What was it like to server seltzer from a Bronx candy store as a little girl? Find out today in our third podcast.
Learn what Frank Sinatra, Israel and Seltzer all have in common in this special, second Give Me Seltzer podcast. The film, Cast a Giant Shadow, and its seminal role in the history of seltzer will be our focus. Oh, and hear John Wayne speak Hebrew. Tons of fun!
I finally shared a section of my book with someone.
This episode features a fabulous Heard on the Street segment and a Book Update.
The first podcast gets off the ground. Yahoo!
It has been a real hoot researching and learning about the possible use of seltzer as a form of aerial weaponry during the Israeli War of Independance.
Over the course of my research I have heard from a number of people whose family name is Seltzer. However, given what I know of the word’s history, I don’t understand how this can be.
I was up late last night, a little TOO late, completing the edits to my first podcast for GiveMeSeltzer.com. I’ve been involved in web design for over ten years now and I have to say I haven’t felt anything like this since I launched that first web site back in May, 1995. I get that thrill in my gut that I am watching something new begin, and I have the privledge to be there at the start.
Lisa, from Seattle, Washington, recalls the family story about how her great-grandfather was permanently blinded by an exploding seltzer bottle.
Carol from Chicago sent in her recollections of growing up with a home-installed seltzer faucet.
My friend Tim, in Atlanta, had this to say, by Instant Messenger, after the first time he viewed this site: