Pink Travel Coffee Cups for Breast Cancer Awareness

Support Breast Cancer Charities with these Pink Travel Mug and Cup products Awareness is one of the most important weapons in our fight against Breast Cancer. According to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) 1 of 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer, and on average in the U.S. alone, 1 woman will die every 13 minutes. It is heartbreaking to think how many of our friends and family these figures may be affected. But not just older women will battle this disease, but teenagers, young women, women who had children in their 30's, and although still rare, even men. You can help by purchasing of any of these products from these merchants. A portion of the proceeds from the sales of these items go to the BRCF or Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Even better, you may make direct donations to either of these fine fund-raising agencies on this page. Photo Credit: Purchase of this 16 oz. HOPE Pink Ribbon Rhinestone TimeMug Travel Mug benefits Susan G. Komen for the Cure-Global Headquarters and is available at eBay.com. About the Breast Cancer Research Foundation BCRF BCRF :: providing critical funding for innovative clinical and genetic research The Breast Cancer Research Foundation is an independent not-for-profit organization whose mission is to achieve prevention and a cure for breast cancer in our lifetime by providing critical funding for innovative clinical and genetic research at lead 16 oz Stainless Steel To-Go Mug with Leather look wrap This pink travel mug from Trudeau not only lets you spread awareness of breast cancer prevention but allows you to give indirectly to the cause. Trudeau will donate 5% of the net sale of each travel mug purchased to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. A highly rated charity, BCRF donates 85 cents of every donated dollar directly to breast cancer awareness and prevention programs. 18 oz Travel Mug with Soft Grip Handle Very handy, guaranteed-leak-proof travel mug that fits most standard car cup holders. Stainless steel inside and out, the mug features a shiny pink body with a black lid and black soft-grip handle that cleverly rotates for either right- or left-hand use. You can drink out of any side of the lid as well, which facilitates grabbing and sipping on the go. Use the mug to keep your favorite 16-ounce espresso drink hot on the drive to work or on a jaunt around the neighborhood... Click to see more. About Trudeau Corp. and their pledge to support Breast Cancer Research Foundation The Breast Cancer Research Foundation - Trudeau Corporation Trudeau Corporation continues to support the fight against breast cancer with its gadgets, hydration and thermal products.This collection of gadgets, hydration and thermal products are designed exclusively for Trudeau's product donation program. They 16 oz. Travel Tumbler keep beverages hot for up to 2 hours With the Sablier Tumbler you will be able to keep your favorite hot or cold beverage with you and keep it hot or cold. This double wall insulated tumbler will keep your hot drink hot, for up to two hours. It has a convenient (and attractive) carry and go design and will hold up to 16-ounces of your favorite beverage. Because of the tumbler's innovative design and quality build you will no longer have to worry about coffee or tea stains on your cloths, because it's leak free. It also... Click to see more. Stainless Steel To-Go Cup with Pink Flowers keeps drinks Hot or Cold Think Pink. A portion of the sales from the Trudeau Lulu BCRF Tumbler is donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The 16-ounce travel tumbler has a pink, screw top lid with a flip top and a decorative pink print design on the body. Double wall insulation keeps beverages hotter or colder, longer... Click to see more. Dark Pink Stainless 16 oz. Cup with PBA-free Polypropylene interior Keep your drink warm while traveling with the Trudeau Paige Travel Mug. It has a soft grip lid for comfort and the flip top lid mechanism is easy to use - simply grab the tab of the lid and flip it open. Will not leak when closed. Double wall construction ensures that your beverages will stay hotter or colder, longer. Other features include an easy to carry, soft grip handle and a non-slip base. Made to last; made to travel - take this unbreakable stainless steel mug anywhere you go. 16-ounce capacity. Rated 2-hours, heat retention. Pink colored finish. Eco-friendly; BPA free. Five year warranty... Click to read more. Support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation by Donating here " Why should I support the Foundation? There are many good reasons to support the Foundation including the fact that more than 90% of all funds raised goes directly to breast cancer research grants and awareness programs. Browse our website and visit Responsible Giving, read about our Research Funding or visit our Pink Partners for more reasons to support our work." May I make a tax-deductible donation right now? Yes! Just follow this link and our secure server will safeguard all the information you enter, and will encrypt your file so that it cannot be read during transmission to our Donor Department. Read more on Ways to Donate About Sugan G. Komen for the Cure Susan G. Komen for the Cure Susan G. Komen fought breast cancer with her heart, body and soul. 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Recipes: Oscars Bash Without Breaking the Bank
Recipes: Oscars Bash Without Breaking the Bank
