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Chinko@AntonNews.com Each Christmas, some of the easiest, most practical gifts are given as stuffers found in stockings of those young and young-at-heart. The time-honored tradition of hanging Christmas stockings above the fireplace may date back as far as the 4th century and has clearly been very popular ever since. Gifts for stockings don’t need to be fancy or expensive to be fun and useful. Some of the most basic things to keep in mind is to consider the recipient, and choose relatively small and classic items. It’s important to note the recipient’s interests, preferences, and expressed wishes when putting together the items for the stocking. Consider what you think the person might like. Once you’ve settled on their preferences, pick a theme for a set of gifts. Well chosen gifts need not be costly to be meaningful, helpful, or fun. For children, pick items that are fun, interesting, and likely to keep them amused for hours. For adults, select items that are both small and useful, such as kitchen accessories and office gadgets. Choose toys for kids and kids at heart. The classics are great additions to any stocking: crayons, modeling clay or play dough, a Slinky, miniature Lego kits, travel games, decks of cards, mini jigsaw

puzzles, wind-up toys, tops, squirt guns, balloons, beach balls, high bounce balls, small stuffed animals, toy cars, and even fancy shoelaces. Online blogger Jenna, of Jenna’s Journey, shared some of her top stocking stuffer ideas: 1. $5 gift cards (Starbucks, McDonald’s, Amazon, Borders, etc). 2. A favorite candy (my mom always got us those plastic candy canes filled with M&M’s) 3. Decorative cupcake liners 4. A favorite magazine 5. A camera strap cover 6. Packets of flower or herb seeds for planting 7. Personalized stationary 8. Slipper socks 9. Silly putty (another thing I always got as a kid) 10. Rubber coated paddle attachment for a mixer 11. Monogrammed iPhone Case 12. Nail polishes 13. Sharpie Pens 14. Chapstick 15. Hair bands 16. Small crosswords puzzle book 17. Crayons 18. Body wash 19. Piggy Bank with coins 20. Personalized M&M’s that say Merry Christmas “I hope you enjoyed these and got inspired to make your Christmas lists,” said Jenna. For the complete list of her stocking stuffer ideas, visit Jenna’s blog at www.jennablogs. com/2011/10/150-stocking-stufferideas.html

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Everyone loves finding the latest technology under the wrapping paper, whether it’s a gadget to help you stay connected with family or enjoy your favorite entertainment. From a new tablet for grandma to headphones for dad, everyone has at least one cool gadget on their wish list this season. Here are some popular tech gift ideas to please everyone on your list this holiday:

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Useful Tips For Smart Holiday Shopping By Christy Hinko

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The New York Department of State’s Division of Consumer Protection recently highlighted the five consumer complaints most commonly filed with the division during the holiday shopping season and provided information to help consumers avoid inconveniences and make holiday shopping safe, less stressful and more rewarding. “The Division of Consumer Protection’s primary mission is to protect the interest of consumers and to provide them with tools to ensure that their business transactions are stress-free and enjoyable,” stated Deputy Secretary Marcos Vigil. “This holiday season we have chosen to highlight the most prevalent shopping complaints and provide consumers with useful information to avoid any of these pitfalls. We encourage you to support your local businesses and to use all the tools you have at your disposal to shop wisely for the holidays.” Tips for consumers: • Know a Store’s Refund and Exchange Policy Stores are required to state their policies in a visible location by the cash register or on the receipt of purchase. Inquire as to the store’s refund and exchange policy,

• Understand Guarantees and Warranties Find out if the product comes with a guarantee or warranty for defects, especially electronics and large ticket items. Be familiar with the procedures to make a warranty claim, as often items must be returned to the manufacturer and not the merchant. Before purchase, be aware of all applicable shipping and handling and restocking fees associated with a return.

