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By GRACE CLARK, Special to The Courant, August 5, 2013
The other day when my son and I came home with groceries, I had him help me bring them into the kitchen, and then turned my back to him for a moment. I turned back around to find him rustling through the bags, not on the usual search for snacks, but to my surprise, to put the food away. I decided to see how much he knew about where things went. He took everything out one by one, and methodically and precisely put all the food items in the correct cupboards and in the refrigerator.
Dumpster Fire Proves Stubborn
November 26, 2000
A large dumpster full of steami toms outlet online > toms outlet online ng aluminum sludge caught fire Saturday morning, despite earlier efforts to cool i toms outlet online t down. Firefighters were called to Abbott Ball Co. Friday because the dumpster, which was stored inside the factory, was steaming. Then again, most restaurants aren’t operating on The Gleaners’ Kitchen philosophy. The home based bistro, conceptualized by Tufts University student Maximus Thaler, features a menu of food foraged from the trash. Thaler, 22, and other members of his collective household, who have been “dumpstering” for years, make regular middle of the night runs to grocery store trash bins to salvage edible food that’s been tossed out, then cook it up for themselves and their friends.
Waterbury: Puppy Found In Dumpster [WTNH]
January 19, 2010
WTNH reports: A Pit Bull is recovering after being discovered in a dumpster in Waterbury. in the container, in back of the store about 15 feet from the building, police said. It was extinguished before it caused any damage to the building. Two years ago, a rash of dumpster fires in the business district resulted in a blaze that destroyed a fabric shop. Two years ago I was ready to clear a lot of junk out of my life. It had become suffocatingly cluttered. I had just gotten divorced (the legal process was complete, the date had arrived, it was officially official after a long, arduous, soul searching and redefining period of several years). I entertained the possibility of a dumpster for months ahead of time. I made tentative calls inquiring about cost, holding capacity, delivery, pickup all the pertinent details but never quite made the commitment to say “OK, bring ‘er over.”Dumpster Fire Prompts Evacuation At Complex