island washing their house and most of the coconut palms into the lagoon. They’d saved their babies by placing them in an old freezer which thankfully floated as successive waves roared over the island. Currently Adrienne and Fiamona, their daughter, were on Mopelia helping their son Hio establish a pearl shell farm and build a house.
Ideal conditions prevailed for our sail to Mopelia although on entering the lagoon it was hard to pinpoint Hio’s settlement amongst the thick coconut trees. I gave a blast on the fog horn and within minutes a few people ran down the beach, launched a boat and came to greet us. Adrienne was thrilled with our visit and John was equally pleased to note she was still full of life and humor. Hio was keen to show us the intricate house he was constructing for which Adrienne and Fiamona were weaving coconut leaves for the thatching.
Upon offering us coconuts Hio promptly shimmed up and down palms tossing down choice nuts. Adrienne deftly peeled away the husks on a large stake driven into the ground, before hacking openings in the nuts with a large machete. The immature green coconut water was delicious refreshing and the marshmallow flesh was eagerly scooped out with a spoon fashioned from the outer coconut and slurped down. If you live on Mopelia you best become skillful at harvesting coconuts as copra (dried coconut meat) provides the only cash income.
We were then put to work grating nuts. Adrienne made the task of sitting upon the grater base and grating the meat, on the rounded rasp between her knees, into a bowl fashioned from half an old mooring ball, held by her feet, look easy. We certainly blundered a few nuts by not mastering the method of nut rotation and ended up with a multitude of dark husk in our coconut. Creating coconut milk was a breeze; just warp up the grated coconut in a clean cloth then wring out the milk. Meanwhile Hio started the wood cooking fire while Fiamona waded into the lagoon to the lobster pen returning with an armload of bounty for an impromptu feast.
Our remaining time of Mopelia was certainly festive. Dinner parties and adventures were arranged and enjoyed equally by those ashore and the few other visiting yachts of several nationalities. Food and drink was plentiful thanks to the abundance of coconuts and all its variations, which inspired the following recipes, although if you wished for something strong to drink Hio was always eager to offer a glass of his fiery home-brewed coconut toddy.
The coconut-lobster gang - Fiamona, Adrienne, Amanda, Jim, Bobby, Hio, Gilles, John, Christine, and Julian with Kat, Gordon and Spencer in the front row
Lobster Cakes with Avocado Wasabi Dressing
5 ounces lump lobster or crab meat
1 small shallot - chopped
1 garlic clove - minced
½ tablespoon grated fresh ginger
1 teaspoon honey
1 egg white - beaten
3 tablespoons coconut milk
½ lime - juice and zest
¼ cup panko
2 tablespoons fresh cilantro - chopped
pinches of salt and pepper
¼ teaspoon chili - to taste
Gently mix together all ingredients. Form into patties and coat with extra panko. Bake 15 minutes in hot oven or pan fry until golden.
Avocado Wasabi Dressing
¼ cup tofu
juice of 1 lime
1 tablespoon minced onion
½ teaspoon wasabi paste
½ teaspoon minced garlic
pinches of salt and pepper
In a food processor, blend all ingredients together. Chill before serving.
Coconut Curry Granola
3 cups large flake oats
½ cup almonds - chopped
½ cup sunflower seeds
½ cup unsweetened large coconut flakes
1/3 cup hemp seeds
3 tablespoons sesame seeds
1 teaspoon salt
¼ teaspoon cayenne
1 egg white
2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
2 tablespoons green curry paste
1/3 cup coconut oil - melts
Preheat oven to 300°F. In a large bowl combine first 8 ingredients. Whisk toghter egg white and Worcestershire sauce, add to oats. Combine coconut oil and curry paste, add quickly to oats before coconut oil stiffens. Spread onto a rimmed baking sheet. Bake 30 minutes, stirring every 10 minutes.
Coconut and Lime Chicken
2 lbs boneless, skinless chicken breasts
3 tablespoons oil
zest of 1 lime
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1½ teaspoons ground coriander
2 tablespoon soy sauce
1½ teaspoons kosher salt
2 tablespoon sugar
2 teaspoons curry powder
½ cup coconut milk
1 small fresh hot chili
¼ cup chopped fresh cilantro
fresh limes - cut into wedges
Slice chicken breasts open like a book and pound out into an even thickness. Combine remaining ingredients, except cilantro and limes. Place chicken and marinade in a large bowl, chill 2 hours. Remove chicken and bring marinade to a boil for 2 minutes, grill chicken until done. Serve chicken sprinkled with cilantro, sauce on the side, limes, brown rice, and green salad.
