Tasty Farmhouse May Be Right Recipe for a Move

Tommy Barker reports on a colourful farmhouse on the property menu.FOOD, glorious food has come out of the kitchen and fireplace hearth at The Yellow House. The Co Cork farmhouse has been home for the past decade to food historian and writer Regina Sexton, and is a handy 15-minute drive from her UCC history department day job. After years of work and improvements, this tasty roadside farmhouse near Cloghroe and Vicarstown, on the Blarney side of the city, is up for the taking, hitting the market last week with estate agent Noelle Morrison who guides it at €550,000. Good sites are making close to this sort of sum anywhere within 10 miles of Cork city, and The Yellow House has a grand wedge-shaped site of one-third of an acre plus orchard, with a stream to the side, a wonderful Victorian-style glass house has been fashioned by a skilled carpenter who also worked on the kitchen and other furnishing items, and there's a clatter of old sheds and outbuildings, ideal for the serial (or cereal) hoarder. It already bears the strong stamp of individual and colourful personality, but as some rooms are still 'works in progress,' and it all needs a bit more spending, a new owner will also get the chance to put their own firm mark on the place. Bought about 10 years ago it had been extended to the side and rear in previous decades and ownerships, but now has had its original old cottage/farmhouse feel restored to it. Its walls were roughly plastered and whitewashed, the old fireplace is a big-beam mantled affair with crane from Co Armagh in pride of place, frequently used by Regina as part of her recreated recipe researches, and there's a warm, stripped pine feel to the place which will satisfy those looking for the country experience. The traditional-shaped farmhouse has two upper floor bedrooms, plus modernised bathroom, all with sloping ceilings, and there's a fine wide landing, too, testament to the time when this house had three first floor bedrooms, since re-worked to make for larger rooms. This landing is home to a tall settle bed, a robust bit of vernacular furniture (when it comes to Irish pine furniture, Regina knows her onions) which sees the one piece double and treble up in uses, at one moment a bench, the lower part hinges to provide a short bed, and the back swings down to become a table.Someone will make a fortune by re-designing a modern take on the adaptable settle for space-pressed apartment dwellers. Downstairs, Victorian floor tiles have been laid in the hallway, the unfinished room is a good 15' square with window opes on two sides. The other living room is a cosy timepiece with its inglenook fireplace, there's a study and optional third bedroom, while the kitchen/dining room is across the back of the house, under a sloping ceiling. Here, capacious new wall units have been craftily made in old style, with bounteous harvests on display, and nary a charred medieval food artefact to be seen. The floor is tiled, cooking is via gas, and the ambience level is high: it's not surprising to hear of garden parties catering for dozens of guests, some of whom may be tempted to self-cater from the dozen or so apple trees in the rear orchard. The Yellow House is on the public bus route from Cork city out towards Kanturk, Regina's native Donoghmore is just out the road (her father, a baker, hailed from there) and her directions from Cork city sound a bit like a pub crawl: "go past the Angler's Rest, past Muskerry Golf Club and the Wayside Inn, past Blairs' Inn, and past the old bar called the Fountain." Buy the Yellow House, and raise the bar further yourself.

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Paddy Burt: the Crown at Whitebrook in Gwent
THE Crown at Whitebrook Hotel and Restaurant - perched high above a narrow winding road amid beautiful wooded scenery in the Wye Valley - is the sort of building you'd expect to find in the London suburbs rather than in this deep-country setting. "In its brochure, the Crown describes itself as a 'romantic auberge'," I say, disappointed. "Maybe it's romantic inside?" suggests my husband. When we push open the door of a modern extension leading off the car park, our hopes are dashed. But on reaching the reception area we spot a large sitting-room beyond, overflowing with comfortable old sofas and armchairs, and a beamed ceiling that spells auberge. We cheer up at once.A man, hovering in his office, dashes out to greet us. He is the proprietor, Roger Bates, whose wife, Sandra, runs the kitchen (awarded three rosettes by the AA). The affable Roger takes us, via a back staircase, to a neat first-floor room. Although we weren't expecting luxury accommodation, we're a mite disappointed by this room's compactness. Roger fusses around, assuring us that if we want anything we only have to ask.Yes. Arnica! So compact is it in here that I soon have an impressive bruise acquired by banging my knee each time I wiggle through the small gap between knee-high bedpost knob and wardrobe. (The knob's only other purpose, as far as I can see, is to provide a decorative distraction from the otherwise utilitarian suite of ginger pine furniture.) The bathroom is also small but I can forgive it anything so long as the water's hot. It is.Eating in a three-rosette restaurant requires three-rosette clothes. Emerging suitably clad, we find that the sitting-room is now full. Grabbing a space, we watch Roger doing a fair impression of Tommy Cooper, dashing from sofa to armchair, from armchair to sofa, dispensing bonhomie and menus. At last, he dashes in our direction. "Why not have an apéritif while browsing through the menu?" he suggests. An excellent idea. Off he dashes.The rosettes give me the confidence to consider something I usually avoid: venison. I figure a roast loin of it will be served pink and thinly sliced and the unusual-sounding fig tart accompanying it will be more than edible. But café au lait sauce?"Of course, it hasn't really got coffee in it, though, er, some people have been put off by that description. The sauce is actually made from a reduction of the meat juices with cream stirred into it, which makes it - er - look like café au lait. And the venison is served very rare and very tender - melt in the mouth."Five minutes later, Roger's back. He has the air of someone who expects something disastrous to happen at any moment. I resist the temptation to say: "Oh, by the way, I'm here from the Telegraph to review your hotel"; and order the venison (£1.50 supplement) instead.From where I'm sitting, I've got a view of the action-packed restaurant. But, when our turn comes, we're led through the action to the overflow department, an empty, brightly lit, characterless conservatory with metal stacking chairs and curtains open to the night. "It's freezing - the radiator's not on," I wail. "Freezing?" Wiping his brow, Roger dashes off to placate this awkward customer.The conservatory may not be charismatic, but the food is. Welsh goat's-cheese tart topped with herb-nut crumble is so good I eat it slowly to make it last. And soon the room is warming up and filling up. Next to us is a young, professional-looking couple exchanging words of love in Welsh. Well, I suppose they could have been discussing the state of the Stock Exchange.The venison, accompanied by roast chestnuts, is sensational, even if the café au lait is espresso-coloured - did they forget the cream? "And you?" I ask my husband. "Great carpaccio of beef salad," he says, "and this 'trio of pork' dish - pork sausage, stuffed pork fillet and crisp belly - is very good. too. A touch gimmicky, but . . . "The "but" is our identical side plates of vegetables - in a restaurant of this calibre we'd expect them to be chosen to complement each dish. Puddings are good and seriously alcoholic. But what a pity to eat such a superlative meal in these dismal surroundings. The whole experience of dining here should be important, not just the food.We've more niggles. There's no TV remote - irritating when the television's on top of the wardrobe. Positively infuriating is the lack of hot water next morning, meaning we come down for breakfast unbathed and unshowered. Stewed coffee - the result of being left standing in a jug on the Cona machine - is another turn-off, along with indifferent orange juice. And - sigh - on our return, the bucket of cleaning materials is still outside our door and the cleaning cupboard door is still wide open.
