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Please join us in welcoming our NEWEST MEMBERS FULL __________________________

UPGRADES_ ______________________

Jeff & Sandra LeSage - Sea Girt, NJ Jeff & Ilsa Blidner - Toronto, Ontario Arthur & Betsy Holden - Winnetka, IL

Nancy McLean & Ron Doerr - Yacht Club Social to Tennis Lembit & Karen Janes - Family Golf to Family Full Norman & Susan Spencer - Single Golf to Family Full Ros Mazur - Social to Single Golf James Cherry & Jane Craighead - Social to Family Full Edward Moravitz - Social to Single Golf William & Leslie DeCaporale - Social to Family Tennis Harry Knight Jr. - Social to Single Golf Stefan Cushman - Social to Single Tennis Gerald Embry - Social to Single Golf Lawrence Ross - Social to Single Golf Bob Schnietz - Social to Single Golf Amy & Jim Chapman - Single Golf to Family Golf Rita Thibault - Social to Single Tennis Gordon & Jennifer Cooper - Social to Family Golf Tom & Susan Mink - Social to Family Golf David Baughman - Single Full to Family Full Dennis & Debbie McCarthy - Single Full to Family Full Steven Marcus - Social to Single Golf Stewart & Ana Nelson - Summer Social to Social

GOLF_ _________________________ John & Barbara Szumski - Longboat Key, FL Deborah Adler & Bob Cellurale - Rehoboth Beach, DE Robert & Ruthie Salter - Swampscott, MA Andrew & Diane Kaslow - New York, NY Ken & Judy Brostron - St. Louis, MO

TENNIS_ ________________________ Martin Wilz & Denise Savas - Cincinnati, OH Bob & Sue Nusbaum - Phippsburg, ME Jim & Rochelle Heinz - Sister Bay, WI Bruce Ling & Mary Byrne-Ling - Jackson, WY

SOCIAL_________________________ Allan & Susan Donn - Norfolk, VA Martin Poretsky & Henriette vanEck - Harwood, MD Dr. Steven Cole - Longboat Key, FL Dr. Heitor Okanobo & Dr. Angela Boldo - Lakewood Ranch, FL Janice Menker & Sidney Wright - Diamondhead, MS Robert & Audrey Bayer - Asheville, NC Kim & Jeff Llaneza - Grosse Pointe Woods, MI Henry & Kristina Adomonis - Longboat Key, FL Matthew & Sharon Price - Arden, NC Mike & Amy Miller - Elmhurst, IL Randy & Jean Cooper - Rockford, IL Gary & Barbara Ehlers - Longboat Key, FL Russell & Susan Samson - Sarasota, FL John & Kristin Fette - Montclair, NJ Peter & Jennifer Shore - Centerport, NY Raymond & Susan Smith - Louisville, KY Erika Kipreos & Nick Argyrou - Astoria, NY

THANK YOU TO OUR REFERRAL CLUB_ __________ Lee Rugh Leonard & Gloria Biberman Bruce Myer Richard & Linda Kanner Dr. & Mrs. Richard Lichtenstein Bob & Lynda Safron Jeff Rhinelander Roger Pettingell Tom &Susan Pluss Rich & Amy Price Vacys & Liama Garbonkus Judy Kepecz-Hays Brad Lerner Maureen Horn Brian & Migs Landry Linda & Mike Gasper Dede & Michael Gray Steve & Lynne Cosler Mark & Nasrin Thierer

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Meet oY ur New DIRECTOR OF MEMBERSHIP This season brings a special new addition to the Club.

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e are pleased to introduce your new Director of Membership Sales, Jonathan Lester.

Many of you already know Jonathan from his former position with the Resort as the Director of Event Management and we are pleased that he will bring his strengths in sales and event oversight to our Membership Club. Jonathan previously held positions with Ocean Properties at our Jupiter Beach Resort & Spa, Delray Sands resorts and the Delray Beach Marriott.

Jonathan Lester

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As always, your Director of Membership is here to be sure all your membership needs are met and to assist with any questions you may have. As we look ahead to the new season we can assure you it will be filled with exciting events, great camaraderie and a year filled with making new memories.


UPGRADE YOUR MEMBERSHIP TODAY! 2018 Membership upgrade program incentives and information TENNIS MEMBERS enjoy:

• Unlimited tennis play with 3 day advance court reservation

UPGRADE

Social to Tennis Membership

Pay initiation difference of $2,500 No dues increase for Oct. 2017 to Oct. 2018 dues year.

GOLF MEMBERS enjoy:

• Unlimited golf play with 3 day advance tee time • Golf reciprocal play at 26 local private clubs May - October. 2018

UPGRADE

Social to Golf Membership

Pay initiation difference of $15,000 No dues increase for Oct. 2017 to Oct. 2018 dues year.

FULL MEMBERS enjoy:

• Unlimited tennis play with 3 day advance court reservation and unlimited golf play with 7 day advance tee time • Golf reciprocal play at 26 local private clubs May - October. 2018 • Option to add adult children to Membership

UPGRADE

Social to Full Membership

UPGRADE

Tennis to Full Membership

UPGRADE

Golf to Full Membership

Pay initiation difference of $25,000 / No dues increase for Oct. 2017 to Oct. 2018 dues year and receive a $500.00 spending credit. Pay initiation difference of $22,500 / No dues increase for Oct. 2017 to Oct. 2018 dues year and receive a $500.00 spending credit.

Pay initiation difference of $10,000 / Receive a $500.00 spending credit.