Throwing an Oscars party Sunday night but not sure yet what you'll be serving? Cooking Light magazine chef Allison Fishman served up recipes and ideas on "The Early Show" Friday for an Oscar-themed bash that won't throw your budget into a tizzy!Print out a 2011 Oscars ballot for your party!Special Section: Oscars 2011"Early Show" Recipes Galore! Trending News Iran Denies Drone Destruction Deadly Arson Attack WATCH: Omar Responds To Chants Epstein Accusers RECIPES"The Social Network" Apple MartiniINGREDIENTS:1 cup water1/4 cup sugar3/4 cup vodka1 cup apple juice1 cup apple liqueur (such as Sour Apple Pucker)Crushed iceMETHOD:Combine water and sugar in a glass measuring cup. Microwave at high 2 minutes or until sugar dissolves, stirring once; cool. Combine sugar mixture, vodka, juice, and liqueur in a pitcher; stir to combine.Place crushed ice in a martini shaker. Add vodka mixture to martini shaker in batches; shake well to chill. Strain about 1/2 cup vodka mixture in shaker into each of 10 glasses; repeat procedure with remaining vodka mixture, refilling ice as necessary. Serve immediately."Toy Story 3" Mac n' Cheese INGREDIENTS: 1 teaspoon olive oil1 cup finely chopped onion (about 1 medium) 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour1 garlic clove, minced1 1/2 cups 1% low-fat milk1 bay leaf1/2 cup (2 ounces) crumbled Gorgonzola cheese3/4 cup (3 ounces) grated Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, divided1/4 teaspoon salt2 cups uncooked elbow macaroni (about 8 ounces) Cooking spray2/3 cup (about 2 1/2 ounces) shredded part-skim mozzarella cheese2/3 cup panko (Japanese breadcrumbs) 1/8 teaspoon freshly ground black pepperMETHOD:1. Heat oil in a medium saucepan over medium heat. Add onion to pan; cook 8 minutes or until tender, stirring occasionally. Add flour and garlic; cook 1 minute, stirring constantly. Stir in milk and bay leaf; bring to a boil. Cook 2 minutes or until thick, stirring constantly with a whisk. Add Gorgonzola, 1/2 cup Parmigiano-Reggiano, and salt; stir until cheeses melt. Discard bay leaf.2. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.3. Cook pasta in boiling water 5 minutes or until almost tender, omitting salt and fat; drain well. Add pasta to cheese mixture, stirring well. Place about 1/2 cup pasta mixture into each of 6 (1-cup) ramekins coated with cooking spray. Sprinkle evenly with mozzarella. Top evenly with remaining pasta mixture. Combine remaining 1/4 cup Parmigiano-Reggiano and panko; sprinkle evenly over pasta mixture. Spray lightly with cooking spray; sprinkle with black pepper. Bake at 375 degrees for 25 minutes or until heated."The King's Speech" Tea SandwichesBacon & Cheddar INGREDIENTS:1 1/2 cups (6 ounces) shredded reduced-fat extra sharp cheddar cheese5 tablespoons block-style fat-free cream cheese, softened5 tablespoons thinly sliced green onions3 1/2 tablespoons fat-free mayonnaise1 1/4 teaspoons hot sauce3 bacon slices, cooked and crumbled12 (1-ounce) slices country white bread, crusts removedMETHOD:Combine all ingredients except the bread, stirring well.Spread 3 tablespoons cheese mixture on each of 6 bread slices; top with remaining bread slices. Cut each sandwich in half diagonally; cut each half diagonally again to form 4 wedges.Cucumber with Mint-ChileINGREDIENTS:6 tablespoons butter, softened3 tablespoons chopped fresh mint1/4 teaspoon salt1 Serrano chile, seeded and finely chopped12 (1-ounce) slices white sandwich bread1 1/2 cups thinly sliced English cucumber1 tablespoon fresh lime juiceMETHOD: Combine first 4 ingredients, stirring until well combined.Trim crusts from bread; discard crusts. Spread each bread slice with about 1 1/2 teaspoons butter mixture. Place cucumber in a small bowl, and drizzle with lime juice; toss to coat. Arrange cucumber slices in an even layer over buttered sides of 6 bread slices; top with remaining bread slices, buttered side down. Cut sandwiches diagonally into quarters.For more recipes, go to Page 2."The Fighter" Boston Cream PieINGREDIENTS:Cake:Cooking spray2 teaspoons cake flour5 ounces sifted cake flour (about 1 1/4 cups) 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder1/4 teaspoon salt1/2 cup granulated sugar1/4 cup butter, softened1 teaspoon vanilla extract1 large egg3/4 cup 1 percent low-fat milk2 large egg whites3 tablespoons granulated sugarFilling:1/2 cup granulated sugar3 tablespoons cornstarch1/8 teaspoon salt1 cup plus 2 tablespoons 1 percent low-fat milk1/3 cup egg substitute1 tablespoon butter1/2 teaspoon vanilla extractGlaze:2 ounces dark chocolate2 tablespoons 1% low-fat milk1/3 cup powdered sugar2 teaspoons Cointreau (orange-flavored liqueur) METHOD:1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.2. To prepare cake, coat bottom of a 9-inch round cake pan with cooking spray. Dust with 2 teaspoons cake flour; set aside.3. Weigh or lightly spoon 5 ounces (about 1 1/4 cups) flour into dry measuring cups; level with a knife. Combine flour, baking powder, and 1/4 teaspoon salt in a small bowl, stirring with a whisk. Place 1/2 cup granulated sugar and 1/4 cup butter in a large bowl, and beat with a mixer at medium speed until light and fluffy (about 5 minutes). Add 1 teaspoon vanilla and egg, beating until well blended. Add flour mixture and 3/4 cup milk alternately to sugar mixture, beginning and ending with flour mixture.4. Place egg whites in a medium bowl; beat with a mixer at high speed until foamy using clean, dry beaters. Gradually add 3 tablespoons granulated sugar, beating until stiff peaks form. Gently fold egg white mixture into batter; pour into prepared pan. Bake at 350���° for 35 minutes or until a wooden pick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool in pan 10 minutes; run a knife around outside edge. Remove from pan, and cool completely on a wire rack.5. To prepare filling, combine 1/2 cup granulated sugar, cornstarch, and 1/8 teaspoon salt in a medium saucepan. Gradually add 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons milk and egg substitute to pan, stirring with a whisk until well blended. Bring to a boil over medium heat, stirring constantly with a whisk until thick. Remove from heat; stir in 1 tablespoon butter and 1/2 teaspoon vanilla. Place pan in a large ice-filled bowl until custard cools to room temperature (about 15 minutes), stirring occasionally. 6. To prepare glaze, place chocolate and 2 tablespoons milk in a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave at HIGH 20 seconds or until chocolate melts. Add powdered sugar and liqueur, stirring with a whisk until smooth. 