Latinaturk (@LatinaTurk) November 29, 2012
Nov 29, 2012
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Hurricane Sandy has caused massive destruction and dislocation along the East Coast of the United States and extensive flooding in the Caribbean. This fund will support relief efforts by organizations working in multiple locations, including River Fund in New York, International Medical Corps in Haiti, and Save the Children across impacted areas, to provide emergency assistance to those in need. Specific project distributions will be communicated as allocations are made.
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Nov 1, 2012
Another no recipe dish of refried beans, spanish rice, chicken tacos, add some lettuce, tomato and slivers of onions. Add on the side slices of avacado, hot sauce, sour cream , dig in and enjoy.
Yummy and use LARGE plates.
Just add fresh torn romaine, cucumber, sliced, or chunks, crumbled or chunks of Turkish feta cheese.
Cherry tomatoes, quartered or chunks of fresh tomatoes, red onion, thinly sliced or diced.
Little tiny rings of green onions, julienned roasted sweet red peppers, or fresh cut.
Pitted Turkish or Greek (or both) black/green olives, chopped dill, slices of lemon to squeeze on salad. Drizzle with Turkish olive oil....I have no measurements or recipe......enjoy with your entree or alone with bread.....just enjoy it.
Photo: Mine-Lynn Y.
Californian authorities are investigating the theft of $300,000, or 80,000 pounds of walnuts from the North of the state. The Tehama County Sheriff's Office were alerted to the theft after a truck load of walnuts failed to show up in Florida as expected.
Police believe that the theft was carried by a serial nut thief who stole another truck load only days earlier in Los Molinos. Those nuts failed to turn up at their intended destination in Texas. Police have reported that the driver who picked up the truck carrying the load was not the person who had been hired to carry out the job.