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Fast Facts Business: The Hathaway House Location: 3976 Rt. 41, Solon P.O. Box 621 McGraw, NY Phone: 607-836-6006 Facebook: Hathaway House Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Hathaway House
Hathaway House, a historic landmark located among the hills of Cortland County, is a well-established banquet facility centrally located between Syracuse, Ithaca, and Binghamton. The Tinelli family has maintained the beauty, history and reputation of this building and grounds for more than fifty years. Owned by Anthony and Nadine Tinelli and their children since the early 1970s, The Hathaway House is one of the longest family-owned hospitality businesses in Central New York.
to the room hosting your event by one of our staff members. As you make your way to the banquet room, you are able to peruse the four parlors that are decorated with time period furniture. Each room of The Hathaway House has its own décor that accentuates the history, yet represents the comfort of a family established business. The parlors are enhanced with pier mirrors, crystal chandeliers, and marble fireplaces are available for relaxed enjoyment and pictures.
With over sixty years in the hospitality industry, Anthony Tinelli has learned and acquired the ability to make your event a memorable one, tailoring your day to your wants and wishes. Upon arrival, you are greeted with a smile and an open door, and are directed
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The Hathaway House’s chef Gina L. Tinelli studied and excelled in her training at the Cordon Bleu in Paris, France. Her creative ability provides a feast that will be remembered by all. She personally trains and oversees her staff from the beginning of your event to the very end. Gina is able to create exquisite dishes, yet welcomes the opportunity to produce traditional favorites. If you have a special request for a traditional family dish, Gina is more than willing to create and it to add to your menu. Our menu is vast and can be tailored to your requests. We offer a variety of hors de oeuvres, salads and entrees that can be tastefully displayed in either a sit down atmosphere or as an elaborate buffet. Some
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Did You Eat Your Colors Today? As
certified color therapist, visual artist, and instructor, I’ve witnessed over the years the powerful impact color can have on our mental, physical, and emotional well-being. Color therapy is considered a complementary or alternative modality (like reflexology, acupuncture, or cranial sacral massage) and is the use of color in a variety of ways to promote health and healing. One important way to get a daily dose of color therapy is by eating a rainbow of fruits, herbs, and vegetables. While a monochromatic color scheme might work for your kitchen décor, when it comes to your diet, every hue contains tasty, nutritional benefits. Here is a short reference list of colorful foods: • Red – Apples, grapes, red bell peppers, beets, strawberries, radishes, raspberries, cranberries, pomegranates, cherries and chili peppers.
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• Orange – Pumpkins, butternut squash,
mangoes, oranges, tangerines, carrots, sweet potatoes, peaches, saffron and apricots. Yellow – Corn, yellow waxed beans, lemons, pineapples, grapefruit, yellow squash, onions, apples, plantains, pears and bananas. Green – Broccoli, cilantro, edamame, Brussels sprouts, limes, avocados, basil, lettuce, spinach, artichokes, asparagus, Bok choy, celery, cabbage, Swiss chard, cucumbers, olives, honeydew melon, leeks and okra. Blue – Acai berries, plums, blueberries, blue corn, concord grapes, blackberries, elderberries and currants. Purple or Violet – Grapes, eggplant, figs, cabbage, lavender, passion fruit, purple potatoes and purple carrots. White – Onions, cauliflower, turmeric, mushrooms, leeks, fennel, garlic, potatoes, parsnips, jicama, lotus root, lychee and navy beans.
Email me any additions you can think of, Ivystevensgupta@gmail.com. While you’re at it, pick up that cookbook gathering dust on your shelf or watch a tutorial on healthy
recipes like at Pickuplimes.com. Surprise your family and friends with your new culinary skills. Complement your meal with Finger Lakes craft beer, wine or cider. Support your local community-supported agriculture or CSA like www.LocalHarvest.org and get fresh, colorful produce full of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals every week. Start with a realistic goal of one new recipe a month. Get the whole family involved and assign tasks. It’s never too early to teach kids how to eat the rainbow. Make it even more interesting by selecting a different country each month and preparing an ethnic dish to celebrate their heritage. Creating a delicious meal full of color is a great way to show someone you love them. Ivy Stevens-Gupta 607-742-4932 www.Ivycreativedesigns.com Instagram @Ivystevensgupta.art