Upgraded Membership benefits begin immediately. Upgrade period ends September 30, 2018.

For additional details contact Jonathan Lester, Director of Membership at (941) 387-1662 or email jonathan.lester@longboatkeyclub.com CLUB EXPERIENCE

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Features MEMBERSHIP REPORT 2 Welcome New Members! Thank you Referral Club MEET YOUR NEW DIRECTOR OF MEMBERSHIP 4 UPGRADE YOUR MEMBERSHIP Incentives and information

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DREAM MAKER AWARDS Meet our Superstars!

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DINING HOURS OF OPERATION Club and event information that matters to you

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A NEW YEAR, A NEW YOU! By Sandra Rios

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TIPS FOR A GLUTEN-FREE LIFESTYLE

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CHICKPEA FLOUR BANANA BREAD

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OUR LOCAL LITERATI IN THE LIBRARY

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SPA SPECIALS January-April 2018

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Contacts Departments

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Accounting Office................................................ 387-1593

Barefoot’s............................................................................387-1626

Sales and Information ........................................387-1661 Member Events .....................................................387-1662

Court 21 Café & Bar.................................................. 387-1676 Portofino Ristorante..................................................... 383-1900

Concierge................................................. 383-8821 ext. 1110

Sands Pointe.....................................................................387-1626

GOLF

Spike ‘n Tees.................................................................... 387-1640

Links on Longboat Pro Shop............................387-1632 Harbourside Pro Shop.......................................... 387-1631

TENNIS The Tennis Gardens..............................................387-1633

FITNESS AND SPA Fitness Center..........................................................387-1656 The Spa........................................................................387-1587

MARINA Sales and Leasing ................................................383-8383

RESORT Resort Reservations................................................383-8821

Member Card Charges Don’t forget! If you stay at the hotel be sure to use your member card for charging in lieu of your room key to ensure you receive member discounts and that F&B spending is applied to your minimum. Exclusive offerings are available to you when you book a stay at The Resort at Longboat Key Club: •

20% Off Best Available Rate

Upgrades upon arrival, based on availability

Please Mention the Owner & Club Association Discount. For more information, call Jonathan Lester, Director of Membership, (941) 387-1662 or email jonathan.lester@longboatkeyclub.com.

The Tavern & Whiskey Bar.....................................387-1650

Event and Holiday reservation policy: Reservations/cancellations are required 48 hours prior to the event. There are a few exceptions that include the following: Easter Brunch Buffet, Passover Dinner, Thanksgiving Dinner, Christmas Dinner and New Year’s Eve. These events will be open for reservations starting 60 days in advance and require a 72 hour cancellation, unless otherwise stated in event description. Times and locations subject to change. Final confirmation calls will review dates, times, locations and will serve as an acceptance of attendance. Printable calendar available on the Members’ Only Website. Please note: The 20% Food & Beverage member discount is not applicable to Member events. For event reservations and more details, call the Membership office at 941-387-1662, email Membership@longboatkeyclub.com or sign up online via the Members Only Website or Phone App. Holiday reservations in the Club restaurants are subject to our cancellation policy for parties of 4 or more on the following holidays: Easter, Mother’s Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve. As a courtesy to your fellow Members a 48 hour cancellation notice for the restaurant reservation is required to avoid a $75 per person charge for a no-show reservation. All restaurant reservation cancellations must be made through the restaurant. Director of Marketing and Communications SANDRA RIOS Graphic Design Manager LIZ BRIGHT Graphics & Marketing Coordinator SHANNON YODER Photography PAPPHOTO / DANIEL WADE / ALEX KARAS


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Dream Maker Awards

Meet Our Superstars! We are proud of our superstars and welcome the opportunity to share with you our outstanding Associates that help make Longboat Key Club the premier Private Membership Club on the west coast of Florida. Our Dream Makers are just that – individuals that go above and beyond what is required to give our members and guests a most memorable experience. Nominations come from many sources-—Management, fellow

Associates, Members, Guests and even our TripAdvisor postings. While all nominees are recognized for their outstanding efforts and exemplary service, only two “Front of the House” Associates, two “Back of the House” Associates, and one Manager are presented with the Dream Maker of the Quarter Award. These Associates truly reflect our service standards and represent our Club in stellar fashion. To nominate an Associate for the Dream Maker of the quarter, please contact Shannon Perry, Assistant Director of Human Resources at shannon.perry@longboatkeyclub.com

3rd Quarter Heart of House Juan Leyva: Golf Course Maintenance

3rd Quarter Front of House Lory DeLosier: Food & Beverage

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Making the Difference... Creating the Dream 3rd Quarter Front of House Paula Scianca: Food & Beverage

3rd Quarter Heart of House Ann Leen: Human Resources

Manager of the 3rd Quarter Lori Desorcie : Food & Beverage

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ISLANDSIDE DINING SANDS POINTE Located in the Resort Center, Sands Pointe blends sophisticated dining with a sweeping vista of the Gulf of Mexico. Innovative cuisine features organic and local ingredients and the freshest seafood accompanied by an expansive fine wine selection from our award winning cellar. Reservations are suggested for evening dining. For more information and dinner reservations, call 941-387-1626. Breakfast daily • 7 am to 11 am Brunch Buffet Sunday • 8 am to 12 pm Lunch daily • 11 am to 2:30 pm Dinner daily • 5:30 pm to 10 pm

