Bakehouse’s new Gourmet Burger Bun – designed to hold a fresh 4-8oz burger – has been developed to capitalise on increased consumer demand for premium fresh burgers.The bun is made with extra virgin olive oil and a sourdough starter to give a distinctive rustic taste. It is also dusted with semolina and stone-baked, to give a thin, crisp crust but soft dough inside, and a tight structure, so that the bun stays firm and that any added condiments do not soak into the bread.Supplied fully baked – they defrost in less than two hours – Bakehouse Gourmet Burger Buns are also pre-sliced but with the top and bottom connected, so there should be no problems with missing pieces during busy service times.Bakehouse Gourmet Burger Buns are supplied in cases of 40. www.bakehouse.co.uk
The Batesville Lady Bulldogs participated in the Plainfield Invitational on Saturday with Indianapolis Bishop Chatard, Danville High School, and Plainfield High School. The morning pairings were Batesville vs Chatard and Plainfield vs Danville. Batesville and Chatard played in a very close matchup that saw action end to end throughout much of the first half. However, both teams were able to keep a clean sheet as the teams went into halftime tied at 0. In the second half, Batesville took the early lead with 35:24 left in the half. Liz Heidlage was able to break free on the left side of the field and took the ball to the endline where she dropped the ball to a streaking Carlie Werner who finished with the outside of her foot. Chatard scored there equalizer with 27 minutes to play to make it 1-1. The half finished with the score tied so the teams played two 7-minute overtime periods. In the first overtime period, Chatard took a 2-1 lead on a nice shot from distance. The teams switched sides after the first period of overtime and Batesville was running out of time to even the score. With 3:03 left in overtime, Caroline Kellerman played a great ball into the back post, the Chatard GK couldn’t handle the ball and Abbey Prickel was there to poke it into the back of the net to even the score at 2. In the PK shootout the followed overtime, Batesville did a great job of stepping up and taking confident penalty kicks. Heidlage was first and buried her shot in the back of the net. Chatard’s first kicker sailed the ball over the crossbar. 1-0 Batesville. Werner was second for the Lady Bulldogs and she too placed a great shot into the net. Chatard’s second player hit the ball wide right, advantage Batesville 2-0. Ellie Cassidy stepped up and drilled their third consecutive PK for the Lady Bulldogs. After a Chatard make and a Batesville miss, it came down to a must make situation for Chatard. Their fourth kicker stepped up and hit their crossbar and Cerniglia was able to make thee save after the deflection. “Chatard is a regional opponent and this was a regional type atmosphere today. We got some experience in overtime and a penalty shootout. I was happy with our girls today as they showed some grit after getting down 2-1 in overtime. We looked confident in our PK’s and I like our chances later in the postseason if we find ourselves in that position again.” Coach Laker commented on the game. After a grueling 94 minutes in game 1, that Lady Bulldogs were forced to make a quick turnaround. Game 1 ended at 12:30 and game 2 started at 2:00. Plainfield won game 1 easily by a score of 3-0 and were well-rested for there championship matchup with the Lady Bulldogs. In the first half, Plainfield controlled the possession and had several opportunities to score but the Batesville defense held strong. With 9:51 seconds left to play in the half, Plainfield was able to get free in the center of the Batesville defense and netted the games first goal. The teams went into half-time with as score of Plainfield 1 – Batesville 0. The second half was all Plainfield. Batesville simply ran out of gas and Plainfield found the back of the net 5 more times to win the invitational’s championship game 6-0. The Lady Bulldogs are back in action on Tuesday as they face off with another conference foe. Batesville will host South Dearborn with a JV kickoff planned for 5:30 with the varsity match to follow.
