Friday, November 18, 2016

11/18 BEAGLE BRODSKY, WILLIE BIRD TURKEYS, LIFESTYLE EXPERT JUSTINE SANTANIELLO, STEVE EVANS THE MOVIE GUY

BEAGLE BRODSKY - MANAGER, WILLIE BIRD TURKEYS

One day the Queen of England wanted smoked duck – at least, the people who serve her food did. When the Royal Yacht, Britannica, pulled into San Francisco Bay, the caterer for the royal, on-board feast knew exactly who to call to meet their needs – Willie Bird Turkeys in Sonoma, California.

Here at Willie Bird’s, we use nothing but the highest quality poultry. First, we wet cure it in a mild, low-salt marinade; conceived of special oils and spices, where it is then aged to perfection. Next, we smoke it over natural wood (sweet maple hardwoods). It is during this process that it absorbs the depth and character of flavor that has become the famous Willie Bird trademark. All of our smoked products are fully cooked, immediately cooled, and vacuum-sealed so that they will remain fresh for a minimum of 6 to 8 weeks. If not used in this time period the product can be frozen for up to six months.

Our smoked products are shipped fresh/chilled to retain flavor and texture. They are shelf stable which is why we recommend shipping second day air, just refrigerate upon delivery. This is why we control the entire process of procuring meats, seasoning them, smoking them, vacuum sealing them, and shipping them from our USDA approved plant in Sonoma. Offering superior quality is the driving force behind Willie Bird Turkeys.

The result of our “commitment to control” allows us to produce a meat product that is smooth and mild-flavored; a delight even to the most discriminate palate.

Our smoked poultry is featured on the main menu of first class hotels, restaurants, deli’s, and airlines as well as in gourmet food catalogs (Williams-Sonoma, etc.)

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LIFESTYLE EXPERT JUSTINE SANTANIELLO - HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST GIFTS AND BE A HOLIDAY HERO


BEST HOLIDAY GIFTS!

How To Choose The Best Gifts and Be a Holiday Hero

Does this sound like your usual holiday nightmare? You spend hours riding the escalator up and down in your local mega-mall. You wanted aimlessly through the aisles, unsure of what exactly it is you’re looking for. You look all over but just can’t seem to find the perfect gift for that special someone!

What if there was someone to give you the low-down on the hottest gifts this holiday season?  What if you had help getting the one gift someone didn’t even know they wanted? What if you could pick up the present that would make you the holiday hero this year? Lifestyle expert Justine Santaniello is talking the best gifts on the market this year and has some great gift-giving strategies you’ll need to to come out on top this year in the gift giving department!

Multimedia lifestyle contributor Justine Santaniello shares her tips and top product suggestions – otherwise known as her ‘Just Haves’ – regularly on QVC, The Wendy Williams Show, Good Day New York, CBS’s The Couch, Yahoo!, New York Live, FOX Business, PIX Morning News, BetterTV and more. As the founder and creative director of JustHaves.com, Justine is fast becoming a go-to media and consumer resource for anything and everything related to style, beauty, gifting, entertaining and travel. Known for her conversational and engaging commentary, Justine has made over 500 TV appearances on NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX, CW, WE, The Hallmark Channel and The Veria Living Network. Her on-air experience, behind-the-scenes knowledge, and real-world expertise have resulted in spokesperson and brand consultant roles with countless high-profile brands.

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STEVE EVANS – THE MOVIE GUY

GREAT MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND AND BOX OFFICE PREDICTIONS AND HOPES. FIND OUT WHAT MOVIES ARE WORTH YOUR HARD EARNED MONEY. GET SET FOR THE WEEKEND.

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