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l OUT & ABOUT The Best Food Trucks &Where They Roll A list of Long Island’s favorite food trucks and where to find them. l THE BAKING COACH Rice Pudding A recipe that is so sweet yet simple and offers some good nutritional qualities. l HEALTH & WELLNESS 5 Delicious Herbal Teas That Promote Well-being Herbal teas and their benefits worth adding to your daily beverage intake. l HOME & GARDEN Decorating—Before and After The process of renovation: planning, getting ideas and advice, setting your budget parameters, etc. l FASHION & BEAUTY Back to School Trends Wardrobe staples and looks to incorporate into your personal style. l TRAVEL Outstanding Omaha Things to do, see and eat along with the history behind certain attractions. l FOOD & DRINK WITH JOANNA Verde Kitchen & Cocktails A local oasis for foodies and novices alike. l LET’S EAT An Inside Look on Fine Local Restaurants l DISHIN WITH DENISE “Brainy” Back to School Tacos A great back to school meal that’s filled with flavor and rich in Omega-3 fatty acids. l FAMILY FEATURES A School Day of Family Favorites Meals and snacks to ensure little learners are energized for time spent in the classroom, playing with friends and completing homework. l FAMILY FEATURES A Wonderful Breakfast Worth Waking Up To Perfect for any breakfast or brunch occasion…an Overnight Apple Cinnamon French Toast Casserole.

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For diehard coffee drinkers, herbal tea may not sound all that exciting… but if you can replace that afternoon java with one of these tasty caffeine-free teas, you’ll prob- ably have a better night’s sleep and you’ll definitely be giving yourself some extra health benefits. Herbal teas are always naturally decaf- feinated, because unlike regular teas brewed from leaves, herbal teas are steeped from various parts of plants. They can be made from flowers, stems, roots and even bark and are often combined with different spices, or essences like honey, lemon or mint for a variety of flavor options to choose from. Here are 5 of the most popular and good-for-you herbal teas to get you started. Made from dried hibiscus plants, hibis- cus tea has a tangy, tartness and a num- ber of health benefits. Research has shown that drinking hibiscus tea regularly for six weeks helped lower the blood pres- sure in adults with hypertension. Hibiscus is also packed with antioxidants that help fight compounds called free radicals. A favorite herbal tea that tastes as heav- enly as it smells, is jasmine tea . The scent of jasmine has been known to calm the nerves, help relaxation and improve mood.

Like the hibiscus, jasmine flowers also contain a number of health-boosting an- tioxidants that prevent damage to cells. Licorice tea has a unique taste blend that can range from spicy sweet to even a little bitter. It often comes enhanced with flavors like cinnamon, lemon and orange peel zest. Made from the licorice root, this tea has strong anti-inflammatory proper- ties that can help with body aches, nausea and even soothe dry sore throats. If you find your brain working overtime, especially at night when you’re trying to fall asleep, you might want to add a cup of fra- grant chamomile tea to your bedtime rou- tine. Chamomile tea has been reported to aid sleep, calm nerves and support im- mune health which is especially important these days. Chamomile is made from a plant in the daisy family and is one of the oldest documented medicinal plants with a variety of healing and anti-inflammatory properties. Peppermint Tea tastes like, well pep- permint – the refreshing flavor of mint has long been known for promoting healthy di- gestion, soothing an upset stomach and offering relief from bloating. It’s even a good source of vitamin A, C and calcium. Peppermint tea makes the perfect after dinner tea or mid-afternoon pick-me-up. There are so many varieties of herbal teas to choose from and all of them pro- mote well-being and offer a myriad of healthy benefits. So try adding a couple of herbal teas to your daily beverage intake… they’re a delectable way to take care of yourself!

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With back to school just around the corner, now is the time to start shopping for wardrobe staples and assembling new out- fits! After the last year of online school, fash- ions are split between comfortable athleisure and dressed up retro. Whichever style you prefer, the outfit you wear on the first day back will help establish the aesthetic of your personal wardrobe! The color of the season is lavender. This muted purple is making appearances all over the runway, and for fashion conscious teens, will be splashed across their closet. Since colors are popular one day and old-news the next, you are better off buying one, stand- out piece in lavender. The softer purple would look fetching on a puff-sleeved dress or but- ton-up cardigan! For the bolder student, leop- ard-print is taking over. Ideal for a faux-fur coat, leopard-print will bring the glamour of an old-Hollywood star to your outfit. For those looking to continue dressing cozy, there are plenty of options to spice up your outfit. Tie dye is making a significant come-back, thanks to the continued popu- larity of 60s and 70s fashions. Pairing a tie dye sweatshirt and mask will keep your look laid back, but give an air of put-togetherness. Brands like Tommy Hilfiger, Adidas, and Nike are major in athleisure, and while it may sometimes be a bit pricey to buy new, thrift- ing is always an affordable and environmen- tally-friendly option!

