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16 • Community Advocate • Friday, January 13, 2012
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HANDMADE GYROS! 10 East Main Street Westboro Located off the rotary in Westboro Center
Team Trivia, Wed. & Thurs. 7-9
Phone: 508-870-3125 Fax: 508-870-3210 www.westboro-deli.com
Keno and MarƟni Specials
Hours: Mon - Fri: 6am-10pm Sat & Sun: 8am-10pm
$3.00 Pub Apps PUB
Sun.-Thurs. 11:30am-9pm • Fri. & Sat. ‘Ɵl 10pm • Closed Mon. 42 West Boylston Street (Rt. 12) West Boylston, MA 508-835-4722 • www.ourmanor.com
SUNDAY • BLOODY MARY BAR • Buy One Get One FREE ORDERS OF WINGS • PRIME RIB DINNER - ALL day $26.95
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Book Your Valentine’s Day Reservations! 508-466-8531
In addition to our full menu we will be offering a prefix menu for $37++ per person Roses available upon request*
for Mug & Wine Club Members
WEDNESDAY • CLUB DAY ½ OFF Apps for Mug & Wine Club Members
THURSDAY • TEACHER APPRECIATION Thursdays 3-5pm Teachers join us and receive 10% OFF Happy Hour ½ OFF Apps 4-6pm FRIDAY • HAPPY HOUR ½ OFF Apps 4-6pm 1/2 OFF Apps for ALL PATRIOT GAMES
277 27 7 Main Main Street Str t ee eett
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Offer good on your Holiday Platters.
“Chi Mangia Bene, Vive Bene!””
• Platters • Paninis • Cold Cuts • Wraps and More • Breakfast Served All Day
WHO EATS WELL, LIVES WELL
508-481-0020 fax fa x 508-481-3420 50 088 48 811 34 3420 20 www.dinostrattoria.com
WE ARE OPEN… MON-SAT: 11:30am to Midnight SUN: NOON to Midnight
Doing Business for over 30 Years
Every Friday Night 7:00pm -11:00pm
Music While You Dine 369 69 West Main Street Northboro, MA
508-393-8134 508 393 8134
Monday - Friday…
FUNCTION ROOM Available Can accomodate 30 to 50 people
THE BEST PRIME RIB AROUND! Served Nightly
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OPEN NIGHTLY 4-11 PM • OPEN FOR LUNCH Wed. - Fri. 11:30 AM - 4 PM
Steaks, Seafood, Pasta, and Grilled Pizza People Are Talking “Your Ahi Tuna is fabulous!”
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Dana Lewis on Guitar
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Every Thursday • No cover
TU-TH 11:30 - 9 • FRI & SAT 11:30 -10 SUNDAY NOON - 8 • CLOSED MONDAYS CLOSED CHRISTMAS EVE & CHRISTMAS DAY
Food • Drinks • Functions • Lodging Lodg
Spend New Year’s with Please visit www.CommunityAdvocate.com and click on “Dining Reviews” to read more about local restaurants NewUs! Year’s Resolution… Go To Harry’s
Cook up good fortune for Chinese New Year
Region - Chinese New Year is a time of great celebration in China and around the globe. Millions will mark the special day with a delicious feast as the Year of the Dragon is ushered in Jan. 23. It’s easy to take part in the festivities at home with friends and family by cooking a special meal. If any children in the group don’t know how to use chopsticks, Chinese New Year is a fun time to teach them. Incorporate noodles into any New Year menu - they symbolize long life in Chinese culture. Noodles are an ancient Chinese invention; history suggests that they come from creative street vendors in Northern China. An endless variety of noodles abounds, oﬀering inﬁnite culinary possibilities. These include thin noodles and fat noodles, egg noodles and rice noodles, crispy noodles and glass noodles, wheat noodles and ﬂat noodles, and the list goes on. The longer the noodle, the stronger its symbolism, so on Chinese New Year, don’t serve noodles that have been cut. Chef Andy Kao from Panda Express provided the following recipe for a dish featuring noodles to bring good fortune into the new year. Celebrate with symbolic foods Many foods carry special symbolism in the Chinese culture.
For Dining Guide information call the…
508-366-5500 Please visit www.CommunityAdvocate.com and click on “Dining Reviews” to read more about local restaurants
BEEF STEW, AMERICAN CHOP SUEY, CHICKEN POT PIE, MAC & CHEESE, POT ROAST & MORE!
