Thursday, March 10, 2011

Girls Night Out at Episcopal Church of Our Saviour

From Florida-

Thanks to the men, the women had a great time. The "Palarine Mafia" treated the women of the Episcopal Church of Our Saviour to Girls Night Out on Friday. The "Mafia," made up of the Rev. John Palarine, rector at Our Saviour, and a slew of other hardworking men from the congregation, prepared, served and cleaned up after an Italian feast.

Palarine, teasingly titled "Chef Giovanni" because of his well-known skills in the kitchen, said he enjoyed preparing generations-old family recipes.

"I love to cook, especially Italian food," Palarine said. "My father came to America from Italy."
While a few men helped, "Chef Giovanni" create his ziti supreme with homemade marinara sauce, parmesan chicken medallions in mushroom sauce, scampi Renaldo, la crudaiola (a fresh tomato dish) and frozen yogurt parfaits. Other apron-clad men served as wine stewards or waiters bringing heaping bowls of olive oil and butter-dripping delicacies to tables filled with female friends.


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