7. Split cake in half horizontally using a serrated knife; place bottom layer, cut side up, on a serving plate. Spread cooled filling evenly over bottom layer; top with remaining cake layer, cut side down. Spread glaze evenly over top cake layer.White & "Black Swan"-Striped CookiesCutting and stacking the dough creates alternating stripes of vanilla and chocolate pieces. For pinwheel variation, stack the two (12 x 8-inch) dough rectangles on top of each other, and roll up into a 12-inch-long cylinder as if you're making cinnamon rolls. Chill the roll before slicing.INGREDIENTS:Vanilla dough:1 1/4 cups all-purpose flour (about 5 1/2 ounces) 1/8 teaspoon salt1/2 cup powdered sugar1/4 cup butter, softened1 large egg yolk1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract2 tablespoons ice waterChocolate dough:3/4 cup all-purpose flour (about 3 1/3 ounces) 1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa1/8 teaspoon salt1 cup powdered sugar1/4 cup butter, softened1 large egg yolk1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract2 tablespoons ice waterMETHOD:To prepare vanilla dough, lightly spoon 1 1/4 cups flour into dry measuring cups; level with a knife. Combine 1 1/4 cups flour and 1/8 teaspoon salt, stirring well with a whisk. Place 1/2 cup sugar, 1/4 cup butter, and 1 egg yolk in a medium bowl; beat with a mixer at medium speed until smooth. Beat in 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla. Gradually add flour mixture to butter mixture, beating at low speed just until combined. Sprinkle 2 tablespoons ice water over surface of dough; beat just until moist. (Dough will be slightly crumbly.) Press dough into a 4-inch circle on plastic wrap; cover and chill 1 hour or until firm. To prepare chocolate dough, lightly spoon 3/4 cup flour into dry measuring cups; level with a knife. Combine 3/4 cup flour, cocoa, and 1/8 teaspoon salt, stirring well with a whisk. Place 1 cup sugar, 1/4 cup butter, and 1 egg yolk in a medium bowl; beat with a mixer at medium speed until smooth. Beat in 1/2 teaspoon vanilla. Gradually add cocoa mixture to butter mixture, beating at low speed just until combined. Sprinkle 2 tablespoons ice water over surface of dough; beat just until moist. Press dough into a 4-inch circle on plastic wrap; cover and chill 1 hour or until firm.Slightly overlap 2 sheets of plastic wrap on a slightly damp surface. Unwrap and place chilled vanilla dough on plastic wrap. Cover dough with 2 additional sheets of overlapping plastic wrap. Roll dough, still covered, into a 12 x 8-inch rectangle. Place dough in freezer 5 minutes or until plastic wrap can easily be removed. Remove top sheets of plastic wrap.Slightly overlap 2 sheets of plastic wrap on a slightly damp surface. Unwrap and place chilled chocolate dough on plastic wrap. Cover dough with 2 additional sheets of overlapping plastic wrap. Roll dough, still covered, into a 12 x 8-inch rectangle. Place dough in freezer 5 minutes or until plastic wrap can easily be removed. Remove top sheets of plastic wrap.Place vanilla dough on top of chocolate dough, plastic wrap side up. Remove plastic wrap from vanilla dough; turn dough over onto a lightly floured surface. Remove plastic wrap from chocolate dough. Cut dough stack in half crosswise to form 2 (8 x 6-inch) rectangles. Stack one rectangle on top of the other, alternating vanilla and chocolate doughs; wrap in plastic wrap. Freeze 10 minutes or until firm and plastic wrap can easily be removed.Cut the dough crosswise into 6 (6 x 1 1/3-inch) strips. Stack 2 strips on top of each other to form a stack, alternating vanilla and chocolate to form a striped pattern; wrap in plastic wrap, pressing gently. Repeat procedure with remaining 4 strips to form 2 stacks (there will be 3 stacks total). Chill 30 minutes or until very firm.Preheat oven to 375 degrees.Working with 1 stack at a time, unwrap dough. Carefully slice each stack into 12 slices. Place dough slices 2 inches apart on baking sheets lined with parchment paper. Bake at 375 degrees for 12 minutes. Cool on pans 5 minutes. Remove cookies from pans; cool completely on wire racks. Red Velvet Carpet CupcakesINGREDIENTS:Cupcakes:Cooking spray10 ounce cake flour (about 2 1/2 cups) 3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa1 teaspoon baking soda1 teaspoon baking powder1 teaspoon kosher salt1 1/2 cups granulated sugar6 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened2 large eggs1 1/4 cups nonfat buttermilk1 1/2 teaspoons white vinegar1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract2 tablespoons red food coloring (about 1 ounce)Frosting:5 tablespoons butter, softened4 teaspoons nonfat buttermilk1 (8-ounce) block cream cheese, softened3 1/2 cups powdered sugar (about 1 pound) 1 1/4 teaspoons vanilla extractMETHOD:1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.2. To prepare the cupcakes, place 30 paper muffin cup liners in muffin cups; coat with cooking spray.3. Weigh or lightly spoon cake flour into dry measuring cups; level with a knife. Combine cake flour, unsweetened cocoa, baking soda, baking powder, and salt in a medium bowl; stir with a whisk. Place granulated sugar and unsalted butter in a large bowl; beat with a mixer at medium speed until well blended (about 3 minutes). Add eggs, 1 at a time, beating well after each addition. Add flour mixture and 1 1/4 cups nonfat buttermilk alternately to sugar mixture, beginning and ending with flour mixture. Add white vinegar, 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla, and food coloring; beat well.4. Spoon batter into prepared muffin cups. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes or until a wooden pick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool in pan 10 minutes on wire rack; remove from pan. Cool completely on wire racks. 5. To prepare frosting, beat 5 tablespoons butter, 4 teaspoons nonfat buttermilk, and cream cheese with a mixer at high speed until fluffy. Gradually add powdered sugar; beat until smooth. Add 1 1/4 teaspoons vanilla; beat well. Spread frosting evenly over cupcakes.