Whether it’s Chinese New Year or any other special occasion, serving these dishes can bring good fortune to everyone at your table: Chicken symbolizes happiness and is said to lead to a long, happy marriage. Peanuts and green beans both stand for longevity. The word “shrimp” sounds like the word for “laughter” in Chinese, so eating shrimp is associated with joy and happiness. Oranges and tangerines symbolize wealth and prosperity. Dumplings and pot stickers convey good wishes toward one’s family. Beef With Chilled Noodles (serves 2) Description In addition to featuring noodles for long life, this dish also makes use of the color red through the red chili powder and Japanese shredded red ginger - red symbolizes life, good fortune and happiness. Ingredients 1 pound sliced beef Marinade Pinch salt 1/2 egg 1/4 cup water 2 tablespoons cornstarch 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 tablespoon cooking oil Group A (Flavored Broth): 10 cups chicken broth 1 tablespoon salt 2 tablespoons salad oil 1 cinnamon stick 2 star anise 1 teaspoon peppercorns Group B (Cold Noodle Sauce): 1-1/2 teaspoons salt 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons sugar 3/4 cup rice vinegar Juice from 1 lime 1 tablespoon soy sauce
for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner!
Stop by and check out some of our other HOME COOKED favorites.
HARRY’S RESTAURANT 508-366-8302
TS E-OU TAK COME! WEL
318 Main Street, Northborough, MA 01532
508-466-8531 • www.seadogsteakale.com
Sun - Wed: 11:30 am - 11:00 pm • Thu - Sat: 11:30 am - 12:00 am
DINE BESIDE OUR CRACKLIN’ FIREPLACES
Italian Gourmet Pizza
(soup or salad, 12oz prime rib, 2 sides, and dessert)
• Club Day 1/2 OFF Apps for Mug & Wine Club Members MONDAY • TRIVIA MONDAYS: Great Prizes!! Round up your friends & Come play STUMP Trivia 7:30pm • CLUB DAY ½ OFF Apps for Mug & Wine Club Members TUESDAY • CLUB DAY ½ OFF Apps
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Community Advocate • Friday, January 13, 2012 • 17–
149 Turnpike Rd. (Route 9W) Westborough
MON.-THURS. 7 am - 1 am, FRI. ‘TIL 2 am, SAT. 11 am - 2 am, SUN. 11 am - 1 am
BREAKFAST SERVED ALL DAY!
1 tablespoon sesame oil 1/3 cup water Noodles 5 ounces Chinese white noodles 1 tablespoon cooking oil Noodles 5 ounces Chinese white noodles 1 tablespoon cooking oil Group C (Condiments) 1 ounce shredded cucumber 1 ounce shredded pickled yellow daikon (available in Asian markets) 1 tablespoon Japanese shredded red ginger (available in Asian markets)
• Fresh Produce • Quality Deli Meats • Homemade Sausage • Choice Beef • Fresh Seafood & Lobsters • Homemade Soups & Sauces
STOP STOP OP IN IN FOR FOR A QUICK QU IC CK K LUNC LUNCH LUNC • Subs • Hot Soups
Our New Function Hall is now available for Family Gatherings & Business Functions
1009 Boston Post Road • Rte. 20 • Marlborough rough • 508-460-1376
Garnish Red chili powder (cayenne) Preparation Combine beef with marinade ingredients, and refrigerate at least 2 hours. Remove beef from marinade. Combine Group A ingredients and cook in stockpot with beef approximately 1-1/2 hours, until beef is tender. Mix Group B ingredients in bowl until completely dissolved into a sauce. Store in refrigerator. Cook white noodles in boiling water approximately 1 minute. Remove and place in ice water until cold. Drain well. Coat noodles with 1 tablespoon cooking oil. Set beef on plate. Top with cold noodles. Pour 1/4 cup sauce (Group B) over noodles, and place Group C ingredients around plate. Garnish with dash of red chili powder and serve.
Restaurant & Coffee Shop Homecookin’ Is Always The Best 30 Main Street Marlboro
Luncheon Black Board Specials Changing Daily
CATERING for all occasions
Gourmet Salads & Breakfast Served ALL DAY
EVERY DAY 508-480-0414 WE DELIVER TO LOCAL BUSINESSES Hours: Tues.-Sat. 6am-2pm • Sun 7am-1pm
Dining Guide, Jan. 13