center column 1 Pasadena Humane Society Closes $20M Capital Campaign From STAFF REPORTS Published on Monday, November 23, 2015 | 3:46 pm Herbeauty5 Things To Avoid If You Want To Have Whiter TeethHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyGet Rid Of Unwanted Body Fat By Eating The Right FoodsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyA Mental Health Chatbot Which Helps People With DepressionHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyYou Can’t Go Past Our Healthy Quick RecipesHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyCostume That Makes Actresses Beneath Practically UnrecognizableHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyHe Is Totally In Love With You If He Does These 7 ThingsHerbeautyHerbeauty The Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA announces the completion of a $20 million capital campaign. The Campaign to Save Lives funded the animal shelter’s Animal Care Center, a 35,000-square-foot addition to the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA opened in 2014.The campaign was closed thanks to a $4 million donation to the Campaign to Save Lives by the estate of the late Remy Louis Chatain, Jr., a Pasadena resident since 2004. Chatain, a Los Angeles native, inherited his family’s design firm, C.W. Stockwell. The company is famous for its hand printed wallpapers and fabrics, which includes the iconic “Martinique” pattern wallpaper, still found on the walls of the Beverly Hills Hotel.Chatain loved animals and had a special bond with dogs. He adopted three small dogs that he found in the alley behind the company warehouse in Los Angeles. Chatain told friends that he would leave part of his estate to a humane society because he wanted to make a difference for more animals.“We are very thankful to Remy L. Chatain, Jr. for choosing to support the Pasadena Humane Society. His support is a testament to our community’s love of animals,” says Kristina Lamas, Vice President of Development at the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA.The Campaign to Save Lives began in 2009. The campaign was co-chaired by Bob Fidler and Nancy Plamann, joined by honorary committee co-chairs Weta and Allen Mathies.Chatain’s donation joins the more than 315 other donors that enabled the construction of the Animal Care Center. The PHS Board of Directors was among the campaign’s donors, as was the City of Glendale.“We are thrilled by the response of our donors for making our capital campaign a success. We are now able to better serve the community with our state-of-the-art animal care facility,” adds Bob Fidler, Campaign to Save Lives Campaign Co-Chair.The Animal Care Center includes a low-cost spay/neuter and vaccination clinic, a behavior and training center, boarding kennels and an expanded retail store.Since opening, the Animal Care Center has provided over 6,000 free or low-cost spay and neuter surgeries, 11,000 pet vaccinations, and implanted 1,800 microchips. The shelter now offers dog training classes six days a week with an expanded schedule, including puppy classes, agility and nose work training, as well as instructor and pet CPR seminars.“The Animal Care Center has exceeded our expectations.” says Steve McNall, President and CEO of the Pasadena Humane Society. “It has enabled us to provide affordable, essential services to thousands of pet owners in our community, further strengthening the bond between people and their pets.”About the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCAThe Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA is an open door, community-funded center, which provides all animals a place where they receive a safe haven, care and respect. The agency provides essential animal welfare and control services for the cities of Arcadia, Bradbury, Glendale, La Cañada Flintridge, Monrovia, Pasadena, San Marino, Sierra Madre and South Pasadena. For more information, visit www.pasadenahumane.org. Business News Community News Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Make a comment Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * 11 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS More Cool Stuff Community News Subscribe First Heatwave Expected Next Week Top of the News Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Donald CommunityPCC- COMMUNITYVirtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPasadena Public WorksPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes
