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We take pride in offering friendly professional service and great food. The Riverfront Pub & Grill located on the beautiful Shuswap river is looking for...
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          Kitchen Staff - Riverfront Pub & Grill - Grindrod, BC   
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          Podcast Episode #302: Self-Love & Adrenals, Stress & Alcohol, Hormones & Birth Control with Dr. Jolene Brighten   

Topics Perimenopause and menopause [2:12] Gratefulness mindset [8:37] Alcohol and estrogen [14:11] Healing and alcohol [21:46] Working out while under stress [29:16] Testosterone levels in women [38:06] What happens when you're on the pill [43:43] Subscribe to Real Food Liz!  Subscribe to DianeSanfilippo.com The episodes are also available in iTunes, Spotify & Stitcher.  Show sponsors:         You’re ...

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          5 Do's and Dont's while Designing a Food Package   

We live our lives in a 3-dimensional world. As technology evolves, we are getting closer to realizing that a lot more that we've always experienced in 2-dimensions can be converted to a 3-dimensional experience, like mobile photography. But have you ever wondered if your brand can deliver.


          Prices rise, partitions fall under new Utah liquor law   
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- A trendy downtown Salt Lake City seafood restaurant started business Saturday with glass-smashing and champagne, a symbolic gesture in its emancipation from Utah's so-called "Zion Curtains" alcohol law....
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          Front of House Staff - Super Play Factory - Stoke-on-Trent ST1   
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          Truck Driver CDL BULK Hauler - Brady Trucking - Normal, IL   
Drive to transport bulk commodities OTR to industrial, AG, and food grade customers. Based in Normal, Illinois Brady Trucking OTR is family-owned and built ‘By... $75,000 a year
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          Alexia Gourmet Oven Fries & Onion Rings - 3/$10.00   
Alexia Gourmet Oven Fries & Onion Rings  - 3/$10.00     Assorted varieties. 425-567 g. Frozen food.

          Custodial Service Worker - Aiken Regional Medical Center   
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          Join the Co-op in July!   

There’s a lot to love about being a co-op member-owner! Join us! In addition to being part of an organization that supports local small farmers, products made locally, a thriving local economy, fair trade, earth-friendly products, sustainable living practices, universal access to healthy food you will also enjoy: a FREE slice of cake on your […]

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          Restaurant Manager - Bowood Hotel Spa and Golf Resort - Calne SN11   
Passion for delivering beautiful food and 5-star customer service levels, who inspires others with their energy and desire to please our customers.... £27,000 - £30,000 a year
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          Director Sales Strategy - Weston Foods - Maplehurst, NB   
Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Communication, Business or related field. Master’s degree would be ideal. Ensures communications are coordinated, supports sales...
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          Everett’s Restaurant & Lounge – Boyne Mountain   
One of the great pleasures of a vacation at Boyne Mountain is looking forward to your next meal – usually when you’re halfway through the one you’re eating. Good food is part of what sets the resort apart – and Everett’s sets our standard for exceptional deliciousness. Which, for the record, is much better than [...]
          Julienne Tomatoes – Petoskey   
A great place to eat in Petoskey, Michigan! The entire staff at Julienne Tomatoes has worked very hard to make this restaurant a success. It is very rewarding to be recognized by our customers as well as respected publications for our food, service and employees. Thank You! We are living our dream in Northern Michigan [...]
          Whitecaps Restaurant   
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          Server, Events - Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory - Cold Spring Harbor, NY   
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          National news: 'Income shock’ forcing cash-strapped households to foodbanks   
FOUR in five people referred to foodbanks have skipped meals and gone without eating, sometimes for days at a time, a major new study has revealed.
          Use data to guide fertilizer application   

Feed the A zones plenty

Like most in my generation, I had 4-H and FFA projects, and from the very beginning I was blessed with a gilt that ended up being a very prolific sow. My sow produced huge litters and was the perfect mother — giving

up everything she had to her piglets until weaning (a much longer period than now).  For every litter, her body weight would plummet.

Our next evolution in raising pigs was to build our own feeding stalls. It was very preconfinement, but for me it was a huge improvement. The stalls allowed us to feed each sow uniquely. My sow with half the body weight of other less-productive sows could be given a double ration. Less-productive sows that towered over my sow received less food.

I’m sure some of you “old school” folks can connect my animal agriculture example with what’s going on in your fields. The areas in your fields that are consistently the highest yielding are just like my 4-H sow. They produce so much that they deplete their soil-supplied nutrient reserves. Your data and variable-rate technology allow you to feed those A zones a “double ration!”

Notice how this data table illustrates how the highest-yielding areas are lower in fertility. Use your yield data and fertility data to guide your applications. Don’t be afraid to feed your A zones plenty!

soil test attributes by soybean yield


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          Comment on Fitness + Food Week in Review by Roadrunner   
Very impressive week of fitness, despite growing "bump!" Well done!
          Comment on A Full Day of Eats: Pregnancy Edition by Nicole   
Your day of eats sounds awesome and balanced. Baby is probably very happy with all the nourishment and care, both with food and your workouts! My blog is very new, but I actually just posted a day of eats, so feel free to check that out :)
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I am so jealous of the weather for your run! Hope you have a great weekend!
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I saw that bagel on IG and I immediately cursed my overnight oats ha ha!
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I never check my email until I get to work! It's a rule I set for myself... same with texts! I turned off all notifications on my phone so when I wake up, I don't see anything that came through. It's SO refreshing. That Matchbox burger look delicious!
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          Heading to the Catskills? general info   
 Lakewood residents heading up to the Catskill mountains for the weekend some information to keep in mind.
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          10 Things You Should Know About Steph and Ayesha Curry's Envy-Inducing Relationship   

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Stephen and Ayesha Curry may be one of the NBA's most famous couples now, but back in the day they were just two teenagers brought together by their faith. Both devout Christians, the couple first met at their church youth group in Charlotte, NC - but it wasn't exactly love at first sight for the Canada native. "We were just kids," Ayesha told People in May. "He was the cute boy at church that all of the girls were obsessed with, so I made a generalization that maybe he wasn't for me." On the flip side, Steph harbored a crush. "I always had my eye on her, but I got a little shaken, for sure," he told Parents magazine back in June 2016. Here are more fun facts about Steph and Ayesha's slam-dunk romance.

  1. They reconnected a few years after their first meeting. Ayesha was acting and modeling in LA while Steph was playing basketball for Davidson College in North Carolina. The two met up in LA when he was in town for the ESPY Awards - Ayesha admitted that she "didn't know what the ESPYs were" and generally didn't know what Steph did at the time, which he revealed was "pretty refreshing."
  2. Ayesha originally wasn't too keen on dating an athlete, which is probably why she turned Steph down for a date at first. "My parents found this paper from my high school theater class where you had to write down what you wanted in a significant other," she told People. "At the bottom, it said, 'No athletes, because they're arrogant.'"
  3. Their first date was admittedly "cheesy." Ayesha finally agreed to go out with Steph after he reached out via Facebook. She picked him up (in a 1995 Astro van!) and they had a "cheesy" first date that included chai tea lattes and Marilyn Monroe impersonators on Hollywood Boulevard. Steph even spent all the money he had on him to impress Ayesha by purchasing a pair of Oakley sunglasses. Despite her "no athlete" rule, Steph's personality softened her up. "He was so funny and silly. . . the absolute opposite of what I thought he was going to be," she said.
  4. And their first kiss was reminiscent of a major movie. Steph and Ayesha officially began dating in August 2008. The couple had their first smooch in the driveway of Steph's parents' house in Charlotte. It happened "in the rain, like The Notebook."
  5. Three years later, Steph proposed to Ayesha in the same spot. "The plan was to act like we were going to a family cookout," he told Parents. "So we pulled up to the house, and I stopped in the middle of the driveway, got down on my knee, and went into my spiel. Little did I know the whole family was looking out the window, videotaping the moment."

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  1. They were married young. Steph and Ayesha got married in 2011 when they were 23 and 22, respectively. Of their decision, Steph has said, "I knew I had found the right woman, and I wanted to start a life with her."
  2. Ayesha had to put her acting plans on hold. "Shortly after we got married, I found out we were pregnant with [their daughter] Riley. She was a borderline honeymoon baby," Ayesha said. "That became my next move. I struggled with that for a while."
  3. They have matching tattoos. Ayesha reportedly got the ink first, and Steph followed with a tattoo of two arrows pointing at each other. "This signifies that the past is behind us and the future is in front of us, so we stay in the middle, in the moment," he has said. They even have a pregame ritual: "I smack my tattoo and she does the same."
  4. In 2015, they expanded their family. Steph and Ayesha welcomed their second daughter Ryan in July 2015, and the little one made an adorable public appearance with her sister at the NBA Championships in June 2017.
  5. But they're taking a breather before growing even more. On having a third baby, the couple has "agreed to press pause and then reassess in a year or so." Ayesha has said of Steph: "He'd have three more kids right now if he could."


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A hidden Gem sequestered on top of a hill, one finds this 3 bedroom 2.5 bath split entry home offering serene views from every window. The open floor plan makes this an easy home to entertain friends and family. An eat in kitchen equipped with appliances, (including double oven) and new stainless steel microwave oven features ceramic tile floors and plenty of counter space for food preparation. You'll want to spend all of your time in the enclosed patio which is located off the dining room & which provides tranquility year round. The perfect place to de stress and take in views of nature at its best. Three main floor bedrooms feature ample closet space, while the master bedroom feat
          6 Classic Comfort Foods that Pair Perfectly with Wine   

What wine should you have with your meal? Selecting a wine pairing for your food can bring out the best flavors of both. Generally speaking, white wine [...]

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          Reading the Office of Legal Counsel on Emoluments: Do Super-Rich Presidents Get a Pass?    

 

I wrote last November that the Foreign Emoluments Clause “is on its face a national security provision designed to the protect the country from officers too enmeshed with foreign interests.” If the Justice Department’s recent court filing is to be believed, that protection is exceedingly limited. This new position marks a decisive break from the more conscientious approach long espoused by both the Comptroller General and the Office of Legal Counsel (OLC).

At the heart of the emoluments controversy is President Trump’s refusal to liquidate his business holdings. He has instead maintained ownership of the Trump Organization, a multibillion-dollar umbrella company with thousands of domestic and international investments, and placed the assets in a revocable trust managed by his sons Donald Trump, Jr. and Eric Trump. Trump now faces three lawsuits alleging that he is profiting from his business empire in violation of the Constitution. Three days after his inauguration, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), a government accountability watchdog group, filed the first suit in the Southern District of New York. This month, two more complaints were filed by the attorneys general of Washington D.C. and Maryland and 196 congressional Democrats, in federal district courts in Maryland and the District of Columbia, respectively.

All three suits center on the meaning and scope of the Foreign Emoluments Clause, which provides that “no person holding any Office of Profit or Trust under them, shall, without the Consent of the Congress, accept any present, Emolument, Office or Title of any kind whatever, from any King, Prince or foreign state” (U.S. Const. art. I, § 9, cl. 8). Citing Trump's business dealings with state governments and federal agencies, such as its lease on the Old Post Office Building that now houses the Trump International Hotel, two of the suits also allege violations of the Domestic Emoluments Clause. This provision applies specifically to the president and provides that he shall receive “for his Services” a fixed compensation during his tenure and not “any other Emolument from the United States, or any of [the states]” (U.S. Const. art. II, § 1, cl. 7).

Serious procedural challenges like standing notwithstanding, given the House and Senate’s failure to address head-on the risks posed by Trump’s financial conflicts pose, the lawsuits could prove important in forcing a much-needed conversation: Is Trump taking in profits in violation of the Constitution? And just as critically, are future presidents entitled to pull a Trump—or does the Constitution dictate that they, like Jimmy Carter, must sell their family peanut farms as a condition of taking office?

No Article III court has ever rendered an opinion on how either Emoluments Clause should be interpreted, though the Supreme Court has offered interpretations of the term “emoluments” as it appears in Foreign Emoluments Clause-related statutes periodically enacted by Congress since 1881. Because of the limited judicial precedent, the internal memoranda from the Comptroller General and the Office of Legal Counsel that have been made public over the years are among the most important sources of guidance we have on emoluments issues. And though these memoranda do not directly address the question posed by the Trump business empire, making some amount of inference and legwork necessary, in critical respects they quite clearly contradict the sweeping defense that the Justice Department put forward this month in its 70-page motion to dismiss the CREW case against Trump.

The key issue in these suits—once you get behind a set of justiciability questions that may prove dispositive—is what constitutes an emolument (though with respect to the Foreign Emoluments Clause there’s also some disagreement about what kind of entity constitutes a “foreign state”). In plain English, we are looking at an exotic presidential twist on the biggest and oldest challenge to enforcing any anticorruption law: What counts? Do the forbidden “emoluments” cover only goodie boxes, blatant quid pro quo arrangements, and employment-related compensation? Or are the profits that Trump enjoys by way of his business transactions also prohibited when they come from foreign states and domestic government entities? And if the latter, more expansive definition is the appropriate one, are the profits prohibited only when the take is in excess of  “fair-market-value”—and if so, does that definition serve as a meaningful limitation when at issue are luxury goods whose value or sales may be inflated by the fact that Trump is president and the products are prominently branded with his name?

Predictably, the dispute has taken the form of a battle for the original meaning of “emoluments.” An array of historical materials support both a limited and broad definition. The two possible interpretations are well summed up by the Oxford English Dictionary, which provides two definitions dating back to the Founding: “1. Profit or gain arising from station, office, or employment . . . . 2. Advantage, benefit, comfort.”

The Justice Department, like Trump’s lawyers at Morgan Lewis, latches onto the first definition  to argue that “the Emoluments Clauses apply only to the receipt of compensation for personal services and to the receipt of honors and gifts based on official position.” That is, President Trump is precluded only from receiving benefits in exchange for services provided to a foreign state in his official capacity as president, or—and this is crucial, given the subject matter of the OLC opinions—services provided “in a capacity akin to an employee of a foreign state.”

The plaintiffs in the three suits, on the other hand, argue for the much more expansive definition. Marshaling its own set of historical evidence, CREW asserts that emoluments are "anything of value, including money, permits, approvals, tax benefits, any other benefits, and anything else monetary or nonmonetary, regardless of whether it is given in exchange for goods or services, and regardless of whether it is part of a transaction at, above, or below market rates."

A close examination of the relevant Comptroller and OLC opinions reveals that the current Justice Department is reading the Emoluments Clauses too narrowly, while CREW and the other plaintiffs are reading them too broadly. None of the opinions approves the receipt of benefits that can even arguably be attributed to the prestige or influence conferred by an office, and together they do not support the Justice Department’s claim that presidents may, as a categorical matter, collect profits from business transactions with foreign entities and domestic government entities as long as fair value is extracted on both sides. But notwithstanding the plaintiffs’ hard pull in the other direction, the opinions also suggest that presidents may in limited cases accept certain fixed benefits—as I will explain, these might be pensions from the U.S. state that used to employ them or money damages from a foreign country against which, in a past life, they successfully won a judgment. The key is that those benefits cannot be subject to foreign or domestic government manipulation or adjustment in connection with the presidential office.

This happens to be a sensible position that accords with what the opinions repeatedly underscore as the purpose of the Emoluments Clauses and the ultimate touchstone for interpreting their meaning: “to prevent corruption and foreign influence” and to bar “payments which have a potential of influencing or corrupting the integrity of the recipient.”

 

Why Language About Emoluments Is Easily Misused

A threshold issue before turning to the OLC literature is the confusion created by cherry-picking historical materials without consideration of their factual context. For example, in its motion to dismiss, the Justice Department followed the lead of some scholars in pulling some Supreme Court language that suggests the term “emoluments” applies only to salary and other duty-related benefits. Most notably, in Hoyt v. United States, 51 U.S. 109 (1850), the Court defines emoluments as “every species of compensation or pecuniary profit derived for a discharge of the duties of office” (emphasis added).

But in Hoyt, the Supreme Court was specifically asked to decide what constitutes an “emolument of office” per a statute governing Treasury Department collectors in their official capacity; the case did not require the Court to consider or rule on the existence of emoluments of other kinds. This is a key point for purposes of properly construing any Comptroller or OLC opinion that cites Hoyt and regurgitates its definition of “emoluments.” These opinions, like Hoyt, have to be read with an eye to their facts: they do not assert that “emoluments” must derive directly from discharge of duty; rather, the kind of emoluments at issue in those opinions was the kind derived for discharge of duty. As a consequence, the reliance on Hoyt in these opinions does not serve as evidence of a limiting principle for emoluments in general.

In short, as pointed out by the plaintiffs and by assorted scholars, the proper question for purposes of discerning the historical scope of “emoluments” is not whether the term could be interpreted in a restricted way, to refer only to benefits derived from discharging the duties of an office, but whether it was necessarily so interpreted at the time the Emoluments Clauses were drafted. As John Mikhail has painstakingly documented, the answer is no—and we don’t have to look at secondary sources, however authoritative (e.g., Black’s Dictionary) to draw that conclusion. Consider, for example, some of the constitutions ratified during the first of two major waves of state constitution-making in the Founding decade. Several included “common benefits clauses” that used the word “emoluments” in a way that simply defies narrow interpretation. The Pennsylvania Constitution (1776) provides: “That government is, or ought to be, instituted for the common benefit, protection and security of the people, nation or community; and not for the particular emolument of advantage of any single man, family or sett [sic] of men, who are a part only of that community[.]” Very similar language appears in the Virginia (1776), Vermont (1777), and New Hampshire (1784) constitutions. Far more elaborate historical arguments demonstrating the broad uses of the term have been presented elsewhere: see here, here and here. The bottom line is that there is an abundance of primary Founding-era material making use of the broad definition of emoluments, so it is wrong to use language from fact-bound case law to assert that the term is an inherently limited one.

 

The Plaintiffs Define “Emoluments” Too Broadly

Does that mean, as plaintiffs assert, that all types of benefits conferred on the president by foreign countries and U.S. states are prohibited emoluments? According to the Comptroller and OLC opinions, clearly not.

A number of opinions explain that officers do not need to forego fixed benefits to which they are entitled for reasons manifestly unrelated to and uninfluenced by their office. This is a common-sense interpretation of the Clauses that avoids rigidity for rigidity’s sake, where denial of benefits would do nothing to serve the Clauses’ anti-corruption, anti-influence purpose.

For instance, the Comptroller and the OLC each independently concluded that President Ronald Reagan could collect ordinary retirement benefits from California, where he had served as the state governor, without violating the Domestic Emoluments Clause’s prohibition against the receipt of “emoluments” from a State. In its 1983 opinion, the Comptroller determined that President Reagan’s pension from California “cannot be construed as being in any manner received in consequence of his possession of the Presidency.” Coming to the same conclusion in its earlier 1981 opinion, the OLC also noted that “those [retirement] benefits are not emoluments in the constitutional sense” and their receipt does not “violate the spirit of the Constitution.” To support its reasoning, the OLC in turn relied on a 1964 opinion (not published) where it similarly decided the estate of President Kennedy was entitled to the naval retirement pay that had accrued during his presidency. Interpreting the Foreign Emoluments Clause “in the light of its basic purposes and principles,” it concluded he could receive payments to which he was entitled as a matter of law “prior to his taking office.”

The same principles support allowing officers to collect on certain kinds of money judgments, even from foreign powers. In a 1955 opinion, the Comptroller decided that an attorney in the Justice Department could receive a lump sum payment and lifetime annuity from the German government for his wrongful removal from the judgeship he held before he emigrated to the United States, as provided by German indemnification legislation. The Comptroller reasoned that those payments did not constitute emoluments from his former office, but rather “represent damages payable as a direct result of a moral and legal wrong.” Turning to its “spirit of the Constitution” analysis, the Comptroller had no trouble determining the payments were not problematic: they were “obviously . . . not intended to influence him as an officer of the United States,” were made under laws not specific to him, and were not payments voluntarily made by the German government but rather mandatory indemnification required by the Allied powers. In a 1954 opinion on the same matter, the OLC came to a slightly different place—the payments were not permitted to the extent they amounted to German retiree benefits—but like the Comptroller, it found that damages intended to redress injury were not prohibited emoluments.

Note what these opinions have in common: they generally allow the officer in question to collect payments or benefits that, patently, have nothing to do with and cannot possibly have been affected by his U.S. office. That 1983 Comptroller opinion put it best, and contains a line worth repeating: President Reagan was entitled to his pension because it “c[ouldn’t] be construed as being in any manner received in consequence of his possession of the Presidency.”

Applying this general rule, it makes sense that presidents are permitted to invest in U.S. Treasury bonds; and the rule also explains why wealth management solutions like blind trusts have long been accepted as workable resolutions to problems of conflict of interest. But it certainly doesn’t provide clearance for all profits derived from discretionary, “fair-market-value” transactions where the president is obviously and individually on one end of the sale.

 

The Justice Department Defines “Emoluments” Too Narrowly

A key move in the Justice Department’s brief is to rely heavily on a point of dubious significance: it asserts that “in every published OLC or Comptroller General opinion in which proposed conduct was determined to involve prohibited emoluments, the determination involved an employment relationship (or a relationship akin to an employment relationship) with the foreign government.”

If you think about it, there’s at least one common-sense explanation for the limited precedent: In general, the government employees on whose behalf these opinions were sought probably didn’t own hotel chains, lucrative licensing agreements, or hundreds of trademarks from which they derived significant foreign-based or domestic government-based income. Their thing of value, as civil servants, was their skill set, and thus the relevant question was whether they were constitutionally permitted to lend out that skill set to foreign governments or organizations with foreign state ties for payment.

A 1986 OLC opinion written by then-Deputy Assistant Attorney General Samuel Alito cuts against the assertion that whether the profit in question is derived from employment or personal services should be, by itself, dispositive. There, Alito determined that a NASA employee could indeed accept a fee for reviewing a PhD candidate's thesis for an Australian university. To get to this conclusion, Alito made two significant moves. First, uncertain as to whether a public university should be regarded a "foreign state," Alito instead decided to turn to the features of the proposed consultancy and consider whether they "raise[d] the kind of concern . . . that motivated" the prohibition’s enactment. This marks a functional, purpose-driven approach to the question of permissible benefits. Second, he suggested the following facts weigh against finding the fee a prohibited emolument: (1) the NASA scientist was not selected because of his position with the U.S. government, (2) the fee was an ordinary amount given the service to be rendered, (3) there was no reason for the officer to have "direct contact" with the university officials, and (4) the consultancy was "limited both in time and in substantive scope," and no "continuing relationship" was anticipated.

Note that the fact the scientist would be acting in an employment or personal services capacity did not automatically render the payment an emolument. This is the key takeaway from this opinion, and it is at odds with the Justice Department’s claim that employment is the make-or-break issue when it comes to determining whether a benefit or payment is an emolument. Second, consider the implications of the first and fourth points Alito highlighted. The scientist’s selection for the job and associated payment had nothing to do with his U.S. office, which is not a conclusion that can be readily drawn about the services purchased by foreign and state government employees newly flocking to Trump International Hotel. It may suggest the permissibility of accepting profits from truly routine transactions by truly routine hotel customers, including some government diplomats—but this possibility is undercut by Alito’s reference to the extremely limited nature of the permitted relationship and transaction in question.

The Justice Department is understandably leaning hard on the idea that an emolument must be received specifically as a function of office or employment. After all, without this very specific qualification, its argument for the permissibility of accepting profits from ordinary transactions falls apart. Two OLC opinions make this clear.

A 1982 OLC opinion determined that the Foreign Emoluments Clause barred an employee of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission from working on his leave time for an American firm contracted by a Mexican government agency to review the design of a government-owned nuclear power plant. And a 1993 OLC opinion concluded that law firm partners serving as non-government advisors on the Administrative Conference of the United States could not accept partnership earnings “where some portion of that share is derived from the partnership’s representation of a foreign government” without triggering the constitutional prohibition. In the 1993 opinion, the OLC actually dismissed the argument that the conference member was not subject to the foreign government's “control” as “not decisive.” Instead, the OLC concluded that the portion of partnership profits the conference member would receive "would be a function of the amount paid to the firm by the foreign government," such that "the partnership would in effect be a conduit for that government." Acceptance of that portion of income was therefore a prohibited emolument (OLC reconsidered this opinion in 2010, but only with respect to whether the members held an “Office of . . . Trust” for purposes of the Foreign Emoluments Clause).

In these opinions, the OLC simply did not care that there was nothing out of the ordinary about the payments in these cases from a transactional or fair-market perspective. This runs contrary to the crux of the Justice Department’s argument for the innocuousness of Trump’s business-related foreign and domestic government income.

The textual kicker in all this is that even accepting the Justice Department’s insistence that “emolument” is best read to mean “profit arising from an office or employ” (Barclay’s A Complete and Universal English Dictionary on a New Plan (1774)), it doesn’t follow that all ordinary business transactions are okay: What if those transactions are, in number or value, enhanced by the prestige of the president’s office? Couldn’t the profit thereby derived then constitute “profit arising from an office or employ”? [Update, 5:17 pm: This is a line of argument that Marty Lederman compellingly and more thoroughly details here.]

It is to prevent this reading that the Justice Department argues that prohibited benefits must arise not just from the office but from the provision of services pursuant to that office. But this argument relies on a stunted conception of the power that an "Office of Profit or Trust" confers. To lift an example wholesale from Ben Wittes: If Trump owned a nondescript hotdog truck outside the White House that charged the same price for hotdogs as any other foodtruck and sold them to some incidental foreign customers, that would not be problematic under this definition of emoluments. If the truck were Trump-branded and either charged inflated prices or enjoyed inflated sales because Trump is president, and Saudi potentates lined up to put cash in his register, that would seem to constitute impermissible “profit arising from an office,” as a textual matter and in view of the historic Comptroller and OLC perspective.

At base, this is what plaintiffs are claiming—that the profits Trump is enjoying “aris[es] from” his office—so “aris[e] from” may be a definitional phrase the Justice Department is interpreting too narrowly. Trump’s status as the most powerful man in the world affects his business transactions, which are self-branded to boot. Not only is he enjoying booming business at his exclusive properties, in part thanks to foreign guests reportedly seeking to get in the president’s good graces, but he has also won Chinese trademark protection that, according to plaintiffs, he would not have received had he not become president.

Finally, on a practical note, notice the perverse upshot of the Justice Department’s fixation on employment and personal services as the place where the river divides. This assertion that payment for goods and business-related services is permissible but payment for employment and “personal services” is not means that a president can’t profit off his brain or body when it comes to cash from foreign sources or U.S. government entities, but can, without limitation, profit off the brains and bodies of those he can afford to employ in his private capacity. It’s what you might call a constitutional free pass for super-rich presidents.

The Comptroller and OLC opinions do not support such a result. They repudiate it.

***

Ultimately, the Justice Department’s view of emoluments marks a departure from the public Comptroller and OLC opinions in at least two critical respects. First, the new position is a clear abrogation of the practical “spirit of the Constitution” analysis on which the Comptroller and OLC have consistently relied to ensure a stringent rather than forgiving interpretation of what constitutes an impermissible benefit or undue influence (see, e.g., 1955 Comptroller Opinion, 1981 OLC Opinion, 1983 Comptroller Opinion; see also OLC 1962, noting “the sweeping nature of the constitutional prohibition”; OLC 1980, citing 1902 Attorney General Opinion stating the Foreign Emoluments Clause is “directed against every kind of influence by foreign governments upon officers of the United States” and the “prohibition should be given the broadest possible scope and application”). Second, the Justice Department’s quite specific argument that the president can profit from employing people to do business with foreign countries and government entities in the United States amounts to a strange carve-out, one that allows extremely wealthy officers with people in their employ to cash out as they wish on the advantages that the prestige of their office confers, without any consideration whatsoever of the sources of that cash. This interpretation is flatly at odds with executive branch tradition: I have yet to see a single opinion that has permitted an officer to collect profits even arguably enhanced by the power of his office, much less categorically benefit from discretionary, price-indeterminant transactions that foreign governments and U.S. government entities may enter into at will.

Note the issues I did not address here. What is not (yet) a point of debate in these particular lawsuits is whether these constitutional provisions apply to the president at all. The Domestic Emoluments Clause applies to the president by its express terms, and in its recent motion, the Justice Department doesn’t dispute CREW's claim, or the OLC’s preexisting determination, that the more obliquely phrased Foreign Emoluments Clause applies to the president as well (and notwithstanding the occasional argument to the contrary).

In addition, as the suits proceed in federal court, we can expect much of the legal discussion to focus on jurisdictional hurdles. There’s a strong argument that the courts don’t have a role to play, and that presidential corruption rising to the level of an emoluments violation is a political question whose resolution properly lies with Congress. Though the congressional suit spearheaded by Senator Richard Blumenthal and Representative John Conyers, Jr. alleges that Trump has failed to come to Congress for requisite permission in accepting foreign emoluments, Congress’s best recourse be impeachment proceedings. (Or if it so chose, Congress could avail itself of a lot of options short of impeachment, but in the words of Charles Black, Jr., circa 1974, “what an enormous if.” Recall that the House of Representatives has the power to demand Trump’s tax returns but has not exercised it.)

But as for the substantive question of whether the Comptroller and OLC of yore would have signed off on the Justice Department’s blessing of all monies flowing in by way of business transactions, the answer is “no.”


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          Pops and O.P. - "You Go To My Head"   
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“Louis Armstrong  was the father of “vernacular music,” which was made possible by the microphone.  Anyone with any kind of contemporary rhythmic concept —be they singer, instrumentalist, or composer-arranger— owes a debt to Armstrong.  By the way, my favorite Armstrong performance, both playing and singing, is his 1957 recording of “You Go To My Head” with Oscar Peterson. If you want to understand where Miles Davis came from, and why Armstrong is still relevant today, listen to this.  I often play it for students, and many of them find it a life-changing record.”
- Bill Kirchner, Jazz musician


Returning to the subject of favorite recordings, Louis Armstrong Meets Oscar Peterson [825 713-2] has been included in that group since Verve released it in 1957.


Louis’ meeting with Oscar Peterson's trio, is as Richard Cook and Brian Morton in The Penguin Guide to Jazz on CD, 6th Ed “perhaps a mixed success, but nevertheless an intriguing disc.”


Peterson can't altogether avoid his besetting pushiness, yet he's just as often sotto voce [a quiet or understated voice; literally “under the voice”] in accompaniment, and on the slower tunes especially - Sweet Lorraine and Lets Fall In Love and You Go To My Head.”


But the important point here is that “the chemistry works, and Louis is certainly never intimidated.”


I also agree with them when they assert: “It’s good to hear [Pops] on material more obviously 'modern' than he normally tackled and, although he sometimes gets the feel of a song wrong, he finds a surprising spin tor several of the lyrics.”


But I think, the most important point to be made in its favor is that, thanks again to the intercession of impresario Norman Granz in, that the album exists!


How many times have you heard friends’ remarks about Wish List recordings - “Gee, I wonder what it would have sounded like to have so-and-so performing with such-and-such - while knowing that the reality is that’s never going to happen because those artists are no longer with us?


I’ve often longed for a Louis Armstrong-Art Tatum recording, but that never happened, either. Thankfully, this one did, especially since Oscar Peterson gets a close to Tatum as anyone ever did.


Put another way, although a modern stylist and very much his own man, Peterson’s homage to Tatum is very much apparent in his playing and is what I think that Cook-Morton are referring to when they mention Oscar’s “besettling pushiness.” But that’s not the way I hear it. What’s on display here is a great accompanist offering his talents to a great soloist, one very much deserving of his respect.


More about the special nature of Louis Armstrong Meets Oscar Peterson [Verve 825 713-2] is revealed in Leonard Feather's liner notes from the original LP release of this material:


"When I was a kid," Louis Armstrong says, "I used to go singing around in churches or choirs or on street corners. You'd get four hustlers on a corner who could make a sharp quartet. 1 was about seven years old when I started singing. We'd pass the hat and sometimes we'd make as much as $1.50 a night. That was like $150 a night now"


This recollection places Satchmo's vocal career ahead of his horn-blowing life by several years and means that he has been singing, for pleasure and money, over half a century. Since today his popularity with the general public can be credited even more to his singing than to the trumpet that originally made him a globally known figure, and since the present album is basically a set of vocal performances, it is interesting to note that this thorny, rock-bottomed approach to the use of the human voice predated (and in a sense predicted) similar melodic and rhythmic nuances on the cornet and trumpet.


As George Avakian pointed out in The Jazz Makers (Grove Press), Louis "developed a whole school of jazz singing, based on a literal interpretation of the folk and blues singers' approach to the voice as an instrument. Louis showed that the emotional meaning of o lyric can be expressed through vocal inflections and improvisations of a purely instrumental quality just as effectively — more so, in fact — as through words. This line of development paralleled the growth of his instrumental influence. It still embraces every jazz and popular singer today"


All this can be applied at full strength to the dozen interpretations on these sides of material that generally falls in the popular song category. What Louis may lack in clear understanding of the lyrics' meaning in occasional lines is more than compensated by his overall feeling for the mood of both lyrics and melody. And there are, of course, additional virtues in the presence of his companions. The Oscar Peterson Trio Plus One (Louis Bellson again rounds out the rhythm section as he did on previous albums in which Oscar's trio played for Louis, Ella Fitzgerald and others) is perhaps the most perfectly integrated rhythmic unit of its kind in contemporary jazz.

Peterson's background is about as different from Louis' as Admiral Byrd's from Dr. Livingstone's; yet it is this very contrast, and the eclectic quality in his work, that makes him the ideal accompanist, for any singer or instrumentalist of any jazz school. What Louis learned on the streets and in the Waifs' Home in New Orleans has its best possible complement in what Oscar learned during rigorous classical studies north of the border. Neither had to bend a millimeter in musical concession to the other; the blend of spontaneous musicianship and academic knowledge was natural and immediate.


All the songs in this are from 15 to 30 years old; all have been used extensively by jazzmen, though in several instances Louis had never before recorded them. ...


You Go To My Head is, unless memory fails, Louis' first recorded performance of a number he could and should have introduced as soon as it was published, over 20 years ago. Perhaps in an effort to compensate for keeping us waiting so long, he plays an entire chorus and sings another. Not since Billie Holiday has there been a comparable sympathetic treatment….


Hearing Louis in the un-frilled, ungimmicked setting of the Oscar Peterson rhythm section will be a treat for those who have often seen him in person and wished for fewer encumbrances. Basically Louis needs nobody but Louis — he could stand all alone in the middle of the Sahara, singing selected excerpts from the Tunis telephone directory, and we suspect he could make it for a week without food and water. But if there must be someone else, let it be the man whose team made this
session such a happy occasion for all concerned. The meeting of Armstrong and Peterson marked one of the most catalytic moments since the day when Peterson met Norman Granz.”


Of You Go To My Head, Ted Gioia has written in The Jazz Standards: A Guide to the Repertoire [Oxford]


You Go to My Head
Composed by J. Fred Coots, with lyrics by Haven Gillespie


“In 1934, this same songwriting duo collaborated on "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town," which endeared itself to Mom and Dad by getting countless youngsters to move from the naughty to nice cohort group. Four years later, some of those nice kids had grown up, but I'm confident few parents encouraged their headstrong teens to follow the lead of the new Gillespie-Coots hit "You Go to My Head." This song was a paean to romantic infatuation, packed with similes relating love to booze; in the course of a few bars — musical ones, that is, not those called "Dew Drop Inn" — we get references to champagne, burgundy, and a kicker of julep. Indeed, this song comes closer than any tune I know to capturing in musical form the feeling of losing control.


If the words were a bit too sophisticated for the kids, so was the music. "You Go to My Head" is an intricately constructed affair with plenty of harmonic movement. The song starts in a major key, but from the second bar onward, Mr. Coots seems intent on creating a feverish dream quality tending more to the minor mode. The release builds on the drama, and the final restatement holds some surprises as well. The piece would be noteworthy even if it lacked such an exquisite coda, but those last eight bars convey a sense of resigned closure to the song that fittingly matches the resolution of the lyrics.


Four artists had hit records with this song during the summer 051938. Larry Clinton's version was the biggest success, reaching as high as #3, but Teddy Wilson, Billie Holiday, and Glen Gray's Casa Loma Orchestra each enjoyed placement in the top 20 with their releases. The song fell out of circulation during the early 19403, but was widely covered during the second half of the decade, with artists from a range of stylistic camps — including Dizzy Gillespie, Gene Krupa, Lena Home, Coleman Hawkins, Dave Brubeck, Artie Shaw, and Lennie Tristano — bringing their individual talents to bear on it.


Vocalists tend to take this song at a "deep ballad" tempo, sometimes so extremely slow that they test the competence of the rhythm section to maintain a sense of swing while moving along at less than 40 beats per minute. Check out the recordings by Betty Carter and Shirley Horn for examples of how this can work when the instrumentalists on hand match the skill of the singer. In contrast, Bill Evans — whom one might expect to linger over the chart — delivers a simmering hard bop treatment on his 1962 Interplay album, helped along by Jim Hall and Freddie Hubbard.


Dave Brubeck and Paul Desmond take a different approach in their 1952 duet performance from Storyville, mixing romanticism and cerebral deconstruction in equal doses. Desmond had such fondness for this recording that when he and Brubeck reunited for a duet project in 1975, he wanted to showcase "You Go to My Head" again, and the song served as the emotional centerpiece of the resulting album. Both versions are worth hearing, but the earlier track is especially revealing of the simpatico relationship between these two artists, and is my favorite performance from their work for the Fantasy label.”


Here’s a video of Pops and OP performing You Go to My Head.




