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Anthony Mongiello continues his family's tradition; a dedication to innovation. In 1925, his grandfather, Lorenzo Mongiello established a specialty canning corporation for ricotta cheese. Lorenzo designed these metal tapered cans and built machinery to produce them. Lorenzo's son, Angelo Mongiello Sr. continued with his father's industrial creativity. After watching how workers painfully molded mozzarella, with their bare hands in boiling hot water, he invented the first automated mozzarella cheese making machine. Angelo subsequently earned over a dozen patents on industry related items, as well as custom built equipment that we at Formaggio still use today. In the book "The History of Italian Cheese in America", published in the early 1950's, Angelo Sr. is listed as inventor of the first mozzarella making machine in the United States. With tireless dedication and imagination, the possibilities for specialty cheese products have been and will continue to be endless. Taking the Fresh Mozzarella cheese category from 5 items to 65 items and creating an entire specialty cheese category in the grocery store along the way is merely a sign of more to come and a nod to the excellence in quality. The Formaggio difference is the Flavor, Innovation and Quality that goes into every product. http://formaggiocheese.com
When Grove O’Rourke takes a call from Palmer Kincaid, his old mentor and his biggest client, he can tell that the old man is more than worried. But he doesn’t catch the next plane to Kincaid’s home in Charleston, S.C. As a result, he has to make the trip anyway for Palmer’s funeral after he’s killed in a convenient one-person boating accident. Smarting with guilt, Grove agrees to join Palmer’s daughter Claire, 33, and his second wife JoJo, 39, on the board of the Palmetto Foundation, which Palmer launched and headed. Another mistake. Katy Anders, Grove’s boss at Sachs, Kidder and Carnegie, is anything but supportive. And the very first item of business before the Foundation, a transfer of $65 million donated by the Catholic Fund to the Foundation for relief work in the Philippines, raises Grove’s hackles. He’s taken aback by dogged Fayetteville lawyer Biscuit Hughes’ revelation that the Catholic Fund owns Highly Intimate Pleasures, an adult novelty superstore, and he doesn’t trust Father Frederick Ricardo, the fast-talking Maryknoll priest who’s pressing for the transfer. http://norbvonnegut.com
Why do some good businesses fail when lots of mediocre establishments thrive? The answer: effective communication, says Christy Demetrakis, a communications training expert and author of “Faith to Conquer Fear: Inspiration to Achieve your Dreams” (www.empoweredspeaker.com ). “You can have an excellent product or service and reasonable prices, but if you don’t know how to communicate with the public – how to speak to audiences full of potential customers – you’re likely to fail,” she says. “Your ability to speak will affect your ability to close a sale.”
Journey is a riveting and touching account of the astonishing, harrowing, and dangerous odyssey of a brave 19 year-old boy who chooses freedom over tyranny, and in so doing, places his family and his own life in peril. It is the story of a young boy becoming a man, finding his place in the world, and living with the heart-breaking guilt of having chosen the future over the past – and the consequences of that decision. In Journey, author Stephen Mateo takes the reader on the astonishing adventure his father, Tomas Castellano, took back in 1946 to escape Franco’s fascist rule in Spain. Torn between the family he loves and the desire to be free from tyranny, Tomas ultimately makes the life-altering decision to steal a sailboat and set sail across the Atlantic Ocean in search of freedom and a new life in America. What follows are his extraordinary 90 day journey, and the suffering his family goes through after waking up one morning to find their son has disappeared without a trace.
Dr. Albert Franchi is a classically trained orthopedic physician and has been practicing orthopedics for the past 25 years. He received his training at Boston University and has treated numerous patients with 1000’s of injections during the past 14 years. For the past 25 years here in New England, Dr. Franchi has been the Bentley University Team Physician for all of their intercollegiate sports teams as well as the team physician for a number of High Schools in the Boston area. Over the years Dr. Franchi has treated a significant number of professional athletes who were able to achieve outstanding results using prolotherapy. Prolotherapy is a medical procedure that many chronic and acute pain patients, as well as athletes with sports injuries, are turning to because it is used as an alternative to surgery, arthroscopy, cortisone shots, non-steroidal anti-inflammatories, and/or chronic use of narcotic pain medications. Prolotherapy stimulates the body to repair the painful injured area(s) when the body’s natural healing process is not able to do the job on its own. To learn more about our orthopedic practice and prolotherapy visit: www.CallDrAl.com – his site is mobilized and will render our site and videos on every make and model of smart phones. To make an appointment call: (781) 665-9500
This afternoon I will have an interview with Peter Moore, the Editor of Men's Health magazine. We will talk about their story called “NO RAW DEAL”that’s on page 139 of the latest issue of MEN’S HEALTH....here are our tips on HOW TO SHOP SMART at your local farmers’ market: FARMERS’ MARKET TIP #1: MAKE SURE YOU GET THERE EARLY Why? Because the sweetest strawberries, crispest cucumbers, and most vibrant greens......are often snatched up in the first hour the market is open. So it pays to arrive early to score the cream of the crop......and to get your best shot at getting the best stuff. Bonus tip: When you get there early, the vendors often have more time to chat......and that’s the best time to ask them which fruits and vegetables are at peak ripeness. FARMERS’ MARKET TIP #2 MAKE SURE YOU SHOP AROUND: Since a range of vendors are often selling the same assortment of produce......it pays to be prudent and take a lap around the market before buying anything. But don’t just check prices......because it also pays to take a close look at the wares. In fact, if you hold off buying immediately......you'll probably start to find vendors you prefer, as you take your weekly market tour.