Platform sneakers are the “it-shoe” this season. Inspired by the eternally beloved streetwear fashion, chunky sneakers pair with any outfit! These shoes are ideal for running to and from class all day. Consider wearing these sneakers with a midi dress while the weather is still nice out! This combo is a more dressed up version of the athleisure look – maintaining comfort while favoring style. Another favorite shoe for this fall is the loafer. An ode to the retro wave sweeping youth fashion, the loafer can be worn as plat- forms or as a low, chunky heel. Style your loafers with ruffle socks for a more feminine look. Loafers also pair well with two popular items of the season; pleated skirts and sweater vests. Tennis skirts have long been a teen classic, while sweater vests have only recently been introduced as a trendy item. Keeping with the revamp of the traditional, tweedy academic style, messenger bags are becoming popular again. More common among college students, the messenger bag is being marketed towards high schoolers with a utilitarian, military-inspired look. Whether this is your first time back to in- person school or not, take advantage of the new school year to cobble together outfits you are excited about! Try out new trends and incorporate them into your personal style!

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Every Saturday – 12:00PM-7:00PM Every Sunday – 12:00PM-6:00PM September 26th – 10:00AM-4:00PM Fall Festival 2021 at Geiger Lake Memorial Park – Grand Blvd., Deer Park Known for spreading their families love for food by bringing authentic Caribbean flavors to LI. MEAT’S MEAT Every Tuesday 6:00PM-9:00PM Townsend Manor Marina – 714 Main Street, Greenport September 18th & 19th 10:00AM-5:00PM 2021 Maritime Festival – Main Street, Greenport October 10th & 11th Famous Food Truck Festival “Taste the World” Tanger Outlets – 152 The Arches Circle, Deer Park (Watch for them at the Great South Bay Brewery some weekends a well!) Run by two brothers, Meat’s Meat is comprised of two trucks and one small trailer - capable of serving 600 people a day. All sauces, rubs and injections are made in-house, and everything that’s served is cooked and smoked to perfection daily! NORTH FORK COOKS Homebase: 411 First Street, Greenport (around the corner from sister restaurant – First and South) 7 days a week from 12:00PM-4:00PM Located in a backyard setting with picnic tables, this will have you feeling like you’re at camp. Their rotating menu consists of seasonal and artful dishes inspired by Shelter Island and the surrounding forks: burgers, salads, and more. You can also grab a cocktail at First & South next door! SHRIMPY’S BURRITO BAR Anywhere you want, they’ll be Whether it’s a birthday, anniversary, wedding, etc., Shrimpy’s will gladly join you in celebrating! They have an array of food items ranging from quesadillas, burritos, tacos, and more plus three different packages to choose from based on your budget. While on site, they will be taking unlimited orders – buffet style, for two hours...so be sure to come hungry. Visit them in store, at Massapequa Park or Huntington.

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Servings: 4 - 6 HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED: 5 ¼ cup whole milk 2/3 cup uncooked long-grain rice (not instant) ¼ teaspoon table salt 1 ½ teaspoons vanilla extract 2 large eggs at room temperature 2/3 cup granulated sugar Ground cinnamon to garnish, optional Raisins if desired ¼ cup, optional

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At the three-in-one establishment, you can find healthy options that still taste good. The bubble waffle, originated in Asia, is made out of egglets. The cone itself is made from an egg batter, which is placed into a bubble waffle maker and voila, creating a cone that’s crunchy on the outside and airy on the inside. Customers can then choose an ice cream base and pick from infused mix-ins like cereal, fruit, granola, chocolate and much more! Other food options include: cookies and French éclairs, baklava, croissants and other baked goods from New York City fa- mous bakeries, Balthazar and Ceci Cela, as well as Portuguese rice cakes, homemade banana pudding, classic American breakfast items, and plenty more. On my visit, I was blown away by their cheese roll pastry, sourced from California, and their most popular selling food-item, shumai dumplings made by Uy herself. I also got to meet coffee shop manager, Felix Torres. Torres has been a coffee professional for five years and holds a strong background in coffee education and competition. Along his journey, he’s worked and helped open coffee establishments from Long Island to NYC, while also doing consulting work all around the states. “I truly enjoy every aspect of coffee, especially the science be- hind it all. Here at Blue Bean Cafe, it is my goal to educate and cre- ate a great coffee community. Every roast and beverage will be made with quality in mind. I’m excited to finally create and show- case all that I have learned and will learn along my journey. So, come say hi and pick our brains — we really are coffee geeks here,” says Torres. Owners, Cinderella and Rosemarie wanted to create a place for those who live in the neighborhood, work in the area or pass through on their commute. With children of their own who attend the Smithtown school district, this was the perfect location for com- bining both their roles as mothers and business women. Even when the building was a lumber yard, they saw the potential and were able to turn their dreams into reality!

