Tuesday night, I and other Omaha Bloggers were invited to taste a range of Happy Hour items from Plank Seafood Provisions in Omaha’s Old Market. You may have noticed #PlankSeafoodHH lighting up twitter that evening.
Allow me to say, Mmmmmmmm.
As we say here at the Sikora’s “Learning is Fun!” And the next thing we’re learning is TWITTER PARTY! On Monday I will be participating in a twitter party and if you join in you can win great prizes. I’m looking forward to this event and will think fondly of the grilled artichoke, the baked mac and cheese (OY), the Scottish salmon crostini, the gulf coast shrimp…
If you want to see beautiful photos from the food that night – Go to BakesInSlippers. DO IT!
I’m drooling on the keyboard, I’ll keep this short and sweet. If you’re an Omaha reader:
Here are the Plank Seafood Provisions Twitter Party details:
When: Sept. 29, 9 to 10 p.m. CST
Hosts: @AMomOnTheSide and @PlankSeafood
Prizes: (6) $15 Plank Seafood Provisions Gift Cards and (2) $50 Plank Seafood Provisions Gift Cards
What: Join us on Twitter to learn more about Plank Seafood Provisions and answer fun questions to randomly win prizes! You must RSVP, so head over to this website to register and then participate in the Twitter Party on Sept. 29 to win. If you’ve never done a Twitter Party before, follow the hosts and use the hashtag #PlankSeafood in your reply tweets.
Best Mac and Cheese ever!!! And I’m a connoisseur
I’m soooo excited for the Twitter Party! My learning experience will be being a panelist for the party! My first time!!! I had such a fun time with everyone I can’t wait until we can all get together again.
Can someone help my two family members with down syndrome. They are in Africa and brought up in a village, they are both under 12 years and I know how challenging it is given the poverty rate and inability to access the resources. When they were born, the villagers thought it might be something to do with the ancestors being upset and so they did a ceremony to appease the ancestors to no avail. Now they are viewed as a curse, they find it hard to fit in given their hardships to Express themselves and not being able to go to school. They stay at home, and sometimes they try to help in some of the small tea plantation.
This breaks my heart. They need help not only them but the community as well, to be made aware of the existence of down syndrome and other related problems that comes with it. I don’t know how to start but I guess leaving this comment is a start. Because I care. For Tegla and Musa in Kenya. firstname.lastname@example.org.