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With a thousand channels on TV, it really comes down to a select few I watch.

When I am home, with no event to attend, it's TGIF! meaning

"Thank God it's Friday and Britcoms are on tonight"

Keeping up Appearances followed by As Time Goes By.

It doesn't matter how many times I have seen them, I still laugh every time.

Really well done simple production, great writing and talent, talent, talent.

Keeping up Appearances, Favorite episode: when Hyacinth and Richard bump into Daisy and Onslow on the QE2

Favortie Phrase:"Riparian Entertainment"

As Time Goes By,Favorite episode: preproduction of 'My Life in Kenya'

Favorite Phrase: "hey hey"



Be in the Zone with my GameDay Party Plan

George Hirsch’s Winning GameDay Party Tips and Recipes

A Non-Quitting spirit makes for a brighter day.

New Yorkers are walking a little taller this week. Hopefully, the attitude of gratitude is talking. I am sure it is for Lawrence Tynes.

How about that field goal in the final few minutes of the fourth quarter. I threw my chi holding good thoughts to Lawrence Tynes; win or loose I didn’t want that kick to be his last kick. But what about Tynes? How did he feel? OUCH.

"I screwed it up twice. Thank God we got another opportunity," Tynes said.

Prayers were answered in overtime, the teams non-quitting spirit kicked in.

A great reminder to us all, keep the focus, stay in belief and I guess, practice alot and it pays off.

The NY Giants have left the ice in Green Bay and are on to the sun in Arizona.

Be in the Zone with my GameDay Party Plan: with winning party strategy, recipes and tips for Super Bowl XLII. In addition to having your team win on GameDay, a big part of the success is having the right food choices for your guests.

Suggested GameDay Party Tips:

- Prepare all hot foods one day ahead and refrigerate

- Have all finger snacks out before guests arrive

- Heat and serve all hot foods one hour before kick off

- Serve sandwiches and cold foods at half time so you do not miss any action

- Serve coffee and desserts at the end of the third quarter, when you close the bar

- Send guests home with George’s freshly-baked Brownie Cookies as a souvenir of your GameDay party

sample recipe


From George Hirsch Living it UP! TV series


makes 1 cup

2 ripe avocados, room temperature

Juice of two limes

2 Tablespoons sweet onion, chopped fine

2 cloves garlic, minced

1 jalapeno, deseeded and chopped

2 tablespoons of chopped cilantro

hot sauce and salt to taste

Press onion and garlic into the side of a medium size bowl with a pinch of salt. Slice avocados in half, remove the seed and scoop out avacado meat from skin with a large spoon. Roughly mash avocado in bowl.

Squeeze the lime juice all over the avocado. Add chopped jalapeno, chopped cilantro, and hot sauce. Toss and serve immediately.

George’s GameDay Menu:

- Cane Charr Shrimp

- Chicken Chipolte Tostadas

- BBQ Pork Sandwiches, easy do ahead

- George’s 60 Second Guacamole

- Artichoke Calzone

- Chipolte Chili

- Smoked Sausage in a Jam Sauce

- Chocolate Brownie Cookies

For George Hirsch’s complete GameDay recipes and party tips

May your GameDay be filled with sun and a winning party. Enjoy! George

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