Hey !!!!! We Are On Fire !!!! Cyber Monday Has Resulted In An All Time High In Traffic, Visitors and Page Hits, But We’re Still Waiting On Those Comments, So Fans, Keep Them Coming…Our Newest Ad Has Been On Digg.com, Facebook and Other Social Networks – It looks like this… “Happy Monday !!! It’s Cyber Monday – You Know What That Means – Crazy Deals From The Brands Endorsed By Hatter & Beanz – http://www.hatterandbeanz.com – Up To 50% off at Select Web Retailers Featured On Our Site !!!!” – We’re grateful for all of our fans and visitors…Now for the good stuff.

Here’s Our Cyber Monday “Hottie Shottie” – And Yes Former Notre Dame Coach Charlie Weis Is Dunzo…Here’s To Charlie.

You’ll Need The Following:

  • (1) Stainless Steel Drink Shaker with Strainer Top
  • (1) 1oz. Shot Bailey’s® Irish Cream
  • (1) 1oz. Shat Jack Daniels® Tennessee Whiskey
  • (1) 10oz. Medium Black Coffee
  • (1) 1 granulated sugar packet
  • (2) Ice Cubes

In the stainless steel shaker, add 1 shot Jack Daniels, add 1 shot Bailey’s, then add your two ice cubes…put the cover on and shake for about one(1) minute. When finished shaking, add your shot mixture to your Hot Coffee and stir for about 10 seconds. Drink at a casual relaxing pace. When finished ask your bartender for another. Happy Holidays, More to Come !!!!

-Hatter

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How Was Everyone’s Thanksgiving, Good? Same Here. Actually The Butternut Squash Was Amazing As Was The Turkey, Stuffing, Potatoes and Coconut Custard Pie, But I Noticed We Might Have Been Lacking Something. That Something I’m About To Put Together For You, And Trust Me You Might Want To Put Those Kids To Bed First. This Is An Alcoholic Beverage I’m About To Construe, So Please Drink Responsibly. What You’ll Need Are The Following Items:

  • (6) Ice Cubes
  • (1) Drink Mixer/Shaker – These Are Generallt Stainless Steel
  • (1) 1oz. shot Jagermeister
  • (1) 1oz. shot Southern Comfort
  • (1) 1oz. shot Sour Apple Mix
  • (1) 0.5oz shot Lime Juice
  • (2) Shot Glasses

In The Mixer, Place Your Ice Cubes, Then Your Lime, Then Your Southern Comfort, Then Your Jager, Then Your Sour Apple Mix, Close The Top. In Your Hand Shake The Mixer For 45 Seconds to a Minute. Shake, Shake, Shake and Keep on Shaking for about Another Minute. Then Remove The Top Of The Mixer, You Should See The Strainer Holes. Pour Into Each Shot, Filling Them To The Top. Shoot The Shooter And Enjoy.

-Hatter

Hey You Crazy Freaks and Foodies, It’s Hatter Here and I’m Back With An Amazing Post-Turkey Day Sandwich. We’ve Been Anticipating Something Spectacular And That Folks, Is What You’re About To Get. It Start Off With A Bagel And Eats With That Warm Holiday Feeling Knowing You Have Just Under A Month Until Christmas. So Here Goes This Goodness, Let’s Start Off With Your Left Over Building Blocks and End With A Delicious Treat. Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • (1) 1 New York Bagel (And Others Just Won’t Do)
  • (1) 1 Ziploc Bag® of Left Over Cranberry
  • (1) 1 Ziploc Bag® of Left Over Turkey (Dark Meat & Skin Preferred)
  • (1) 1 Ziploc Bag® of Left Over Stuffing
  • (1) 1 Ziploc Bag® of Left Over Mashed Potatoes
  • (1) 1 1/4 Cup of Left Over Gravy
  • (1) 1 Tsp
  • (1) 1 Bread Knife (That’s One THat’s Kinda Big With The Shark Teeth)
  • (1) 1 Large Plate
  • (1) 1 Empty Stomach ( Yes, I Personally Suggest This)