Bikini Top for D Cups?
Bikini Top for D Cups?
Wear a halter top or a tankini. And they are cute too1. Why don't compression shorts have a cup pocket??Mine does. The name of the manufacturer is TRACE. It has a pouch for a cup to be inserted. Actually, it came with a cup which did not afford the protection that I wanted. So, it was simple to switch cups2. 1 3/4 cups 1 3/4 cups?3 cups and 1/23. What are some of the things you do to lead a more sustainable lifestyle?I use the squiggly light bulbs and as few lights as I can. Paper towels can be used, dried and used again if no mess is on them. I use cloths for messes and I know I save alot of paper towels. I wish they were never used. Cloth napkins are nicer to use than paper napkins. I never use paper plates or cups or aerosols that are not 100% environment friendly4. How many 2/3 cups are in 3 cups?The answer is 2Solution:- the 2/3 of 3 is2/3*3/1 so as 3 is in denominator in first and in numerator in latter so it gets cancel leaving behind only 2, which is the answer5. Which of the Stanley Cups is taken to the finals?Stanley Cup #2 is the one that is used for the finals presentation (has the Hall of Fame logo on the bottom) Stanley Cup #1 is the original bowl donated by Lord Stanley of Preston Stanley Cup #3 is the one on display at the Hockey Hall of Fame. The only difference between #2 and #3 is that in the case of #2, the metal plate on the bottom 'screws on' and has the Hall of Fame logo displayed and in #3, thge metal plate is 'pushed' into the base, and does not have the logo. The NHL and Hockey Hall of Fame consider all three Cups the are al' thing (although #3 is sometimes referred to as the replica cup....both #2 and #3 are replicas of #1)6. Is it possible that a 2 year old sucks on a sippy cup so much that is the reason he had two of his front teeth removed?I agree with the others-- It was the junk the kid was getting. When my seven- and four-year-olds were that age, they got water mostly. Soy milk with meals, and occasionally juice, which was watered down so it was essentially juice flavored water. Even now, they rarely get the others. Well, they still get the soy milk with meals. They do get soda and lemonade on occasion, such as when we eat out. Even then, the soda is either Sierra Mist or Sprite. Not great, but at least it does not have the artificial colors. My kids went through a few of those water cups that look like take out cups, but they kept breaking. (Perhaps it was because we kept buying them at the Dollar Tree...) Finally, I was at the Dollar Tree and saw the cups that look like take out coffee cups and bought one for my daughter. Much sturdier. I got one for my son as well, though he uses one of the straws that were in the other cups. For myself, I use either a 32 ounce thermal cup from a Pilot gas station or the hospital water cup I got at the hospital when I had surgery to remove two very large ovarian cysts. (In the Pilot cup I have a straw that came from a larger water cup.)7. Booty workouts to get a bigger butt?Measure available that bowl of cereal or perhaps oatmeal, including the fruit, insane, maple syrup, milk, and yogurt you complement it. Have a set of measuring cups and spoons available instead of eyeballing8. Teens: What are your worst eating habits?My worst food habit is measuring out all of my food with scales, cups, measuring spoons, or whatever else I would need..to know exactly how many calories I am consuming. I think it is more of an obsession than a bad habit though. And also, I basically run off of caffeine because I do not get much sleep. I drink way too much coffee and diet soda.
What's a Good Dessert I Can Make for at Least 30 People?
