Rochester NY: December 4, 2015 at age 49. Survived by treasured mother, Pamela Ann Meyers, father, Albert J. Incardona; brother, Anthony Incardona; aunt, Debra Riggs; uncles, Gary Meyers & William Meyers; the love of lis life, Leigh Eve Casey; best friend, Gary Palmiere; along with many treasured extended family, friends and clients. James was the owner of YourWebValet.com. Carpe Diem Jim.
Friend will gather in Celebration of Jim’s life Friday, December 18th, 4-7 P.M. at Enright’s Thirst Parlor, 582 Monroe Avenue, Rochester.
Donations may be made to Kidney Foundation (Kidney.org) in his memory.
Such an unexpected shock to hear about Jim! I will never forget his one of a kind personality, offbeat sense of humor, movie star good looks, and I will miss him dearly! My dear Jim; rest in peace and condolences to your family! I would really appreciate it if someone could contact me if they know what Jim passed from! Sincerely, Patty Ryan 585-621-5789
Hi Sam! I know that temperature does have sotehming to do with an acid, like lemon, causing milk to curdle I made the custard mixture with cold milk and cold eggs (just out of the fridge) poured it over the bread and put back into the fridge if the milk was warm or maybe even room temperature it may cause it to curdle (as it does when making ricotta cheese). You could try making it as is or redoing the custard oh, the delicate science of food. Thanks for writing in and I am adding a note to the recipe and I really like your idea of adding blueberries!