Yurts so Good - Winnipeg Free Press
Hey there, time traveller!This article was published 9/7/2009 (3617 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.NUTIMIK LAKE - Manitoba is known for strange ethnic fusions, from foods like "Peking perogies" you find in some Winnipeg restaurants, to Red River jig music that blended early aboriginal-French-Scottish musical traditions.But mixing the shelters used by wandering Asian nomads, with Manitoba's lake experience?Yurts so good, as far as many Manitobans are concerned.Yurts are dome-shaped structures that have been popping up around lake country in provincial parks.For more than 30 years, the province has quietly provided "affordable" cottages for people to rent who might not otherwise have the financial means to do so.In 2005, the NDP government ramped up that program by introducing yurts - portable buildings used by the nomadic peoples of Central Asia, although ones in Manitoba are permanent. The opportunity to enjoy the lake experience is, after all, almost a Manitoba birthright.Actually, the province dove into yurt construction in a big way, putting up 50 in seven campgrounds in provincial parks across Manitoba since the first ones in 2005 at Nutimik Lake, an hour-and-a-half drive east of Winnipeg in Whiteshell Provincial Park.They're a hit, says Tracey Elbourne, Manitoba Conservation head of recreational programs."We have had such absolutely positive feedback. People love them," she said.On the financial side, yurts cost taxpayers about $18,500, and that includes the rustic pine furniture inside and various additions like the outside deck. The yurts pay off in less than five years.The yurts are bare-bones buildings, just like the province's cabin programs. They are one large room, with electricity but no running water or bathrooms, and cooking and eating must be done outside, just like camping.For Neil and Mindy Corrigan and their five children under about nine years of age, yurting is the way to go."For a family our size, you'd have to have a caravan to haul all our gear" if that included tents, chairs, mattresses and camping gear, said Neil, who rented a yurt at Nutimik Lake this week.And your first day would be spent setting up your camp. "With yurts, you just plunk yourself in and you're good to go."It's a bit of a squeeze, however. To accommodate seven people, the yurt they rented has two double bunk beds and a futon that converts into a bed."For us, it's a little cramped," said Mindy, admitting that their first night was "horrible. But we can cram ourselves in. We're used to squishing."You bring your own sleeping bags, food, pillows, dishes, cooking utensils and Coleman stove, unless you prefer to cook over the fire pit. Provincial yurts rent for $44.80 per night, tax included, about $25 more than a serviced campsite. But the yurt "is so much worth it to us," Mindy said.The Corrigans have been regular yurt renters since 2005. They also rent the provincial cabins on occasion, which are also mostly just one room."The Hecla and Camp Morton cabins are fantastic. They are cabins, but the prices are a lot cheaper than private ones," Mindy said. The Camp Morton cabins rent for as high as $74.74 per night for six people, but also have indoor toilets and running water.At Hecla, a six-person cabin rents for $45.02, without indoor plumbing but with a small fridge and stovetop for cooking and with an attached screened gazebo.Hecla also has a four-person cabin for $37.30, and even tiny two-person cabins for $29.57 per night. There are 33 provincial cabins in total.Families seem to take the most advantage of the province's deals. "The original intent of the cabins way back when was to provide affordable recreation facilities to families. And certainly we've kept true to that theme," Elbourne said.But the facilities are by no means limited to families or people on a budget. They're open to everyone, and seniors as well as couples and youths rent them.The province has also spread the yurts around. They are now in provincial parks at Asessippi (Russell-Roblin area), Bakers Narrows (south of Flin Flon), Camp Morton (Lake Winnipeg), Clearwater Lake (north of The Pas), Nutimik (Whiteshell), Spruce Woods (Carberry), and Stephenfield (Carman). Cabins are at Camp Morton and Hecla Island.Bookings start at the beginning of February and there are still openings, but not for four or five days in a row, Elbourne said.