Nutty Coconut Rice
3 cups cooked brown basmati rice
3 cloves garlic - chopped
2 tablespoons coconut oil
½ cup chopped pecans
½ cup golden raisins
a few pinches of cinnamon, pepper and curry powder
½ cup toasted unsweetened coconut flakes
salt to taste
In a large pan sauté garlic in coconut oil. Add spices and pecans, cook 3 minutes. Stir in raisins and rice and cook until heated through. Stir in toasted coconut. Serves 6.
No Bake Coconut Almond Bars
1 ⅓ cups pitted Medjool dates
1 cup raw almonds
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
¼ cup coconut
⅛ teaspoon salt
Combine all ingredients in a food processor and puree until combined and sticking together. Press mixture onto a cutting board and form into a square. Cut into bars. Chill until eaten.
Easter at Roche Harbor Resort is a special time as you get to truly believe that spring has arrived. It all starts with a hive of activity at the marina on Friday as yachts arrive from many locations mainly in three groups; the Beaver Cruise Club, Point Roberts Yacht Club and the Royal Victoria Yacht Club who celebrate their Easter Cruise arrival with an appetizer and wine welcome.
The Resort always plans a busy Easter weekend with an open invitation for all to join in the fun. On Saturday at 1:00pm Easter Bunny leaves 3,850 eggs boiled eggs on the Marina Party Barge for dying. Last year I got to visit with a very busy little boy, Davis Kill-Shul. The egg dying activity fascinated two-year-old Davis and with the help of Grandpa Ed they were having a grand time filling multiple trays with colored eggs. Hailing from Point Roberts they were visiting aboard Ed’s 32’ Bayliner.
Julie’s Egg Dying Recipe
Julie, a summertime liveaboard sailor, is Roche Harbor’s long time event coordinating and supporting “Happy Helper” and this is her ole time family recipe.
1 cup warm water
3 tablespoons vinegar
15 to 30 drops food coloring to achieve the desired color hue
Combine all ingredients in a cup for each colorant. The vinegar is easily ingested and acts as a mordant, allowing the egg shells to accept and hold the dye.
The Party Tent hosts an evening potluck for the Royal Vic cruisers or perhaps it’s an early night for the little ones in anticipation of tomorrow’s big day. Now it’s Sunday and time to dress in ones finest spring party frock or outfit for 10:30 Easter Mass at Our Lady of Good Voyage Chapel. At 12:30 a large colorful crowd gathers outside the resort’s centerpiece Hotel De Haro. Built in 1886 by Tacoma lawyer John McMillin the hotel was the center of a company town grown up around the mining of lime deposits from the surrounding stone. But today the main attraction is the welcoming of Easter Bunny for he wants to wish every a Happy Easter. To help him out Miss Carrot offers mini foiled chocolate eggs from her colorful basket while Chef Todd offers sophisticated deviled eggs served from a silver platter.
The excitement climaxes at 1:00 pm as the Easter egg hunt begins. Those up to 3-years-old toddle behind the white picket fences in the graciously laid out rose garden originally planted at the turn of the 20th century by McMillin’s wife Louella. Adjacent to the rose garden the clean lines of old hedging and cobbled walkways contain the profusion of plantings known as the formal garden and its here that the 4 to 6-year-olds torment the plants in their hunt. Meanwhile those aged 7 to 11-years actively search in the pavilion courtyard. All are hopeful to find the coveted gold and silver eggs.
Prizes are awarded to those who find the metallic eggs but everyone is a winner for baskets are now ever so laden with colored boiled eggs. Perhaps the following recipes will be of help if you’re at a loss as to what to do with all those eggs.
Wasabi Deviled Eggs
4 large eggs
½ teaspoon rice vinegar
½ teaspoon wasabi paste
½ teaspoon kosher salt
1 tablespoon chopped scallions
Scoop out yolks and mash until creamy. Mix in remaining ingredients and place into piping bag or zip lock bag with slit cut in a corner. Pipe mixture into egg whites.
Egg, Radish and Cucumber Salad
3 boiled eggs - chopped
2 cups radishes - thinly sliced
½ long English cucumber - seeded & diced
2 scallions - chopped
½ cup Greek yogurt
¼ teaspoon salt
Combine all ingredients.
Scallops with Asparagus, Bacon and Eggs
1lb sea scallops
4 slices thick-cut bacon
5 tablespoons flour
½ tablespoon butter
4 hard-boiled eggs - chopped
1 tablespoon lemon juice
salt and pepper
Toss scallops in flour, sprinkle with salt and pepper. In a large cast iron skillet over medium heat cook bacon until crisp. Transfer to plate, leaving fat in the pan. Add asparagus and sauté on high until done. Remove asparagus, dot with butter and sprinkle with lemon juice. Cover with foil to keep warm. Lower pan heat to medium, sauté scallops until browned and opaque, about 6 minutes. Sprinkle with lemon juice. Serve scallops and asparagus garnished with crumbled bacon and eggs.
