Jennifer Hernandez 
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Re: “Boise Weekly's 12th Annual Coldest Beer

The extreme fluctuation in beer temps from last year to this year at so many local bars has got me me wondering when the last time your thermometers were calibrated.

Posted by Jennifer Hernandez on 07/08/2013 at 6:23 PM

Re: “The Complete Nickelhack Debacle

So funny! Thanks for the chuckle, Josh!

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Posted by Jennifer Hernandez on 06/14/2012 at 4:29 PM

Re: “Willie Nelson Shows He's Still Got It

Looks like fun!

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Posted by Jennifer Hernandez on 09/09/2010 at 4:41 PM

Re: “Special Grocery Store Planned for Boise's West End

I grew up within fifteen miles of the two original Trader Joe's markets. One was in Granada Hills, the other in Reseda, CA. After living in Boise for 17 years and doing my fair share of pining for Trader Joe's, I can tell you that Boise Co-op does a hell of a job of providing a unique selection of ethnic, organic and interesting wholesome foods as well as hard-to-find beer and wine choices to the Boise area. I visit Southern California yearly and my pangs for Trader Joe's have disappeared thanks to the Co-op.

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Posted by Jennifer Hernandez on 08/29/2010 at 11:45 AM

Re: “Palin's Vocab Forces Flashbacks to Bush

I'm a conservative and can clearly see that Palin's an idiot. She ought to go back home and finish raising her children before that second daughter of hers gets knocked up, too, while her hot mama is off somewhere trying to save the world.

Posted by Jennifer Hernandez on 08/02/2010 at 3:16 PM

Re: “Pub:349

Cool film -- congrats, Sally, to you and your team! Also, Zinnia is getting so big!

Posted by Jennifer Hernandez on 06/22/2010 at 4:38 PM

Re: “Counting One's Fake Chickens

Hi Tara! I read the same article in Time magazine and thought, sheesh! Don't we have enough fake food on the market?
Vegetarians have a number of vegetable protein sources available in the form of grains like bulgur, barley and quinoa. Some feel eggs and fish are acceptable, too. Haven't we learned enough about the consequences of a fake food diet to shy away from creating any new ones? I believe it's time to disconnect from the industrial food producers and start producing more food on our own, whether in our home vegetable gardens or on local farms and ranches.
Nice summary, Tara! Personally, I don't care how remarkably stringy and chewy this new fake chicken is. I'll never touch it.

Posted by Jennifer Hernandez on 06/10/2010 at 1:18 PM

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