The In’s and Out’s of Elijah’s Promise

Hi bloggers! I’m finally presenting you with my long awaited screencast about Elijah’s Promise soup kitchen. This video will give you all of the necessary information that you need in order to volunteer for Elijah’s Promise! This includes the different types of volunteer shifts that are availible, including how old you have to be to volunteer! Important dress code rules and regulations can also be found listed in this video. I have also included a video from the Elijah’s Promise website, in order to give you a first hand look at how rewarding volunteering is! Continue to check out my  collaborators blogs, Cuisine4College and Posilive, to review their videos too. I hope you enjoy and please feel free to share feedback with me via zschackzoe@gmail.com.

(Video from Elijah’s Promise)

New Brunswick Restaurant Critique!

Hello foodies! This week I decided to make another screencast, and this time it is a critique of four New Brunswick restaurants. I chose four of my personal favorites: Hansel n’ Griddle, Stuff Yer Face, Playa Bowls, and Hidden Grounds. These four places offer a variety of different kinds of food, and each place has its own special atmosphere. My screencast goes in depth about the deals offered at each place and what people can expect when they eat there!

Making this screencast was pretty easy because I was already familiar with the software, and critiquing the restaurants was no problem at all. Whether you’re interested in a bar, a healthy restaurant, a coffee shop, or a regular old every day kind of place- this screencast is for you! I hope you enjoy my take on these restaurants and I urge you to try them out for yourself. As always, feel free to contact me with questions, comments, or recommendations! Happy eating throughout The Brunz!

 

Website Sources:

Hansel n’ Griddle

Hansel’s Instagram

Stuff Yer Face

Potachos Images

Playa Bowls

Playa Bowls Image

Playa Bowls Instagram

Hidden Grounds

CUPS App

Holy Guacamole

Chipotle lovers brace yourself for an amped up burrito joint because Tacoria is like Chipotle on steroids. Located at 56A Easton Ave, Tacoria has a variety of Mexican food such as tacos, burritos, and burrito boxes. My favorite aspect is the burritos, which are grilled on both sides to create warm, gooey insides. This separates Tacoria from being just another Chipotle-esque chain. To make it even better, Tacoria also offers guacamole for an additional $1.50 (compared to Chipotle’s $1.80). It might not be a huge amount, but when you’re eating on a budget any deal helps.

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Another one of my favorite things about Tacoria is the atmosphere. You walk in to an open store front which makes the place feel very welcoming. Seating options are limited inside, but if you continue to the back exit you will find yourself in an enchanted courtyard. It’s a great spot for a quiet dinner in the middle of busy New Brunswick, and it made me almost forget I was in a city. Here’s a photo from one of my visits there.

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