          Cook Supervisor - Sebastian County Jail   
AR-Fort Smith, Overview: About Aramark Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Compan
          Prices rise, partitions fall under new Utah liquor law   
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- A trendy downtown Salt Lake City seafood restaurant started business Saturday with glass-smashing and champagne, a symbolic gesture in its emancipation from Utah's so-called "Zion Curtains" alcohol law....
          Trainee Production Supervisor - TWI Foods Inc. - Toronto, ON   
Production supervisor is required to check & verify the following reports & highlights to his reporting managers for onward action:....
From Indeed - Fri, 17 Mar 2017 16:59:21 GMT - View all Toronto, ON jobs
          Kevin Hart's coming to Philly next week for public 'Kevin Hart Day' celebration   
The free public celebration and "family fun event" complete with food, games, music and a mural dedication from Mural Arts Philadelphia is planned for Thursday, July 6, which is also Hart's birthday.
          The Battle Raging for Your Grocery Money   
The announcement of Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods was a big deal, but it also has raised the profile of a war that’s been raging in the grocery business for years now. Americans seem to have become more price conscious and that has bolstered low-price stores like Aldi. They’ve also become more focused on online […]
          Blue Apron IPO Flounders   
“After 2 months of Blue Apron @ $10/serving, customers can always return to the Trader Joe’s freezer case, and a nice social experience, @ $2.79 per serving,” writes a commenter at WSJ re: food delivery IPO from Blue Apron which looks to be having trouble attracting investors. The company had hoped for shares to sell for between $15 […]
          Manager, Plant - Weston Foods - Maplehurst, NB   
Build a competent team by communicating corporate objectives and expectations to direct reports and provide overall project management support to ensure...
From Weston Foods - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 14:40:20 GMT - View all Maplehurst, NB jobs
          Replenishment Manager, Wal-mart - Weston Foods - Maplehurst, NB   
Monitors industry trends, best practices, and regulatory issues as they relate to specific area(s) of responsibility and shares learning’s, as appropriate, with...
From Weston Foods - Wed, 17 May 2017 10:09:44 GMT - View all Maplehurst, NB jobs
          Production Team Leader - Weston Foods - Maplehurst, NB   
Provide direct supervision and motivation to team members. 105 Duke Drive, Lebanon, Tennessee, 37090....
From Weston Foods - Wed, 17 May 2017 22:09:17 GMT - View all Maplehurst, NB jobs
          Assistant Manager - Domino's - King, NC   
Staffing, Paperwork, Cost Controls, Cash control, Food management, Work to a Schedule, Perfect Image and adherence to standards, Great Customer Service,...
From Domino's - Sat, 15 Apr 2017 13:50:08 GMT - View all King, NC jobs
          Production Supervisor - Weston Foods - Maplehurst, NB   
Plant environment – temperature change as work area directs. 1605 County Hospital Road, Nashville, Tennessee, 37218....
From Weston Foods - Thu, 25 May 2017 20:35:41 GMT - View all Maplehurst, NB jobs
          General Manager - Domino's - King, NC   
Staffing, Paperwork, Cost Controls, Cash control, Food management, Work to a Schedule, Perfect Image and adherence to standards, Great Customer Service,...
From Domino's - Sat, 15 Apr 2017 13:50:07 GMT - View all King, NC jobs
          Supervisor, Production - Weston Foods - Maplehurst, NB   
Providing direct supervision and motivation to employees. 50 Maplehurst Drive, Brownsburg, Indiana, 46112....
From Weston Foods - Wed, 17 May 2017 10:09:54 GMT - View all Maplehurst, NB jobs
          Import Export Specialist - McCain Foods (Canada) - Florenceville, NB   
Renewing company Standard Carrier Alpha Code and Commercial Vehicle Transponders for all McCain Canada commercial vehicles, aircraft and trucks....
From McCain - Sat, 27 May 2017 08:57:41 GMT - View all Florenceville, NB jobs
          10 ways to make fast food healthier for your kids   
Here are tips, tricks and strategies for dining at fast food restaurants with your kids:
          General Applications to all Stores in BC - Urban Fare - British Columbia   
Western Canada's leading food and consumer goods retailer is looking for great people for future opportunities. We are always looking for new team members so
From Urban Fare - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 23:54:24 GMT - View all British Columbia jobs
          Friend enemy   
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Welcome this is the best soap opera´s TV channel. Today... the history of two friends, what love the same man: FRIENDS ENEMY Niza and Diana be the best friends, Diana love David, and David love´s Diana. One day Dian arrived at home with David; and Niza is in the house so she saw David and felt in love with him. Niza: Hello David how are you? I´am Diana´s best friend. David: Nice tooneet you. Diana: Let´s to go the kitchen and prepare some food. Diana observed thast what her friend had a special thing going on for her boyfriend. Niza: Hey David come here go with me to get my pet. David: But.. Niza: please, let´s do it fast. David: o.k! While Diana and David went to the cinema then to the park, and to the store afterwards, Niza came along with them. Diana felt sad and with a broken heart, so she decided to speak with her friend Niza. Diana: Niza I need to speak with you. Niza: whit me? what happened? Diana: Are you in love with my boyfriend? Niza: Excuse/me??? are you crazy? Diana: No, but. I can see you glance at thim take your. Niza: I am your friend don´t make a eyes from David!! horrible thing Diana: Dont lie to me! Niza: O.K. I really like your boyfriend very much. Diana: You not my friend, I hate you! Niza: I´m sorry, but... Diana: Get out of my house!
          Front End Service Clerk Time - Loblaw Companies Limited - Montague, PE   
Auto req ID 60991BR Job Category Corporate Stores Job Function - External Posting Customer Service - Food/Grocery Public Job Title Front End Service Clerk...
From Loblaw - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 15:30:56 GMT - View all Montague, PE jobs
          Part Time HMR Clerk - Loblaw Companies Limited - Montague, PE   
Auto req ID 70086BR Job Category Corporate Stores Job Function - External Posting Customer Service - Food/Grocery Public Job Title Part Time HMR Clerk...
From Loblaw - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 15:30:28 GMT - View all Montague, PE jobs
          Deli Service Clerk Part Time - Loblaw Companies Limited - Montague, PE   
Auto req ID 60995BR Job Category Corporate Stores Job Function - External Posting Customer Service - Food/Grocery Public Job Title Deli Service Clerk Part...
From Loblaw - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 15:30:30 GMT - View all Montague, PE jobs
          Part Time BakeryClerk - Loblaw Companies Limited - Montague, PE   
Auto req ID 60708BR Job Category Corporate Stores Job Function - External Posting Customer Service - Food/Grocery Public Job Title Part Time BakeryClerk...
From Loblaw - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 15:30:30 GMT - View all Montague, PE jobs
          Salad Bar Clerk Part Time - Loblaw Companies Limited - Montague, PE   
Auto req ID 69744BR Job Category Corporate Stores Job Function - External Posting Customer Service - Food/Grocery Public Job Title Salad Bar Clerk Part...
From Loblaw - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 15:30:30 GMT - View all Montague, PE jobs
          Assistant F&B Manager - Gauteng   
KEMPTON PARK, Very busy Casino resort looking for 2 assistant Food and beverage managers. One will be responsible for the 4 different hotel restaurants, the... R15 000 a month
From LodgeStaff.com - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 12:03:12 GMT - View all Gauteng jobs
          Duty Manager Food and Beverage - HotelJobs.co.za - Bedfordview, Gauteng   
Our Client requires an assertive, self-disciplined and innovative Duty Manager Food and Beverage with previous experience within the Hospitality industry. R23 000 a month
From HotelJobs.co.za - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 08:59:08 GMT - View all Bedfordview, Gauteng jobs
          Supervisor in a Fast Food Outlet in Monte Casino - Gumtree.co.za - Johannesburg, Gauteng   
Frame Grilled Chicken outlet located in Monte casino food court in Fourways is looking for a full time supervisor to operationally run the shop, the staff and...
From Gumtree ZA - Thu, 08 Jun 2017 02:30:25 GMT - View all Johannesburg, Gauteng jobs
          Himmel's Church members participate in TEAMeffort   
<p>SUBMITTED PHOTO</p><p>Youth and adult members and friends of Himmel’s Church traveled to volunteer for TEAMeffort at its Blue Knob location for a work and worship camp. The group included Wesley Long, Sadie Walshaw, Cassie Snyder, Kylie Troutman, Kayla Bohner, Arletta Ney, Crystal Bohner, Dillon Bohner, Cody Ebersole, Emily Shepley, Traci Troutman, Kaitlyn Troutman, Autumn Bohner, Sarah Snyder and Bill Ney.</p>

REBUCK — Youth and adult members and friends of Himmel’s Church traveled to volunteer for TEAMeffort at its Blue Knob location. They did outdoor cleanup at a home, scraping and painting at a church and some work at a food bank.

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          Comment on Best health food store (single location) by fruit and vegetable supplements   
I feel like to have a try of it.
          Comment on Best grocery (chain) by Latham Louie   
Hannaford's prices are lower than Price Chopper's overall. But as mentioned, the Hannaford produce is not as good as PC. Where Price Chopper really beats Hannaford is in the hot foods and salad to go sections especially in the PC's where you can sit down like Latham. I stopped at the Price Chopper on Albany Shaker Road recently. It's a cramped dump!
          Prices rise, partitions fall under new Utah liquor law   
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- A trendy downtown Salt Lake City seafood restaurant started business Saturday with glass-smashing and champagne, a symbolic gesture in its emancipation from Utah&apos;s so-called &quot;Zion Curtains&quot; alcohol law....
          Team Member: Food Champion - Taco Bell | Taco Bell Corporate - Hialeah Gardens, FL   
You enjoy people and providing friendly, accurate service to customers as well as your teammates and managers. Key responsibilities include greeting customers
From Taco Bell - Sat, 10 Jun 2017 07:43:19 GMT - View all Hialeah Gardens, FL jobs
          Junk food for an hour, or a body for life time, your decision.   

When we look good, we feel good and this is a circle of health and fitness. Physical exercise and good diet is way to fitness. They go hand in hand. To fuel our daily activities, we need a well-balanced diet along with regular exercise. It gives the required calories and nutrients for our body. Choosing

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          Adding Intelligence to Ad Delivery    
Interesting that the 'Show' version of Alexa, with a screen,  is attracting advertisers.  Consider that this can add intelligence for the consumer with the delivery of adds.   Images are likely expected. Video in particular.   Here am talking about the process that the consumer might need to use the product.   Food recipes are an obvious example.   DIY products and services as well.   Via specifically designed skills to support the message.   A form of engagement with value exchange.   Others?

Scripps, Time Inc. Among Media Companies Starting Shows on Amazon's New Echo  By Garett Sloane in Adage

Streaming video services are sometimes called "over the top" because they skip over the cable box to reach consumers. Now publishers are going over the counter top with original programs for the new Amazon Echo that comes with a screen.

On Wednesday, Scripps Networks Interactive' Food Network and Time Inc.'s People introduced apps for the device, called the Amazon Echo Show.  .... " 
          An Alaskan Speaks about Bear Spray   
Bear spray canisters and holsters
(Udap brand).
A spate of incidents in Alaska (and the Northern Rockies) have some people asking, "Does bear spray work?"

Alaska news-blogger Craig Medred has posted on this repeatedly. The main issue seems to be that minority of black bears (not griz) who turn predator, but grizzlies are always of concern as well.
Twenty-seven-year-old Erin Johnson from Anchorage died June 19 after she and a coworker were attacked by a predatory black bear while doing environmental studies in brushy forest about five miles from the state’s largest underground gold mine. . .
Sean Farley, a bear researcher and wildlife physiologist with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, emphasized that bear spray has proven hugely effective on charging bears, especially charging grizzlies.

But he noted the physical state of those bears. They charge with eyes wide open, nostrils flaring and often huffing air into their lungs. They are fully exposed to the active ingredient in the spray – oleoresin capsicum, an oily extract from the pepper plant.
Unlike tear gas, which appears to work poorly on bears, capsicum causes more than just irritation to the eyes. Inhaled, it inflames airways making it temporarily harder to breathe and from what is known about research on humans, it might do even more than that.

A charging grizzly is likely to get a big dose of capsicum. That is not necessarily the case for a predatory bear. . . . Farley describes predatory bears as approaching with eyes squinting, mouths shut and  nostrils narrowed. They come in like bears approaching beehives ready to suffer a bit to get the food they want. Their physical preparations would serve to minimize the dose of spray hitting the bear.
The post goes on to talk about risk-assessment: "Statistically, you are orders of magnitude more likely to die in a motor vehicle or boating accident in Alaska than to be attacked by a bear, let alone killed by one." But fear of bears is more primal than fear of motorboats.

And there is speculation on the changing nature of predators world-wide. Read it all.

The big about bears approaching beehives reminded me of when my late brother-in-law was raising hogs on his farm in southeastern Missouri. His was a small operation, maybe a dozen or so at a time, partly for the family and partly for sale.

He told me about one particular hog that would bust through an electric fence. The pig knew that it would get shocked, so it started squealing before it hit the fence, but it still wanted to break through more than it did not want to be shocked. There is no reason why some bear might not take the same attitude toward bear spray.

I still carry it at appropriate times, however. It also works well on overly aggressive dogs. And I see that Medred still carries it too.
          Culinary arts scholarships   
Culinary Arts Scholarships - Discover how this scholarship can set you up for a rewarding career in the art of Food preparation!
          General Production - 1st Shift - Smithfield Foods - Milan, MO   
Using, cleaning, maintaining, and safe handling of sharp cutting tools. This job description indicates the nature of production work routinely performed by...
From Smithfield Foods - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 18:00:45 GMT - View all Milan, MO jobs
          Hog Receiver (Unloading/Tattoo) 2nd Shift - Smithfield Foods - Milan, MO   
Using, cleaning, maintaining, and safe handling of sharp cutting tools. Unload Hog trucks....
From Smithfield Foods - Sat, 01 Jul 2017 00:13:34 GMT - View all Milan, MO jobs
          Restaurant Maintenance - Taco Bell | Charter Foods, Inc. - Delmont, PA   
HVAC/R Maintenance Our maintenance technicians provide year round ongoing preventative maintenance and repair of kitchen equipment and HVAC/R within our
From Taco Bell - Fri, 16 Jun 2017 07:34:35 GMT - View all Delmont, PA jobs
          General Production - 1st Shift - Smithfield Foods - Milan, MO   
Postura constante y difícil con flexion de cuello y espina dorsal mientras agarra, pellizca, hala, levanta r , extiende, dobla r las manos y los brazos para...
From Smithfield Foods - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 18:00:45 GMT - View all Milan, MO jobs
          Hog Receiver (Unloading/Tattoo) 2nd Shift - Smithfield Foods - Milan, MO   
Postura constante y difícil con flexion de cuello y espina dorsal mientras agarra, pellizca, hala, levanta r , extiende, dobla r las manos y los brazos para...
From Smithfield Foods - Sat, 01 Jul 2017 00:13:34 GMT - View all Milan, MO jobs
           McColl’s a key player in Sainsbury’s supply contract    
Sainsbury’s is known to be scouring the market for a lucrative deal in the convenience store and wholesale food market which could include a takeover.
          Meat Manager - Federated Co-operatives Limited (33947) - Gravelbourg, SK   
Reporting to the Gravelbourg Food Store Manager, the responsibilities of this position requires a strong team leader that can grow sales, mentor the meat...
From Federated Co-operatives Limited (33947) - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 00:23:18 GMT - View all Gravelbourg, SK jobs
          KFC Shift Supervisor - KBP Foods - King, NC   
If you’re ready for a career in restaurant management, our Shift Supervisor position is the right place to start....
From KBP Foods - Sat, 29 Apr 2017 08:29:39 GMT - View all King, NC jobs
          Comment on No, The Trinity is Not Like a Fidget Spinner by Gary   
This, I like. My only regret is that Trinity Sunday was last week. So I have a whole year to wait before I can get some Neopolitan ice cream to celebrate. How can you go wrong with food and theology.
          Royal Jelly - Food Fit For A Queen   
ROYAL JELLY IS ANOTHER AMAZING SUBSTANCE FROM THE INCREDIBLE BEE HIVE. ITS THE ONLY FOOD THAT THE QUEEN BEE EATS, AND SHE GROWS TO 5 TIMES THE SIZE OF THE WORKERS, LIVES 50 TIMES LONGER, AND LAYS UP TO 2,000 EGGS PER DAY. ROYAL JELLY IS THEREFORE ASSOCIATED WITH FERTILITY AND LONGEVITY. LONG LIVE THE QUEEN! WEVE PUT TOGETHER THE ULTIMATE PACKAGE WITH A 6 MONTH SUPPLY OF ROYAL JELLY, PLUS ANOTHER 2 MONTH SUPPLY FOR FREE!.
          Best Seller - Free NatureBee   
NATUREBEE POTENTIATED BEE POLLEN IS A SUPER FOOD WITH A BROAD RANGE OF NUTRIENTS. NATUREBEE IS LIKE A HEALTH FOOD STORE IN A CAPSULE. IT CONTAINS A BROAD SPECTRUM OF NUTRIENTS THAT ARE ESSENTIAL FOR HUMAN SURVIVAL! TODAY SCIENTISTS DESCRIBE POLLEN AS A COMPLETE FOOD. BEE POLLEN CONTAINS ALL NUTRIENTS ESSENTIAL FOR HUMAN SURVIVAL! THE HUMAN BODY IS MADE UP OF 22 ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS AND POLLEN IS THE ONLY FOOD THAT HAS EACH AND EVERY ONE OF THEM. WEVE PUT TOGETHER THE ULTIMATE PACKAGE WITH A 3 MONTH SUPPLY OF NATUREBEE POTENTIATED BEE POLLEN, PLUS ANOTHER 1 MONTH SUPPLY FOR FREE!.
          Cashier and Cook - Cedar Rail Drive in Restaurant (Harriston, ON) - Harriston, ON   
You must be able to cook and do food preparation. Cedar Rail Drive in Restaurant (Harriston, ON) is looking for Crew Members to work in our fast pace restaurant...
From Indeed - Wed, 14 Jun 2017 03:35:58 GMT - View all Harriston, ON jobs
          Cook - Owen Sound Retirement - Owen Sound, ON   
Meal preparation for approximately 55 residents. Able to prepare different diet textures eg, minced and puree according to residents care plans. Safe Food
From Indeed - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 16:19:45 GMT - View all Owen Sound, ON jobs
          Driver - Rage Inc - Elkin, NC   
Independence, good music and great food – with tips! You should know how to read a map and find your way around your delivery area. Dress the part:....
From Rage Inc - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 08:18:03 GMT - View all Elkin, NC jobs
          Driver - Rage Inc - King, NC   
Independence, good music and great food – with tips! You should know how to read a map and find your way around your delivery area. Dress the part:....
From Rage Inc - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 08:17:42 GMT - View all King, NC jobs
          Comment on Banana Oatmeal Cookies by Jenifer   
Hey there! Just came across this recipe and it looks like it calls for 4 teaspoons of nutmeg. I'm getting question marks in weird places in the text, so maybe I'm not seeing it right. But I remembered something I heard on Food Network years ago, too much nutmeg is toxic. Apparently they have researchers who check the safety of recipes before airing; they gave the example of how one with too much nutmeg got cut. Just wanted to throw that info out there. I looked it up before writing this and saw 2-3 teaspoons can be toxic. Still saving the recipe, but will switch most of the nutmeg with cinnamon and cloves. :)
          Delivery Driver - Las Vegas Pizza LLC - Las Vegas, NV   
Independence, good music and great food – with tips! You’re a fun and friendly person who values customers and takes absolute pride in everything you do....
From Las Vegas Pizza LLC - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 08:23:51 GMT - View all Las Vegas, NV jobs
          Pizza Delivery Driver - Pizza Hut High Plains Pizza Inc - Moab, UT   
Independence (KB note – can we say “flexibility” instead of “independence”?), good music, great food, and lots of fun - with tips!...
From Indeed - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 17:59:18 GMT - View all Moab, UT jobs
          Delivery Driver - SDS Restaurant Group, LLC - Louisburg, NC   
Independence, good music and great food – with tips! You should know how to read a map and find your way around your delivery area. Dress the part:....
From SDS Restaurant Group, LLC - Sat, 27 May 2017 08:17:49 GMT - View all Louisburg, NC jobs
          Driver - PCF Restaurant Group LLC - Pennsville, NJ   
Independence, good music and great food – with tips! You should know how to read a map and find your way around your delivery area. Dress the part:....
From PCF Restaurant Group LLC - Thu, 25 May 2017 08:36:07 GMT - View all Pennsville, NJ jobs
          Delivery Driver - EYM Group Inc. - Chicago, IL   
Independence, good music and great food – with tips! You should know how to read a map and find your way around your delivery area. Dress the part:....
From EYM Group Inc. - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 08:24:51 GMT - View all Chicago, IL jobs
          PH Delivery Driver - Muy! Companies - Santa Fe, TX   
Independence, good music and great food – with tips! You should know how to read a map and find your way around your delivery area. Dress the part:....
From Muy! Companies - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 08:32:40 GMT - View all Santa Fe, TX jobs
          PH Delivery Driver - Muy! Companies - Dickinson, TX   
Independence, good music and great food – with tips! You should know how to read a map and find your way around your delivery area. Dress the part:....
From Muy! Companies - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 08:32:50 GMT - View all Dickinson, TX jobs
          KFC Co-Manager – Hourly - KBP Foods - King, NC   
As a Co-Manager, you are second in command of a $1 million+ business. This job posting is for a position in a restaurant that is independently owned and...
From KBP Foods - Sat, 29 Apr 2017 08:29:39 GMT - View all King, NC jobs
          Maintenance Technician (1st and 2nd Shift) - Watershed Foods - Gridley, IL   
*Watershed Foods is immediately seeking experienced candidates for Maintenance Technician positions for our Maintenance Department due to our growing business
From Indeed - Tue, 27 Jun 2017 17:47:24 GMT - View all Gridley, IL jobs
          Food Service Worker Full-Time 6:30A-2:30P or 12P-8:30P (shift varies) - Palms West Hospital - Palm Beach - Loxahatchee, FL   
Palms West Hospital is located on a spacious 94-acre campus in Palm Beach County, just 12 miles from the Atlantic Ocean....
From HCA Inc - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 19:22:55 GMT - View all Loxahatchee, FL jobs
          CRM APAC Sales Director - Cargill - Singapore   
Position Purpose Cargill Risk Management (CRM) is a global leader in providing customized risk solutions to customers in food, feed, energy, metal and
From Cargill - Fri, 16 Jun 2017 12:49:23 GMT - View all Singapore jobs
          Prices rise, partitions fall under new Utah liquor law   
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- A trendy downtown Salt Lake City seafood restaurant started business Saturday with glass-smashing and champagne, a symbolic gesture in its emancipation from Utah&apos;s so-called &quot;Zion Curtains&quot; alcohol law....
          RealitySteve.com - My sarcastic, slanted, sophomoric, and skewed view on the world of reality television   
Re: paying vs going dutch I agree with Reality Steve on this one. About 5 years ago, I accepted a date with a guy that I was on the fence about (he seemed like a really nice guy, but I was only mildly attracted to him. Knowing that personality can make a real difference in a person's attractiveness, I gave him a chance and agreed to dinner). He picked the restaurant (a new hot spot where we live in L.A, and very expensive). The food wasn't great, and when the bill arrived, he said "we can split it". My part came to $80. I paid my share and didn't go out with him again (though he asked repeatedly and was genuinely confused when I turned him down). My feeling is - if you expect me to pay half, then at least let me, the woman, pick the restaurant! I'd rather pay $80 at a nice steakhouse and enjoy a good meal than pay for a meal that I don't enjoy. Years later, I ran into him and he told me that I was "the one that got away". All I could think was "of course you're still single, dude. Women aren't exactly swooning over guys that are just "ok looking" and ask you to split the bill". Since then, no one has ever asked me to go dutch. I guess he was just an outlier.
          Cook - Stamford Estates - Atria Management Canada, ULC - Ontario   
Document temperatures of food prior to service, refrigeration and freezer. Responsible for the preparation and cooking of food in the community....
From Atria Management Canada, ULC - Sat, 27 May 2017 15:10:47 GMT - View all Ontario jobs
          Customer Service Representative FT - Speedway LLC - Walnut Cove, NC   
Helps ensure proper stock levels, dating and rotation of all food products and supplies. Specializes in providing outstanding service to customers while running...
From Speedway LLC - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 08:39:53 GMT - View all Walnut Cove, NC jobs
          Customer Service Representative PT - Speedway LLC - Walnut Cove, NC   
Helps ensure proper stock levels, dating and rotation of all food products and supplies. Specializes in providing outstanding service to customers while running...
From Speedway LLC - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 08:39:51 GMT - View all Walnut Cove, NC jobs
          Specialist Foodservice FT - Speedway LLC - Walnut Cove, NC   
Helps ensure proper storage, dating and rotation of all food products and supplies. Provides outstanding service to all customers with a key focus on the...
From Speedway LLC - Sat, 18 Mar 2017 09:59:55 GMT - View all Walnut Cove, NC jobs
          Specialist Foodservice PT - Speedway LLC - Walnut Cove, NC   
Helps ensure proper storage, dating and rotation of all food products and supplies. Provides outstanding service to all customers with a key focus on the...
From Speedway LLC - Sat, 18 Mar 2017 09:59:53 GMT - View all Walnut Cove, NC jobs
          GBK, Food Network, Cooking Channel, and New York City Wine & Food Festival presented by Coca-Cola Hosted a Luxury "Thank You Lounge"   

The GBK "Thank You Lounge" at Pier 94 featured trendy gifts and internationally-recognized chefs and celebrities including Emeril Lagasse, Geoffrey Zakarian, Ayesha Curry, Bobby Flay, Neil Patrick Harris, David Burtka, Marc Murphy, Andrew Zimmern, Michael Symon, Whoopi Goldberg, and more.

(PRWeb October 18, 2016)

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2016/10/prweb13775090.htm


          Cooper Tire Styles ESPY Nominees and Well-Known Athletes at GBK’s Annual Celebrity Gift Lounge Honoring the ESPY Awards’ Nominees and Presenters   

There was an eclectic mix of sporty electronics & lifestyle brands with great food and music, creating a fun atmosphere to celebrate the accomplishments of the attendees.

(PRWeb July 14, 2016)

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2016/07/prweb13552882.htm


          Kvalitetsassistent/daglig koordinator søges (nyt opslag) - C&D FOODS (DENMARK) A/S - Esbjerg   
Vi har tidligere opslået en lignende stilling med ønsket om kandidater med ledererfaring. Grundet manglende ansøgere vælger vi nu at opslå stillingen i en ny
Fra Jobnet.dk - Sun, 11 Jun 2017 09:20:25 GMT - Vis alle Esbjerg job
          GBK Hosts the Official Thank You Lounge During the 2016 Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by FOOD & WINE   

Both celebrities and chefs visited GBK’s luxury gifting suite to scoop up some great gifts and enjoy one of the top festivities of the weekend.

(PRWeb March 01, 2016)

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          GBK Styles Athletes and Actors Alike at Their Annual Gift Lounge Honoring the ESPY Awards’ Nominees and Presenters   

There was an eclectic mix of sports and lifestyle brands with great food and music, creating a fun atmosphere to celebrate the awards show.

(PRWeb July 15, 2015)

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          GBK and Breeders’ Cup Host a Luxury Celebrity Gift Lounge Full of Luxury, Food and Fun in Celebration of the 2014 Breeders’ Cup World Championships   

Dozens of celebrity guests attended the lounge including Sylvester Stallone, Bo Derek, Elizabeth Banks, Rob Dyrdek, Laura Bell Bundy, Richie Sambora and more.

(PRWeb November 03, 2014)

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/11/prweb12296503.htm


          GBK and Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival presented by FOOD & WINE Hosted a Luxury ‘Thank You Lounge’ Featuring Culinary-Inspired Gifts and Trendy Finds   

Dozens of celebrity guests and internationally-recognized chefs attended the lounge including Paula Deen, Bobby Deen, Bethenny Frankel, Andrew Zimmern, Robert Irvine, Martha Stewart, Masaharu Morimoto, Marcus Samuelsson, Geoffrey Zakarian, Emeril Lagasse, Aarón Sánchez and more.

(PRWeb October 23, 2014)

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          Government & Industry Relations Manager - Syngenta - Canada   
Company helping to improve global food security by enabling millions of farmers. Syngenta is a leading agriculture....
From Syngenta - Sun, 07 May 2017 00:24:06 GMT - View all Canada jobs
          Territory Sales Representative - Maritimes - Syngenta - Canada   
Syngenta is a leading agriculture company helping to improve global food security by enabling millions of farmers to make better use of available resources....
From Syngenta - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 19:37:10 GMT - View all Canada jobs
          Warehouse Team Lead - Mama Earth Organics - Toronto, ON   
Our mission is to build a fully sustainable local food system, by delivering health and happiness to our members, our farmers, our team and the planet.... $20 an hour
From Indeed - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 19:05:08 GMT - View all Toronto, ON jobs
          Camp Chef - Camp Fincayra - Toronto, ON   
Communication with food distributors, local farmers and other suppliers. Summer Camp Chef.... $3,400 a month
From Indeed - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 00:45:35 GMT - View all Toronto, ON jobs
          WAREHOUSE PACKER - Fresh City Farms - Toronto, ON   
Fresh City is a city farm and online farmers market. We are building an alternative food system that works for farmers, eaters and the planet.... $13.30 an hour
From Fresh City Farms - Mon, 12 Jun 2017 19:52:41 GMT - View all Toronto, ON jobs
          30 Day Instant Pot Meal Plan Recipes   

30 Day Instant Pot Meal Plan Recipes The busy life of an adult can be exasperating. You are working all the time so you have to buy fast food. It’s expensive and not as good as the food you can make at home but you just don’t feel like you have the time. These 30 …

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          Apple Pie Monkey Bread Recipe   

Apple Pie Monkey Bread Recipe Breakfast is the meal that you can get away with anything as long as you actually eat in the morning. You have gone quite a few hours without eating and your body is ready for anything at this point. Sure you can do the whole pantry’s worth of food but …

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          Pan Seared Watermelon Steak Recipe   

Pan Seared Watermelon Steak Recipe The amazing factors of homemade cooking can change your perspective on the world. Just think off all of the healthy food and snacks out there. Some of the fringe meals are a little out there but still manageable right? When you think of healthy food, super foods come to mind. …

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          Misleading Theories Lead People Astray - Gardening and Theology   
 Pirate Bugs are tiny enemies of aphids.

Dr. Lito Cruz blogged about scientists and their theories. That reminded me about the agricultural experts discovering aspects of Creation that eluded them for the last century.

Synthetic fertilizer will make plants grow better, especially when the correct NPK ratio is observed for the crops, which vary in their needs.Nitrogen can make a plant grow without producing fruit. Most of us have put lawn fertilizer on grass and noticed how it became greener and denser. Conclusion - man-made fertilizer is good, even though the pioneering scientist - Liebig - saw that the original outcomes were misleading and the theory wrong. Never-mind, he launched an international industry.

Justus Liebig is Mr. N-P-K.
Nitrogen-Phosphorus-Potassium.


Only recently, soil scientists have taken note of the essential work of soil fungus, whose strands are thinner than a human hair and invisible to the naked eye. Moreover, fungal contributions cannot be easily observed in a lab.

Likewise, organic growers re-discovered the value of manure, mulch, and compost. They had good results, but gave more credit to the larger creatures of the soil -  like earthworms - than to the fungus they could not see. One earthworm per shovel of soil was considered a key  measure of fertility.

Now the scientists realize soil fungus has many powerful effects:
Breaking down the most complex plant compounds, like wood and bark;
Distributing useful chemicals and water to plants;
Fighting plant disease.

The log rotting on top of the soil is feeding many plants, attracting soil creatures, perhaps sheltering a toad, and providing bugs for bird food.

Others have argued that cover crops are essential for renewing the soil, because 75% of the organic matter in soil comes from roots.

Since these results can be measured scientifically, it is easy to compare the Liebig theory with Creation. Whether one starts from

  1. The complex relationship of fungus and soil microbes, or
  2. Replacing toxins with beneficial insects, or 
  3. The regeneration of soil through cover crops, or 
  4. Abandoning the plow - 

Creation explains why those new approaches work so well, whether among Christian believers or not, for the sun shines equally on the just and the unjust.

Dr. Cruz' article reminds me of a professor who knocked us off our assumptions that something was true because everyone said it was. He would offer something from Judaism and then point out the exceptions. He let us plant our flags on everyone's established truth, then blew up the assumption. His final observation was: "Every Harvard graduate gives the same test - short answer, matching, and an essay question." And I thought, "That's my Old Testament professor from Augustana."

 Where do we find cell groups
instead of the Means of Grace? - Pietism.
Where do we find Justification by Faith
instead of UOJ? - Pietism


In Theology
What intrigued me about the WELS clergy in Columbus, Ohio was their smug ignorance and their utter hatred for Lutheran doctrine. Something had to explain how the entire cluster of congregations was running on hypocrisy, so utterly superior to everyone but doing exactly what ELCA, the LCMS, and the Pente-Babtists were doing. Albeit a day late and a dollar short.

The answer was - their complete disregard and contempt for the efficacy of the Word in the Means of Grace. At this point they have already caught up with the early ELCA's commitment to all things radical. The LCMS and WELS are tearing apart their own sects while celebrating the Reformation's 500th by saying, "Here We Stand in our CPH Stockings - Sign Up for a Charitable Annuity Trust from Thrivent."

 Buy yours and a doggie t-shirt at CPH.


          Sentai Filmworks Announces "Food Wars!" English Dub Cast   
Coming on August 15th, Section 23 will be releasing a collection of Food Wars! from Sentai Filmworks


Coming on August 15th, Section 23 will be releasing a collection of Food Wars! from Sentai Filmworks. With a preview being presented at this weekend's Anime Expo, Sentai Filmworks has released the dub cast for the first three episodes. More are to be announced later. More after the jump.


          Information Security Analyst - McCain Foods (Canada) - Florenceville, NB   
Must have a current CISSP or related advanced IT security certification. Is a senior member of the information security group and works closely with the other...
From McCain - Wed, 10 May 2017 10:17:13 GMT - View all Florenceville, NB jobs
          Now in Effect: Iowa Right to Try Act Rejects Some FDA Restrictions on Terminal Patients   
DES MOINES, Iowa (July 1, 2017) – Today, a new Iowa law goes into effect that sets the foundation to nullify in practice some Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rules that deny access to experimental treatments by terminally ill patients. The Senate Commerce Committee sponsored Senate Bill 404 (SF404). The new law will enable terminally…
          July FOODIE Challenge   
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          Meet The Elder Scrolls Online's Kwama   

The Kwama are a bug-like race of creatures that you will battle in Elder Scrolls Online, and you can see them in action here.

The Kwama are not a new species to Elder Scrolls. They were prominent in The Elder Scrolls: Morrowind. They are natives of Morrowind, and they must be weary of Dark Elves, who harvest their eggs for food.

You can see three different artist rendered forms of the Kwama above with the scrib, the worker, and the warrior. You can see them do battle in the gameplay video below.

For more on The Elder Scrolls Online, you can check out our E3 coverage of the game by heading here.

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          Kitchen Staff - Riverfront Pub & Grill - Grindrod, BC   
Full and part time positions are available. We are a well established pub &amp; grill that takes pride in providing exceptional food and great service....
From Indeed - Tue, 09 May 2017 00:31:47 GMT - View all Grindrod, BC jobs
          PT / PHYSICAL THERAPIST / TRAVEL / INPATIENT / ACUTE   
Posted on: 2017-07-01

Physical Therapist (PT) needed in along the beautiful central coast of California! This 300+ bed hospital system is in need of a experienced Physical Therapist (PT) to help with a growing Inpatient caseload. This Physical Therapist (PT) will work 8 hour shifts, Monday-Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm. Previous experience with Inpatient Acute or ICU experience preferred, a current California license and active CPR card required. This coastal paradise of California leaves little to the imagination and is an adventure seekers dream location! Close to Big Sur, amazing seafood, and hundreds of marine animals observe! Apply Today! Position: Therapist Specialty/Modality: Physical Therapy Licenses/Certifications: CPR/BLS (Basic Life Support), State License-Physical Therapist-California Physical Abilities: From 50-100lbs For the most prompt response, please APPLY ONLINE. Resumes may also be sent to therapyjobseekers@aureusmedical.com or call (800) 456-5857 for more information. As always, there is never a fee for candidates to utilize our services. There is a reason why Aureus Medical Group is a national leader in healthcare staffing. Whether working with an employee to locate exciting career opportunities or with a hospital to fill a need at a critical time, our job is to take care of you and the patients we collectively serve - and we do so with the highest degree of honesty and integrity. We bring over 25 years of experience, proven methods, and an unwavering commitment to patient care to the staffing process. With travel, locum tenens, local contract, and direct hire opportunities available nationwide, you're sure to find the perfect fit for your career goals and your lifestyle. Our Account Managers are dedicated by specialty area and there is never a charge to you for our services. Not all staffing companies are alike. We're proud to be different. Experience the Aureus difference. EEO/Veteran/Disabled/E-Verify Employer
          Comment on Preparing for your Halitosis Consultation by Lisa Evens   
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          Comment on The Best Treatment for Food-Related Bad Breath by aaron wellsons   
Regular brushing of teeth and visit to our dentists are the best way to avoid having bad breath. My <a href="http://drrearden.com/cosmetic-dentistry/" rel="nofollow">cosmetic dentist at myrtle beach</a> have advised me too to avoid smoking and eating unhealthy foods to prevent having bad breath.
          Comment on Do’s and Don’ts of Halitosis by Darby McClintock   
I thought it was the end of the world for me when my <a href="http://champaigndentist4u.com/" rel="nofollow">champaign dentists</a> told me that my halitosis has gone far beyond serious. After a few weeks of treatment and good food intake, now it's just a thing of the past.
          Crew member / Cook - Mary Brown's Famous Chicken & Taters - Bonavista, NL   
Cash Handling, Cleaning, food preparation, cooking and serving. The right person for this dynamic job has much more than a solid managerial skill set....
From Indeed - Mon, 12 Jun 2017 22:27:46 GMT - View all Bonavista, NL jobs
          Foodie-Friendly Gifts   
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          Crew Member - HMSHost - Ontario   
The Crew Member is responsible for performing a variety of duties within a fast food establishment which may include cleaning the food or stock areas, operating...
From HMSHost - Thu, 29 Jun 2017 19:59:54 GMT - View all Ontario jobs
          Everything MLB Fans can do In VR   
Want the ballpark experience without the pesky "going outside" part? As new technologies have evolved, major league sports has been one of the quickest industries to try new things, and fans have been quick to jump on board. Let's face it, spending a fortune for a ticket then spending more for food and beverages just to sit in the nosebleed seats and have beer spilled on you is far from glamourous. VR represents a unique opportunity to get a view of the game that has never before been seen, and Major League Baseball has been quick to find ways to use it to give fans an all new experience. Take a look at the all the ways you can "get in the game!" Read more at VRHeads ...
          Purina Smartblend Dog Food Only $4.95 (reg $11) at Target!   

Purina Smartblend Dog Food Only $4.95 (reg $11) at Target! Combine a Target Cartwheel offer with a printable coupon and save big on dog food! Purchase Purina Smartblend dry dog food and pay only $4.95, regularly $11! Buy 2 Purina ONE SmartBlend Dog Food 8lb – $10.99 Use this 5% Off Purina ONE SmartBlend Dog Food […]

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          Scalloped Tote   
I have had this tote for about six weeks, but haven't blogged about it because I feel lukewarm about it. It's a fine tote for the price (retail price is $49), but it's not really a piece that I am eager to wear. It is very room though, which I've at times found useful (it's the rare bag that will fit a beach towel, some snacks--including a party-sized bag of Ruffles, an oversized photobook, a box of tissues, and some drinks: pretty much everything I might need to while away an afternoon by a lake).

But it's now 50% off online (but comes in and out of stock), and finally at a price point where it might be considered a good deal. If you are looking for a cute (scallops!) picnic or beach bag, this is a pretty good option. 

(Related: ASOS also sells a scallop tote that is very reasonably-priced.)
American Eagle Faded Denim Jacket (size XXS; current season here) || J. Crew Shift Dress in Morning Floral (size 000 with straps shortened) || BP. Scalloped Faux Leather Tote in Ivory || STEVEN by Steve Madden Viienna Sandals in Tan Nubuck (size 7; also sold here, here, and here)
And for anyone who is still shopping for practical heeled-strappy sandals (which might be an oxymoron), I highly recommend the STEVEN by Steve Madden Viienna Sandals (also sold here, here, and here). The heels are ~3" tall, but it is a shoe you can wander aimlessly in, unlike the Steve Madden Stecy Sandals (seen here), which make legs look a mile long, but always destroy my feet after a few hours. The Viienna probably won't work for those with wide feet, but should be fine for those with medium-to-slightly-wide width feet. They fit true-to-size for Steve Madden, or about a half size small compared to other mass retailers. If you are between sizes, definitely size up (unless you have narrow feet).
          [EN] Do you know the Seed Vault in Norway ?   
Yesterday I met Matteo De Vos, a real seed enthusiast ! He built For Food’s Sake, a serie of d
          Gardening is a Form of Resistance   
Today and every day: Grow and eat good food. Find your grounding in the earth and connect to the nature that is in you — the nature that is you. Make space for wildness. BE wild. Tend and be tender. Don’t be good; be defiant. Cultivate compassion and empathy. Hold yourself in strength and dignity.
    

