Monthly Archives: November 2012

GLASSEY’S READS

TIGERS IN RED WEATHER BY Liza Klaussmann Born and raised in Brooklyn, Liza Klaussmann worked as a journalist, reporting for the International Herald Tribune in Paris before getting a job in financial news at the New York Times in 2001. The great-great-great-granddaughter of Herman Melville and … Continue reading

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THE BIZ: PART ONE

  OK, so your business has been launched and your products are pouring off the lines – but how do you get them to your customers? Time to get your delivery system up and running… If your business involves the … Continue reading

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THE ROBSTER

  Just watched his concert at the O2 – Always amazing! I saw him live at a very intimate small gig, when he had just left Take That at an Essex venue.  Now he is announcing a stadium tour and … Continue reading

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COOKING IS A CHORE!

  Some delightful person with high hopes bought me one of these dishes (after I told them about a secret place in London you could get them with 75% off the original price!) .  I can barely lift them let … Continue reading

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MARTINI RECIPE

CUCUMBER AND GREEN TEA MARTINI Someone thought of me for this drink….A pinch of salt brightens and intensifies those rain fresh just picked tea, basil and cucumber notes. Just a hint of ginger and those lemon cream notes of Belvedere … Continue reading

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GLASSEY’S TRAVEL MYTHS DEBUNKED!

It’s that time of the year in England, when one longs for faraway exotic shores to escape the coldness of our land, plus it’s my Birthday in  couple of months and I always like to go somewhere. This list is … Continue reading

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XMAS LIGHTS – LONDON

  I don’t normally take pictures of the Xmas lights on Oxford Street and Selfridges, but they look so gorgeous this year!     Like a puppy -A man is not just for Christmas, but for life it seems   … Continue reading

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