Custard pudding will go great with Cake Ice Cream and Cookies and is easy to make as well. You can make it poorable or you can make it so it stiffens up and poor it into throw away plastic cups. It will give a nice shape when they come out.1. How do you entertain an extremely active 5 year old for 5 days?Wow. Here are some ideas: -Try a treasure hunt. It does not have to be elaborate, and the "treasure" can just be an old toy or a neat-looking tool that you have lying around. Use picture clues for a non-reader. The more clues you make, the longer it may keep him going! Then, see if he would want to make a treasure hunt for you or one of the younger children. -Water play. Fill the sink with warm water and get out plastic cups of various shapes, the turkey baster if you have one, measuring spoons, and so forth. Let him stand on a chair to play. -Pillow forts and chair tents. Use a sheet to make a tent with kitchen chairs. Let him pretend to cook, have a campout, etc. -Paint with water, if it's not too cold. (I've kept 10 3-year-olds occupied with this!) Give him a paintbrush and a bowl of water, and let him "paint" the porch, the side of the house, the sidewalk, etc. The water will make it look like he's actually painting. -If you can get some old boxes, make a rocket ship/car/house/pirate ship or whatever he's interested in. I hope this helps. Try to take quiet moments for yourself this week whenever you can. Being on your own all day can be rough!2. What are some good dog cake recipes for my dogs birthday?Aww That is so sweet!.......I love that u are going to do that for your pooch..Here is a recipe i like: 1. Ingredience (sorry can not spell) 2 cups whole-wheat flour 1 tbsp. baking powder 1 cup peanut butter (chunky or smooth) 1 cup milk Preheat oven to 375'F. In a bowl, combine flour and baking powder. In another bowl, mix peanut butter and milk, then add to dry ingredients and mix well. Place dough on a lightly floured surface and knead. Roll dough to 1/4 inch thickness and use a cookie cutter to cut out shapes. Bake for 20 minutes on a greased baking sheet until lightly brown. Cool on a rack, then store in an airtight container. --- 2. Ingrediance 2 cartons plain or vanilla yogurt (32 oz each) 1 small can tuna in water (8oz.) 2 tsp. garlic power 24 3 oz. plastic cups (not paper) Open yogurt, if they are full to the top use a spoon & scoop out one cup (these will be frozen as plain yogurt). Put half of the can of tuna in each yogurt container add the garlic power (1 tsp. in each) & stir thoroughly. Use a spoon & scoop the mixture into the cups. Place on a tray & freeze overnight. Makes about 24 treats. 3. Ingrediance: 1 pkg. dry yeast 1/4 cup warm water(110-115F.) 1 1/2 cups whole wheat flour 1 cup flour 1 pkg. unflavored gelatin 1 cup dry milk powder 1/4 cup corn oil 1 egg 6 oz pet food,canned 1/4 cup water Dissolve yeast in 1/4 cup warm water. Mix all dry ingredients together. Add the rest of the ingredients . (Dough will be very stiff. Drop dough by level half-teaspoons onto ungreased cookie sheet. Bake in a preheated 300F. oven 25 minutes. Leave in oven to dry and cool. Store in airtight container. 4. Ingrediance: 2/3 cup ripe mashed bananas 1/2 cup softened butter 3 large eggs 3/4 cup water 2 cups Unbleached Flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda 2 teaspoons cinnamon 1/2 cup chopped pecans Frosting: 2 cup mashed banana 1 tablespoon butter 6 tablespoon carob flour 2 teaspoons vanilla 3 tablespoon unbleached flour 1 teaspoon cinnamon Cake: In mixing bowl, beat together mashed banana and butter until creamy. Add eggs and water. Beat well. Stir in dry ingredients. Beat until smooth. Add nuts. Spoon batter evenly into oiled and floured bundt pan. Bake at 350 degrees for about 35 minutes. Cool on wire rack 5 minutes, remove from pan, replace on rack and cool. Frosting: Blend thoroughly and spread on cool cake. Sprinkle with chopped pecans. The frosting contains carob, which is a safe (almost tastes like) chocolate substitute. 5. Ingrediance: 1 cup water 1 cube chicken or beef boillion (dog's favorite) 4 small pieces of chicken or beef Disolve boillion in water and tear meat into smaller pieces about 1/2 inch squares. Freeze for about 12 hours or until solid. Great for hot days!! 6. Ingrediance: 1 large apple 1/4 cup honey 1/2 cup of water 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1 cup oatmeal 1 1/2 cups whole wheat flour 1/8 cup whole wheat flour Directions: Preheat oven to 350 F (180 C). Core, slice and mince the apple (use a food processor if you have one). In a large bowl, combine the minced apple bits, honey, water, cinnamon, and oatmeal. Gradually blend in the wheat flour, adding enough to form a stiff dough. In a small bowl, add 1/8 cup wheat flour. Spoon the dough by rounded teaspoon onto ungreased baking sheets, spacing about 2 inches (5cm) apart. Using the bottom of a glass dipped in the wheat flour (to prevent sticking), flatten each spoonful of dough into a circle. Adjust the size of the drops based on how big a treat you like to feed your dog. Bake for 30 minutes. Remove from oven and flip each cookie to brown evenly on both sides. Reduce oven temperature to 325 F (180 C). Return to oven and bake for an additional 30 minutes. Let cool overnight. Makes about 3 dozen crunchy cookies, depending on how big you make them. ------Good Luck!------ And tell your pup Happy B-day for me!3. What are some great halloween recipes?Websites if possible?one of my fav growing up was "mud and worms" Chocolate Ice Cream or Chocolate pudding Chocolate Cookie Crumbs Gummy Worms or other Gummy Bugs of choice 6 or 8 ounce plastic cups (preferably clear) Fill plastic cups 3/4 full with either softened Chocolate Ice Cream or Instant Chocolate Pudding. If using pudding, refrigerate as directed before continuing. Lay 4, 5 or 6 gummy worms in the cup so they hang over the side a bit and then cover them with enough chocolate cookie crumbs to not quite fill the cup. This gives the very cool effect of worms or bugs crawling out of a cup full of dirt but tastes a whole lot better than that. and if you want to add a blood look at cherrys diced up
Disposable Coffee Cups and Carrier Bags Are Just the Start When It Comes to Tackling Our Plastic Pro