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including the amount of time allowed for these transactions. Keep the receipt of purchases, and be careful not to purchase a gift too far in advance because refund deadlines may prevent a late return. • Read the Fine Print when Shopping Online Deal with reputable online merchants, and guard all personal and financial information. Make every attempt to conduct business with familiar or recommended online retailers. It is important to review the merchant’s terms and conditions (“fine print”) and understand product and purchase details, including price, size, quality, shipping and handling fees FEATURING THE BAND ALIVE-N-KICKING AND IN-THE-MIX DJ Unlimited Liquor Throughout Evening Cocktail Hour Including: ~ Hot and Cold Buffet ~ Shrimp Cocktail ~ Whole Filet Mignon ~ Assorted Pastries with Chocolate Covered Strawberries and Coffee on Your Table ~ Champagne Toast at Midnight ~ Party Favors Galore!

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and return and refund policies. Also, be aware in most cases purchasers remain liable for sales tax on items purchased online even if it is not collected by the merchant. Print out or save an electronic copy of the receipt and confirmation information. Also, print, date and save a copy of the terms, conditions, warranties, item description and information about the company for future reference. • Check Items Immediately on Delivery The Division of Consumer Protection has dealt with numerous complaints citing incorrect merchandise delivery, late arrival of orders and lost articles. Inquire whether a shipping option will allow online tracking of shipping. Read and understand the shipping and handling, return, and refund policies. Inspect purchases carefully once received. Contact the seller about merchandise problems as soon as possible, and inform the seller in writing about problems, and to ask for a repair or refund. Keep a copy of the correspondence, and report any damages

• Understand Contracts Associated with Cellular/Wireless Purchases Always ask the retailer to explain and point out the specific sections of the contract that dictate monthly charges, early termination fees and replacement of lost or damaged equipment before signing up for a phone and data plan. Be aware of overage charges for data and text messaging, and research your existing insurance policies before purchasing one offered by a retailer or wireless carrier. Signed contracts are legally binding. Most providers will charge a fee if service is canceled. Consider all options before choosing a specific plan. Remember, it is usually easier to upgrade a plan later, so when possible, buy only the essential features. The Division of Consumer Protection operates a toll-free hotline to help resolve concerns and complaints consumers may have about purchases. The number is 800-697-1220. Consumers may also visit our website at www.dos. ny.gov to obtain information and file a complaint.

Published by Anton Community Newspapers Karl v. anton, jr. • Publisher, 1984-2000 Angela Susan Anton • Publisher Michael Castonguay • President & COO Frank A. Virga • EVP of Sales & Operations John Owens • Editor in Chief EDITH UPDIKE • Managing Editor CHRISTY HINKO • Section Editor Tommy Von Voigt • Creative Director IRIS PICONE • Classified Manager JOY DIDONATO • Circulation Manager On The Cover (Photo by Tommy Von Voigt) Colleen the elf pauses while delivering a stack of presents to Santa’s satellite warehouse in Mineola

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Good Luck Traditions For The New Year Sicily An old Sicilian tradition says good luck will come to those who eat lasagna on New Year’s Day, but woe if you dine on macaroni, for any other noodle will bring bad luck.

By Gary Ryan Blair

Editorial@AntonNews.com For thousands of years, New Year’s Eve has been a festival of rebirth and reflection, allowing people all over the world to celebrate another great year. Around the world, people eat certain foods that are thought to symbolize luck, such as black-eyed peas, cabbage, fish, noodles, and pomegranates. With New Year’s Eve upon us, here’s a look at some of the good luck rituals from around the world. They are believed to bring good fortune and prosperity in the coming year. Austria The suckling pig is the symbol for good luck for the new year. It’s served on a table decorated with tiny edible pigs. Dessert often consists of green peppermint ice cream in the shape of a four-leaf clover. Greece Jan. 1 is an important date in Greece because it is not only the first day of the New Year but it is also St. Basil’s Day. St Basil was one the forefathers of the Greek Orthodox Church. He is remembered for his

Spain In Spain, when the clock strikes midnight, the Spanish eat 12 grapes, one with every toll, to bring good luck for the 12 months ahead. United States The kiss shared at the stroke of midnight in the United States is derived from masked balls that have been common throughout history. As tradition has it, the masks symbolize evil spirits from the old year and the kiss is the purification into the new year. kindness and generosity to the poor. He is thought to have died on this date so this is how they honor him. A special New Year’s bread is baked with a coin buried in the dough. The first slice is for the Christ child; the second for the father of the household and the third slice is for the house. If the third slice holds the coin, spring will come early that year.