So Here’s How We’re Gunna Get Busy Guys & Dolls, We’re About To Embark On Yet Another Sensual Culinary Adventure. We’ve Got Our Tools, We’ve Got Our Blueprints, Let’s Get Crazy !!! First, You’ll Need To Cut That Bagel In Half, That Lay It Out On Your Plate. Second, You’ll Need To Take That Teaspoon & Take A Scoop Of Cranberry Sauce And On Put It on Each Half Of The Bagel. After That, Do The Same Thing With The Stuffing (Both Sides Makes A Bigger Sandwich). Now Carefully Select Your Turkey Meat (Dark Meat Chunks Always A Plus, And If You Throw Some of The Skin In There, There’s An Extra Crunch), Place That On Your Sandwich, Just One Side. Now Pop Your Gravy In The Microwave (45 Seconds Max). Gently Drizzle The Gravy Over Your Sandwich. Finally, Take The Left Side And Place It On The Right Side And Cut The Monster In Half With Your Bread Knife. Garnish With Some Extra Mash or Maybe Some Potato Chips And You Are Good To Go.

-Hatter

Hey Folks, Happy Thanksgiving For Starters. I’d like to take a few moments and thank everyone who has shown us support over the last few days. Our Thanksgiving project has been echoed on other pages, bulletins and billboards. We want to especially thank Rich Weaver (the social media guru) who has thrown our link and our blog in front a few thousand folks. Now with that being said, we’ve added the Fan Feature on Facebook as well as constantly update our Tweets on Twitter. We personally hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving and keep those suggestions and comments coming.

-Hatter

We at Hatter & Beanz have thought of something interesting and, even though our idea may not be so unique it’s something for those who may be less fortunate or those that may have been hit hard by the economic downfall.  

So readers, as we give thanks for our families, our friends and the roofs over our heads we have built for you a list of soup kitchens and shelters and services in each of the 50 states. (Oh by the way, we personally checked each reference).

So here’s how this is going down, we’re going to sort this by state, and right now our goal is to list one or two organizations by per state for this year. At Christmas, we’ll add one or two more, per state.

Alabama

1 – Rose Of Sharon Soup Kitchen – 2412 Memorial PKWY NW – Huntsville, AL 35810 Ph: (256) 536-2970

2 – Anniston Soup Bowl – 1516 Moore Avenue – Anniston, AL  36201 – Ph: (256) 236-6794

Alaska

1 – Downtown Soup Kitchen – 434 East 4th AVE – Anchorage, AK 99501 – Ph: (907) 277-4302

2 – Food Pantry of Palmer – 7805 East Palmer Wasilla HWY – Palmer, AK 99645 – Ph:  (907) 745-3635

Arizona

1 – Vista Colina Family Shelter – 1050 W. Mountain View Rd. – Phoenix, AZ 8501 –  Ph: (602) 944- 0960

2 – Gospel Rescue Mission – 1130 West Miracle Mile – Tucson, AZ 85705 – Ph: (520) 740-1501

Arkansas

1 – Food Bank of North Central Arkansas – 14215 Highway 5 South – Norfork, AR 72658 – Ph: (870) 499-7565

2 – Johnny’s Food Bank – 312 Church Street – Lake Village, AR 71653 – (870) 265 -2601

California

1 – TLC Soup Kitchen – 3904 High Street – Sacramento, CA 95838 – Ph: (916) 759-1806

2 – Hospitality Kitchen – 821 East 6th Street – Los Angeles, CA 90013

Colorado

1 – Denver Rescue Mission – 1130 Park Ave West- Denver, CO 80205 – Ph: (303) 297-1815

2 – Soup Kitchen Inc. – 1675 Larimer Street – Denver, CO 80205 – Ph: (303) 629-6383

Connecticut

1 – Torrington Soup Kitchen – Trinity Church, 220 Prospect Street – Torrington, CT 06790 – Ph: (860) 482-0130

2 – Covenant Soup Kitchen – 220 Valley Street – Willimantic, CT 06226 – Ph: (860) 423-1643

