APRIL FOOLS —
For this issue, the Longboat Observer has teamed up with an area company to test one of its newest line of products: edible ink and paper. Unlike previously released edible paper, which is more like dissolving Styrofoam, the company’s new product looks and feels like actual paper — and tastes great. Throughout this issue, all red ink will taste like strawberries. The company hopes to market the product to dessert companies who could use it to top cake and pastries — or companies looking to jazz up their annual reports. Please send your reviews of our new edible paper to Mallory Gnaegy at email@example.com.
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19 Longboat Key Fine Art Festival
9:00 am - 9:00 pm
19 Mote's Party on the Pass
22 Nia with Gail on Anna Maria Island
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
23 Nia with Gail on Longboat Key
11:30 am - 12:30 pm
The Good News: Terry Stottlemyer and Madeline Brogan
The all-volunteer, nonprofit organization provides assistance for struggling mothers through community donations.
IN THE KITCHEN WITH: Duval's New World Cafe
This week we went in the kitchen at Duval's New World Café with executive chef Nils Tarantik while he prepares their signature Spice Rubbed Grilled Goldentile, with sautéed shoestring vegetables, sweet soy glaze and crispy cellophane noodles
A Cinderella story
A 10-week-old miniature pinscher puppy found a “happily ever after ending” at the Celebration of Pets April 12, at the Sarasota County Fairgrounds.