Rome Romans prepare for the New Year festival which is known as January Kalends by decorating their houses with lights and greenery. The festival lasts for three days, during which they hold feasts and exchange gifts carefully chosen for their luck-bringing properties. These include sweets or honey (to ensure sweetness), as well as gold, silver or money for prosperity.

Gary Ryan Blair is the inspiration behind New Year’s Resolution Week. This annual event was founded on the premise that a single resolution can positively and profoundly create lasting change in your life and help to make the world a better place. To see Blair’s entire list of traditions from around the world, visit www. GoalsGuy.com. Christy Hinko contributed to this article.

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Jewelers With Longevity By Christy Hinko

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H.L. Gross & Sons in Garden City (Photos by Christy Hinko)

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Selecting a piece of jewelry for someone usually takes some thought and is a very personal experience. The task of finding the right piece of jewelry for someone can seem overwhelming for someone not as familiar with a jewelry store. And here’s where experience plays in, like that of decades-old jewelry stores like Gelber & Mundy of Great Neck, or H.L. Gross & Bro. Jewelers of Garden City. For generations, both companies have been serving the community. Gelber & Mundy, a family-owned jeweler since 1954, was founded by Ben Gelber, Irv Mondshein and Hy Zuckerman, and is now owned and operated by Hy’s two sons, David and Howard. David Zuckerman said, “We’re known for full service, whether it’s a small repair or a purchase; we have multi-generations as customers and they trust us.” Gelber & Mundy specializes in watches, diamonds, and fine jewelry. Zuckerman noted, “We are the oldest Baume & Mercier retailer in the United States.” He added that the

store has something for everyone, in every price range. “We’ve always been known for one-stop shopping and our customer service.” H.L. Gross & Bro. Jewelers in Garden City is a 5th-generation, family-owned business, established in 1910. The first store opened in Brooklyn, then in Jamaica, before moving to Hempstead, and then finally to Garden City in 1968. Brad Gross said many of their customers, even ones who have moved from New York, still rely on their service. “I now serve a lot of the children of some of my father’s original customers,” said Gross. The store’s specialty is their bridal selection, the diamond engagement rings. “We have the largest selection, I’d say, in New York, of designer engagement sets, diamond settings,” said Gross. Gelber & Mundy’s Great Neck store is located at 5 Bond Street. Visit www. gelbermundy.com or call 516-4821585 for information. In Garden City, H.L. Gross & Bro. Jewelers has relocated across the street to a larger store, now at 840 Franklin Avenue. Visit www. hlgross.com or call 800-979-1910 for information.

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Holiday Shopping Politesse By Lizzie Post

Editorial@AntonNews.com Ah, the holidays: The joy, the snow, the rush…the frustration, the bad tempers, the rudeness! Here are 10 ways to keep those holiday shopping spirits bright: 1. Smile. You can’t do it enough. Your face (and your soul) will thank you for it. 2. Lose the ‘Bah Humbug!’ attitude. Yes, it will be crowded and there will be lines and it will take time to find a parking spot. Don’t let that dampen the season’s joie de vivre. 3. “Please, Thank You and You’re Welcome.” Make this your mantra and you will smooth the way for better service and create a kinder, gentler atmosphere wherever you go. 4. Be gracious. You have circled the lot for the fifth time when you spy a space, only to see that someone else is already waiting for it. Be gracious — let them have the space. 5. A little patience, please. Checkout counter or airline counter, the rules are the same: first come, first served, one at a time. (This is a great place

Frame your complaint clearly and to practice your smiling.) When it is your turn, be ready with documents or simply. (No venting, please.) payment to speed things along. 8. Cell phones. They’re useful when 6. Friendliness. Say ‘hello’ to the harried trying to find out your Aunt Mary’s glove size, but turn them off when clerk behind the counter (and smile). you are working with a sales clerk or checking out at a register. 7. Complain to the proper person. Yelling at a salesclerk because a store 9. Shopping with children. Sensory is out of an advertised item only makes you look foolish and rude. If you have a overload is the word of the day: the music, the crowds, the lights, the toys, the Santas! problem, ask to speak to the manager.