Eggs with Curried Chickpeas
3 tablespoons olive oil
1 onion - diced
3 teaspoons curry powder
1 14 oz can chickpeas - drained
a few handfuls of spinach
4 hard-boiled eggs - halved
½ bunch parsley - chopped
In a large cast iron skillet over medium heat sauté onion in olive oil until soft, about 5 minutes. Add curry then chickpeas and cook until chickpeas are warmed through. Add spinach and sauté 3 minutes. Arrange eggs with yolks up and gently heat until eggs are warmed through. Serve garnished with parsley. Serves 2.
6 hard-boiled eggs - peeled
1 cup chopped parsley
1 head garlic - minced
4 tablespoons tomato paste
2 cups olive oil
Place the eggs in a bowl. Beat together remaining ingredients and pour over the eggs. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Serve with crusty bread. Serves 6.
Asian Egg Salad
2 tablespoon soy sauce
1 thumb ginger - julienned
1 teaspoon sugar
½ teaspoon sesame oil
1 tablespoon water
4 green onions - sliced
½ red bell pepper - sliced
1 tablespoon peanut oil
6 hard-boiled eggs - halved
1 Serrano pepper - diced
salt and pepper
In a small bowl, whisk together first seven ingredients. In a small sauté pan heat peanut oil over medium heat. Add sauce and sauté 1 minute. Arrange eggs on serving plate, spoon over sauce, top with Serrano pepper and fresh ground black pepper.
Norwegian Sugar Cookies
1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter
1 cup sugar
2 large hard-boiled egg yolks - mashed
2 large eggs - separated
1 teaspoon almond extract
2½ cups flour
1 cup pecan halves
Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Cream together butter and sugar, add mashed egg yolks, raw egg yolks, and almond extract. Stir in flour. Divide dough into quarters. On a lightly floured surface, roll out each dough quarter into a 9-inch circle about 1/8-inch thick. Cut cookies with a 2 ½-inch round cookie cutter and transfer them to ungreased cookie sheets. Reroll dough scraps for additional cookies. Top cookies with a pecan half. Lightly beat egg whites and brush over cookies. Bake until lightly browned, about 12 minutes. Cool on wire racks.
Surreal; a small word that does little justice to the Valhalla I’ve entered upon being guided to our dinning table inside the “Moulin Rouge” spiegeltent of Teatro ZinZanni by a perky Viking wench. I instantly feel a connection to Alice in Wonderland or perhaps Dorothy in Oz for I’m now far, far removed for a dark, wet and chilly Seattle evening. A warm red glow baths the 1910 high pitched circular tent that resembles an illuminated vintage kaleidoscope with its bounty of colored glass and glinting mirrors although amongst the imagery hairy masked creatures lurk lusting after Freya’s golden apples.
An announcement declares we’re here by invitation from the Nordic gods of Wotan and Thor along with the goddesses Freya and Frika, and least not forget their eclectic gang, to help celebrate the end of the world with an exquisite adventure. We daren’t refuse their generosity for John and I have recently decided to return to the land of the Vikings with our sailing expeditions and we best be on the good side of Wotan; chief to the gods and keeper of covenants and promises.
Our scrumptious feasting and partying extend far beyond dazzling cabarets transcending into astounding cirque performances that need to be seen only to be believed for they held us spellbound. Thankfully I’d gleaned a peak at scenes such as In the Bathtub, Red Bottoms, Wotan Rap and Vertical Tango for I’d had the opportunity to chat with Teatro ZinZanni’s executive chef Erik Carlson.
Amanda with Teatro ZinZanni’s executive chef Erik Carlson.
Dressed in flaming pirate pants, emblem embroidered black chef’s jacket topped with a bowler hat Erick defies your average chef perception but as captain of the Teatro ZinZanni’s dinning experience he is responsible for the evening’s 300 dinners. With the goal to bring the food into the light of every Teatro ZinZanni show themed menus that reflect on the story are created. Speakers broadcast the performance into the kitchen and on cue meals are delivered to the guests. Hard cider and crafted ales braised the pork belly and beef short ribs that graced our Ragnarock feast and in the dessert finale the hammer of Thor accompanied Freya’s golden apples.
If you’re requiring an accompaniment for your next performance take the stage with one of the following recipes courtesy of Erik.