After first ticking off supporters following a home win against Leicester back in August, and then in programme notes before a clash with Everton a month later, Mourinho again felt the need to point out that the Old Trafford crowd is big, but shy.“It’s not Portsmouth,” he said. “I remember Portsmouth in the Premier League. It was such a small stadium that the atmosphere there was incredible. Here the atmosphere is a bit quieter, ours is not very enthusiastic but the players love playing here.“Paul is a fantastic player and no doubt for me one of the most talented players in the world but to sit on the bench for one day is not the end of the world.”Mourinho also used his post-match press conference to confirm that Marouane Fellaini is likely to be out until March after knee surgery.Ahead of kick-off, there was an impeccably observed minute’s silence to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Munich air disaster, which falls on Tuesday, before the first half ended goalless after a physical Huddersfield team did all they could to keep United out.Most of their tackles were borderline legal as Sanchez, Juan Mata and Antonio Valencia were all roughed up while one challenge on Scott McTominay was particularly harsh.Sanchez got into the game more as it progressed and tested Jonas Lossl from 20 yards but David Wagner’s side were determined to play for a point and often had all 11 men behind the ball to frustrate the home team.However, after the break, Huddersfield’s resistance ended, when Mata delivered an inch-perfect cross for Romelu Lukaku, who volleyed home from close range.Midway through the second half, Sanchez was clumsily fouled by Michael Hefele on the edge of the box and although his initial spot kick was saved, he calmly followed up the rebound to finish off Huddersfield as they fell into the bottom three for the first time this term.“We wanted to be stable and compact and frustrate Man United for as long as we could,” Wagner said. “Unfortunately, that was not long enough. Defensively I saw everything I wanted to see and work ethic, desire and togetherness.“Unfortunately we were not able to create defensive moments. In the end it was a fair result.”Share on: WhatsApp “He’s a humble guy who doesn’t forget where he started and I’m pretty sure when he was playing in Chile he had difficult places to play with difficult performers and he’s quite used to it.”Apart from Sanchez’s brilliance, the other talking point at Old Trafford was Mourinho’s decision to drop Paul Pogba following United’s damaging defeat to Tottenham Hotspur in midweek.Mourinho said there had been no falling out with Pogba but he has risked annoying United’s fans after again criticising the volume levels inside Old Trafford. Manchester, United Kingdom | AFP | Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho praised Alexis Sanchez after the former Arsenal man scored his first goal for his new club in a 2-0 win against Huddersfield Town at a “quiet” Old Trafford on Saturday.Entertainment was in short supply at Old Trafford despite the victory but Mourinho chided the home fans for not supporting his players loudly enough.However, one genuine positive for United was the performance of Chile international Sanchez, who shone brightest on an afternoon on which Huddersfield were not shy in targeting the slightly built Chilean.Yet despite watching his new signing get repeatedly clattered all afternoon, Mourinho said the goalscorer could handle it as United reduced the gap to Manchester City at the top of the Premier League to 13 points“Alexis is a fantastic player but not a prima donna,” Mourinho said.
BILL NEAL :10 Ok, ok, get over it will ya. You…we… they can’t win them all. (yea I know, but we should have won that one) (Steelers vs. Denver…pay attention please!!!) Now here’s your New Years 2 for 1. Your always asked for Top 10 List combined with why the Steelers lost to Tee-Bow and The Boys. No. 10. Well first of all because of Tee-Bow. They under estimated him. But I told you didn’t I?No. 9. Ike Taylor had the worst game of his life. It happens!No. 8. We still have the worst offensive coordinator in the NFL.No. 7. Mike Wallace…all speed no fight.No. 6. James Harrison…a name not called the entire game.No. 5. Big Ben sacked 5 times and it had nothing to do with his ankle and everything to do with his O-Line.No. 4. Speaking of which, injuries were high and it does matter, even though it’s part of the game.No. 3. Further speaking of that, no Pouncey and no Mendenhall is a recipe for disaster.No. 2. Still no killer