Paddy Burt: the Crown at Whitebrook in Gwent
THE Crown at Whitebrook Hotel and Restaurant - perched high above a narrow winding road amid beautiful wooded scenery in the Wye Valley - is the sort of building you'd expect to find in the London suburbs rather than in this deep-country setting. "In its brochure, the Crown describes itself as a 'romantic auberge'," I say, disappointed. "Maybe it's romantic inside?" suggests my husband. When we push open the door of a modern extension leading off the car park, our hopes are dashed. But on reaching the reception area we spot a large sitting-room beyond, overflowing with comfortable old sofas and armchairs, and a beamed ceiling that spells auberge. We cheer up at once.A man, hovering in his office, dashes out to greet us. He is the proprietor, Roger Bates, whose wife, Sandra, runs the kitchen (awarded three rosettes by the AA). The affable Roger takes us, via a back staircase, to a neat first-floor room. Although we weren't expecting luxury accommodation, we're a mite disappointed by this room's compactness. Roger fusses around, assuring us that if we want anything we only have to ask.Yes. Arnica! So compact is it in here that I soon have an impressive bruise acquired by banging my knee each time I wiggle through the small gap between knee-high bedpost knob and wardrobe. (The knob's only other purpose, as far as I can see, is to provide a decorative distraction from the otherwise utilitarian suite of ginger pine furniture.) The bathroom is also small but I can forgive it anything so long as the water's hot. It is.Eating in a three-rosette restaurant requires three-rosette clothes. Emerging suitably clad, we find that the sitting-room is now full. Grabbing a space, we watch Roger doing a fair impression of Tommy Cooper, dashing from sofa to armchair, from armchair to sofa, dispensing bonhomie and menus. At last, he dashes in our direction. "Why not have an apéritif while browsing through the menu?" he suggests. An excellent idea. Off he dashes.The rosettes give me the confidence to consider something I usually avoid: venison. I figure a roast loin of it will be served pink and thinly sliced and the unusual-sounding fig tart accompanying it will be more than edible. But café au lait sauce?"Of course, it hasn't really got coffee in it, though, er, some people have been put off by that description. The sauce is actually made from a reduction of the meat juices with cream stirred into it, which makes it - er - look like café au lait. And the venison is served very rare and very tender - melt in the mouth."Five minutes later, Roger's back. He has the air of someone who expects something disastrous to happen at any moment. I resist the temptation to say: "Oh, by the way, I'm here from the Telegraph to review your hotel"; and order the venison (£1.50 supplement) instead.From where I'm sitting, I've got a view of the action-packed restaurant. But, when our turn comes, we're led through the action to the overflow department, an empty, brightly lit, characterless conservatory with metal stacking chairs and curtains open to the night. "It's freezing - the radiator's not on," I wail. "Freezing?" Wiping his brow, Roger dashes off to placate this awkward customer.The conservatory may not be charismatic, but the food is. Welsh goat's-cheese tart topped with herb-nut crumble is so good I eat it slowly to make it last. And soon the room is warming up and filling up. Next to us is a young, professional-looking couple exchanging words of love in Welsh. Well, I suppose they could have been discussing the state of the Stock Exchange.The venison, accompanied by roast chestnuts, is sensational, even if the café au lait is espresso-coloured - did they forget the cream? "And you?" I ask my husband. "Great carpaccio of beef salad," he says, "and this 'trio of pork' dish - pork sausage, stuffed pork fillet and crisp belly - is very good. too. A touch gimmicky, but . . . "The "but" is our identical side plates of vegetables - in a restaurant of this calibre we'd expect them to be chosen to complement each dish. Puddings are good and seriously alcoholic. But what a pity to eat such a superlative meal in these dismal surroundings. The whole experience of dining here should be important, not just the food.We've more niggles. There's no TV remote - irritating when the television's on top of the wardrobe. Positively infuriating is the lack of hot water next morning, meaning we come down for breakfast unbathed and unshowered. Stewed coffee - the result of being left standing in a jug on the Cona machine - is another turn-off, along with indifferent orange juice. And - sigh - on our return, the bucket of cleaning materials is still outside our door and the cleaning cupboard door is still wide open.
Mens Health Question Teen Child ?
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NBA Final Chances for Teams?
Spurs and Jazz should be lower. Spurs are without Ginobili and Jazz can not buy a game on the road (and will most probably be 8th seed and face the Lakers)1. Top 10 MLB teams of 2012?1.New York Yankees 2.Philadelphia Phillies 3.Texas Rangers 4.Detroit Tigers 5.St.Louis Cardinals 6.Los Angeles Angels 7.Arizona Diamondbacks 8.Tampa Bay Rays 9.Boston Redsox 10.San Francisco Giants2. Can someone sum up a career in marketing?First, the problem is that marketing is such a broad term- so go explore various companies to see what industry might work for you. What a marketing person does at a bank will be pretty different than what someone does at a retail company and different than what you would do if you worked at a consumer products company. And in some cases marketing is really sales but they dress up the title to make it sound better. I can best speak to marketing in consumer products and retailers. Consumer products companies almost always want you to have an MBA just to get hired. You start as an assistant maketing/brand/product manager and then work your way up. In most companies it is very competitive. In many companies they use the expression "up or out." If you do not get promoted you will surely get fired. So if you start at a company with 20 friends, in 2 years there will be 10-15 left, in 2 more 10, 2 more only a few remain, etc. In other companies it is not that competitive. But in consumer products companies the idea is that the marketing people are the ones who really run the show - they are the team leaders for the company and are responsible for running a business. And since it pays well, you are accountable: for working with ad agencies, manufacturing people, accounting/finance, and more. A small part of your job is marketing (i.e. thinking about strategy, planning, etc.), most is managing projects and teams while implementing your strategy and plans. In other companies, like retailing, marketing works most with the advertising agencies and leads on communications. People