Mushroom and Grilled Nopales Soup
Here’s a zesty soup to warm you up. Ask your grocer for cactus paddle, otherwise check with your nearest Mexican market.
2 teaspoons olive oil
2 tablespoons diced onion
1 clove crushed garlic
1 teaspoon each of fresh minced thyme, sage and oregano
¾ lb crimini mushrooms
½ lb diced roasted or grilled cactus paddle (Remove spikes using a brushing motion over the paddle with the back of a knife. Roast at 400° for a few minutes or place on a hot grill until grill marks appear)
4 teaspoons brandy
1 teaspoons molasses
1 teaspoon smoked black pepper
1 quart vegetable stock
¼ lb potatoes - peeled and diced
2 ½ tablespoons unsalted butter
¾ cup heavy cream
1 teaspoon kosher salt
In a heavy bottomed soup pot sauté garlic and onions until soft. Add herbs and steep 5 minutes. Add cactus and mushrooms, brown slightly. Deglaze with brandy. Stir in molasses, pepper and stock. Add potatoes, cook until totally soft. Puree until smooth. Add butter, allow to melt, then add cream. Salt to taste. Yields 2 quarts.
Springs Bright & Decadent Salad Dressing
1 cup red wine vinegar
1 ½ teaspoons fresh minced thyme
2 teaspoons fresh minced chives
1 ½ teaspoons garlic powder
2 teaspoons sugar
2 teaspoons kosher salt
1 ½ cups olive oil
Place first 6 ingredients in a blender. With blender on low slowly drizzle in oil.
½ lb whole blanched almonds
2 tablespoons unsalted butter
1 ½ tablespoons sugar
½ teaspoon garlic powder
¼ teaspoon onion powder
¼ teaspoon kosher salt
Over a low heat melt ingredients together just until sugar has fully melted and almonds are completely coated. Don’t heat too fast or sugar will caramelize and not coat your almonds. Spread on a lined sheet pan to cool.
¼ lb - shredded Parmesan
On a parchment lined tray pan place small mounds of Parmesan (¼ ounce) about 4” apart. Bake at 350° for 6 minutes or until golden and crisp. Don’t overcook; they taste gross then!
½ lb each of frisee, arugula, and baby spinach thinly sliced pancetta dried cherries
Spread pancetta on a parchment-lined pan. Bake at 350° for 8 minutes just to get it crispy. Toss salad greens with ¼ of the dressing, some cherries and a few almonds. Create a high mound on each salad plate finishing with pancetta. Top with a crisp and more cherries, just cuz. Serves 8.
Potage au Potiron
Not only a great warming soup this also makes the house smell good.
1 lb roasted pumpkin (directions below) or canned organic pumpkin
1 ½ lbs - diced Yukon potatoes - skin on if you are able to puree soup with blender
6 cups - vegetable stock
3 tablespoons - brown sugar
2 teaspoons - kosher salt
1 ½ teaspoons - fresh minced garlic
2 teaspoons - fresh minced rosemary
1 teaspoon - fresh mince thyme
1 cup - heavy cream
garlic croutons and diced chive for garnish
In a heavy bottomed pot bring stock to a boil. Add potatoes and cook until they’re falling apart. Add remaining ingredients except cream. Bring to a simmer then puree or mash, whisk in cream. Makes 2 quarts.
Roasted Pumpkin Meat
Cut a 5-10 lb pumpkin into quarters. Clean off strands and seeds. Place on a roasting pan, meat side down with whole sprigs of rosemary and thyme under each piece. Add ½” of water then cover with foil. Roast at 350° for 1 hour adding more water if needed.
Root Vegetable Smash
Enjoy this on a cool night or surprise your guests with something more interesting than the usual mashed potatoes!
3 gallons water
2 lbs Yukon potatoes - washed and diced
1/3 lb parsnip - peeled and diced
1/3 lb rutabaga - peeled and diced
4oz unsalted butter
1¼ cup heavy cream
2 teaspoons garlic puree (roast garlic cloves in oil until golden brown. Puree garlic, saving the oil for another yummy use)
2 teaspoons sea salt
Boil vegetables until fully softened. Pour through a colander. Meanwhile, in a small sauce pot melt butter in the cream then whisk in garlic. Combine with vegetables using a mixer or hand masher. Salt to taste. Yields 3 lbs.
In addition to an evening of perfect extravaganza what also made an impression on me is that Teatro ZinZanni is a non-profit organization dedicated to the art of helping us mere mortals transcend mortality and expand the realms of those aged 5 to 17 with circus workshops. Explore www.zinzanni.org to discover more epic events.
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