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C O L O R S T O R M… more
Oct 17, 2020
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WOODWIND*FEST Virtual Music Conference… more
Oct 11, 2020 • Edited
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THE WANDERLUST WHIRLWIND… more
Oct 4, 2020
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TIMPANO This is the Vegetarian version!! Ingredients 2 cups 00 flour 2 whole eggs plus 6 egg yolks, beaten 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil, divided Kosher salt, to taste 1 pound rigatoni pasta, cooked al dente 2 cups marinara sauce 12 hard-boiled eggs, sliced in half 12  Wheat Meat meatballs, fully cooked 1 pound low moisture mozzarella, cut into 1/2-inch circles 1/2 pound grated aged provolone 1 pound Vegan salami, sliced into rounds Preheat oven to 375 degrees. In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with a dough hook, add the flour, eggs, 2 tablespoons olive oil and kosher salt to taste. Mix on low speed until a dough begins to form. Increase speed to medium-high and knead for 5 minutes or until smooth. Wrap in plastic wrap and leave out to rest for 30 minutes. Coat the interior of a Dutch oven with the remaining 2 tablespoons olive oil. Unwrap dough and dust with flour. On a well-floured work surface, roll out dough into one large disc, about 1/8 inch thick. Roll dough around the rolling pin, and unroll into the Dutch oven, carefully pressing down to the bottom, making sure there is still about 6 inches or more hanging outside the vessel. Start filling your Timpano with a layer of cooked pasta tossed in a small amount of sauce. Begin forming layers using half of each of the fillings: eggs, then meatballs, cheeses, and salami. Repeat, starting with the pasta every time, until the Timpano is filled to the brim. Finish with a final layer of aged provolone. Carefully fold the excess dough up from the sides and press down on the top to seal shut. Cover the Dutch oven and bake for 1 1/2 hours. For a crispier crust, bake uncovered. Let the Timpano rest in the pan for one hour, then place a large cutting board over top of the Dutch oven and invert. Cut into slices, like you would a cake. Serve with a spoonful of marinara sauce.… more
Sep 27, 2020
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Sep 20, 2020
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W I L D F I R E S HOW WE CAN HELP!!!! WILDFIRE How to help the victims and survivors of California Wildfires There are several ways people can directly help the hundreds of people who have lost their homes due to wildfires in California. How to help victims of California Wildfires Volume 90% Author: Josh Lyle Published: 1:54 PM PDT August 24, 2020 Updated: 7:35 AM PDT August 25, 2020 Facebook Twitter CALIFORNIA, USA — Wildfires have burned more than a million acres in California in the past few weeks, destroying or damaging hundreds of homes. If you are looking for ways to help the victims of the wildfires, here are a few options. Solano Disaster Relief Fund: The Solano Community Foundation has established a fund to help people and businesses impacted by the wildfires. Monetary donations can also be mailed to the Foundation at 744 Empire St #240, Fairfield CA 94533. Please mark as 'Solano Disaster Relief Fund.' Napa Valley Community Foundation: The Napa Valley Community Foundation has committed an intitial $100,000 to help people affected by Wildfires in Napa Valley. Donate to the fund here. North Valley Community Foundation: The North Valley Community Foundation has a 'Wildfire Relief and Recovery Fund' to help people displaced by wildfires, including fire in Glenn and Tehama counties. Community Foundation Santa Cruz County: The Community Foundation has started a 'Fire Response Fund' to support people in Santa Cruz County. American Red Cross: When making a donation online, people can choose to direct their money to 'California Wildfires,' their local Red Cross or the Disaster Relief fund. Salvation Army: The Salvation Army has launched an 'August 2020 Wildfire Relief' fund. The group says money to the fund helps pay for food, water and emotional support. United Way of Northern California: United Way offers help and supporting programs to people affected by wildfires, including long-term recovery operations. California Fire Foundation: The California Fire Foundation provides assistance to firefighters and communities. GoFundMe: The fundraiser website has launched a 'California Wildfire Relief Fund.' WATCH: California fires: Battle weary firefighters persevering amid wildfires… more
Sep 12, 2020
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JAZZURE ~~~PART  3 I love jazz because it enables a sense of freedom with the "in the moment" melodies and phrases that occur, different each time, keeping the music alive. I especially love the interplay that can occur with musicians who are truly listening to each other at a deep level, listening and then responding and creating a soul connection together whether that's with burning bebop lines or, in playing a soulful ballad. Jazz combines creativity from the mind, heart, and the gut. It flourishes through structure and even more so through Non structure and uses melody and rhythm to bridge the musician's creativity and the listener's imagination. It is unpredictable and it is never the same way every single time. I don’t even think it is possible to play any selection the same way two consecutive times. I really like the fact that it is that way. It definitely keeps my interest, because of it. I thrive on the spontaneity with discipline it demands. I am thankful I have the ability to communicate so many stories through rhythm, textures and emotions. There is a freedom and a sense of exhilaration in Jazz that is not found in any other music. Jazz is about finding freedom and a personal voice within a structure, and that is what appeals to me most. I had a late start in jazz,  it has invited me in with open arms. I am a musician. I feel it is the highest order of expression, because it's honest. The older I get and more deeper submerged into Jazz and all it's sub genres I become, the more I fall into it's all encompassing arms and it's rhythms become my daily rhythms and help form and inform my routines. It is creative expression, freedom, community and humor. My house is a Jazz house. Jazz is the sound of freedom!… more
Sep 4, 2020
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Aug 28, 2020
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