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Pasadena Civic Auditorium

January 30, 2015 7:48 pm

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How to Keep Produce Fresh

January 29, 2015 6:02 pm

You love purchasing fresh produce because of its numerous health benefits and wide variety of uses, but unfortunately those heirloom tomatoes and juicy strawberries don’t last forever. So how can you make your produce last a bit longer than just a few days? Here are some smart tips.

  1. Separate fruits and veggies. Although you may be tempted to unload all of your groceries into the refrigerator as soon as you buy them, be sure to separate fruits and vegetables to extend their lifespan. Fruits give off high levels of ethylene, a gas that can cause surrounding vegetables to spoil well before they should.
  2. Trim the dead leaves off of vegetables. If you purchase veggies like cabbage or spinach, be sure to remove the mushy, wilted leaves to prevent them from spoiling the whole bunch.
  3. Don’t assume that all fruits will ripen. Although fruits like apples, avocados, and mangoes will continue to ripen if left out on the counter, many other fruits will simply deteriorate. Be sure to refrigerate things like berries and citrus fruits to prevent this from happening.
  4. Keep more delicate produce in the front of the refrigerator. Foods kept near the back of the refrigerator are more likely to freeze, so be sure to store things like berries, celery, and spinach near the front.

How To Extend The Life Of Summer Produce [HuffPost Taste]
Where Do You Store Produce In Your Fridge For Maximum Shelf Life? [Mercola.com]
The Kitchn's Guide to Storing Fruits and Vegetables [The Kitchn]

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Try the Pastrami No Chaser Sandwich at Perry’s Joint

January 21, 2015 5:03 pm

Locals love Perry’s Joint for its fresh sandwiches and casual ambiance. Friendly owner Perry is usually on the premises, and may even personally make your sandwich. Regulars appreciate the eclectic decor here, and the jazz music that Perry's plays constantly. Try the Max Roast, the Hip Bird, the Pastrami No Chaser, the Big Band, or the Birth of the Corn. Vegetarians can enjoy Perry’s veggie combo. Perry’s Joint also serves a range of coffee drinks, hot dogs, ice cream, milkshakes, sundaes, and nachos.

Perry’s sandwiches are pretty big, so if you have a small appetite, you may want to stick to ordering half a sandwich or take the other half home for later. Regulars recommend trying the iced tea, which you can order in a range of flavor combinations.

Perry’s Joint
2051 Lincoln Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91103
(626) 798-4700
www.perrysjoint.com/
www.yelp.com/biz/perrys-joint-pasadena

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