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NH’s Tuscan Market Hosts Exclusive Book Signing With Award-Winning New England Baker Jane Della Higgins
Della’s Delicious Desserts
Salem, NH’s Tuscan Market Hosts Exclusive Book Signing With Award-Winning New England Baker Jane Della Higgins
WHAT: Tuscan Market, the largest artisanal marketplace in New England, will host award-winner Jane Della Higgins for an exclusive book signing event. The signing for her cookbook “Auntie Jane Della’s” will take place on Saturday, August 9th, 2014 from 11:00AM until 3:00PM. Known for desserts such as her Black Moons, Anna-Banana Bread, and Chocolate Chip Cookies, readers can learn these acclaimed recipes and more in her cookbook.
Guests are invited to meet and mingle with Della in addition to having their books signed. Copies of her new book will be available for purchase in Tuscan Market for $24.99. Della, whose sister is a cancer survivor, will donate one dollar for every cookbook sold to the American Cancer Society. In addition, 10% of all bakery and dessert sales at Tuscan Market on the day of the book signing will go to the American Cancer Society. Attendees can choose from a variety of artisanal confections, including tiramisu, lemon coconut cake, and hazelnut and lemon tarts. For more information please call 603-912-5467 or visit www.TuscanBrands.com. No reservations necessary.
WHERE: Tuscan Market | 67 Main Street, Salem, New Hampshire 03079
WHEN: Saturday, August 9th, 2014, 11:00AM–3:00PM
COST: Book signing at Tuscan Market is free (does not include book).
About Tuscan Brands:
Tuscan Kitchen is an upscale restaurant offering handcrafted regional Italian cuisine located in Salem, New Hampshire. Owner/Entrepreneur Joe Faro opened Tuscan Kitchen with one simple vision: recreating a true Italian experience. Everything from the imported Italian limestone on the building’s exterior, to the 16,000 square foot interior featuring fireplaces, wood-fired oven, custom-made Italian imported pasta-making equipment, ingredients and menu reflects various regions of Italy. With 425 seats inside an expansive yet intimate dining room, three private dining rooms, two outdoor patios (upstairs terrace seats 24, downstairs patio seats 60), a wine bar and regular live entertainment, Tuscan Kitchen is the perfect place for enjoying a bottle of wine or cocktails, dining on all occasions, special chef and wine tastings, and holding special events and private parties alike. Tuscan Kitchen is located at 67 Main Street, Salem, NH, 03079. Hours of operation are as follows: Lunch: Monday- Saturday, 11:30AM to 3:00PM, Sunday dinner & Pranzo menu, 12:00PM to 4:00PM and Dinner: Monday & Tuesday: 3:00PM to 9:00PM, Wednesday-Saturday: 3:00PM to 10:00PM and Sunday 4:00PM to 9:00PM. For more information please call 603-952-4875 or visit www.tuscan-kitchen.com.
The new Tuscan Market is the largest artisanal marketplace in New England set to open early October 2012. Located in Salem, New Hampshire, next to Tuscan Kitchen restaurant, this enormous indoor marketplace is over 10,000 square feet will encompass the sights, sounds and tastes of Italy and will offer an array of artisanal products, cooking supplies, gourmet delicacies and much more! With over 25 years of food experience, owner and chief food taster Joe Faro’s original vision to create a Tuscan villa in Southern New Hampshire has finally transformed into a reality. When Joe first opened award-winning Tuscan Kitchen in November 2010, the concept was to combine simplicity in the freshest ingredients with time-honored preparation to create a truly incredible culinary experience. Applying this same concept to his latest project, Faro’s Tuscan Market carries an extensive array of artisan products from multiple geographic regions such as Tuscany, Napoli, and Bologna to name a few, further reflecting his passion for diverse Italian cuisine and his dream of allowing others to experience it as well.
Liberty. Limited government. Individual responsibility. Hard work.
These are among the principles that make America great. And they’re exactly what President Obama and his progressive allies hate. Most of all, progressives hate the idea that government shouldn’t control every aspect of our lives.
That’s why my friend and FreedomWorks President Matt Kibbe wrote his new book, Don’t Hurt People and Don’t Take Their Stuff. If we’re going to beat the progressives and restore constitutional government, we need to show the American people that our ideas are better.
Government can only be limited if every American understands what liberty is. My friend Matt understands this. He understands why America is exceptional.
Don’t Hurt People and Don’t Take Their Stuff is chock-full of the principles we need to share with our fellow countrymen. With its emphasis on individual liberty, it’s a perfect complement to my new book that reveals why local communities, not central planners, offer real solutions for America.
Free people don’t hurt each other or steal their stuff. That’s what Big Government does.
If we’re going to take back our country, we need to spread our ideas far and wide. And Matt’s book, Don’t Hurt People and Don’t Take Their Stuff, is one of the best weapons we have to fight back against the big-government progressives.
The Boston Globe's exclusive Broken City series debuted as a new e-book today. The series, documenting Washington paralysis and dysfunction since March, will include:
- 16 stories from the explorative series
- Photos and graphics
- A new essay from The Boston Globe Washington Bureau, explaining the reason for and importance of the series
The content from the book was inspired by a year unlike any other in national politics and addresses the deeper issues:
- What was behind the gridlock?
- Were there fundamental triggers that would grip the city in a partisan vice, again and again?
With these questions in mind, the Globe launched an ambitious assignment to tell the story behind the "Broken City."
The e-book is available at no cost for Boston Globe subscribers on BostonGlobe.com/ebooks
And tune in Sunday, October 20 at 7:45 A.M. on C-SPAN to see reporter Matt Viser and Washington Bureau deputy chief Michael Kranish discuss the new e-book and their analysis of the recent political events.
Washington Bureau journalists are available for interviews to discuss the new e-book, the series and the latest political news - please contact us below if interested.