Pasty lessonMore than 240 children aged five to seven from Newquay’s Trenance Infant School in Cornwall learnt how to make Cornish pasties during a visit from Crantock Bakery, as teaching staff ran sessions on food production and nutrition.ABST seeks helpThe Alliance of Bakery Students and Trainees (ABST) is calling for promotional items to include in Student Fresher Bags, such as product info, recipes, plastic scrapers and pens. Send to: Lorna Jones, Bakery Department, Tameside College, Beaufort Road, Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, OL6 6NX.Fraudsters alertThe Food Standards Agency (FSA) has put out a warning to operators of food businesses, to be aware of fraudsters who visit food business premises claiming they are from the FSA. The fraudsters claim they need to carry out an inspection and then extract substantial amounts of money as a fixed penalty fee for the premises being allegedly unhygienic. You can report the crime by emailing [email protected] or calling: 020 7276 8527.Own-label salt studyResearch from Consensus on Salt and Health (CASH) on 71 supermarket own-label products in ’free-from’ ranges (gluten, wheat or dairy-free), compared with retailers’ standard versions, showed that just over half (56.3%) of the free-from products contained more salt, and 26.7% contained less.Barista call-upThe UK Barista Championships 2010 will be open for entries from 1 November. Budding baristas can download an application form from the new Speciality Coffee Association of Europe (SCAE UK) website: www.scaeuk.com.
continue reading » NAFCU remains vigilant in protecting the credit union tax exemption as the White House prepares a stronger push for tax reform legislation – likely this week – according to reports.Reuters, covering a report from The Financial Times on Friday, reported that President Donald Trump would begin his efforts with a speech Wednesday in Missouri, according to National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn.Also last week, Politico quoted White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders saying that a focus on tax reform is a big priority for the Trump administration and that action would “probably” start this week and carry into the fall. 8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Batesville, IN—The Batesville Police Department is investigating a shootout involving multiples suspects in the Larosa’s parking lot late Wednesday night.At around 10:40 p.m. the dispatch center received a 911 call reporting several gunshots being fired. BPD officers arrived on the scene in about three minutes and discovered all suspects had already fled. According to witnesses, two Hispanic males pulled into the Larosa’s parking lot in a black Buick passenger car with tinted windows. While that vehicle was driving through, two white males came walking from the area of Skyline Chili. A shootout then ensued between the subjects on foot and the individuals in the Buick. The witness’s reported that approximately twenty shots were fired before all suspects fled the scene. The Buick was last seen southbound on Bedel Boulevard headed towards SR 46. The two suspects on foot ran in the direction of the Quality Inn hotel. They were described as white males in their twenties, approximately 5’8” tall with a medium build. One was described as wearing black shorts and a black shirt, while the other was described as wearing blue jeans, a white t-shirt, and a white ball cap.The occupants of the Buick were only described as Hispanic males. The investigating officers determined that several vehicles parked in the area were struck by bullets, including a semi-trailer hauling propane tanks. Officers also discovered that a window on the Quality Inn was shot.More than a dozen officers from BPD, Ripley County Sheriff’s Office, and the Indiana State Police were on scene for several hours processing evidence and gathering information from witnesses. The Ripley County Sheriff’s Office responded with a drone equipped with thermal imaging. The Indiana State Police also deployed their tracking canine.This incident is being investigated by BPD. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the police department at 812-934-3131
New Delhi: Bangladesh are all set for a series in India which will include two Tests and three Twenty20 Internationals. This will be Bangladesh’s second tour of India after their historic one-off Test in Hyderabad in 2017 which India won. However, ahead of the tour, there is a trend on Twitter which is shocking people and making them laugh. The trend Bangladesh Defeat India is one of the top trends in India. Many people were left wondering whether this was a ploy by Bangladesh outlets to celebrate their 1-1 draw against the Indian football team in the recently concluded FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers. However, a video released revealed the true picture and it had a savage twist. In the video, former India opener Virender Sehwag is playing Chidiya Udd, a favourite game which we all used to play in childhood. In the game, a person says the name of a bird and the opponent has to lift the finger up indicating the bird flew. If the player says any other name apart from a bird and the opponent lifts his finger, then he is out of the game.Sehwag is playing a game with a animated cricket ball and it is sporting a Bangladesh cap. For company, Sehwag has an animated bat. Both Sehwag and the ball are squaring off. The ball starts the sledging by saying, “Bangladesh gilli udayega tera (Bangladesh will knock you over)”. The bat responds, “Achcha (Really”? The ball then tells Sehwag to get ready. He then rolls out the names of the bird and Sehwag does it correctly. When the ball says Kohli, Sehwag lifts his finger and the ball jumps in delight saying, “Ay, Kohli ko uda diya (You have gotten Kohli out)”.The ball then indulges in a massive celebration that lasts 10 seconds or more and this prompts Sehwag to say, “Yahan par itna udd raha hain, agar T20I mein pehli baar jeet liya toh pata nahin kya karega yaar yeh (He is celebaring so much. If they win for the first time in a T20I, I do not know what he will do,” Sehwag said in a flummoxed manner. This was part of the build-up for the three-match Twenty20 series and it was playing on Bangladesh’s woeful T20I record against India. Bangladesh have faced plenty of hurt in T20Is against India in the recent past. In eight T20I encounters between the two sides, India have won all their games. In the 2016 World T20 between the two sides in Bangalore, Bangladesh needed two runs off three balls with three wickets remaining but they conspired to lose by one run. In the 2018 Nidahas Trophy final, Bangladesh had to defend 34 off 12 balls. Dinesh Karthik blasted 22 runs in the 19th over bowled by Rubel Hossain but India needed five runs off the last ball. Karthik dispatched Soumya Sarkar for a flat six over deep extra cover and India had sealed a remarkable win and they won the Nidahas Trophy to break Bangladesh hearts. Also Read | Cricket World Cup Every 3 Years? This Is What Saurav Ganguly Has To Say On ICC PlanBangladesh will play the first game on November 3 in Delhi followed by two games on November 7 and 10 in Rajkot and Nagpur. This will be followed by two Tests on November 14 and November 22 in Indore and Kolkata. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.