It’s best to arrange to leave your children home. If they must accompany you, or when it is their turn to shop, make sure they are well-rested and fed. It’s kinder to them and to those around them 10. Don’t forget the lights — traffic lights that is! Please stop at the red ones and use your turn signals to alert other harried, distracted shoppers to your directional intentions. (Courtesy of the Emily Post Institute)

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“I am sprinkled with magical ‘fairy dust’ by my family to bring goodness into my daily experience.

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Breakfast With Santa Celebrate the season with breakfast with Santa at the Long Island Aquarium on Saturday, Dec. 21. Enjoy a breakfast buffet in the aquarium’s Sea Star Ballroom and take a photo with Santa. Breakfast prices are $39.95 for adults and $34.95 for children. Reservations are required. Call 631-208-9200.

Aquarium Toy Drive Now through Saturday, Dec. 21, bring your holiday toy donations to the Long Island Aquarium & Exhibition Center. The aquarium’s toy collection this year will benefit the Mastic, NY-based Colonial Youth and Family Services Agency. Colonial Youth is a charitable, tax exempt 501(c)3 agency, dedicated to promoting the physical, emotional, and social potential of youth and family members. The aquarium is accepting new, unwrapped toys only on behalf of the organization and ask that all donations be dropped at the aquarium’s entrance during regular business hours, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., year-round; closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Holiday Recess: Wright Brothers 110 Years Of Flight Up, Up, and Away! Join the Cradle of Aviation in Garden City in celebrating the 110th anniversary of the Wright Brothers first flight during schools’

Holiday Open House The Queens County Farm in Floral Park will hold their Holiday Open House on Thursday, Dec. 26, Friday, Dec. 27 and Saturday, Dec. 28 from noon to 4 p.m. Free admission. Enjoy tours of the decorated farmhouse, craft activity for children and mulled cider. Also Christmas trees, evergreen wreaths, poinsettia, amaryllis, and paperwhites will be for sale through Tuesday, Dec. 24, with proceeds benefiting the farm museum. Visit queensfarm.org or call 718-347-3276 for information.

Walk-Through Christmas Village Hicks Nurseries on Jericho Turnpike in Westbury is hosting their all-new animated children’s story, A Sweet Family Christmas. The walk-through story features child-sized animated Christmas characters including Santa. Admission is free, but donations of non-perishable food items for Long Island Cares are being collected. The walk-through is available until Tuesday, Dec. 24. Additionally, meet Santa daily through Monday, Dec. 23, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and again from 2 to 5 p.m. Don’t forget to bring your camera. Also meet the reindeer, daily during store hours. Visit www.hicksnurseries.com or call 516334-0066 for information.

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Kids’ fingerprinting will be held on Friday, Dec. 20 and on Friday, Jan. 3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Long Island Aquarium. Free with museum admission, first come, first served. Parents and children are invited to interact with the trained Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department (SCSD) deputies to create a take-home fingerprint identification kit. Fingerprints will not be shared or entered into any database.

holiday recess from Dec. 23 through Jan. 1 from noon to 4 p.m. Hear about the design of Orville and Wilbur Wright’s Wright Flyer, the inspirations and obstacles of their airplane, and even learn how many attempts it took to soar into the clouds. Then construct and color a magnetic Wright Flyer for your fridge. Once your aircraft is ready for take-off, practice your flying agility and landing skills on our target runway. Free with museum admission. Visit www.cradleofaviation.org or call 516-572-4111 for information. ©2013 Glenn Bradford Fine Jewelry Corp. & Glenn Bradford Licensing Group I Corp.