Press Trust Of India First Published: 5th December, 2019 04:33 IST 2018 World Championships silver medallist Sonia Chahal (57kg) and Youth World champion Jyoti Gulia (51kg) stormed into the quarter-finals of the fourth Elite Women’s National Boxing Championships on Wednesday. Chahal, who won the 57kg gold in 2016 and bronze in 2017, endured stiff resistance from All India Police’s Sandhyarani Devi in 57kg before coming out winner 4-1.”I started slow but was able to go on all-out attack in the third round. Overall, I am happy with my performance. Getting the gold here is important for me as it will give me the confidence to play the trials for the Olympic qualifiers. I hope to give my best and get the gold,” said Chahal after the bout.Youth Olympian and Youth World Champion Jyoti, representing the Railways, however, had a much tougher time in the ring. Chandigarh’s India Open silver medallist Monika proved to be quite a challenge for Jyoti, who needed to dig deep to edge past her opponent with a 3-2 victory. Cologne World Cup gold medallist Meenakumari Devi, who is also the defending champion in 54kg, didn’t need to exert much effort as she was declared winner by RSC (Referee Stop Contest) in Round 3 against UP’s Kanika Chaudhary. Cologne World Cup silver medallist Pwilao Basumatary also made an impressive start to her gold medal quest in 64kg against Delhi’s Aarti Rawal. The Assam pugilist, representing RSPB, emerged winner by dint of RSC in Round 3.Later, 2019 President’s Cup (Indonesia) gold medallist Monika landed a strong flurry of punches in her 48kg bout to record a commanding 5-0 win over Himachal Pradesh’s Jyotika Bisht. Punjab and Chandigarh’s boxers put up a dazzling display as usual. Minakshi (48kg), Riya Rani (54kg), Manu Badhan (75kg) and Parminder Kaur (81kg) put Punjab on the winners’ column. Chandigarh’s Ritu progressed in 57kg via an RSC win in Round 2 over Jammu & Kashmir’s Neha Bhagat, while Neema (64kg) emerged 5-0 winner over Maharashtra’s Simran Mendon. One of the biggest upsets of the day, however, was the exit of Chandigarh’s promising Nandini in 81kg. Nandini, who was a part of the 2019 Women’s World Boxing Championships squad, was knocked out 1-4 by Uttar Pradesh’s Shaily Singh. Written By Last Updated: 5th December, 2019 04:33 IST Sonia, Jyoti Enter Quarters Of Women’s National Boxing 2018 World Championships silver medallist Sonia Chahal (57kg) and Youth World champion Jyoti Gulia (51kg) stormed into the quarter-finals of the fourth Elite Women’s National Boxing Championships on Wednesday COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW US
MansionBet adds Bristol City to sponsorship portfolio August 20, 2020 StumbleUpon Submit David Lampitt, Sportradar: F1 presents betting’s most sizeable opportunity August 14, 2020 To the elation of football fans all over the globe, the Champions League returned this week and with it came strong away performances from Premier League clubs. A four goal drubbing at St Jakob-Park meant that tournament favourites, Manchester City set the record for the biggest away win in the knockout stages by an English side in the history of the competition. Only for the record to subsequently be broken by Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool the following night, who defeated Porto by five goals with the help of a Sadio Mane hat-trick, to all but book a place in the last eight. Both resounding wins enhanced the faith of punters that one of two well backed sides could win the tournament, prior to Tuesday night City attracted 24% of all bets in the Champions League winning market. Pep’s side were the most backed side, followed by Barcelona, who were responsible for 18% of all bets placed.Despite a disastrous opening ten minutes in Turin, Tottenham and Harry Kane valiantly fought back to earn a draw against Italian champions Juventus in the first leg of their Champions League last 16 tie. If Pochettino’s side can can defy the odds and achieve European success this season, then it Oddschecker revealed that it would “almost certainly” lead to the odds being slashed on England winning the World Cup this Summer. Oddschecker spokesperson George Elek commented: “Tottenham fans are often reminded that, despite possessing a promising squad and manager, they are yet to win anything with them.