Archive for September, 2004

PB&J GOES WAY, WAY UPSCALE IN BOSTON

We found this story in the on-line version of the Boston Herald: AT HUB’S FANCY EATERIES, PB&J GETS UPPER-CRUST TREATMENT- By Clara Silverstein Wednesday, September 29, 2004 Peanut butter and jelly has outgrown the lunchroom, finding its way onto linen-covered tables around Boston. It’s a flavor combination everyone can understand – but with a makeover. […]

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Posted on September 29, 2004 at 2:01 pm by rebrapp · Permalink · Comments Closed
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WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE AND NOT A DROP TO DRINK

Well, it’s finally official. The OU has ruled and issued a clarion call (we would have preferred a klaxon horn, but apparently calls are clarion and horns are klaxon) for all NYC residents to install a water filter. According to the OU, if you live in New York City (or play a New Yorker on […]

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Posted on September 28, 2004 at 10:51 am by rebrapp · Permalink · Comments Closed
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GMAR TOV!

As we pause for Yom Kippur, we wish all of our readers a tzom kal (an easy fast) as well as a meaningful Yom Kippur. We would like to share a story we heard: A young man rode on the train through the frozen steppes of Russia. As he rode, he was quite fidgety. A […]

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Posted on September 24, 2004 at 11:56 am by rebrapp · Permalink · Comments Closed
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ALBERT BROCCOLI IS OUR HERO

We thought broccoli had a first name (like Balogna), but it turns out that Albert Broccoli was the man who broght us James Bond on the silver screen. Plain old, no first name broccoli is a creature of another sort. But, leave us not forget that broccoli can best be described as sunglasses from nature! […]

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Posted on September 23, 2004 at 5:52 am by rebrapp · Permalink · Comments Closed
In: General Topics, Health