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Pepperoncini is one of those Italian, Greek and Eastern European peppers that are very popular in their homelands. However they are not commonly used in the United States except as a whole chile added to an antipasti or pickled in vinegar in commercially packaged jars.
It’s uncommon to find the pepper used in a sauce but is particularly delicious when you use it this way. I also like it straight out of the jar, chopped up with tomato, onions and garlic or with pasta, chicken or flank steak.
Well, the seasons by the calendar have officially changed and we are full into autumn. Weather still has not made up it's mind and I am waiting for the leaves to change. It's times like this that I really wish I had a couple of kayaks to take out on some of the ponds and lakes and go leaf peeping. But will just have to find another way to enjoy looking for the changing leaves like on nice nature walk through some of our conservation areas. We have so many within 7 miles of my home that I can not even begin to hit them all.
Barnstable County unemployment numbers remain low, multiple local business owners will be before the Licensing Board Monday, and town staff are already at work on the FY 16 budget.
A tragic shed fire in Hyannis takes the life of an eight-year-old boy, a grant will help the Barnstable Police Department pay for necessary equipment, and find out what town officials are doing to prepare for the impacts of climate change.
We cover Barnstable's successful 375 Town Picnic, on this episode of Barnstable Today.
Stop worrying, y'all.... the three missing Afghan soldiers were captured as they tried to cross the border into Canada. They were seeking asylum.
Details are scarce, but they aren't going to blow up the Sagamore Bridge or anything.
It's funny... our latest immigration problem is illegals trying to sneak OUT of America.
The National Guard has announced that three Afghanistan National Army soldiers have fled a training exercise being held at the Joint Base:Cape Cod. That's right here in Bourne, folks!
This weekend brings us the annual Scallop Festival, with all of the prestige and revenue that accompanies it. It really is the last blast of summer, and it's nice to see our old friend return to... Falmouth???
Bearing due west at 15 miles, I caught sight of a single flashing light in the darkness. I’d seen it plenty of times, but still wasn’t sure, not having a chart handy.
“What are those four lights in a row to the right of it?” my companion asked.
“Chatham Bars Inn. Just up Shore Road. Those are the lights on the top floor,” I said.
Find out what’s on the agenda for tonight’s Town Council meeting, Barnstable Police open a new sub-station, and the Wings of Freedom tour returns to Barnstable Municipal Airport.