NEWJERSEY REDCROSS NOV 3RD 2012 plse reblog info or share!
AMERICAN RED CROSS FEEDING THOUSANDS IMPACTED
BY SUPERSTORM SANDY IN NEW JERSEY
Thousands of volunteers providing water, hot meals and snacks in hardest hit areas
Below is Planned Mass Care for South New Jersey for November 3 (subject to change)
|Fixed Feeding sites||Time||Address|
|Atlantic CityConvention Center||2:00 PM||One Convention Blvd., ATLANTIC CITY NJ, 08401|
|BelmarMunicipalBuilding (In Gym)||2:00 PM||601 Main St., Belmar, NJ07719|
|Long Branch EOC||2:00 PM||Union & 3rd Ave, Long Branch, Nj07740|
|Church of Precious Blood||2:00 PM||72 Riverdale Ave, Monmouth Beach, NJ07750|
|Asbury ParkSeniorCenter||TBD||1201 Springwood Avenue, Asbury Park, NJ07712|
|Highlands||360 Navesink Ave, Highlands, NJ|
|UnionBeach||650 Poole Ave, Union Beach, NJ|
Tobacco, and Brandy, of course in NYC!
This week, I was happy to be invited to 2 cigar events in NYC. The privilege of being wined and dined at flagship NYC cigar establishments is not wasted on me. I humbly enjoy every minute of spreading the good word of FineTobaccoNYC.com and The Cigar Rights of America.
The first was a release party at The Nat Sherman Townhouse for Mi Amor Reserva Cigars. This Nicaraguan blend made for Ashton was a nice full bodied smoke. Not too spicy, but not mild. As usual, no tasting notes from me, as you know, I have no palate.
Hosting the event were the team of Michael Herklots, Executive Director Retail and Brand Development, Nat Sherman and Pat Felitti, Director of Store Sales, Hospitality & Operations, Nat Sherman.
The event was excellent, with Cuban food catered by Sophie’s Cuban.
Tony from Ashton Cigars was on hand and talked…
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For Kids Of All Ages: A Very Gooooy Treat!
One of my favorite things about Halloween is being able to use this day as an excuse to eat more dessert, good ol’ Halloween sweet treats. =) Sure you’ll be passing out candy to trick-or-treaters or to your child’s friends and classmates, but is that going to stop you from sneaking in a piece or two? Of course not, it’s Halloween!
If you’re in the giving mood and want to make treats for your family, friends, coworkers, or anyone else really, you definitely have plenty of options in terms of Halloween-themed food ideas. You can obtain inspiration from my Halloween Board, bake Halloween-themed cupcakes, follow my kid-friendly pumpkin recipes, or do an endless Google search for Halloween inspired dishes.
Today, I’d like to disclose to you a simple, quick, affordable, and SHAREABLE Halloween Sweet Treat called Marshmallow Popcorn Cake. This wonderful dessert is colorful, sweet, crunchy, sticky…
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“Food is nation building and back breaking business”
Humidors & Vintage NY License Plates, gotta have one: GIFT!
News from our friends over at Nat Sherman, via the blog of Michael Herklots:
In partnership with Daniel Marshall, we are proud to offer these beautiful custom humidors featuring Vintage New York License Plates. The humidors are each one of a kind, with a hand carved design, Spanish Cedar lining, and come equipped with Humidification and a Hygrometer. The humidors hold 125 Cigars, and are available exclusively at the Nat Sherman Townhouse, 12 East 42nd Street, in New York City. Call 646-442-1850 for more information. ($1,595)
If you’re from a big city, you know culture; It’s what is often most talked about when remembering home: food, friends, music!
- Motivation Mon-er Tuesday: Got Destiny? (theenduringmind.wordpress.com)
- Free-will, Destiny and Doer-ship (timothywong.org)
- Mendelssohn’s “Essential” and “Unessential” Destiny of Man (kprudchenko.wordpress.com)
- Lancome’s Destiny Cube (fabsugar.com)
- Oakland A’s still look like team of destiny (espn.go.com)
- You Are In Destiny (pureglory.net)
- Our Destiny is Ours to Make….Their Destiny is Ours to Shape (ctworkingmoms.com)
One of my favorite stories is the one about the hot dog vendor. Maybe it’s because I love hot dogs, or maybe it’s because it is such an insightful story.
Perhaps you have heard it before. There’s this guy who runs a hot dog stand in the city and he does pretty good with it. Good enough in fact that he can afford to send his son off to college. While his son is off to college the dad continues to grow his business, by the time his son graduates from college his dad has 10 hot dogs stands around the city and no less than 15 employees. His business is booming!
Well, his son is shocked by all this growth. He tells his dad that times are bad, he shouldn’t be growing like this in “down” times, and he certainly shouldn’t be adding employees. He needs to be careful…
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