THE POINTE LOUNGE Adjacent to Sands Pointe restaurant, the lounge provides the perfect spot to relax, enjoy your favorite beverages, wine from our cellar and specialty drinks and cocktails from our extensive fine spirits list. The Pointe Lounge offers unique casual fare perfect for a late night dinner. Bar daily • 11 am to Midnight Lite Fare daily • 5 pm to 10 pm Live Entertainment Wednesday and Thursday • 7 pm Friday and Saturday • 8 pm

BAREFOOT’S Enjoy casual poolside dining and tempting tropical cocktails with a panoramic view of the Gulf of Mexico. For more information, call 941-387-1626. Breakfast daily • 7 am to 11 am Lunch daily • 11 am to 5 pm Live Music Saturday • 12 noon to 4 pm Ask about our Sunset menu after 5 pm

SPIKE ‘N TEES This open air restaurant offers a light breakfast menu and lunch overlooking The Links on Longboat golf course. Grab a fresh squeezed fruit juice, smoothie or custom coffee before you tee-off. Enjoy lunch featuring sandwiches, wraps and salads, or just relax at the bar after your round of golf. For more information, call 941-387-1640. Breakfast daily • 7 am to 11 am Lunch daily • 11 am to 2:30 pm Bar Service daily • until 5 pm

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HARBOURSIDE DINING PORTOFINO RISTORANTE & L’ANCORA BAR Indulge in classic Northern Italian cuisine featuring handmade pastas, wood fired pizzas and the freshest seafood, as you overlook the beautiful Longboat Key Club Moorings. Reservations recommended, call 941-383-1900. Sunday and Tuesday - Thursday • 5 pm to 9 pm Friday and Saturday • 5 pm to 10 pm (CLOSED Mondays)

THE TAVERN & WHISKEY BAR Casual sophisticated dining with a Chef’s perspective. The heart of the fare is committed to a seasonal ideology, featuring simple straight forward preparations, served in a creative manner with ingredients from local sources centering dishes around what is fresh and seasonal. For more information, call 941-387-1650. Lunch 11 am to 2:30 pm Dinner Tuesday through Saturday • 5 pm to 9 pm Sunday Roast Every Sunday 5 pm to 9 pm Burger Bonanza Every Monday 5 pm to 9 pm Window Service daily • until 3 pm

COURT 21 CAFÉ & BAR

Court 21 Café & Bar overlooking Center Court at The Tennis Gardens features an “Express Menu” that will tempt you for lunch and a late afternoon snack. Fresh squeezed juices, fruit smoothies, salads, wraps and sandwiches, and a wine and cocktail list are among the selections. For more information, call 941-387-1676. Express Menu daily • 8 am to 3 pm

Reservation cancellation policy: As a courtesy to your fellow Members a 48 hour cancellation notice for the restaurant reservation is required to avoid a $75 per person charge for a no-show reservation. All restaurant reservation cancellations must be made through the restaurant. CLUB EXPERIENCE

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A New Year, A New You... By Sandra Rios

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ell, it’s THAT time of year again, when we commit ourselves to putting the sins of the past year behind us and forge ahead with shiny new goals for improving our lives. Our goals loom large like a harvest moon on the horizon –beautiful, full of promise and light years away. Most New Year’s resolutions focus on healthy lifestyle, new exercise routines, diets and weight loss so we wanted to offer up some insight into one of the more popular issues these days–gluten-free. You 12

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just cannot escape this topic whether you are dining out, perusing the aisles of your favorite grocery store or sharing recipe tips with good friends. So, let’s start with the basics, and that means ingredients. Baked goods and pasta all start with flour, and all flours are not created equal. In fact, almost anything including nuts, grains and in some cases vegetables, can be made into a flour but choosing a gluten-free flour adds another layer of research for a successful final dish.


There are many types of gluten-free flour and when it comes to cooking and baking throw the usual rules out the window because you will need to learn a few new tricks of the trade. The easiest way to approach gluten-free baking will be the purchase of a gluten-free all-purpose flour blend, which will take out all the guesswork. However, if you want to experiment with other gluten-free options to learn the nuances of the flavors and textures they bring to a dish we have included a brief overview of some of the more popular choices.

Some flours contain more protein than others and some are grain or nut free, and each requires a different balance of ingredients and many of them are best used in certain kinds of recipes. Gluten-free flours can be pricey, so learning the best ones for your tastes will save you both time and money. Here are fifteen types of gluten-free flours that are readily available, with some information about their best uses.

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Almond Flour 1 Almond flour is also referred to as almond meal and is made

Brown Rice Flour 4 Denser than its white rice counterpart, brown rice flour

from finely ground blanched almonds. Since it’s made from nuts, it is grain-free. Almond flour is low in carbohydrates, high in fiber and high in protein. It has the added benefit of being packed with lots of vitamins and minerals including iron, magnesium, calcium, potassium, and vitamin E. Almond flour can be used for both sweet and savory dishes.

contains good amounts of both protein and fiber. Brown rice flour has a nutty taste and since it is heavy it works best when used in combination with other flours. It is a good choice for both sweet and savory recipes. If you are just starting to experiment with gluten-free cooking, this is a good selection to start off with.

Amaranth Flour 2 Made from the seeds of the amaranth plant it is often referred to as an ancient grain. It has a nutty flavor, perfect for muffins, cookies, and breads and is high in protein as well as iron, B vitamins, potassium, calcium, and magnesium. It is also a good choice for a pizza crust when paired with appropriate toppings.