Britain disposes of enough single-use plastic waste in a year to fill the Albert Hall 1,000 times, the Prime Minister said in a speech this week. It was an eye-catching statement, delivered alongside a grandiose plan that has been immediately criticised for being heavy on rhetoric but conspicuously light on everything else.Crucially, the central commitment to eradicate plastic waste was given a generous 25-year timeframe that lies well-beyond Theresa May’s political shelf-life. It also came with an enormous caveat - only “avoidable” plastic waste is covered.But what exactly does avoidable mean in this context? The plan says little on that fundamental point but according to recycling experts there are some clear examples of products that could be cut almost overnight without hurting businesses or consumers.Latte levies, carrier bag charges and plastic bottle deposit schemes are a “distraction” from much bigger issues, says Simon Mountain, director of Mid UK Recycling, which processes waste from homes across Lincolnshire as well as some London boroughs.None of the policies address the key issue that billions of items thrown into recycling bins each year simply can’t be recycled, at least not economically. Often the reason is simply that they are designed with aesthetics in mind rather than the planet.Other items that are churned out and chucked away by thehundreds of millions present much bigger problems than coffee cups for recycling plants, says Mountain. Wet wipes, sandwich boxes, drinking straws and pet food pouches are among the top offenders.Pouches used for soups, pet foodand Capri-sun use two types of plastic with a foil layer inside, making them “completely unrecyclable” unless they are entirely segregated out from other items and then put through a complex process using microwaves to cook off all of the different materials at their respective boiling temperatures. Needless to say, that’s expensive and uses up a lot of energy.While they may be convenient, pouches have replaced something altogether easier to recycle. The humble food tin andaluminium can are both easy to process. They can be picked out with magnets, melted down and reused an almost unlimited number of times.Our ever-expanding appetite for food on the go is one of the biggest sources of problematic plastic waste.We spent £8bnon ready-made sandwiches in 2017 but their containers are a particular bugbear at for recycling plants. Not only are they made from laminated card that makes separating plastic from paper extremely difficult, but they have a see-through window made from an entirely different type of plastic.“They keep banging on about a latte levy but if they are going to do that they should have a sandwich pack levy as well,”says Mountain.Sandwich packaging is another example of industry going backwards. Older containers, made entirely from clear plastic, were far simpler to reprocess, says Mountain.It’s not just in the world of food where convenience has been our downfall. Wet wipes, in all their scented, antibacterial, throwaway glory, are a “big no-no”, says Mountain.“They’re basically a woven plastic,” he says.“If you look under a microscope, they’re fibrous so they don’t break down and they maintain their moisture, but they just don’t rot. People throw them in the recycling bin thinking they’re going to be recyclable.“Well there is just no way it’s going to happen.”The 70 million plastic straws estimated to end up in landfill each year aren’t recycled for the simple reason that they are too small.“I have no interest in ever recycling straws,” says Mountain.When the contents of an average household recycling bin ends up at a processing plant, materials are separated, either by hand or with a machine that uses a near-infrared beam to size up what’s on the conveyor belt. Bigger items are much easier to pick out.The process is either labour-intensive or requires a large investment in machinery. With recycled plastic selling between £35 and £75 per tonne, picking out straws isn’t cost effective.Another convenient food item - the sauce sachet- presents a double whammy of bad news for recycling plants. Not only are they tiny, they’re also made from multiple materials: plastic outer layer with a lining made of foil or a different plastic. Cotton buds cause similar issues.Much of the problem isn’t down to the fact that individual items can’t be recycled, but that they just aren’t being sorted properly so get sent to an incinerator.Many of the estimated half a billion plant pots in circulationin the UK will end up in landfill because they’re a different kind of plastic to food packaging which makes up much of our waste, says Stephen Cameron, sales director atSWRnewstar, which provides waste management and recycling services to some of the UK's biggest businesses.So what can firms do to combat the problem?First, there needs to be a rethink on the variety of plastics we use in the UK, says Mountain. Lessdifferent types of plastics and simpler product designs would mean rapid improvements in recycling rates.A move towards biodegradable plastics made from starch polymers could also help, says Cameron. “There are a number of compostable ‘grab and go’ packaging options available on the market; including, hot drink cups, plastic salad boxes, deli pots among others,” he points out. But they are no panacea. The packaging breaks down quickly but it is still single use and the materials are not recovered.TheUK needs large-scale investment to increase the number of commercial composting sites required to process these relatively new materials. A greater number of specific collections to take waste to composting are also required because compostable plastics can ruin a whole batch of traditional plastic recycling if the two types are mixed, Mountain says.Economic incentives also need to be radically altered. Manufacturers must be encouraged to use recovered material in new products, says Richard Kirkman, chief innovation officer at Veolia UK and Ireland. When the oil price is low, “virgin” plastics are often cheaper than recycled ones.A study this week by MoneySavingExpert.com found that more than half of a sample of different vegetables taken from supermarkets were cheaper to buy wrapped in plastic than loose. In this context the Government’s proposal to encourage plastic-free aisles seems far too weak to usher in the radical change to consumer behaviour that's needed.Much higher taxes on plastic packaging, and stronger measures for hard-to-recycle items are needed, says Mountain.“Very easily, the Government could say to retailers: ‘we do not allow this material, it’s not helpful, it’s not sustainable, it’s not recyclable’ and ban it.”