          Study: Orcas' failed pregnancies linked to scarce food   
SEATTLE (AP) -- Improving salmon runs could help the endangered killer whales that frequent the inland waters of Washington state, according to a new study that found the orcas cannot find enough fish to eat and that&apos;s causing them to have pregnancy problems....
          PT Deli/Bakery Associate - Food Lion - Walnut Cove, NC   
Operate and sharpen meat slicer. Provide quality customer service to customers in the Deli/Bakery Department....
From FoodLion - Tue, 27 Jun 2017 17:08:50 GMT - View all Walnut Cove, NC jobs
          PT Market Associate - Food Lion - Walnut Cove, NC   
Process random weight product, seafood, smoked meat, precooked and salted meats. Wrap, weigh and stock fresh meat cases according to Food Lion standards using...
From FoodLion - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 17:05:07 GMT - View all Walnut Cove, NC jobs
          PT Market Associate - Food Lion - King, NC   
Process random weight product, seafood, smoked meat, precooked and salted meats. Wrap, weigh and stock fresh meat cases according to Food Lion standards using...
From FoodLion - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 22:58:20 GMT - View all King, NC jobs
          Restaurant Team Member - Crew (1404 - Miami Gardens) - Chipotle Mexican Grill - Hialeah, FL   
Following recipes accurately and maintaining food preparation processes such as cooking, marinating, seasoning, and grilling meats;...
From Chipotle Mexican Grill - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 10:32:49 GMT - View all Hialeah, FL jobs
          Restaurant Team Member - Crew (1402 - Columbia Trenholm) - Chipotle Mexican Grill - Forest Acres West, SC   
Following recipes accurately and maintaining food preparation processes such as cooking, marinating, seasoning, and grilling meats;...
From Chipotle Mexican Grill - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 10:31:57 GMT - View all Forest Acres West, SC jobs
          Kitchen Manager - Chipotle Mexican Grill - Overland Park, KS   
As Kitchen Manager, you’ll learn how to prepare great food, grill meats, and sauté vegetables. Kitchen Manager (17010431) Description....
From Chipotle Mexican Grill - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 10:32:22 GMT - View all Overland Park, KS jobs
          Restaurant Team Member - Crew (15 - Corporate Woods) - Chipotle Mexican Grill - Overland Park, KS   
Following recipes accurately and maintaining food preparation processes such as cooking, marinating, seasoning, and grilling meats;...
From Chipotle Mexican Grill - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 10:31:31 GMT - View all Overland Park, KS jobs
          Customer Service Associate - Wawa - Morrisville, PA   
Refill all food station items, including cheeses, meats, bagels, muffins, etc. The Customer Service Associate (CSA) works in support of the store management...
From Wawa - Sun, 12 Mar 2017 09:56:30 GMT - View all Morrisville, PA jobs
          01/07/2017: FRONT PAGE: Families feel ‘ripped off’ by holiday costs   
TWO-THIRDS of families felt “ripped off” during their last overseas holiday, a survey has found. Some 67 per cent of people surveyed by Post Office Travel Money perceived they had received poor value on an aspect of their trip. Food and drink prices...
          Heidenreichstein, Vitis - Seoul Food Messe: Käsemacher in Südkorea   
Produkte der Käsemacher sind künftig in einem Koreanischen Home- Shopping-Sender zu sehen. 40 Container werden pro Jahr nach Asien geliefert.
          Manager, Technical Services - Weston Foods - Maplehurst, NB   
Proficient with Microsoft Office- excel and power point are critical. Street Suite 7, Bentonville, Arkansas, 72712....
From Weston Foods - Wed, 24 May 2017 20:33:53 GMT - View all Maplehurst, NB jobs
          Kitchen Stewar - The Morton Arboretum   
IL-Lisle, Overview: About Aramark Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Compan
          Food Prep Worker - Constellation Nuclear   
NY-Lycoming, Overview: About Aramark Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Compan
          Cook Supervisor - Tri-County Regional Jail   
OH-Mechanicsburg, Overview: About Aramark Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Compan
          Cook Supervisor - London Correctional Institution   
OH-London, Overview: About Aramark Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Compan
          Cook Supervisor - Southern Ohio Correctional Facility   
OH-Lucasville, Overview: About Aramark Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Compan
          Cook Supervisor - Wyandotte County Detention Center   
KS-Kansas City, Overview: About Aramark Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Compan
          Cook (Spooner Health - FNS)   
WI-Spooner, Overview: About Aramark Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Compan
          Cook Supervisor - Alexandria County Jail   
VA-Alexandria, Overview: About Aramark Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Compan
          Event/Game Day Supervisor - IUP Crimson Catering/KCAC - Cash & Special Evnt   
PA-Indiana, Overview: About Aramark Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Compan
          Food Service Worker   
MA-Westborough, JRI, in partnership with the Department of Youth Services, is currently looking for a full-time kitchen worker located in Westborough, MA. We are in need of a person to work a schedule to meet the needs of the program and ensure that the unit schedules are observed. General Responsibilities · Responsible for the preparation, distribution and handling of meals · Responsible for the maintenance and
          NE Food Service Worker   
MA-Middleton, JRI, in partnership with the Department of Youth Services, is currently looking for a full-time kitchen worker located in Middleton, MA. We are in need of a person to work a schedule to meet the needs of the program and ensure that the unit schedules are observed. General Responsibilities: Responsible for the preparation, distribution and handling of meals Responsible for the maintenance and sanit
          Chef - Head Chef - Upminster   
Barchester Healthcare - Upminster, Greater London - Barchester Healthcare is looking for an outstanding Head Chef to provide first class food and hospitality within the needs of a care home... environment. Barchester is all about doing things a little bit differently. If you join us as Head Chef, get ready for something new. Our unique...
          Head Chef - Gastro Pub - Cheshire   
YES ! Recruitment Ltd - Nantwich, Cheshire - Head Chef for this very well known Pub & Restaurant in Cheshire. As Head Chef you will be working with a privately owned, fresh food venue..., with a supportive and experienced owner, looking to give an enthusiastic chef a great opportunity, which includes Sunday evening off ! As Head Chef...
          Manager, Production Planning - DARE FOODS LIMITED - Kitchener, ON   
We thank all candidates for their interest in the above-mentioned position. Dare Foods Limited*. Drive continuous process improvement and optimization of the...
From Indeed - Thu, 22 Jun 2017 15:30:49 GMT - View all Kitchener, ON jobs
          Bread Baker - Middle Eastern Bakery - Kishki World Foods - Kitchener, ON   
We are looking for a baker to help us grow our business. We are looking for a bread baker to bake a variety of Middle Eastern breads - Afghan bread, Iraqi $15 an hour
From Indeed - Thu, 09 Mar 2017 17:49:03 GMT - View all Kitchener, ON jobs
          Process Manager - Weston Foods - Kitchener, ON   
Identify and understand the costs to manufacture for multiple process alternatives and determine the most cost efficient method;...
From Weston Foods - Wed, 17 May 2017 10:09:53 GMT - View all Kitchener, ON jobs
          Tim Horton's Baker - Eurest Services - Compass Group Canada - Kitchener-Waterloo, ON   
You are responsible for food preparation and merchandising and maintaining all bakery areas as you keep quality and guest satisfaction as your number one...
From Indeed - Mon, 01 May 2017 13:08:36 GMT - View all Kitchener-Waterloo, ON jobs
          Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Water: Pollution (30 Jun 2017)   
Chris Ruane: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, how many incidents of water pollution through the excess use of fertilisers were recorded in each of the last 10 years.
          Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Water: Pollution (30 Jun 2017)   
Chris Ruane: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, what proportion of reported pollution incidents of watercourses were officially investigated in each year for which data is available.
          Retail Team Member - Fitlife Foods - Tampa, FL   
The Retail Team Member Mission ? Retail Team Members at Fitlife Foods are the most important with our customer experience. Their main role is to effectively
From Fitlife Foods - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 11:02:28 GMT - View all Tampa, FL jobs
          Fruit Kabobs with Fruit Dip   

As summer approaches I am aching to be eating summer food like BBQ anything, fresh fruit, and popsicles.  We tend to eat so much better during the summer than any other time of the year.  I think it is in part because I do not like to heat the house by using the oven, so […]

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SKINFOOD Avocado & Sugar Lip Scrub 14 gr . idr 85k . A lip scrub that makes your lips moist and glossy with avocado and sugar . How to use 1. Mix desired amount in hands with water. 2. Moisten rough lip and apply in a gentle massaging motion. 3. Rinse thoroughly with water. 4. Use 1-2 times per week #skinfood #skinfoodoriginal #jualskinfood #jualskinfoodjakarta #jualskinfoodmurah #jualskinfoodindonesia #jualskinfoodjkt #jualskinfoodori #readystockskinfood #jualkosmetikkorea #jualanskinfood #jualanskinfoodmurah #jualanskinfoodori #jualansist #skinfoodavocadolipscrub #skinfoodavocadosugarlipscrub #avocadosugarlipscrub #jualavocadosugarlipscrub #jualskinfoodavocadolipscrub
          Baker - Highway Ten and Eglinton - COBS Fresh Bread - Mississauga, ON   
Any unsold items are donated daily to various local charities and food banks. &quot;Real Bread, Real People, Real Delight&quot;....
From COBS Fresh Bread - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 16:27:10 GMT - View all Mississauga, ON jobs
          Import Export Specialist - McCain Foods (Canada) - Florenceville, NB   
Certified Trade Compliance Specialist. Knowledge of International Trade and Compliance. Understanding of Valuation, Tariff classifications, Free Trade...
From McCain - Sat, 27 May 2017 08:57:41 GMT - View all Florenceville, NB jobs
          Pepsi Co Pakistan Jobs July 2017   
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          “Certain fashions will be introduced that will offend Our Lord very much.” - Our Lady of Fatima, 1917   
“Certain fashions will be introduced   that will offend Our Lord very much.”   - Our Lady of Fatima, 1917
Free EBOOK.  Recall Our Lady warned the world in 1917!  How much worse is the scandal these days with immodest dress especially in Summer
http://www.fatima.org/essentials/requests/mid.pdf

Summer unfortunately brings with it the height of immodesty, in both men and women.  This is a good time, then, to remember that words of Our Lady of Fatima who warned us that "more souls go to hell for sins of the flesh (i.e. sins against the 6thand 9th Commandments) than for any other reason." Our Lady of Fatima told Jacinta, "Certain fashions will be introduced that will gravely offend My Son." Jacinta also said, “People who serve God should not follow fashions. The Church has no fashions; Our Lord is always the same.”
Shorts, sleeveless tops, slacks on women, mini-skirts, swimwear, bare midriffs, tight and sheer clothing would all fit into this category of immodest fashions. Sadly, few priests warn their flock of the great danger associated with immodesty of dress, that of losing one’s soul for all eternity.  So many girls and young women are growing up today without direction and, like so many misled sheep, are following immoral fashions to the destruction of souls.


The Bible tells us, "In like manner I wish women to be decently dressed, adorning themselves with modesty and dignity, not with braided hair or gold or pearls or costly clothing, but with good works, such as become women professing godliness." (1 Tim. 2:9-10)  
The following are various warnings the Catholic Church has given to the faithful, for the protection of their immortal souls.

CHURCH STATEMENTS ON MODESTY OF DRESS
Pope Benedict XV wrote in his encyclical Sacra Propediem on January 6, 1921:
“One cannot sufficiently deplore the blindness of so many women of every age and station. Made foolish by a desire to please, they do not see to what degree the indecency of their clothing shocks every honest man and offends God. Most of them would formerly have blushed for such apparel as for a grave fault against Christian modesty. Now it does not suffice to exhibit themselves on public thoroughfares; they do not fear to cross the threshold of churches, to assist at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, and even to bear the seducing food of shameful passion to the Holy Altar, where one receives the Author of Purity.”

On January 12, 1930, the Sacred Congregation of the Council, by mandate of Pope Pius XI, issued emphatic instructions on modesty of dress to all bishops:
“We recall that a dress cannot be called decent which is cut deeper than two fingers breadth under the pit of the throat, which does not cover the arms at least to the elbows, and scarcely reaches a bit beyond the knee. Furthermore, dresses of transparent material are improper. Let parents keep their daughters away from public gymnastic games and contests; but, if their daughters are compelled to attend such exhibitions, let them see to it that they are fully and modestly dressed. Let them never permit their daughters to don immodest garb.” 

Pope Pius XII said in 1954:
“Now many girls do not see anything wrong with following certain shameless styles (fashions) like so many sheep. They would surely blush if they could only guess the impressions they make and the feelings they evoke (arouse) in those who see them.” (July 17, 1954



Pope Pius XII seriously admonished Christian mothers: 
“The good of our soul is more important than that of our body; and we have to prefer the spiritual welfare of our neighbor to our bodily comforts… If a certain kind of dress constitutes a grave and proximate occasion of sin, and endangers the salvation of your soul and others, it is your duty to give it up…  O Christian mothers, if you knew what a future of anxieties and perils, of ill-guarded shame you prepare for your sons and daughters, imprudently getting them accustomed to live scantily dressed and making them lose the sense of modesty, you would be ashamed of yourselves and you would dread the harm you are making of yourselves, the harm which you are causing these children, whom Heaven has entrusted to you to be brought up as Christians.” (Pius XII to Catholic Young Women’s Groups of Italy)



The Canadian bishops in May of 1946 wrote:
“Man himself does not escape from the inclination of exhibiting his flesh: some go in public, stripped to the waist, or in very tight pants or in very scanty bathing suits. They thus commit offenses against the virtue of modesty. They may also be an occasion of sin (in thought or desire) for our neighbor.” 

Cardinal Pla y Daniel, Archbishop of Toledo, Spain, stated in 1959:
“A special danger to morals is represented by public bathing at beaches ... Mixed bathing between men and women, which is nearly always a proximate occasion of sin and a scandal, must be avoided.”

From a 1930 Letter of the Congregation of the Council:
“By virtue of the supreme apostolate which he wields over the Universal Church by Divine Will, our Most Holy Father Pope Pius XI has never ceased to inculcate, both verbally and by his writings, the words of St. Paul (1 Tim. 2:9-10), namely, ‘Women ... adorning themselves with modesty and sobriety ... and professing godliness with good works.’  Very often, when occasion arose, the same Supreme Pontiff condemned emphatically the immodest fashion of dress adopted by Catholic women and girls--which fashion not only offends the dignity of women and against her adornment, but conduces to the temporal ruin of the women and girls, and, what is still worse, to their eternal ruin, miserably dragging down others in their fall. It is not surprising, therefore, that all Bishops and other ordinaries, as is the duty of ministers of Christ, should in their own dioceses have unanimously opposed their depraved licentiousness and promiscuity of manners, often bearing with fortitude the derision and mockery leveled against them for this cause.”

 

From the Plenary Assembly of the Bishops of Brazil:

“Let the priests forcefully insist that women wear clothing which expresses modesty ...
     “Let women, at all times, but especially, as the Apostle Saint Paul teaches, when they are in church, dress with modesty. If they should dare to enter the church immodestly dressed, let them, as Canon Law commands (Canon 1262, par. 2), be judiciously put out and prevented from assisting at any function whatsoever.
     “Let those who are going to receive Holy Communion be decently dressed. Women whose heads are not covered and who are improperly dressed are to be excluded from the Sacrament, as Canon Law directs (Canons 855 & 1262, par. 2).”
St. Padre Pio, the stigmatist priest, who bore the bleeding wounds of Christ on his own body from 1918 until his death in 1968, refused to grant absolution to any woman who did not wear her skirt well below the knee.  He also insisted that women do not wear slacks. (Verified by mail at Padre Pio’s monastery.  Address: Rev. J. P. Martin, San Giovanni Rotondo 71013 FG Italy)

A General Pastoral Directive from 1915 reads: “Women must be decently dressed, especially when they go to church. The parish priest may, with due prudence, refuse them entrance to the church and access to the reception of the Sacraments, any and every time that they come to church immodestly dressed.”

St. John Chrysostom, Bishop of Constantinople and one of the 32 doctors of the Church, said the following regarding women who dress immodestly:   
"You carry your snare everywhere and spread your net in all places.  You allege that you never invited others to sin.  You did not indeed by your words, but you have done so by your dress and your deportment.  And much more effectively than you could by your voice.  When you have made another sin in his heart, how can you be innocent?  Tell me whom does this world condemn?  Whom do the judges in court punish?  Those who drink poison or those who prepare it and administer the fatal potion?  You are more criminal than those who poison the body.  You have given the death-dealing drink.  You murder not the body but the soul, and it is not to enemies do you do this nor are you urged on by any imaginary necessity nor provoked by injury.  But you do it out of foolish vanity and pride."  
Unfortunately, today's attire seems to have almost no boundaries. It is a disgrace for Christian women to expose their bodies, which are the temples of the Holy Ghost after baptism. A women who dresses immodestly commits a double sin:  
“You women who profane your bodies have been led by satan to soul destruction.  You expose your bodies not knowing the evil that comes into the minds of the beholder.  Therefore, your sin is twofold for you have led another to fall into sin!”

The Bible tells us: “Know you not that your members are the temple of the Holy Ghost, who is in you, whom you have from God: and you are not your own? For you are bought with a great price. Glorify and bear God in your body.” (1 Corinthians 6:19-20)  Immodest dress is an offense to God and does not glorify God, but rather reduces the Christian woman to an object of lust and mocks the laws of God. Modesty in dress, on the other hand, helps safeguard the virtue of purity and is demanded by the moral law of God.  St. Cyprian writes: 
"Nothing so delights the faithful soul as the healthy consciousness of an unstained modesty. To have vanquished pleasure is the greatest pleasure; nor is there any greater victory than that which is gained over one's desires."  


Related:
http://tradcatknight.blogspot.com/2016/10/modesty-why-should-i-have-to-dress.html
http://tradcatknight.blogspot.com/2015/09/former-fashion-model-modesty-is-about.html
http://tradcatknight.blogspot.com/2014/04/the-path-to-hell-vanity-indecency.html
http://tradcatknight.blogspot.com/2017/03/modesty-are-you-modest-in-sight-of-god.html
http://tradcatknight.blogspot.com/2015/05/modesty-in-dress-love-of-god.html

 

Maria Cahill, "Modesty In The Modern World" 

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Poverty and deadly wars are the major drivers of displacement.

The UN Refugee Agency has announced the new figures for the world’s displaced: 65.9 million. That means that 65.9 million human beings live as refugees, asylum seekers or as internally displaced people. If the refugees formed a country, it would be the 21st largest state in the world, just after Thailand (68.2 million) and just ahead of the United Kingdom (65.5 million). But unlike these other states, refugees have few political rights and no real representation in the institutions of the world.

The head of the UN Refugee Agency, Filippo Grandi, recently said that most of the displacement comes as a result of war. "The world seems to have become unable to make peace," Grandi said. "So you see old conflicts that continue to linger, and new conflicts erupting, and both produce displacement. Forced displacement is a symbol of wars that never end."

Few continents are immune from the harsh reality of war. But the epicenter of war and displacement is along the axis of the Western-driven global war on terror and resource wars. The line of displacement runs from Afghanistan to South Sudan with Syria in between. Eyes are on Syria, where the war remains hot and the tensions over escalation intensify daily. But there is as deadly a civil war in South Sudan, driven in large part by a ferocious desire to control the country’s oil. Last year, 340,000 people fled South Sudan for refugee camps in neighboring Uganda. This is a larger displacement than from Syria.

Poverty is a major driver of displacement. It is what moves hundreds of thousands of people to try and cross the Sahara Desert and then the Mediterranean Sea for European pastures. But most who try this journey meet a deadly fate. Both the Sahara and the Mediterranean are dangerous. This week, the UN’s International Organisation for Migration (IOM) in Niger rescued 600 migrants from the Sahara, although 52 did not survive.

A 22-year-old woman from Nigeria was among those rescued. She was on a pick-up truck with 50 people. They left Agadez for Libya. ‘We were in the desert for ten days,’ she says. "After five days, the driver abandoned us. He left us with all of our belongings, saying he was going to pick us up in a couple of hours. But he never did." Forty-four of the migrants died. The six who remained struggled to safety. ‘We had to drink our own pee to survive,’ she said.

Getting to Libya is hard enough. But being in Libya is perilous. Violence against vulnerable migrants inside Libya continues to occur. The IOM reports the presence in Libya of ‘slave markets.’ Migrants who make it across the Sahara into Libya have told investigators that they find themselves in these slave markets where they are bought to be taken to private prisons and put to work or else sold back to their families if they can raise the high ransom payments. UNICEF reports incidents of rape and violence against women and children in these private prisons. One 15-year-old boy said of his time in a private prison, "Here they treat us like chickens. They beat us, they do not give us good water and good food. They harass us. So many people are dying here, dying from disease, freezing to death."

Danger lurks on the sea as well. This year already IOM reports least 2,108 deaths in the sea between Libya and Italy. This is the fourth year in a row that IOM has counted over 2,000 deaths by mid-year. Over the past five years, this averages out to about 10 deaths a day. Libya, broken by NATO’s war in 2011, remains a gateway for the vulnerable from various parts of Africa, countries damaged by IMF policies and by warfare. There is no expectation that the numbers of those on the march will decrease.

In a recent paper in The Lancet (June 2017), Paul Spiegel, formerly of the UN Refugee Agency suggests that the "humanitarian system was not designed to address the types of conflicts that are happening at present." With over 65 million people displaced, the various institutions of the UN and of the NGO world are simply not capable of managing the crisis.

"It is not simply overstretched," Spiegel wrote of the humanitarian system, "it is no longer fit for purpose."

These are shattering words. One problem Spiegel identifies is the assumption that refugee flows are temporary, since wars will end at some point. What happens when wars and occupations are permanent? People either have to live for generations in refugee camps or they will seek, through dangerous passages, flight to the West. He gives the example of Iran, which absorbed over a million Afghan refugees without using the camp strategy. They simply allowed the Afghans into Iranian society and absorbed them by putting money into their various social schemes (such as education and health). Spiegel also points out that refugees must be part of the designing the process for humanitarian aid. These are good suggestions, but they are not going to be possible with the limited funds available for refugees and with the crisis level of activity that detains the humanitarian agencies.

Spiegel does not deal with one of the great problems for humanitarianism: the persistence of war and the theory that more war—or the current euphemism, security—is the answer to humanitarian crises. This January, over 1,000 people tried to scale the large barrier that divides Morocco from the Spanish enclave of Ceuta. Looking at that barrier, one is reminded of the idea that walls will somehow prevent migration, a view driven by President Donald Trump. Violence met the migrants, a mirror of the violence that was visited among migrants along the spinal cord of Eastern Europe last year. Walls, police forces and military interventions are all seductive to an imagination that forgets why people migrate and that they are human beings on the run with few other options. There is a view that security barriers and security forces will raise the price of migrant and deter future migrants. This is a silly illusion. Migration is dangerous already. That has not stopped anyone. More humane thinking is necessary.

It is important therefore that the UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed told a meeting on the Sahel on June 28 that the world leaders need to "avoid a disproportionate emphasis on security" when dealing with the multiple crises in the Sahara region and north of it. "No purely military solution" can work against transnational organized crime, violent extremism and terrorism, nor against poverty and hopelessness. Underlying causes are not being addressed, and indeed the surface reactions—to bomb more—only create more problems, not less.

In the July issue of Land Use Policy, professors Charles Geisler and Ben Currens estimate that by 2100 there will be 2 billion refugees as a result of climate change. These numbers are staggering. They are an inevitable future. By then, refugees will be the largest country on earth—nomads, seeking shelter from destruction of climate and capitalism, from rising seas and wars of greed.

 

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The First Step

The first and foremost significant thing that you should in creating your low carb diet is making your low carb diet recipe ideas. This should comprise your ideas to stay away from getting bored in your diet. Some dieters stray away from their low carb diet just because they get bored. Do you know why? This is because they don’t have a lot of recipe ideas to make them go along the diet.

Fortunately, there are some incredible recipes that you can try if you desire to live by a low carb diet. Although there are discrepancies in regards to which foods have carbohydrates that matter and which have carbohydrates that you can cut out, the majority sources do agree on which foods are lowest in carbohydrates.

Fish, shellfish, meats, poultry, and eggs all comprise almost no carbohydrates. These are the similar to salad vegetables like arugula and lettuce, radishes, alfalfa sprouts, celery, bok choy, mushrooms, peppers, and cucumber that all have small to no carbohydrates. Then you get into your breads and cheese, which have rather high contents of carbohydrates and which you’ll therefore want to avert if you are on a low carb diet.

Many Advantages

A low carb diet offers many advantages. because of a chemical reaction in the body when an inadequate level of carbohydrates is available. You will also feel less fatigued, as people who consume lots of carbohydrates often feel very tired, even when they have just woken up and are well rested.

Before you suppose to acquire noteworthy results in your low carb diet, ensure that you stick on your diet at least six weeks. This is because you will not be able to lose any weight within the first few days. Just keep working and notice the wonderful result that you’ll get. Nevertheless, remember that you shouldn’t get frustrated.

Go to a nutritious if you have difficulties regarding to your low carb diet. A nutritious is the best person that is experienced in this diet and able to assist you in getting the best diet for a great aim.

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          Pindi Chana Recipe   
Ingredients:

 

1 cup chickpeas ( kabuli chana)
1 tea bag
2 Brown Cardamom (Badi Elaichi)
2 – 3 Cloves (Laung)
1 ” Cinnamom Stick
2 -3 Green Cardamom (Chotti Elaichi)
1 tbsp Ghee
1 tblsp oil
1 tblsp Pomegranate Seeds
1 tblsp Cumin Seeds
2 green chilies, slit lengthwise
2 tsp coriander powder
1 tsp amchoor pwd (dry mango pwd)
1/2 – 1 tsp red chili powder
Salt To Taste
1/2 tsp garam masala
2 inch ginger shredded finely
1 onions Sliced
1 tomato sliced
Lemon wedges
Finely chopped coriander leaves

 

How to make pindi chana:

 

  • Soak chole/ chickepeas in water overnight or for about 6 hrs.
  • Cook the chole with salt, green cardamom, brown cardamom, cinnamon stick, tea bag, cloves and enough water in the cooker for about 20 minutes or till fully done.
  • Meanwhile dry roast pomegranate and cumin seeds and when slightly warm grind into a fine powder. Make sure you do not burn them. Otherwise chana will taste bitter.
  • Separate the water, reserve the cooking liquid. Also remove the tea bags and other whole spices.
  • In a big bowl add the boiled chana, dry roasted pomegranate and cumin powder, coriander powder, garam masala, mango powder and red chilly powder. Mix well to coat every chana. Add the slit chillies and ginger.
  • In a kadai heat the oil and ghee together to a smoking point and then add the chole mixture. Add the cooking liquid to get the desired consistency. Mix well.
  • Let it simmer on low heat until the oil separates stir occasionally.
  • Dish out the chana in a serving bowl and garnish with coriander leaves, onion and tomato slices and shredded ginger and lemon wedges.
  • Rawalpindi style pindi chana is ready and can be served.
  • Note: 1. To get a deep dark color in chole you can add few slices of dried amla.
    2. In case you forgot to soak the chole overnight, soak them in hot water for 2 hrs covered.
    3. Instead of tea bags you can use 1 tsp tea leaves tied in cheesecloth.

source: http://www.indianfoodforever.com/vegetables/pindi-chana.html

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Ingredients:

 

3 cups – Boiled vegetables (9 varieties-potatoes, carrots, green peas, french beans, cauliflower, capsicum, cabbage, bottle gourd, cluster beans)
150 gms – Grated paneer
3 – Tomatoes
2 – Grated onions
1 1/2 tsp -Ginger paste
1 1/2 tsp – Garlic paste
Salt To Taste
1 tsp – Turmeric Powder
1 1/2 tsp – Red chilli powder
1 tsp – Coriander powder
2 tsp – Garam Masala Powder
2 tbsp – Cream
6 tbsp – Vegetable oil
1 tbsp – Ghee
1 cup – Milk / water
1/4 cup – Dry fruits (cashew nuts, raisins)
Coriander leaves for decoration

 

How to make navrattan korma :

 

  • Boil tomatoes till tender. Allow them to cool. Then peel off the tomato skin to make puree. Readymade tomato puree can also be used.
  • Take 1 tbsp ghee and slightly fry the dry fruits for about 1 min on medium heat.
  • Heat oil in a pan. Fry onions and ginger-garlic paste till golden brown.
  • Add salt, turmeric powder, red chilli powder, coriander powder, garam masala and fry for 2-3 minutes.
  • Next add tomato puree and dry fruits. Stir well and cook the mixture for 4 minutes. Ensure that the mixture doesn’t stick to bottom of pan.
  • Add milk (use water alternatively). Bring it to boil. Reduce the heat and cook until the gravy becomes thick.
  • Add paneer to the gravy and stir well.
  • Finally add all the vegetables to the above gravy and cook for 5-7 minutes.
  • Serve the navratan korma hot. Put cream and chopped coriander leaves on the navaratna korma decorate .

source: http://www.indianfoodforever.com/vegetables/navratan-korma.html

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          Blueberry Crumpet   

Fusion cuisine is one that combines elements of different culinary traditions. Cuisines of this type are not categorized according to any one particular cuisine style and have played a part in a number of innovations. Fusion food is a general term for the combination of various forms of cookery and comes in several forms. So here is the recipe:

Ingredients:

  • Blueberries 3 tablespoons
  • Blueberry jam ½ cup
  • Refined flour (maida) 1½ cups
  • Milk ½ cup
  • Salt pinches
  • Baking soda pinches
  • Castor sugar (caster sugar) 7 teaspoons + ¼ cup
  • Yeast dried 15 grams
  • Lemon 1
  • Butter for greasing

Method:

  1. Bring milk to a boil and switch off heat. Add ¼ cup water and set aside.
  2. Combine refined flour, salt, baking soda and 6 teaspoons castor sugar in a bowl.
  3. Take yeast in another bowl. Add little milk-water mixture and 1 teaspoon castor sugar, mix well and set aside till the yeast activates.
  4. Make a well in the flour mixture, add the activated yeast mixture and half the milk-water mixture and whisk well. Add remaining milk-water mixture and whisk well into a thick smooth batter. Cover and set aside in a warm place for 1 hour to ferment.
  5. To make blueberry jam mix, heat ¼ cup castor sugar in a non-stick pan and let it caramelize. Add dried blueberries, mix and add some water. Mix and switch off heat. Add blueberry jam, mix well and put it back on heat.
  6. Grate lemon into it to get the zest and mix well. Add juice of ½ lemon, mix well and switch off heat. Set aside.
  7. Stir the batter.
  8. Heat a non-stick tawa. Grease a medium size ring mould with butter and place it on the tawa. Pour ladleful of batter in it, reduce heat and let the underside of the crumpet turn golden. Remove the ring, flip and cook till the other side also turns golden.
  9. Serve hot with blueberry jam mix.

Source: http://www.sanjeevkapoor.com/Recipe/Blueberry-Crumpet.html

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The Houston Food Bank will be offering free lunch to children 1 - 18 years of age for the entire summer. No registration is required, but quantities are limited. No outside food or drinks are allowed

Event Type: Children's Program
Age Group(s): Children, Teens
Date: 6/20/2017
Start Time: 12:00 PM
End Time: 1:00 PM
 


          10 ways you're wasting money at the supermarket   

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The INSIDER Summary:

  • You may not realize it, but there's a strategy to grocery shopping that will save you lots of cash.
  • Shopping on Wednesday nights is best.
  • Never shop hungry. In fact, chewing on mint gum is a good idea while shopping.


If you're anything like the average American, your grocery shopping strategy probably consists of opening the fridge, noticing it's empty, and then stocking up with whatever you need, even if none of the items on your list are on sale. As you probably guessed, this shopping method will not be kind to your bank account.

While you may have heard of extreme couponing, there are less exhausting ways to save money at the supermarket.  

Here are the mistakes you're making when you shop for groceries, and how to fix them:

Coming in without a list

Meal prep is key here. If you plan your meals for the week ahead of time, you'll walk in with a plan and be less likely to stray from your list by compulsively grabbing pricey snacks or random ingredients that will sit in the back of your pantry unused. 

Going to the store hungry

This is probably a no-brainer, but always eat a meal before going to the supermarket. Nothing good comes out of a shopping trip when you're starving. Another tip from Lifehacker suggests chewing mint gum while you shop so you're less likely to fall victim to the store's scent marketing tactics (yes, that actually exists).

Being too lazy to use coupons

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We're not suggesting you make coupon-clipping a competitive sport like those extreme couponers, but there are several insider tips you can learn from them. The Krazy Coupon lady advises buying your groceries at multiple stores to find the best discount, and to remember that certain chains take competitor coupons. She also suggests downloading money-saving apps like Ibotta and Checkout51. 

Shopping on the weekend or in the morning

Believe it or not, there are better days and times to shop. Most people do their grocery shopping on a weekend so they can prep ahead of time, but mid-week is when products with short shelf lives like meat and dairy go on sale. Plus, there are more discounts as the day wears on and stores need to get rid of perishables. Your best bet is to shop on a Wednesday night, says Lifehacker. 

Ignoring sale cycles

Sales at supermarkets aren't random; they run in 12-week cycles. Stop being shocked at the price of meat when you walk in the door by learning the ebb and flow of sale cycles. You can see an example of a month-to-month sale calendar from Krazy Coupon Lady here. Another tip is always buy produce that's in season: it's cheaper and usually fresher. 

Not buying in bulk

There's a reason why Costco is so popular. Buying in bulk is (generally) cheaper. The best items to buy in bulk are non-perishables like paper goods (toilet paper, napkins, paper plates, etc.), and cases of water, according to Spoon University. 

Buying everything in bulk

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Just because you can buy almost anything in bulk, doesn't mean you should. After all, you'll probably waste a lot of food and your house will start to look like an episode of "Hoarders." If you always check unit prices, you'll find that certain foods like cereal or frozen foods are cheaper in smaller rather than larger quantities, Quick and Dirty Tips advises.

Buying all brand names

Certain products can't be replaced by the generic store brand like Oreos, Coca-Cola and name brand ice cream. But who cares if you're buying Kleenex or "Generic Tissue?" Household cleaning products are perfectly fine to buy off-brand as well. 

Not knowing how much your food should be worth off-hand

Quick! What's a fair price for a gallon of milk in your neck of the woods? If you don't know off the top of your head, you may be paying more than you should. Lifehacker suggests keeping a price book so you don't fall for fake sales where overpriced products are going for what looks like a great deal, when they're actually discounted to a normal price. 

Looking at shelves that are eye-level or above

Here's a little-known tip: cheaper items are usually stocked on the bottom shelves, whereas your expensive items will be stocked at eye-level. Why? Unless you're in the know, the average consumer will unknowingly spend more just by shopping by line-of-sight. 

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          Sous Chef/Line Cook - Rock Ridge Country Club - Newtown, CT   
Set up, prepare and break down buffets and food displays; The Sous Chef is considered an integral part of the entire culinary operation that includes member...
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          Vice President, Corporate Food & Beverage - Affinity Gaming - Las Vegas, NV   
Define and refine restaurant concepts (sit down, buffet, quick serve), coordinating with leadership teams to ensure the consistency of each outlet matches our...
From Affinity Gaming - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 05:20:22 GMT - View all Las Vegas, NV jobs
          Seafood 101   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Seafood 101


          Buying & Transporting Seafood   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Buying & Transporting Seafood


          Cooking Seafood   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Cooking Seafood


          Cleaning & Cutting Whole Squid   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Cleaning & Cutting Whole Squid


          Cooking & Shelling Lobster   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Cooking & Shelling Lobster


          Crisping Fish Skin   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Crisping Fish Skin


          Fileting & De-boning Fish   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Fileting & De-boning Fish


          Opening Oysters   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Opening Oysters


          Wild-caught vs. Farm-raised Fish   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Wild-caught vs. Farm-raised Fish


          Alaskan Halibut with Heirloom Melons   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Alaskan Halibut with Heirloom Melons


          Baked Clams   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Baked Clams


          Blackened Tilapia   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Blackened Tilapia


          Calamari & Broccoli   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Calamari & Broccoli


          Crab Martini   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Crab Martini


          Crab Salad   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Crab Salad


          Fish & Chips   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Fish & Chips


          House Cured Salmon   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > House Cured Salmon


          Lobster au Curry   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Lobster au Curry


          Lobster Tail   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Lobster Tail


          Nantucket-Style Swordfish   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Nantucket-Style Swordfish


          Poached Cod with Lemon Sauce   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Poached Cod with Lemon Sauce


          Roasted Mediterranean Bass   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Roasted Mediterranean Bass


          Salmon with Spinach and Mushrooms   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Salmon with Spinach and Mushrooms


          Salt Baked Red Snapper   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Salt Baked Red Snapper


          Scallops with Cauliflower   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Scallops with Cauliflower


          Sea Scallops with Summer Vegetables   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Sea Scallops with Summer Vegetables


          Sesame Diver Scallops   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Sesame Diver Scallops


          Slow Baked Salmon   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Slow Baked Salmon


          Steamed Halibut   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Steamed Halibut


          Steamed Mussels   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Steamed Mussels


          Mercury in Fish   

The Answered Chef > Seafood 101 > Mercury in Fish


          Food Service I - Alberta Health Services - Strathmore, AB   
Completes cash handling duties including cash reconciliation as required. This position is in a rural facility located outside of the Calgary city limits.... $17.60 - $19.20 an hour
From Alberta Health Services - Wed, 28 Jun 2017 09:35:21 GMT - View all Strathmore, AB jobs
          Food Service I - Alberta Health Services - Calgary, AB   
Cash handling an asset. Effective communication skills and must pass a literacy test. A food service worker position responsible for performing routine manual... $17.60 - $19.20 an hour
From Alberta Health Services - Wed, 28 Jun 2017 09:35:21 GMT - View all Calgary, AB jobs
          Comment on Menu Plan Monday – My First Time by AnnB   
I google Not So Sloppy Sloppy Joes and got several results. This was published in 2005, so perhaps this is the recipe?https://www.realsimple.com/food-recipes/browse-all-recipes/not-so-sloppy-joes
          Organic & Locally Grown Foods   

The Answered Chef > Vegetables 101 > Organic & Locally Grown Foods


          LABORATORY TECHNICIANS – FOOD CHEMISTRY LAB (CONTRACT) - Maxxam Analytics - Mississauga, ON   
Maxxam is an equal opportunity employer. Maxxam is looking for a LABORATORY TECHNICIANS – FOOD CHEMISTRY LAB (CONTRACT)....
From Maxxam Analytics - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 17:27:39 GMT - View all Mississauga, ON jobs
          Laboratory Technicians - Orgnic Processing Lab, Food Chemistry - Maxxam Analytics - Mississauga, ON   
Maxxam is looking for a. Maxxam is an equal opportunity employer. Maxxam has earned the prestigious recognition as having one of Canada’s 10 Most Admired...
From Maxxam Analytics - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 07:03:47 GMT - View all Mississauga, ON jobs
          Team Leader / Supervisor - Food Microbiology (NIGHT SHIFT) - Maxxam Analytics - Mississauga, ON   
Maxxam Analytics is looking for a. Maxxam is an equal opportunity employer. If you want to make a difference and love being surrounded by the best and the...
From Maxxam Analytics - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 18:09:18 GMT - View all Mississauga, ON jobs
          LABORATORY ANALYST - Maxxam Analytics - Mississauga, ON   
Maxxam is the Canadian market leader in analytical services and solutions to the energy, environmental, food and DNA industries and a member of the Bureau...
From Maxxam Analytics - Tue, 16 May 2017 20:44:23 GMT - View all Mississauga, ON jobs
          INORGANICS SENIOR LABORATORY MANAGER - Maxxam Analytics - Mississauga, ON   
Maxxam is the Canadian market leader in analytical services and solutions to the energy, environmental, food and DNA industries and a member of the Bureau...
From Maxxam Analytics - Tue, 16 May 2017 20:44:23 GMT - View all Mississauga, ON jobs
          Pretzel Soap - Realistic Pretzel Rod Soap - Food Soap - Pretzels - Fake Food - Food Prop - Vegan Soap - Gift for Him - Novelty Gift by ajsweetsoap   

6.75 USD

Pretzel Soap that's just so much fun - you won't want to use them! Fun to display and indulgent to use - our newest food soap is sure to delight and impress! Realistic pretzel rod soap - detailed to appear as if they just came from the bag! You'll even be amazed by the texture of pretzel salt!

Each 7 inch pretzel rod soap is scented with our Fresh Baked Bread oil. Delicious! A great party favor and stocking stuffer - even adorable as room decor - just stand in a glass for a touch of whimsy. You'll love these!

You'll receive a set of 6 pretzel rod soaps with each listing. Each weighs just below an ounce. No lightweight soap, and perfect for little hands!

We always combine shipping on multiple orders. Overages will be refunded once your package is ready to ship.


          Chocolate Stripe Cookie Soap - Soap Cookies - Cookie Soap - Fake Food - Food Soap - Dessert - Chocolate Fudge - Party Favor by ajsweetsoap   

6.75 USD

A classic favorite - now in a fun new cookie soap!

A set of 5 cookies - each scented with Shortbread oil and thick, rich chocolatey-fudge striping. Even more realistic - all the detail of a freshly-baked cookie!

Perfect for the cookie lover for all occasions - and adorably packaged, too!

For your convenience, we always combine shipping charges on multiple items! Shipping overages will be refunded back to you once your items are packed and ready to ship.


          Italian Bakery Cookie Soap - Cookie Soap - Fake Food - Bakery - Party Favor - Realistic Fake Food - Vegan Soap - Valentines Day by ajsweetsoap   

7.25 USD

Another favorite from our local Italian Bakery has now become a favorite soap treat! Our bakery cookies are so true to life - fully detailed to resemble a freshly baked sweet treat that's ready for dunking! Each is partially dipped in rich, thick chocolate (soap, of course!) and sprinkled with decorative and colorful non-pariels.

A great gift idea for anyone who loves their sweets!

A set of 2 cookies, each individually wrapped and fragranced with our Shortbread fragrance oil.


          Kitchen helper - Perrin's Clinton View Lodge - Kensington, PE   
Languages English Education No degree, certificate or diploma Counter Attendant and Food Preparer Skills Use manual and electrical appliances to clean, peel, $11.50 an hour
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          Mexican agents probe family in 3 ritual murders   
It was a family people took pity on, one the government and church helped with free food, used clothes, and farm animals. The men were known as trash pickers. Some of the women were suspected of prostitution.
          AP Exclusive: Slain boy's mom discusses cult life   
When Ria Ramkissoon's spiritual mentor ordered her to deny food and water to her toddler son, she didn't know what to think or do. She was paralyzed by fear and confusion.
          Right handled Boys/girls Pedigree British Shorthair kittens Available For Sale (Oodle) $420   
They are fully vaccinated and will come with all papers Text me now 720 x 515 x 7452 Fully vet checked Microchipped Worm/flea treated4 generation pedigree certificate GCCF Non-active registration card (for pet indoor homes only not for breeding purposes Each kitten will come with a goody bag of toys treats and food.

          Motherhood lessons: Year 2   
1. A supportive husband makes all the difference between a caring, nurturing mother and a crazy one. Seriously. Many have been the days when I am feeling overwhelmed and frustrated, and in sweeps the hubby and makes everything better. Sometimes he works quietly in the background, doing the dishes when I've fallen asleep without meaning to (again!). Other times he's vocal, full of helpful advice and loving words. But most of all, he makes everything better just by being there.

2. Night-wakings. It gets tiresome, sure, but remember when you would give anything for a little one to hold and to love? Well, you have her now - so cherish every part of it.

3. The Poop Superpower. All kids have it. You know, the ability to poop at will, only to be utilised when Mum sits down for a meal or when you are all ready to finally leave the house for that important errand that had to be done last week.
There have been days when there hasn't been a single poop the whole day, and no sooner have I sat down for my first warm meal of the day, when suddenly there are little hands tugging at my clothes, innocent eyes looking up at me while a sweet voice declares, "Ammi! Poopoo."

4. Little Perfectionist. When your toddler sees you lying down, with your eyes closed, body quite still - it doesn't just occur to her that you're sleeping (or trying to). She must make sure of the truth! She must come and shake you, poke you, repeatedly shout, 'Ammi, Ammi, AMMI!!!' until you groggily open your eyes to see what the ruckus is all about. Having thus annihilated any chance of getting the elusive nap, she will ask in the most innocent way, 'anna anna?' (in English: were you sleeping?) *facepalm*
Not anymore, Baby Girl, not anymore!

5. Kickfest! As soon as you conceive again, your child will miraculously decide that it is not enough to take over the family bed - no, Ammi must be kicked in the tummy repeatedly throughout the night. With as much force as possible.
(Obviously, the mountain of pillows comes into existence much before the third trimester in this situation!)

6. Little Helper. The 18-24month olds love 'helping' around the house. In our case, 'cleaning' with a 'toochoo' (tissue/wet wipe) is an all time favourite. Hand Baby Girl a wipe and watch her wipe down every surface in sight - the only unscribbled-on corner of the coffee table; the sofa; her face; your face (yes, in that order!). Far be it for her to clean in a way that actually helps Ammi. She is desperate to help, yes, but she will do it her way!