instinct. No desire to wipe out the opponent early. Where were the killer linebackers?No. 1. And the No. 1 reason they lost…the ghost of Hines Ward came back to haunt them. They did him wrong and it cost them in the end. Boo-Ya!!!:09 Do you know you can get a meal at Wendy’s for $3.00—burger .99 fries .99 drink .99, and it’s good. $3.00…I’m just saying! (my bad, back to sports, sometimes I get distracted):08 Speaking of distractions, and I was. For you ol school boys, did anybody ever notice that none of Ben Cartwright’s boys on Bonanza looked alike? Little Joe, Hoss and what’s his name. Who’s these baby’s mama’s. C’mon man!:07 Everybody’s always talking about Chuck Sanders. Chuck Sanders this, Chuck Sanders that. Well never mind Chuck Sanders, what about Garry White, the main man at the Savoy and his staff. They are second to none in the city. Get your butt down there and quit talking about it.:06 Kobe…Kobe…Kobe…four games in a row with 40 plus points. I told you his wrist was ok. When will you people listen to me?:05 The New England Pat’s will beat the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers will upset the New York Giants. Take it to the bank, cash it, get your money and go!!!:04 All that I said about the Bow is good. But hey Timmy you played the master Tom Brady and you got jacked up!!!:03 Now and forever more the late great Lester Cain is now in “The Locker Room.” One of our all time great community leaders was always, always a nice guy, good person and a great friend to me and Champion Enterprises. Lester, now that I am reminded, we love ya man! Gone but not to be forgotten.:02 Hi…Hello…Hello…yea is this the correct number for Paula Patton! Oh yea, can you tell her Bill Neal’s on the phone? No, but who’s this? Ok, ok whatever, Robin can you tell her I need to speak with her right now? Hello…Hello…Hello…Hello.:01 I am telling everybody right here, right now that if you missed the Flow Band at the Champions New First Fridays do not miss the next show. Ladiesssss and Gentellllmen we are proud to present one of the greatest R & B groups in the United States…National Recording Artist—“Artistree”—Friday, Feb. 3 at The Club Health and Fitness Center in Monroeville in the new J.T.’s Restaurant. $10 at the door, first come first seated, limited 200 seats, cash bar, cash kitchen, free parking 50/50 and prizes, photos on the spot and yes Chuck Sanders and The Fabulous Diamond Models will be there. Call for information 412-628-4846.~ Game Is Over ~
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORERose Parade grand marshal Rita Moreno talks New Year’s Day outfit and ‘West Side Story’ remake That may sound obvious to everyone else, but in government where officials maintain such close relations with lobbyists, influence peddlers and campaign contributors, progress comes slowly. And to have a local government body finally own up to the fact that mountains of garbage, leaky gases and stinky fumes are detrimental to “the health, peace, comfort and welfare” of the surrounding community is a huge step, even if it is mostly symbolic. After all, by rejecting the consolidation, the county does little more than make BFI’s operations slightly more complicated. Two big dumps instead of a single giant one still produce all the same negative health and environmental effects. And that raises an obvious question: Now that local government is starting to come to terms with the need to stop dumping in our communities, what do we do instead? The solution, of course, is diversion – recycling more, shipping trash to dumps in the desert or converting energy to green power. But on these fronts, lip service is plentiful but action is lacking. For a case in point, look at the city of Los Angeles’ new, half-hearted attempt to bring recycling to its condominium and apartment dwellers, who, unlike those living in single-family homes, need not recycle. At last, local government in greater L.A. seems to be getting a glimmering of understanding of an obvious truth of modern existence: Garbage dumps and neighborhoods don’t mix. Now if only local officials would actually take decisive steps to end the environmental abomination. Last week, the Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission took a small step by rejecting trash giant Browning-Ferris Industries’ application to turn the two parts of Sunshine Canyon Landfill – which operate separately, one part within city limits, one on county land – into a single megadump with a sole purpose to enhance the company’s profitability. Breaking with a long-standing