called "merchandisers" play a role similar to marketing people in consumer products companies. Merchandisers work with designers, marketers, factories, etc. on the way to bringing new clothing to market. In the two examples above the marketer is a team leader and coordinator who needs to ensure the companies key initiatives actually happen. In high-tech companies, marketing can often be a supporting role with product developers being the leads. In those cases prepare to take a back seat to the technical folks. You are not a leader, you are one of many team members and you probably just take what you are given and try to come up with a story to market it (in consumer products you would guide the product development not just take what you are given). In large companies, marketing is a hard job. Most people I know do not last too long in one company. Many get experience in large companies ( a great place to learn) but then go to smaller companies where they can do more- often becoming leaders of the company. In the other fields, that might not be the route since responsiblities are not the same. That's the best I can do. Call a school like Northwestern's Kellogg School (Chicago) and talk to them about marketing and brand management. They are one of the leading schools for marketing.3. how many hockey teams are their?There are 30 NHL hockey teams. Anehiem Ducks Atlanta Thrahers Boston Bruins Buffalo Sabres Calgary Flames Carolina Hurricanes Chicago Blackhawks Colorado Avalanche Columbus Blue Jackets Dallas Stars Detroit Red Wings Edmonton Oilers Florida Panthers L.A. Kings Minnesota Wild Montreal Canadiens Nashville Predators New Jersey Devils New York Islanders New York Rangers Ottawa Senators Philidelphia Flyers Pheonix Coyotes Pittsburgh Penguins San Jose Sharks St. Louis Blues Tampa Bay Lightning Toronto Maple Leafs Vancouver Canucks Washington Capitals 24 teams in the NHL are American 6 teams in the NHL are Canadian4. Rank these 3 NFL teams?1 Chargers 2 49ers 3 Titans5. who are the skilled young players for these teams?Good Question PG: Steve Nash SG: Stephen Curry SF: Paul Pierce PF: Pau Gasol C: Andrea Bargnani
History of the Lewis Merthyr Colliery
Although coal was mined as early as the seventeenth century in the Rhondda for domestic purposes, the earliest recorded opening and mining of a safe coal level was in 1790 by Dr Richard Griffiths, who was also responsible for bringing the first tram road into the Rhondda. Subsequently, Walter Coffin opened and sunk the first pits paving the way for the discovery of rich and prosperous steam coal seams with many more lines to follow. Two pits were opened in 1850 on what was to become the Lewis Merthyr site: Hafod by two brothers David and John Thomas Coed Cae by Edward MillsBoth pits had to be abandoned early on due to the conditions of the workings. In the mid-1870s William Thomas Lewis (later Lord Merthyr) purchased and reopened the two pits, mining the upper bituminous (household) coal seams, until Hafod closed around 1893 and Coed Cae in the 1930s. By 1880 WT Lewis had sunk the Bertie shaft, and in 1890 the Trefor shaft (both named after his sons), by which time the company had become known as the Lewis Merthyr Consolidated Collieries Ltd, employing some 5,000 men and producing almost a million tons of coal annually. The two headframes and associated colliery buildings are now Grade II* listed buildings. In 1904 the company sunk the Lady Lewis Colliery one mile (1.6 km) to the north east in the Rhondda Fach. In 1905 the company acquired Universal Colliery at Senghenydd, which was later to suffer the worst ever mining disaster in British history. In 1929 the colliery became part of the Powell Dyffryn Group, and in the same year Coed Cae stopped winding coal. Hafod No 2 followed, and Hafod No 1 in 1933. The colliery was nationalised in 1947. In 1958 Lewis Merthyr Colliery and the neighbouring Ty Mawr Colliery merged and all coal winding ceased at Lewis Merthyr, with coaling continuing via Ty Mawr and men and supplies only at Lewis Merthyr. By 1969 the Colliery had become the Ty Mawr/Lewis Merthyr Colliery. As many as thirteen seams have been worked at the Lewis Merthyr using the advanced longwall method of working with most of the coal being won with pneumatic picks and hand loaded onto conveyors. Until the 1950s the coal industry maintained a steady level of production and employment, but since that time there has been a continuing decline in the number of miners in employment. Most of the pits which have been closed have still left coal to mine, but with oil and coal available more cheaply from abroad the demise of the industry has been inevitable. Nowhere has the decline of the coal industry been more dramatic than in the South Wales Coal Field. At Lewis Merthyr production came to an end on the 14 March 1983 with production continuing in the four feet seam until July when coaling ceased forever at Ty Mawr/Lewis Merthyr. By 1990 not one productive colliery existed in the Rhondda but Rhondda's past has been captured and preserved as an historic landmark at the Lewis Merthyr Colliery now the Rhondda Heritage Park.— — — — — —Easington CollieryEasington Colliery is a town in County Durham, England, known for a history of coal mining. It is situated to the north of Horden, and a short distance to the east of Easington Village. The town suffered a significant mining accident on 29 May 1951, when an explosion in the mine resulted in the deaths of 83 men (including 2 rescue workers). Easington had a population of 4,959 in 2001, and 5,022 at the 2011 Census.— — — — — —Carlton Main Frickley Colliery BandThe Carlton Main Frickley Colliery Band is a brass band based in West Yorkshire, England, and close to South Yorkshire— — — — — —National Association of Colliery Overmen, Deputies and ShotfirersThe National Association of Colliery Overmen, Deputies and Shotfirers (NACODS) is an organisation representing former colliery deputies and under-officials in the coal industry— — — — — —Garw/Ffaldau CollieryThe Garw/Ffaldau Colliery was a colliery formed in 1975 in Pontycymer, Wales. It was formed from the joining together of the Garw Colliery and the Ffaldau Colliery. The Ffaldau Colliery had 1,100 workers in 1927, though this had declined by half by the mid 1930s. The pit closed in November 1985; a total of 630 miners lost their jobs. A potential buy out of the pit by workers had been mooted, but this was deemed to have been prohibitively expensive after the National Coal Board cut the ropes on the caged lift and 200,000 tonnes of hardcore were poured down the mine shaft. A reunion was held of former mine workers in 2015. The Garw Colliery (also known as the Ocean Colliery) was one of six pits in the Garw valley. Following the merger of the two pits workers entering at Blaengarw had a 1-2 mile walk underground due to the closure of the access shaft at Pontycymer.
