Memorable Blog Posts From 2011

Local voices contribute humor, talent and expertise to Kings Park Patch.

The local voices of Kings Park contribute their humor, opinion, expertise, perspective and recipes and help give Kings Park Patch its unique feel and flavor. Here are a few of the memorable columns from 2011.

Stephanie Ryan's Kings Park roots run deep. Her twenty something perspective on life in Kings Park, sparked debate and discussion. In this heavily commented on column, Stephanie ponders some ideas for Kings Park.

Tis the Season To Be…Decorative? Blogger Kelsey Renz wonders if it is really necessary to trade pumpkins for reindeer so soon.

Marie Sandomenico shared some healthy and tasty recipes with our readers this year. Beautiful photography coupled with simple and healthy ingredients make it easy to eat well.  When I saw the photo for her Ricotta Cheese Cookies, I knew I had to try them. The result, a new addition to the Christmas cookie line up.

 Self-proclaimed master of the grill, Joel Blitzer shares his adventures in food and life in Kings Park through restaurant reviews, recipes and stories. His piece on caroling in the holiday season gives a glimpse on the joys of good neighbors and holiday harmony.

Kings Park native and Israeli soldier, Rebecca Stewart shares her unique perspective of life as female soldier in Israel. Her column on the release of Gilad Shalit, an Israeli soldier who was captured in 2006 and was released in October of this year depicts the excitement, but also fear of what his release means.

Baby birds, turtles and butterflies are popular subjects for blogger Jan Porinchak’s and I have to say, I always learn something new after I read them. One of my favorites was about turtles.



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