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Eggs are not just for Easter

  • Dizzy Pig Barbecue Company
  • Address: 11301 Braden Drive Manassas, Va. 20109
  • Phone: (703) 273-3580
  • Website: https://dizzypigbbq.com/

Dizzy Pig classes draw aspiring master grillers who love their Eggs

There are a few things you need to grill salmon properly.

1. Make sure your fish is fresh and sourced from someone who knows a thing or two about great seafood. Dizzy Pig founder Chris Capell gets his from the hills of southwest Virginia. More on that in a bit.

2. Make sure you use the right kind of charcoal on the grill — wood briquettes work nicely to get the temperature up to the needed 500 degrees.

3. As for the grill, well for that, you’ll need a cooker shaped like an egg.

And those cookers, called “Big Green Eggs,” are what keep people coming back to Dizzy Pig in Prince William County to learn from the master grill chef.

Grilling for 20 years now, award-winning competitive chef and Dizzy Pig founder Chris Capell fired up his Big Green Egg for more than 25 people on a cold and gray Saturday morning in March. They were there for an expert seafood cooking class.

And while not ideal barbeque weather, Capell’s students enthusiastically encircled him on an outdoor patio as he smoked choice cuts of salmon.

Capell keeps the fish to one side of the grate, so as not to burn it, allowing for even heat distribution throughout the grill. The grate is positioned as high as possible, keeping the fish far from the flames.


He applies a butter-maple glaze to the fish and cooks each piece for about ten to twelve minutes on each side until it becomes a dark, rich color worthy of its namesake.

Once finished, Capell pulls the fish from the grill and places perfect portions into trays. He passes them around, so everyone gets a taste.

The smoky flavor gives the fish a more meaty feel, while the glaze adds an unexpected savory undertone. There is nothing fishy about this meat, and the crowd can’t get enough, as many return for seconds.

Preparing the fish


Capell bought his first Big Green Egg in 1998, four years before founding Dizzy Pig. And he’s been sourcing his fish from the hills of southwestern Virginia for many years.

“I had to drive down to Blacksburg this week to get this,” Capell told his class.

This fresh catch is not from any mountain lake, but rather the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Capell knows a couple that lives in Blacksburg. They travel to the shore each week to bring back seafood to sell to Blacksburg locals.

“They really know what they’re looking for when it comes to quality, and I’ve relied on them for years,” he said.

He takes his time to prepare the fish, using a six-inch blade to carefully slice away the skin. Afterward, he goes back and removes any leftover membranes.

“Some people like to cook the fish with the skin on, but it tastes very fishy,” Capell explained.

“There’s also a bloodline that runs underneath the skin. That’s fishy too,” he said, while making precision cuts with the blade.

Building a fanbase

This seafood cooking class is one of many Capell holds at his Dizzy Pig Headquarters near Innovation Park. With its large open space, high ceilings and a video monitor that gives the attendees a birds-eye view of Capell preparing his meat, the classroom serves as an ideal meeting space.

Down the hall is the grill shop, where visitors find shelves full of Dizzy Pig seasonings developed by Capell and his team. The new “Raging River” blend is meant to be used on pork, chicken, and salmon. The truth is it tastes great on everything.

The room is also stocked with an array of The Big Green Egg ceramic kamado-style cookers. Capell swears by them, and, even with prices ranging from $800 to $2,500 a cooker, so do his fans who’ve purchased from him.

“We’ve bought two Eggs, and we cook everything on them, especially in the winter months,” said Jill Caballero of Amissville, Va.

A year-round griller, she uses her Egg three to four times a week to make everything from meats to cake. Yes, cake, the kind you would eat on your birthday.

“It’s really good,” she said.

Many in the class own a Big Green Egg or are contemplating a purchase. These classes serve as how-tos for the Egg faithful.

John and Nelle Krobath of Haymarket purchased their Egg at Dizzy Fest, an annual event Capell holds to showcase great competition cooking on Big Green Eggs.

“We got ours already assembled and broken in,” said John Krobath.