7. Randomness. Toddlers are the masters of random. It is not unusual for us to be treated to spontaneous bursts of nursery rhymes, 'Allah Allah' (anything religious like Surahs/Duas, in Baby Girl's own special language) and some very funny statements.
These incidents make great Facebook statuses, and more than make up for the exhaustion that seems to accompany parenthood. I'm going to make a scrapbook of all the statuses I've ever uploaded about my kiddos. One day. Soon. InshaAllah.






8. Best friends. There is something magical about the second year of your child's life. They are eager to use their burgeoning communication skills yet often need a translator (aka Mommy) to get their message across to the world.
This tight bond that the two of you share - the mutual knowledge that you will always know what they mean, regardless of their ability to express it, is precious beyond measure.
For now, you two are the best of friends. May this friendship last forevermore. Amen.

9. Baby weight. If you're still carrying extra weight two years postpartum, its probably your baby's fault. I mean, hey, someone has to finish off all those leftovers! I hate wasting food, and those toddler-sized leftovers seem harmless enough...until you end up eating an extra half meal at every meal.

10. Tete-a-tete. Conversation between a mother and a child is sacred. No one should interrupt just because THEY don't understand what the child is saying. If we don't listen to them when they're young, they won't talk to us when they're older.

11. Sleepy time. Naptimes and the hours after bedtime have a strangely ethereal quality to them - its a kind of peacefulness that comes with the certainty that the little one is safely ensconced in a room, without you having to supervise their 'explorations' and 'inspections' of everything. Needless to say, anyone who dares disturb the peace of the parents....I mean, the valuable sleep of a child...is not viewed with friendly eyes.

12. Are you a perfectionist...or a slacker? I'm a slacker. There, I said it. And I had to make a conscious effort to become one. Being a perfectionist by nature, it was easy to fall into a pattern of constant criticism, complaints and condemnation. This was ruining the general atmosphere of the home and I realized we were getting sucked into a vicious cycle of negativity, all because of me. Because I was unable to let go of the little things and focus on the bigger picture. And so began the long and ardous journey of trying to maintain a positive demeanor - or, at the very least, a civil one, during trying times.

13. Keep calm and carry on. This is an important one for me. When I'm hungry/tired/rundown for any reason, I find I'm unable to handle even the slightest of stressful situations. With a toddler, this means that the little crises quickly escalate into big ones, which take that much more effort to deal with.
Solution: remain level-headed in every situation. Remember, YOU'RE the mature person, not your little one.

14. Grossed-out. NOT. You will reach a whole new level of grossness-handling ability. Recently hubby and I went out for dinner with our nearly 2 year old. She took a good sized bite of chicken, chewed it up, spit it out into her hand to inspect it, and put it back into her mouth. Then ate it. I didn't even bat an eyelid. Hey, if it didn't touch anything but her hand, its fair game. It came out of her own mouth, after all. (See what I mean?)

There are more - oh so many more that I meant to write but I was simply too busy/exhausted to actually write when inspiration struck. But this one is for sure - the LOVE - the completely overwhelming and all-encompassing LOVE for your child - that never reduces. And you think, how will I ever love anyone else with all this love for my baby overflowing from my heart? But miraculously, when He blesses you with another little person, He doubles the capacity in your heart as well. Subhanallah. (As I type this, we await the arrival of Baby Girl no.2. But the love is already present. I haven't met my precious angel yet, but already I love her beyond expression.)

Do you have any Motherhood Lessons to share? If you do, I'd love to hear them!

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          The truth about HG   
(This is an angry post. I apologize in advance.)

I'm going to come out and say it - I don't have morning sickness, ok? Its a mild case of Hyperemesis Gravidarum, and its horrible. Even though its 'mild', its absolutely horrible. And don't even get me started about the state of people who suffer from the severe form of this debilitating disease.

Right now, I am so angry and hurt and disappointed and generally low that for the longest time I didn't know what to write. I even thought whether it was worth writing. But it is, so here I am. Because the world needs to know how HG destroys the woman from the inside out. People need to research about it and support their loved ones during this hard time instead of making them feel worse than they already do.

Going through this a second time I have lost all patience with 'good intentions'. Educate yourself, people. Its not that hard.


You know you have HG when...

1) No amount of saltine crackers/ginger/peppermint even touches the nausea.
2) You need a bunch of pills just to 'survive'...and by survive I mean curl up on the couch like the living dead and watch your toddler destroy the living room.
3) You are unable to function like a normal human being - taking a quick shower requires herculean strength and makes you so sick and exhausted you just want to curl up and die and wonder why you bothered in the first place.
4) Doctors think you're just making it up and you stop using the term 'hyperemesis' just to avoid those sarcastic looks and comments.
5) Family members think you're just being overly dramatic. But when you try to explain they don't want to hear any of it because its all your fault because you didn't do XYZ or didn't eat such and such a thing and so you probably deserve it.
6) You struggle to keep food down, any food at all for 4 months straight, and the thing that stays down just happens to be a very specific brand and flavour of chips and soda. But people still think its ok to tell you that you're going to put on too much weight because you were already overweight to begin with, remember?
7) You spiral downwards into the worst kind of depression because HG renders you completely and utterly useless and people think you're lazy and irresponsible - and you don't even have the energy to correct them.
8) The weakness/debilitating nausea stays long after the vomitting subsides. Just because you're not vomitting does not mean you are 100%.
9) Being hungry worsens the nausea but eating makes you puke. Catch 22.
10) You can only keep down random things such as instant noodles from a particular company (safe foods) so as soon as you have a new safe food you stock up on it. Only to find it is no longer safe. So it seems prudent to not hoard food, but then when you have a craving for that particular thing you beat yourself up for not being far-sighted enough to keep extra. Catch 22 again.
11)There are times when you're too sick to eat and too hungry to sleep, and when you finally cry yourself to sleep you dream about food - only to wake up and puke your guts out at the mere thought of it.
12) Food aversions are your new best friends. The smell of fish cooked today makes you throw up several times daily for the next two days - and whenever you are unfortunate enough to think of it. Also, the revulsion to certain foods stays long after the baby is born - these smells become a reminder of a bleak period of time you would rather not think about.
13) Even after the worst is over, the smallest of puke session sends you into a full fledged panic attack.
14) Water becomes your worst enemy.
15) You want to cry tears of joy when you find a doctor who believes it is possible to still be puking your guts out beyond the first trimester.
16) You are not completely surprised when a doctor says angrily, 'What do you want from us?? What do you expect us to do?" because the medicines they gave aren't working and she thinks you're just wasting her time.
17) Suggestions/hints at lifestyle changes push you over the edge because you just want them to know HG IS NOT MY FAULT!! It is NOT caused by lack of sleep and eating vitamins/fruits/veggies will NOT make it go away!!
18) HG support groups and websites like http://www.helpher.org/ become your lifeline.

P.s. Have an HG story? Share it! I'm all about HG awareness these days.

          Toddler-Friendly Food   
Assalam alaikum, peeps. 


Its been a whole ten (!!) days since my last post. The past two weeks have been absolutely, mind-bogglingly crazy, not least because of Baby Girl.

While the main cause of worry was (and is) her sleeping habits, her eating habits have also caused some concern. She's not always a fussy eater; but when she is, she makes sure not to eat a single thing the whole day. Except what falls on the floor. Oh yeah, floor food is the best. 

But I persevere. On her picky eating days I give her bread and butter, or Ella's Kitchen Puffits and raisins, to assuage my guilty conscience that atleast she's eating something. On the other days, if they happen to coincide with the days where I manage to cook actual food, I try new recipes. Because I really want us to have a varied, balanced diet. So what if the kitchen is an absolute mess and the sink (and the counter tops and kitchen table) are overflowing with dishes? If there is anything motherhood has taught me, it is that dirty dishes don't matter as much as full tummies and happy hearts.

And boy, were the tummies full and hearts happy with Chicken Pie and Cheesy Broccoli Bites! Not only hubby, but Baby Girl loved these as well. Baby Girl LOVED these foods! Can you sense my happiness? I found not one, but TWO fail proof recipes for my toddler that had actual vegetables in them! So, without further ado, the recipes:-

1. Chicken Pie


(This recipe was given to me by my oldest and dearest friend, Ms. Wardah Fayyaz - baking whiz and best friend extraordinaire.) 

Ingredients:

500gm readymade puff pastry block
2 onions (chopped)
2 medium capsicums (chopped)
2 carrots (chopped)
2 medium potatoes (boiled and chopped)
3 chicken breasts (cubed into 1 inch pieces)
1 cup peas
1/2 sweetcorn (I used 1 cup because I love sweetcorn; feel free to adjust according to your taste)
Spices, to taste: salt, black pepper, paprika, chilli flakes
4 tbsp soya sauce
2 tbsp garlic paste
2 tbsp plain flour
1/2 cup cooking oil

Method:

1) Pour oil in a large pan, and heat on medium/high flame.
2) Add garlic paste to oil. Take care to step back, it will sizzle.
3) After a few seconds of cooking the garlic paste, add the chicken cubes. Cook till all the water from the chicken evaporates and oil separates.
4) Add onions; stir fry till translucent.
5) Now add spices and soya sauce. (At this point I also added a generous dash of lemon juice and 1 cube of chicken stock. And I didn't add chilli.)
6) Add veggies and stir fry on high heat for 5 mins. (I also added mushrooms and leeks, and omitted the potatoes.)
7) Sprinkle the flour over the mixture and mix well.
8) Finish off with 1-2 cups water; cover and cook for 5 minutes. You should have a liquidy, creamy texture. Pour into a casserole dish.

Directions for covering the dish with puff pastry taken from BBC Good Food:-

Heat oven to 220C/fan 200C/gas 7. On a floured surface, roll the pastry to the thickness of two £1 coins. Cut a long strip as wide as the rim of the pie dish and, using a little of the egg, fix to the edge of the pie dish. Brush with egg, then lift the rest of the pastry over the pie, using the rolling pin to help. Gently press the edges with your fingers and trim with a sharp knife. Brush lightly with egg to glaze, then bake for 30 mins or until the pastry is risen and dark golden brown.

               (Picture courtesy: Ms Wardah Fayyaz)


Cheesy Broccoli Bites


Ingredients:

  • 2 cup chopped – broccoli, raw
  • 2 large – egg
  • 1/2 tsp – salt
  • 1/2 cup, crumbs – panko (japanese bread crumbs)
  • 1/2 cup – parmesan cheese
  • 2 tablespoon – olive oil

Method:

  1. Steam 2 cups of broccoli
  2. Add broccoli, egg, salt, panko or bread crumbs, and parmesan cheese to a food processor.
  3. Blend just till chopped finely.
  4. Using 1 tablespoon at a time, form into balls.
  5. Heat oil in a skillet.  Drop balls of broccoli mixture into pan.  Flatten with a spatula and cook until both sides are crispy.
(Recipe courtesy: Super Healthy Kids)

cheesy broccoli bites for super healthy kids 600
 (Picture courtesy: Super Healthy Kids)

So there you have it! Try these healthy and easy recipes, and let me know how they turned out.

P.s. Liked this post? Sharing is caring! ;)

(Edited to add: this post was also published on Muslim Moms USA Blog)

          Motherhood lessons: Year 1   
I've been meaning to write this for a long time, but I just didn't know how to start; where to begin. Classic case of writer's block. And then there was this status on the Facebook page of a blog (Confessions of a Muslim MOMmaholic), asking readers what was the greatest kindness someone had ever shown them (in terms of mommyhood) - or something to that effect.

And finally, at long last, this post happened.


1. It will be challenging. Like, pulling your hair out kind of difficult, on some days. But then they'll flash you that million dollar smile and you'll think, what was I on about?

2. Judging and being judged. Don't judge other parents, and if others judge you, that's their problem. Never before did I realize the importance of judgementalism. I have always been a very opinionated person, and when I saw something I didn't agree with, it was immediately wrong, in my eyes.
Now, of course, I know better (I think). If I see something I disagree with, especially in terms of parenting practices, I remind myself that only the parent knows what works for their child. And God knows parents need the benefit of the doubt more than the accusing finger!

3. Nappy rash. DO use a nappy rash prevention cream. We used Mustela Vitamin Barrier Cream (I'm not getting paid for this, I swear!). Alhumdulillah our baby hardly ever suffered from nappy rash. On the rare occasions that it did happen, Sudocrem was a lifesaver.

4. Disposable changing pads. Need I say more?

5. Disposable bibs. I got this tip off the internet (no idea which website, sorry). Someone had said in a forum that once baby was on solids, she started using disposable bibs outside the home. This way she didn't have to cart around dirty rags with food on them. I agree 100% - there is more than enough laundry to do without adding 'foodified' bibs to the mix.

6. Laundry. Speaking of which - every day will be laundry day. You will never be able to conquer the laundry monster. I still forge ahead valiantly, hoping that surely the day will arrive when all the dirty clothes are washed,dried, and (gasp!) put away; but so far, washing and drying are about as far as I have gotten. But I do not lose hope.

7. Baby clothes. The amount of clothes babies need is directly proportional to the speed with which they will outgrow them.

8. Dirty dishes. There will always be millions of them. Do them if you can, and don't if you can't. Just don't stress over it. Its not worth it. Instead, thank Allah (SWT) - that everyone is well fed, alhumdulillah. (And then go take a nap, or whatever.)

The list goes on..and on...and on. The list, the advice, it never ends - much like the wonders of motherhood.

These are about all the things I can remember at the moment. What have I missed out? Let me know your Motherhood Lessons in the comments section!

P.s. That awesome blog I mentioned (total hero worship going on here, by the way!) - here's the link: http://confessionsofamuslimmommaholic.com/

(Edited to add: this post was also published on Muslim Moms USA Blog)

          Notes to Self   
Forget about carefree dates with hubby; about peaceful, guilt-free me-time; about reasons for smiling that do not include your baby.
Forget about sleeping through the night or through the morning; forget about uninterrupted sleep, altogether.
Forget about not having to share your food and drink; forget about unhurried, uneventful mealtimes. Forget about junk food and fast food - don't want Baby Girl eating that, do you?
Forget about a life that was about you; forget about girlish notions and over-ambitious plans and unattainable goals; life is about the daily grind now.
And you wouldn't have it any other way.

          Manager, Plant - Weston Foods - Maplehurst, NB   
Ensure inventory levels are replenished in a timely manner consistent with meeting customer demands, maintaining freshness, and meeting minimum fill rate...
From Weston Foods - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 14:40:20 GMT - View all Maplehurst, NB jobs
          Replenishment Manager, Wal-mart - Weston Foods - Maplehurst, NB   
Accurately forecast customer demand to support the customer service levels and event/promotion activity....
From Weston Foods - Wed, 17 May 2017 10:09:44 GMT - View all Maplehurst, NB jobs
          Bakery Trainer - Weston Foods - Maplehurst, NB   
Job Address: 203 S. E. 22nd. Street Suite 7, Bentonville, Arkansas, 72712 POSITION: Bakery Trainer REPORTS TO: Manager in Charge of Account LOCATION: Based on
From Weston Foods - Thu, 22 Jun 2017 23:51:17 GMT - View all Maplehurst, NB jobs
          07/01/2017 - Kinder Camps, Ages 4-6   
Jr. Swim (June 26th-30th, & July 10th-14th &  Aug 21st-25th)
5 day of SWIM LESSONS for your Jr. Swimmer taught by certified Swim Instructors.  Jr. Campers will have their swim lesson in the morning and then enjoy the different Kroc venues in the afternoon. 
 
Top Chef. Jr. (June 26th-30th & Aug 14th-18th)
Campers join the Kroc Chef to learn the essentials of cooking and kitchen safety. They will get to make multiple kid friendly recipes to eat throughout the week and have a variety of food related crafts and projects!
 
Knights & Princesses (July 3rd-7th)
Once upon a time, your little knight or princess came to the Kroc Center to build and destroy castles, dress up in shining armor and princess dresses--and they learned exactly what it means to be a chivalrous knight or a princess at heart.
 
Jr. Cupcake Wars (July 10th-14th)
This is one of our camp favorites coming this summer for our kinder Campers! Their job for the week is to enjoy creating and decorating cupcakes!
 
Dinosaurs (July 17th-21st)
Come explore the prehistoric world of dinosaurs! Learn about the different types of dinosaurs, their names and how they lived, as well as fun and exciting dino facts!
 
Messy Art (July 17th-21st)
A fun and messy art camp designed for campers to express themselves in a creative and fun way using a variety of materials. Expect hands on crafts, finger painting, and much more!
 
Superhero Academy (July 24th-28th)
Up, UP, and AWAY! Jr. Campers are encouraged to come dressed up as their favorite superhero as we learn about different superheroes and their abilities.
 
 
Zootopia (July 24th-28th & Aug 7th-11th)
Whether you’re a fan of the latest movie “Zootopia” or you just love zoo animals, come out for a roarin’ good time at camp this week!
 
Under the Sea (July 31st-Aug 4th & Aug 14th-18th)
Is your child curious to learn about what’s under the sea? Campers will learn each day about a new sea creature, create under the sea art, and enjoy several sea activities on dry land. It’s your child’s opportunity to go under the sea without having to travel far from home.
 
Fun in the Sun (Aug 7th-11th)
Play water games, fun camp games and enjoy other summer-time activities. Playing outside and being active is an important part of being a kid and this camp will include lots of time for just that! 
          Jobs - Banquet Manager   
Seattle 98104, WA, United States
Join the best service team in town! The Arctic Club Seattle is currently seeking an experienced Banquet Manager. summary Manage/Supervises all banquet activities, including set up of banquet space and service of food and beverages, to ensure that groups using the hotel's banquet facilities are completely satisfied in accordance with the standards of The Hotel Group and ...
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          Assistant Prepared Foods Manager - Earth Fare - Charleston, SC   
Knowledge of food service industry trends, as well as common allergies and specialized dietary terms such as gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, etc....
From Earth Fare - Sat, 01 Jul 2017 05:42:31 GMT - View all Charleston, SC jobs
          Cook Supervisor - McLean County Jail - Aramark - Bloomington, IL   
Ensure proper portion and any special dietary requirements are fulfilled. ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms,...
From Aramark - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 10:21:41 GMT - View all Bloomington, IL jobs
          Dietary Aide - Absolut Care - Eden, NY   
Absolut Care is searching for Dietary Aides to join their Food Service Team! Do you want to make a difference in your community?...
From Absolut Care - Thu, 04 May 2017 21:21:18 GMT - View all Eden, NY jobs
          FiveFromFoodFridays #17.25   

FourFromFoodFridays 17.25

Four From Food Fridays – a weekly look at four things I’ve been loving in the last seven days. They can be new or old, any style so long as it’s been getting some rotation in the studio. From top left:

The Allergies – Entitled To That / Get Down On You (Jalapeno) 7″ – Northern Soul-styled summer smasher from the Bristol duo to set up album no.2. Drops in two weeks, pre-order now.

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Murder of the Universe (Heavenly / Flightless) LP – Absolutely insane concept album by Australia’s most inventive psych / prog / jazz / rock band

Ilia Gorovitz – Turmoil/Simmering With No End (Rassh Records) 7″ – Fuzzed up heavy beats out of Jerusalem

Bogus Order – Stooge (Ahead Of Our Time) DL – From Zen Brakes vol.2 – a follow up to the first ever Ninja Tune release 27 years later by the one and only Coldcut, full album out today.

 


          Dietary Aide FT 11a-7p - William Penn Care Center - Delmont, PA   
Be aware of all residents’ dietary needs. The Dining Services Aide is to assist with the preparation and serving of food to residents in the facility.... $9 an hour
From Indeed - Tue, 09 May 2017 19:54:30 GMT - View all Delmont, PA jobs
          Assistant Prepared Foods Manager - Earth Fare - Greenville, SC   
Knowledge of food service industry trends, as well as common allergies and specialized dietary terms such as gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, etc....
From Earth Fare - Tue, 13 Jun 2017 05:43:52 GMT - View all Greenville, SC jobs
          Contemplating the future of food   
  What is the future of food? This was the question posed to five chefs whose restaurants had previously been voted No. 1 by the jury of the World's 50 Best Restaurants awards. The prestigious panel included the legendary Ferran Adria of El Bulli, the restaurant that revolutionized the dining scene in the early 2000s, taking culinary artistry to a whole new level with molecular gastronomy. While El Bulli closed in 2011, its status as the World's Best remains unshaken, having been recognized as the World's No. 1 restaurant a record five times: In 2002, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009. Adria was joined onstage by Rene Redzepi, the chef who has made foraging a part of the cul...

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          Kajol In Lola By Suman B At Mcvities Event   
It was a trench coat with a skirt, both from Lola By Suman B for Kajol for attending a food product’s promotional event held recently. With her hair in a ponytail, the actor rounded out her look with a pair of ankle-strap Tresmode sandals. The look begged for a pair of fitted pants or a […]
          101 ways to annoy people   

    1. Sing the Batman theme incessantly.
    2. In the memo field of all your checks, write "for sensual massage."
    3. Specify that your drive-through order is "to go."
    4. Learn Morse code, and have conversations with friends in public consisting entirely of "Beeeep Bip Bip Beeep Bip..."
    5. If you have a glass eye, tap on it occasionally with your pen while talking to others.
    6. Amuse yourself for endless hours by hooking a camcorder to your TV and then pointing it at the screen.
    7. Speak only in a "robot" voice.
    8. Push all the flat Lego pieces together tightly.
    9. Start each meal by conspicuously licking all your food, and announce that this is so no one will "swipe your grub".
    10. Leave the copy machine set to reduce 200%, extra dark, 17 inch paper, 98 copies.
    11. Stomp on little plastic ketchup packets.
    12. Sniffle incessantly.
    13. Leave your turn signal on for fifty miles.
    14. Name your dog "Dog."
    15. Insist on keeping your car windshield wipers running in all weather conditions "to keep them tuned up."
    16. Reply to everything someone says with "that's what YOU think."
    17. Claim that you must always wear a bicycle helmet as part of your "astronaut training."
    18. Declare your apartment an independent nation, and sue your neighbors upstairs for "violating your airspace".
    19. Forget the punchline to a long joke, but assure the listener it was a "real hoot."
    20. Follow a few paces behind someone, spraying everything they touch with Lysol.
    21. Practice making fax and modem noises.
    22. Highlight irrelevant information in scientific papers and "cc:" them to your boss.
    23. Make beeping noises when a large person backs up.
    24. Invent nonsense computer jargon in conversations, and see if people play along to avoid the appearance of ignorance.
    25. Erect an elaborate network of ropes in your backyard, and tell the neighbors you are a "spider person."
    26. Finish all your sentences with the words "in accordance with the prophesy."
    27. Wear a special hip holster for your remote control.
    28. Do not add any inflection to the end of your sentences, producing awkward silences with the impression that you'll be saying more any moment.
    29. Signal that a conversation is over by clamping your hands over your ears.
    30. Disassemble your pen and "accidentally" flip the ink cartridge across the room.
    31. Give a play-by-play account of a persons every action in a nasal Howard Cosell voice.
    32. Holler random numbers while someone is counting.
    33. Adjust the tint on your TV so that all the people are green, and insist to others that you "like it that way."
    34. Drum on every available surface.
    35. Staple papers in the middle of the page.
    36. Ask 1-800 operators for dates.
    37. Produce a rental video consisting entirely of dire FBI copyright warnings.
    38. Sew anti-theft detector strips into peoples backpacks.
    39. Hide dairy products in inaccessible places.
    40. Write the surprise ending to a novel on its first page.
    41. Set alarms for random times.
    42. Order a side of pork rinds with your filet mignon.
    43. Instead of Gallo, serve Night Train next Thanksgiving.
    44. Publicly investigate just how slowly you can make a "croaking" noise.
    45. Honk and wave to strangers.
    46. Dress only in clothes colored Hunters Orange.
    47. Change channels five minutes before the end of every show.
    48. Tape pieces of "Sweating to the Oldies" over climactic parts of rental movies.
    49. Wear your pants backwards.
    50. Decline to be seated at a restaurant, and simply eat their complimentary mints by the cash register.
    51. Begin all your sentences with "ooh la la!"
    52. ONLY TYPE IN UPPERCASE.
    53. only type in lowercase.
    54. dont use any punctuation either
    55. Buy a large quantity of orange traffic cones and reroute whole streets.
    56. Pay for your dinner with pennies.
    57. Tie jingle bells to all your clothes.
    58. Repeat everything someone says, as a question.
    59. Write "X - BURIED TREASURE" in random spots on all of someone's roadmaps.
    60. Inform everyone you meet of your personal Kennedy assassination/UFO/ O.J Simpson conspiracy theories.
    61. Repeat the following conversation a dozen times: "Do you hear that?" "What?" "Never mind, its gone now."
    62. Light road flares on a birthday cake.
    63. Wander around a restaurant, asking other diners for their parsley.
    64. Leave tips in Bolivian currency.
    65. Demand that everyone address you as "Conquistador."
    66. At the laundromat, use one dryer for each of your socks.
    67. When Christmas caroling, sing "Jingle Bells, Batman smells" until physically restrained.
    68. Wear a cape that says "Magnificent One."
    69. As much as possible, skip rather than walk.
    70. Stand over someone's shoulder, mumbling, as they read.
    71. Pretend your computer's mouse is a CB radio, and talk to it.
    72. Try playing the William Tell Overture by tapping on the bottom of your chin. When nearly done, announce "no, wait, I messed it up," and repeat.
    73. Drive half a block.
    74. Inform others that they exist only in your imagination.
    75. Ask people what gender they are.
    76. Lick the filling out of all the Oreos, and place the cookie parts back.
    77. Cultivate a Norwegian accent. If Norwegian, affect a Southern drawl.
    78. Routinely handcuff yourself to furniture, informing the curious that you don't want to fall off "in case the big one comes".
    79. Deliberately hum songs that will remain lodged in co-workers brains, such as "Feliz Navidad", the Archies "Sugar" or the Mr. Rogers theme song.
    80. While making presentations, occasionally bob your head. like a parakeet.
    81. Lie obviously about trivial things such as the time of day.
    82. Leave your Christmas lights up and lit until September.
    83. Change your name to "AaJohn Aaaaasmith" for the great glory of being first in the phone book. Claim it's a Hawaiian name, and demand that people pronounce each "a."
    84. Sit in your front yard pointing a hair dryer at passing cars to see if they slow down.
    85. Chew on pens that you've borrowed.
    86. Wear a LOT of cologne.
    87. Listen to 33rpm records at 45rpm speed, and claim the faster speed is necessary because of your "superior mental processing."
    88. Sing along at the opera.
    89. Mow your lawn with scissors.
    90. At a golf tournament, chant "swing-batabatabata-suhWING-batter!"
    91. Ask the waitress for an extra seat for your "imaginary friend."
    92. Go to a poetry recital and ask why each poem doesn't rhyme.
    93. Ask your co-workers mysterious questions, and then scribble their answers in a notebook. Mutter something about "psychological profiles."
    94. Stare at static on the TV and claim you can see a "magic picture."
    95. Select the same song on the jukebox fifty times.
    96. Never make eye contact.
    97. Never break eye contact..
    98. Construct elaborate "crop circles" in your front lawn.
    99. Construct your own pretend "tricorder," and "scan" people with it, announcing the results.
    100. Make appointments for the 31st of September.
    101. Invite lots of people to other people's parties.

          Restaurant Team Member (Crew) - SONIC® Drive-In - Dimmitt, TX   
Providing food service to our guests with enthusiasm. SONIC and its independent franchise owners are Equal Opportunity Employers....
From SONIC® Drive-In - Sat, 11 Mar 2017 08:44:15 GMT - View all Dimmitt, TX jobs
          Manager, Plant - Weston Foods - Maplehurst, NB   
Identify growth opportunities and build business cases to make recommendations to senior management team for investment to meet capacity/expansion needs or to...
From Weston Foods - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 14:40:20 GMT - View all Maplehurst, NB jobs
          Bill's Restaurant Highcross Leicester Review   
Last weekend I shared our recent family day out at Highcross Leicester, where we had a lovely day exploring the shops, checking out the brand new Toys R Us store and visiting Bill's Restaurant. I wanted to share a full review of our visit to Bill's with you, as we were just so impressed with the full experience from the food to the venue and the wonderful team there. If you're local to Leicester or visiting soon, you must make a visit to Bill's - you won't be disappointed!

Bill's Restaurant Highcross Leicester Review
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          Family Friendly Ego Restaurant West Bridgford Review   
When you have a toddler, going out for meals as a family can be quite the task. You need to find somewhere that is family friendly, all whilst having delicious food that all the family can enjoy. We were recently invited to Ego Restuarant in West Bridgford, Nottingham, and I'm happy to say this is exactly the kind of venue you want to find as a family, somewhere so family-friendly in fact, that they fully cater to little ones and even provide something very special on Sunday's to keep all the family happy.

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          Holy Grail Moisturiser for Dry Skin   
I have used, adored and repurchased the Weleda Skin Food for several years now, an incredible multi-purpose product that has well earned a full post dedicated to it. If you have dry or rough skin, this really is a wonderful, and very budget-friendly, product that is well worth looking into adding to your beauty stash.

Weleda Skin Food for Dry and Rough Skin Review
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          NABARD (National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development) Recruitment 2017 Apply Online for 117 Assistant Manager, Manager vacancy    

NABARD Recruitment 2017 Apply Online for 09 Assistant Manager vacancy before 12th July 2017

NABARD invites application for Recruitment of 09 Assistant Manager and regarding this a job advertisement is published in www.nabard.org . and in employment news. All Interested Aspirants who want to apply for Assistant Manager opening in National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development on 09 and have Post Graduation Degree can Apply Online.Candidates are advised to check all eligibility requirements such as qualification, experience, upper age limit before applying from NABARD recruitment notification summered below:-

National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development Recruitment Notification 2017 (www.nabard.org .)

Post Name and Total No. of Vacancies - 09 posts
1. Assistant Manager (P&SS) - 09 posts

Employment Terms - Full time

Experience Requirements - : Freshers jobs

Pay band - Selected candidate will be posted on pay band INR Rs.28,150/- .as directed by recruitment committee and as mentioned in National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development notification

Place of Posting - Across India

Selection Process - Selection will be done according to the direction of selection committee and based on the performance in the Interview.

Age Criteria - Candidate age must be between 25 to 40 Years As on 01-06-2017. Age relaxations will be applicable only in upper age limit as per the norms for individual posts age criteria check job advertisement.

Educational Qualification - Interested Aspirant who want to take part in NABARD recruitment process must have Post Graduation Degree Certificates/Degree or its equivalent Qualification from a recognized Board / University. Post wise qualification is mentioned in Qualification criteria section in notification.


How To Apply - Interested aspirant can fill online application form www.nabard.org . before or on 12-07-2017

Application Fee
  1. For General/OBC Candidates Application Fee is - 750/- 
  2. For All Other Candidates (ST/SC) Application Fee is - 100/-
Important dates - Last date for Online Registration of Application : 12-07-2017


NABARD Recruitment 2017 Apply Online for 91 Assistant Manager vacancy before 10th July 2017

NABARD invites application for Recruitment of 91 Assistant Manager and regarding this a job advertisement is published in www.nabard.org . and in employment news. All Interested Aspirants who want to apply for Assistant Manager opening in National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development on 91 and have Bachelor’s Degree / Chartered Accountant /Cost Accountant / Company Secretary / P.G. Diploma can Apply Online.Candidates are advised to check all eligibility requirements such as qualification, experience, upper age limit before applying from NABARD recruitment notification summered below:-

National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development Recruitment Notification 2017 (www.nabard.org .)

Post Name and Total No. of Vacancies - 91 posts
1. General - 46
2. Economics - 05
3. Agriculture - 06
4. Agriculture Engineering - 02
5. Plantation & Horticulture - 04
6. Animal Husbandry - 05
7. Fisheries - 03
8. Food Processing - 03
9. Forestry - 03
10. Environmental Engineering - 03
11. Water Resource Development & Management - 04
12. Social Work - 02
13. Chartered Accountant - 03
14. Company Secretary - 02 posts

Employment Terms - Full time

Experience Requirements - : Freshers jobs

Pay band - Selected candidate will be posted on pay band INR Rs. 28150 - 55600/-.as directed by recruitment committee and as mentioned in National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development notification

Place of Posting - Across India

Selection Process - Selection will be done according to the direction of selection committee and based on the performance in the Written Exam, Interview.

Age Criteria - Candidate age must be between 21 to 30 years as on 01-06-2017. Age relaxations will be applicable only in upper age limit as per the norms for individual posts age criteria check job advertisement.

Educational Qualification - Interested Aspirant who want to take part in NABARD recruitment process must have Bachelor’s Degree / Chartered Accountant /Cost Accountant / Company Secretary / P.G. Diploma Certificates/Degree or its equivalent Qualification from a recognized Board / University. Post wise qualification is mentioned in Qualification criteria section in notification.


How To Apply - Interested aspirant can fill online application form www.nabard.org . before or on 10-07-2017

Important dates - Last date for Online Registration of Application : 10-07-2017


NABARD Recruitment 2017 Apply Online for  17 Manager vacancy before 7th July 2017

NABARD invites application for Recruitment of 17 Manager and regarding this a job advertisement is published in www.nabard.org . and in employment news. All Interested Aspirants who want to apply for Manager opening in National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development on 17 and have Graduation Degree can Apply Online.Candidates are advised to check all eligibility requirements such as qualification, experience, upper age limit before applying from NABARD recruitment notification summered below:-

National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development Recruitment Notification 2017 (www.nabard.org .)

Post Name and Total No. of Vacancies - 17 posts
1. Manager (RDBS) General - 09
2. Manager (RDBS) Agriculture - 08 posts

Employment Terms - Full time

Experience Requirements - : Freshers jobs

Pay band - Selected candidate will be posted on pay band INR Rs. 35,150 - 62,400/-. .as directed by recruitment committee and as mentioned in National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development notification

Place of Posting - Across India

Selection Process - Selection will be done according to the direction of selection committee and based on the performance in the Written Exam, Interview.

Age Criteria - Candidate age must be between 21 to 35 Years As On 01-06-2017. Age relaxations will be applicable only in upper age limit as per the norms for individual posts age criteria check job advertisement.

Educational Qualification - Interested Aspirant who want to take part in NABARD recruitment process must have Graduation Degree Certificates/Degree or its equivalent Qualification from a recognized Board / University. Post wise qualification is mentioned in Qualification criteria section in notification.


How To Apply - Interested aspirant can fill online application form www.nabard.org . before or on 07-07-2017

Important dates - Last date for Online Registration of Application : 07-07-2017


          FCI (Food Corporation of India) Recruitment 2017 Apply Online for 127 Watchman vacancy before 15th July 2017   
FCI invites application for Recruitment of 127 Watchman and regarding this a job advertisement is published in fciregionaljobs.com . and in employment news. All Interested Aspirants who want to apply for Watchman opening in Food Corporation of India on 127 and have 8th can Apply Online.Candidates are advised to check all eligibility requirements such as qualification, experience, upper age limit before applying from FCI recruitment notification summered below:-

Food Corporation of India Recruitment Notification 2017 (fciregionaljobs.com .)

Post Name and Total No. of Vacancies - 127 posts
1. Watchman - 127 posts

Employment Terms - Full time

Experience Requirements - : Freshers jobs

Pay band - Selected candidate will be posted on pay band INR Rs. 8100 - 18070/-.as directed by recruitment committee and as mentioned in Food Corporation of India notification

Place of Posting - Across India

Selection Process - Selection will be done according to the direction of selection committee and based on the performance in the Written Exam, Physical Endurance Test (PET).

Age Criteria - Candidate age must be between 18 to 25 Years as on 01-07-2017 Age relaxations will be applicable only in upper age limit as per the norms for individual posts age criteria check job advertisement.

Educational Qualification - Interested Aspirant who want to take part in FCI recruitment process must have 8th Certificates/Degree or its equivalent Qualification from a recognized Board / University. Post wise qualification is mentioned in Qualification criteria section in notification.


How To Apply - Interested aspirant can fill online application form fciregionaljobs.com . After successfully submitting the application, applicant must take printout of system generated application form and take necessary action, Candidate must send this copy of application along with mentioned document to the following Address before or on 15-07-2017

Application Fee
  1. For General/OBC Candidates Application Fee is - 250/- 
  2. For All Other Candidates (SC/ST/PWD/Woman/ Ex-servicemen) Application Fee is - Nil.
Important dates - Last date for Online Registration of Application : 15-07-2017


          Lead Waiter/Waitress - Charles F. Knight Center   
MO-Saint Louis, Overview: About Aramark Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Compan
          Waiter / Waitress (AM Shift) - Zephyr Cove - Lake Tahoe   
NV-Zephyr Cove, Overview: About Aramark Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Compan
          Catering Waiter / Waitress - Zephyr Cove - Lake Tahoe   
NV-Zephyr Cove, Overview: About Aramark Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Compan
          Waiter / Waitress - NY Life Insurance Co.   
NY-New York, Overview: About Aramark Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Compan
          Food and Beverage Positions   
CA-San Francisco, Do you enjoy the world of fast paced logistics? Are you looking for steady work hours stable pay checks? Manpower has immediate openings for Food and Beverage Positions all shifts. What's in it for you? ·Competitive Salary: $14.00 to $20.00 per hour ·Benefits: Health, Dental, Vision, 401k and Tips ·Start date: Week of June 19th ·Shift: Full time and Part time (flexible to work on weekends and holi
          District Supervisor - Golden Pantry Food Stores, Inc. - Waynesboro, GA   
Develops at least one Store Manager within the group to whom DS duties can be delegated effectively. Provides a management level oriented to the company vision,...
From Golden Pantry Food Stores, Inc. - Mon, 27 Mar 2017 08:11:02 GMT - View all Waynesboro, GA jobs
          District Supervisor - Golden Pantry Food Stores, Inc. - Monroe, GA   
Develops at least one Store Manager within the group to whom DS duties can be delegated effectively. Provides a management level oriented to the company vision,...
From Golden Pantry Food Stores, Inc. - Mon, 27 Mar 2017 08:11:01 GMT - View all Monroe, GA jobs
          Blizzard 2013   
"They" are calling for snow in the northeast.  New England is supposed to get pummeled.  Philly may get 12 inches...or nothing.  I remember as a kid how they would predict the weather and get it wrong most times.  It is usually spot on now a days.  Technology is the reason, I assume.

Anywho, when I start to prepare for the shut in, I start thinking about two things.  1.) What am I going to cook all weekend, while we tuck inside and 2.) I wish I were somewhere warm.  I have already decided that I will make short ribs and polenta and I wish I were in Brazil.  Rio to be exact.  I love Rio. A few years back, Manny had the opportunity to go to Brazil and play with the youth academy of the professional Brazilian soccer team, Fluminese.  It was incredible.  He lived with the team on their secluded campus and we camped out in Rio, on the beach.  It was July, but this was their winter.  The temps were in the 80s and it was incredible.  We have a very good friend who's wife is Brazilian.  She's lovely, but I always had trouble reading her.  After a day in Rio, I got her.  She was simply incredibly laid back and warm, not simply quiet and shy.  Brazilians are amazing.  The country is amazing.  The food is absolutely amazing. Amazing.

I could tell you a million stories, but the best was when I accidentally led my entire family into the favelas.  It was one of our first nights.  I had been told by a friend to go directly to one of those churrascarias.  She had recommended Porcao.  I did not have a proper map and took the one from the hotel and determined we could walk there.  Our hotel sat on the edge of Copacabana Beach & Ipanema Beach.  Porcao was in walking distance.  It was a chaotic walk and I determined the path.  As I led my family past the group of teens smoking pot and took the long steps up the hill, you think I would have thought twice.  Nope.  Arriving at the top of the stairs was a different world.  Motorcycles whizzed by, music poured from open windows, small kids ran down the street without shoes or shirts and stray dogs were running about.  Large groups of young men catcalled.  This was not a safe or welcoming place. John leaned in and told me that this was not the way to the restaurant.  I told him that I think we can walk to the end of the block and walk back down the steps.  We reached the end of the block and there were no steps.  A man approached and started barking at us in Portuguese.  We did not speak and just walked quickly away.  John whispered, "Let's retrace and go back."  Michaela grabbed my hand and expressed fear.  I told her not to talk and to relax.  We walked back down and arrived at our restaurant in a few minutes.  All was good.

Rio is like any large city.  Good parts and bad.  The topography is breathtaking.  It is a truly special place.  Brazilians are warm and friendly and their food is spectacular. I love it there and cannot wait to return.  Every day John insisted that we go to a juice bar.  The best one in Rio is Polis Sucos.  We visited at least twice a day.  For juice or a sandwich.  It is exceptional.  You find fruit there that you cannot find here.  My favorite was called Caju.  They translated it to Cashew.  It might have been the fruit that yields cashews.  Not sure and I have never been able to confirm this.  It tastes like if an apple and a grape had a baby.  Truly delicious.

So if you are holed up due to the weather, think of Brazil.  Eating feijoada and acai smoothies.  Think of the Cristo and playing on Ipanema Beach.  Go out and buy a bottle of Leblon Cachaca. Think of the ice cold beer and the gorgeous graffiti.  Have an ice cold Brahma Beer.  Cheers!