Can Anyone Make Me Fall/winter Outfits?
You should get maybe a Hollister tank top, preferaly navy blue since blue is like the ultimate winter color but most people just seem to feel warmer in darker colors.Normally these are around 10$.A pair of Aeropostale dark blue skinny jeans would go well with this however if your going for a church look, get ankle length black legging and a cute black, grey striped skirts and make sure the sripes are vertical, it makes your legs look longer and you look slimmer. Just a regular black or light grey cardigan from any store will do fine. A wonderful type of belt would be a thin, white belt around the lower waist.To finished off this look, a few silver bangles or maybe a diamond(or some type or jeweled) bracelet and a gold necklace(regular chains are fine but one with maybe a little round place where you birthstone can go or stone that matches your braclet would look better) and some flats of the colors black,blue,grey,or to add extra color...purple or a dark but almost a light feeling green shade or turquoise would go together well.1. Will Annuals survive in a pot/container inside my home over the fall and winter? Or will they just die..?I have successfully over wintered Impatiens in a container. They have continued to bloom sporadically throughout the winter. I keep them in my basement under a grow light. I also have a potato vine that has survived nicely. Petunias survive and bloom for awhile but eventually die off before winter is over. I have a Coleus, too. It looks great! I guess my best advice is to experiment. If the plants survive the winter, you do not have to buy more plants in the spring.2. Outfit ideas for fall/winter? 10 points :)?Wow, you are lucky! Paris is just amazing! It's all about chic and elegance so wear a black woolen/knitted dress with opaque tights and ankle boots. Cardigans and blazers with cute dresses or skinny jeans will do. Remember about accessories: scarfs, long gloves and fedora hats are useful in that kind of weather. Have fun!)3. I'm looking for stuff to buy for fall & winter?Ok basically you can go into any store and find sweatshirts like that but try on sizes one too small. I do this (im a girl but still i roll up my sleeves) and its fine. I am a girl but i have a lot of guy friends who do this. Or if you want you can try going into american eagle or hollister. But dont buy stuff that just says hollloster across it becasue it makes the person look like an idiot4. My son is 3 months old now 9/8/09 and I'm unsure of what to get him for fall/winter clothes....Help?Purchase a little big. I would say 6-12mos. He's going to need to wear winter attire probably until early April (7mos from now)5. Can someone please design me a fall/winter outfit?boots jeans and a knit top. or sweater for a top6. Does Israel have seasons like Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter?It does, but the boundaries are not as clear as it is other places. Spring and Summer blend more than usual, and Winter is kinda iffy in many places. If I had to sum up Israel, it sometimes seems like perpetual Summer. There is a Spring time, and a cool fall, but most places do not get lower than 50 degrees Celsius.7. Is Lacrosse a Fall, Winter, Spring, or Summer Sport?Fall - Recruiting Tourneys and Club team Winter- Indoor Leagues (professional too) Spring- Regular Season (professional too) Summer- More Tourneys with Club teams8. Fellaz!..........What are some Fall/Winter shoes u lyk 2 c on Ladies??Usually us men are not looking at a woman's feet. Try another area then come back9. Trends: Fall/Winter - London Fashion Week Mens Designer Showrooms Fall/Winter 2018-19 | WeConnectFashionThe Designer Showroom exhibition space in London played host to the best in established and emerging talent that will be shaping the menswear scene into FW18-19 and beyond. On view, Trendstop's menswear team introduces the latest Fall Winter 2018-19 looks from London Fashion Week Men's most inspiring collections. Here's an exclusive at three inspirational Fall Winter 2018-19 collections. Hybrid style and the art of reinvention are key seasonal themes. Technical, active apparel is infused with a streetwear sensibility at Every Second Counts x Kazuki Karaishi while Lon Bara integrate performance qualities into their Japanese inspired silhouettes. New material developments are an essential element of many collections with Tonsure elevating menswear basics through the use of unexpected yet luxury fabrications. Performance-led activewear brand Every Second Counts team up with apparel and accessories designer Kazuki Karaishi. A focus on construction and comfort have a pre-to-post gym sensibility Taking inspiration from 1980s New York, Tonsure's FW18-19 collection plays with materials and surface texture. Merino wool and leather put a tactile spin on the classic menswear Lon Bara's Fall Winter collection takes inspiration from Japanese garments and the tattoo motifs of the Yakuza. WeConnectFashion readers can get FREE ACCESS to Trendstop's London Trade Show Overview, an essential report on the key trends from London's the most influential designers. Simply click here to receive your free report. Simply click here to receive your complimentary report. Simply click here, to receive your free report. Trendstop.com, is the worlds leading trend forecasting agency for fashion forward trend information that is validated through early consumers to give you confidence in your trend decision making. Clients include H&M, Primark, Forever21, Zalando, Geox, Evisu, Hugo Boss, L'Oreal and MTV.