White Rice Flour 3 White rice flour is milled from polished white rice. As a refined flour it isn’t the most nutritious choice. It can be used with other flours, including brown rice flour, to add nutrient value. It is neutral in flavor and the flour is fine so it provides a light and crisp coating on foods. It gives baked goods a light texture as well. White rice flour is common in Asian and Indian cooking. 14

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Buckwheat Flour 5 Buckwheat is actually a seed, despite the fact it has “wheat” in its name. Rest assured, there is no wheat in the flour made from grinding these seeds. Highly nutritious. Buckwheat is a good source of protein, omega fatty acids, B vitamins, manganese, fiber, copper, magnesium and other minerals. Buckwheat flour has a strong nutty taste and goods baked with it will be on the dark side in color. Try this choice for breads, baked goods, pancakes, waffles, and soba noodles.

Chickpea Flour 6 Chickpea flour, otherwise known as garbanzo bean flour, might as well be gold dust. It’s as close to an all-purpose flour as you can get. Made from ground chickpeas, the flour is high in protein, fiber, and iron. Baked goods will have a dull yellow color.


Millet Flour 9 Another ancient grain, millet flour comes from millet seeds which are from the grass family. It is popular in many other parts of the world but is becoming more well known in North America. Millet flour is packed with protein, iron, calcium, and vitamins. It has a light, nutty flavor and is extremely versatile, working well with other flours in all recipes from breakfast to dessert. The flour can also be used as a thickener for soups and stews.

Navy Bean Flour 10 The “new kid on the block”, navy bean flour is made from dry navy beans. It works well with other flours for cooking and baking and is high in protein, fiber, and antioxidants. It gives foods a light texture and has a neutral flavor.

Peanut Flour 11 Made from roasted peanuts, has s high protein count, adds a familiar nutty aroma and taste to recipes and is the perfect selection for baked goods and recipes that also include peanut butter. From crispy coatings on fried foods to a tasty addition to hot cereals and smoothies, it offers a significant protein boost to any of your recipes.

Quinoa Flour 12 As a superfood, quinoa is incomparable and as a

Chickpea flour is grain-free as well as nut-free so it’s a perfect choice for people with gluten intolerance or nut allergies. It is a mainstay of Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines.

7 Coconut Flour

These days coconut is the favored ingredient in many products, including flour. Made from grinding dried coconut solids, it has the highest fiber content of any flour as well as high amounts of protein. Coconut flour has a sweet flavor which is perfect for baking and desserts. It does act a bit differently than other flours so your recipes might need extra liquid. It can also be used to “bread” tofu, added to breakfast cereals, or used to thicken up smoothies.

Cornmeal / Corn Flour 8 Corn flour, also known as corn starch, is a fine white powder made from corn that can be used to thicken sauces and gravies. Cornmeal is ground corn that is thicker than cornstarch and is used to make baked goods or crunchy coatings for fried foods. It is also used to make polenta, grits, hominy, and masa. When buying cornmeal, check the label for organic corn and for gluten-free certification. Corn flour and cornstarch are not interchangeable given the different consistencies and uses for each.

complete protein is highly nutritious. Made from ground quinoa seeds, it’s gluten-free and packed with all the essential amino acids. Quinoa flour has a strong flavor and works well in recipes like pizza crust, pancakes, and waffles.

13 Sorghum Flour

Ancient grain number three, this flour is made from ground sorghum grains. Sorghum flour has a slightly sweet taste and smooth texture which makes it a good choice for baked goods and desserts.

Soy Flour 14 High in protein, this flour is made from ground soybeans and has a neutral flavor combined with a smooth texture. You can use it in baked goods, to coat foods for frying or baking, and to make your own soy milk. Be sure to buy soy flour that is organic and free of genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

15 Teff Flour

The tiniest grain in the world, it is part of the grass family and when ground, you get teff flour which is becoming more and more popular. Native to northern Africa, teff is used for thickening and baking purposes. It is most well-known for making Ethiopian flatbread, which is known as injera. Teff flour is high in protein, iron, calcium, and fiber. It has a bold, nutty flavor so it’s best used with other strong flavors. Use teff flour for waffles, cookies, breads and other baked goods. CLUB EXPERIENCE

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be astounded at the variety that is available. More companies are making gluten-free groceries such as pastas, tortillas and sauces, making it easier than ever to shop gluten-free.

Make Chickpea Flour Your New Friend

Chickpea flour is magical. It is high in protein and is tremendously versatile. You can use chickpea flour to thicken gravies and sauces. It makes delicious omelets and quiches and it can make a crispy coating reminiscent of beer batter. It’s relatively inexpensive too so make sure you have a bag or two in your pantry.

Eat a Variety of Grains

Tips for a Gluten-Free Lifestyle No bread, no pasta, no flour, no food – oh my! That is the usual first reaction to finding out you need to live a gluten-free life. However, given so many wonderful choices such as the gluten-free flours you just read about, the challenge is not nearly so great anymore. There are multiple resources and nowadays multiple grocery outlets (brick and mortar and online) that offer easy access to gluten-free products and organic veggies. Start by making a list of items that are gluten-free and delicious and you will find there are more than you realize. Next, buy a great cookbook and take your first step on your journey.

Learn What Is and Is Not Gluten-Free

The most important thing you can do when you are cooking glutenfree is to learn which foods are safe and which are not. Making a mistake can lead to problems ranging from an upset tummy to a full-blown medical emergency. It’s a good start to know that wheat, barley, and rye are filled with gluten and there are many that are not as obvious–for instance, soy sauce, beer and many processed vegan foods. Being an avid reader of ingredient labels will be quite an education for you.