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O wners and cousins, Cinderella Uy and Rosemarie Uzun, have turned an old Smithtown Lumber Yard into a three- in-one ice cream, coffee and matcha shop. After one full year of renovations, lots of thought and creation, the cousins cele- brated their grand opening July 16th, 2021 — just in time for sum- mer! From the sophisticated light fixtures, white countertops and walls, to the elaborate bathroom, handmade ice cream wall hang- ings and “I love you so much,” preserved moss sign – every inch of space is truly picture perfect. Upon entering, guests are greeted by friendly employees of Matcha Tea in Heaven and Blue Bean Café where home-made coffee, teas and drinks are served. Within the second portion of the establishment is Bubble Waffle Ice Cream where the options are limitless. “Rosemarie and I have always had a passion for traveling, mainly for the food. If we stumbled upon a donut shop that was hours away, we would take the trip. Bubble waffle ice cream was something we tried in Hong Kong and matcha tea in Japan. Com- bining our favorite food concepts from all over the world was some- thing we always envisioned and here we have it,” says Cinderella. With a full menu which encompasses coffee made from fresh beans daily, the upscale café has an array of specialty drinks that are to die for. Here, you can find the world’s best matcha. USDA- certified and lab tested, organic matcha imported from Uji in Kyoto, Japan, the birthplace of the green tea powder. As one of the only two places on Long Island to have a zero emission roaster called, The Bellwether, their “farm to cup concept coffee” contains only real ingredients - no preservatives. According to Uzun, “The only other Long Island town to have this same roaster is Sag Harbor.”

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Over the many years as a designer and even before, I have always been intrigued by make-overs - clothing, hair and make-up and then, of course, decorating. The make-overs I have been able to accomplish in homes, offices and public spaces have gone from minor changes with significant results to complete re-dos with astonishing results! These results and their outcomes not only have transformed the space, but the people using them. A fresh pair of eyes (especially a designer’s) can entice even those most set in their ways to new possibilities. So let’s examine how a designer, like myself, begins the transformation: First and foremost, we look at the space presently available and the possibilities if some spaces were reversed. For example, if your dining room has always been a problem because it is too small, consider switching the dining room and living room spaces, especially if the unused room is larger and close to the kitchen. Formal living rooms today may not even be needed. Perhaps relocating it to a smaller space would transform it into a more useful space such as a library, wine room, or music room. If you have an older home, you may want your make-over to include more open spaces of today’s lifestyle. For example, a kitchen/den combo, or great room connecting your living room, dining room and den. Here, some renovation work will be necessary. You may need to remove or alter a wall. This will not only require additional funds for your project, but a longer duration of time where you may be inconvenienced. Your decision will involve weighing the temporary negatives with the future positives. One example that immediately comes to mind is a home in St. James. This wonderful couple had an older Colonial with a very large living room, small(ish) kitchen, normal (not oversized) dining room and small den which was half of a two-car garage. The amazing transformation came from: A – Relocating the den to the large living room B – Moving the dining room to the old den space C – Taking down the wall between the kitchen and old dining room D – Enlarging the entryway into the new dining room After the clients digested this major proposed renovation, they realized that by using much of their existing furniture, their expenses would be in the same necessary areas they originally planned (i.e. kitchen, flooring, and painting). Now the renovation’s additional cost seemed worthwhile for their lifestyle and investment in their home. These adaptable clients were able to think outside of the box. What about you? Time for another look at your space? A new world brought creative thinking to everyone in business,

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Just about in the center of the country sits Omaha, Ne- braska. We spent a few days there at the end of July and it was a soothing and delightful vacation. It’s about 3 hours of flying time on the one nonstop a day, that Delta operates from LGA to OMA. There were so many things to do, see, and eat in Omaha that I wished I had made the trip longer than three days. I chose the recently opened Peregrine Hotel in downtown as our home base for this Mid- western adventure. The hotel boasts a falcon theme throughout, as it’s named for the endangered Peregrine fal- cons that nest high atop the Woodman Insurance building next door. The hotel is band box beautiful...every inch care- fully thought out and lavish. We came for steaks! In 1955 the Union Stockyards in Omaha over took Chicago as the busiest livestock and meat processing center for the USA, and it shows in the wide variety of fine restau- rants. We loved Johnny’s Café, Brother Sebastian’s Steak- house, Cascios, and Warren Buffet’s favorite, Gorats. You will relish the warm and wel- coming laid back retro feel of these family friendly spots; the service is as first rate as

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