“Given that a huge proportion of their squad will be representing England at the World Cup, a European success would surely see the Three Lions’ price tumble for Russia’s World Cup.”Tottenham aren’t the only side from North London that are looking achieve success in Europe this season, Arsenal head to Sweden this evening to take on Ostersunds FK in the Europa League. Arsenal are attracting 13% of bets to win the tournament however, perhaps surprisingly, the most backed team for the Europa League by Oddschecker punters are Villarreal, despite being available at 25/1 long shots.The Spanish outfit have accounted for 34% of all bets on the winner of the Europa League despite being well down the pecking order. Bet-at-home maintains 2020 outlook as regulatory headwinds loom August 3, 2020 Share Share Related Articles
FULL ARMOR—Lincoln Mighty Mites are ready for battle as coached by (left) assistant coach Jacen Morris and head coach Verto Frazier. In other news, Wilkinsburg and Homewood split their series over the weekend, indicating that we may be in for a treat whenever the ACMFL playoffs begin in just a few short weeks. Also, Lincoln records its first sweep of the season in which they took four games from the North Side. The Hill District pulled a sweep over Braddock, four games to none. Garfield “whipped their brooms out” against the North Shore as well.Let’s take a look at how your community fared: This Week: 1. Clairton, 4-0 1. Garfield, 4-0 1. Hill District, 4-0 1. Lincoln, 4-0 5. Homewood, 2-25. Wilkinsburg, 2-2 7. Braddock, 0-47. North Shore, 0-47. North Side, 0-4 Scores: Wilkinsburg vs. Homewood: Twerps 12-0 (Wilkinsburg); Termites 13-7 (Wilkinsburg); M. Mites 14-19 (Homewood); Midgets 13-25 (Homewood)Lincoln vs. North Side: Twerps 12-0 (Lincoln); Termites 19-0 (Lincoln); M. Mites 39-6 (Lincoln); Midgets 45-0 (Lincoln)Clairton vs. West Pittsburgh: Clairton Wins All Games Due To Forfeit.Hill District vs. Braddock: Twerps 12-0 (Hill); Termites 13-6 (Hill); M. Mites 33-0 (Hill); Midgets 32-0 (Hill)North Shore vs. Garfield: Twerps 0-31 (Garfield); Termites 6-7 (Garfield); M. Mites 7-31 (Garfield); Midgets 47-0 (Garfield).Overall Standings:1. Garfield, 24-6-22. Wilkinsburg, 20-10-23. Homewood, 20-11-14. Hill District, 19-10-35. Lincoln, 17-11-46. North Shore, 14-17-17. Clairton, 11-18-39. North Side, 6-24-210. Braddock, 5-25-2 Let’s take a look at who will do battle next week: All series will begin at 9 a.m. on both daysW. Pittsburgh at Wilkinsburg (Sunday)Clairton at North ShoreLincoln at Hill DistrictHomewood at North SideBraddock at Garfield (Follow our weekly coverage of the ACMFL and make your comments on www.newpittsburghcourieronline.com) (D.W. Howze can be reached at [email protected]) by D.W. Howze For New Pittsburgh Courier According to an e-mail received from the ACMFL’s secretary: “All of the games that West Pittsburgh has played and were wins are now losses. And all of the games they have left will all be losses as well.” This indicates that in some form or another West Pittsburgh is out of championship contention and will no longer participate in the league for the remainder of the 2009 season. More details will follow in next week’s edition.
The final game of the round robin tourney is set for 2:15 p.m. at Pass Creek Park near Robson.L.V. Rogers Bombers head into the tournament on a high note after recently defeating zone power Rossland Royals 4-0 earlier this month.Jena Wheeldon paced the attack with a hat trick while Hailee Gerun added a single.Tara Yowek registered the shutout despite LVR playing the game shorthanded with only nine players.The LVR senior squad, which is stocked mostly by junior-aged players, lost 1-0 to Stanley Humphries Rockers in zone playoff action.The loss eliminates LVR from the post season.Stanley Humphries faced Rossland for the zone crown.Bombers seniors get second chance.The L.V. Rogers Bombers have an opportunity to take the back door into the B.C. High School AA Girl’s Field Hockey Championships.The Bombers lost to Stanley Humphries 1-0 but the Rockers can’t make the back door game due to injuries, opening the door for LVR.The game is set for Wednesday in Kelowna at the Mission against Okanagan #2. The winner advances to the AA tournament November 2-4 in [email protected] The West Kootenay High School Field Hockey season comes to an end this week with playoff action.Tuesday, Pass Creek Park in Castlegar is the site of the West Kootenay Junior Girl’s Field Hockey Championship tournamentL.V. Rogers Bombers, Rossland Royals and Trafalgar Totems make up the draw.