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There's no denying that planning a wedding is both exhilarating and a tad bit stressful. Okay, let's be real, wedding planning is more than a tad bit stressful. Thankfully, it's mostly in a good stress kind of way.Marriage is arguably one of the most important milestones in a couple's life together, and it should be a day that makes both you and your partner feel super special. Think of your wedding as a modern-day fairy tale, and then plan and pamper accordingly. For this reason, consider a variety of creative wedding themes for your special day. In fact, why not take it one step further and embrace a fairytale wedding theme? Fairy tales vary among families, locations, and cultures so give yourself permission to be creative.Then, you can unleash your inner princess and allow that fairy tale to permeate every aspect of your big day. If you are feeling stuck on where to begin, here are a few of our best tips to help you get your planning juices flowing.First things first, is a wedding really a wedding without the proper amount of fun and pampering? Dare we say, fairytale pampering? Granted, this part is not typically "themed" but-in our admittedly biased opinion-fun and pampering should be planned into your wedding agenda and budget from the get-go. We recommend not just indulgences for the bride, but for the entire wedding party. Pre-wedding spoiling is a key aspect of a royal princess experience.You can send your partner and company off to engage in their own wedding day prep, while you and your squad do yours. Guys can engage in manly things, like getting their hair cut and styled, enjoying a hot towel shave, and even getting their very own mani/pedis. Massages are often lovely and relaxing for everyone, too, regardless of gender.Meanwhile, the ladies can have professional makeup and hair done beforehand so that looking their best is not left to chance. The key to invoking that feeling of a princess in a fairy tale during the pre-ceremony "getting ready" stage, is to make it special with as much pomp and circumstance as you can stand.Put on some great music, pour some cold mimosas, don cute and comfy wedding party robes and slippers, and settle in to enjoy yourself with your wedding party as you get ready for your big day.Give yourself permission to cut loose and engage in a little star treatment with zero guilt and 100 percent pleasure. After all, this is a day that you will cherish forever., so best to make it a good one and create as many beautiful memories as you possibly can.Is there anything that makes a wedding feel like a fairy tale more than the location itself? Sure, a wedding on the beach is nice, and so is that local church your mom keeps mentioning. But, go big or go home, right? Why not try a destination wedding and get married in a real castle, Rapunzel-style? Or, why not look for a beautiful outdoor wedding venue with lots of moss and looming trees? You know, the kind of place that makes one dream of actual fairies and elves.You could even get married in a location such as Disneyland and create a full-on Cinderella experience! Of course, do not limit yourself to a traditional princess wedding. A Disneyland or castle venue is not the only location to create your perfect fairy tale. Perhaps you dream instead of a more exotic romance story, like marrying Mr. Tall, Dark, and Charming while sitting atop two beautiful white mustangs outfitted with unicorn horns. That's totally doable, too.No matter what fairytale wedding theme you envision, there are plenty of venues that cater to a variety of different styles and tastes, so that you can pull off a unique marriage celebration that's your very own.Your Fairy Tale Is in the DetailsThat old cliche that the devil is in the details is well-known, but we would argue that so is the fairy tale. Sometimes it's really the little things that give an event its own special vibe and make you feel as though you are in a movie. To give your wedding that fairytale mojo, consider not just your choice of venue, but the other details that will make up your wedding ceremony and celebration, as well.The decor is obviously a big deal in creating a mood, and in today's wedding market, you can find wedding decor options to fit almost any budget. If your princess fairy tale leans more toward a royal wedding, consider rolling out the red carpet for your walk down the aisle. You could arrive in a sleek limo, walk down the aisle, and make a royal entry, and even have "royal guards" standing by to open doors for you, act as ushers, and flank you and the wedding party during the ceremony.If your fairy tale leans more to the fantastical side, you could try adding fairy lights, crawling vines, and a woodland feel to the wedding decor as a way to help create your special moment. For instance, instead of walking down a red carpet, walk down a path strewn with flower petals. You could also skip the indoor wedding venue entirely and get married outside. Outdoor venues in the midst of plenty of trees can be excellent for giving a wedding ceremony a woodland nymph feel, even if it's not a "forest" per se.Of course, there are other tiny touches that you can add to your wedding experience to make it feel like a fairy tale, too. You can provide themed food options and drinks to your guests, you can have a fairytale princess themed wedding cake, and even your chosen music for the day can really help set the mood and contribute to the fairytale story.The best part of planning a fairytale-themed wedding is that you get to decide what your fairy tale looks and feels like. You get to decide what kind of dress and environment makes you look and feel like a princess. Getting married is a big step and it should be a day to remember for everyone, but more importantly, it should be a special day that you will never forget. And, when making lifetime memories, details matter.What fairy tale is replete without the proper attire, right? After all, if you want to be a fairytale princess, you've got to look the part. Want to feel like Cinderella for the day? Go ahead and flaunt that princess cut ball gown and elegant updo. Do not forget the classy jewelry and your sparkling Cinderella slippers.If you prefer to feel more like a woodland nymph princess, that beautifully beaded slip dress with the long ethereal train might be downright perfect for your big moment. Combine the look with loose locks and a twig and flower crown, and bring your ultimate fairy tale to life. You could even walk down the aisle barefoot for added authenticity.If you love the idea of a more exotic wedding-Arabian princess anyone?