Take Advantage of Gluten-Free Products Give yourself a break and try some of the many brands of gluten-free products that are readily available for purchase. There are brands of gluten-free baking mixes, pie crust mixes, waffle and pancake mixes. You could also skip the baking altogether and try one of the gluten-free breads made from ingredients like red rice or millet. Be sure to check out the frozen food section at your grocers and you will 16

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Being gluten-free doesn’t mean you have to eat rice every day. There are lots of gluten-free grains including quinoa, tapioca, millet, amaranth, fava, teff and buckwheat. Each has its own taste and texture and work well as side dishes, cereals or in baking.

Wrap It

Corn tortillas make great tacos, tostadas, enchiladas and even Mexican lasagna. Make tamales with corn husks. Or skip the grains completely and wrap your favorite foods in greens such as lettuce, cabbage, collard greens and Swiss chard.

Do Not Fear Flavor

Gluten-free grains are denser so you might want to bump up the flavor with some extra spices and condiments. Keep your pantry stocked with gluten-free versions of tamari, Hoisin sauce, vegan Worcestershire sauce, veggie broth and hot sauce. Popular toppings that are gluten-free such as hummus, guacamole and salsa are readily available and delicious for guests who are not gluten-free as well.

Read Lots of Gluten-Free Recipes

Gluten-free recipes, websites, blogs and cookbooks are a treasure trove of information. Why not reap the benefits of all the lessons learned by other gluten-free cooks? The more recipes you read, the more you learn the purpose of each ingredient and how to substitute for others.

Keep It Simple

Focus on whole, naturally gluten-free foods. Plan your meals. Fill your plates with a rainbow of vegetables and fruits. Satisfy your hunger with legumes, nuts and seeds. And don’t forget potatoes–who doesn’t love a veggie-topped baked potato for dinner? It takes some time and practice but before you know it, cooking gluten-free will become second nature to you. Your meals will be delicious, full of flavor and healthier than ever before.


Chickpea Flour Banana Bread INGREDIENTS 3 medium ripe bananas, mashed 3 tablespoons honey 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 2 large eggs 2 tablespoons coconut oil, melted and cooled 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar 1 1/2 cups chickpea flour (garbanzo bean flour) 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon salt

OPTIONAL ADD-INS: 1/2 cup chocolate chips 1/2 cup chopped walnuts or pecans

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Preheat oven to 350°F. Line an 8” x 4” inch loaf pan with parchment paper and spray with nonstick cooking spray.

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In a medium bowl, whisk together chickpea flour, baking soda, cinnamon, and salt; set aside.

In a large bowl, combine bananas, honey, vanilla extract, eggs, coconut oil and apple cider vinegar; mix until well combined and creamy. Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients and mix until just combined. Fold in any of the optional add-ins to create your own version of this delicious bread. I highly recommend nuts & chocolate chips.

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Pour batter into prepared pan and smooth top. Bake for 40 - 50 minutes or until tester inserted into the center comes out clean. Remove from oven and place on wire rack to cool for 10 minutes, then carefully invert, remove bread from pan and place back on wire rack to cool completely. Cut into 12 slices.

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S UNDAY R OA S T A T

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E V E R Y SUNDAY

$ 3 2 ++

5 PM - 9 PM

PER PERSON MAINS » Aged Prime Rib au jus, horseradish sauce or creamy mustard sauce

TO START

» Roast Carolina Turkey Breast Madeira pan gravy, dijon, cranberries, and mango chutney

» Delmonico Clam Chowder » Split Pea and Ham Soup » Caesar Salad croutons & grated Parmesan » Display of Leafy Garden Greens cut kale, radicchio and romaine lettuces, aged balsamic vinaigrette, herb vinaigrette, creamy peppercorn dressing » Roasted Beet Salad black pepper goat cheese » Tomato, Cucumber and Red Onion Salad » Seasonally Inspired Salad of the Day

» Spice Rubbed Cold Poach Scottish Salmon creamy lemon-dill sauce

SIDES

» Buttery Smashed Potatoes with Parsley » Baked Sweet Potato Wedges pomegranate and walnuts » A Mélange of Oven Roasted Squashes

and Seasonal Vegetables

» Selection of Freshly Baked Breads sweet butter, preserves

DESSERT & SWEETS » Artisanal Cheese Selection

» Sticky Toffee Pudding

» English Trifle

» Array of Cakes, Pies & Other Sweets

» Warm Seasonal Cobbler

gluten free options available

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Finally It’s Friday

MEMBER MINGLE

FRIDAYS: JANUARY 19 | FEBRUARY 9 | MARCH 9 | APRIL 6 Tennis Gardens

Spike `n Tees

Tennis Gardens

Spike `n Tees

4:30 pm - 6:30 pm Complimentary lite bites and member charge bar. Reservations required. Call 941-387-1662 or email membership@longboatkeyclub.com.


OUR LOCAL

LITERATI IN THE LIBRARY By Chelsea Matthews

Grab your next vacation book-without even leaving the beach.