local-government tradition of ignoring the impact the dump has on the Granada Hills community, the commission ruled that neighbors would be harmed by a consolidated dump. As a commission memo put it: “The requested use at the proposed location will adversely affect the health, peace, comfort and welfare of persons residing and working in the surrounding area.” Last week, the city’s Board of Public Works finally backed a plan to start offering recycling to these residents, which is a welcome step. But the plan is wholly inadequate. For starters, it wouldn’t charge building owners for the “free” recycling service, but would take the money from fees paid by waste haulers – an apparent violation of the principle that fees should directly pay for a service obtained. The program would also be voluntary, meaning that millions of tons of trash would go unrecycled, and continue to end up in Sunshine Canyon. Worst of all, the program that won’t have any impact wouldn’t even take effect until 2008. The city is going to need to do a lot more to show it’s serious about not dumping in our communities. A good measure will be what officials decide to do with the various bids that have come in from trash haulers seeking to cart Los Angeles’ waste out to the desert. Now that we can all admit that urban dumping must stop, we need to work to make that happen.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
“A camera is a ‘save button’ for one’s mind.” Rogu Kingston. SharePrint RelatedDiscover our channels and join the communityMay 8, 2018In “News”A Geocaching Life in Pictures – Farogdatter – Celebrating 15 Years of Geocaching in 15 PicturesMay 28, 2015In “Community”37 Ways to Spice Up Your GeocachingJuly 22, 2014In “Community” You too can join in the Insta-fun and share your #geocaching endeavors with the world! Oh, and follow us too www.instagram.com/geocaching.Share with your Friends:More 8-13-13 Found it! #TFTC #geocaching #31in318-21-2013 Sometimes #geocaching takes you to forgotten places and shadows of the past. #31in31 #ilovegeocaching11-27-13 Even in this concrete jungle we continue to be inspired while #geocaching. What’s your favorite #UrbanCache?10-23-2013 Fog and rain can’t deter us from #geocaching! What’s the most extreme weather you’ve gone #geocaching in?5-14-2014 #geocaching takes us to some of the most incredible places. GC3C2JW is located in Lisboa, Portugal – and what a beautiful stop along the way! What’s the coolest thing you’ve discovered while #geocaching?4-29-2014 View from GC1CWV4 in Iceland. This #EarthCache is of a glacial river lagoon – and incredible wonder of nature. What amazing natural spectacles has #geocaching shown you?7-24-14 GC13N11: An epic #geocaching hike to Lake Serene in the foothills of the Cascades. How long have you hiked for a geocache?10-7-14 Geocachers, who’s up for an extraordinary #hike? The coordinates for EarthCache GCZ5YD in Utah will lead you to the start of the Zion Narrows trail. The rest is up to you.11-11-14 Here lies an official geocache… do not disturb :-).1-6-15 On top of the world! Geocacher “jcnbee” soaks it all in at GCGGHB in Rogaland, Norway. #geocaching #adventure #explore1-13-15 GC3Q9VP: Tomb Raider! Snag this geocache at sunrise to avoid muggles at the world famous Angkor Wat in Cambodia. #geocaching #adventure #travel1-17-15 How many compartments can one geocache have? #geocaching #explore #makers2-04-15 Camo’d Ammo. #geocaching #getlost #adventure1-31-15 GC1D7NJ: Would you cross this bridge for a geocache?3-4-15 GC2TJKV is a must see if you are visiting the lovely city of #Amsterdam. What looks like an ordinary latched door, is actually a geocache. #geocaching #urban #travel Geocaching is more than a hunt. Geocaching is that “first to find” smile… the secret beach you stumble upon… the mountain you never thought you’d climb… the unexpected sighting of a rare bird… a forgotten piece of history… a new friend you pick up along the way. All of these geocaching “moments” can be captured through a camera lens (and beautifully, with a nice filter).Everyday, geocachers on Instagram share their visual geocaching experiences with the world through the hashtag #geocaching. The official geocaching Instagram is our way of joining that conversation, sharing beautiful and inspiring geocaching images. Launching only 2.5 years ago, we’re thrilled to announce that the Geocaching Instagram has reached 30,000 friends and is still growing! Our eyeballs have never been happier.Here are some of the most stand-out Instagram images from the last couple years.