          Food 4 Less Retail Hourly Associate - Food 4 Less - Fullerton, CA   
We are now accepting applications for all positions including cashier, bagger, grocery clerk, produce clerk, meat clerk, deli clerk and bakery clerk....
From Kroger - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 00:18:27 GMT - View all Fullerton, CA jobs
          Let's Talk About My Obsession   
Let's talk....  Mangosteens.  Any idea?  Let me give you some information.

"colloquially known simply as mangosteen, is a tropical evergreen treebelieved to have originated in the Sunda Islands and the Moluccas of Indonesia. It also grows in tropical South American countries such as Colombia, where the tree has been introduced. The tree grows from 6 to 25 m (20–82 ft) tall.[1] The fruitof the mangosteen is sweet and tangy, juicy, and somewhat fibrous, with an inedible, deep reddish-purple colored rind (exocarp) when ripe. In each fruit, the fragrant edible flesh that surrounds each seed is botanically endocarp, i.e., the inner layer of the ovary.[2][3]"  

This is from the Wiki.  I am completely obsessed.  Have you had them?  Fresh?  No?  Too bad.  Seriously.  I pity you. 

Story - John and I stole away to jolly old Londontown way way back.  It was a short trip and some of my besties gave recommendations and some arranged reservations.  Being in the fruit biz, so to speak, I am always curious.  Durian, you say?  Illegal in some parts, really?  Give me some of that!  A trip to Brazil was really a fruit hunt.  Some go on safari, I go to juice bars in Rio. Same.Same....  Back to Ripper's stomping grounds.  I was directed to visit Harrods.  "Do not bother to shop for clothing.  Just go straight to the food court.  It should not be missed."  This advice came to me by a very close friend who should be trusted.  We found Harrods and it is a sight.  After some searching and weaving, we arrived to the Willie Wonka-esque site that is the Food Court at Harrods.  Quite a show.  As we sometimes do, we split up.  John wandered off to...no idea.  I found my way to the produce.  The plums, the peaches, the cherries, the....WTF?  are those Mangosteens?!!!!  I leaned in.  "Mum?  Can I be of assistance?" said the poofy hatted young Brit behind the glass.  "Why yes.  Are those mangosteen?"  


"Definitely."  She then reached into the case, pulled a plump purple ball from the pile and dug her nails into its flesh.  She handed me the halved fruit with its gleaming white treasure revealed.  

"For me?"  I took the fruit.  "Do I just..?"
"Just pop it into your mouth and savor.  Just the white part.  Be mindful of the pits."
"Thank you.  I just cannot tell you how excited and scared I am."
"Don't be.  It is enjoyable."

It was a moment.  I should have been alone.  The heavens opened and angels sung.  "AAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH........."  

I purchased 10.  No idea how much they cost. Don't care.  I handed over my credit card and took my little sack and searched for John.  London was waiting.  We walked the day away and finished the day at a Kabob shop.  I thought about the fruit all. day. long. We stayed at an adorable hotel in Chelsea.  Our little suite had two floors.  The top floor had a couch with a desk and tv.  Not glamorous, but comfortable.  I sat on the couch and eagerly spread out my booty.  "JOHN!!!  I am going in!"  He sprinted up the stairs.  Five for him and 5 for me.  I demonstrated how to eat the fruit.  He placed the first in his mouth and I awaited his response.  

Me:  "Well?  Thoughts?.....  Come. On!  John...."  He was killing me.
JR:  "They're...good."
Me:  "Shut up."
JR:  "Okay.  Really good.  Cannot figure out their profile, but I enjoy them."
Me: "Really?  I say they are a game changer.  Seriously.  They have changed my life."
JR:  "You really are a freak sometimes."

Yes, I am a freak.  Two days later we returned to Harrods.  John handed me some cash and I went straight to the mangosteens.  I purchased a pint of cherries and 10 mangosteens.  Upon realizing that I did not have enough queens in me pocket, I gave her my card.  I found JR.  I thought I was clear when he simply asked if I had any cash to get on the tube.  When I handed back the original amount he asked the question.  I had paid $60 for 10 mangosteen and a pint of cherries.  You have no idea the hell I paid.  



Dan scored 11 cases of mangosteen from John Vena at the docks.  I took home about 15 individual 'steens and eagerly fed them to my spawn. Michaela pronounced that they looked like Voldemort fetus, but enjoyed them none the less.  The boys requested the fruit for their lunches.  Sev even gave one to his teacher.  She is from Kenya and had never laid eyes nor ears on them.  They will be at all the cafes this week.  Mangosteen Sorbetto.  Get it while it's hot!



          It's Cold and Damp and I Just Want to BBQ   
It is chilly and damp in Philly.  A typical December day.  I keep looking out the back window at my Big Green Egg.  I love that thing.  I cannot tell you how many people around these parts look at my Egg with a puzzled look.  "What the...  What is that?  It looks like an alien pod or ...something."  Oh that!  That's my super awesome BBQ and smoker.  It took John several hours to assemble (he's not all that handy AND he's a perfectionist. Perfect storm).

When the Green Egg first arrived I could not really understand its power, its bravado, its general staggering magnificence.  I smacked some burgers on the grill, maybe some seafood.  Standard fare, really.  Then I accidentally got it up to 800 degrees and melted off the felt gasket.  That blew.  800 degrees prompted pizza.  A little too smoky.  Which got me thinking.  Smoky....  I pulled out my BBQ book.  I read, I studied and I became determined to tame this beast.  It's easy to get the temp up, but how to get it to a slow smolder.  Air was the answer and playing with it was my task.



I was ready.  I purchased a bone in pork shoulder.  Roughed it up and smacked it around with some salt, brown sugar and hot  pepper.  Got the Egg ready and added some soaked hickory chips and produced thick smoke.  In went the shoulder.  Two hours later, out went the charcoal.  Not a complete bust, as the shoulder eventually cooked, although it was dry and squeeky.  Know what I mean?  Some homemade BBQ sauce masked its imperfections and my choice of a brioche roll was not quite right.





After numerous tries, I got it down.  Don't give up, friends.  A promise is a cloud; the fulfillment is rain, said someone smarter than me and I am using it to suit my meaning.  I knew that if I kept at this Egg, it would yield something magical. I did not give up.  Eventually I arrived home, baby.  I used some super squishy yeasty rolls I purchased at a deli in Jersey that had little burnt onion pieces.  So delicious.  The meat was juicy and smoky and well, incredible.  The Egg did its job. It just needed some love and appreciation.  I had a Ferrari in the back yard and I was treating it like a 1985 Toyota Tercel.
          R Months = Oysters   
The weather has definitely taken a dip.  I woke up the other morning and assuming it was another warm summer day took the dogs for a walk in flip flops.  The air was cool on my arms and toes.  I look forward to the season's changes, but being in the "ice cream" business, I always worry.  The cooling temperatures are challenging, but I love wearing sweaters and we can drink hot chocolate and eat soup.  Fall means apples, pears, quince, pumpkins and black walnuts for gelato and sorbetto. It is a good thing.

John's birthday was yesterday and it was not the usual affair.  He requested (at my insistence, as the "honey, I don't care what you make, as long as we are all together..." line was not cutting it.  Choose motherfucker, so I can get to work) gnocchi and a red velvet cake.  I could not find red food coloring.  Living in Philadelphia limits my shopping options.  I have Whole Foods and corner stores in my neighborhood.  Neither carries red food coloring. I had to drive to the burbs for it.  Additionally, it was "back to school" night, Manny had soccer practice and Michaela had a soccer game.  Not a whole lot of time to bake a cake and make gnocchi.  By 5:45 it became apparent that I could not get it done.  I called John.  "Oysters."  That is all he said.  "Oysters."

Sansom Street Oyster House.  We ordered Kusshi, Fanny Bay and Little Shemogue oysters.  3 dozen.  We each had 2 Bulleit old fashions, and a bowl of clam chowder.  I love this restaurant.  The oysters are excellent, the drinks are excellent, our waitress was excellent and it is really a beautiful space.  Big and square, yet it manages to feel warm and quirky.  The walls are painted brick and covered with antique oyster plates.  We bumped into old friends, who live around the corner from the restaurant.  They are there often. He stated that he imagines that the plates came from some old woman's collection.  I added that she had a drawer filled with small silver oyster forks, that she polished once a week.  I think I may have to add oyster plates to my obsessive mind.  Ebay, here I come....


John and I stepped from the warm oyster house into the cool early fall night air.  We were going to walk home, but realized how exhausted we were.  The old fashions were clouding our heads and our feet seemed so heavy.  It was a nice birthday dinner.  Sev returns at the week's end from his camping trip.  I will make gnocchi and red velvet cake.  Fall is good.  
          Now that's a fire!   

Y'all know how crazy I am about food.  I live to eat. My family lives to eat.  I will go to just about any length for great food. Which led me to this purchase.  A wood burning beehive oven.  It is from Portugal and I am in love.  Last week I spent three days seasoning it, which involves starting with a small fire and building up to a rager over a few days before you can cook.  This bad boy cannot get wet.  I waited for the weather to be gorgeous and then I was off to the races.  It was the last week before the kids went back to school, so things were crazy.  The oven was slowly burning on the third day when my neighbor (who I really like) snagged me as I was walking to my car en route to picking my daughter up at practice.  "Did you get a smoker or something?  What is going on back there?"  I realized that my little exciting oven may not exactly please everyone.  I quickly pulled out my cracked iPhone (I am holding on until the 12th people!) and revealed my adorable oven.

"You have to admit you are jealous." I said as he leaned in his eyes narrowing in effort to make out the oven image through the splintered glass.  He laughed and told me that he expected an invite to dinner.  Done.  Could it be that the smell of hardwood burning for three straight days as smoke billowed over the high fence for hours on end was not appreciated?  Maybe I should have apologized....

Finally, the oven was seasoned.  It was Manny's birthday and what did he want?  Pizza.....  When the oven arrived on the 22nd, he wanted to know if it would be ready by his birthday.  I told him that if the weather cooperated that it would.  He quietly stated that if ready he wanted pizza in that oven.  I told him that I was going in green and it could be a bust.  He was willing to take a chance.

Just in case of a pizza fail, I fried up some zucchini flowers.  You can get Manu to do just about anything with fried zucchini flowers.  He obsesses about them.  I fry them in sunflower oil.  A few weeks back Whole Foods was out of sunflower, so I substituted my usual for high temp safflower oil.  I did not tell anyone this as it is not important and I continued.  The drill goes like this, as I batter and fry the flowers, my family hovers. As I place the finished flowers on a paper towel lined plate, hands are already reaching.  I fry four at a time, so one person (me) has to wait for the next batch.  I have to say EVERY TIME, "please wait, they need salt."  Salt is drizzled and did you blink?  They're gone.  I am always asked if I stuff them followed by some tale of how they had stuffed zucchini flowers with this or that...blah blah blah.  Never.  I will NEVER stuff them.  I digress...I fried the flowers in safflower and Manu grabs the first out.  Crunch....crunch... "Mom?  What's up with these?  They're...I don't know.  They don't taste as good.  They taste, I don't know.  Heavy?  Something is not as delicious."  John then chimed in that he agreed.  Okay freaks.....  I love them.  I had sunflower for his birthday.

Back to my oven.  We roasted some red tomatoes and some red peppers.  Manu got involved.  Although the laser thermometer seemed to entertain all, poking the peppers and watching the 1/2 sheet pan warp was a good time.  I wanted to drop the peppers directly into the ash, but was nervous.  It is amazing.  The oven was hovering around 600 degrees, but the tomatoes cooked slowly.  The peppers needed more time.  I should have left them in longer.  I will continue to work on it.  I cranked the oven up to 900 degress. It was pizza time and I was up to bat.  The first pie was a bit burned on the edges as I accidentally pushed it into a smoldering log.  Manu smiled big as I slid the pie onto the board in front of him.  He took a bite...slowly, very slowly he smiled.  "This is awesome mom.  Better than all of the regular oven pizzas.  I like the wood taste."  That was it.  Not another word as he was busy.  Manu is a tomato guy. We had tomato salad with some local heirlooms, those roasted tomatoes (which were so good, it should be a crime) and tomato pie.  He finished the night with a lemon meringue pie.  He does not like cake (weirdo).

All in all, the maiden voyage was a success.  I did burn the edges of two pies and completed busted up a third.  I tried to turn it into a calzone, but all was lost.  It is going to be a good fall....




          Sweet 16....   

My daughter turns 16 next week.  It is a bit painful for me.  Aging....not only her aging, but mine.  It is moving so fast.  Too fast.  It hurts that she is going to be in college in two years.  She is a handful, but is still a hilarious, brilliant, clever, beautiful pain in the ass that I really like to be around.  I am just trying to ride it through the bumpy parts.  She is a teenager.  Need I say  more?  She is the first up in "Birthday Alley."  9 days later her brother turns 14,  11 days later John, then Sev and last up...me.

Our birthday celebrations are quiet family affairs.  They choose dinner, no limits, and I execute.  For years Michaela chose matzoh ball soup, doritos, root beer and a chocolate cake.  After our trip to the UK last summer, she moved to chicken and ham pie, mashed potatoes, mushy peas, sparking cider served in ugly crystal glasses and a red velvet cake adorned with Fez's pic.  Manny changes each year.  Fish and chips, tacos, polpettone, or pasta....and a themed chocolate cake (FIFA, Italian Flag, Russian flag...)  Sev was gnocchi for years and years and a "donut" cake (bundt with sprinkles).  Last year it was linguine alla vongole.  John is gnocchi or osso buco and a red velvet cake.  Me?  I want to go out for Vietnamese food and lychee martinis.  I don't want to cook or do dishes on my birthday.  Oh, I want two Brown Betty's cupcakes.  1 red velvet, 1 coconut.

The kids think about their birthday dinners all year round.  We will be in a restaurant in February and one will ask (usually Sev), "Can you make this, mom?  For my birthday dinner."  I can.  You bet your ass I can.  I love cooking for my family.  Michaela's birthday is next week.  Chicken and ham pie menu for our quiet family dinner.  Sev immediately chimed in, "Can you do a boston cream donut cake?"  The kid likes donuts.

16 is a big deal.  In addition to her family birthday, she will go out with some friends.  They will don their sundresses and wear uncomfortable high heels.  She would like sushi at Umai, but it is so tiny.  Maybe Han Dynasty, but she wants something a bit fancy.  John is torturing her and telling her that as long as her brothers attend, she can pick absolutely any restaurant.  She fumes.  John is kidding, but he will not say so.  Her anger is too funny.  She is running out of time.  She needs to decide.


Sixteen...I only have a few more precious years of her daily laughter and eye rolling.



          Cali, Cali, Cali....I think so.   

During the holidays we took a family trip to our usual New Orleans. This year we decided to start in San Francisco, on to Tahoe, then to Nawlins. It was a quick trip, just to eat in San Fran. We walked and ate, visited with some friends and then were gone. Being that the trip was so condensed, I had to choose wisely. Where to go?

We arrived in San Francisco late. I hate arriving in the dark. My first impression of color and bustle of a city are extremely important. I remember the first time I arrived in Venice. It was extremely late and dark and deserted and cold and well, meh.... When John and I emerged early the next morning, I was hit with the chill of the November air and the colors! It was amazing. I like arriving in daylight.

The kids were exhausted, it was late and they were starving. We quickly jumped into a cab and made our way to Delfina in the Mission. Being exhausted, we did not notice that the pizza place and the restaurant were adjoined, but with separate entrances. Once seated, we realized that pizza did not appear on the menu. When we asked, they directed us next door. We felt like asses, but they assured us they were not annoyed. We walked through the door at 11:01pm to be informed that they stopped serving at 11. Even though we explained that we were sitting next door, nope, no dice. It was okay. We ran back and were served a most delicious dinner. I am happy we did not miss out. I would have been sad. Our waiter was amazing and the food superb. We would return for spectacular pizza in two days time.

The weekend was filled with the Ferry Building, the farmers market, trips to Bi-Rite (excellent) and burritos in the Mission. We had one of the best meals ever at La Ciccia. Spaghetti with bottarga, lamb, clams, it was divine! We spent our day walking around the city and eating. Chinatown was fantastic and a trip to City Lights was mandatory. I purchased some poetry by Bukowski and the kids each purchased a book, while John checked out the cigar stores on the block.


I have the Tartine cookbook. I use it often. We were about to leave the city to drive to Tahoe and I realized that I had not been able to get to Tartine. I told John that this was important to me. It was closed when we went to Delfina for pasta and I was not sure that I could miss Tartine. He agreed and we jumped in a cab. $28 dollars later (he was not pleased) we arrived at the famous bakery. The line snaked around the block. John looked over at a pizza that was just placed on an outdoor table at Delfina. Pizzatime!!! Why not? So what if we had just had lunch with friends in the Barcadero? As we waited outside for our table, Hilary Swank appeared at the door. I leaned over to my 15 year old daughter, "Bean (we call her bean), Hilary Swank is inside."
Bean, "What? Million Dollar Baby Hillary Swank?"
Me, "Yup. She's inside eating carbs."
Bean, "Cool. Do you think I can ask her about acting?"
Me, "No. Please ignore her. Let her eat."
Bean, "But...she's a million dollar baby."
Me, "Everyone deserves to eat pizza unmolested. It should be a law."
Bean, "You're right."

Our table was set and we walked inside. Our backs were to Ms. Swank and we happily ate our arancini, our salads and of course, our amazing, perfect crust pizza. I snapped pics of the kids laughing and our pizza. Suddenly, Ms. Swank appeared before our table and while looking in another direction, announced that she did not like people taking pictures of her without her consent. Amen, sister. Wait...was that directed at me?!! NO. I was not taking pictures of you. Want to go through my film? I could not have. What was going on? She then rushed behind me to a table and happily posed with them for some authorized pictures. Whew. Not directed at me. Honestly, you may be a million dollar baby, but I would not take a pic of you eating pizza. Not only is it not nice, but I do not worship celebrities. I worship food, architecture, books, travel and most important are my family's faces. Never fear Ms. Swank.

Finally, we walked over to Tartine. The line had not abated. 45 minutes later, we sat outside with a lemon tart, a slice of coconut cake with passionfruit cream, a banana cream tart (I think) and a few bags of cookies and some macaroonie thingies. It was delicious. The lemon tart was my favorite. Perfectly balanced, crisp buttery crust, not so sweet cream...lovely. I am glad we waited, although the service in San Francisco seems to be more about the servers than the product. There was no sense of urgency and absolutely no reason that I should have waited 45 minutes for ready made items. The people behind the counter were having conversations and laughing with each other. I thought, "HEY! GET TO WORK! PRONTO!" I have been told that this is an east coast vs. west coast thing. Cali is laid back and waiting is fine. It was worth the wait. Stay on the east coast! I am told. We waited 35 minutes for a cappuccino at Blue Bottle. It was delicious, but I am an addict. Addicts don't like to wait that long. I counted 14 people ahead of me. Maybe I am being unreasonable. It was very good coffee.

I think I may need more Cali in my life. I should not be so impatient.



          Tudor Eating   
I am obsessed with Tudor history. I am on my 6th book. I have read one book about Henry VIII, two about his wives, 1 about Anne Boleyn, and 1 about his mistresses. I am currently reading Food & Feast in Tudor Englan by Alison Sim. It is fantastic. I highly recommend it if you have any interest in being as nerdy as me. I went through a Roman history phase and read everything I could get my hands on that was written about on in the first century BCE to 4 century CE. Funny how I moved into English history.

This past summer we vacationed in England and Scotland. It was fantastic. There we are in front of Westminster Abbey. After a week in London, we left for Cambridge. I could not justify paying to enter to just lay eyes on the badge that has Hank and Anne's initials. Funny enough, in Italy they charge you for museums and the churches are free. In England, they charge you for churches and the museums are free. I cannot decide how I feel about that. It seems wrong on so many levels. I saw the queen's jewels, saw where Anne Boleyn and Katherine Howard had their heads lopped off and visited a bunch of famous dead people (of which no photography was allowed. How lame is that?)

On to Liverpool...we visited the official Liverpool FC store. People, you have no idea. Beatles tour, which was awesome, curry dinner and off to York. York is lovely. We had a proper tea at Betty's. It was spectacular. I know that British food is not Henry VII style, but we loved our English breakfast of eggs, beans, sausage and toast. The kids had tea and Sev stuck his pinkie out with style. We were so close to Hadrian's Wall that I forced John to travel 30 minutes out of his way to see it. Please people! I cannot travel here and not lay eyes on Hadrian's wall. That would be shameful. Just as John was losing his patience, he pull down some road and bam! there it was. So gorgeous, no?

Off to Scotland. Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aryshire, just to name a few. That is another post. England and Scotland are lovely. I am eager to go back. English food is delicious. Don't say it is because I am half English. Times have changed. Yet, what I would give to go back in time to the 16th century. Henry VIII survived on a diet that consisted of 80% protein, 15% alcohol, 5% fruit. Just to witness that kitchen and to taste that bread. I have always said that I would do almost anything to be deposited back to Rome in the 1st century. It is close. My next book is a beast. Elizabeth I by Alison Plowden. I love to stroll through history. We need to get on that time machine technology. Stat.





          Melograno...Granada....Pomegranate   

Such a majestic fruit. My childhood referred to this contraption as the "Chinese Apple". Anyone remember that? I remember the rare, and it was oh so rare, occasion that my mother would cave to my pleading and purchase one, and only one, at Foodtown. Foodtown.....hee.

Way back in the 16th century when Katherine of Aragon crossed the sea to the "Island" and married Hank (well, first his brother, but that tale is for another time), she brought with her badge (seen here). The pomegranate was to represent the persistence of life, fertility and regeneration. Which happened to be extremely important to a monarch.

Tis the season for pomegranates. Sometimes we are lucky to keep them into March. Right now, we are donning our garbage bags and wacking out the seeds with the backs of ladles. Seed by glorious seed. It is worth it. I love how our sorbetto is filled with small red flecks. I do get calls from puree people telling me how much money we would save buying juice. The POM people can sell me just the seeds released from their prison. Yes, yes I know. I will save money and labor and time! But....it just does not taste as good. No one can tell...they say. I say...You can! You can tell the difference.

Get them while they are here because not unlike Queen Katherine, another young fruit is waiting to replace you...





          Recipe for Disaster!   

Being in the gelato business can be a bit stressful when the cold weather sets in. I find myself trying to distract myself with things that force you to stay inside. It is my version of yelling "LaLaLa!" with my fingers in my ears. I try to trick my sanity by having a reason to stay inside and ignore the icy temperatures. When the weather is breaking, I find that I am humming at a pretty high tone. I know that dogs in neighboring homes are rolling in agony with the frequency I am emitting. Like I have said in the past, y'all know I'm crazy.

So it is raining on Sunday, John's car was totaled while being parked across the street (teenager smashed into it) and the kids are stir crazy. What to do.... My mind is saying, it is supposed to be spring, you should be training for the Broad Street Run, why are your kids playing soccer in the room upstairs and not outside?!?!? See? Ca-razy. So I do what any crazy person does-I make ricotta and mozzarella cheese and try to perfect my bolognese sauce.

The ricotta cheese was pretty easy. I heated up the milk to 200 degrees, let it cool down to 90 degrees, added rennet and I let it sit. After some time the milk began to coagulate and I had ricotta.

On to my Bolognese. John's birthday was in September. He is hard to buy gifts for. Right now, if I were Oprah, I would buy him a car. I am not, sadly. Anywho, it was his birthday and I could not decide what to buy him. He is always yapping about making his own sausage. So...I bought him a meat grinder. It is awesome! I love it. We do not eat a lot of meat (about once a week), but the difference purchasing your own meat and grinding it makes is astounding. My meatballs are spectacularly soft and resilient. I love grinding meat. Sounds so dirty, but I do.

So, go out and get yerself some high quality meat. There is nothing wrong with eating meat, there is just something really wrong with our meat industry. These are some great options in Philly. If you have the luxury of going to Reading Terminal Market, check out the meat producers. Some are your run of the mill standard butcher, others have locally, humanly, all natural meat. My personal favorite is the Fair Food Stand. They have exceptional products and the people behind this organization are not only smart, good business people, but I really really like them. They do not sell food with judgment. They love to educate and want to help, not preach. Tell them what you are looking for and they will help. If they do not have the product you are looking for, they know where to get it. They continually assist me in finding farmers and connect me to like minded peeps in my field. Trust. If you do not have this luxury, and it is a luxury, Whole Foods carries local beef and pork. Before grinding, it is best to get your meat really really cold. 10 to 15 minutes in the freezer is good. For bolognese, I like 2 pounds of chuck and 1 pound of boneless pork shoulder. Cut into 1 inch cubes. See above?

I like to grind the meat with the medium plate twice. Yup twice. Twice through really minces up the meat and fat with out making mush. Hate mush.

Cut up in small dice:
1 large onion
4 ribs of celery
4 carrots
Saute all above in some olive oil. When it is soft and your onion is transparent, add ground beef, hefty pinch of salt and pepper and a good grinding of nutmeg.

Stir, stir, stir.....

When the meat has lost it's pink color, add
1 cup of whole milk.
Let milk bubble away until gone, baby gone. You will know.

Add
1 cup of nice white wine
Let bubble away.

Add Two Cans of high quality canned tomatoes. I love Francesca San Marzano. Crush them before you add.

Stir, stir, stir.

Let cook at a slow simmer all the day long. The fat will start to rise to the top of the sauce. Skim that disgusting fat off! Make sure you have a delicious hunk of bread around to dip into your sauce all day long. It needs testing. If your sauce seems too thick, add a bit of water. Make adjustments for salt. Test alot. Make sure you have a nice big loaf of ciabatta. Trust.

Serve with some big pasta, pecorino romano cheese, dabs of fresh ricotta and a colossal salad.

Disaster outside? Make bolognese. And yes, I know, the grinder was for John. I cannot just let it sit there, lonely next to my kitchen aid. It was begging to be used. John is happy.



          Philly Magazine and CapoGranola   

So, yeah.... I am incredibly awkward. I hate having my picture taken. Possibly because I am vain and I will constantly stare at my pictures focusing on the dozens of my imperfections. Do you? I cannot seem to help it. I prefer to look at my pictures and just smile and mentally bring myself to the moment the shutter snapped, me behind it. I love looking at my kids and their smiles and my husband and his exaggerated expressions and even all those pictures of food. But me? No thanks. If I am featured, I cannot help, but stare at the crooked tooth. Yuck.

When Philadelphia Magazine called and asked me to be a part of February's "The Celebrity Chef Diet" I agreed. I love Philly Mag. They asked for a pic and I sent them my headshot. I heard back. "Steph, we love your picture, but we are going to do something different. Can you make it in for a pic?" Run a marathon, sure, take my picture? Gulp.....So there I was, standing on a big white platform in my running gear trying to look "normal". The poor editor and photographer tried to get me to look more natural, not to smile so hard, to be 'lighter'. It was close to impossible. All the other chefs were watching and my inner dork was screaming. The photographer tried to ease my unease and sent compliments over. Thanks, man, but I cannot relax. "Why?" he asked. "Because I just feel awkward and uncomfortable. Like I am about to fart really loud." Everyone laughed and funny enough, my bottom lip stopped shaking and he was able to take the pic. So embarrassing. I am such a geek.

That said, our amazing CapoGranola was featured in the article. We have received a ton of requests for the recipe. Here it is. I eat it almost every morning.




CapoGranola
makes 6 servings

6 cups rolled oats (not the quick cook kind)
2 1/4 cups pepitas
2 1/4 cups sliced almonds
2 1/4 cups unsweetened coconut flakes
pinch salt
3/4 cup unsalted butter
3/4 cup honey
1 cup dried cranberries

1. Preheat oven to 350, and place a rack in center of oven. Combine oats, pepitas, almonds, coconut and salt in a large bowl and mix.
2. Melt butter and honey together in a small saucepan over medium low heat, stirring until combined and bubbling slightly.
3. Pour butter mixture over oat mixture. Toss with a spatula until dry ingredients are evenly coated.
4. Pour mixture in an even layer onto a sheet pan lined with a Slipat.
5. Bake 10 minutes, the rotate pan and stir granola to ensure even cooking. Bake another 10 minutes until granola is a dark golden brown and crispy. Remove from heat and cool completely.
6. Transfer cooled granola to an airtight container. Break into pieces, add dried cranberries and mix will.

Keeps for weeks in an airtight container.

If this is too much, we sell it at Capo. I love granola.

          The Beck Diet Solution: Train Your Brain to Think Like a Thin Person   
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    Easy-to-use, flexible, and proven tools are found throughout the program, including daily goals; weekly planner pages; and motivational coping cards for handling time/energy hurdles, eating out, and other high-risk situations.


              Here's What Happens When You Quit Smoking   

    If you smoke, quitting is an essential strategy to return to good health. However, I strongly recommend that you first get your diet under control as the implications of a poor diet may outweigh those from smoking and those who are in the process of quitting may turn to food to help alleviate their cravings.


              Amazon’s New Grocery Venture Gives Jeff Bezos His Greatest Challenge—Creating Enough Organic Food   

    There’s a problem for Amazon's Jeff Bezos if he wants to make organic food as ubiquitous as an Amazon-branded delivery box. As demand for organic fruits and vegetables has grown, the number of acres used to farm those crops has remained about the same.


              Food Truck Attendant/ Cook - Gropp's Country Catering - Kenora, ON   
    We are seeking 2 Food Truck Attendant/ Cooks to work within our 2 food trucks on the Kenora Harbourfront. This position is a full time position from May 24-...
    From Indeed - Fri, 28 Apr 2017 03:16:48 GMT - View all Kenora, ON jobs
              Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food   
    Saturday, April 16th from 6pm – 8pm we are hosting a Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food meeting at The Farm Store and Winery at Seven Springs Farm.  We are hoping that all the farmers participating in our partnered CSA will be able to be there. We will be ready to meet you and answer […]
              Subsidy Programs Administrator II - KinderCare Education - Ohio, IL   
    Administrator II will be proficient in CACFP State regulations, actively. Food Program Administrator II is an entry level position that is responsible. At....
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              Kitchen Staff - Riverfront Pub & Grill - Grindrod, BC   
    We are a well established pub & grill that takes pride in providing exceptional food and great service. We are looking for experienced kitchen staff to join
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              Reply #1874   
    Well I took the other laptop back bought a new one from a friend it works great...I did get the p3 number today for $40...had 239...stopped by FoodLion on the way home from the doctor's office it was a little past 3pm asked the number she said 392 so got it boxed...let's dance little kitty cat!went ahead cashed it so didn't take a picture...got to learn how to save pictures to a laptop...can't be that hard to do!

    Congrats to all other winners
              Part Time Dock Worker (Baden) - Erb Group of Companies - Baden, ON   
    Adhere to safety policies and regulations, as well as, engage in best practice of safety initiatives. An understanding of handling food and refrigerated...
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              Dock Workers (Baden) - Erb Group of Companies - Baden, ON   
    Adhere to safety policies and regulations, as well as, engage in best practice of safety initiatives. An understanding of handling food and refrigerated...
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              21 Shocking Things Feminists Have Done   

    Damn, no wonder people hate them…

    They sleep.

    They sleep.

    NBC

    They wake up every morning.

    They wake up every morning.

    Universal Pictures

    They cook their food.

    They cook their food.

    Disney

    And sometimes eat out.

    And sometimes eat out.

    Or maybe they do it all the time.

    Columbia Pictures


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              Creating the Best Compost   
    There are many books and methods for creating the best compost, but I have come to find that following the worlds best compost recipe wont take your precious time.

    I'm with you on the time thing!

    All I can say is that if you spend ANY time in your garden you can't afford WASTING it by NOT feeding your plants as nature intended with colloidal humus.

    What is colloidal humus?...well, its kinda like butter - you know you can spread it, and squash it but its not a liquid like water. It sticks together. Thats the end result of the compost you will create using the worlds best compost recipe.

    AND ITS NOT DIFFICULT TO MAKE AND WONT REQUIRE ANY EXTRA EQUIPMENT!

    You'll spend less time mollycoddling your less healthy plants along fighting with pest and disease problems, replanting the failures and perhaps watering perhaps 3 times as much. Instead spend one day a year constructing a colloidal humus compost heap and reap the time benefits (and wonderful food) for the rest of the year.

    You can get the worlds best compost book here, or read more about gardening with the worlds best compost here.
              KFC Team Member - KBP Foods - King, NC   
    Our meals matter, and when we serve them with southern hospitality, we make our customer’s day. This job posting is for a position in a restaurant that is...
    From KBP Foods - Sat, 29 Apr 2017 08:29:39 GMT - View all King, NC jobs
              KFC Managing Partner - KBP Foods - King, NC   
    Our meals matter, and when we serve them with southern hospitality, we make our customer’s day. This job posting is for a position in a restaurant that is...
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              KFC Co-Manager – Hourly - KBP Foods - King, NC   
    Our meals matter, and when we serve them with southern hospitality, we make our customer’s day. This job posting is for a position in a restaurant that is...
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              KFC Shift Supervisor - KBP Foods - King, NC   
    Our meals matter, and when we serve them with southern hospitality, we make our customer’s day. This job posting is for a position in a restaurant that is...
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              From Cyborgs to Hacktivists: Postfeminist Disobedience and Virtual Communities   
    by
    Carolyn Guertin
    2005-01-27

    For many the term postfeminist might call to mind the vanilla pleasures of metrosexuality, webcams, online soaps, and blog culture, but, for me, a 40-something cyberfeminist scholar, curator and some time activist, the politically-minded feminist texts I work with are in fact dyed-in-the-wool postfeminist ones that occupy a different place on the postfeminism continuum from those more loudly-lauded, lighter confections. Usually given a bad rap by the media, postfeminism has been accused of being antifeminist, whereas it is instead what the next wave of second wave feminism has become. Its name is not a marker or movement that intends to imply that feminism is dead and gone, any more than Donna Haraway’s “postgender” and N. Katherine Hayles’ “posthuman” mean the death of those old shoes. As Ann Brooks puts it in Postfeminisms, “the concept of `post’ implies a process of ongoing transformation and change” (1). Postfeminism is that indicator that shows us the organism formerly known as feminism has grown into something far more complex than its liberal origins would lead us to expect.

    In the late 1980s and early 1990s, second wave feminism, which had spoken predominantly from and to a position of white middle class privilege, began to fracture to include a broader chorus of voices, classes, and races. Postfeminism or, more exactly, postfeminisms have expanded to include a multitude of situated perspectives within the context of postmodern thinking, and have swelled to embrace the new emphasis on what Michèle Barrett identified in 1992 (the year that the World Wide Web was born) as “fluidity and contingency” - features that are the trademark stock in trade of the cyber age. Barrett believed feminism’s paradigm shift to be the result of a new interest in culture that in turn gave rise to a whole new collectivity of subjectivities. It is no accident that this shift coincided with the advent of a technology that foregrounded networked communications. It was only a few years earlier, in the fledgling days of the personal computer back when the Internet was still a vehicle predominantly for hackers and technogeeks, that Haraway first articulated a politics of connectivity for women in the context of these new technologies. In her “Cyborg Manifesto” Haraway’s half-woman, half-machine revels in the confusion of body boundaries and fractures all sense of an originary unity or simplex gender through embracing the cyborg as a model: a being who revels in discursivity, multiplicity, hybridity, and perversity. As the Web has evolved, it has become something of a gene pool for creative explorations of sexualities, subjectivities and identities - and has proved to be as liberating for men as for women in that regard. Cyberfeminist scholar Sadie Plant even argues for the feminizing influence of technology in a connected age. Without a doubt, though, this new technology’s most important role has been that of facilitating communication.

     “cyberfeminism is post-feminist” (76) Cyberfeminism was born at a particular moment in time, 1992, simultaneously at three different points on the globe. In Canada, Nancy Paterson, a celebrated high tech installation artist, penned an article called “Cyberfeminism” for Stacy Horn’s Echo Gopher server. In Australia, VNS Matrix (Josephine Starrs, Julianne Pierce, Francesca da Rimini and Virginia Barratt) coined the term to label their radical feminist acts and their blatantly viral agenda: to insert women, bodily fluids, and political consciousness into electronic spaces. That same year, British cultural theorist Sadie Plant chose the same term to describe her recipe for defining the feminizing influence of technology on western society and its inhabitants.

    -Judy Wajcman

    Connectivity has been called the genius of feminism by theorist Robin Morgan (53), and this genius is being realized in electronic spaces and texts in more complex ways than in any other medium to date. Connectivity is the poster child of the postfeminist universe, which is why the first cyberfeminist collective, VNS Matrix, chose the image of the matrix - the cosmic womb - as its symbol The Australian collective VNS Matrix announced its inception with a rallying cry called the “Cyberfeminist Manifesto”:
    __________
    We are the modern cunt
    positive anti-reason
    unbounded unleashed unforgiving
    we see art with our cunt we make art with our cunt
    we believe in jouissance madness holiness and poetry
    we are the virus of the new world disorder
    rupturing the symbolic from within
    saboteurs of big daddy mainframe
    the clitoris is a direct line to the matrix
    VNS MATRIX
    terminators of the moral code
    mercenaries of slime
    go down on the altar of abjection
    sucking the visceral temple we speak in tongues
    infiltrating disrupting disseminating
    corrupting the discourse/we are the future cunt
    (http://www.obn.org/reading_room/manifestos/html/cyberfeminist.html)
    __________
    Its separatist nature bears a resemblance to philosophies put forward by hackers.
    . Another cyberfeminist collective, the Old Boys’ Network, defined its local chapters as “nodes” that “collide, disintegrate, regenerate, engage, disembody, reform, collapse, renew, abandon, revise, revitalize, and expand” (OBN FAQ 7). These structural and mechanical concerns are not accidental. Postfeminisms do not inhabit a network; they are the network of feminist discourse in virtual space and they are at their best when they are helping to forge communities of practice. In its incarnation most familiar to ebr ‘s readers, the electronic, hyperlinked text is both a narratological structure and the means of navigation in space and time. In the webbed space of hyperlinked fiction, the pregnant gaps between the nodes are at least as important as the textual nodes themselves. The nodes exist in conjunction with the dynamic space of the journey and cannot be discussed in isolation. So with the newest literary forms of the postfeminist universe. They cannot be separated from the communities and material praxes that they both engender and nurture on and off the Web.

    In the cyberfeminist corner of the postfeminist universe, girl gamers such as Brenda Laurel and Mary Flanagan immediately spring to mind; so too do techno-performers such as Laurie Anderson and Coco Fusco, and new media artists such as Mez or Olia Lialina, but the most important and distinctive Web-native postfeminist form is, I would argue, hacktivism. The term was first coined in 1998 The rallying cry of hackers has long been “information wants to be free.” to describe an emerging hybrid form that united the best attributes of peaceful social protest - activism - and tech-savvy online civil disobedience - hackerism The term “hacktivism” has been attributed to a Toronto-based hacker who goes by the handle of Oxblood Ruffin.. It is a solution-oriented form of political action that inserts bodies and media-based dissent into real time material concerns. It should not be confused with its adolescent and illegal cousins, cractivism - code cracking, vandalism, data blockades (DDos) and the loss of digital data - or cyberterrorism - acts and agents of wanton destruction including worms and viruses. One of its trademark features is that the Web cannot contain hacktivism’s flows, allowing it to spill out into the world in the form of political protest at WTO and G8 events, for example, and in books, pamphlets, net.art, and performance art.

    Hacktivism as a praxis was born in December 1997 when Critical Art Ensemble Critical Art Ensemble has been very much in the news lately since one of its members, Steve Kurtz, a professor in the Department of Art at SUNY Buffalo, was arrested on 12 May 2004 and charged with bioterrorism under the American Anti-Terrorism Act. These trumped up and widely protested charges have resulted in the FBI appropriating CAE’s materials and equipment used for testing for the presence of genetically- modified DNA - the tools CAE uses in creating their political art. member and software engineer Carmin Karasic was so appalled by the events of the Acteal Massacre - 45 Zapatistas were murdered at the hands of the Mexican government - that she set out to create a Web interface that would perform political protest as an aesthetic act. Three other Critical Art Ensemble members joined her in forming a new collective they named the Electronic Disturbance Theatre. (The group’s name is drawn from the concept of civil disobedience first proposed by Henry David Thoreau.) Their electronic civil disobedience engine is named FloodNet; funded by RTMark and launched in September 1998, it is Karasic’s brainchild in her war against injustice. Filling the browser page with the names of the dead, this activism tool “would access the page for Mexico’s President Zedillo seeking bogus addresses, so the browser would return messages like “human_rights not found on this server” (Cassell). Unlike the attacks launched by cracktivists, no damage is done by this software agent. When the Electronic Disturbance Theatre alerts its “online activists to `commence flooding!’” they visit EDT’s website and click on FloodNet’s icon (Harmon). The software then directs their browser to the target, and cues the same page to load over and over again.

    As a postfeminist work, it is no accident that FloodNet must function as a community-based performance:

    FloodNet’s action only drew its validity from the number of people showing support. “It was only actualized through thousands and thousands of participants,” she remembers. “It was meaningless without the masses.” Popular support transforms a random act of vandalism into a show of presence, Karasic argues. “This is an important difference between the single hacker/hacktivist who takes down a server with a single script” (qtd. in Cassell).

    Similar to the disruptive aestheticization of codework by the Dutch trio jodi.org, Karasic sees her collectivity interface as something more closely akin to “conceptual art” than to cyberterrorism (Harmon). No one and no data are harmed in these `attacks,’ but websites are effectively shut down while the protest is being transmitted.

