Summit’s Food Services Director Creates Menus To Please The Palate

Ann Apicelli is the new director of food services at the Summit in Whitefield, N.H.

WHITEFIELD, N.H. — Summit by Morrison residents may be in for a treat over the Christmas holidays. The new Director of Food Services, Ann Apicelli, is noted for the 1,000 or so Christmas cookies she makes each year with her daughter.

Apicelli, a longtime Littleton resident, recently relocated to Lisbon after eight years in Connecticut. During her career she has been the Executive Chef at the elegant Chebeague Island Inn in Chebeague, Maine, a chef at a senior living community in Mystic, Conn., a professional floral designer in Littleton, and a staff member at WREN in Bethlehem. The mother of three, she enjoys gardening, antiquing, floral designs (parties a specialty), cooking (of course), and making jams and pickles and flavored alcohol using local produce.

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