This post was written by Rachel Dorman, M.S. and Kacy Mixon, PhD, LMFT. Both are members of the MFLN Family Development (FD) team which aims to support the development of professionals working with military families. Find out more about the Military Families Learning Network FD concentration on our website, on Facebook, on Twitter, YouTube, and on LinkedIn. By Rachel Dorman, M.S. & Kacy Mixon, PhD, LMFT[Flickr, 257th MPs prepare for deployment to Afghanistan by Minnesota National Guard, CC BY-ND 2.0] Retrieved on September 23, 2015The deployment of a parent is a difficult process for any family to go through and research shows it can be particularly hard on single parent families. Kelley, Doane, and Pearson (2011), sought to learn more about Navy mothers experiences . They examined whether the deployment process impacts military children differently depending on whether they are being raised by a single or married mother. Surveys about children’s internalizing (e.g. sadness, worrying) and externalizing (e.g. aggression, noncompliance) behaviors that both mothers and child caregivers (i.e. babysitters, child care centers, and relatives) filled out were analyzed by the researchers.Their analysis revealed that non-married mothers’ psychological adjustment significantly influence their children’s internalized and externalized behaviors at pre-deployment and at post deployment. Thus, children with single mothers who demonstrated poor psychological adjustment before being deployed had higher rates of internalized and externalized behavior at pre-deployment and post deployment. These same results were not found with married mothers. However, researchers did find that for married and non-married mothers the duration of time in the Navy predicted mothers’ psychological adjustment at pre-deployment. In fact, the more time married and non-married mothers spent in the Navy the better their psychological adjustment. The researchers concluded that there is a need for future research to focus on understanding the needs of non-traditional family forms within the military including the clinical needs of children. They also stress the need for further research exploring how children may be affected by a parent’s combat-related stress and injuries.References Kelley, M., Doane, A., Pearson, M. (2011). Single military mothers in the new millennium: Stresses, supports, and effects of deployment. In Wadsworth, S., & Riggs, D. (Eds.), Risk and Resilience in U.S. Military Families (343-363). New York, NY: Springer.
Essential Reading! Get my 2nd book: The Lost Art of Closing “In The Lost Art of Closing, Anthony proves that the final commitment can actually be one of the easiest parts of the sales process—if you’ve set it up properly with other commitments that have to happen long before the close. The key is to lead customers through a series of necessary steps designed to prevent a purchase stall.” Buy Now The professional doesn’t believe that the time they spend in their chosen endeavor isn’t what makes them a professional. They know that there are others who have worked in their field for years—or decades—who are still not professionals. K. Anders Ericsson’s research on expertise doesn’t suggest that you become an expert in 10,000 hours. It states that you need 10,000 hours of deliberate practice, something very different from going through the motions without the intention of improving.Start with the intention to improve what you do, no matter how well you presently do things, and no matter how successful you are now.The professional continues to learn, to make new distinctions, to uncover new ideas and subtleties. The read books and articles from their field, or they listen to them on audio. They take courses and continue their education, working to discover new ideas, new choices, and new ways to do things. The professional believes there is more knowledge to uncover.Develop a personal and professional development plan that provides you with continuous education and continual growth.One of the defining characteristic of the professional is their preparation, their routines. They follow a pattern, or a system, or a process in preparing for what they do as a way to ensure successful outcomes. The professional doesn’t “wing it” or “fly by the seat of their pants.” The reason they are able to effectively improvise when necessary is because they have done the work to prepare, including knowing their outcome.Prepare and plan the work you do to ensure the outcomes are the best you are capable of producing and that allow you to adjust and improvise.There is value in reviewing your own performance, assessing what is working, what isn’t working, and what might need to change to produce better results. The professional recognizes when something isn’t working or when an approach has lost its effectiveness. They are critical of their own work and methods, which is what allows them to seek new ideas, new answers, and new approaches. The willingness to let go of what they believe and adopt new ones is how the professional gets better.Assess yourself, your beliefs, your approach, and your methods, taking in new beliefs, trying new strategies, and shoring up any deficiencies in your approach.A true professional holds themselves accountable for producing the highest quality outcomes. They raise the bar because they believe they are capable of improving their work and the outcomes they produce. The standard they hold isn’t an external standard or the industry standard. They don’t hold themselves to what another entity requires or “best practices.” The standard they set for themselves is internal, exceeding any external expectation.Raise your own personal standard for the work you do and the outcomes you produce.
Man City attacker Sterling: Victory a massive step for usby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester City attacker Raheem Sterling says victory at Southampton has them back on track.After two successive losses over the festive period, it was vital City bounced back and to a man the Blues delivered an impressive all-round display on the South Coast.“It’s a massive step and what we needed to do. We had two poor games and we knew we needed to win here today to give ourselves a chance,” said Sterling. “But we were really motivated to give ourselves a chance and that’s what we did.“We had to bring that level that we know we can bring – we had a bit of luck but we played some great football and controlled the game which we know we can do.“Now its down to us to keep this focus and go onto the next one.“ About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say