The class was a mixture of singles and couples all looking for a shared cooking experience, and looking to share with each other tips and tricks they’ve learned along the road to master grilling.

Dizzy Pig charges $95 per person or $180 a couple for the four-hour class packed with camaraderie and instruction. It’s part seeing, part cooking and part eating.

Capell is open to questions from the class throughout the experience. Attendees also get a 5 percent discount in the grill store and are served refreshments.

Attendees may register online for an April 21, 2018, pork barbeque class. The class is held from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. at Dizzy Pig Headquarters, located at 11301 Braden Drive.

And the Winners Are: Weber Rector Real Estate Services, Inc., Excellence in Finance/Insurance/Real Estate

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And the Winners Are: Competitive Edge Athletic Performance Center, Excellence in Small Business (1-10 Employees)

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And the Winners Are: FirstLight Home Care, Emerging Business of the Year

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24-year old veteran, business owner tells “what it takes to make it to the top when you started at the bottom”

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City of Manassas, Prince William Chamber recognize multiple Manassas businesses

On Wednesday evening February 28, 2018 the Prince William County Chamber of Commerce hosted its 7th annual business awards dinner at the Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas to honor the best of the local business community.  Awards recognize excellence in business, innovative practices, outstanding contributions to the community and businesses/organizations that stand out among their peers.
 
The City of Manassas presented its “Business of the Year Award” to Shining Sol Candle Company.  Shining Sol Candle Company opened its first bricks-and-mortar store in Historic Downtown Manassas a year and a half ago.  Owner Pete Evick is a life-long resident of Manassas and is committed to building a strong sense of community, which has already become evident with the huge amount of success he’s had.  Since opening Shining Sol, he has experienced a 70% increase in year-over-year revenues. Shining Sol has been a tremendous addition to Historic Downtown always striving to be a “good neighbor” and thinking outside the box when it comes to promotion, extended hours of operation and cross-merchant advertising. 
 
This unique line of hand-poured, wooden-wick, all-natural soy candles are crafted in true artisan fashion, one at a time or small batched and are 100% made in Manassas.  The store offers a wide selection of candle accessories, wax melts, candle tins and apparel, in addition to the soy candles. Evick regularly gives back to the community through fundraising and apprenticeship programs. 
 
Additionally, City businesses received top honors in 8 of the 11 Chamber categories:
 
·        Tech Company of the Year: Micron Technology
Micron Technology is a global leader in the semiconductor industry and a major employer in the City of Manassas, employing over 1,300. Their memory products are the #1 export in Virginia and they are the #2 manufacturer of memory in the world.  The company continues to be a great partner within the community, specifically within education.  Micron knows that education and a strong community are vital to the success of both society and innovative companies and they remain an ardent partner in Manassas and the surrounding jurisdictions.

 

·        Excellence in F/I/RE: Weber Rector
Weber Rector is one of the most established commercial real estate brokerage firms serving the Northern Virginia market (Prince William County, Manassas City, Manassas Park, Fauquier, Culpeper & Stafford – as well as the surrounding area).   Established in 1994, Weber Rector has brokered over $600 million dollars’ worth of commercial real estate transactions.  Paramount to this success has been the foundation upon which they operate: integrity, professionalism and knowledge, as well as the strong partnerships they have fostered within the community.

 

·        Community Outreach Award: Jirani Coffeehouse
Since Jirani Coffeehouse opened its doors in Historic Downtown Manassas in 2016, owners Ken and Detra Moorman have been committed to fostering a strong sense of community.  They started Jirani Coffeehouse with the mission of bringing people of all ages and interests together in a “third space” – that welcoming atmosphere that you love to frequent outside of home and work. Their unique coffee shop is not only a place for excellent coffee and conversation, but has become a neighborhood hub and a center for arts and culture.  

 

·        Excellence in Hospitality and Tourism: Mariachi’s Tequileria & Restaurant
Mariachi’s attracts both local and regional tourists, many from outside the DMV area, to Historic Downtown Manassas.  Their authentic Mexican cuisine and popular festivals and events have attracted many a new demographic of first time and repeat visitors to the area, which has positive spillover impacts on surrounding businesses.