    Advancing human rights through the electronic media is also the purview of another collective, a cyberfeminist one called subRosa. It is currently comprised of Laleh Mehran, Hyla Willis, Steffi Domike, Lucia Sommer, and Faith Wilding. It was also formed in the fall of 1998 - around the same time that Karasic was vowing to respond to Mexican excesses with FloodNet. Donna Haraway was the first to identify science as one of the most insidious cultural forms women needed to address to regain control of their bodies; subRosa follows in that tradition. subRosa uses its art to critique “the relationships between digital technologies, biotechnologies and women’s bodies/lives/work” (Griffis). The goal of these hacktivists, akin to the Electronic Disturbance Theatre’s, is the creation of communities, what they call “female affiliations that respect difference and create productive projects in solidarity with others who are working on similar ones” (Griffis).

    Embracing bell hooks’ definition of feminism as that which seeks to eradicate ideologies of domination (qtd in Griffis), subRosa undertakes projects of activism and public education on topics as wide-ranging as eugenics, Frankenfoods, stem cell and cloning research, and Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART). Seeing their purpose as a pedagogical one, they launch inclusive electronic campaigns, publish pamphlets and books, and travel out into (particularly third world) communities to perform their topical art. These are what they call resistant projects, tactical cyberfeminist ones, and situational information theatre: “As cyberfeminists and artists we are using the framework of participatory performance as an information theatre of pedagogical art that models various tactics for intervening and commenting on the seductive representations of the flesh machine” (subRosa). One of the keys to their successful distribution of information is their willingness to mix media and cross boundaries, producing their art and materials in a plethora of formats contextually situated for their audiences. Like FloodNet’s participatory form, subRosa’s mode of information distribution is reproducible, for it argues “[i]n the digital age, resistant cultural producers can embrace recombinance for subversive ends” (subRosa).

    All of this may seem somewhat removed from the electronic book and literary traditions, but when postfeminisms meet the new media they encourage these kinds of pleasures in the confusion of boundaries between bodies, texts, technologies, politics, and cultures. In a hyperlinked age when the only true path through a text is a personal journey, the many roads of postfeminism show that comminglings of radical politics and material concerns are alive and well in both the virtual and real worlds. How effective these hacktivist actions are is difficult to measure, but they are remarkable as tools for global mobilization and peaceful protest. It is clear that they are very effective at allowing women’s voices to be heard.

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    Postfeminist Artists and Groups

    Electronic Disturbance Theatre. http://dpa.ntu.ac.uk/dpa_search/result.php3?Project=290

    Flanagan, Mary. The Adventures of Josie True. http://www.josietrue.com/

    Fusco, Coco. Coco Fusco’s Virtual Laboratory. http://www.thing.net/%7Ecocofusco/

    Karasic, Carmin. FloodNet. http://www.thing.net/~rdom/ecd/ZapTact.html, http://www.xensei.com/users/carmin/wlajfa/pledge1.htm, and Karasic’s Homepage: http://www.xensei.com/users/carmin/

    Lialina, Olia. http://art.teleportacia.org/

    Mez. The Data][h!][Bleeding Texts. http://netwurkerz.de/mez/datableed/complete/index.htm

    subRosa. http://www.cyberfeminism.net

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    Works Cited and Consulted

    Barrett, Michèle and Anne Phillips, Eds. Destabilizing Theory: Contemporary Feminist Debates. Cambridge: Polity Press, 1992.

    Brooks, Ann. Postfeminisms: Feminism, Cultural Theory and Cultural Forms. London and New York: Routledge, 1997.

    Critical Art Ensemble. http://www.critical-art.net/

    Critical Art Ensemble Defense Fund. http://www.caedefensefund.org/

    Cassel, David. “Hacktivism in the Cyberstreets.” AlterNet. 30 May 2000. 16 June 04. http://www.alternet.org/story/9223

    Griffis, Ryan. “Tandem Surfing the Third Wave: Part 3, interview with subRosa.” YOUgenics. 2003. 16 June 04. http://yougenics.net/subRosaInt.htm

    Haraway, Donna. “The Cyborg Manifesto.” Simians, Cyborgs and Women. New York: Routledge, 1991. [1985] 149-181.

    Harmon, Amy. “`Hacktivists’ of All Persuasions Take Their Struggle to the Web.” New York Times on the Web. 31 Oct 1998. 16 June 04. http://www.thehacktivist.com/archive/news/1998/Hacktivists-NYTimes-1998.pdf

    Hayles, N. Katherine. How We Became Posthuman. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1999.

    jodi.org. 17 June 04.

    metac0m. “What is Hacktivism?” thehacktivist.com. Dec 03. 16 June 04. http://www.thehacktivist.com/hacktivism.php

    Morgan, Robin. Demon Lover: On the Sexuality of Terrorism. London: Methuen, 1990.

    Old Boys’ Network (OBN). “FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions.” 16 June 04 http://www.obn.org/inhalt_index.html

    Plant, Sadie. Zeros and Ones. New York: Bantam, 1997.

    subRosa. “Tactical Cyberfeminism: An Art and Technology of Social Relations.” 16 June 04. http://www.artwomen.org/cyberfems/subrosa/

    VNS Matrix. “Cyberfeminist Manifesto.” 1992. 17 June 2004. http://www.obn.org/reading_room/manifestos/html/cyberfeminist.html

    Wajcman, Judy. TechnoFeminism. Cambridge and Malden, MA: Polity Press, 2004.

    Wray, Stefan. “Electronic Civil Disobedience and the World Wide Web of Hacktivism: A Mapping of Extraparliamentarian Direct Action Net Politics. Nov 1998. 16 June 04. http://thehacktivist.com/archive/edt/wwwhack.html

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              Maintenance Supervisor - Food Production   
    PA-Pittsburgh, Position Plant Maintenance Supervisor Department Maintenance Reports to Maintenance Manager Direct Reports 12-15 Maintenance Technicians Description Reporting into the Maintenance Manager, the Maintenance Supervisor will be responsible for all maintenance functions within the facility – ensuring proper preventive maintenance of physical plant equipment, general work assignment, minimizing equipmen
              Bakers - Gusto 54 Restaurant Group - Toronto, ON   
    Maintain a pristine work station and adhere to Food Safety guidelines. Gusto 54's Catering &amp; Commissary Kitchen*....
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              Lady's Chocolate Chip Cookie & Cookie Butter Skillets   
    Lady's Chocolate Chip Cookie and Cookie Butter Skillets - made May 26, 2017, modified from Modern Honey
    I've come to believe that one of the easiest "comfort food" desserts you can serve is the chocolate chip cookie skillet. There's nothing like warm chocolate chip cookies. Served with ice cream. Baked in a cast iron skillet. Oh, and while you're at it, put some nutella to slowly melt over the warm cookie. Because....why not? Okay, yeah, you're going to have to do some massive workouts and live on rabbit food for 3 days but it's worth it. Especially this one.
    Pre-bake
    It's also quite versatile. If you have some non-chocolate lovers (I know, I don't understand them either), you can make the dough and right before you add the chocolate chips - which, hello, make the whole thing - separate out the plain dough and add cookie butter to that batch instead. No need to mix it into the actual cookie. I layered it into the cookie skillet for a cookie butter cookie skillet. It's hard to top a brown sugar sugar/cookie butter combination.
    Post-bake
    Unless, of course, you make the traditional chocolate chip cookie skillet with big milk chocolate chips, bake it, then spread a layer of nutella to melt over it. And serve it warm with vanilla ice cream. Yes, it was as good as that just sounded. Or better.
    Chocolate Chip Cookie Skillet covered with Nutella
    While chocolate chip cookie skillets are easy to make, you do want to make sure you choose a chocolate chip cookie recipe that spreads. I know, that's against my usual grain of thick, chubby, chunky cookies that remain thick with very little spread. But since it's in a skillet, you want it to spread at least enough to make it to the edges of the skillet. Otherwise, you'll get a weird cookie in the middle of a skillet that looks like it didn't need to be baked in a skillet. Plus the cookies that spread tend to be more buttery and less floury, also a good thing.

    The cookie butter, chocolate-chip-less version was also good. It's hard to see the cookie butter in the picture below which only means I should've used more. But it, too, was good. Next time you have a group of friends or family over for an informal meal, this is a good dessert topper for a casual gathering.
    Cookie Butter skillet cookie
    1/2 cup butter
    1/2 cup brown sugar
    1/4 cup sugar
    1 egg
    1 teaspoon vanilla
    1 cup + 1 tablespoon flour
    1/2 teaspoon baking soda
    1/4 teaspoon salt
    1/2 cup milk chocolate chunks
    1/3 cup cookie butter
    vanilla bean ice cream
    1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F.  Spray two 6-inch cast iron skillets with nonstick cooking spray.
    2. In a small heavy saucepan, melt brown over medium heat, stirring often, until it bubbles and milk solids turn brown. Turn off heat and add brown sugar and granulated sugar, stirring until completely blended. Cool slightly.
    3. Add egg and vanilla, stir until combined.
    4. Add flour, baking soda and salt. Stir until well combined.
    5. Pour half of the cookie batter into 1 6" skillet, adding dollops of cookie butter and covering with dough,
    6. Add milk chocolate chips to other half of the cookie batter and pour into second skillet. Bake for 20-25 minutes or until edges are lightly golden brown and middles no longer look like raw dough. Remove from oven and let cool for 10 minutes.
    7. Add vanilla bean ice cream and serve.


              bakery labourer - Schaaf Foods Inc. - Waterloo, ON   
    No degree, certificate or diploma Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.). Feed and unload processing machines;... $18 an hour
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              Shipping/Receiving and Inventory Controller - Dutchie's Fresh Market - Waterloo, ON   
    We take pride in providing our customers quality food products throughout our store and we are looking for a highly motivated individual to join our team whose... $20 an hour
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              Maintenance Technician - Fine Choice Foods - Richmond, BC   
    TIG welding experience is required. Reporting to the Maintenance Supervisor, the Maintenance Technician is responsible for the routine and....
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              Kenji Darvish of Golden Bomber: "That pissed me off. Why would shop employees tweet that?"   


    1: Egg ★@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:28:36.63 ID:???0.net
    There has been no end to instances of celebrities being tweeted about our photographed when seen out in the street, and Kenji Darvish has expressed his anger on his blog after experiencing a similar fate.

    July 8, Darvish updated his blog: "Apologies for this late night update... I just got pissed off". Darvish did not mention the name of the restaurant, the person, and the tweets in question, but he said: "I was just eating at a restaurant a while back, and I'm not sure if that guy was a staff member, but it seems that person tweeted the events as they went on; in full detail".

    "It didn't seem like anyone noticed me at all... Where were they watching me from? Scary!". "To think that the food was actually good. How should I put it, this just left me with such a bad aftertaste. Actually, it gave me a bad impression.".

    Not just celebrities, but intrusion into one's privacy is generally not accepted. "Why would shop employees tweet something like that? Weren't they taught not to do such a thing? I have experience in customer service and I really don't get this. I don't think I can eat out in peace anymore. It's all so troublesome." "Stress! I'll go run for a bit."

    Other Twitter incidents involving celebrities are Junichi Inamoto and Miho Tanaka's date before they got married in 2011, which turned into a huge media circus. Recently, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu and Ebizo Ichikawa both complained about being pictured without permission last month. Akemi Darenogare and Hachimitsu Jiro also complained about similar incidents soon after.


    http://ks.c.yimg.jp/res/chie-ans-241/241/539/224/i320



    2 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:29:36.88 ID:ocmPSHW6i.net
    こいつらスッピンでいたとしてわかるのか?
    Can people even recognize these guys even without makeup on?

    http://ks.c.yimg.jp/res/chie-ans-241/241/539/224/i320
    5 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:31:07.22 ID:JXkS4JQ60.net
    家で飯食えよ
    Just go eat at home
    6 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:31:16.10 ID:KbBROl140.net
    >一体なぜ店員がそういう事をつぶやくんだ

    バイトなんでw
    店に忠誠心ないんでw安い賃金だからその憂さ晴らしw

    > Why would shop employees tweet something like that?

    Because they're part-timers w
    They have no sense of loyalty towards the shop they're working for w And their pay is cheap, so that's just them releasing their stress w

    http://articleimage.nicoblomaga.jp/image/64/2013/8/5/850273c0278e50ad364d88ff8d94040e9bde7e851377862358.jpg

    55 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:45:18.82 ID:TLPICXX30.net
    >>6
    これはあると思う
    I think this is one of the reasons
    304 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 10:05:59.12 ID:cZ2Ui2J+0.net
    >>6
    確かにwww
    バイトだから に他ならないな しゃんとした社会人ならこんなことはしない

    You're right www
    Looks like there's no other reason than "because we're part timers". Any proper member of society wouldn't do such a thing.
    307 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 10:08:03.82 ID:ilLytq280.net
    >>6
    周りにひやほやされたいから
    憂さ晴らしとか自分を正当化したい戯れ言

    Because such people want others to pay attention to them. "Stress release and diversion"? That's their nonsensical way of trying to justify themselves.
    313 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 10:09:47.12 ID:foz+MFfB0.net
    >>6
    バイトだから? バイトだからじゃねーよ
    人間としてどうしようもないやつだからだろ!

    Because they're part-timers? It's not because they're part-timers. It's because they're just helpless as human beings!
    512 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 12:02:42.79 ID:0Wt1R9iJ0.net
    >>6
    店に忠誠心ないって? 時代変わったなあ 40代だけどバイトの時でもそんなことおもったことないわ
    No loyalty to the store employing you? Times sure have changed. I'm in my 40s, but not once have I thought that way even when I was a part-timer.
    691 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 16:38:01.43 ID:E2TBBjW00.net
    >>6
    こんな奴は結局バイト先すら失うんだがな
    People like this will eventually lose places to work at
    581 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 13:44:25.32 ID:D3Ck4OxF0.net
    >>6
    働く前はそう思ってたなぁ
    バイトしてて客がいっぱい来るのは嫌な事だって、楽が一番だって でも実際働いたらバイトしていっぱい客が来るのはもうかって楽しい事だって分かった

    That's what I thought too before working. I thought, "I don't want a lot of customers coming, I want to be at ease". But when I started working, I also realized how fun it was when you started earning more the moment you had more customers.
    598 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 13:59:57.35 ID:m30USX/C0.net
    >>6
    これだな
    バイトの意識なんて正社員以上にピンキリなのに

    This. The awareness level of part-timers is much more varied than that of regular employees.
    701 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 17:16:34.33 ID:s9WVa2H70.net
    >>6
    違うでしょw
    店に芸能人来ちゃった!ツイートして注目浴びちゃう俺! 
    ってのを期待しちゃってるんでしょw

    Wrong w
    The guy was just expecting something like "A celeb came to the store! Imma tweet about it and get attention!"
    784 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 22:00:55.18 ID:XbvnlhaX0.net
    >>6
    不正解
    何も考えてないだけ

    Wrong.
    The guy just isn't thinking about anything.
    833 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/09(水) 01:39:52.21 ID:kp9rUrW30.net
    >>6
    これだ!
    This!
    839 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/09(水) 02:06:10.21 ID:G9HD38Gw0.net
    >>6
    只のRTファボ乞食だからだよ
    That person is just looking for retweets and favorites









    10 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:32:25.02 ID:mGGzW5Pm0.net
    嫌なら芸能人やめちまえ
    If he doesn't like it then he should stop being a celebrity

    20 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:35:06.36 ID:hJfOY7MW0.net
    >>10
    お前どんな育て方されてきたんだよ
    How were you brought up?





    11 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:32:30.42 ID:hLPPN6iz0.net
    写真を撮るのは商品価値の盗用として肖像権の侵害にあたるのはわかった
    それでこういった実況は何の侵害になんの? プライバシーの侵害って法的にまだ弱いんじゃなかったっけ知らないけど

    I understand that when someone takes your picture, it's like a violation of your image rights. Then what do you call this one? I'm not sure, but I don't think there are enough laws being enforced for the protection of personal privacy.
    13 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:33:04.98 ID:obVUJKBw0.net
    特定まだ?
    Anyone pinpointed this yet?
    16 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:34:06.33 ID:cykeX+p00.net
    金儲けのために週刊誌がやるのはよくて素人はアウトってことか
    So this means that tabloids can do things like this so they can make some profits, but amateurs aren't allowed to, huh?

    25 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:36:58.21 ID:im4iIvU70.net
    >>16
    そうですねw
    Yer right w









    18 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:34:20.53 ID:zl3v4uMR0.net
    バイトだからだろ
    Because that guy must've been a part-timer
    21 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:35:53.49 ID:lb/6WgLE0.net
    お店どこよ? こういうのって伏せてると回り回って他の店にも迷惑掛かるんだからどこの店か書けっての
    Which store is this? If he keeps on holding back such information, it will just cause trouble to the other stores so he should write the name of the store already.
    22 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:36:10.40 ID:b+ulpMxv0.net
    飲食やアパレルの底辺バイトに情報漏洩は御法度だとか言っても理解できないんじゃね 客商売の意識がなく自分がいかに楽しく稼ぐかしか考えてないもん
    Maybe those bottom-feeder part timers at diners and apparel stores can't understand it even if you tell them that they're not supposed to have information leaked out. They probably don't have any customer service awareness, and are only concerned about having fun by themselves.
    29 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:38:24.65 ID:QtSrlpzQ0.net
    ゴールデンボンバーとかもう消えかかってるじゃんw
    話題にされただけ良かったじゃんw

    But Golden Bomber are pretty much has-beens already w At least he made the news with this w
    31 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:38:46.29 ID:F9/Yir730.net
    お前らに興味ある層がそういう脳みその奴ばっかりだって事だろw 普通の社会人はあんたの顔なんて知らんと思うよ
    It just means that this is how the brains of people who are interested in these guys work w Normal people of society don't even know what he looks like.
    33 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:39:19.77 ID:5ge7UwCW0.net
    結局、ツイッターってバカを助長させる道具じゃないの?
    百害あって一利なし・・・

    So Twitter is just a tool that further promotes stupid people? You've got all to lose and nothing to gain...
    36 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:40:48.18 ID:Ntf/esTx0.net
    嫌なら芸能人を辞めれば良いだけ
    なんで店員のせいにしてんだよ
    タダで宣伝してくれてるんだから逆に感謝しろよアホ

    If he doesn't like things like this done to him, then he should just quit being a celebrity. Why does he have to blame the restaurant staff? This dumba$$ should actually be grateful since he's getting free publicity.
    37 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:41:36.25 ID:A1WvG1bK0.net
    プライベートてあのメイクしてないよな。
    スッピンでよく分かったな、

    I guess he doesn't wear that makeup in his private affairs. I'm amazed that people recognized him without any makeup on.

    44 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:42:56.78 ID:JRJjxJcH0.net
    >>37
    すっぴんもたびたび曝してた まったく謎というわけじゃないよ
    He did show off his no makeup look every once in a while. It's not a complete mystery, you know.
    http://p.twpl.jp/show/large/o8iDU











    38 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:41:43.58 ID:GFLM+VrH0.net
    まあこういうのって表裏一体ではあるよなあ
    アンチがいるうちが華みたいなもんでつぶやかれてるうちが華というか 10年もしないうちに見かけてもつぶやかれなくなるだろうし

    Two sides of the same coin. You're still good as long as you still got haters, and you're still good as long as people are still talking about you. I don't think anyone would be tweeting about seeing him in public 10 years from now.
    39 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:41:50.87 ID:EBi00qdm0.net
    芸能人とかじゃなくて客の情報書き込むなよ
    This isn't just about celebrities, don't write any info about your customers
    41 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:42:08.06 ID:JRJjxJcH0.net
    有名人がきたらそれをつぶやいてはいけない
    というルールあるのか? ないだろ? 欠陥SNSの仕組みの不備なんだよ

    Are there really any rules saying that you can't tweet about a celebrity coming to your shop? None, right? It's all shortcomings of SNS.
    48 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:43:22.04 ID:FYqIl6vs0.net
    で、こんな事わざわざブログに書いてどうすんだ、店名晒すわけでもなし 信者の「可哀想、抱いて!」のコメントが欲しいだけか
    What's the point of him writing something like this on his blog? It's not like he's even revealing the name of the restaurant. He probably just wanted comments like "Poor thing, hug me!" from his fans.
    51 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:44:06.68 ID:CZyaeSunO.net
    一般人ならまだわかるが店員がこれはないわ
    バカッターって何か利点あるかね?

    I'd understand it if a regular person tweeted, but a restaurant staff? Does Bakatter really have any merits?
    52 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:44:07.91 ID:xVn67lmj0.net
    半年に一回は問題になるのに後を絶たない不思議
    Things like this escalate into huge issues at least once every 6 months, but it never comes to an end. Such a mystery.
    68 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:48:09.03 ID:BxRLTIvWI.net
    2~5年後はどうすんの?ヨシキ、真矢はドラムが上手いから生き残ってるが コイツは何の芸もないから引退か
    So what is this guy planning on doing in 2~5 years time? Yoshiki and Shinya are still around because they're good at drumming, but he can't do anything so he'll probably retire, huh.
    75 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:49:05.95 ID:UvC4j/zHI.net
    海外なら呟かれるだけでその場は何事もなく飯を食えた事に感動するが 日本のクレーマー芸能人にとっては呟く行為もクレームの対象になる
    Overseas, people would tweet about the celeb and people would just give a wow and then let it go as if nothing happened, but Japan's complaining celebs seem to have this right to complain about tweets as well.
    79 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:50:13.18 ID:DdMqVx620.net
    でもこれ考えないと同業他社に悪用されるおそれがあるな 客で紛れ込んで店員のフリして行えばいいわけでしょ さっき↓こんなの見て怖くなったわ
    I think this should be given some more thought, or else, rival companies might use this to their advantage. They could mingle with the other customers, and do something similar while pretending to be that restaurant's staff, right? I saw this one below a while ago and made me scared.



    826 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/09(水) 01:25:34.36 ID:vu4zANY30.net
    >>79
    つながれてしまったオペレーターが可哀想でならないな…
    I can't help but feel sorry for the operator who got connected to the call...








    80 :非通知さん@アプリ起動中@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 08:50:25.87 ID:a8rHf9Ht0.net
    1: ◆ENPDAsv5PuwA @ターンオーヴァーφ ★@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:21:19.03 ID
    A large amount of potato chips were disposed of in Kobe City and Akashi-shi of Hyogo prefecture, as the Hyogo Police arrested Ikki Fukumoto (25), an office worker who resides in Hyogo prefecture's Uozumicho Shimizu, for illegal dumping.

    The suspect disposed 89 boxes, totaling to about 1,000 bags of potato chips (total weight of 208 kilos) between May 4 and May 23 in 6 areas within Kobe City and Akashi City, such as in the woods and in empty lots. The suspect comments: "I did buy a lot of these, but I didn't know what to do with them so I just dumped them".

    According to the police, the potato chips came with entry stubs for a chance to win seiyuu Nana Mizuki's concert tickets, as Mr. Fukumoto only cut the stubs out and did not eat the contents. Entries were only valid until the end of May.


    http://livedoor.blogimg.jp/aoba_f/imgs/3/2/3295c6a9-s.jpg

    http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/SDXJsYsdD0s/hqdefault.jpg





    3 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:22:22.00 ID:j7d2w61B0.net
    そろそろキモオタ殺処分する施設つくれよ
    Someone should really create a facility that will murder and dispose of these kimo-wotas

    25 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:26:31.87 ID:Tvcpfp2g0.net
    >>3
    何この基地外
    What's this retard



    4 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:22:37.06 ID:I9P/77tN0.net
    ポテチ食べたい
    I wanna eat potato chips
    5 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:22:38.23 ID:ydKDsYkc0.net
    児童養護施設に投棄なら逮捕されなかったのにね(´・ω・`)
    He probably wouldn't have been arrested if he dumped them at an orphanage (´・ω・`)
    6 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:23:00.61 ID:dwerNQjP0.net
    もったいないな 子供にやれば良かったのに
    Such a waste. He should've given these to children.

    17 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:24:36.02 ID:Yo7ClZB90.net
    >>5
    >>6
    ほんのちょっとの知恵があればいい話としてカムフラージュできたのにな

    If he just had some wit, he could've conjured a tear-jerker story about it too
    19 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:24:42.40 ID:gONfWd4G0.net
    >>5
    それならチケットGET&伊達直人になれたのに
    If he did that then he could've gotten the ticket and even become Naoto Date (Tiger Mask)
    79 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:33:27.51 ID:sDvtD0Aq0.net
    >>5
    開封してるゴミを誰が喜ぶんだよ、屑
    Who would be happy about trash that's already been opened, you scum




    7 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:23:46.84 ID:n4s+6jHr0.net
    これ、単価幾ら?
    How much is the unit cost?
    18 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:24:39.12 ID:HjJLgQCb0.net
    1袋100円として1000袋で100万か
    If 1 bag = 100 yen, then 1,000 bags is 1 million, huh
    997: 名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/ 2014/06/10(火) 17:02:34.51 ID:DWi7m9K4O.net
    いまセブンイレブンで見てきたら、BIGBAGは本体275円・税込296円だった。 
    ポイント2倍(6点)のこれを大量買いしたら、約1000袋約30万円相当は間違いじゃないな。 
    コンビニ限定だからスーパーみたいな特価では買えなかったと。
    I just checked in 7-11 right now, and one BIGBAG costs 275 yen (296 yen after taxes). He bought a thousand of these, that gave him double points (6 points) so all in all he spent 3 million yen, which is accurate with the report. This promo was only done at convenience stores so he wasn't able to purchase the chips at the grocery with their lower prices.
    9 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:24:01.79 ID:wEsDxyNQ0.net
    ばばあにいくら金使ってるんだよw
    How much money did he just spend on a granny w
    13 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:24:21.01 ID:OyQK5Lbm0.net
    何で食べないの?すぐ腐るものではないのに
    Why didn't he just eat them? It's not something that would expire so soon.

    http://livedoor.blogimg.jp/aoba_f/imgs/e/4/e4ddd31b-s.jpg

    36 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:28:44.57 ID:64epyAjJ0.net
    >>13
    ベルマークみたいな応募券を切るから開封になってしまう
    You'd have to cut out bell-mark entry stubs so that would mean you've opened the bag



    14 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:24:26.21 ID:cAx/OHZ00.net
    水樹奈々って声優なの?紅白に出てくる謎の歌手という印象しかない
    Is Nana Mizuki a seiyuu? My only image of her is this mysterious singer who always performs at the Kouhaku.
    http://image.space.rakuten.co.jp/lg01/75/0001125375/80/img80bdcef3zikdzj.jpeg

    60 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:31:39.13 ID:AkP+EBT00.net
    >>14
    詳しいな
    Wow, you know a lot




    15 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:24:29.79 ID:EfIz3q2e0.net
    食べろよキモデブ
    Just eat it, you gross fatso
    16 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:24:32.23 ID:iOpxv+mc0.net
    ポテチだったら需要あると思うが・・・
    捨てるなんてもったいない

    I do think that a lot of people would like to have potato chips... Such a waste if you just threw them away.
    24 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:26:19.03 ID:+xOY+g1y0.net
    応募券切ると開封することになっちゃうのかな 
    しかしご苦労様というかバカというか

    So it's already considered opened once you cut out the stub, huh. I dunno if I wanna say 'Thanks for your hard work' or 'You're dumb'.
    29 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:27:34.53 ID:QnqbY6vx0.net
    普通にファンクラブ入会して チケット購入すればいいのに
    1000袋買うとかバカ?

    He could've just joined the fan club and bought the ticket normally. Buying 1,000 bags... is he stupid?




    20 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:25:10.05 ID:dwerNQjP0.net
    >水樹奈々さんのコンサートチケット応募券

    普通に買えば良いんじゃないのか? 売ってないのか?

    > entry stubs for seiyuu Nana Mizuki's concert tickets

    Couldn't he have just bought the tickets normally? Don't they sell it?

    34 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:28:30.83 ID:BqsBEVkq0.net
    >>20
    なんかググったら ポテチのキャンペーンで 抽選で10人がコンサートご招待で 終わった後にバックステージで本人に会えるという ものだった
    I Google'd it and the potato chips promo says that 10 people get invited to the concert through lottery, and then you can meet and greet her backstage after the concert.
    84 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:33:56.52 ID:QnqbY6vx0.net
    >>34
    うわああああああ そのために1000袋購入とか きんも~
    Uwaaaaaaaa So the guy bought 1,000 bags for that sake? Gross~




    106 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:35:50.09 ID:e8chTGHj0.net
    http://pds.exblog.jp/pds/1/201305/04/24/d0053024_013835.jpg

    裏のカルビーのマークが応募券らしい

    The entry stub is apparently the Calbee mark at the back

    110 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:36:31.26 ID:SOE3cgrr0.net
    >>106
    これはカルビーが悪いなwwwww
    So this is all Calbee's fault wwwww




    112 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:36:50.95 ID:iPdo16TJ0.net
    ギャンブルみたいなもんなんだな
    So it's like a gamble, huh
    21 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:25:12.47 ID:o4OLVkop0.net
    >重さ約208キロ

    結構な重さやなぁーポテチ1,000袋て

    >Weight about 208 kg

    1,000 potato chip bags weigh quite a lot, huh
    176 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:44:47.07 ID:IcKXJWcx0.net
    200kgて400の単車一台分やぞ 人力じゃ手に負えないわ
    200kg is as heavy as a 400cc motorbike! One man can't do anything about that.
    22 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:25:30.63 ID:gplxR63R0.net
    きふすればいいのに
    喜ぶぞ

    He should've just donated them. He could've made people happy.
    23 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:25:58.62 ID:uQQ9I5/H0.net
    駅前で配ればいいのに
    He could've distributed them in front of a train station
    35 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:28:36.67 ID:td0h+lMPi.net
    寄付すれば…って書いてあるけど開封済みなら施設もいらんわな
    People have been writing that he should just donate them, but facilities won't need these if they've already been opened
    40 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:29:18.92 ID:e8chTGHj0.net
    パッケージ切らないとダメだから
    どこかには配れないべ

    You need to cut the package so you can't distribute it later on
    81 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:33:39.46 ID:3tKCE61o0.net
    ああ~袋の中に入ってるんじゃなく
    切り取るタイプか

    Ahhh, so it's not included inside the bag. You have to cut it out, huh?
    32 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:28:04.55 ID:Gp+wGBX60.net
    ここまで熱心に金を注ぎ込めるほど熱中できるものがあるのはうらやましいな なんに対しても無関心で金の使い道がないわ
    I actually envy him for having something which he can passionately spend his money on. I'm just totally uninterested in everything, and I don't know how to use my money.
    33 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:28:21.89 ID:W+I6ZqeM0.net
    さすがに食い物は寄付とかも難しいのか
    アフリカの困ってる人とか 福島の仮設住宅の人とかに簡単にあげれればいんだが

    I guess it must be difficult to donate food, huh. Would've been great if you could donate them to the troubled people in Africa or those living in shelters in Fukushima.
    38 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:28:51.94 ID:s1eZNZoB0.net
    時間かけて食えよ。
    生ものじゃないんだからw

    He should've just took his time to eat them. It's not raw, perishable food anyway w
    39 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:29:05.81 ID:0q1xHuDl0.net
    水樹奈々のチケットなんかいらんからポテチくれw
    I don't need Nana Mizuki tickets, just gimme potato chips w
    42 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:29:30.06 ID:qwTaH5Rz0.net
    「応募券欲しさに1000袋買いましたが、食べきれません。 ご自由にお持ち下さい。」って書いて、人通りの多い場所に置いておいたら 皆持って行ってくれるかな? 置いた時点で法律に触れちゃうかな?
    Couldn't he just leave them in a place where a lot of people pass by and put a sign saying "I bought 1,000 bags just for the entry stubs, but I couldn't eat it all. Please take these as you please", and would people bite and get them? Or would he already be going against the law the moment he sets them down?
    64 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:31:52.74 ID:G7/h6inr0.net
    開封済みのポテチなんて 何が入ってるか分からなくて怖くて食えるかよ
    I wouldn't dare eat potato chips that have already been opened, I dunno what would be in the bag.
    46 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:30:00.79 ID:79tb0cNe0.net
    俺も昔野球カードチップスで在庫抱えたけど会社の人の子供のおやつに全部あげた
    I also had quite a stock of baseball card chips before, but I gave them all to my officemate's kid for snacks
    51 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:30:53.78 ID:c9/u93Kf0.net
    こういうのはホームレスとかにあげればいいんじゃないかと思うのだが、だめなんかね?
    I'm thinking that it should just be given to the homeless. Can't you do that?
    52 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:31:01.04 ID:v4T8rIP90.net
    わりとマジでオレにくれw
    I'm pretty serious when I say that I want them ww
    67 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:32:14.90 ID:zEHL1Rpr0.net
    そのポテチちょっとくれよw
    Give me some of those chips w
    54 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:31:03.23 ID:/QhZbxAO0.net
    住所細かく出過ぎじゃね?w
    Wait, isn't his address a little bit too detailed here in the report? w
    62 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:31:44.55 ID:o4OLVkop0.net
    人にあげるという思考がないのか それとも別の理由があったか
    Didn't it ever cross his mind that he could've given it to other people? Or was there a different reason?
    63 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/06/10(火) 12:31:50.29 ID:3m8VawLH0.net
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              Cruising the Web   
    For all those people who think that Trump's tweets are brilliant at reaching the public and throwing his opponents off balance or whatever other bit of analysis used to show that somehow he's playing three-dimensional chess while the rest of the world can't even set up the checker board, is this really a set of tweets that makes you proud that he's your president?




    These morning tweets follow other tweets touting ones supporting policy actions by his administration and the GOP. Does he think anyone will pay attention to any of that when he's tweeting comments on a morning show's appearance and the show's ratings? It's as if he's taken a master a class on self-sabotage.

    Isn't he supposed to be in the middle of trying to help a GOP repeal of Obamacare?

    Remember when conservatives ridiculed Obama interview talking to GloZell, the woman who is mainly known for eating cereal while sitting in a bathub of milk or going on Between Two Ferns? Well, was any of that less respectful of the office of the presidency than such tweets? I have come to regard Trump's tweets as a verbal expression of his id. That is the level he operates at and we get a glimpse at what impulses control him through Twitter. All his advisers urging him to focus on policy and presenting an image of gravitas are the ego trying to mediate between those impulses and reality. They might win out for hours, even days sometimes, but the id is there ready to take over.

    There used to be a time when Republicans claimed that character mattered in the presidency. Today...not so much.

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    Canada thinks it can control the Internet.
    The Supreme Court of Canada ruled against Google on Wednesday in a closely-watched intellectual property case over whether judges can apply their own country's laws to all of the Internet.

    In a 7-2 decision, the court agreed a British Columbia judge had the power to issue an injunction forcing Google to scrub search results about pirated products not just in Canada, but everywhere else in the world too.

    Those siding with Google, including civil liberties groups, had warned that allowing the injunction would harm free speech, setting a precedent to let any judge anywhere order a global ban on what appears on search engines. The Canadian Supreme Court, however, downplayed this objection and called Google's fears "theoretical."
    Charles C. W. Cooke comments,
    That amusing episode of The I.T. Crowd notwithstanding, “the Internet” is not a single black box somewhere in London, but a massively decentralized network of networks that, while conforming to a few agreed-upon technical specifications, gives new meaning to the word “diffuse.” Or, put another way, “the Internet” is a patchwork quilt of cables, satellites, switches, service providers, cell phones, desktops, laptops, web-servers, and protocols that, taken together, forms the sprawling web to which we are all so accustomed. The beauty of this arrangement is that anybody can participate. Want to be the next Facebook? To start with, at least, all you’ll need is a domain name, an internet connection, and a computer, and . . . that’s it. Though there are certain breakpoints (IP allocation, root DNS, etc.), there is no central permission structure that newcomers have to navigate. It’s open. It’s wild. It’s wonderful.

    Now, this is not to say that censorship is impossible. It’s not. If a government wishes to block access to a particular site within the physical borders over which it has jurisdiction, it can do so. Likewise, websites and services that contradict local law can be legally removed, and, if it so wishes, a government can demand that any organization operating on a network within its borders must conform to its rules. What it can’t do, however, is export those judgments abroad.

    Suppose that I, a permanent resident of the United States, were to host a website that contained speech that was banned in, say, Germany. Certainly, the German authorities could prevent Germans from seeing my site. And, if anyone chose to mirror my site on server inside Germany, they could shut that person down quite quickly. But they couldn’t have me shut down in America, and they couldn’t prevent people in other countries from accessing my site over the web. My server would be in America, connected to a network in America, subject to the law in America, and guaranteed the protections to which Americans are entitled. The German government, annoyed as it might be, would have to accept that....

    And that, ultimately, is why the Canadian Court’s decision is so hilarious. I understand why people are worried about the idea — if taken seriously, it would give any less-free-than-America country an effective veto over the First Amendment. But they shouldn’t fret too much: The judges can say what they like, but their edict is simply unenforceable. If it wishes to do so, the government of Canada can prevail upon Google to abide by its rules within Canada. In addition, it can regulate the web in Canada to prevent access to sites it dislike. But it can’t force Google in America or France or Australia or Singapore to do a single goddamned thing. And thank goodness for that, eh?
    I hope that he is correct, but we've seen the EU slapping a $2.7 billion fine on Google because the EU thinks it violates antitrust for Google to promote Google Shopping sites over other shopping sites. I'm not sure what there is about a FREE service like Google that the Europeans don't understand. Are European citizens actually hurt by Google giving them a free shopping search engine and then putting their items at the top? Would they prefer to pay for their search engines? Please, just keep your hands off Google. As more countries try and figure out ways to make money off of fining Google, they should consider the unintended consequences.
    “The EU has effectively decided that some companies have become too big to innovate,” Robert Atkinson, president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, a Washington-based think tank, said in a statement following the Google Shopping decision. “The EU’s actions have created a cloud of uncertainty that will make large tech companies overly cautious about making changes to the user experience and service offerings that would benefit consumers.”

    Jonathan Tobin applies Occam's Razor
    to explain why Obama didn't do more about Russia's attempts to interfere in our election last year.
    But the real problem here is not so much Barack Obama’s failure to act as the most plausible reason for his inaction: Vladimir Putin’s capers didn’t impact the election results.
    Despite the efforts by Democrats to blame Russia for Hillary Clinton's loss and their frustration that Obama didn't do more about it, there really is no evidence that the WikiLeaks revelations from John Podesta's emails had any effect on the course of the election.
    But there’s a simpler, even more plausible explanation for Obama’s inaction: The president saw that the hacking was having almost no impact on the course of the campaign and thus wasn’t going to mess with the results. Far from the crime of the century, it was, at worst, a minor annoyance to Clinton that Obama obviously felt didn’t warrant a major dustup with Putin.

    It’s true that Russia’s actions were outrageous and deserved a strong US response, both then and now. It can also be argued that the public had a right to know about it. But it was only after Clinton lost and she and her supporters began searching for excuses that Russia’s actions were considered an important factor in the outcome.

    While Putin was way out of line, the impact of the WikiLeaks document dumps on Clinton’s candidacy was marginal at best.

    The contents of the Democratic National Committee e-mails were embarrassing to Podesta and then-DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who wound up losing her job after proof of DNC collusion with Clinton against Bernie Sanders was produced. But there was almost nothing in those documents that related directly to Clinton, let alone being enough to influence voters.

    Every WikiLeaks story was also almost immediately overshadowed by other, more damaging gaffes or revelations about Trump, such as his attack on a Gold Star family or the release of the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape. Nothing the Russians did matched the damage done by either of those Trump disasters.
    Instead of looking for some external events or action, just admit that Hillary was a lousy candidate. That should actually be comforting to the Democrats. With such a compromised candidate whom so many Americans just never liked, they still won the popular vote and came really close to winning the states that put Trump over the top. If they can pick a better candidate in 2020, and can make an appeal for the voters they lost in the Rust Belt, chances are pretty strong that they'll win that year. They should be more concerned about forging a message that doesn't repel independents and those voters they lost in 2016. That's their real challenge and focusing all the time on Russia, Russia, Russia won't help them achieve that goal.


    Good to know.
    Tell your friendly environmentalist activist. But they're not really interested.
    The benefits of fracking far outweigh its costs not only economically, but environmentally, a Stanford University geophysicist said Friday.

    After teaching geophysics at Stanford for 30 years Mark Zoback took the helm of Stanford's new Natural Gas Initiative three years ago, he said, because of gas's environmental benefits.

    "We did it because there were so many important and obvious environmental benefits to the utilization of natural gas," Zoback said. "So it’s somewhat ironic to be asked to argue for the notion that these benefits outweigh the environmental costs, when it’s the environmental benefits that got me into this business in the first place."

    Zoback's remarks opened the annual debate at Stanford's Silicon Valley Energy Summit, and were swiftly challenged by representatives of the Sierra Club and the Natural Resources Defense Counci
    Zoback argued that natural gas can replace coal and "dirty diesel" at significant scale throughout the world, supporting economic growth while slashing carbon emissions. (When burned, natural gas emits about half the CO2 that coal does).

    The Senate has some really dumb rules. And the minority party can use them to slow everything down to a standstill. Chuck Schumer is taking advantage of every tool that the rules provide.
    Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer used an upper chamber procedure Wednesday to block a national security briefing hosted by the Senate Judiciary Committee, irritating Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley.