-why not consider a harem pant-style wedding dress? Combine the look with colorful jewelry and a beautiful crown, and walk down the aisle to a mesmerizing drum beat with tiny cymbals on your wrists and ankles. Your partner-to-be will not be able to look away from you.As for the gentlemen in your wedding party, the groom included, they obviously have to look the part, too. A beautifully cut tux can complement almost any royal princess theme nicely, especially when combined with shoes polished to a shine.The men can also wear a costume that complements the fairytale theme, such as a sultan's costume or a woodland elf costume, instead of opting for a tux. Yes, it may not be traditional in style, but there's no rule that says your fairytale wedding has to be traditional or conform in any way.Remember, planning your perfect wedding should be a thrilling experience. Fairytale wedding theme ideas abound for those willing to step outside their comfort zones and get creative. Try not to box yourself in or get hung up on tradition.Though traditions have their place and it's wonderful to honor them, ultimately your wedding day is about what you want. And, if you want to look and feel like a Disney princess, an Arabian princess, or a royal woodland nymph, it's entirely your prerogative. You are the architect of your real-life fairy tale, so dream big.I just got engaged..is having an Oct.08 wedding enough time to start planning?Yes. Go to the library or a bookstore and get a book about wedding planning. They give you good suggestions on how much lead time you need or should take for all the arrangements, and should cause you less stress in getting to that important occasion
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One more factor is that Sous Vide Circulators are limited to temperatures BELOW 212, which is the boiling point of water. They are designed for slow heating to a particular internal temperature of the product you are cooking, not speeding the process. This provides for fully pasteurization, while maintaining tenderness and juiciness. ..especially for meats.1. Is it possible to cook a steak in a sous vide to come out rare?Yes. Salt the steak, bag it, cook at 124F for 1 hour per inch, pat dry, and sear using your preferred method (I prefer cast iron). Simple as that. For medium rare, bump the temperature up to around 129 to 133F, depending on if you want it closer to rare or closer to medium2. Sous vide chuck roast or chuck steaks?Sous vide cooking is a function of temperature and the surface area to volume ratio of the food in question.If you have a high surface area to volume the cooking time will be shorter. Steaks would have a higher ratio than the roast so they would take less time than the roast. The amount of the time difference is difficult to predict exactly over such a long time scale, but a rough calculation of the ratio I spoke of would be a good starting point for a compensation factor.If you have the time and your water bath can accommodate, I would suggest keeping the roast whole and finishing in a skillet. It's much more impressive than a steak3. Is it possible to cook a steak in a sous vide to come out rare?Thanks for the A2A:Yeah.... Just cook it at like... 128 degrees. It wo not cook past rare4. How to keep bags from floating in a sous vide supremeI've had this problem and after trying various things, I've found that this works pretty well:5. What is the best temperature and time to sous vide brisket?50 hours at 135F/58C. Ice the bagged meat, then finish on grill (20-30 mins indirect heat, then 4 mins direct on each side) or smoker (3 hrs)6. Can sous vide bags melt when cooked?That depends on the bags used. Ziplocks with sliders are not watertight so should not be used. Regular ziplocks are not recommended. Freezer or Storage bag ziplocks hold up to about 180 degrees fahrenheit. Vacuum storage bags (the kind that are heat sealed) will hold up to boiling water, which is probably hotter than you can achieve with sous vide, as most immersion heaters top out at 200 degrees at most.7. How do I cook chicken to get it tender and juicy?Sous vide is best followed by a quick broil to brown. With sous vide you first pasteurize the chicken to make it food safe cooking it at about 150 Fahrenheit for an hour. This keeps the meat juicy and tender. You then quickly brown the surface in a broiler or a pan. Slicing the breast into even thickness cutlets before sauteing or grilling is second-best. Because of their irregular thickness chicken breasts normally dry out on the thinner end before they cook through on the thick end. Slicing the breasts into consistent cutlets eliminates this problem. Thirdly is pounding the breasts into a consistent thickness. This can be equal to slicing into cutlets if the chicken breasts are too irregular in thickness.Lastly is brining the chicken before cooking it. Some people love this method but I find it sometimes delivers less flavorful rubbery chicken.How should you cook a chicken breast to ensure that it remains tender and juicy?8. Temperature sensors for an Arduino sous-vide projectIt sounds like you are asking about the probe only. A PID controller includes a lot than just the feedback sensor, but it sounds like you are not asking about that. If any of this is incorrect, then you should update your question. I also have no idea what a "Sous Vide" thing is. Any information relevant to it should be in your question. Links are only for background material. As Steven mentioned, 1/2 degC is very ambitious and unnecessary when you are talking about food.The easiest temperature sensor will be a thermistor. They can handle the range and otherwise need only a load resistor. The result will also be ratiometric to your supply, so any supply variations cancel out. Detecting failure is easy in firmware since readings very close to the top or bottom of the range indicate unrealistic temperatures. If you get anything outside some valid temperature range, then you assume a hardware failure and enter whatever you think your safe mode is. This is really a firmware issue, not a hardware one with a thermistor and the right load resistor.As for making it food-safe, enclosing the probe in glass should be good. How about epoxying the thermistor to the bottom of a small testtube, which then becomes the probe? The top can be sealed with hot glue or something. It needs to be water tight but food should not be there. Only two insulated wires should emerge from the top of the tube. Glass is fairly good at transmitting heat. The time constant of the probe should still be well less than the time constant from heater power to the food changing temperature.Thermistors are not very accurate unless you pay a lot of money. For a one-off hobby project, I would get whatever thermistor that can be had in the right range and calibrate manually. Calibrate at a few know temperatures determined from a reliable known thermometer, then have the firmware interpolate in between. For extra credit, you can even look up the nominal equation for the thermistor, fit your measured points to it as best as possible, then derive the continuous function from that. You can populate a fixed table in the firmware with many segments from the calibrated function so that linear interpolation between segments will be quite good. Again, 1/2 degC is asking for too much, but you do not really need that much anyway. A thermistor with maybe 4 calibration points, equation fitting, and then interpolation should be fine to solve the actual problem
