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Felina’s Spicy Shrimp Veggies©

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In a deep non-stick large pan, pour in 3 tbsp of olive oil, with 2 tbsp of Lea Perrins Worcestershire Sauce, and 2 tbsp of Kikkoman Teriyaki Sauce
Add in 1 tsp each of the following ingredients:
cloves, ginger, and cumin. 1 tbsp of fresh basil. 1 tsp of adobos and 2 tsps of Trader Joe’s 21 Seasonings.
Mix spices in with the sauce pan with (1) bag of Trader Joe’s mini potatoes
slicing each of them in half or in quarters depending on their size.
Also add 1 bag of medium-sized, tail off, Trade Joe’s Shrimp.
Turn on medium heat stirring occasionally.
Slice, do not dice, up the following items
(1) full red bell pepper
(1) yellow bell pepper
(1) large yellow squash
(1) large zucchini
(2) handfuls of fresh green beans – Cut the ends of and then cut them in half.
Add all the vegetables to the pan mixing it well with the sauce and spices.
One last item and that is once can of water chestnuts.
Turn the pan down low and let simmer for 10 minutes.
You want to make sure that it doesn’t cook too long.
The dish tastes best when the green beans have a slight crunch to them.
This dish makes (6) regular sized servings.
Hope you enjoy.
Copyright 2014 Felina’s Spicy Shrimp Veggies© Felina Silver Robinson

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Drive-Ins, Movie Theatres, Diabetics, and Food and Drink. This morning I was extremely upset about the article I read and shared from abc.com about Dr. John Deleonardis refusing to allow in a 16-year-old Diabetic teen, Ben Weidner.

hat bothered me most about this story was the cold, uncaring attitude of the Drive-In Owner, Dr. John Deleonardis. It appalls me to hear that a pediatrician would respond this way to the desires of a young teen to feel comfortable. The Dr. explains that his theater website has information stating that there is to be no outside food or drink allowed on the premises. Dr. Deleonardis states that he will make no exceptions. He further explains on the website that there are a variety of food and beverage items for those who are diabetic. Dr. Deleonardis feels that if people don’t like or agree with the rules they can visit another establishment. My surprise and disappointment was mostly in the way that he delivered his message. Pediatricians play such an important role in helping us mold our children. We want our children to both like and trust their pediatricians. Standardly, most pediatricians that I’ve known, have always been warm and inviting. Warmth, understanding and compassion was definitely missing from the interaction involving the Dr. and his patron Ben Weidner.

Both Adults and Children with varying disabilities feel most comfortable with what they are familiar with coming from their own homes. I think business should in fact make exceptions in these situations. Drive-In Theatres and Movie Theatres are charging insane prices for all of their items. The reality is, people can wait a bit longer to see the movies at home and get almost the same visual and audio effects as they would in the theatres. It should be the goal of all theatre owners to keep their customers coming not finding ways to send them packing.  Personally, I haven’t been in a movie theatre for about two and a half years and have no plans to return to one.

I hope that this owner and all other theatre owners start to think about the overall cost to the consumer and how they might ease the cost somewhat so people are more apt to enjoy their time out at the movies.

Felina Silver Robinson


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Peter Benchley’s name is synonymous with a bestselling novel and
blockbuster movie—but he spent the twilight of his career struggling to
protect sharks from the stigma that his masterpiece unleashed.

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Any decision certain to cost city millions

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Landscape around Hoover Reservoir illustrates how fertilizer can play havoc

with drinking-water supplies

4. N.J. breathing easier with fixes made to coal-burning power plants hundreds

of miles away

The Montour Power Plant in Washingtonville, Pa., spent $560 million to install scrubbers in 2008.

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Swadeshi Jagaran Manch

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7. Climate change reflected in altered Missouri River flow, report says

Missouri River

8. Environmentalists split over green group’s fracking industry ties

Ties between the Center for Sustainable Shale Development and oil and gas

companies highlight growing divide

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Santa Cruz Island archeological sites threatened by shoreline erosion

10. Wide, brown land becomes a home to carbon farming

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Schlumberger

12. Water in the West: Conservation measures take center stage

Major transmountain diversions in our region.<br />
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<p>13.<a title= W.Va. American Water repeatedly delayed locating potential Elk River

contamination sites

14. Farmers Await Weed-Killer Rule

FILE - This July 11, 2013, file photo shows Blake Beckett of West Central Cooperative as he sprays a soybean field, in Granger, Iowa. Faced with tougher and more resistant weeds, corn and soybean farmers are anxiously awaiting government decisions on a new version of a popular herbicide _ and on genetically modified seeds to grow crops designed to resist it. The Environmental Protection Agency is expected to rule in the fall of 2014 on Dow AgroSciences’ application to market Enlist, a new version of the 2,4-D herbicide that’s been around since the 1940s.(AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)

 


Possible salmonella risk

The product subject to this recall is:

McCormick® Ground Oregano 0.75 oz bottle
UPC NUMBER:  52100003566 (as seen on label: 0-523561-6)
MCCORMICK ITEM NUMBER:  900356
AFFECTED DATE CODES:  BEST BY AUG 21 16 H, BEST BY AUG 22 16 H
SHIPPING DATES:  April 4, 2014 to August 5, 2014
STATES SHIPPED TO:  AL, AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, HI, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, VT, WA, WI, and WV
INTERNATIONALLY SHIPPED TO:  Aruba, Bahamas, Bermuda, Indonesia, Jamaica, Netherlands, Puerto Rico, Singapore,Thailand, and Virgin Islands

The potential risk was brought to McCormick’s attention


Market Basket employees told Tuesday to return or lose jobs