 

·        Business Excellence Award (11+ Employees): Hepburn and Sons LLC
Hepburn and Sons is a small veteran-owned company with a combined 175 years of DoD experience, 140 years direct Navy support ranging from deep concept development to fielding, sustaining and disposing of ships/systems within the entire cradle-to-grave acquisition life cycle, including Navy Command and operational experience. Hepburn and Sons was founded in Manassas and has grown steadily in Historic Downtown.

 

·        Innovative Practice or Partnership of the Year: CoWork LLC
CenterFuse is a business accelerator designed to stimulate the establishment and growth of start-up businesses and emerging ventures. It is a public-private partnership between CoWork, LLC; Historic Manassas, Inc. and the City of Manassas and is the first of its kind in the greater Manassas region.  

 

·        Agnes L. Colgan Community Service Award, Health and Human Services: Action in Community Through Service
ACTS (Action in Community Through Services) founders began by addressing the most basic human needs of food and shelter.  As the community grew, ACT’s services expanded to include the only comprehensive domestic violence program serving citizens of the City of Manassas as well as Prince William County and the City of Manassas Park.

 

·        Agnes L. Colgan Community Service Award, Arts and Education: IMPACTO Youth
IMPACTO Youth serves socially and economically disadvantaged youth in the greater Manassas area.  It aims to create leaders and productive members of the community and empower youth to obtain their goals. 

This mindset guides our process and allows the FreshySites team to grow from within

The fourth part of the FreshySites Ethos is Grow From Within. We’re always open to welcoming new members to the FS team if we’re hiring. But once you’re on team Freshy, a lot is expected of you – because our clients expect a lot from our company.

The Freshy team is highly motivated, reliable, extremely organized, creative, collaborative and so much more.

As we’ve stated before, the FS team comes to work each day ready to serve the customer in any way possible, constantly looking for ways to help them and show them their value. This requires us to be ego free, always treating clients, and each other, with the utmost respect and kindness.

Our unity in these mindsets allows us to effectively ask for more in our daily process, pushing ourselves to be the best we can be, pushing FS forward as well. More than anything else, our asking for more lends itself to growing from within.

In order to push our company forward, our employees have to push themselves, each day, to be as thoughtful, efficient and productive as possible in their individual roles and responsibilities.

Having this mindset guide our process allows the FS team to effortlessly grow from within because our team members are consistently surpassing expectations – both internally and externally – growing their individual skills and capabilities, as well as our team’s collective talents and abilities.

Our team is constantly growing in our capabilities, skills, talents and so much more.

More importantly, though, our employees are growing individually, far beyond their official titles – from junior web designers into web designers for example – but in their responsibilities within the company, becoming even more productive, hard-working, incredible members of our team with each passing day.

FreshySites – a regionally focused company with national reach and operations, growing our team from within.

FreshySites is a fast-growing website design firm dedicated to creating beautiful websites, while consistently delivering best-in-industry customer service and support. Founded in 2011, FreshySites has quickly expanded into the largest in-house WordPress web design shop on the East Coast. Our Washington D.C. office was founded in 2012 by Vincent Consumano. With additional offices, we have the team, resources and tools to serve our local – and national – clients through website mockups, creative briefs, revision rounds, and Search Engine Optimization audits. FreshySites is determined to take our regional clients’ online presence to the next level, ultimately helping them to grow and thrive. Explore our website to learn more about us, see our portfolio of work and become a part of our client family today!”

3 things to do to get your business recycling plan going: ‘When you don’t recycle – you pay’

China, the biggest buyer of recyclable materials, notified the World Trade Organization (WTO) that it would be imposing a ban on the import of a broad range of recyclable materials including plastic, waste paper, and textiles from 2018. As the primary exporter of recyclable materials to China, the United States will be hit hardest by the ban.

