Oct
23
6:30 PM18:30

Malas on a Mission - Mary's Place By the Sea

Malas on a Mission is a partnership between Marilyn Schlossbach, Executive Chef, Environmentalist, Community Activist and Krista Lynn, Jewelry Designer and Spiritual Workshop Facilitator. Going on our 5th year, our Mission is giving the gift of good intention to people as well as local charities.

Mala Beads have been used for centuries as prayer beads in many cultures. Commonly strung with 108 beads, they serve as meditative talismans with each bead representing a repetition of a mantra or intention. Mala Beads are often worn as a protection against evil spirits, to purify ones mind, body and words and to simply remind you of your personal and spiritual intentions.

Join us for a night of creative beading, inspiration, ocean views, amazing food and drinks led by Krista Lynn of www.kristalynndesigns.com. You will learn about the charity of the night, the Mala Necklace, and tap into your creativity making yourself the gift of good intention. Truly is a wonderful night of Community and Giving Back. You will leave with your very own Mala Necklace to simply use for wear or prayer.

Event starts promptly at 6:30pm. We ask that you arrive between 6-6:15pm to gather your supplies.

Event is open to 35 attendees.

Cost: $40/pp wood bead kit or $60/pp - semi precious stone kit
(The semi precious upgrade can be purchased the night of. Please bring $20 in cash).

Light Fare and Drinks will be served.

A % of ticket proceeds will be donated to Mary's Place By The Sea

Mary’s Place by the Sea is a respite home for women who are receiving treatment for cancer. We provide services that complement their medical treatment, including oncology massages, nutrition education, individual counseling, Reiki, guided meditation, expressive writing, and yoga. Mary’s Place by the Sea is not a medical facility with medical staff. We offer integrative services to women with cancer and provide rest and support during this challenging time in their lives. They are empowered with knowledge that will aid them on their road to healing.

Since 2009, nearly 8,000 women with cancer have become "guests" of Mary's Place by the Sea.Our new home is located at 22 Main Avenue in Ocean Grove. Please call 732-455-5344 for more information.

For additional information or any questions, please contact Krista Lynn at krista@kristalynndesigns.com or 732-203-7893.

 
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Oct
27
10:00 AM10:00

What is Sustainability Presented by Two Rivers Gourmet Mushroom LLC

In this first event, we will examine the concept of Sustainability, its varied interpretations, and connections with different fields of study. We will explore the concept of the "Tragedy of The Commons" in the context of the morality associated with the exploitation of resources and the human causes of climate change.

Before thinking about efficient ways to reduce our impact on the planet, we need to first establish exactly how much our different behaviors impact our carbon footprint. Future workshops will delve into more local issues and solutions to anthropogenic climate change and will culminate with a Keynote address by New Jersey's state climatologist: Dr. David Robinson on Saturday December 1st.

All proceeds for this event will go to local nonprofits (FFT, COA, Littoral, etc.)

 
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Nov
8
6:00 PM18:00

BOOZE & CHEWS: LAIRDS APPLEJACK 6 COURSE PAIRING

The second Booze and Chews Dinner will feature a 6 course dinner of Lincoln's Favorite meals along with a Lairds Applejack pairing. 

Laird & Company is synonymous with apple spirits and three centuries of family distilling tradition. The company produces the vast majority of all Applejack and American Apple Brandy on the market, which have been enjoyed since colonial times and are equally prized by today’s mixology community. 

Vincent Capitolo, the Regional Sales Manager of Laird & Company, will be on premise to talk about the history of Lairds.

A percentage of proceeds with be donated to a League of Womens Voters.

America’s Oldest Distiller

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Oct
18
6:30 PM18:30

BOOZE & CHEWS: OCTOBERFEST BEER TASTING & FOOD PAIRING

Join us for a sampling twist on Octoberfest dishes benefiting Mary’s Place By The Sea - $10 of Every ticket Is donated. 4 beers & 8 Tapas $35

For more Information visit - Mary’s Place By The Sea

BREWERIES ON BOARD

 

A % of ticket proceeds will be donated to Mary's Place - www.marysplacebythesea.org

Mary’s Place by the Sea is a respite home for women who are receiving treatment for cancer. We provide services that complement their medical treatment, including oncology massages, nutrition education, individual counseling, Reiki, guided meditation, expressive writing, and yoga. Mary’s Place by the Sea is not a medical facility with medical staff. We offer integrative services to women with cancer and provide rest and support during this challenging time in their lives. They are empowered with knowledge that will aid them on their road to healing.

Since 2009, nearly 8,000 women with cancer have become "guests" of Mary's Place by the Sea.Our new home is located at 22 Main Avenue in Ocean Grove. Please call 732-455-5344 for more information.

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Sep
25
to Oct 1

Sea Hear Now & Eat with Us!

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The Marilyn Schlossbach Group & Catering

Sea, Hear, Now & Sample our Autumn Menu with Artist & Owner of Langosta Lounge Scott Szegeski

Don’t miss Owner & Artist, Scott Szegeski’s work this coming weekend at the Sea, Hear, Now Festival on view in the Danny Clinch Transparency Pop-up Gallery. September 29th - 30th. We will be launching our new fall menu beginning this week.

 
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Featured Autumn Cocktail: Harvest Thyme Crew

 By: Marilyn Schlossbach

By: Marilyn Schlossbach

INGREDIENTS 
2 oz Cask & Crew Rye Whiskey
1 oz Honey-Thyme Syrup
.5 oz Pineapple Juice
2 Shakes Orange Bitters

INSTRUCTIONS
Shake over ice
Serve in a rocks glass
Garnish with orange & a sprig of thyme

Enjoy this classic cocktail in the comfort of your home or while dining with us at Langosta Lounge

Our Fall Bread Program

We have been crafting our artisanal bread program for the past year and we are excited to share our new fermented creations on our fall menu.

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Our head baker Sharon takes her cues and sourdough starter from Bobolink , with recipes including Our Community Vines red wine sourdough, a black rice bread, our rustic wheat & featured above, a beer rye sourdough served with a squash sauerkraut.

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Aug
1
to Aug 31

The Beach Beet - August 2018

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Third Ave Pavilion, Asbury Park, N.J. 

Recipe:
Mai Tai, My Way

By: Marilyn Schlossbach

INGREDIENTS 
1.5 oz coconut rum
1.5 oz white rum
1 oz pineapple juice
1 oz orange Juice

INSTRUCTIONS
Shake over ice
Servein a pint glass
Top with a dark rum floater
Garnish with lime, lemon, orange & a cherry

Enjoy this classic cocktail in the comfort of your home or while dining with us at Langosta Lounge!

 

The Boys & Girls Club Surf Lessons

Held every Tuesday Morning during the summer with the volunteer help of the Marilyn Schossbach Group Ohana

Food for Thought By The Sea is a Non-Profit Organization dedicated to helping our community and creating a positive environment for the local youth of Asbury Park through educational initiatives that support the environment and its local purveyors with affordable meals in our give-back food programs. 

One of these initiatives is helping restore Merrick Farm in a effort to re-establish its daily operations and continue its history in providing local organic produce. 

Interested in learning more or being a volunteer? 
Email: info@foodforthoughtap.com for more information today! 

 
 
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