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Puff Lifestyle
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 humidors...you 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!

Cigars Are The Devil
Monday, 23 May 2005

Cigars are the devil, you're all going to hell...or at least to jail. I know it sounds preposterous, but that's the message I get by the continuing barrage of anti-smoking sentiment and new proposed laws that I see in the news every day attempting to take away our freedoms...

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Memorial Day 2005
Monday, 30 May 2005

It's Memorial Day. The good news is that more people now recognize the true meaning of the holiday, rather than it just being a 3-day weekend. The bad news is the reason they now remember the true meaning. So many of America's young adults have been killed in the last few years in the service of our country. Like most people, I'm happy to have a day off, I'll be going to the beach and having a barbeque...and of course some cigars. Before we do our "day off stuff", let's take a moment to remember the fallen soldiers, and thank all of the military personnel for the freedoms we enjoy, like a fine cigar...

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Users Guide to Cigar-Review.com
Monday, 06 June 2005

There are many features and functions on this site, with more to come. Here's some tips and information on how you can make the most of this site right now, and a preview of coming features. This is a must read for first-time visitors... 

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Crab Stuffed Shrimp Wrapped in Bacon
Monday, 11 July 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 Crab Stuffed Shrimp Wrapped in Bacon Recipes will be updated weekly on Monday's. (This will give you enough time to get the ingredients and practice for next weekend's date.)  Weekly Recipe for July 11-17, 2005 Crab Stuffed Shrimp Wrapped in Bacon Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 20-25 minutes. 10 ea. 16/20 shrimp (peeled and deveined) 16 oz. lump crab meat (checked for shells) 2/3 cup mayonnaise  1 tsp. dry mustard 2 jiggers of Worcestershire sauce 1 Tbl. dry sherry 10 thin julienne slices of fresh jalapeno 10 strips of bacon ( par cooked) to taste salt and white ground pepper bacon: par cook in a 350°oven, place bacon on a baking pan covered with foil for easy clean up and cook in oven for 10 to 15 minutes or until bacon is approximately half cooked. Method: Gently mix crabmeat, mayonnaise, mustard, Worcestershire and sherry. Butterfly shrimp by laying shrimp on their side and pulling a sharp paring knife through the center of the shrimp from tail to head with out cutting completely through. Take approximately 2 oz. of crab stuffing and place stuffing next to the shell side of the shrimp put one sliver of jalapeno on stuffing and wrap tightly with par cooked bacon and fold tail over, put prepared shrimp on a lightly greased baking pan, repeat with remainder and separate shrimp in pan by 1 inch. Bake in a 350° oven for 20 to 25 minutes or until just done. (please, please, please, don’t overcook) That and a bottle of 1998 Bouvet-ladubay saphir brut, and you should be able to say good night Irene, Sharon or whatever… and good morning too. So remember what a true bon vivant would say… wine, women, and cigars, baby!!! {moscomment} Makes 1 large serving. Questions or comments? Email: chefphil@cigar-review.com © 2005 Cigar-Review.com, Kevin Godbee & Philipp V. Denfeld. Re-print with permission only. To get permission, email: kevin@cigar-review.com

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Where To Meet Women, How To Approach Them
Monday, 17 October 2005

Guest Article From David DeAngelo Where To Meet Women, How To Approach Them ***QUESTION*** Hey Dave! Your material is phenomenal! I've always been C&F, but struggled with my ability to approach women I didn’t know. That dam fear of rejection ran deep. Well, after reading your book and specifically, the example of your friend who went to the mall just started approaching women and introducing himself until he drove the fear out, I decided to take a similar approach. Whenever I saw a women I thought was HOT, (at the bar, restaurant, library, or pretty much anywhere) well, that feeling in my stomach would begin. So, keeping your teaching in mind, I took a quick breath, envisioned myself being successful and moved in with the following "line". Hi! My name is J- and I'm performing an exercise to eliminate the fear of approaching women whom I find attractive." "Thanks for participating!" I do that with a completely serious facial expression and an extended handshake. Then end with a Sly smile and simply go on my way. Well, 70% of the time I get turned right back around by them and end up walking off trimphantly with an email or phone number in my pocket. For the times I don't get turned RIGHT back around, I catch them staring me down from across the room/bar/wherever I am and I just make my way back over there when I'm good and ready. Ok, my question is: I've been dating a lot of different girls. I am usually able to determine if I would like to make things last with them within the first two dates. My problem is with the girls whom I just wish to be friends with or even just put behind me, how do I let them down easy? I don't want to be a jerk or burn any bridges, but how do I get them to STOP friggin' calling ME! This is especially difficult after being intimate with a woman. Some pointers and examples of tact in this situation would be greatly appreciated! HOW DO I TURN IT OFF, DAVE? J.D.M. 26 - Chicago

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