Florists in Baskin, LA
Find local Baskin, Louisiana florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Baskin and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.
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Nov 9, 2019
Longtime Princeton area public servant Janet Pellichero dies at 54 - Planet Princeton
Daughter of the late Joseph Lahovich, Janet is survived by her mother and step-father Victoria (Martinko) Baskin (Philip); her step-mother B.J. Lahovich; her loving husband of 33 years John Pellichero; her three sons Nicholas, Benjamin and Zachary Pellichero; her three brothers Joseph Lahovich, Stephen Lahovich and Andrew Lahovich (Elysa); two brothers-in-law James Pellichero (Patti) and Michael Pellichero (Pamela); Edna Walton and the Walton family; as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins and other family and too many close friends to name.
Memorial visitation services will be held Saturday, Nov. 2, from noon to 3 p.m. at the Hamilton Brenna-Cellini Funeral Home, 2365 Whitehorse-Mercerville Rd., Hamilton, NJ 08619. Cremation was private.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in her memory to the Association of New Jersey Recyclers, 120 Finderne Ave., Bridgewater, NJ 08807.
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Jan 25, 2019
Durgin-Park, a sassy classic, at 192. In lieu of flowers, leave a bigger tip - The Boston Globe
The Faneuil Hall landmark known for Yankee pot roast and salty servers died on Jan. 12.
By Kara Baskin
By Kara Baskin
January 13, 2019
Durgin-Park, the Faneuil Hall landmark known for Yankee pot roast and salty servers, died on Jan. 12. It was 192 years old, a holdover from a bygone era with few survivors. In its earliest iteration, the space catered to 18th-century sailors and Quincy Market meat-cutters. Over time, it became a way station for tourists, celebrities, and local pilgrims seeking an unvarnished taste of old Boston: reasonably priced portions of New England classics served with attitude.The restaurant, family-run for years, was purchased in 2007 by New York City's Ark Restaurants. CEO Michael Weinstein attributed the closure to loss of customer traffic.
This is not the first legendary Boston restaurant to close, of course. Locke-Ober is gone. L'Espalier, too. But there is a sense that this hits harder, because Durgin-Park was never a restaurant for the elite. It was a hangout with a working-class f... Nov 28, 2018
Creative collaboration creates gift - The Daily Courier
Prescott and Prescott Valley.
Thank you, Barbara Sussman, Ida Kendall and The Frame and I.
- Paul and Shirley Baskin,
... May 24, 2018
Flower power for hungry folks
There’s no explaining it.
PANCAKES WITH DANDELION FLOWERS
n one cup of flower
n 1 tsp. sugar
n 1/4 tsp. salt
n 1 tsp. basking soda
n 1 egg
n 1 cup of milk
n 3/4 cup dadelion petals
Note: Remove yellow petals from green base
n 2 tbsp. melted butter
Sift dry ingredients together, beat in egg, milk and dandelion petals. Melt butter and add to mixture. Makes about a dozen pancakes.
If dandelion root coffee appeals to you, dig up one pound of dandelion roots. Scrub thoroughly under cold water. Dry roots on a cooking sheet in 225 degree oven for five hours or until they are discolored and brittle. Grind roots in coffee mill and brew as coffee using about three-fourths as much as you would with regular coffee.
... Nov 18, 2016
Oaks Day 2016: Ladies Day crowds at Flemington as thousands soak up the sunshine
Ladies Day' and the women who flocked to Flemington certainly made the most of their star billing on Thursday.With Melbourne basking in glorious 21 degree spring temperatures, the women were not afraid to show plenty of skin while they enjoyed a cool drink and watched the horses go round. But some punters went a little two hard with two arrested for drunkenness and six evicted from the event, according the Victorian police.One woman in a flattering blue dress even enjoyed some fairy floss in place of a more traditional afternoon tea.Scroll down for video
The women who flocked to Oaks Day in Melbourne's Flemington Racecourse on Thursday were not afraid to show plenty of skin while they enjoyed a cool drink and watched the horses go round
One woman in a flattering blue dress even enjoyed some fairy floss in place of a more traditional afternoon tea (pictured)
One lady appeared to have spilled some liquid onto her dress over the course of the day
She was seen looking in dismay at her likely brand-new frock and wondering how she would get the stain out
Earlier she enjoyed a few beverages with a friend towards the end of the race day celebrationsdiv class="mol-img-group... (Daily Mail)Oct 27, 2016
Kahului Florist is moving
The mall has undergone a change in the mix of its stores, most recently announcing the opening of Da Shrimp Hale next to Baskin Robbins.
Leaving the mall has brought some sadness to the staff. Initially, the business was in the same row of shops as Tasaka and The Pet Shop. When The Pet Shop wanted to expand 10 years ago, Kahului Florist moved to its current site, still in the vicinity of Tasaka, and next to Subway.
“We’re going to miss Tasaka. We are going to miss Subway. They’ve been our neighbors for a long time,” Nishimura said, adding that the businesses looked out for each another.
Still, “change is bound to happen,” she said.
Doris Nishimura, Natalie Nishimura’s mother, brought family into the floral business, and has seen lots of changes through the years.
The Nishimura family owned a meat market at the Kahului Shopping Center and the florist was in the back. It was owned by two sisters with the last names Fujimoto and Tamura, the Nishimuras said. Doris Nishimura was invited to join the business when Fujimoto retired in the early 1960s.
Doris Nishimura later took over the entire business when the other sister retired. The Nishimura family has held an ownership interest in Kahului Florist for 54 years.
Prior to joining Kahului Florist, Doris Nishimura had no experience in the flower business.
“She learned on the job. She did wonderful,” said Natalie Nishimura.
The business has changed over the decades. Funeral wreaths used to be made from scratch in the days before styrofoam circles. Lumber was cut by Doris’ husband, Harold, who also gathered banana leaves with son Mel to wrap the wreaths. The two men have since passed.
There weren’t a lot of vases, so cans were cut and wrapped in foil to hold flowers, Doris Nishimura remembers.
While the women say they love their jobs, they admit it is hard work.
“She never went to a Mother’s Day lunch,” Natalie Nishimura said of her mother.
Family members told Doris Nishimura’s four granddaughters to get a college education and not work at the florist, so they could spend time with their families. Two of her granddaughters, who still live on Maui, and their husbands take vacations from their day jobs to help the family during busy times, such as Valentine’s and Mother’s days and Christmas.
“That’s why we can survive, we have the family,” said Natalie Nishimura.
Natalie Nishimura co-owns the business with her sister, Kathy Tokumoto, and Kathy’s husband, Wayne, who serves as manager.
The new store hours hours will be from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. It will be closed on Sundays.
The phone number will remain the same, 877-3951.
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