 “Wishful” and “dirty” recycling reduces the value of the commodity household recycling becomes once it is collected. Many people throw more than they should into their recycling containers because they think “the hauler will sort it at the facility,” and so they don’t feel the need to be extra cautious about how they sort.

When the average person looks at their recycling bins, they don’t see a $117 billion industry or make the connection that the simple act of sorting plastic, cardboard, paper and cans supports over 500,000 jobs in the U.S., which in turn sustains many other local businesses and services that communities rely on.

In a recent report published by the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, recycling in the City of Manassas has created 347 jobs and provides an estimated $80 million to our local economy.

The economic impact does not end there. The disposal cost for trash is $60 per ton.

By diverting cardboard, hard plastics and paper from the waste stream, businesses can reduce their waste disposal costs while supporting the local economy. The City of Manassas has public cardboard disposal dumpsters located behind Harris Pavilion, behind Taps and Apps and at Public Works – so you can dispose of your recyclables for free!

If you don’t believe there is a value to recycling, think again. When you don’t recycle – you pay.

Start your business recycling by doing three simple things:

  • Pick one recyclable (cardboard, paper, hard plastic, cans)
  • Set your recycling container in an easy to find location
  • Let your customers and staff know that you recycle

The City of Manassas is working in partnership with our contractors and other regional jurisdictions to develop policies and outreach information that clearly explains recycling requirements and improves public understanding of the economic and environmental consequences of recycling contamination.

Call Monica Boehringer on (703) 257-8256  or send an email to: mboehringer@manassasva.gov for more information and assistance with your business recycling needs.

Target shopping center outside Manassas sells for $31 million

BRISTOW — Washington, D.C. real estate firm JCR Companies now owns a shopping center on the outskirts of Manassas, home to a Chick-fil-A and one of the largest Target stores around.

The JCR Companies has acquired the Center at Innovation in Manassas, VA for $31 million. The 101,990 SF shopping center, shadow-anchored by a Super Target, is over 90 percent leased to a mix of national, regional, and local tenants including TJ Maxx, PetSmart, Chick-Fil-A, Tropical Smoothie Café, GameStop, Verizon Wireless, and Red Robin. Holliday Fenoglio Fowler represented the seller, EDENS.

JCR plans to sell the three pad sites that are currently leased to Chick-Fil-A, SunTrust Bank, and Red Robin, and to fully lease the inline space. The new ownership already has begun negotiations with potential buyers for the pad sites.

The Center at Innovation is strategically located on Nokesville Road (VA-28) just west of the interchange with Prince William Parkway (VA-234), an intersection considered the “Main and Main” of Manassas. Over 1,000 residential units and one million square feet of commercial development are planned or under construction within three miles of the Center. Completed in 2008 on a 14-acre parcel, the property features five sleek, modern buildings with 482 parking spaces. 

JRC Companies also owns the Signal Hill Shopping Center that was once anchored by Shoppers Food Warehouse, which is now Fresh World Market.

It’s not looking good for Prince William County when it comes to landing Amazon HQ2. But it’s not all bad, either.

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The list of nominees for the Prince William Chamber Business Awards 2018

The Prince William Chamber of Commerce announced its list of nominees for its annual Business Awards. 

The awards ceremony will be held at the Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018, from 6 to 9.m. 

And the nominees are… 

“Agnes L. Colgan Community Service Award for Arts & Education

° IMPACTO Youth
° Christ Chapel Academy
° Prince William County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc

Agnes L. Colgan Community Service Award for Health & Human Services

° Action in Community Through Service (ACTS)
° BARN Community Housing
° Comfort Cases
° Gainesville/Haymarket Rotary Club
° Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington-Hogar Immigrant Services
° Semper K9 Assistance Dogs
° Rainbow Therapeutic Riding Center
° Shared Parenting Education & Custody Services
° Dale City Track Club
° Serve Our Willing Warriors
° Volunteer Prince William

Excellence in Small Business Award (1-10 Employees)