Content Creation Hacks: How to Quickly Create Shareable Content
You need good content, and you need it right now. There are plenty of reasons why you might have an urgent need for content. If you're new to content marketing, and are just now creating your presence, you want to create engaging content quickly. You might have also been distracted by other, pressing business needs and simply gotten behind on creating good content. No matter what your reason is, these content creation hacks will help you go push out great content that your audience will be eager to share.Get Your Users to Create Content for YouIf you need content created quickly that will also be shared, crowdsourcing is definitely an option to consider. Crowdsourced or user generated content is exactly what it sounds like. You give your followers an incentive to share pictures, videos, stories, or advice that is relevant to your brand. That incentive can be tangible, such as access to premium content or a discount offer. It can also be something as simple as recognition.One of the most successful user generated content campaigns was Starbuck's White Cup contest. Consumers were invited to tap into their creative sides by drawing on their coffee cups, snapping a picture, and submitting the results. The prize was that the winner's cup would become the basis for a new Starbuck's cup.Of course, that might not be fast enough for you. In which case, you might consider a technique that has faster turnaround time. For example, you could come up with a daily theme and ask your followers to submit content related to that theme. For example, 'Tuesday Tips' could be a recurring theme where you share tips from your audience that are related to your products.Modernize Old ContentCreating content from scratch is great, but you're looking for faster solutions. So, why not consider rebooting your old content with some new features, or repurposing it into something new. One possibility is to text old blog posts and modernize them by turning them into infographics. How to posts can be turned into instructional videos. You can even mine your files for content that you've never made available to your followers. Check out your old PowerPoint presentations, for example, you might have something in there that could be uploaded and shared.Another option is to take old content and make it relevant for today. Maybe you posted a blog of product related tips a couple of years ago. You could do a 2.0 version with information that has been updated. If you've previously posted an interview or a news article, you could share a brief follow up. People really like, 'whatever happened to' stories. You never know what might become of content that you've decided to revitalized.Find Great Content to ShareDon't dismiss curation as a viable option when you need to get content out to your audience quickly. Yes, you will benefit the creator of that content as much as you benefit yourself, but this is a great way to bulk up thin content offerings. If you find the right content to curate, you'll get more visitors to your social media pages, and that will result in more focus on your original content as well.Knock Out a Few List Posts'Listicles' might have more than their fair share of critics, and let's be honest there are lots of lame list articles out there, but they are useful. First of all, they are hugely popular. People will read them, and they will share them. In addition to this, you can knock out a list post pretty quickly. After all, people aren't looking for loads of details when they open up a top ten list. They just want the rankings and a little bit of information.Use Tools and Resources to Create Shareable Content QuicklySometimes, the trick isn't really a trick at all. You simply have to either become better at doing something or leverage tools to help you create content more efficiently. A well selected tool can make it easier for you to produce content, proofread and edit that content, publish that content, and promote it. You can also use tools to create stunning visual content that is sure to get shared. You can also use tools to help you curate content. Here are just a few tools that can help you get your content out to your audience quickly.Pinterest - Pin interesting content quickly to share with your followers laterAllTop - Find the top trending stories, from a variety of sources, covering a wide array of topicsApester - Create interactive content that creates engagement and gives followers an incentive to shareEasel.ly - A web based tool that you can use to create the most shared type of content of all, infographicsYou have more reasons to give these tools a chance, than to look for a list of the best writing services in the first place. What else?Create a Social Media QuizWhich Disney princess are you? Do you know how to keep your computer safe from hackers? Which television mom are you? Where should you go on vacation this year? These aren't just random questions, they are topics of social media quizzes. If you spend much time on social media at all, you probably see the results of these quizzes posted by your friends and family members quite frequently.This is because interactive content is extraordinarily popular. It's also easy to create. Find the right tool, and you can create and share a social media quiz that your audience will love. Just be sure to find a balance between creating a quiz that is interesting and that highlights how you are capable of solving your audience's real world problems.ConclusionThese content creation hacks are great options if you have an urgent need to create, distribute, and promote content quickly without sacrificing quality. Before you know it, your audience will be engaged and eagerly clicking the share button.
Call for 'latte Levy' to Cut Cup Waste Is Backed by MPs ...
Calls to make people pay more to use disposable coffee cups - a plan already being considered in Wales - have been taken up by a committee of MPs. They want UK ministers to impose a 25p "latte levy" per cup, on top of the coffee price, to fund better recycling and reprocessing systems.The UK throws away 2.5bn coffee cups each year, the committee was told.Welsh ministers are considering asking for powers to tax the cups and other plastics that are difficult to recycle.Disposable coffee cups can be tricky to recycle because most are made with a combination of paper and plastic.The report, by the Commons' Environmental Audit Committee, calls for better labelling for consumers, and for UK ministers to introduce measures to make sure all coffee cups are recycled within five years. Committee member Anna McMorrin, Labour MP for Cardiff North, said: "We all use them, but as the committee discovered hardly any are recycled and most are littered, resulting in 2.5bn a year being thrown away."That's enough to circle the planet five and a half times."Ms McMorrin said the Welsh Government had "led the way in the UK" by introducing a charge for carrier bags and "we've seen single-use carrier bag usage drop by 71%"."That's why the committee believes that introducing a 25p charge on disposable coffee cups could have the same impact on consumer behaviour, and encourage people to carry their own reusable coffee cup."She added: "With the coffee shop market expanding rapidly, and more coffee cups being produced, we now have the opportunity to kick start a revolution in recycling. "We need coffee cup producers, distributors and governments to take urgent action to rectify this - and if they can't achieve this by 2023, then they should be banned."But Mike Turner, of the Paper Cup Alliance, said they were the most sustainable and safe solution for drinks on-the-go. "The paper cups we manufacture in the UK are sustainably sourced, responsibly produced, recyclable and, through a number of facilities, are being recycled. We are committed to increasing recycling rates," he said."Taxing the morning coffee run will not address the issue of litter, but it will hurt consumers and impact already struggling high streets."Welsh Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford has said he will take proposals to UK ministers, based on one of four possible options for a new Welsh tax, later this year.The three alternatives to a disposable plastic tax are a tax on vacant land, one to fund social care and a tourism tax.The proposals would require approval from assembly members, the UK government and Parliament before they could be implemented.Plaid Cymru climate change spokesman Simon Thomas said: "I'm confident the best option is to have a polluter pays principle when it comes to taxation and introduce a plastic levy. This could easily include coffee cups."
