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Passover Seder at Deaf Church

Calvary Deaf Church at Grand Terrace (near Riverside) is having a Passover Seder on Friday, April 6, 2012.  Rev. Scott and Susan Roberts will be there from Fairfield, Ohio. The coupon on the bottom lists the deadline as March 27, 2012.  The deadline has been extended to Wednesday, April 4, 2012 at 12 noon.  You […]

The Church of the Epiphany 3285 Buffalo Rd. Rochester, NY  14624  (in Gates) Rev’d Nancy Dunbar Stevens # email: ASL Interpreter Sunday Service – 10am (Jan. 30th – 9:30am) (Feb.  6th – 10am) Hope to see you all there..

SAVE THE DATE!! — ASL-Interpreted Shabbat Morning Services (December 18th) New York’s Tifereth Israel-Town & Village (T&V) Synagogue (www.tandv.org) will be hosting another sign-language-interpreted Shabbat Service on Saturday morning, December 18th, and we hope you can join us! The Service will include full readings from the Torah and Haftorah (Prophets), and…

High Holiday Interpreted Services Temple Avodat Shalom (Reform) 385 Howland Avenue River Edge, NJ 07661 Rosh Hashana, 2nd day, Friday September 10th, 10:00 am Yom Kippur afternoon, 3:00 pm Please contact Stella Teger, Executive Director, if you have any questions, at:

Germaphobe

The waiter walks over and sets a glass of ice-water on the table.

“Ew,” my mom says when he walks away. “I don’t like it when restaurants put lemons in your drink.”

For years she’s claimed that lemon wedges have tons of bacteria – picked up because of how much they are handled by bare human hands – and this YouTube video seems to prove she’s right, reporting that over 77% of lemon wedges in drinks tested positive for disease causing bacteria.

My husband has an issue with restaurants that place the silverware directly on the table instead of on a napkin or tablecloth. When I tell him the tables are washed, he says, “Yeah, but have you seen those ratty rags they use?”

What a bunch of germaphobes!

Except I have my issues too. I don’t like touching menus. I especially can’t stand it when a waiter places a menu down on top of my plate. I mean really, when are menus cleaned?

I’m totally of the belief that exposure to bad bacteria can build my immune system. And, logically, I know that menus are only one of many places I’m coming across a boatload of germs. But still, menus freak me out.

Do you have any quirky things you’re a germ-freak about?

Getting Your Tadalafil Online is Brilliant and Convenient

In the past, prior to the advent of the internet and e-commerce, people usually rely on pharmacies and drugstores to provide them with the medications they need.  Although this has always been the norm, the problem is that some retail outlets do not have, cater, or carry out certain branding or medications simply because they are not in partnership with the drug label or they do not stock such because they do not sell much and just occupy storage space.  For this reason, if you are looking for a certain drug that is not available in your area, either you go look around for it in neighboring cities that may have them, or simply settle for the nearest alternative to the drug but may not even come close in terms of effectiveness to what you are looking for.

Fortunately for all of us, we now live in an age where online commerce is abundant and internet connectivity is easily available.  This means if you are looking for a certain product or a particular type of medication, all you have to do is go online, open your favorite web browser, then, using your favorite search engine, enter your search query like “buy tadalafil online.”  This search will give you thousands of results, then it is up to you to look for the shop you would want to buy tadalafil online. Read more…

The Tea Girl

I feel like a dog person who became a cat person . . . a skier who became a snowboarder . . . an evening person who became a morning person . . . because I drink tea now. Me. The coffee girl. Drinks tea. And I like it.

So many colors. Tons of flavors. I can drink it at night and it won’t keep me up until 3am.

I have an “emergency kit” in my purse. It contains essentials like a hair band, dental floss, an extra pair of contact lenses, and quarters. Now it also holds a tea bag. I added it after going to a restaurant the other day where they had three tea choices: icky, yucky, or gross. It reminded me of the days when I used to be a caffeine addict yet was stuck in a meeting where the only coffee option was a stale, burnt cup of sludge.

Anyway, so I now keep a tea bag tucked away for such predicaments. That’s me. The tea girl. Š

Wasa with Scrambled Eggs, Tricolor Peppers and Leeks

Ingredients

½ cup red peppers cut into ½ in long strips
½ cup green peppers cut into ½ in long strips
½ cup yellow peppers, cut into ½ in long strips
¼ cup (2 ounces) pasteurized egg white product (may substitute 1 whole egg, beaten)
1 teaspoon olive oil
2 tablespoons leeks, thinly sliced
1 teaspoon fresh parsley, chopped
2 pieces WASA Hearty Rye Crispbread

Directions

Heat olive oil in a small skillet. Add vegetables and cook until desired tenderness.
Add egg to vegetables and cook through. Remove from heat and stir in parsley.
Spread on WASA Crispbread and serve.

TIP: Substitute ½ cup of any of you favorite vegetables for peppers.

Prep time: 15 minutes

Serves 1

Nutritional Value Per Serving

 

Calories 85
Total Fat 2 g
Saturated Fat 2 g
Cholesterol 0 mg
Sodium 125 mg
Total Carbohydrate 12 g
Dietary Fiber 3 g
Protein 5 g
Calcium 2% of daily value

NOTE: Nutrition information shown is not applicable when whole egg is substituted for egg white product.

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