° New Media Horizons, LLC
° Hepburn & Sons, LLC
° East to West Embroidery & Design, Inc.
° Professionals by Design
° Competitive Edge Athletic Performance Center
° Accounting and Tax Services
° American Solutions for Business
° Brock-Norton Insurance
° Baden Contracting
° Kensington Vanguard National Land Services
° SBR Workplace Consultation Services

Business Excellence Award (11+ Employees)

° Able Moving and Storage, Inc.
° DuvallWheeler, CPAs
° Comfort Keepers – Manassas
° Contract Solutions, Inc.
° Insperity
° Loveless Porter Architects, LLC
° My Plumber Heating and Cooling
° MP Copiers, Inc.
° Offix

Emerging Business of the Year

° FirstLight HomeCare of Woodbridge
° Shining Sol Candle Company
° Tortino Mare
° Professionals by Design

Innovative Practice or Partnership of the Year

° CoWork, LLC
° County Commercial Development Committee
° Leadership Prince William & Comcast
° Omega World Travel
° Stafford Hospital
° Prince William County Service Authority & SPARK
° FirstLight HomeCare of Woodbridge

° HyQuest Consulting Solutions, LLC

Community Outreach Award

° Jirani Coffeehouse
° AAA MidAtlantic, Car Care, Insurance, Travel
° Apple Federal Credit Union
° Contract Solutions, Inc.
° MP Copiers, Inc.
° Shared Parenting Education & Custody Services
° Southern Management Corporation
° Stafford Hospital
° HyQuest Consulting Solutions, LLC
° Alchemy Enterprises, LLC
° Wegman’s of Woodbridge
° Storage Strategies, Inc.

Excellence in Hospitality & Tourism

° Mariachis Tequileria & Restaurant
° Occoquan Transportation Company, LLC
° Bistro L’Hermitage
° Marriott Residence Inn – Potomac Mills

Excellence in F/I/RE (Finance, Insurance & Real Estate)

° Weber Rector Commercial Real Estate Services, Inc.
° Thomas Bigoski Insurance Agency, LLC

Tech Company of the Year
° Laser Quest Corporation
° Micron Technology, Inc.
° Transaction Expert

Charles J. Colgan Visionary Award

° William Reeder, George Mason University (Retired)
° Charlie Deane, Prince William County Police Chief (Retired)
° Michael Vanderpool, Vanderpool, Frostick and Nishanian, LLC
° J. Manley Garber, NOVEC (Retired)
° Molly Grove, George Mason University, Science & Technology Campus
° Marty Nohe, Prince William Board of Supervisors and Appliance Connection
° Karen Smith, ARC of Greater Prince William
° John & Shirley Dominick, Serve Our Willing Warriora

Powdered sugar fans: Here’s the new addition to Duck Donuts’ menu

WOODBRIDGE — Like little control freaks, people flock to Duck Donuts because they like to demand what toppings come on their doughnuts. The shop, with locations in Bristow, Stafford, and Woodbridge, offers toppings Oreo Cookies, vanilla drizzle, to bacon bits. 

Now, for the first time, the doughnut shop is offering a smaller portion with their new doughnut holes.

“We had a lot of demand for doughnut holes while people would see them being made for catering packages, wanting to know if they could buy them in smaller batches in the store. So now we’re offering them in a small, medium, and large size for customers during the week,” said Duck Donuts owner Larry Scherer.

But, control freaks beware. If you walk into the shop and you’re just in the mood for some doughnut holes, these only come in three flavors.

“Just like our made-to-order doughnuts, when a customer comes in and orders an order of doughnut holes, we cook their doughnut holes fresh right in front of them so they can see them being made.They get hot doughnut holes, and they can get them in cinnamon sugar, powdered sugar, or bare [plain] when they order them in a store. For catering packages, we can customize a little bit, do some icing, or something like that,” said Scherer.

The doughnut holes are served in a small plastic cup that’s convenient when you’re on the go. They’re also easy to share if you’re so kind.

Duck Doughnuts at 15101 Town Center Place in Woodbridge, where we shot this story, is open 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. The location opened in 2016 after Scherer and his business partner learned about the franchise at a location in Williamsburg.