Delaware

1 – Food Bank of Delaware – 1041 Mattlind Way – Milford, DE 19963 – Ph: (302) 424-3301

2 – Acorn, Inc. – 1607 Todds Lane – Wilmington, DE 190802 – Ph: (302) 762-4226

Florida

1 – Homestead Soup Kitchen – 105 Southwest 3rd Ave – Homestead, FL 33090 – Ph: (305) 245-7448

2 – Bread of the Mighty – 325 Northeast 10th Ave – Gainesville, FL 32601 – Ph: (352) 395-6570

Georgia

1 – Albany Rescue Mission – 604 North Monroe Street – Albany, GA 31701 – Ph: (229) 435-7615

2 – Feed America – 102 East 14th Ave – Cordele, GA 31015 – Ph: (229) 273-0227

Hawaii

1 – Office of Social Ministry – 100 Kinoole Street – Hilo, HI 96720 Ph: (808) 935-3794

Idaho

1 – The Soup Kitchen – 301 South BLVD – Idaho Falls, ID 83401 Ph: (208) 557-5750

2 – St. Maries Food Bank – 416 Main Ave – Saint Mares, ID 83861 Ph: (208) 245-9090

Illinois

1 – Midwest Food Bank – 1703 So. Veterans PKWY – Bloomington, IL 61701 Ph: (309) 663-5350

2 – Cornucopia Food Pantry – 402 Market Street – Rockford, IL 61107 – Ph: (815) 962-1380

Indiana

1 – Backstreet Mission – 215 So Westplex Ave. – Bloomington, IN 47404 – Ph: (812) 333-6360

2 – Wells County Food Bank – 1254 So. Main Street – Bluffton, IN 46714- Ph: (260) 827-0053

Iowa

1 – Community of Concern – 203 North US Highway 71 – Carroll, IA 51401 – Ph: (712) 792-5150

2 – Mapleton Food Bank – 315 Main Street – Mapleton, IA 51034 – Ph: (712) 881-1128

Kansas

1 – Genesis – 350 So. Range Ave. – Colby, KS 67701 – Ph: (785) 460-7930

2 – Christian Food Bank – 111 West 4th Street – Pratt, KS 67124 – Ph: (620) 672-5150

Kentucky

1 – God’s Pantry Food Bank – 1685 Jaggie Fox Way – Lexington, KY 40511 – Ph: (859)255-6592

2 – New Hope Food Bank – 880 J.T. Riggs Road – New Hope, KY 40052 – Ph: (502) 549-6015

Louisiana

1 – Food for Families – 245 Illinois Street – Delhi, LA 71232 – Ph: (318) 878-3869

2 – God’s Food Box – 711 Mahlon Street – Deridder, LA 70634 – Ph: (337) 463-4449

Maine

1 – Good Shepherd Food Bank – 3121 Hotel Road – Auburn, ME 04210 – Ph: (207) 782-3554

2 – Winthrop Food Pantry – 15 High Street – Winthrop, ME 04364

Maryland

1 – Movable Feast – 2620 Wilkins Ave – Baltimore, MD 21223 – Ph: (410) 327-3420

2 – Abundant Life Church – 110 Front Street – Pocomoke City, MD 21851 – Ph: (410) 957-4206

Massachusetts

1 – Beverly Bootstraps – 371 Cabot Street – Beverly, MA 01915 – Ph: (978) 927-1651

2 – Merrimack Valley Food Bank – 735 Broadway – Lowell, MA 01854 – Ph: (978) 454-7272

Michigan

1 – American Saucery – 10750 Capital St – Oak Park, MI 48237 – Ph: (248) 544-9485

2 – Manna Food Project – 8791McBride Park – Harbor Springs, MI – Ph: (231) 347-8852

Minnesota

1 – Fare for All – 8501 54th Ave North – Minneapolis, MN 55428 – Ph: (763) 450-3860

2 – Pastor Paul’s Mission – 100 Oliver Ave North – Minneapolis, MN 55411 – Ph: (612) 521-4665

