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Like the perfect cigar, the smoker’s lifestyle is one focused on enjoyment and relaxation. At Puff Lifestyle, we discuss all avenues of lifestyle - great hotels that are cigar friendly, fantastic wines, cigar friendly dining, cool gadgets, lighters that actually work, hand carved cedar get the idea. But we also cover the down to earth lifestyle interests as well: the most enjoyable reasonably priced cigars, best vacations on a budget, and the best way to stretch a buck...which has never been more important. Nothing is off topic!

How to Light a Cigar
Thursday, 27 December 2007

{mosimage} It may sound surprising to a newcomer to cigar smoking but, if all other things are equal, the lighting of a cigar can either enhance the smoking experience … or almost destroy it. Any odor from whatever you may use to light a cigar can permeate the cigar leaf and turn an excellent cigar into something you might never want to touch again. So if the implement you use to light a cigar is important just what should it be? Basically the best tool for lighting a cigar is anything that burns with an odorless flame. Matches or a butane powered lighter are ideal for lighting a cigar while a petrol lighter (lighter that uses liquid fuel)  … or a candle … are never recommended.


Initial Conversations With Women, Not Being A Wussy, And Other Gems
Friday, 30 September 2005

Guest Article From David DeAngelo Initial Conversations With Women, Not Being A Wussy, And Other Gems... ***SUCCESS STORY: Hey Dave,  Just wanted to drop you a line on how my personal story has been going since I started doing things "your way". I have checked every "girl strategy" out there, you know the ones, and have to say that your system is the most simple, and most effective one out there. Your system gives men the start, and allows them to put their own personal touches on it. Then, after some success, (and some failures, of course, he he) we can come back and get even more out of it. Awesome, man. I'm 27, and have tried your way starting 2 years ago. It took me a long time to get "it", but the journey has been incredible. My friends can't believe the change in me, and I am now helping friends who I once thought were so much better than me. My relationships with women are so much more fulfilling now than they ever were when I was just trying to "get laid". 


Rocky Patel Event, Deerfield Beach, Florida August 2005
Thursday, 22 September 2005

Two days after Hurricane Katrina gave South Florida a slight brush, I had the pleasure to attend one of the many Rocky Patel events touring the country. The event was held at Reel Smokers in Deerfield Beach, Florida on August 27, 2005. The power was still out, but a generator kept things going on and off. 


Raising Excise Taxes on Cigars is NOT the answer
Sunday, 21 August 2005

The most misleading, misconstrued and misrepresented article I ever read about cigars was published on, July 9, 2005. The two most bothersome things about their "research" is that they DO NOT differentiate between drug store cigarillos and handmade premium cigars. They lump them all together. Then they go on to proclaim that taxes should be raised on cigars so the underage youth of America will stop smoking cigars. WTF?!?! 


Phil’s Salad
Monday, 26 September 2005

  Chef Phil's Weekly Recipe Updated Weekly Sausage and Vegetable Frittata Recipe Tomato Pie Recipe Grilled Pork Brochettes with Confetti Rice Pilaf Recipe Crab Stuffed Shrimp Wrapped in Bacon Recipe Pan Seared Soft Shell Crab Hoagie Recipe Seafood Stuffed Flounder with Tomato Dill Cream Recipe Garlic & Ancho Rubbed Porterhouse Steaks Recipe Chicken Cordon Bleu with Mornay Sauce Recipe Braised Garlic Short Ribs with a Red Wine Tomato Sauce Recipe Chef Phil's Brief Introduction to Cooking Phil’s Salad Recipes will be updated on Monday's. Recipe for September 26, 2005 Phil’s Salad Prep Time: 15 minutes I wish I could take credit for this salad, but it is a recipe that I have added to my repertoire thanks to my departed father-in law, it is a recipe that he acquired from a restaurant that has long since gone out of business. My wife’s family always had this salad when they grilled steaks and was always served with cornbread cakes in which they would take a cornbread mix and slightly thin it in order to make griddlecakes. The cornbread cakes are a must because they are great to soak up the juices from the salad. This salad is like a beet slaw, now don’t let this discourage you, beets are by far my least favorite vegetable, but I love this salad and when you try it your going to love it too, I guarantee it! Recipe: 2 tbsp finely chopped green onions 1 can (15oz) sliced beets (keep juice) add equal amount of diced tomato’s to beets add chopped Iceberg lettuce equal to tomato’s and beets combined Dressing: 3 slices of beets 2 tbsp beet juice 1 ½ cups mayonnaise ½ tsp. dry mustard 1 tbsp. White vinegar 1 tsp. A-1 sauce 2 tsp. sugar Method: In a blender puree dressing until smooth, pour dressing over salad ingredients and toss well, refrigerate for approximately 1 hour, serve with cornbread griddlecakes and enjoy. PS, don’t tell my wife! Questions or comments? Email: © 2005, Kevin Godbee & Philipp V. Denfeld. Re-print with permission only. To get permission, email:  


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