Which food items did you stock up on in preparation for Hurricane Irene?
We are still in the arms of t.s. irene and I made a huge lasagna. seemed like a good stormy day food. made it first thing this morning. Also bought some fruit and veggies to snack on as well as deli meats and cheese.
I was on the west coast during this flood, but I have lots of family and friends from NY to Virginia. I was surprised more people didn't stock up on emergency type foods, foods that wouldn't go bad without electricity. If I were stocking up for a big storm, I would get lots of canned food. I would get soups that I could fathom eating cold, cereal, and other things that are hermetically sealed.
by BakerRambles 7 years ago
For those stuck in or around the path of Hurricane Irene, I am posting this for everyone to keep in contact up and down the east coast. Please use this to help your fellow hubbers get through this unexpected hurricane and offer positive support, thank you.
by Renee S 7 years ago
I work at a popular "Dollar" store as a shift manager (keyholder) and have had to recently had to keep the store opened without, WITHOUT power, escorting customers in to shop showing them around with a flashlight while the cashier stands by and rings people up by hand with a calculator...
by Nicolina Kenna 7 years ago
Is everyone prepared for the hurricane Irene?I cant wait to meet her!
by BakerRambles 7 years ago
Is anyone else evacuating for hurricane Irene?
by Nspeel 7 years ago
What if hurricane Irene hits land?This hurricane is coming very quickly it just made Cat 3 by the time it gets to where I live it is suppose to be Cat 4 possibly Cat 5. Going to be dangerous!
by Stacie L 7 years ago
Hurricane Irene poses is threatening the south eastern coastal state and may run up the coast to new England by the weekend.those in the Caribbean are feeling her effects alreadycheck your travel plans...i hate hurricanes!
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