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each reading is always a favorite past time for anyone on vacation or simply enjoying a day in the sun. There’s nothing more relaxing than lying in the sand with a cool drink and diving into a captivating novel. At the Club we’ve got more than just the beach –we have the books for you, too! If you have not yet discovered The Library, I highly recommend a visit. It is located in the resort lobby and showcases shelves filled with the writings of local authors. For some local residents, the ocean air and tranquil atmosphere provide the perfect inspiration to go beyond just reading books to weaving tales of their own. From romance novels to suspenseful mysteries and thrillers, our local authors create stories of all kinds, infused with island inspiration and intrigue. Oceanview Publishing, an independent publishing house that is headquartered on Longboat Key, is one of the larger local publishing companies. Owned and operated by Drs. Robert and Patricia Gussin, both of whom have written and published books of their own, the company specializes in mystery, suspense and thriller novels. The publishing house is known for turning novels into onscreen successes

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in both the film and television industries. While Oceanview publishes authors from across the country, authors H. Terrell Griffin, Danny Lopez, Don Bruns, Susan Klaus and Ward Larsen are all locally based. Larsen, a bestselling thriller author, currently has a novel in development for a feature film. Romance novelists Sue Ellen Welfonder and Jenna Kernan are both Longboat Key residents. Kernan writes gritty, suspenseful novels that feature tough men and strong women while Welfonder pens stories brimming with medieval passions set in the Scottish highlands. She also writes paranormal stories set in Scotland under the pen name Allie Mackay. Featured in The Library, books by each of these authors are available for reading at your leisure. Pass the time, get lost in a new world and learn what stories your fellow Longboat Key locals have to tell.


MONTHLY

January 11, February 8, March 8, & April 5, 2018 12:30 pm Complimentary to members For location & additional information Contact Membership at 941-387-1662 or membership@longboatkeyclub.com.


JANUARY 2018 WELCOME 2018 WITH $18 ENHANCEMENTS

Add any of the following enhancements to your spa service for only $18 •

NAIL SERVICE ENHANCEMENTS

Includes paraffin, foot exfoliation treatment, intensive callous treatment, hand rejuvenation treatment. •

FACIAL SERVICE ENHANCEMENTS

Eye zone treatment, lip service treatment, foot exfoliation treatment, hand rejuvenation treatment, paraffin. •

MASSAGE SERVICE ENHANCEMENTS

Add stones, foot exfoliation treatment, light scalp treatment, paraffin.

DETOX RENEWAL BODY WRAP (50 MIN $130)*

A renewing treatment specially created to eliminate toxins and impurities and relax tense muscles. This enticing treatment begins with a full body dry brush exfoliation, then a wrap with an amazing Moroccan rhassoul clay mask infused with rose and jasmine.The treatment is finished with a delicious application of our Aromasoul Indian blend oil which captures the essence of India with more rose and jasmine and essences of amber and nutmeg.

FEBRUARY 2018 CHOCOLATE CHILL FACIAL (50 MIN $130)*

The perfect facial to soothe the effects of winter. This aromatic facial will delight your skin as you feel the invigorating tingle of snow algae, and experience the soothing and anti-inflammatory benefits of aloe. The cooling effects of this treatment will leave your skin rejuvenated and rosy.

ROSE CHAMPAGNE PEDICURE (50 MIN $45)*

Indulge in this luxurious pedicure, allow the hydrating and relaxing benefits of rose to pamper your feet.

COUPLES MASSAGE

Complimentary chocolate covered strawberries and sparkling wine are served with each couples massage in the month of February.

MARCH & APRIL 2018 FIRMING FACE & BODY TREATMENT (80 MIN $175)*

Revitalize and return to a more youthful glow with this firming combination for the face and targeted areas on the body. Start with a brisk application of firming and shaping gel to target area to smooth and tighten the appearance of skin texture while you relax in this stimulating and refreshing wrap. On to a rejuvenating firming facial. The skin is infused with a power packed blend of peptides, stem cells, vitamins and botanicals to instantly repair and reverse the signs of aging.

SPRINGTIME MANI”CURE” (25 MIN $30)*

“There is nothing a fresh manicure cannot fix.” Come and get your fix with this comforting, soothing and uplifting mani”cure” and enjoy our special springtime oil blend.

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An 18% service charge will be added to the discounted price. Lic #MM30745


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To sign up, stop by or call The Fitness Center at 941-387-1656.


JANUARY “Sarasota Ballet” with Jason Ettore - 1/4

11:30 am • Harbourside Ballroom

$20++ per person includes lunch and cocktails.

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FORK & VINE DINNERS THE WINES OF CAYMUS VINE YARD

Thursday, January 11 6:30 pm | The Tavern & Whiskey Bar

THE JUDGEMENT O F PA R I S 1 9 7 6

Thursday, February 8 6:30 pm | Sands Pointe The blind tasting that changed the world of wine.

THE WINES OF G R G I C H H I L L S E S TA T E Wednesday, March 7 6:30 pm | The Tavern & Whiskey Bar

FRENCH POLYNESIA WITH BEAUJOLAIS & CHABLIS Thursday, April 12 6:30 pm | The Library at Sands Pointe

EACH EVENT IS $125++ PER PERSON. TO RSVP, CALL 941-387-1662 OR EMAIL MEMBERSHIP@LONGBOATKEYCLUB.COM


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usic is an inevitable joy in virtually everyone’s life. Whether you’re humming lyrics of a favorite song from twenty years ago or listening to trending tunes on the radio during your morning commute, music is, to most people, as natural as breathing. One undeniable thing that makes listening to music a universal pastime is the sheer volume of offerings and styles which ensures there is something that will suit a multitude of tastes. Loving music truly makes you part of a community and, depending on the genre, that community can span across the globe as well as generations.