    The rule that Schumer had invoked, which he has been exercising the use of over the past two weeks, blocks Senate committee business from happening two hours after the Senate convenes session for the day. Schumer has consistently used the procedure as a way to delay business in Senate to make demands on Republicans on the health care bill.

    The rarely-used tactic has cut short a committee hearing on free speech, stopped a hearing on Russian meddling in the U.S. elections and blocked a mark-up to advance bipartisan anti-human trafficking legislation....

    Grassley had sent a joint letter with subcommittee judiciary chairman Lindsey Graham to the FBI Tuesday requesting all documents related to the FBI FISA surveillance requests on the Russia investigation.

    “Today, the Judiciary Committee was set to hear from senior intelligence officials about highly sensitive intelligence gathering authorities that will soon require action from Congress. It’s disturbing and reckless for the Minority Leader to block the briefing. We’ve seen too many recent reminders of how unsafe the world is today. This is no time to play politics with our national security,” he said.
    If they could use the nuclear option to get rid of a much more prominent rule concerning filibusters of Supreme Court nominees, why not use it to get rid of this stupid rule. If it's a "rarely-used tactic," no one except the angry members of the minority party will miss it.


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    I had so much fun last night. I'm visiting my daughters in D.C. and we went to the Nats-Cubs game. I haven't seen a live baseball game in about 50 years since I was a kid and we'd go to the Cubs games. So I scheduled my trip to catch the game. After falling behind in the seventh inning, I thought it was pretty hopeless for the Cubs based on the way they've been playing this year. But they rallied in the ninth inning to go ahead on a triple by Jon Jay. It was so exciting and I could celebrate with all the other Cubs fans in the stadium including a cute little girl, about 10 years old, sitting with her family of Cubs fans in front of me who told her parents that John Jay had written five of the Federalist Papers. Exactly right and the Cubs' Jon Jay was a hero tonight. Go Federalists!


    What a blast! And then as walked out of the stadium and came back on the Metro and hear all the Nationals fans complaining about the Nationals' bullpen. Eh, they're still doing well. I'm just hoping that the Cubs are recovering their mojo. At least their closer, Wade Davis, another historically relevant name on the Cubs roster


              Brits could be banned from all-inclusive holidays after spike in fake food poisoning claims   
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              Episode 73.0: "Country Mouse, City Mouse"   
    0:00 We're back, and it's OK 2:24 Housekeeping: There are many way to get a hold of us 3:18 So many emails 36:00 Baseball! But first, a word from Jorge 42:39 Orioles and Royals Top 11 review 1:02:41 Why are we going through the awards? 1:06:06 Let's talk about Neftali Feliz again 1:16:45 Special Guest Jeff Passan, Yahoo Sports on the new CBA 1:57:24 A very special That Just Happened featuring my mom 2:19:31 Musical Guest: Union Street Preservation Society 2:21:53 What Are You Drinking 2:25:33 It's Thanksgiving, so we're going to talk about food
              Episode 72.0: "Get Back To The Frosty"   
    0:00 Welcome 5:13 Getting the housekeeping out of the way 5:54 Email 25:27 Reviewing the Mariners Top 11 34:54 Let's talk about Cubs prospects 43:30 Let's talk about Red Sox prospects 49:51 Let's talk about Orioles prospects 53:58 Let's talk about Braves prospects 58:41 Let's talk about Diamondbacks prospects 1:04:37 Yoenis Cespedes: The legend of the video, and what he really is 1:25:52 Special Guest Kevin Cabral (@kevcabral), the voice of the Aguilas and the voice of the Cespedes video 1:51:31 The Wilson Ramos kidnapping 2:04:09 Special Guest Scott Drucker (@ScottyD30), RHP, Tigres de Aragua on playing this winter in Venezuela 2:22:39 Musical guest: PJ Winter (@pjwintermusic) 2:24:01 What Are You Drinking? 2:26:40 That Just Happened: Jason knows Ron Swanson 2:32:29 Some food stuff and the week ahead
              Episode 53.0: "Good Luck In Your World of Dairy"   
    0:00 Yup, It's Us Again 3:05 Housekeeping 3:55 Email 32:10 Special Guest: Keith Law on the 2011 Draft 1:18:50 Kissing Bryce Harper 1:31:34 Rushing to judgment 1:44:56 Ranking the best left-handed and right-handed pitching prospects 2:04:11 Listener Of The Week: Juan, The Food Science Guy 2:22:11 Musical Guest: Black Wine 2:23:35 What Are You Drinking? 2:27:19 Improve and a night of crime 2:34:00 The week ahead
              Episode 17.0: "200 Years Of Meat Cutting"   
    In this weeks episode, Jason and I talk about why nobody should care about players buying Halo Reach at midnight, how the Mariners have hurt King Felix' Cy Young chances, while also starting our minor league wrap-up with our selection of this year's breakout prospects. Our special guest this week is Jorge Arangure of ESPN who joins us to talk about the book his writing about Latin American baseball as well as what is wrong (and what might not be so wrong) with the signing processes of various countries. It's a fascinating discussion that we're sure you'll enjoy. Of course at the end, all the usual wackiness you expect with Not Jim Tracy, What Are You Drinking and lots of food talk.
              Back home.   
    It has been a whirlwind since getting back home from Texas on Monday, and back to work on Tuesday. I finally have a minute to post. The Round up was fun, productive and the food was outstanding! It was great to see Janiacs from our previous Round up, and to meet new ones. Everyone was working on their version of Dear Jane, with a few working on other Brenda projects. Below are the blocks that I finished, with some needing just a bit of hand sewing for the applique.

    24 finished blocks.
    Brenda and I.

    My Tablemates and I, all decided that we would finish our Dear Jane's this year, share at the next Round up, and start on Dear Hannah next year at Round up. Pat volunteered to email us every month to remind us to get Jane done! For me that means finishing up 15 more Triangles and 58 more blocks. I will need to spend some time each month to get them done. So watch fro my Dear Jane posts and see if I am making progress.

    My Tablemates, me, Pat, Lisa and Joanne

    Brenda also shared her stash with us- which is pretty extensive. She brought many bolts of fabric, books, pattens and kits for us to purchase at very discounted prices. Check back for my stash report on Sunday to see the damage!

    Books!

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    Happy Sewing!



              Comment on Nutrition Label Know How, Deciphering Food Labels With My Husband by Rocco   
    Food labels, could they print them a little smaller ? or maybe I'm getting old or both. I don't actually buy to much food in a box or package but if it is packaged I look at servings than work from there. There are some pet foods that are healthier than human food. Oh my do I know a funny story about Oreo's but this is a family setting and cannot share. I believe Ken from becoming Bond had an unique tea recipe :)
              Arte: El Centro Cultural Recoleta presenta la programación de julio y agosto   

    En julio y agosto, el Centro Cultural Recoleta contará con una programación que incluye muestras internacionales, conciertos, obras de teatro y danza, películas, charlas con directores, fiestas literarias, recitales, visitas rapeadas, óperas experimentales, conversaciones con artistas, salas de lectura, de dibujo y juego.

    Además, del 15 al 31 de julio, entre las 15 y las 18 h, el Recoleta abre un portal a la creatividad e imaginación con actividades gratuitas para chicos y grandes. Talleres, obras de teatro, películas, conciertos en la terraza, cuenta cuentos, fabricación de robots, maratones de dibujo, visitas rapeadas a las muestras y mucho más.
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    Satori (Nada es real) Sobre textos de Mario Levrero con dirección de Julieta Vallina. Un hombre realiza la última etapa de un viaje metafórico desde la subjetividad hacia un espacio real no menos subjetivo y pesadillesco. Funciones: sábados de julio y sábado 5 de agosto, 17 h. Domingo de julio, y domingo 6 de agosto, 21 h.

    Mís días sin Victoria con texto y dirección de Belén Arena. MDSV es un banquete performático del diario personal de Belén Arena: “Mis días sin Victoria es un diario que escribí para salvarme, de una obra que nunca hice porque me enamoré de la intérprete, del viaje a Santa Teresita que hice con ella, del mes en que me dejó, de mis intentos de muerte." Funciones: sábado 1 de julio y sábado 26 de agosto, 21 h. Domingo 13 de agosto, 21 h. Recomendada para mayores de 18 años.

    Casa Kynodontas con interpretación y dirección de Daniel Antonio Corres, Abril Lis Varela, Emmanuel Palavecino, Brenda Boote Bidal y Franco Bertolucci. Casa Kynodontas, un lugar hermético, con sus propias y arbitrarias reglas, custodiado por el enorme boxeador que acecha detrás de la puerta. Funciones: jueves de julio y jueves 3 y 10 de agosto, 21 h. Viernes de julio y viernes 4 de agosto, 21 h.

    La Niña Helada (ópera experimental) con música, dirección artística y producción de Patricia Martínez y texto de Mariano Saba. Ante la enfermedad de su pequeña hija, un padre decide apelar a un procedimiento de criopreservación para evitar la muerte de su cuerpo y esperar la cura del mal. Inspirada en una historia real, la ópera resquebraja sus propios cimientos y se pregunta por la supervivencia más allá de lo tangible. Funciones: sábado 8, 15, 22 y 29 de julio y sábado 5 de agosto, 21 h. Domingo 9, 16, 23 y 30 de julio y domingo 6 de agosto, 17 h.

    Dios con dramaturgia y dirección de Lisandro Rodríguez. Una capilla devenida teatro. La reconstrucción del presente. La precariedad e inconsistencia de una escena que agoniza y que al mismo tiempo se redime en su fragilidad. Cuando la actuación no basta ni nos pertenece, recurrimos a Dios. Funciones: sábado 26 de agosto, sábado 2 y 9 de septiembre, 17 h. Domingo 27 de agosto y domingo 3 y 10 de septiembre, 21 h. Recomendada para mayores de 18 años. FIBA

    Los Huesos con dirección de Leticia Mazur. Sustancia primera y final del cuerpo, los huesos pueden ser un punto ciego por donde espiarnos. Tanto la mirada que está en nuestras manos como la que está lejos de nuestros ojos, constituyen la noción de identidad. Cuando la observación minúscula y el elogio de la presencia parecen escabullirse, nos preguntamos cómo crear nuevas formas de vincularnos y de experimentar la libertad. Funciones: jueves 24 y 31 de agosto, 21 h. Viernes 25 de agosto, 21 h. Jueves 7 de septiembre y viernes 1 y 8 de septiembre, 21 h. FIBA

    Mis documentos con curaduría y concepto de Lola Arias. Después de cuatro años consecutivos en el Cultural San Martín, Mis documentos vuelve con nueva sede y formato. Artistas provenientes de distintas disciplinas presentan por única vez una conferencia performática sobre una investigación personal, una experiencia radical, una historia que los obsesiona secretamente. Tres únicas funciones: miércoles 30 de agosto, 20 h y miércoles 6 y 13 de septiembre, 20 h. Capilla. Gratis. Con retiro de entrada 1 h antes por boletería.

    Entradas: $120. Compra on line en centroculturalrecoleta.org o en la boletería del Centro Cultural Recoleta. Promoción 2x1 para menores de 30 años en boletería. Sala: Capilla.

    En la sala Villa Villa continúa Fuerza Bruta. Una experiencia que despierta los sentidos y produce una exploración de felicidad brutal. Miércoles a domingo. Sala Villa Villa. Entradas por ticketek.com.ar o en el Centro Cultural Recoleta.

    CINE

    Journal de France. Viajando solo, Depardon pasó seis años capturando Francia con una cámara de gran formato. Un retrato único de un país y sus paisajes.
    Dirección y guión: Raymond Depardon y Claudine Nougaret.
    Miércoles 5 de julio, 20 h.

    Les Habitants"Voy a conducir a lo largo de Francia, de Norte a Sur. Planeo detenerme frente a casas, negocios, edificios municipales. Voy a conocer a la gente de Francia, a escuchar lo que tienen para decir. No voy a hacer preguntas. Los voy a dejar tomarse su tiempo, reunir sus pensamientos y hablar como quieran. Voy a invitar a gente a la que recién conozca a un estudio móvil para conversar, sin restricciones, con absoluta libertad." R.D.
    Dirección y fotografía: Raymond Depardon.
    Miércoles 12 de julio, 20 h.

    Casa Coraggio. Sofía viaja de La Plata a Los Toldos, su pueblo natal. Durante su estadía ayudará a su padre enfermo en los trabajos fúnebres que realiza Casa Coraggio, la empresa familiar.
    Dirección: Baltazar Tokman.
    Viernes 7, 14, 21 y 28 de julio, 21 h.

    Implantación. Lugano I y II hoy es un lugar repleto de señales y recorridos que sus ideólogos dejaron programados para siempre.
    Dirección: Lucía Salas, Sol Bolloqui y Fermín Acosta.
    Sábado 1, 8, 15, 22 y 29 julio, 20 h.

    Shalom BombonSofía, una joven fotógrafa argentina, es invitada a pasar diez días en Israel con un grupo de treinta jóvenes durante el conflicto en Gaza.
    Dirección y guión: Sofía Ungar.
    Domingos 2, 9 ,16, 23, 30 de julio, 19 h.

    Los Globos. Luego de pasar dos años de rehabilitación, César trabaja en una pequeña fábrica de globos en los suburbios de Buenos Aires.
    Dirección y guión: Mariano González.
    Viernes 4, 11, 18 y 25 de agosto, 21 h.

    Vuelo Nocturno. Una serie de audios que Antoine de Saint-Exupéry le envió al cineasta Jean Renoir durante 1941, son el punto de partida para reconstruir una relación amorosa.
    Dirección y guión: Nicolás Herzog
    Domingos 6, 13, 20 y 27 de agosto, 19 h.

    Chacabuco. Claudia es una adolescente que tiene que convivir durante un verano con su padre, después de estar separados quince años.
    Dirección y guión: Florencia Tolchinsky y Lucía Roño.
    Sábado 5, 12, 19 y 26 de agosto, 20 h.

    Entradas $50. Compra on line en centroculturalrecoleta.org o en boletería / 2x1 para menores de 30 años solo en boletería.

    ARTES VISUALES
    Un momento tan Dulce & Francia, del fotógrafo y cineasta francés Raymond Depardon.
    Curaduría: Hervé Chandès.
    Hasta el 20 de agosto.
    Salas Cronopios, J y C.

    Imágenes Expandidas 
    La obra fotográfica de Esteban Pastorino interpela y experimenta las diversas posibilidades de elaboración de espacio y tiempo, visualidades y figuras. Cada una de las instancias visuales exploradas se apoya en principios técnicos y ópticos que expanden los límites del arte.
    Artista: Esteban Pastorino.
    Curaduría: Julio Fuks.
    Inaugura: 11 de Julio.
    Hasta el 10 de septiembre.
    Salas 3, 4 y 5.

    Lxs Pierri 
    Lxs Pierri propone navegar la historia de la pintura de casi un siglo tomando como columna vertebral la obra de tres artistas: Orlando (1913-1991), Duilio (1954-) y Tiziana (1984). Abuelo, padre e hija. A partir de un caso extremadamente particular se invitará al espectador a un panorama de las producciones pictóricas del pasado cercano.
    Artistas: Orlando Pierri, Duilio Pierri y Tiziana Pierri.
    Curadora: Laura Ojeda Bär.
    Inaugura: 11 de Julio.
    Hasta el 1 de octubre.
    Sala 7.

    Autómatas 
    La exhibición propone una re-actualización de los antiguos Autómatas, convirtiéndolos ahora en artistas programados para rellenar aplicaciones a becas y concursos. Buscando reflexionar sobre las consecuencias de la profesionalización del arte.
    Artistas: Martín Farnholc Halley y Tobías Dirty. Colectivo Urgente.
    Inaugura: 11 de Julio.
    Hasta el 1 de octubre.
    Sala 8.

    MÚSICA
    Pachamama cósmica. Un encuentro en el que la música de raíz y sus fusiones se vinculan con distintas expresiones artísticas. Un ritual donde el ritmo, el dibujo, la danza y el arte contemporáneo se funden en una ceremonia celebratoria. En julio se presenta Bruno Arias y en agosto, llega la alquimia ancestral y futurista de Barbarita Palacios. 19 h, Patio del Aljibe. Entrada libre y gratuita.

    Jueves 27 de julio: Bruno Arias + invitados
    Jueves 31 de agosto: Barbarita Palacios + Lagartijeando (Dj), Metabombo (Performance) + Puesta Visual: Matapixels.

    Radar Música. Todos los miércoles, las nuevas bandas se reúnen con figuras de la música independiente en la Capilla del Recoleta. Entrada libre y gratuita. Las entradas se retiran desde las 18 h, hasta llenar la capacidad de la sala.

    Miércoles 5 de julio: Candelaria Zamar + Tani + Trostrigo
    Miércoles 12 de julio: Cactus de Rosa + Oesterheld + Lumens
    Miércoles 19 de julio: Marina Fages y Chicas de humo + Las trampas + La venganza de cheetara
    Miércoles 26 de julio: 107 faunos + Joint Ravolta + Ella nada todos los estilos
    Miércoles 2 de agosto: Pablo Grinjot + La Parsifónica
    Miércoles 9 de agosto: Ó + Clara Cantore + Nativos Mutantes
    Miércoles 16 de agosto: Los Andes + Mermelada de Morcilla + Manu Hattom y la joven pandilla del Oeste
    Miércoles 23 de agosto: Agathe Cipres + Natalia Ponso + Lupe Sendra
    Miércoles 30 de agosto: Lucas Martí + Galean + Yois (Especial Patio del Aljibe)

    Cultura Hip hop. Todos los sábados a la tarde, la Cultura Hip Hop reside en el Recoleta. Música, arte urbano, rima y baile en este espacio de encuentro, entrenamiento, formación y exhibición para los jóvenes cultores de la doble H y los 4 elementos que la conforman: rap (poesía), turntablism (DJs), breakdancing (baile) y graffiti (pintura). Jóvenes artistas comparten conocimientos, escenario, pista de baile, bandejas y murales de la mano de la crew residente Fuera de Límite Clan. Patio del Aljibe y sala 6. Entrada libre y gratuita. Talleres + Conocimiento + Exhibición + Entrenamiento libre de las danzas sociales.

    LITERATURA
    Bondis. Tres ciudades. Un colectivo. Escritores de Rosario, Santa Fe y Buenos Aires producen juntos y se suben a este viaje. Bondis es un ciclo de lectura colectiva y visuales que nos transporta a un recorrido literario de la inter-urbanidad. Jueves 13 de Julio, 18.30 hSala B (Primer piso). Gratis.

    Visuales: Maite Brunswig, Clarisa Balocco, Betania Balocco.
    Textos y lecturas: Yamila Yabale, Ma. Victoria Rittiner Basaez, Rafael Sevilla, Sofía Storani, Pilar Cabré, Debora Hadges, Gianluca Zonzini, Martina Leunda, Ciro Korol.

    Este es nuestro fuego. Una nueva experiencia de Cerca de ti, el ciclo que reúne artistas performáticos de distintas disciplinas. Por una noche, poetas, bailarines y dibujantes se mezclan entre el público para recitar, bailar y dibujar sin un escenario. Viernes 4 de agosto, 18.30 h, Dirección: Francisco López Rivarola. Gratis.

    PROYECTOS EN COLABORACIÓN
    Ciclo de cortos / cinecorto.org
    Plataforma de cortos latinoamericanos abierta, gratuita y colaborativa. Reúne y cataloga desde estrenos a cortos vintage, promoviendo su exhibición en espacios culturales y educativos, y otorgando premios a sus realizadores. Además, brinda información sobre festivales, recursos, formación y noticias, conectando a personas e instituciones interesadas en el corto latinoamericano, e invitándolos a compartir sus proyectos y experiencias. Sus contenidos se pueden disfrutar online en cualquier lugar del mundo. Martes 4, 11, 18,19 h. y el martes 25 de julio, 15.30 h. Gratis. Retiro de entrada una hora antes por boletería

    DRAP ART – Primer festival internacional de reciclaje artístico de Buenos Aires
    El Primer Encuentro Drap Art de Buenos Aires reúne artistas nacionales e internacionales que encuentran en los residuos urbanos la materia prima para desarrollar su arte. A través de una exposición colectiva (Drap Art -  Nada desaparece, todo se transforma) y talleres participativos, Drap Art nos invita a la reflexión y a consumir de forma más responsable internalizando las tres “R” reducir, reutilizar reciclar. Utiliza el reciclaje creativo como una herramienta para apoyar la transformación en la sociedad, generando hábitos de consumo más responsables, además del respeto por el medio ambiente y las personas que viven en él. Del 14 al 20 de julio. Muestra: Sala 6.

    ¡MÁS!
    Clave 13/17, un espacio pensado por y para chicxs de 13 a 17 años:
    En octubre llega a la ciudad Clave 13/17 – El festival, la primera fiesta cultural ideada y realizada por chicxs. Del 23 de julio al 13 de agosto los chicxs podrán inscribirse en las convocatorias abiertas y formar parte del festival. Como anticipo al festival, los domingos 23 y 30 de julio, de 17 a 20 h, y el domingo 6 de agosto, de 15 a 19, habrá actividades, libres y gratuitas, pensadas especialmente para los chixs: música, debates, juegos, charlas, y mucho más.

    Talleres. Apertura de inscripción 4/7 - Inicio 8 de agosto:
    Actividades originales diseñadas por creadores y artistas que inspiran la creatividad, el vínculo con las artes y la experimentación. Los Talleres para adolescentes son gratuitos. También hay becas para mayores de 18 años.

    Museo participativo de ciencias:
    Juegos sin restricciones. Un espacio único en Buenos Aires para que los chicos se expresen en libertad y puedan aprender a través del juego.

    ESPACIOS DE ENCUENTRO
    Espacio de lectura. Una sala y un patio diseñados para leer, estudiar, escribir, compartir lecturas y actividades alrededor de la pasión por la literatura. Cada estación se invita a escritores y lectores a recomendar libros que van construyendo el catálogo del Recoleta.

    Espacio de dibujo. Un ambiente creado para desatar el placer de dibujar. Mesas modulares, paredes convertidas en lienzos y ventanales gigantes en un estudio abierto. Clases magistrales, encuentros con ilustradores, tienen cita cada mes.

    Entrar en juego. Ambientada con la estética pictórica de Inés Raiteri, la artista retoma la abstracción geométrica de la arquitectura circundante, donde la sala presenta un diseño específico para comunicarse con distintas instancias de juego. Hamacas sonoras, juegos de mesa, laberintos de hilos que transportan a un universo de juego y fantasía.

    Más la terraza del Recoleta, Patios, Pasaje del Tilo, Bar y Foodtruck Logia.
    Horarios del Recoleta: martes a viernes, de 13.30 h a 22 h. Sábados, domingos y feriados de 11.30 h a 22 h. Lunes cerrado.
    Sobre el Recoleta:
    Grandes muestras, ciclos, fiestas culturales, clases maestras, laboratorios experimentales, talleres masivos, residencias creativas, convocatorias para la creación, líneas de formación para adolescentes, retrospectivas, experiencias abiertas, happenings literarios, performances colectivas y recitales del indie actual, intervenciones visuales en los patios del centro son algunas de las acciones que buscan transformar al Recoleta en un territorio cultural multidisciplinario.

              Geographic Composition #8: Circles   
    Welcome to week eight of Geographic Composition! Each week a number of my fellow photobloggers and I will submit an image based on a common theme from our scattered locations around the world. Even though the theme is the same, our own vision and view of the world when coupled with the geographic and cultural environment in which we live will shape the images we create and offer a varied interpretation on the topic of the week.

    For this week, our theme is "circles." For one photographer it was about spead monitoring cameras. For another it was about a country's staple food. Two photographers looked towards nature for inspiration. One found circles at an amusement park and another in the momentary experience of a firework blast. And for another, it was about how a special circle formed something totally different when illuminated.

    Please take a moment to view the participants' blogs and also, if you have any suggestions for future themes, please leave a comment below.

    Thanks, and Enjoy!

    "Circle of Strife"
    Mike Holley - Worcestershire, England
    "Tortillas"
    Jon Erikson - San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
    "Orb"
    Jenny Arnez - Rancho Cardova, CA
    "Cropped Circles"
    Andrew Smith - Hanover, PA
    "Gone In Six Seconds"
    Erik Persson - Seattle, WA
    "Dogwood"
    Amy Archer - Sweden
    "Heart In A Wedding Ring"
    Jason D. Moore - North Syracuse, NY

              P&P Blogger Profile: Terry White   
    Terry White of Terry White's Tech Blog

    Terry White - Director, North America Creative Pro Core Business for Adobe Systems, Inc.
Terry has been with Adobe for over a decade and has extensive knowledge of Adobe’s Creative Professional product line.
In his current position, he leads a team of Solution Engineers and Product Specialists that focus on Professional Publishing and Web Authoring.
Terry is an Adobe Certified Expert and Creative Suite Master.
He has been active in the industry for over 20 years and is the founder and president of MacGroup-Detroit – Michigan’s largest Macintosh users group and is a columnist for Layers Magazine and X-Ology Magazine. Terry is the host of the top ranked Adobe Creative Suite Video Podcast.
He is also the author of Secrets of the Adobe Bridge and co-author of The iPhone Book and InDesign CS/CS2 Killer Tips. Terry is a key presenter at major industry shows around the world.


    Why do you blog?
    I enjoy sharing my ideas and reviews with others.


    If you only had time to read three blogs a day, which ones would they be?
    Photoshop Insider
    Engadget
    Macsimumnews

    How long have you been using Photoshop/been a photographer?
    Photoshop since version 2.5
    Serious photographer since 2004


    What type of camera(s) do you shoot with?
    Nikon D80

    Mac or PC?
    Mac

    What is your favorite piece of photo or computer equipment (other than your camera)?
    Spiderlite TD5

    What piece of equipment would you most like to get but don’t have?
    Nikon Zoom Telephoto AF VR Zoom Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8D G-AFS ED-IF Autofocus Lens (Vibration Reduction) - Black

    What advice do you have for a novice creative professional/photographer?
    Less is more!

    What inspires you to create?
    Seeing something out there and thinking to myself, “I could do that and maybe even better.”

    What would be your most important piece of advice about life?
    Be of your word.

    Where would you most like to live (other than where you live now)?
    Somewhere warm year round, perhaps Hawaii

    What do you like to do in your spare time?
    Swim, write

    What talent would you most like to have?
    Singing

    From Inside the Actors Studio:
    What is your favorite word? Success
    What is your least favorite word? Failure
    What turns you on? Intelligent people
    What turns you off? Racism
    What sound or noise do you love? Silence
    What sound or noise do you hate? Crickets
    What is your favorite curse word? F@*k
    What occupation other than your own would you like to attempt? Comedian
    What occupation would you not want to participate in? Fast Food
    If Heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say when you arrive at the pearly gates? Glad you’re here.

    *Note: If you there is someone you would like to see as a part of the P&P Blogger Profile series, please email Jason with their blog's URL. Also, be sure to check out the P&P Weekly every Monday for news about this site and a roundup of what other Photoshop & Photography Blogroll members are posting.


              Letter to the editor regarding "GRAS from the ground up: Review of the Interim Pilot Program for GRAS notification" by.   

    Letter to the editor regarding "GRAS from the ground up: Review of the Interim Pilot Program for GRAS notification" by.

    Food Chem Toxicol. 2017 Jun 26;:

    Authors: Sewalt V, LaMarta J, Shanahan D, Gregg L, Carrillo R

    Abstract
    Present letter is aimed at clarifying some critical points highlighted by Hanlon et al. regarding the common knowledge element of the safety of food enzymes in support of their GRAS designation. Particularly, we outline the development of peer-reviewed, generally recognized safety evaluation methodology for microbial enzymes and its adoption by the enzyme industry, which provides the US FDA with a review framework for enzyme GRAS Notices. This approach may serve as a model to other food ingredient categories for a scientifically sound, rigorous, and transparent application of the GRAS concept.

    PMID: 28663033 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]


              A 90-day oral toxicity study of glycolipids from Dacryopinax spathularia in CD(®) rats.   

    A 90-day oral toxicity study of glycolipids from Dacryopinax spathularia in CD(®) rats.

    Food Chem Toxicol. 2017 Jun 26;:

    Authors: Bitzer J, Henkel T, Nikiforov AI, Rihner MO, Leuschner J

    Abstract
    The subchronic toxicity of jelly mushroom glycolipids from Dacryopinax spathularia (herein referred to as "AM-1") was studied in Crl:CD(SD) rats. The test item was administered via the drinking water at concentrations of 1.5, 5.0 or 15 mg/mL for 90 days with an additional 4-week recovery period. No test article-related deaths, clinical observations or neurological effects were noted. Decreased drinking water consumption for mid- and high-dose groups was attributable to the reduced palatability of drinking water containing higher test article concentrations. Mean body weights of high-dose males were slightly reduced beginning study week 1 due to decreased food and drinking water intake, but were not statistically significant by week 7. No test article-related adverse effects were noted for hematological or clinical chemistry, or urinalysis parameters. Statistically significant changes in select parameters were within historical control data ranges, lacked histopathological correlates, and did not occur in a consistent pattern that would suggest biological significance. Microscopic examination did not reveal any test article-related morphological changes. The no-observed-adverse-effect level (NOAEL) was considered to be 15 mg/mL (1201 and 1423 mg AM-1/kg bw/day for male and female rats, respectively). These results support the safety assessment of jelly mushroom glycolipids for potential use in food.

    PMID: 28663032 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]


              Superfood Record Store Day 2014 At Sound It Out In Stockton   
    Last Record Store Day I shot Superfood ( who have since released their debut album ” Don’t Say That”) at  Sound It Out Records in Stockton. One of the pictures from then has been published in the super impressive Rock Atlas book. This year I am hoping to get The Replacements – Alex Chilton vinyl…Read more Superfood Record Store Day 2014 At Sound It Out In Stockton
              Quality events for this weekend   

    Friday June 30 Troy Night Out: Arts, music, food, drinks and more around Troy. Troy Night Out at The Arts Center: With Fence Salon and Albany Improv. TGIF Yoga at Heartspace: Community class, In both Albany and Troy. Patio Preview Party at Albany Distilling: Breaking in the new digs. Red, White & Brew Festival at

    The post Quality events for this weekend appeared first on Keep Albany Boring.


              OVFD Auxiliary Offers Mohegan Sun Bus Trip   
    The Orange Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary offers a Bus Trip to Mohegan Sun on Saturday, July 8.  Cost is $40 per person — the beautiful part is that the package includes $25 in perks: $10 game voucher and $15 food voucher. Bus leaves the parking lot at High Plains Community Center, 525 Orange Center Road, at 4 p.m. Leaves [Read The Full Story]
              The 18 most expensive cities in the world to eat dinner out at a restaurant   

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    Making a habit of eating out at restaurants is quick way to bust your budget. Cooking at home is almost always going to be cheaper

    That's especially true in major, cosmopolitan cities like Tokyo, Oslo, and Zurich, where dinner for two at a regular neighborhood restaurant — not even a fancy establishment — will run you over $60. In 15 other cities around the world it will cost at least $40. 

    That's according to a recent report by Deutsche Bank, which analyzes the cost of living and compares prices among the largest cities around the world. 

    The report sources prices from Expatistan, a site that tracks cost-of-living expenses in over 200 countries, for a "basic dinner at a neighborhood pub for two" in nearly 50 cities. 

    Here are the 18 most expensive cities in the world for eating dinner out at a restaurant. 

    All prices are in US dollars.

    SEE ALSO: The 16 most expensive cities in the world for commuting to work

    DON'T MISS: The 24 most expensive cities in the world to grab a beer at the local bar

    18. Singapore — $40.20



    17. Helsinki, Finland — $40.70



    16. Toronto, Canada — $40.90



    See the rest of the story at Business Insider

              Assistant Manager .. London .. Small Funky Restaurant Group   
    Assistant Manager - Fresh Food Concept - London We are pleased to be working with an established really cool small Restaurant group who is looking for a dedicated and passionate Assistant Managers to join their growing team. The company have some of the strongest operators currently w ...
              General Manager London, Premium Very Cool Concept   
    General Manager London, Very Cool Premium Concept, Rapidly Expanding small Restaurant Group, Immediate Start, £32,000-£35,000 + £15,000 Bonus We are currently working with on the coolest restaurant groups in London and are looking for a General Manager that want to work with fresh food in an amazing atmosphere ...
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    Assistant General Manager Guildford, Very Cool Premium Restaurants, Rapidly Expanding, Immediate Start, £26,000-£30000 + £4,000 Bonus We are currently working with on the coolest restaurant groups in London and are looking for Assistant Geneal Managers that want to work with fresh food in an amazing atmosphere ...
              General Manger - City - New Healthy Food Concept   
    General Manger - City - New Healthy Food Concept An Opportunity to become a General Manager in an exciting new quick service concept opening in the City has arose. This concept specialising in Healthy Food is going to take the London by Storm, offering amazing fresh Healthy food in a quick servi ...
              Free Samples of Superfood   
    This one includes free samples and a recipe book. Get two free samples of Superfood. You will get Green Superfood The Original and Protein Superfood Chocolate Peanut Butter. Fill out this form with your information for your samples and book. Allow 10-15 business days to receive your free samples.
              Nowruz: Persian New Year's Table Celebrates Spring Deliciously   
    A version of this story first ran in March 2014. The first day of spring is cause for a celebration, especially after the winter many of us have been having. But it's hard to top the 13-day festivities of the Persian New Year, Nowruz. Nowruz, or "new day" in Persian, is an ancient festival that marks the beginning of spring and celebrates the rebirth of nature. And naturally, it has a lot to do with fresh, green foods just beginning to poke out of the ground that remind us winter is not, in fact, eternal. Nowruz begins at the stroke of the vernal equinox, when the sun crosses the equator. This year it came early in the morning of March 20. When the equinox comes, millions of families of Iranian descent gather around a ceremonial table known as the haftseen . (Think colorful, elaborate Day Of The Dead -type altars meet a mashup of Easter and Passover traditions.) Young and old hold hands and count down to the New Year together and cheer Eide Shoma Mobarak, or Happy New Year! The
              How To Make A Chinese New Year-Worthy Potsticker   
    Even though he estimates he's made hundreds of thousands of them, Scott Drewno says pork potstickers never get old. In fact, they are the food the executive chef of The Source by Wolfgang Puck, a fine dining Asian fusion restaurant in Washington, D.C., says he would take to a desert island. "They're everything you want in a dish — salty, savory, filling," says Drewno, as he lovingly holds up one of three bowls of ground pork he planned to season and stuff into dumplings before our eyes. The humble dumpling was traditionally prepared by families in northern China, sitting around tables late into the night before the start of the Chinese New Year. And while the Year of the Snake began last weekend, Chinese new year's celebrations traditionally last two weeks. So there's still time if you want to mark the occasion by trying your hand at dumplings this weekend. Drewno recently led a willing group of patrons through the sticky and twisty ways of folding dumplings at a class in honor of the
              Whole Foods Founder John Mackey On Fascism and 'Conscious Capitalism'   
    UPDATE at 12:35 p.m., ET, Jan. 17: Many of you wrote in to tell us you were taken aback by Whole Foods top executive John Mackey characterizing the health law as fascism in an NPR interview, and apparently, he's feeling a little sheepish. About three minutes into his otherwise amiable chat with CBS This Morning hosts on on Thursday, Mackey walked back his comments in response to a direct question from Norah O'Donnell: "Well, I think that was a bad choice of words on my part ... that word has an association with of course dictatorships in the 20th century like Germany and Spain, and Italy. What I know is that we no longer have free enterprise capitalism in health care, it's not a system any longer where people are able to innovate, it's not based on voluntary exchange. The government is directing it. So we need a new word for it. I don't know what they right word is," Mackey says. Part 1 of his interview with Morning Edition's Steve Inskeep is linked above, and you can hear him discuss
              Comfort And Joy: Making The 'Morning Edition' Julia Child Thanksgiving   
    Like many of us who consider ourselves food adventurers most of the year, when it comes to Thanksgiving, we just want the turkey and mashed potatoes we grew up with. Well, OK, maybe just a teensy bit better than what we grew up with, but along the same lines. For inspiration, the Morning Edition Thanksgiving crew turned to the cookbooks written by the first woman who showed Americans that comfort food could be fresh, special and loaded with real butter — Julia Child. She would have turned 100 years old this year, but it was on her very first show, The French Chef , that she proved there is nothing to fear in the kitchen. And when you're staring down a giant turkey, let's face it, it can be a little scary. Hearing her cheery voice intone, "In fact, it's very easy to roast a turkey!" might give you just the boost of confidence you need. "Julia was never intimidated, and I think her success was based upon making people comfortable with cooking because they were comfortable with her,"
              Food Waste Is Overwhelming. Here Are Five Things People Are Doing About It   
    The food world is buzzing today about the latest news on just how often we waste perfectly good food. And we admit, the statistics are pretty depressing. About 40 percent of food in the United States today goes uneaten. The average American consumer wastes 10 times as much food as someone in Southeast Asia — up 50 percent from Americans in the 1970s. Yet, 1 in 6 Americans doesn't have enough to eat, says the U.S. Department of Agriculture. And food waste costs us about $165 billion a year and sucks up 25 percent of our freshwater supply. That's all according to the report with the not-so-subtle title, "Wasted: How America Is Losing Up to 40 Percent of Its Food from Farm to Fork to Landfill," just released by the Natural Resources Defense Council. As we've reported, there are all kinds of offenders in this game, from restaurants to regular consumers and our refrigerators . But we thought we'd bring you some info on what some folks are doing to combat the waste and reroute the food where
              Discarded Food Cans Turn Into Canvas For British Street Artist   
    Those eyes grab you first. Only after a couple of beats do you realize you're looking at the painted bottom of a flattened metal can left on the street, and not some mysterious fairy. These can art people come from the imagination of a British artist known as My Dog Sighs , who has left a piece of art on the street for someone to find every Friday for the last 10 years. Above, check out a small sampling of some of his work. Below, he talks with The Salt about where he gets those cans and his funny name. Why did you start painting faces on cans, as opposed to canvas or wood? I make art to go on the street as part of my Free Art Friday project. I cannot afford to put canvas out, so I was always looking for free materials. I do not want to be seen as leaving litter, so I began using litter that was already there. I collected it, painted it, and put it back more beautiful. One day, I found a can on the floor, and it just worked with a sketch I had been developing. (Click on the video A Can
              Systems Analyst (Teradata Database Developer) - McCain Foods (Canada) - Florenceville, NB   
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              Hot & Cheesy Shrimp Dip   



    Hot & Cheesy Shrimp Dip Served in Artisan Bread Bowl




    1 large or 2 small round(s) of artisan bread (as pictured), cut out top and center and set aside
    8 ounces cream cheese, softened
    1/2 cup Hot Wing Sauce
    1/2 cup Italian mix shredded cheese (mozzarella, provolone, Parmesan and Romano cheeses)
    1/4 cup ranch dressing
    1/4 cup plain Greek yogurt or sour cream
    1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
    1 scant teaspoon chili powder
    10 drops Louisiana hot sauce or 1/2 teaspoon Chipotle in Adobo sauce
    1/4 teaspoon Kosher salt
    1 24-ounce bag medium-size frozen cooked shrimp
    1/3 cup Italian mix shredded cheese for garnish, if desired
    1/4 cup green onions with tops, chopped for garnish, if desired
    Additional soft bread for serving
    or Tostito "Scoop" Chips

    Thaw and rinse shrimp. Allow shrimp to drain in a colander; remove shells and snip off tails. Spread shrimp onto layered paper towels (about 3 or 4 thicknesses). Roll shrimp up in the paper towels (as for a jelly roll) and gently press out excess moisture; repeat if necessary. Place shrimp on a cutting board (a food processor is not recommended) and chop to desired size (I like to leave the shrimp big enough that it's identifiable). Set shrimp aside.

    Place cream cheese in large microwave-safe bowl; stir until smooth. Mix Hot Wing sauce, shredded cheese mix, ranch dressing, yogurt, garlic powder, chili powder, Louisiana hot sauce, and salt with cream cheese; stir to blend. Microwave on High for 2 minutes; stir again. Cover and microwave for another 1 minute. Dip will be bubbling when it's ready to serve.

    Pour Hot & Cheesy Shrimp Dip into hollowed out bread bowl. Top with additional shredded cheese and green onions for garnish (green onions on top of this dish are mainly for color). Serve from the bread bowl with large soft bread pieces, or serve dip from a heat-proof bowl with Tostito "Scoop" Chips or fresh vegetables (as shown). Yield: 4 cups dip

    Note: Canned or diced cooked chicken or shredded beef
    can be used in place of the shrimp.
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    The worst gift is a fruitcake. There is only one fruitcake in the entire world, and people keep sending it to each other. ~Johnny Carson

    This quote is a bit cynical but it clearly expresses my experience with mailing packages this year. CB
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    Happy Holidays!
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              Harvest Party Pumpkin Cookies   
    Freshly baked pumpkin and apple cookies are a sweet reminder

    of fall. This is a soft, mouthwatering cookie that's high in fiber

    and flavor. Guaranteed you can't eat just one.



    Cookie

    1 box yellow cake mix (use dry from the box)

    1/2 cup instant oatmeal

    1 (15-ounce) can pumpkin pie filling

    1 cup diced dried apples or currants

    1 egg

    1 teaspoon ground allspice

    1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

    2 tablespoon cooking oil

    Preheat oven to 350°F. Mix together cake mix, oatmeal, allspice and cinnamon. Add apples, egg and cooking oil.

