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By Joe Puglia | November 19, 2009
Giuliana Parisi, Natalie Durkin and my daughter Simone simultaneously exclaimed to me, “We’ve decided to make homemade ravioli and meatballs for the Fall Ball.” You’re kidding me, I thought. “Why can’t you guys pick something easier, like hot dogs?” Each fall, Girl Scout Troop 889 designs a ball to celebrate the joy of scouting and honor the parents for putting up with all my schemes. The scouts plan the entire event. The girls chose “An Italian Night” as the theme.
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By Joe Puglia | April 5, 2007
I remember when the package came. It created an indelible memory, sort of like your first kiss. You don't forget something like that. The chopper that brought it barely touched down. The door gunner threw out the hash (rations), picked up the trash, dropped the mail and dusted off. It was the size of a shoe box and as my K-bar (knife) exposed its contents, I was ecstatic to find three cans of "Chef Boyardee" ravioli, a package from home. A package from home is sheer pageantry; it's a conduit from the soldier to us. It validates the life and death struggles of the battle and brings hope, not for survival but for acceptance.
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December 13, 2007
Here, there and everywhere, it is looking like Christmas around our community. I love the bright light displays in people?s yards and also seeing a beautifully decorated Christmas tree on display in front of a big window. The kid in me just loves this time of the year. I hope that the dazzle of it never wears off. Talk about razzle-dazzle, the main street in the little neighboring village of Montrose is a wonderland of tiny white lights sprinkled in the trees lining Honolulu Avenue.
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By Jane Napier Neely | December 1, 2005
After an incredible Thanksgiving celebration with my kids and grandkids in Northern California, I flew back into town Monday just as day was turning into night. What a sight it was to behold as the airplane leveled out for its landing in Burbank. Lights of all colors were sparkling from houses far below us. The jolly elves were very busy in just one week's time as they readied the Los Angeles basin for the joyful Christmas season that is just unfolding. I hope that your Thanksgiving celebrations were good ones and that you have found plenty of recipes to camouflage that left over turkey and trimmings are its main ingredients.
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By Anita S. Brenner | September 18, 2013
Ever since Lisa Dupuy reviewed the “new” Café Solé we've been eager to check it out. The new owners are Salvatore and Alessandra Attanasio. We stopped by the La Cañada restaurant last Saturday evening. Café Solé was the perfect place after a 25-hour, hot-weather Yom Kippur fast. As Rashi, the great medieval rabbi and commentator, once said, “the flavor of a fish which comes out of the sea at Acre is not similar to the flavor of a fish which comes out of the sea in Spain.” The new owners of Café Solé have made two important changes.
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By Joe Puglia | November 19, 2009
Giuliana Parisi, Natalie Durkin and my daughter Simone simultaneously exclaimed to me, “We’ve decided to make homemade ravioli and meatballs for the Fall Ball.” You’re kidding me, I thought. “Why can’t you guys pick something easier, like hot dogs?” Each fall, Girl Scout Troop 889 designs a ball to celebrate the joy of scouting and honor the parents for putting up with all my schemes. The scouts plan the entire event. The girls chose “An Italian Night” as the theme.
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By Joe Puglia | April 5, 2007
I remember when the package came. It created an indelible memory, sort of like your first kiss. You don't forget something like that. The chopper that brought it barely touched down. The door gunner threw out the hash (rations), picked up the trash, dropped the mail and dusted off. It was the size of a shoe box and as my K-bar (knife) exposed its contents, I was ecstatic to find three cans of "Chef Boyardee" ravioli, a package from home. A package from home is sheer pageantry; it's a conduit from the soldier to us. It validates the life and death struggles of the battle and brings hope, not for survival but for acceptance.
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