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Perhaps an even greater force than a sense of community, nostalgia plays a powerful role in the way music exists within our lives. The opening notes of one song can instantly transport you back to your high school prom, or favorite summer road trip. For many people today, the Beatles are the height of their musical nostalgia. What Elvis was to the 1950’s became the Beatles in the ‘60’s, and even throughout the ‘70’s, despite the group breaking up in 1970. When they showed up in America on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1964, the British boy band changed the landscape of rock n’ roll music. Trading in poodle skirts and saddle shoes for bell bottoms and tie-dye tee shirts, teenagers across the country flocked wherever the Beatles were playing to sing along about peace, love, and rebellion. As the “Fab Four’ became a household name seemingly overnight, the legions of passionate fans grew like wildfire, and the sensation was quickly awarded its own name: Beatlemania. Bonding over such a powerful zeitgeist provided a much-needed unity in the trying times following the Kennedy assassination and the ongoing uncertainty of the Vietnam War. Whether it was enjoying the nonsensical “I Am the Walrus” or taking solace in the joyful “All You Need is Love,” music of the Beatles ingrained itself as an indelible memory. Ask any fan today about their favorite song, and they’re likely to light up and sing at least the opening phrase, even if their hippie days are long behind them.

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musically with other people. You have to listen to other musicians and play with them even if you don’t agree with what they’re playing… It teaches you that the world is big enough to accommodate us all.” What started out a century ago on the streets of New Orleans has withstood the test of time and found its way from speakeasies into mainstream popular culture. If last year’s smash hit Hollywood musical film La La Land speaks to anything, it’s that love for jazz is as alive and well today as it was upon its inception.

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Jazz music, for example, is inseparable from a community identity. While some only think about it in the form of street musicians or as the background ambiance at a Sunday brunch, those who love it know that jazz and its devotees are as diverse as it gets. Jazz music is complicated and full of variety, improvisation, and collaboration. A trumpeter may begin an easy melody, only to follow the slow lead the piano player decides to take, and then quickly adjust pace to keep up with the drummer. If done properly, no song is ever truly played the same way twice. Wynton Marsalis, the first ever Pulitzer prize winner for a jazz recording, once said “Jazz means working things out

THIS SPRING

Come out and gather with your fellow music lovers. February 2 2018: Enjoy Jazz Under the Stars Featuring Synia Carroll and the Billy Marcus Trio. April 7, 2018: Enjoy craft beer, bourbon and sing the blues at Blue and Brews. Summer 2018: Relive Beatlemania with Glass Onion, a Sarasota Beatles tribute band. For more information, and to reserve your spot at each of these great events, please contact Membership at 941-387-1662 or by email membership@longboatkeyclub.com.

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HOW TO PAIR FOOD AND WINE Seminar and Tasting

Friday, January 26 • 4:30 pm • Court 21 Learn how to pair food and wine at this tasting.

$40

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TO RSVP, CALL 941-387-1662 OR MEMBERSHIP@LONGBOATKEYCLUB.COM


O N E D AY MEMBER GUEST GOLF TO U R N A M E N T S A T U R D AY, J A N U A RY 2 7

7:00 am BREAKFAST 8:30 am SHOTGUN 1:00 pm LUNCH HARBOURSIDE

$150 per twosome includes

breakfast, lunch, cart fee and prizes.

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For details and to sign up, call 941-387-1631.


Firepit

BEACH BARBECUE 5 pm • Longboat Key Club Beach

Firepit Beach Barbecue: Saturday, March 31 & Friday, April 20

Chocolate Inspired Firepit Beach Barbecue: Saturday, February 10 chocolate inspired menu*

Enjoy a sun-kissed Florida beach barbecue. A Family friendly event! Entertainment, buffet, beer/wine bar, rum punch, sodas, bottled juices, water and s’mores roasted over an open firepit!

$45++ per adult $15.95++ per child (5 - 12)

TO RSVP, CALL 941-387-1662 OR MEMBERSHIP@LONGBOATKEYCLUB.COM


It’s Kate’s first date as a widow and she’s desperate to get out of it. There’s only one person who can help, Jake, her deceased husband. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13 Harbourside Ballroom 6 pm Reception / 6:30 pm Dinner / 7:30 pm Show

$50++ per person includes dinner, show and open bar. TO RSVP, CALL 941-387-1662 OR MEMBERSHIP@LONGBOATKEYCLUB.COM


Wednesday, February 14 6 pm o Harbourside Ballroom

Valent ines Day Treat that special someone to an elegant three course dinner with a live four piece band playing your favorite dance songs.

$75

To RSVP for this event, please call 941-387-1662 or membership@longboatkeyclub.com.

++ per person Includes dinner, open bar and entertainment.


13TH ANNUAL

Chocolate Wine

Featuring wines from Freemark Abbey Winery

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23 6:30 pm | Island House Dining Room

Our 13th annual Chocolate Wine Dinner featuring chocolate inspired dishes paired with the wines of Freemark Abbey.

$100++

per person

TO RSVP, CALL 941-387-1662 OR MEMBERSHIP@LONGBOATKEYCLUB.COM


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Ladies’ Member Guest Golf Tournament

Thursday, March 8

$100 (18-Holes) $80 (9-Holes) inclusive per person

Dress as your favorite Superhero as we conquer the world together!

18-Holes 7 am Photos, Shoe Fitting, Breakfast / 8:30 am Tee Time Full/Golf Membership required.

9-Holes 8:30 am Photos, Shoe Fitting, Breakfast / 9:30 am Tee Time Greens fees apply for Tennis and Social members.

Lunch

12:30 pm • Harbourside Ballroom

For details and to sign up, call Harbourside Pro Shop at 941-387-1631.