    Drop by teaspoons full onto greased or parchment-lined cookie sheet. Bake for 12-18 minutes or until edges are lightly brown.

    Glaze

    3 cups powdered sugar

    4 tablespoons orange juice

    1 teaspoon orange peel, grated

    Orange food coloring, optional

    Mix sugar, orange juice and orange peel together to blend. Color glaze with orange food coloring, if desired. Drizzle cookies with glaze while they're still warm. Allow glaze to set up; store cookies in one layer (do not stack) and keep in a cool place. Yield: 36 cookies

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              Salute! Beer & Sauerbraten   

    “We’ll be back in 2 hours - just in time for that sauerbraten dinner you promised us!” Dad said as his long legs carried him swiftly across the front yard toward his pick-up truck. His friend Pat was waiting in the truck leisurely puffing on his pipe. They were going on an afternoon adventure to scope out a piece of “ground” as they did so often when Dad was preparing to build another house.

    “That’s perfect timing! While you’re gone, Mom and I are going to do some prep work for Cheryl’s baby shower, and bottle a batch of Christmas beer,” I shouted to Dad from my back porch as he closed the truck door behind him and waved a hasty goodbye.

    When I went back into the house I could see that Mom had finished washing the old brown 1-quart beer bottles. We arranged the empties on the floor in a half-circle in front of the weathered 10-gallon crock, which Pat and Dad had hoisted onto a chair for us so it would be easier to siphon every crystal clear drop from the crock into the bottles.

    “You know, for two people who don’t drink beer, we certainly spend a lot of time bottling it!” Mom smiled. She was ribbing me and I knew that she also enjoyed the challenge of making home brew, because much like wine, the finished product turned out different every year.

    “It’s worth all the fuss to see my beer-loving friends’ faces light up at Christmas when I hand them a bottle of pure golden, bubbly brew, made right here in my own dining room!” I replied peering down into the crock. We listened for the beer’s familiar “hiss, sizzle, gurgle,” that we had heard earlier in the week, it was quiet and still, a temporary flatness, which indicated it was ready to bottle.

    We each grabbed a siphoning tube and pulled up a chair. We dipped one end of the tube into the crock, sucked on the other end of the tube to start the brew flowing through the tube and began siphoning fresh green beer into our 72 bottles.

    We no sooner got started when the phone rang. I removed my siphon hose from the crock and laid it aside to answer the phone. Throughout the afternoon we had numerous calls, which meant we had to start a new tap with each interruption.

    The phone rang again just as we were filling the last few bottles. “Eello! Oh hi, Cheryl. I’m so glat you called. Ows our expectant Mommy do’in?” I said into the phone.

    Mom tapped me on the shoulder and whispered, “remind her that we need a final guest lissht.”

    “Do ya think we should start cap’in some of these baattles?” Mom asked, pulling the bottle capper to the edge of the dining room table and through several pools of spilled beer, which had dribbled down the table leg and had splashed onto the floor.

    “That’s a gooot idea, Mom, the crock is emtee.”

    I glanced out the dining room window, “Oh my gaawsh! Pad and Dat are comm’n up the driveway! Is it dinnertime all ratty?”

    Mom started tittering and pointed an inebriated finger at me, “I think yur tiptssy!”

    We looked at each other with a wavering glance, and realized that we were both feeling the effects of the beer. Suddenly everything was funny! We couldn’t stop giggling, our faces quickly covered with tears of laughter.

    Much to Dad and Pat’s surprise, they found Mom and me surrounded by a sea of beer bottles, reeking of brewski and three sheets to the wind.

    “Hey, Pat, get a load of these two teetotalers - they’ve got a snoot full!” Dad cried out above the clamor, and then both men burst into laughter.

    Dad and Pat were good sports about our unintentional toot. With the help of our slurred instructions, the men boiled some red potatoes and put the finishing touches on the sauerbraten, and all was well with the world.

    Oktoberfest Sauerbraten

    1 large arm cut chuck roast

    2 medium onions, sliced

    1 lemon, sliced

    1 ½ cups red wine vinegar

    2 ½ cup water

    12 whole cloves

    6 bay leaves

    12 whole black peppercorns

    1 tablespoon salt

    1 tablespoon granulated sugar

    ¼ teaspoon ground ginger

    2-4 tablespoons cooking oil

    1 pint sour cream

    Place roast in a large glass or plastic marinating container. Prepare marinade in a large bowl (a mixing bowl with a pour spout works good) by combining onions, lemon, vinegar, water, cloves, bay leaves, peppercorns, salt, sugar and ginger; stir well. Pour marinade over roast and cover. Marinate roast in refrigerator for 3-4 days, turning at least twice daily.

    Set oven at 300°. Remove roast from marinade, reserving all remaining marinade except for the lemons, which should be discarded. Using paper towels, dry the roast thoroughly and set aside.

    Pour cooking oil into a large heated skillet and brown roast on both sides. Place roast in a large baking pan or roaster, that’s been treated with cooking spray, pour marinade over roast; cover.

    Bake for 3 hours, or until tender. Move roast to a serving platter, and keep it warm in the oven while sauce is being prepared. Remove and discard bay leaves, cloves and peppercorns from pan juices. Pour juice into a saucepan, bring it to a boil, and remove from the heat; stir in sour cream. Boiled red potatoes and slow-cooked green beans or steamed green cabbage make an excellent accompaniment for sauerbraten. Yield: 6 to 8 servings

    Note: I'd suggest making Sauerbraten in the crock pot and serving it simply with egg noodles and steamed carrots or green beans when making it in August to celebrate National Beer Day. It's traditionally an October-fest meal, or a German Pot Roast made more during the cooler months. But who can resist washing down delicious savory sauerbraten with a cold, frosty beer? Certainly NOT Mom and me!

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    For anyone who's interested, I have a family recipe for making old fashioned home brew. Send your request to: info@porkchopsandapplesauce.net

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              Couscous Chickpea (or Black Bean) Salad   

    1 1/2 cups couscous, cooked
    2 cans
    chickpeas or black beans, rinsed and drained (using one of each creates added color, texture and flavor)

    1/4
    to 1/2 cup parsley or cilantro, chopped

    3
    green onions or 1/2 cup purple onion, finely diced

    1 cup
    grape tomatoes, cut into halves
    1/2 cup celery, diced
    1/4 cup seedless Greek or pimento stuffed green olives, chopped (optional)
    2 cloves garlic, finely minced
    1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lemon or lime juice
    2 tablespoon
    olive oil

    Salt & pepper to taste

    Prepare the couscous; fluff after it has set for 5 minutes and then allow it to cool completely. Place the cooled couscous in a medium bowl; add chickpeas, parsley, onions, grape tomatoes, celery and olives; toss thoroughly. Combine garlic, lemon juice and olive oil; drizzle over salad and toss thoroughly. Season to taste with salt and pepper.

    This can be eaten immediately or it will keep in the refrigerator for several days. Yield: 6 servings

    Note: Chicken, ham or pork can be added to transform this side salad into a main dish salad, in which case it will yield 4 servings.

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              Onion Mushroom Beef Steak   

    Caramelized onions, green beans and carrots simmering all day in savory mushroom gravy with hefty slabs of seared steak, it's a hubby approved comfort food dinner that is truly lip-smacking good.


    Slow Cooked Onion Mushroom Beef Steak
    2-3 pounds boneless round or chuck steak, cut 1/2" to 3/4" thick
    2 to 3 tablespoons cooking oil
    2 large Spanish or white onions, sliced and divided
    3 cups mushrooms, cleaned and thick sliced
    2 cups baby carrots, whole
    1 pound green beans, cleaned, whole
    1-10 or 12 ounce jar beef gravy
    1 mushroom gravy packet, dry
    Mashed potatoes, rice or spaghetti (optional)

    Trim visible fat from steak. Cut steak into 8 serving pieces. Sear meat on both sides in hot oil using a large skillet. Discard excess fat and save the brown drippings in the bottom of pan; set aside.

    Combine prepared beef gravy and dry mushroom gravy packet in a medium bowl. Put half the onions in the bottom of crock pot; add mushrooms. Place seared steak pieces and brown pan drippings over mushrooms; pour half the gravy mixture over steak. Add remaining onions and green beans. End by pouring last half of gravy mixture over green beans.

    Cover; cook on low heat for 8-9 hours or 4-5 hours on high heat. Serve over hot mashed potatoes, rice, egg noodles or spaghetti, if desired. Yield: 8 servings

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    We should look for someone to eat and drink with before looking for something to eat and drink... ~Epicurus
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              Susan's Sensational Fudge Pie   

    A while back I ran across an old “food for thought” verse that was circulating the internet back in 2001. It seemed apropos at the time so I used it in my Carlsbad Current-Argus cooking column. In reviewing this delightful verse, yet again, I thought its message was well-worth repeating in 2011. I guess there are some things that never change, as well they shouldn't. Happy New Year!

    I Want What She's Having

    I have a new delightful friend; I am most in awe of her. When we first met I was impressed, by her bizarre behavior.


    That day I had a date with friends, we met to have some lunch. Mae had come along with them, all in all a pleasant bunch.

    When the menus were presented, we ordered salads, sandwiches, and soups. Except for Mae who circumvented, and said, ice cream please, two scoops.

    I was not sure my ears heard right, and the others were aghast. Along with heated apple pie, Mae added, completely unabashed.

    I could not take my eyes off Mae, as her pie a-la-mode went down. The other ladies showed dismay; they ate their lunches silently, and frowned.

    Well, the next time I went out to eat, I called and invited Mae. My lunch contained white tuna meat; she ordered a parfait.

    How come you order rich desserts, when I feel I must be sensible? She laughed and said, with wanton mirth, I taste all that's possible.


    This year I realized how old I was, she grinned, I've not been this old before. So, before I die, I've got to try those things for years I had ignored.

    I've not smelled all the flowers yet; there are too many books I have not read. There's more fudge sundaes to wolf down, and kites to be flown overhead.

    I want to wade again in water, and feel ocean spray upon my face. Sit in a country church once more and thank God for His grace.

    I want peanut butter every day, spread on my morning toast. I want un-timed long-distance calls; to the folks I love the most.

    I've not cried at all the movies yet, nor walked in the morning rain. I need to feel wind in my hair; I want to fall in love again.

    So, if I choose to have dessert, instead of having dinner. Then should I die before nightfall, I'd say I died a winner.

    Because I missed out on nothing, I filled my heart's desire. I had that final chocolate mousse, before my life expired.

    With that, I called the waitress over, I've changed my mind, and it seems, I said, I want what she is having, only add some more whipped-cream!
    Anonymous

    This year I’m loosening up the reins to adopt Mae’s light-hearted philosophy. Instead of narrowing my path with restrictions, rules and resolutions, I’m going to take pleasure in new found freedom. I’ll broaden my life and enrich it with delectable foods, enjoyed with friends and family because entertaining and cooking keeps my heart light, kindles my creativity and enhances my well being. Happy cooking adventures throughout the New Year!

    Susan's Sensational Fudge Pie is nothing less than mm, mm, delicious. It’s fudge and nuts inside a not-so-sweet crust, which makes for an intriguing dessert that results in an "I'll have more" chocolate pie. Susan Garrison of Mesa, Arizona used to make this pie for me "by request" as my birthday dessert.

    Susan's Sensational Fudge Pie
    ¼ cup butter, softened
    ¾ cup brown sugar, packed
    3 eggs
    12 ounces semi-sweet chocolate chips
    1 teaspoon vanilla
    ¼ cup all-purpose flour
    1 cup walnuts or pecans, coarsely chopped
    2 teaspoons instant coffee
    1 9-inch pie shell

    Preheat oven to 375˚. Cream butter with brown sugar; add eggs, one at a time, and beat well. Melt chocolate chips over hot (not boiling) water; add to creamed mixture. Stir in vanilla, flour, nuts and coffee. Pour into unbaked pie shell. Bake for 25 minutes. Decorate with candy hearts, whipped cream, maraschino cherries, fresh fruit or flowers.

    Yield: 6-8 servings

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              Holiday Cookie Recipe Repertoire - Day #23   


    Last weekend I read that Americans love their holiday cookies and they look forward to cookies during the season more than any other treat. So I've put together a repertoire of cookie and cookie bar recipes. Most are old recipes made for us by our moms and grandmothers, cookies that have tasted heavenly to us since childhood.

    I've also added a couple of runner-up recipes from the recent Favorite Holiday Recipe Contest. After personally stirring-up a batch of these sweet, tender morsels, they've officially been added to the holiday cookie list at the Briggs house as new traditions. Enjoy!

    Cherry Winks
    (Pictured Above)
    5 cups corn flakes, coarsely crushed
    2 1/4 cups sifted all-purpose flour
    1 teaspoon baking powder
    1/2 teaspoon baking soda
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    3/4 cup unsalted butter, softened
    1 cup sugar
    2 eggs
    1 teaspoon vanilla
    1 cup pecans, chopped
    1 cup chopped dates
    1/2 cup maraschino cherries, finely cut and drained
    15 maraschino cherries, drained and cut into quarters

    Sift together flour, baking powder, soda and salt; set aside.
    Beat butter and sugar together until light and fluffy. Add eggs and vanilla; beat well and then add sifted ingredients, mix until combined and then add nuts, dates and finely cut cherries.
    Preheat oven to 375°. Shape 1 tablespoon cookie dough into walnut-size balls; roll in crushed corn flakes. Place on greased baking sheets. Top each cookie with a cherry quarter. Bake for 12-14 minutes or until lightly browned, and then remove to a cooling rack. Yield: 5 dozen cookies
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    Grandma Betty's 7-Layer Bars
    (Pictured Below)
    Preheat oven to 350°.
    1 cube unsalted butter
    1 cup graham cracker crumbs
    1 cup flaked coconut
    1-6 ounce package semi-sweet chocolate chips
    1-6 ounce package butterscotch chips
    1 can sweetened condensed milk
    1½ cups chopped walnuts or pecans

    Melt butter in a 9” x 12” baking pan (place butter in the baking pan and then melt it in the oven). Sprinkle graham cracker crumbs over melted butter, then add layers of coconut, semi-sweet chocolate chips, and butterscotch chips. Drizzle layered ingredients with 1 can sweetened condensed milk; top with pecans or walnuts. Bake at 350° for 30 minutes. Remove to a cooling rack; cut into 2” bars while warm. Yield: 2½ dozen
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    Russian Tea Cakes
    (Pictured Below)
    1 cup unsalted butter, softened
    1 cup powdered sugar, divided
    1 teaspoon vanilla
    2½ cups all-purpose flour
    Dash of salt
    3/4 cup nuts, finely chopped

    Preheat oven to 400°. Mix together butter, ½ cup powdered sugar and vanilla. Sift flour and salt together; combine with butter mixture and add nuts. Roll into walnut size balls.
    Place on baking sheet; bake for 10 to 12 minutes, until set but not brown. Roll in ½ cup powdered sugar. Cool completely and roll in powdered sugar for a second time. Place in an air-tight container. Yield: 2½ dozen
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    Chocolate Crinkles (Hubby's Choice)
    1/2 cup vegetable oil
    4 squares unsweetened chocolate (4 ounces), melted
    2 cups sugar
    4 eggs
    2 teaspoons vanilla
    2 cups all-purpose flour
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    2 teaspoons baking powder
    1 cup powdered sugar

    Mix together oil, chocolate and sugar. Add in one egg at a time and mixing well with each addition, stir in vanilla. Sift together flour, salt and baking powder. Combine chocolate mixture with dry ingredients. Cover and chill for 4 hours or overnight.
    Preheat oven to 350°. Drop teaspoonfuls of dough into powdered sugar; roll around and shape into balls. Place 2" apart on a greased baking sheet. Bake for 10-12 minutes. Yield: 6 dozen cookies
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    Red Raspberry Bars
    ½ cup butter or margarine, softened
    1 cup brown sugar, packed
    1½ cups all purpose flour
    1 teaspoon salt
    ½ teaspoon soda
    ½ teaspoon cardamom or cinnamon
    1½ cups old fashioned oats
    1 12 or 18 ounce jar red raspberry preserves

    Preheat oven to 400°. Cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy; set aside. Combine flour, salt, soda, cardamom and oats in a large mixing bowl; add butter mixture and stir well. Press half the crumb mixture into a greased 9” x 13” baking pan; spread with preserves and sprinkle with remaining crumb mixture. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes; cool slightly and cut into bars. Yield: 20 bars
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    A new favorite adapted from the Favorite Holiday Recipe Contest by runner-up Denise von Pressentin. Original recipe will appear in the soon-to-be-published e-cookbook 24 Day Holiday Recipe Blitz 2010.

    Fruit Cake Bars
    1 3/4 cups sifted flour
    1 teaspoon soda
    1/4 teaspoon salt
    1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
    1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
    1/2 teaspoon rum or brandy extract
    3/4 cup unsalted butter, softened
    1 1/2 cups brown sugar
    2 eggs
    2 tablespoons rum or brandy
    1 cup red candied cherries
    1 cup green candied pineapple
    1 cup yellow candied pineapple
    1 cup golden raisins
    1 cup chopped dates
    1 cup walnuts or pecans, chopped

    Preheat oven to 325°. Sift together flour, soda, salt and spices. Cream butter and sugar; beat until fluffy. Combine creamed mixture and dry ingredients. Fold in fruits and nuts. Spread into a 1-inch deep, 10" x 15" cookie pan with sides. Bake for about 30 to 35 minutes. Cool and cut into bars. Place in an air-tight canister. This delicious substitute for fruit cake can be eaten right away, but they improve with age up to about 3 weeks.
    Yield: Approximately 30 bars
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    Another new favorite adapted from the Favorite Holiday Recipe Contest entered by runner-up April Poirier. Recipe will appear in the soon-to-be-published e-cookbook
    24 Day Holiday Recipe Blitz 2010.

    Velvet Chocolate Cookie "Cakes"
    1 1-pound 2-ounce package Oreo Cookies (regular, not double stuff)
    1 8-ounce package cream cheese, softened
    24 ounces vanilla almond bark or 2 12-ounce packages white chocolate chips
    Green Sprinkles
    Red Sprinkles

    Break cookies into food processor; process until they become very fine crumbs. Add cream cheese and process until smooth; refrigerate for at least 2 hours.

    Shape into 1-inch balls and place on a cookie sheet that's been covered with waxed or parchment paper; return to refrigerator.

    Melt almond bark or white chocolate according to package directions. Dip/roll each cookie cake in melted bark; place on cookie sheet and immediately top with sprinkles. Allow to set-up in refrigerator for about 1-hour. Place in a sealed container.
    Yield: 40 to 50 Cookie "Cakes"

    Grandma Betty's 7-Layer Bars
    (Recipe Above)








    Russian Tea Cakes
    (Recipe Above)








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              Pear Shrimp Salad Day #21   


    Pear Shrimp Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing is an unlikely combination of foods – blue cheese dressing, shrimp and pears that create a surprisingly unforgettable and festive taste sensation. Accompanied with a glass of sparkling white wine, it's a salad you're going to be making over and over again because it's perfect for a variety of occasions.



    Pear Shrimp Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing
    1 head Butter lettuce, washed and torn into bite-size pieces
    1-2 Bartlett or "Red" pears, cored, pared and cut julienne style
    1 cup salad shrimp, rinsed and drained
    Chunky blue cheese salad dressing (Marie’s, Litehouse or Maytag are good choices)
    1/2 cup Hazelnuts, lightly toasted
    16-20 grape tomatoes
    Freshly ground pepper

    Divide lettuce onto four serving plates; layer pears onto lettuce; add ¼ cup shrimp to each salad and drizzle each salad with desired amounts of blue cheese dressing. Divide hazelnuts and grape tomatoes; arrange on salads. End with freshly ground pepper to taste. Yield: 4 servings

    Note: Variations to this salad would be to omit the shrimp (as shown in picture), use spinach in place of butter lettuce, replace the hazel nuts with a different nut such as toasted walnuts and/or use apples in place of pears. Remake it anyway you like it - there are no rules.
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              Lemon Cheesecake Shortbread Bars at Weekend Potluck #280    
    Good morning and Happy Friday! I hope everyone had a wonderful week! Today is Weekend Potluck and we have some delicious recipes to share with you!!! Lemon Cheesecake Shortbread Bars took the top spot this week for the most viewed recipe!!! 

    Our other features include, 🍨 Ghiraridelli Brownie Ice Cream Sandwiches and 🍑 Homemade Peach Ice (just in time for summer). This weeks featured hostess is Served up with Love and she's sharing her recipe for Easy Baked Beans.  

    New to Weekend Potluck? Here's a little run down! Weekend Potluck is a place where each week bloggers come to share and link up their favorite recipes! Every Friday we highlight the most viewed recipe from the previous week, recipes that caught our eye and a new potluck for the current week. 

    When you scroll down to the bottom of this post, you'll see thumbnail photos of recipes shared from several food bloggers.  The recipe with the most "views" this week will be our top featured recipe for next week, so make sure to show some love to all your favorites. I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend. To get the recipes just click the recipe title under the photos to be taken to each recipe.  

     The Recipe with the Most Views  
    Lemon Cheesecake Shortbread Bars  by Don't Sweat the Recipe 


     Recipes that caught our eye 
    Ghirardelli Brownie Ice Cream Sandwiches by Dad Whats For Dinner

    Homemade Peach Ice Cream by My Fearless Kitchen


    ❤ Featured Hostess Recipe 
    Easy Baked Beans by Served up with Love 


     Your Hostesses

    Served Up With Love  ~ 
    Melissa


    Remember when you link up, it shows up
    on all Five Blogs!


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              ThincLab bubbles back to life   
    Where would you find a combination of sheep farming, aerospace technology, foodie networking and animated science? The re-launched ThincLab provides the opportunity for all of these exciting new start-ups to come together, collaborate and network with other innovative and entrepreneurial individuals. Importantly, the ThincLab program not only provides a creative space but also a suite [...]
              Personalized Cutting Board Laser Engraved 8x14 Wood Cutting Board CB814 by mrcwoodproducts   

    36.95 USD

    ***ABOUT THIS ITEM***
    This Personalized Cutting Board measures 14" wide by 8" Tall. Each sign is custom engraved with the name of the family you provide us. It will be finished with food safe cutting board oil for excellent protection. We do recommend that you reapply the oil as needed to protect the wood for years to come. It is engraved on one side only which is meant for display, while the other side is intended for cutting.

    Our cutting boards are made from start to finish in our shop in Indiana. We select each board for its color, characteristics, and beauty to ensure that you have the highest quality cutting board possible. After the wood is selected, we cut to length and width, cut out the handle, round all the edges, then sand until perfectly smooth. Once the design has been engraved, we hand rub the finish to seal the wood and bring out its natural beauty.

    Walnut can vary in color in both the wood and engraving. Your cutting board and/or the engraving may be lighter or darker than the example picture, though it will always be beautiful. We do not stain the boards in any way to achieve the dark walnut color. That is the natural color of walnut.

    ***HOW TO ORDER***
    To order, please just click the "Add to Cart" button at the top of the page and proceed to the checkout. Please enter the information for the item in the notes section during the checkout. Please include:
    1. The name
    2. The est. date (if applicable)

    ***SHIPPING***
    Shipping - All shipping will be via UPS or USPS and most products will ship in approx. 8-10 business days from date of purchase. That may vary depending on the current workload we are experiencing. If you are in a hurry to get an item please let me know and I will do everything I can to speed up the process.

    ***Extras***
    To add a stand to your order, please go here:
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    To add butcher block conditioner to your order, please go here:
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    To add gift wrapping to your order, please go here:
    www.etsy.com/listing/153227124

    I can custom make most any design you wish to have so please convo me with your requests!

    I look forward to exceeding your expectations and providing you with the finest carved signs and other wood products on Etsy. Thanks for looking! Mike

    ***WHOLESALE OPPORTUNITIES***
    Want to sell MRC Wood Products in your brick and motar or online store? We have a drop ship program already in place that you may be interested in. Please send us an email for more information. We're looking forward to working with you!


                  
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              KC reg Full Pedigree Hungarian Vizsla Pups Hip Scored Parents   
    We are excited to announce that we had 8 beautiful Hungarian Vizsla puppies born 11th June. From hip scored parents. Quick viewings can be arranged now, 3 pups are already reserved. As pups are microchipped you can be assured that the pup you pick will be the same pup on collection. I don't use the velcro or clip collars as they come off when the pups are playing. The puppies were born and reared around our family other dogs, cats and used to household noises. Dad is a beautiful example of a Hungarian Vizsla and has a wonderful temperament and an amazing low hip score of just 6. While mum who's father I imported from Hungary a few years ago is equally as friendly and also has a super low hip score of just 7 both scores well below the breed average of 12. Puppies are microchipped and will have their first vaccinations before leaving as well as being thoroughly vet checked. They will be ready to leave at eight weeks old and will go to their forever homes with their KC Certificates/Registration Documents, Frontlined, Wormed, Puppy contract, 4 Weeks Free Petplan Insurance, Microchipped with Petlog and food for a few days. Puppies can be reserved with a non–refundable deposit of £150 Both parents are here for you to meet. 'We are a fully licensed Gundog breeding kennels with regular inspections by Swansea District Council, their vets and ours.
                  
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              Beach House Casa del Mar (Vacation Rentals) - Hato - Bonaire - Netherlands Antilles   
    Beach House Casa del Mar Tropical Caribbean beach house rental with pool overlooking Bonaire’s turquoise waters. This exquisite villa consists 3 bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms, a tastefully decorated living- and dining room, an open luxuriously kitchen with a center food island. ...
              The Laura Longley Show: with Nutritionist Michelle Bond - What's really going on with the foods we eat?   
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              Quality Manager Investigations And CAPA   
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              seafood preparer - fish and seafood processing - KILDARE FISHERIES LTD - O'Leary, PE   
    No degree, certificate or diploma Experience. Cut, clean and trim fish or seafood prior to marketing or further processing; Will train Own Tools/Equipment.... $11.54 an hour
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              food service attendant - D.P. Murphy Inc. - O'Leary, PE   
    No degree, certificate or diploma Counter Attendant and Food Preparer Skills. Take customers' orders; Receive, unpack and store supplies in refrigerators,... $11.25 an hour
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              FOOD PRODUCTION OPERATIVE - Toby Carvery Whitewebbs House - London   
    Food Production Operative vacancy: If you’ve got experience in kitchens, bakeries, factories or any other high-volume food production environment this could
    From Mitchells & Butlers - Wed, 14 Jun 2017 20:11:16 GMT - View all London jobs
              Be Fit Foods Moves to Downtown’s Liberty Food & Wine Exchange   
    SPONSORED POST Reno’s healthy meal hub, Be Fit Foods, more commonly known as BFF Café, is shifting gears to make its healthful food creations more accessible to the health-conscious and on-the-go customer. Beginning Saturday, July [...] The post Be Fit Foods Moves to Downtown’s Liberty Food & Wine Exchange appeared first on This is Reno.

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              Food Security / Livelihoods Manager, Darfur - General Board of Global Ministries - Sudan, TX   
    UMCOR-International Program’s program areas in the Sudan focuses primarily in the field of Emergency Relief and transitional development, which include but not...
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              Development Fund Awards Funding Requests Totaling $1,122,875 Million   
    By ND Commerce
    The North Dakota Development Fund, a loan program within the North Dakota Department of Commerce, awarded funding for five projects totaling $1,122,875 at its monthly board meeting held in April.
     
    The North Dakota Development Fund was created in 1991 as an economic development tool. It provides flexible gap financing through debt and equity investments for new or expanding North Dakota primary sector businesses. Primary sector businesses create new wealth and are typically manufacturers, food processors and export service companies.
     
    The following requests were funded:
     
    Advanced Business Solutions, (Fargo) was awarded a $200,000 loan to finance working capital needs for an expansion project. The company provides web based subscription service for advisors to use and implement to address the issues of profitability and cash flow.
     
    BioMagnetic Sciences, (Wahpeton) was awarded a $350,000 loan to finance working capital needs for an expansion project. BioMagnetic Sciences is a medical device company with products to treat osteoarthritis.
     
    PHR Plus, (Fargo) was awarded a $250,000 loan to finance working capital needs for an expansion project.  PHR Plus is a digital health company that assists individuals to manage their health and medical information, and partners with organizations to power their population health programs.
     
    Bright Futures Learning, (Fargo) was awarded $100,000 loan to be used to support planned growth. Bright Futures Learning is a new daycare center.
     
    Skid-Lift, (Fargo) was awarded a $222,875 loan as a part of a total funding package with Bank Forward and Bank of North Dakota; to fund the purchase of equipment, office remodel, and repayment of royalties. The company produces a scissor lift used with a skid-steer.
     
    The North Dakota Department of Commerce works to improve the quality of life for North Dakota citizens by leading efforts to attract, retain and expand wealth. Commerce serves businesses and communities statewide through committed people and partners who offer valuable programs and dynamic services.
     
    For more North Dakota news and information go to www.NDCommerce.com.

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              ND State Commission on National and Community Service will Host Day of Service with Senior Corps and Americorps Members April 11 in Fargo   
    By ND Commerce
    What: The ND State Commission on National and Community Service will be hosting a day of service with Senior Corps and AmeriCorps Members April 11th around the Fargo Community.
     
    When: Tuesday, April 11 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
     
    Where: Members will be volunteering at the following local organizations:
     
    • Youthworks: 317 S. University Dr., FargoVolunteers will clean the new Youthworks facility that will house families in need. 
    • Dress for Success: 219 NP Ave., FargoVolunteers will work on boutique displays by painting furniture/frames, hanging items, and making jewelry arrangements. 
    • Great Plains Food Bank: 1720 3rd Ave, FargoVolunteers will assist with repacking bulk items, labeling products, and constructing boxes. 
    • Project LINUS: Double Tree Hilton 825 E Beaton Dr., West FargoBlanketeers will be making blankets for children, ages 0 to 18, who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need of warmth and comfort. 
    • Red River Zoo: 4255 23rd Ave S, FargoVolunteers will clean the grounds and buildings at zoo to help prepare for the new year. 
    • River Keepers: Volunteers will assist in cleaning up the Red River front at various locations and help remove debris from the winter season. 
    Why: The North Dakota State Commission on National & Community Service provides opportunities for North Dakotans to engage in service that addresses the state's and nation's educational, public safety, environmental, and other human needs. The Commission seeks to foster civic responsibility, strengthen the ties that bind us together as a people, and provide educational opportunity for those who make a substantial commitment to service. Aligned with the Corporation for National and Community Service's many initiatives, the North Dakota State Commission has also strategically combined Faith-Based and Community efforts in its commission membership and focus.
     
    Contact:  For additional information please contact Ryan Volk at 701-328-6048 or at rdvolk@nd.gov.
     

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              Development Fund Awards Funding Requests Totaling $2.75 Million   
    By ND Commerce
    Bismarck, N.D. -- The North Dakota Development Fund, a loan program within the North Dakota Department of Commerce, awarded funding for five projects totaling $2,750,000 at its monthly board meeting held in February.
     
    The North Dakota Development Fund was created in 1991 as an economic development tool. It provides flexible gap financing through debt and equity investments for new or expanding North Dakota primary sector businesses. Primary sector businesses create new wealth and are typically manufacturers, food processors and export service companies.
     
    The following requests were funded:
     
    ZuluFly, LLC, (Fargo) was awarded a $350,000 loan to finance working capital needs. The company is a developer of real-time locating system and radio-frequency identification software solutions.
     
    CoSchedule, LLC, (Bismarck) was awarded a $1,000,000 loan to finance working capital needs, equipment purchases and improvements needed to be made by the company based upon its planned expansion. CoSchedule develops software used in social media markets.
     
    Plains Mobile, Inc., (Linton) was awarded a $400,000 loan to finance working capital needs, equipment purchases and improvements needed to be made by the company based upon its planned expansion. The company develops an integrated cloud-based software aimed at simplifying business systems that interact with people, equipment and mobile devices.
     
    BotLink, LLC, (Fargo) was awarded $500,000 loan to be used to support planned growth. BotLink develops software and hardware for fully integrated operations platforms that combines real-time date delivery, control and safety.
     
    Valley City-Barnes County Development Corporation, (Valley City) was awarded a $500,000 loan to assist with workforce training for Eagle Creek Software Services.
     
    The North Dakota Department of Commerce works to improve the quality of life for North Dakota citizens by leading efforts to attract, retain and expand wealth. Commerce serves businesses and communities statewide through committed people and partners who offer valuable programs and dynamic services.
     
    For more North Dakota news and information go to www.NDCommerce.com.

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              Minnesota Soybean Processors to Pursue ND Soybean Processing Plant at Spiritwood   
    By ND Governor's Office
    Gov. Doug Burgum and leaders of Minnesota Soybean Processors (MnSP) and its subsidiary North Dakota Soybean Processors (NDSP) announced today that MnSP is taking steps toward construction of a $240 million soybean processing plant – the first of its kind in North Dakota – at Spiritwood, N.D. 

    The plant would be an integrated soybean crush facility and refinery, crushing 125,000 bushels of soybeans per day. It would produce soybean meal, refined, bleached and deodorized soybean oil and biodiesel. 

    MnSP, a membership cooperative that owns and operates a soybean crush facility and biodiesel operation in Brewster, Minn., has selected a site on 150 acres near Spiritwood. The co-op would move forward with construction following further due diligence, necessary approvals and a successful engineering study.

    By selecting the Spiritwood site, MnSP is able to conduct a preliminary front-end engineering and design study, which will be used to determine feasibility of construction. MnSP is working with the North Dakota Agricultural Products Utilization Commission to complete the construction feasibility study.

    “The potential for this type of value-added project is great news for our farmers and the entire state of North Dakota,” Burgum said. “The NDSP plant will create value in the local community and beyond by creating 55 to 60 full-time jobs, supporting local service companies, vendors and suppliers and supporting the soybean price paid to local farmers.”

    Gov. Burgum, MnSP Board President Bruce Hill and MnSP General Manager Scott Austin made the announcement during the annual Northern Soybean Expo and Trade Show in Fargo, joined by North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring. “Our preliminary market analysis shows there are markets this facility would serve that would complement our current efforts at the Brewster facility to reach both global and domestic markets for meal and oil,” Austin said. “We also believe that the biodiesel from this plant would serve both domestic and international markets.”

    The NDSP plant would annually produce 900,000 tons of soybean meal, which is usually used as livestock feed for poultry and swine but can also be used for cattle, and 490 million pounds of oil. Half of the oil will be used to produce biodiesel, while the other half will be food-grade soybean oil.

    The plant would utilize steam from the nearby Spiritwood Station, a coal-fired power plant operated by Great River Energy.

    MnSP has been working with the Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp. and meeting with the appropriate state agencies, including the Department of Commerce, Office of State Tax Commissioner and Bank of North Dakota.
     

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              APUC to Review Funding Requests Totaling $693,000   
    By ND Commerce
    Bismarck, N.D. -- The North Dakota Agricultural Products Utilization Commission (APUC) will review funding requests for nine projects totaling $693,000 at its quarterly meeting February 21 in Bismarck.

    APUC is a program of the North Dakota Department of Commerce that administers grant programs for research and development of new and expanded uses for North Dakota agricultural products. The grants can be used for basic and applied research, marketing and utilization, farm diversification, nature-based agritourism, prototype and technology and technical assistance.

    The following requests will be reviewed:

    Black Leg Ranch (McKenzie) is requesting $52,715 to build an outdoor patio and meeting area. This meeting space will overlook native grasslands and prairie flowers. Contact Jay Doan at (701) 673-3441.

    Rolling Plains Adventures (Sterling) is requesting $28,074 to plant an integrated cover crop/food plot area. This cover crop/food plot will immediately enhance the wildlife population while also maintaining soil health. Contact Jeremy Doan at (701) 367-3737.

    Vision West ND (Dickinson) is requesting $53,315 to conduct a feasibility study to determine the opportunities and interest in the region for a successful food hub. The study will focus on potential locations for distribution and identify organizational models for the food hubs. Contact Debra Nelson at (701) 483-2801.

    Rural Economic Area Partnership Investment Fund (Dickinson) is requesting $91,350 to provide services to producers and growers for the sale of raw agricultural products including grapes, fruits, berries and vegetables to North Dakota wineries. The funds will also be used to create a website to sell local foods to wineries in North Dakota or other food markets. Contact Shirley Brentrup at (701) 483-1447.

    Grand Prairie Agriculture (Devils Lake) is requesting $26,460 to support initial project engineering to produce a farrow-to-wean sow farm, focusing on gilt production. The project will impact local farmers with another market for their products and provide another fertilizer source in the area. Contact Daniel Julson at (701) 640-2185.

    Archer-Daniels-Midland Company (Fargo) is requesting $93,318 to support preliminary engineering costs for a protein production facility to be located in North Dakota. Contact Mike Keller at (701) 551-2869.

    Red River BioRefinery (Grand Forks) is requesting $253,000 to complete the engineering phase for a fully integrated biorefinery, which will be one of the largest advanced ethanol producers in the U.S. Contact Keshav Rajpal at (608) 334-7240.

    Safflower Technologies International (Williston) is requesting $27,775 to complete a study for a specialty non-GMO oilseed processing facility with cold press or expeller press system technology for a range of oilseed processing and refining capabilities. Contact Michael Bergman at (517) 719-5418.

    Rapha Global Corporation (Tappen) is requesting $67,000 to market flax seed products and flax hull lignans (FHL). The company will focus their efforts on developing health products for protection from major diseases. Contact Lon Cummings at (320) 304-4350.

    APUC is an office within Economic Development and Finance, a division of the North Dakota Department of Commerce.

    For additional program information please visit North Dakota APUC at www.NDAPUC.com or find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NDAPUC.
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              Development Fund Awards Funding Requests Totaling $1,620,000   
    By ND Commerce
    The North Dakota Development Fund, a loan program within the North Dakota Department of Commerce, awarded funding for three projects totaling $1,625,000 at its monthly board meeting held in October. 

    The North Dakota Development Fund was created in 1991 as an economic development tool. It provides flexible gap financing through debt and equity investments for new or expanding North Dakota primary sector businesses. Primary sector businesses create new wealth and are typically manufacturers, food processors and exported service companies. 

    The following requests were funded: 
    • Harvest Fuel, Inc., (Walhalla) was awarded a $725,000 loan to expand operations at their Walhalla facility. Harvest Fuel sells a variety of feed supplement products for horses, beef and dairy cattle, sheep, goats, and other livestock. The products are designed to improve the digestive health and promote growth, while providing increased feed efficiency of up to 25 percent. 
    • FarmQA, Inc., (Fargo) was awarded a $750,000 loan to help fund working capital for an upcoming expansion. FarmQA develops various efficiency software programs for large-scale growers in the agricultural industry and also distributes the associated hardware.  
    • Mama Mia, Inc., (Fargo) was awarded $150,000 loan to be used to provide working capital. The company is a designer outlet store in a boutique environment with the purpose of finding, repurposing, and selling inventory through the MODE franchise stores. 
    The North Dakota Department of Commerce works to improve the quality of life for North Dakota citizens by leading efforts to attract, retain and expand wealth. Commerce serves businesses and communities statewide through committed people and partners who offer valuable programs and dynamic services. 

    For more North Dakota news and information go to www.NDCommerce.com

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              Fall into September with North Dakota fun   
    By ND Commerce Tourism Division
    Summer is winding down but September is full of adventure in North Dakota. Raise a glass (or beer stein) to the waning days of warmth at Oktoberfest. Soak in the sounds, colors and dance movements of a powwow. Bask in the glow of a star-filled sky during an astronomy festival. Or don your school colors and show hometown spirit at one of many homecoming events. To find more information about these activities, and for a complete list of events, go to NDtourism.com or call 800-435-5663 or 701-328-2525.

    2016 GRANDowntown Street Fair
    Grand Forks
    September 9-10
    What's up is Downtown Grand Forks? More than 150 vendors will fill the streets, Town Square and Greenway park space with art, jewelry, clothing, crafts, music, food and fun during this inaugural event. Artist lineup features Rhyme or Reason, Boomtown, Sean Emery, and Joseph Bommersbach “Blind Joe”. http://downtowngrandforks.org/street-fair/; 701-746-4636
     
    United Tribes International Powwow
    Bismarck
    September 9-11
    Come out for one of the highly awarded, premier cultural events in North Dakota. United Tribes International Powwow features more than 1,500 dancers and drummers from more than 70 tribes and regularly attracts around 20,000 spectators. www.unitedtribespowwow.com; 701-255-3285
     
    Bakken X-Trek
    Williston
    September 10
    This terrain race is hailed as “MonDak’s Filthiest 5K” and is back for another year to take full advantage of Williston’s rugged geography. Extreme North Dakota (END) helped develop this challenging course that has participants running, crawling, wading and climbing their way towards the finish line. www.bakkenxtrek.com; 701-774-9041
     
    Big Iron
    West Fargo
    September 13-15
    It will take a fast tractor and heaps of energy to visit all 900 exhibits at the largest farm show in the Upper Midwest but the Big Iron Farm Show tempts you to do it. Demonstrations, craft shows, seminars and more serve to educate farmers and ranchers from around the world about the latest innovation and advancements in agriculture. www.bigironfarmshow.com; 701-282-2200
     
    51st Annual Potato Bowl
    Grand Forks
    September 13-17
    It’s the