The Western Hockey League announced its 2016 Awards, and guess who’s on the list — Nelson’s Dryden Hunt.Hunt, who last month signed an entry-level contract with Florida Panthers of the National Hockey League, was announced as the WHL Eastern Conference Four Memorial Broncos Player of the Year.Western Conference winner is Joe Hickets of the Victoria Royals.The 20-year-old forward has experienced a dream season with the Moose Jaw Warriors, finishing second in WHL scoring with 116 points — four behind Adam Brooks of the Regina Pats. Hunt, who was also selected top the WHL First All Star team, scored 58 goals this season, tops in the entire WHL. Hunt also had five hat tricks.The 6-foot, 200 pound left-winger was also named player-of-the-month for January and recently player-of-the-week in February.Hunt’s teammates, netminder Zachary Sawchenko was selected Eastern Conference Top Goaltender and Noah Gregor Rookie of the year.The Nelson Minor Hockey grad also walked away with four team awards. Hunt ended a 21-year drought for Warrior 50 goal scorers, and was the first Warrior in ten years to go over 100 points in a season, with that he captured the RBC Top Scorer Award.Hunt shared Player of the Year honours with Moose Jaw team captain Brayden Point while capturing the YARA Fans Choice award and team’s 3-Star Award.The Moose Jaw Warriors won its final regular season game, downing the Swift Current Broncos 3-1 to finish their 2015-2016 season in third place in the East Division.Moose Jaw now faces Prince Albert Raiders in the first round of the playoffs beginning Friday in Prince Albert.Game two is Saturday, March 26th in Prince Albert before the series shifts to Moose Jaw for Game’s three and four on Monday, March 28th and Tuesday, March 29th.Story originated at The Nelson Daily
Air New Zealand has unveiled the latest chapter in its extraordinary journey of innovation and inspiration that has propelled it to win AirlineRatings.com 2014 Airline of the Year.On Wednesday July 8th (US time) at Everett Washington the airline and Boeing showed off the interior of the first Boeing 787-9 for which the airline is the launch customer. Once again Air New Zealand has shown that its quest for innovation shows no sign of flagging with an interior that is filled with clever ideas to make the travel experience better not just for the passengers at the pointy end but right through the cabin.The 787 comes with a catalogue of standard seating options that Boeing will permit airlines to install on their aircraft. Air New Zealand rejected all the standard seats and insisted on specially designed units. For instance Kerry Reeves, the airline’s Program Director for Aircraft Programs, explains that the economy seat has been set at a one-inch recline, so that passengers will not feel the need to immediately recline their seat fully (see video below). Passengers have the option to recline fully for sleep of course but Mr Reeves says studies have showed that a small recline will satisfy the majority of passengers, aside from night time.Air New Zealand also added more sculptured padding to the seats and modified the head rest to increase the travel up and downwards.Another “neat” feature is the airline has done away with the hand held control which is often difficult to get to when fitted into the arm rest and can be accidently activated. Now passengers have all their controls on the seat back video screen: light, flight attendant call button, sound level and brightness are all there. Also you can text the Flight Attendant for food or drinks and get an answer.The IFE system has been designed in New Zealand in partnership with Panasonic and has an app based touch screen system which is intuitive, easy to navigate and features a new customer interface. The new system will be also available progressively on the 777-200ER fleet as these aircraft are refurbished and will also be available across the 777-300ER fleet by the end of the year. It features more than 2,000 hours of content from more than 2,000 movie, television and audio titles including High Definition new releases, new and classic Disney and Hollywood titles and a dedicated category for HBO content.Air New Zealand CFO Rob McDonald told AirlineRatings.com that the airline is “very proud to be the launch customer for the 787-9. We believe it will be a game-changer for Air New Zealand, with increased levels of fuel efficiency and passenger comfort. We look forward to inviting our customers on board to experience the aircraft and all of its benefits for themselves.”Air New Zealand’s Rolls-Royce powered 787-9 is part of the airline’s fleet modernization effort. This 787-9, painted in a unique black livery, is the first of 10 Dreamliners to join Air New Zealand’s fleet and the airline has options on eight more. First scheduled route is Auckland to Perth, Australia in October 2014 and to both Tokyo and Shanghai in November 2014.Boeing Commercial Airplane’s Senior VP of Global Sales and Marketing John Wojick said “Air New Zealand was a perfect partner for us in developing the 787-9, given its innovative spirit, unique mission requirements and geography. The 787-9, combined