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HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE - ANTON COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS - DECEMBER 18 - 24, 2013

Toys That Keep Giving

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Kohl’s Cares supports children’s initiatives By Christy Hinko

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Kohl’s Department Stores is offering classic Peanuts storybooks, plush toys of Charlie Brown, Snoopy and friends and gifts, for just $5 each that will leave the entire family grinning from ear to ear this holiday season. Through the Kohl’s Cares program, 100 percent of the net profit from this collection supports children’s health and education initiatives nationwide. “Peanuts storybooks by Charles Schulz belong under everyone’s tree this holiday season. Kohl’s is thrilled to offer these classic storybooks, coordinating plush toys and other holiday collectibles at an incredible value for every budget at just $5 each,” said Michelle Gass, Kohl’s chief customer officer. “The Kohl’s Cares program is a lovely way for customers to embrace the season of giving and find affordable, quality gifts while giving back to the community at the same time.” This year’s Kohl’s Cares cause merchandise for kids includes: • A Charlie Brown Christmas and Charlie Brown plush: Join Charlie and Linus as they uncover the true meaning of Christmas through fun holiday traditions, including ice skating, participating in the school pageant and finding a Christmas tree. • You Can Be Anything and Snoopy plush: Children will dream big with Snoopy as they learn they can do anything or be anything — from an astronaut to a lawyer to just plain cool — as they grow up. • Be Yourself! and Woodstock plush: The whole Peanuts gang is gathered together to show children that being yourself is fun and everyone has different qualities that make them unique and special. • Happiness is a Warm Blanket: Follow Linus as he tries, with the help of his friends Charlie Brown, Snoopy and Lucy, to part with his beloved blanket before his Grandma’s visit. • Peanuts Classic Gift Set: Experience two-times the holiday cheer and endless Christmas miracles with a book twopack of Happiness is a Warm Puppy and Christmas is Together Time — great classic Peanuts stories. Online Exclusives Include: • Linus plush and Lucy plush: Children will buddy up with Linus and Lucy plush toys as they celebrate the holiday season. Available exclusively at Kohls.com. • Peanuts Jigsaw Puzzle: Wrap up in a blanket, pour a cup of cocoa and get to work with the family assembling a jigsaw puzzle with artwork from the classic Peanuts storybooks. It is the perfect


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HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE - ANTON COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS - DECEMBER 18 - 24, 2013

Tapas & Other Savory Treats Help Us Celebrate

It seems that most of us are thinking about celebrating these days. It’s that time of year. The trick is how we do that while not ignoring our healthy physical selves. There may be a few lessons we can learn from others through terms that have become popular such as meze in Turkey or batanas in Mexico or tapas in Spain. They all refer to a selection of small dishes which are served at the beginning of all large scale meals. Their general intent is to satisfy our cravings while we wait impatiently for our dinner. My favorite definition however is culturally distinct in that it refers to the Spanish tendency of viewing tapas bars as places that not only satisfy our appetites but also our need for social interaction. A few years ago a Yale professor wrote a book arguing that Americans have become less inclined to join local friendship networks but instead prefer isolating themselves from others. Perhaps this is what Zuckerman and others saw in the value placed on Facebook and Twitter — electronic avenues of communication to more easily “stay in touch.” Perhaps society has changed or perhaps the Spanish and the Turks, among others, can at least teach the

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Chef Alan Zox rest of us about the value of celebrating together and in moderation. I suspect this is especially true if the goal is not only to eat without restraint but to communicate with others in friendly ways, as well. The Spanish at least have created an institution called the tapa bar where local citizens seek to lubricate themselves with discourse, alcohol and small dishes of food. Eating and drinking small while talking and conversing in socially agreeable terms with new friends may be a new approach or an old one that can taste good while feeling even better. To help us achieve this tapa bar like behavior, I have included a few delicious reminders about how to enjoy the holidays to come. There are five recipes below that remind us of local traditions and crosscultural ones as well.

