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cape Qazate BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21 MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014 S7 Elyse and Chad Moore also won an auction Wheels Lewes-Rehoboth event. They Bob Ciprietti, right. Eating Continued from page 37 - assuming she rode out of Beth- any Beach immediately after the dinner. Back in September, the Rehoboth Foodie had warned the auction attendees to "leave your diets at home." Fortunate- Spiced and marinated lamb was served dinner at September's Meals on are all smiles with Touch of Italy boss ly, local psychotherapist and columnist Michael Hurd was on hand for crisis intervention. Legendary Bronx butcher (and longtime Ciprietti friend) Sal Biancardi is the source of many of Touch of Italy's fresh meats, and he put his personal touch on the final course by butchering, trimming, spicing and marinating a combination of Fusion, Sedona and Salt Air founder Jonathan Spivak dis- cusses the benefits of bacon with Fitness by Lisa boss Lisa Velasco. lamb ribs and chops. Bob drove to New York the day before the dinner to pick up Biancardi's masterpiece. In fact, he called Sal during the dinner to verify the cook- ing instructions. Incidentally, SaPs directions did not include setting off Leslie's fire alarm (twice), but somehow that became part of the experience. Fortunately, she was able to stop the fire department dispatch (well, once...), but ali's well that ends well: The perfectly carved and broiled pieces of lamb were tender and simply sublime. Three more of these dinners remain: The second one from the Meals on Wheels event, and two more that were auctioned off at the Beebe Ball in Novem- ber. Perhaps I can disguise my- self and get in on those too. I'll have to give that some thought. Touch of Italy's signature cookies topped course feast. off the five- Bob Yesbek is a serial foodie and can be with garlicky broccoli rabe. reached at byesbek@CapeGazette.com. Auction winner and hostess the right. Leslie Kopp relaxes at the table. That's Lucky on BUYAT HARBESON This is how you live. You redefine the art of fine living. Berkshire Hathaway is one of the most well-respected and admired firms in the world. Our real estate professionals raise the bar for expertise and service in the luxury market. Why trust the purchase or sale of your home to anyone else? THE LURTY TEAM David Lurty Nancy Lurty Cell: 302-745-0637 OJ ce: 3o2-645-6661, ext. 12o E-mail: LurtyTeam@gmail.com www.LURTYTEAM.com Wooded lot positioned for great views! Measures almost one acre. No builder tie-in. $99,000 Johnson Road, Harbeson I 3303K N. Sagamore Drive, Hearthstone Manor Great price for this top-floor condo in ele- vator building. Great layout, with 9BR, 2BA, screened porch. Enjoy community clubhouse, pool, lawneare. 20- minute drive to Dover and beaches. $129,9oo B E RKS H I RE HATHAWAY HomeServices Gallo Realty I ~-~ ~..g A member of the franchise system of BHH Affiliates, LLC ' SELL AT THE BEACH .......