Mississippi

1 – Hartland Hands – 385 Stateline Road East – Southaven, MS 38671 – Ph: (662) 280-5365

2 – PBM Ministries – 639 Second South Street – Woodville, MS 39669 – Ph: (601) 888-3880

Missouri

1 – Arnold Food Pantry – 23 Village Plaza – Arnold, MO 63010 – Ph: (636) 467-5959

2 – Holy Spirit – 3128 Parkwood Lane – Maryland Heights, MO 63043 – Ph: (314) 739-9796

Montana

1 – Give Away House – 1058 2nd Street North – Harve, MT 59501 – Ph: (406) 265-7741

2 – Sagebrush Food Pantry – 669 Park Ave – Shelby, MT 59474 – Ph: (406) 424-8287

Nebraska

1 – Arapahoe Area Food Pantry – 210 7th Street – Arapahoe, NE 68922 – Ph: (308) 962-7296

2 – Western Nebraska Food Bank – 825 Hickory Street – Sidney, NE 69162 – Ph: (308) 254-1095

Nevada

1 – Food For Thought – 3579 US Highway 50 – East Carson City, NV 89029 – Ph: (775) 883-1011

2 – Colorado River Food Bank – 1575 South Casino Drive – Laughlin, NV 89410 – Ph: (775) 782-3711

New Hampshire

1 – Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter – 42 Chestnut Street – Nashua, NH 03061 – Ph: (603) 889-7770

2 – Sonshine Soup Kitchen – 4 Crustal Ave #4 – Derry, NH 03038 – Ph: (603) 437-2833

New Jersey

1 – Extra Helping – 31 Evans Terminal – Hillside, NJ 07205 – Ph: (908) 355-3663

2 – Interfaith Food Pantry – 540 West Hanover Ave – Morristown, NJ 07960 – Ph: (973) 538-8049

New Mexico

1 – The Food Depot – 1222 Silver Road – Santa Fe, NM 87507 – Ph: (505) 471-1633

2 – Los Alamos Community Food Bank – 77 Loma Vista St – Los Alomos, NM 87544

New York

1 – Masbia Soup Kitchen – 4114 14th Ave – Brooklyn, NY 11219 – Ph: (718) 972-4446

2 – Project Hospitality – 100 Park Ave. – Staten Island, NY 10302 – Ph: (718) 448-1544

North Carolina

1 – Good Shepherd Ministries – 811 Martin Street – Wilmington, NC 28401 – Ph: (910) 763-4424

2 – Hallelujah Soup Kitchen – 1904 South Wilmington Street – Raleigh, NC 27603 – Ph: (919) 899-6498

North Dakota

1 – Amen Food Pantry – 1100 3rd Ave West – Dickinson, ND 58601 – Ph: (701) 483-4344

2 – Carrington’s Daily Bread – 875 Main Street – Carrington, ND 58421 – Ph: (701) 652-2333

 

Ohio

1 – Zion Soup Kitchen – 2716 West 14th Street – Cleveland, OH 44113 – Ph: (216) 861-2371

2 – From Darkness to Light – 1925 Stanford Road – Twinsburg, OH 44087 – Ph: (216) 744-7408

Oklahoma

1 – Salvation Army – 1306 SW Ave E – Lawton, OK 73501 – Ph: (580) 355-1802

2 – Ardmore Soup Kitchen – 2207 Ridgeway Street – Ardmore, OK 73401 – Ph: (580) 226-2870

Oregon

1 – Lebanon Soup Kitchen – 170 East Grant Street – Lebanon, OR 97355 – Ph: (541) 451-7667

2 – St. Mary’s Soup Kitchen – 820 Ellsworth Street SW – Albany, OR 97321 – Ph: (541) 926-8562

Pennsylvania

1 – Jubilee Kitchen – 2005 Wyandotte Street – Pittsburgh, PA 15219 – Ph: (412) 261-5417

2 – East Liberty Soup Kitchen – 1091 Pittsburgh Road – Valencia, PA 16059 – Ph: (724) 898-3503