Men’s Member Guest Golf Tournament Impress your golfing partner on the newly renovated golf courses. Full/Golf Membership necessary. $495 inclusive for Member and his guest.

MARCH 8 through MARCH 10 Thursday, March 8 - 5 pm “Stag Night” • The Tavern Porch Friday, March 9 - 9:30 am Play 18-holes • Links on Longboat Saturday, March 10 - 8:30 am Play 27-holes • Harbourside “Three 9- holes Match”

6 pm “Awards Reception” • Harbourside Ballroom For details, call 941-387-1631.


Tennis

March 12 - April 2 3 pm • Monday - Friday

Golf

March 12 - April 13 2 pm • Tuesdays 1 pm • Saturdays

Junior golfers get out on the courses to learn the fundamentals of the game while having a great time with their buddies! Topics will include safety, putting, chipping, how to read the course as well as learning the art of club selection. After an initial skills evaluation with one of our Golf Pros, well-matched groups will be formed and taken out for real-time practice on the courses or driving range. This is a great way to keep the younger players engaged and help advance their skills in a relaxing and challenging way.

Spring Junior Clinics

Great fun in a learning environment. Our young players learn stroke production, footwork, strategy, the need for good physical conditioning and much more during their fun in the sun clinic. Sign up for one day or for a week and enjoy learning and playing tennis. Truly a sport for a lifetime. $25 per player, per one hour clinic To register, call 387-1633 or email John Woods at john.woods@longboatkeyclub.com.

$30 per player, per one hour clinic

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To register, call 387-1631 or email Bob Bruso at bob.bruso@longboatkeyclub.com or Mark Anderson at mark.anderson@longboatkeyclub.com


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Erin Go Bragh! Come sing along as we celebrate St. Paddy’s Day! Dance the night away with live Irish music by Trinity.

To RSVP, call 941-387-1662 or membership@longboatkeyclub.com.


Wine Dinner Friday, March 23 6:30 pm • John Ringling Room

$100

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per person

“For the Senses”

Featuring the wines from Arrowood Vineyards and Winery paired with a culinary experience to remember. TO RSVP, CALL 941-387-1662 OR MEMBERSHIP@LONGBOATKEYCLUB.COM


Good Friday LOBSTER BOIL Friday, March 30

Seatings 5 pm and 7 pm Harbourside Ballroom Celebrate Good Friday at our annual lobster boil featuring New England Lobster, clams, peel and eat shrimp and steamed corn. Includes live entertainment and open bar.

$65++ per person / $25++ per child (5 - 12) To RSVP, call 941-387-1662 or membership@longboatkeyclub.com.

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Passover Seder Dinner

Read, Sing, Dine, and Celebrate the Festival of Freedom! Friday, March 30, 2018 / 14 Nisan 5778 • John Ringling Room Gathering & Cocktails 6 pm • Seder Service 6:30 pm • Dinner 7 pm

$65

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APRIL “Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe” with Nate Jacobs - 4/4

11:30 am • Harbourside Ballroom

$25++ per person includes 30-minute performance, lunch and cocktails. To RSVP, call 941-387-1662 or membership@longboatkeyclub.com.


Easter Celebration Egg Hunt Sunday, April 1

9 am • Links on Longboat Practice Tee 10 am • Egg Hunt Begins (Complimentary) Enjoy an Easter egg hunt and children’s activities. Meet the Easter Bunny. Complimentary pastries and beverages. For information call 941-387-1662 or email membership@longboatkeyclub.com.


Easter Brunch

Sunday, April 1

$65++ $25++

per adult per child (5-12)

Seatings: 11:30 am and 2 pm • Harbourside Ballroom

Have a photo taken with the Easter Bunny when you attend the Easter Brunch. Delight in family, friends and food. Carving stations, salad stations, a raw bar and delightful entrĂŠes. There is something for everyone! Finish with our elaborate dessert station.

To RSVP, call 941-387-1662 or membership@longboatkeyclub.com.


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Saturday, April 7

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Local craft beers, bourbon bar and mouthwatering barbecue combined with classic American fare sets the stage for a perfect night. Entertainment by Skyway. Get your seats while you can!

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Neptune’s Table Saturday, April 14 • 6 pm Harbourside Ballroom

Our most elaborate buffet of the season returns again and includes Maine lobster and an open bar.

$70++ per person Price Includes Open Bar

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Tennis Men s Member Guest Friday, April 20 - Saturday, April 21 9 am Check-in / 10:30 Tournament / 1 pm Lunch • The Tennis Gardens

$150 Inclusive Full/Tennis Membership necessary. For details, call 941-387-1633. 48

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T e n n i sLADIES'M e m b e r G u e s t Thursday, April 26 9 am Check-in and Team Photo • 10:30 am Round Robin The Tennis Gardens Join us for a “A Superhero Celebration” in this fun filled tournament. Lunch and Fashion Show to finish off the day. Full / Tennis Membership necessary. For details, call 941-387-1633.

$50++ per person

Dress as your favorite Superhero as we conquer the world together!


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Join us for Longboat Key’s only Drive-In Movie. Featuring “Happy Gilmore.” Includes dinner, open bar, and the movie.

$45++ per adult $15.95++ per child TO RSVP FOR THIS EVENT, CALL 941-387-1662 OR MEMBERSHIP@LONGBOATKEYCLUB.COM


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Club Experience Winter Spring 2018  

Club Experience magazine is a Longboat Key Club publication. This digital magazine is for designer portfolio use only*

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Club Experience magazine is a Longboat Key Club publication. This digital magazine is for designer portfolio use only*

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