Tuesday, May 8, 2007

Food Stuff Consumption And Miscellany

Monday, May 7, 2007

pkg of 6 cheese crackers with cheese (total net wt. 1 3/8 oz.)
1 chicken/cheese/mayo sandwich
sm cup of pasta/tomato sauce
sm ziploc baggie of assorted cookies
sm coffee
lg coffee
slice of moist fruit cake
1 ham/lettuce/mayo on rye bread sandwich
1 tuna fish/lettuce on rye bread sandwich
6 cups of coffee
sm ziploc baggie of assorted cookies
pkg of 6 cheese crackers with cheese (total net wt. 1 3/8 oz.)
2 bananas
3/4 pack of cigarettes


Songs About Turkey Sandwiches Or Something

(1) recipe for Chilled Watermelon Soup with Blackened Shrimp and Cucumber

Ingredients:

16 large shrimp
2 tbsp Creole seasoning
6 cups diced, seedless watermelon
2 cups diced, seedless cucumber
2 tbsp ginger, minced
2 tbsp shallots, minced
1 can coconut milk, unsweetened
2 tbsp chili paste
1/4 cup sugar
(to taste) salt and pepper

Method of Preparation:

Blend cucumbers and melon together until smooth and pour into mixing bowl. Blend remaining ingredients and whisk into cucumber/melon mixture. Cover and refrigerate for 4 to 8 hours. Season shrimp and grill, saute or broil them, and garnish individual bowls of soups with them.

courtesy of John Mims, Key To Philadelphia, page 6, May 7 - May 20, 2007


(2) employment email:

re: handbill/flyer schedule for week of May 7th

Dear Ms. (name withheld),

Thank you for taking the time this morning (May 4) to speak with me over the phone. I'm sorry we were not able to re-connect concerning the rescheduled shift that was moved to this a.m. If you have any additional handbill/flyer shifts ($10/hr) please email me with date/time/location.

As per our conversation, the Free Library of Philadelphia has approved distribution of said items at the Main Branch (20th/Vine) plus other branch locations. It is suggested a stack definitely be dropped off at the Rittenhouse Square branch location.

The Main Branch will place two flyers (showing both front/back) on the bulletin board located on the ground floor next to the elevators. They will also place a stack next to the information desk just inside the main entrance.

If you would like, I could drop off the handbills at the library locations plus other optional locations (coffee houses, record stores, and bars/taverns) in Center City and Old City where registered voters congregate.

Regards,

(name withheld)

postscript: my access to a telephone is *extremely* limited, hence the email. pls use this address for further correspondence/information.


reply:

RE: handbill/flyer schedule for week of May 7th

(name withheld),

Thanks for taking the initiative to do the library queries. I would be able to give you flyers to drop at the Rittenhouse and main branch and for some coffee houses. I can get you five hundred flyers by Tuesday, ok?? Also if you want to work on Tuesday at the Hour of Power site in center city and then do some lunch time/afternoon distribution, that would be great. Let me know.


employment email (part two)

Re: Zoning Matters - Tuesday

Dear Ms. (name withheld),

Just let me know where/what time I can pick up the Zoning Matters handbills (400-500 copies) to drop off at the libraries/coffee shops and I'll gladly pick them up/drop them off that day.

Also, yes, I would very much like to work at/during the "Hour of Power" site on Tuesday in Center City. Where is the location? And What time should I show up at? (this includes handing out flyers during lunch time/afternoon.)

(name withheld)

postscript: Thank You very much for your response.



notecard for handbill placement locations

note: time/location re: handbill pickup/passout info as of Tuesday, May 8th, 10:30 a.m. not yet forwarded... (still unemployed)

(3) Fountain Photos






(4) The Mathematical Lives of Plants
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2 comments:

Miguel A. Gallardo en http://www.cita.es said...

I would like to find multilingual dictionaries or glossaries about
FOOD. I have used TARIC codes of European customs for http://www.cita.es/pescados
and http://www.cita.es/fruits as well as in http://www.miguelgallardo.es/fish
http://www.miguelgallardo.es/fruits
http://www.miguelgallardo.es/mariscos
http://www.cita.es/seafood
that we use for trade at
http://www.cita.es/mercamadrid
for the professional sellers at
http://www.miguelgallardo.es/mercamadrid/pescados
and
http://www.miguelgallardo.es/mercamadrid/frutas

I would like to edit a multilungual dictionare for them.


Any help or reference is welcome.


www.miguelgallardo.es
at
WWW.CITA.ES

Allan Smithee said...

googled "multilingual dictionaries/glossaries/thesaurus for food"...

no luck re: info you requested