Rhode Island

1 – Fall River Soup Kitchen – 783 Slade Street – Fall River, MA 02724 – Ph: (508) 324-1323

South Carolina

1 – Project Host Soup Kitchen – 525 So. Academy Street – Greenville, SC 29601 – Ph: (864) 235-3403

2 – The Soup Kitchen – 573 Meeting Street – Charleston, SC 29403 – Ph: (843) 723-2726

Tennessee

1 – Loaves & Fishes Soup Kitchen – 215 Foster Street – Clarksville, TN 37043 – Ph: (931) 645-9020

2 – Manna Day Ministry – 1186 Ft. Campbell Blvd. – Clarksville, TN 37042 – Ph: (931) 648-1324

Texas

1 – Star of Hope Homeless Shelter – 419 Dowling Street – Houston, TX 77003 – Ph: (713) 748-0700

2 – New Hope Housing, Inc. – 320 Hamilton Street – Houston, TX 77002 – Ph: (713) 223-1995

Utah

1 – Manila Food Pantry – 93 North 1 West – Manila, UT 84046 – Ph: (435) 784-3993

Virginia

1 –Central Virginia Food Bank – 1415 Rhoadmiller Street – Richmond, VA 23220 – Ph: (804) 521-2500

Washington

1 – University Street Ministries – 4740 University Way NE – Seattle, WA 98105 – Ph: (206) 522-4366

West Virginia

1 – Soup Kitchen of Greater Wheeling – 1610 Eoff Street – Wheeling, WV 26003 – Ph: (304) 233-2992

Wisconsin

1 – McCarthy-Hall Kitchen – 1100 Douglas Ave – Racine, WI 53402 – Ph: (262) 634-9336

Wyoming

1 – Community Soup Kitchen – 633 Bridger Ave – Rock Springs, WY 82901 – Ph: (307) 382-7383

Have A Happy & Safe Thanksgiving Holiday !!!!

-Hatter & Beanz

“Link, Your Sword”

November 24, 2009

Hey You Crazy Array Of Foodies From All Walks of Life! Yeh I’m Talking To You Over There Staring At His Stove Going, WTF Are These Dials !?!?!?!. We’ve Made Some Updates & Improvements To The Site And, Well We Want You All To Check Them Out. We Could Also Use Some Comments Too…Just Saying. So We’ve Updated Our Links Page – It’s Got Great Summaries, Great Holiday Gift Ideas, & It’s Free When You Favorite Our Page “or” Cookie The Link. We’ve Also Been Busy Writing A Special Holiday Blog, So Please Keep Your Eyes Peeled. On Another Note Thanksgiving Eve/Day Timeframe Should Be Interesting To See What We Post – We’re Featuring All 50 States, So Be On The Lookout. We Want Traffic & We Need The Word Spread !!!!

Take Care You Crazy Kids – Keep Doing What You Do!!!

-Hatter

Salsa comes in many ways, and many forms. Some folks in the midwest like things extra hot, some folks on the east coast like a crisp fresh taste sensation. Whatever it might be that your taste buds enjoy, use those ingredients, and just follow my basic steps. Here’s what I prefer to use, and again you can get this at your local grocery store.

  1. (1) Food Processor
  2. (1) Small Serving Bowl
  3. (1) 1 Green Bell Pepper (Diced)
  4. (1) 1/4 Medium White Onion (Diced)
  5. (1) 1 Small Can Tomato Puree (8 oz.)
  6. (1) 1/4 Cup of Lime Juice (I prefer A Freshly Squeezed Lime)
  7. (1) 1 tsp Red Pepper Flakes
  8. (1) 1 tsp Soy Sauce
  9. (1) 1/4 tsp Salt

Take All The Ingridients, and in sequential order add then to the Food processor, one by one, approx. 10 seconds after each other. The ingridients should emulsify after about 3-4 minutes forming a traditional salsa. Once finished, pour your Salsa in your serving bowl and accompany with either tortilla or pita chips. Enjoy this fast and easy Salsa recipe. Happy Eating Folks!