List of Ice Hockey Teams in Spain
List of ice hockey clubs in Spain sorted by division:• Other Related Knowledge ofhockey teams— — — — — —Season-by-season resultsRecords vs. Current ECAC Hockey TeamsAs of the completion of the 2018-19 season— — — — — —Selection of ice hockey teams which played at the North Avenue Ice PalaceJohns Hopkins University hockey team in 1895-96 Baltimore Hockey Club in 1896-97 University of Maryland hockey team in 1896-97— — — — — —Hockey teamsWhile in Laurium, the Palestra was home to the Calumet Miners. After the move, the Palestra served as the home rink for the semi-professional Marquette Iron Rangers from 1964 until 1974. The Iron Rangers played in the United States Hockey League. Earlier, the rink was home to the Marquette Sentinels— — — — — —Ice hockey teamsDog River Riverdogs - Corner Gas Fog Horns - Inside Out (2015 film) Gotham Blades - Batman (comic book) Hamilton Steelheads - Power Play (TV series) Hamilton Mustangs - Youngblood (1986 film) Keystone City Combines - Flash (comics) Lansing Ice Wolves - Tooth Fairy Metropolis Mammoths - NHL team, Superman (comic book) Miami Blades - Dexter (Popping Cherry) The Mighty Ducks Mustangs - MVP (TV series) Mystery Eskimos - Mystery, Alaska Opal City Corsairs - Starman reskoga ishockeyklubb - Bert Diaries (Berts ytterligare betraktelser) Royal Woods Jellyfish - The Loud House (On Thin Ice) Stonewood Saints - The Dog River Riverdogs' opponents in the Corner Gas first-season episode "Face Off" Walla Walla Wombats - "3000 Miles to Graceland"Bon Cop, Bad Cop(all in the CHL) Montreal Patriotes Quebec Fleur-de-Lys Toronto LoyalistsBonesFed Cases (Fire in the Ice) Firedawgs (Fire in the Ice)Goon (film)Halifax Highlanders St. John's Shamrocks Quebec Victoires Albany Patriots Orangetown Assassins Windsor Wheelers Concorde Minutemen Hamilton Steelers Lovell Kings Moncton Lords Boston Blackjacks Montreal CorsairsGrand Theft AutoLiberty City Rampage - Grand Theft Auto IV Dust Devils - Grand Theft Auto V Los Santos Kings - Grand Theft Auto V Los Santos Slappers - Grand Theft Auto: San AndreasH.E. Double Hockey SticksAnnapolis Angels Delaware DemonsLance et compteChicoutimi Saints Prince Albert Comets Quebec City National Trois-Rivires DragonsThe SimpsonsKwik-E-Mart Gougers (Lisa on Ice) Mighty Pigs (Lisa on Ice) Springfield Ice-o-topes (Helter Shelter)Slap Shot (film)Charlestown Chiefs Long Island Ducks Syracuse Bulldogs Peterborough Patriots Lancaster Gears Hyannisport Presidents Broome County BladesSouth Park(Pee-Wee Hockey Teams) Adams County (Stanley's Cup) Denver County (Stanley's Cup) Park County (Stanley's Cup)What is with Andy?East Gackle Cheapskates Moosehoof Stick HandlersYoungblood (1986 film)Hamilton Mustangs Thunder Bay Bombers Toronto MarlborosZack and Miri Make a PornoMonroeville ZombiesLetterkennyLetterkenny Irish Letterkenny Shamrocks Letterkenny Shamrockettes Kerry County Eagles— — — — — —List of ice hockey teams in OntarioThe following is a list of ice hockey teams in Ontario, past and present. It includes the league(s) they play for, and championships won— — — — — —Season-by-season resultsRecords vs. Current Atlantic Hockey TeamsAs of the completion of 2018-19 season— — — — — —List of ice hockey teams in Nova ScotiaThe following is a list of ice hockey teams in Nova Scotia, past and present. It includes the league(s) they play for, and championships won— — — — — —List of ice hockey teams in AlbertaThis is a list of ice hockey teams in Alberta. It features the leagues they have played for, and championships won. Since hockey was introduced to Alberta, Canada, in the 1890s, teams at all levels have come and gone. While the professional ranks have been confined to the major cities of Calgary and Edmonton, partially due to geographical isolation from the major eastern and Pacific coast population centres, both junior and senior teams thrive across the province. Alberta is home to two National Hockey League teams, five Western Hockey League teams, the 16-team Alberta Junior Hockey League, and five Junior B hockey leagues comprising over 50 teams. The Canadian Women's Hockey League is represented in Alberta, as are teams competing at the senior, university and college ranks. This list does not include teams below the junior age group, or adult teams below Senior AA.— — — — — —List of All-ECAC Hockey TeamsThe All-ECAC Hockey Teams are composed of players at all positions from teams that are members of ECAC Hockey, a NCAA Division I hockey-only conference. Each year, from 1961-62 onward, at the conclusion of the ECAC Hockey regular season the head coaches of each member team vote for players to be placed on each all-conference team. The First Team and Second Team have been named in each ECAC Hockey season with a Third team added in 2005-06; a Rookie Team was added starting in 1987-88. The all-conference teams are composed of one goaltender, two defensemen and three forwards. If a tie occurred for the final selection at any position, both players were included as part of the greater all-conference team; if a tie resulted in an increase in the number of superior all-stars, the inferior team would not be reduced in number (as happened in 1965-66 and 1983-84) until 2005-06, after which the inferior team will be reduced accordingly (as happened in 2006-07). Players may only appear once per year on any of the first, second, or third teams but freshman may appear on both the rookie team and one of the other all-conference teams. Jack Leetch is so far the only player to appear on the All-Star teams in two different positions (forward and defense). In the first three years ECAC Hockey's all-conference teams were double in size for goaltenders and defensemen and triple for forwards, reflecting the 28-29 teams in the conference. After the 1963-64 season the ECAC split their conference into Division I and NCAA Division III classifications and subsequently reduced the team size to a standard (and current) format.
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