In our area, there’s lots of demand for doughnuts.

“We don’t consider ourselves to be in compeition with anyone. I drove down to [Williamsburg[ and tried them. I fell in love with the concept of made-to-order, getting to pick your doughnut, getting a hot doughnut and we thought it would do really well up here,” said Scherer. “So far, we’ve been right.” 

SFMC Community Association Management relocates HQ to Innovation Park

SFMC Community Association Management has a new home in Innovation at Prince William.

The firm which contracts with property owners associations around the region relocated its headquarters to 9464 Innovation Drive in Prince William County.

At 12,000 square feet, the new space is more than triple the size of the company’s former location at 12084 Cadet Court in Gainesville.

Representatives from Prince William County Board of Supervisors, Economic Development Department, Prince William Chamber of Commerce and Innovation Business Owners’ Association were on hand to assist with the ribbon cutting. Zandra’s Taqueria catered the event for business leaders, friends, and family.

Jeff Kaczmarek, Executive Director, Prince William County Department of Economic Development said, “SFMC is another quality growing company that calls Prince William County home. We are very excited that they chose to continue to grow in Prince William County by establishing their new headquarters in Innovation Park.”

After the official cutting of the ribbon, there was an Open House celebration with more than 150 guests in the new headquarters location.

The firm helps community associations with dues collection, architecture reviews, and facilities management. A company spokeswoman tells us SFMC continues to expand its customer in Loudoun County.

Opening date set for Lidl Woodbridge grocery store

Lidl will open its second store in Prince William County. A grand opening ceremony is planned next month. 

From a press release: 

On Thursday, January 11, customers in Woodbridge, Virginia, will have the opportunity to experience Lidl when its newest location opens that day. The new store, located at 2070 Tacketts Village Square, will open at 8:00 a.m., immediately following a ribbon cutting ceremony at 7:40 a.m. This will be Lidl’s fourth store in Northern Virginia. 

Since launching its first stores in Virginia on June 15th, Lidl has driven prices down in the neighborhoods in which it operates stores.  In many markets,  other retailers have reacted by slashing prices by as much as 30 percent in the immediate vicinity of Lidl stores in order to compete.

Lidl opened its first store in the Washington area in September in Prince William County, at the intersection of Sudley Manor Drive and Ashton Avenue near Manassas. 

This month, the company announced plans to scale back the size of its planned stores from 36,000 square feet to as small as 15,000. The company also withdrew plans for a store in Warrenton

Lidl also operates stores in south Stafford County on Route 17, and in Culpeper. 

Occoquan staple ‘The Golden Goose’ closing after the holidays

From Facebook: 

OCCOQUAN’S GOLDEN GOOSE WILL BE CLOSING AND PAT & LAVERNE ARE RETIRING . This has been such a difficult decision as we have such fun knowing our customers and in an “old fashioned shop way”, having time to talk and enjoy each of you. The thing we will miss the most is good conversation, discussing how to display your Dept. 56 villages, which Byers’ Caroler would be best in your display and finding just the right ornament for your family….by the way this year’s most interesting request for an ornament was “a brain”….no, that one we didn’t have.

We have had the pleasure of living the dream of running a successful small business for 42 years.

Beginning Monday, December 18th the entire shop will be 30% off

There are no restrictions…all current Department 56, Byers’ Choice Carolers, Mark Roberts Fairies, Santas, Nativities, Fontanini, Halloween, Ornaments and on and on – everything! (Please note Retired Dept. 56 will remain at 40% off). 
Shortly we will also be selling all fixtures, glass shelving, props, antiques, etc. and will make the announcement through this Newsletter.

We hope you will come by to visit us – we anticipate we will close our doors for a final time in late February or early March….

-Pat & LaVerne

New office space open at 8700 Centreville Road

Looking for new office space? There are rennovated offices ready to go at 8700 Centreville Road in Manassas.

From an email: 

https://potomaclocal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/2017-12-15-City-of-Manassas-e-Newsletter.pdf

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