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Tony Heussner
Worked at Total Administrative Services Corporation
Attended Jefferson High School
Lived in Helenville, Wisconsin
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Anyone having issues with chat app in chrome now that it has changed over to hangouts?  I miss my chat list, and would rather not have a huge list of people I do not typically chat with.  Maybe a priority system to put the favorite people to the top like it used to be? 
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Vegetarian No Noodle Lasagna 

Ingredients. 

Eggplant (4 large eggplants)
Zucchini Squash (8 medium/large zucchini squash) 
Mushrooms (2 pounds of mushrooms) 
Carrots (1 pound of carrots) 
Green Bell Peppers (2 large peppers) 
Tofu (two 1 pound packages of medium firm tofu) 
Ricotta Cheese (2 packages of low fat ricotta cheese) 
Cheddar Cheese (1 pound of cheddar cheese) 

Homemade Marinara Sauce 
4 large cans of diced tomatoes 
2 cans of tomato paste 
basil 
thyme 
oregano 
black pepper 
salt 
quarter cup of lemon juice 

Directions.  The above ingredient amounts are based off of what I made, which was a double order. Halve everything for a single “normal” person order. 

Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
Slice Eggplant and Zucchini into ¼ inch slices 
Spray (non-stick or oil) cooking sheet.  
Fill the sheet with eggplant and zucchini.  I salted and peppered the eggplant and zucchini prior to baking. 
Bake for 8 to 10 minutes per side. 

In a mixing bowl mix the ricotta cheese, tofu, and egg beater (2 cups), salt, pepper, and basil together.  

In your 14 x8 inch baking pan apply a thin layer of marinara sauce.  
Lay out the first layer of eggplant.  Be sure to slightly layer the pieces (just like normal lasagna). 
Apply another layer of marinara along with a layer of the ricotta mix.  
Add a layer of mushrooms. 
Cover with more marinara sauce and cheese
Add a layer of zucchini 
Cover with more marinara sauce/cheese mix (seeing a pattern?) 
Add a layer of green bell peppers 
More marinara sauce and cheese
Add a layer of carrots 
Finally... Top it off with more sauce and then the cheddar cheese! 

Reduce the heat in your oven to 350 and bake your lasagna for 40 – 45 minutes covered.  Then remove the cover and set the oven to broil for 10 minutes, or until the top is browned.  
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  • Total Administrative Services Corporation
    Customer Service/Account Rep, 2007 - 2011
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Helenville, Wisconsin - Madison, Wisconsin
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Traveling, photos, podcasts, and music, cooking, drinking and going to the gym in for fun with a misc assortment of other things, and you have me.
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HI!  My name is Tony.  During the day I work customer service from home.  At night, weekends, and over my lunch period I like to take photos.  
Education
  • Jefferson High School
    High School or General, 1998 - 2001
  • Madison Media Institute
    Music Recording, 2002 - 2004
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My girlfriend and I stopped in for breakfast at Howie's on this past Saturday. I had searched on Yelp for a out of the way diner in the Dell's mainly because I try to stay away from big box locations as much as possible, and Howie's was highly recommended. This was for good reason as the food was great. I ordered the western omelet, with cheese and onions on my hash browns, and an order of homemade whole wheat toast. The omelet looked beautiful and tasted delicious and fresh. The green peppers popped with freshness which is a great sign. The hash browns were great and the cheese that they used was cheddar and not American. I like American, however when a place uses "real" cheese it seems to me that they care more about the end result of the food. Overall my experience was great and I would recommend this to anyone who is in town and wants something other than Denny's.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
This is my all time favorite bar/grill in Madison. The atmosphere is very small town and has a great local feel and you can almost hear "Norm!" when you walk in. The food is always delicious! Walnut burgers are what they are known for (for good reason) however on week days their pizzas are a great treat. The Jukebox has a great mix of jazz, blues, classic rock and classic country, and it is all by CD which is a nice change from the internet jukeboxes. Also as haha JK stated, Allison can be considered abrasive, but honestly they are only watching out for their establishment, and once she gets that you aren't a jerk looking to mess their place up, she warms up to you and is overall pretty great to you.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
I just had my breaks changed by this auto repair garage, and I must say I am impressed. Last week I noticed that my breaks were squeaking (to my dismay since I had them changed last year). My roommate had needed break work done a few weeks back so I asked where she went and she told me (obviously) that she went here. She explained that whens he took her car in, the guy (Jeff) inspected the car and told her that she didnt need new breaks, but rather they needed to be cleaned, he cleaned them and didnt charge her anything. I knew then that this was place for me. Someone who is honest. So to make a long story shorter... I had my rear pads and roters changed (the pads were down to the metal!), he said that the front ones were at 50% so he didnt advise that I need to change them, but offered the price for the work. All in all both rear pads and roters, plus labor and tax came to $170.00. If you want friendly service from an honest guy, then please go here. Oh, and if you do, tell him Tony sent you, I am the big guy with a big beard. Thanks for reading my long winded review. Tony
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Public - 6 years ago
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