Hobart Airport One of Six Airports in Australia to Receive Level 2 Carbon Accreditation
To mark Earth Day on Monday, Hobart Airport has announced it has received Level 2 Airport Carbon Accreditation.Hobart Airport is one of six airports in Australia with a Level 2 accreditation from the global program that encourages and rewards airports for neutralising their carbon footprint.Environment Manager Kirsten Leggett said she was thrilled to see their environment work recognised on a global scale."It is a real testament to our entire organisation and the commitment or our team towards becoming a more environmentally sustainable airport," Ms Leggett said."With our Carbon Management Plan now in place to guide and measure our future environmental efforts, we hope to keep up this momentum."We have our sights on achieving a Level 3 Accreditation in the coming years." Hobart Airport was awarded Level 1 Mapping Accreditation in 2017, and were upgraded to Level 2 following a reduction in energy and water use, fuel consumption and waste generation.The airport has recently introduced a three-stream waste management in the terminal, segregating recycling, organics and general waste and was the first airport in Australia to introduce a low-power High Intensity Approach and taxiway system, using Light-Emitting Diode lighting in the runway extension project.Ms Leggett said the airport has already observed outstanding rates of success in segregating waste generated within the terminal and diverting waste from landfill."We have also been working with our food and beverage tenants to introduce compostable packaging and coffee cups at all outlets, which is now disposed of as organic waste," Ms Leggett said."Moving forward, we plan to implement more sustainable practices including arrangements to phase out plastic straws." The airport will release its Annual Environmental Report summary by the end of the year.
Are Takeaway Coffee Cups Recyclable?
A study from the University of Victoria in Canada created a 'break-even' matrix for the energy inputs in production of disposable paper cups compared with reusable plastic, glass and ceramic cups. It found that you would need to use a glass reusable cup 15 times before it becomes equally energy efficient to a paper cup.Do I bake my cupcakes with the paper cups in the tins??No, you can use the paper cups or you can use foil cups. They do not burn. I've used them beforeHow can I get the buyers for paper cups in India?Probably use the strongest mode of communication. THE GREAT INTERNETCan I Bake Cupcakes Without Paper Cups?if you need them to remain fresh till your party, youre better off buying those paper wrappers. In a pinch, you can spray the muffin tins with spray oil and bake them but you run the risk of some of the cupcakes breaking when you remove them from the pan.Cupcakes recipe without Paper Cups?just use shortening on your muffin panIs it considered impolite to bring nothing but a bottle of soda and paper cups to a potluck, and still help yourself to full plates of what others have cooked or paid more money for?A pot luck is just that, a plate of food, but if you are going to bring drinks, it should be more than just one bottleDoes using paper cups and bags in fastfood really help?well u r reuseing ritean you just only use paper cups for cupcakes instead of using the pan itself?there is a good chance that if you do not have a 9 x 13 pan with 2 inch high sides to place all the cupcake papers together tightly in, then the batter will push the papers out and they will make a mess. Put the papers tightly together in the pan and then put the batter in them, good luck. Icing: 1/2 cup softened butter, 8 oz of softened brick cream cheese, 5 cups of icing sugar, 1 teaspoon of vanilla. Mix all together with a wooden spoon or an electric mixer on low.How do you know what paper cups to recycle?there made of paper? idkkWhen baking cupcakes, how much batter do you put in the paper cups?fill the cup a third of the way updo coffee spots(starbucks,etc.)allow ppl to bring mugs so that we can save paper cups?Yup, they sure do. Most coffee shops actually encourage it. They will probably charge you for the size that most closely matches your mug. And for shopping, the most earth-friendly way is the canvas tote. Before I had totes, I would bring my own plastic and paper shopping bags from previous trips and just reuse them until they were too worn out. We shop at a grocery store where you do your own bagging, so the concept was not too ridiculous.is there any hydrophobic material to be used on paper cups? [closed]The paper cups I have seen already have wax on the inside to prevent water from soaking the paperdo you need to put paper cups in a muffin tray when you want to bake cupcakes?No, you are never required to use the little baking cups, but make sure your muffin tin is well greased inside the cups or you may have quite a bit of trouble extracting your cupcakesCan paper plates, paper towels, paper cups, and plastic silverwear be recycled? I usually throw this away.?As long as it's clean/dry all of the above is re-recyclablewhat experiment can i do with 2 paper cups?Two cups, a length of string; and you got a telephone. Two cups balanced on the end of a popcycle stick, can be a measuring scale, or on a pencil point act like a wind rotor.why cant paper cups and plates b recycled?they can be unless they have food that cant be gotten off. Who told you this?Where can you buy SHALLOW plastic or paper cups to make jello shots with?i am not sure, but try a party store or a drugstore
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