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• 8 ounces fresh wild salmon • 11 ounces cream cheese • Juice of 1-1/2 lemons • Handful of fresh dill • Bunch of scallions with white end and 2 inches green • Cracked pepper • 1 teaspoon horseradish • 3 tablespoons fresh parsley Place filet into a pan and parboil for five minutes. Add filet and rest of ingredients to food processor until smooth. Taste and adjust as needed. Enjoy with crackers or toasted pita triangles.

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Inspired by the The Silver Spoon cookbook • 1 lb. of ground turkey • 1 lb. of ground boneless pork shoulder • 1/4 olive oil • 2-1/2 cups bread crumbs • 1/2 cup milk • 2 large eggs • 6 diced garlic cloves • 1 tablespoon rosemary • 3 tablespoons parsley • 1 cup dry red wine • 2 cups basic tomato sauce* • 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese • 1 tablespoon red pepper flakes • 3 red onions, thinly sliced • 2 tablespoons salt 2 tablespoon black pepper Preheat the oven to 475F. Mix all

the pork and turkey, cheese, bread crumbs, milk, eggs, 3 diced garlic cloves and 2 tablespoons parsley with your hands until just combined. Form into balls relatively small in size (2 inches in diameter) and place in casserole dish. Roast the meatballs until dark brown about 15 minutes. Remove from oven and reduce the oven temperature to 350F. To make the sauce, in a large oven-proof skillet heat the olive oil over high heat until smoking; Add 3 red onions thinly sliced with the remaining 3 diced garlic cloves. Reduce the heat to medium and cook until well browned — about 5 minutes. Add red pepper flakes, dry red wine, rosemary and “basic tomato sauce”; bring to a boil and simmer for 15 minutes. *Basic Tomato Sauce: 1/4 cup olive oil; 1 Spanish onion; 4 cloves garlic; 3 tablespoons chopped fresh thyme; 1/2 medium carrot- finely shredded; two 28 oz. cans whole tomatoes. Saute onion in saucepan with olive oil and with diced onion and garlic. Add the thyme and carrot and cook 5 minutes. Add tomatoes, bring to a boil; simmer for 30 minutes. Season with salt. Add the meatballs to the sauce, place the pan in the oven, and cook for 1 hour. Season the meatballs with salt and pepper to taste. Serve in shallow bowls with the sauce, topped with the 3 more tablespoons of chopped parsley. Serves 12-15.

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CELEBRATE from page 16B

Larry’s Scallops and Bacon • 12 slices of smoked bacon, halved • 24 scallops, halved • 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar • 2 tablespoons light soy • 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard • 2 tablespoons light brown sugar Cut the bacon in half and cut the scallops in half. Fry the bacon for 3-4 minutes until slightly crispy but still able to wrap around the scallops. Using a toothpick attach the halved, cooked bacon slices around each of the 12 halved sea scallops. Create a mixture of apple cider vinegar, light soy, 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard — whisk and marinate scallops in mixture. Sprinkle 2 tablespoons light brown sugar on each scallop wrapped in bacon and broil for about 5-6 minutes until adequately crispy. Serves 12-15.

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Clams Casino Italian Style Inspired by Mario Batali • 8 ounces Italian pancetta, diced • 24 Cherry stone clams • 2 tablespoons olive oil • 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar • 1 diced medium yellow onion • 2 diced garlic cloves • 1 red bell pepper • 1 teaspoon oregano • 2 tablespoons Parmesan cheese • Salt and pepper to taste Preheat the oven to 400F. In a 10 to 12 inch heavy bottomed sauté pan, cook the pancetta over medium heat, stirring just until it begins to brown and renders fat. Drain the fat from the pan and place the pancetta on a plate lined with paper towels. Add 2 tablespoons olive oil, 1 diced medium sized onion, 2 diced garlic cloves and cook until soft — about 5 minutes. Add one red bell pepper, cored, seeded and minced. Add oregano and cook until peppers are tender but still have a crunch — about 6 minutes. Transfer the mixture to a medium size bowl and stir in the pancetta, two tablespoons red wine vinegar and 2 tablespoons Parmesan. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Carefully open the clams with a clam knife, discarding the top shell; or you can place the clams on a sheet tray at a preheated oven of 400F until clams open — about 7 minutes. Make a bed of kosher salt about 1/2 inch thick. Place the clams in the salt. Using a small spoon, divide the bell pepper mixture among the clams. Bake about 12 to 15 minutes — less time if you opened the clams in the oven. Serve on a fresh bed of sea salt. The salt nicely holds the clams in place. Serves 24.

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HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE - ANTON COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS - DECEMBER 18 - 24, 2013

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Kohl’s Department Stores invites customers to give gifts that give back this holiday season with apparel and accessories from the Kohl’s Cares Simply Vera Vera Wang collection, available now through Feb. 2, available online at Kohls.com. Customers will be excited to know 100 percent of the net profit from each piece will help support the fight against breast cancer. Available for only $5 and $10 each, the Simply Vera Vera Wang collection features a variety of cardigans, tees, scarves and more. To view the entire collection or to purchase these items online, visit Kohls.com/Cares. Kohl’s Cares cause merchandise is just one component of Kohl’s commitment to the fight against breast cancer. Since 2010, Kohl’s Cares has partnered with the American Cancer Society and the Southeast Wisconsin Affiliate of Susan G. Komen. Kohl’s Cares, the philanthropic platform of Kohl’s Department Stores, is committed to giving back to the communities it serves by supporting kids’ health and education nationwide, women’s health and the fight against breast cancer, and environmental initiatives. Since 2000, Kohl’s has raised more than $231 million for kids health

and education initiatives through the Kohl’s Cares cause merchandise program, recognized more than 19,000 outstanding kids through the Kohl’s Cares Scholarship Program and donated more than 2.2 million hours of volunteer time through the Associates in Action volunteer program. For information on Kohl’s community giving or to view Kohl’s Cares cause merchandise, visit Kohls.com/ Cares

| holiday events Holiday Storytime Join Barnes and Noble Bookstore at Country Glen Center, 91 Old Country Road in Carle Place for a holiday story time on Tuesday, Dec. 24 at 10 a.m. All ages. Call 516-741-9850 for information.

Frosty The Snowman See Frosty The Snowman, the holiday musical, at Broadhollow Theatre at the Elmont Public Library on Friday, Dec. 27 at 1 p.m. All ages. Tickets are $12. Call 516-775-4420 for details.

Remake The Holidays Bend it, twist it, and light up a new version of the holiday season with this circuit-based workshop at the New York Hall of Science on Friday, Dec. 27 from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., and again on Saturday, Dec. 28 and Sunday, Dec. 29. Call 718-699-0005 for information.

Outdoor Sculpture Garden Visit Adelphi University campus at 1 South Avenue in Garden City for an outdoor sculpture display by 10

artists. Sculptures on display through May, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Call 516-877-4040 for information.

Sculpture Mystery: The Great Caper Uncover clues to help solve a mystery in the outdoor sculpture collection at Hofstra University Museum on Hempstead Turnpike in Hempstead. Pick up your caper kit at the Emily Lowe Gallery and have fun hunting for the clues. Best for ages 4 to 9 years old, with their adult companions. Through Jan. 1 Open Tuesdays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 5 p.m. Call 516-4635672 for details.

Ring In 2014, Family-Style Join the Long Island Aquarium in Riverhead to ring in the new year on Dec. 31 from 6:30 to 11 p.m. Bring the kids and join for the annual Fishes & Wishes Celebration, with two event choices to pick from: the Splash Bash in the aquarium or the Butterfly Ball Drop in the Sea Star Ballroom. Admission prices vary. Call 631-2089200 for reservations and information.


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