with Air New Zealand’s exceptional onboard service, will set them apart from the competition by providing an unrivaled flying experience.”The 787-9 complements and extends the 787 family. With the fuselage stretched by 20 feet (6 meters) over the 787-8, the 787-9 will fly up to 40 more passengers an additional 450 nautical miles (830 km) with the same environmental performance of 20 percent less fuel use and thus emission than the planes it will replace. Air New Zealand Chief Flight Operations and Safety Officer Captain David Morgan, told AirlineRatings.com that the 787-9 is “a dream to fly.”When boarding the Air New Zealand 787-9 there is a great sense of space, a combination of the wide sculptured ceilings and very large windows. The cabin is very light and airy and has a warm inviting ambiance.The cabin has 18 Business Premier lie flat beds, 21 Premium Economy seats and 263 Economy seats. In economy 16 rows of three can be converted into the SkyCouch.Read: How the 787 beats jetlag here.Read: Air NZ accepts first 787AirlineRatings.com Editor Geoffrey Thomas and Editorial Director Christine Thomas were guests of Boeing and Air New Zealand.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Cabbage rolls, sauerkraut balls or even herring has been tied to many families’ New Year’s mealtime traditions. The North loves their roast pork and sauerkraut, the South their ham, peas and collards while the Northwest has been known to eat salmon. All steeped in tradition to bring good luck and fortune. Paul and I head down to the neighbors to enjoy a North-South meal. We love sharing this blend of traditions and reliving our days of living in the south with our Southern neighbors.The main attraction is ham and pork roast. Ham is a must for our Georgian neighbors, while we Ohioans gravitate toward roast pork. The carnivores we are, we all usually pile both selections on our plates. The folklore story that was told to me and I retold to my kids was that we eat pork because pigs root forward giving us a forward momentum in the New Year. Pigs have also been associated with plumpness and plentiful eating. Plenty to eat never seems to be a problem in this family but I don’t want chance the bad luck of “scratching out” my living in the New Year like poultry scratches backward. OSU Extension tells the tale that pork and sauerkraut on New Year’s Day goes back to German and Eastern European roots and will bring good luck and prosperity to those who eat it. Southern Living (the South’s food bible) states: “the more pork you eat, the more luck you’ll have” for the year. Just another reason to eat up! Ohio ranks eighth in pork production in the nation. OSU reports that the pork industry has improved this year with less PEDv and should be good news for all of us as we pile on the pork to get as much good luck as we can get.Cabbage is another staple. Southerners serve their cabbage in coleslaw where us northerners consume ours in sauerkraut. Believe it or not, cabbage is big business in Ohio. Ohio ranks twelfth in the nation and produces $7.1 million worth of cabbage products. That’s a lot of cabbage whether it’s sauerkraut or coleslaw. Don’t like sauerkraut but want its lucky benefits — try adding an apple or applesauce and a tablespoon of brown sugar just to take the sour edge off.In our North-South New Years feast after the pork and cabbage variations, it’s time to head to the side dishes. This is where the menu starts to differ. Southerners love to add collard greens and black-eyed peas which represent greenbacks and coins ensuring wealth and luck for everyone. Southern Living says that this tradition dates back to Civil War times when Union troops (us dreaded northerners) ravaged the southern farms leaving only black-eyed peas and greens for the animals to eat. These humble foods allowed the south to survive and have hope for the future. Although these aren’t our favorites, we make sure we eat at least a spoon of each because who wants to avoid wealth and luck of any kind.Cornbread is always served and symbolizes gold. True southerners do not put any sugar in their cornbread but we need juuuust a pinch of sugar. A fellow Ohioan neighbor always brings mashed potatoes to the table. I’m not sure why, other than we love potatoes and it seems it has always been included in a pork and sauerkraut meal.The 2016 New Years meal may have to be tweaked with more of a tailgate flare for the Buckeye game. Whether you will stick with tradition or vary with BBQ pork sandwiches and coleslaw for the game, make sure you fill your plate with plenty of Ohio’s agriculture filling your 2017 with lots of luck and prosperity.Eat well & healthy!Shelly Easy Black Eye Peas myrecipes.com 16 oz. pkg. frozen black eyed peas.3 cups water (may need less)1-2 large beef bouillon cubes1 medium onion, chopped1/2 (16-ounce) package kielbasa, sliced, browned, and drained (optional)Bring first 4 ingredients and, if desired, sausage to a boil in a saucepan. Reduce heat; simmer 30 minutes or until tender. Serve with Sweet Onion Relish. Short-Cut Collard Greens Ellie Krieger foodnetwork.com 1 1/4 pounds collard greens1 tablespoon water2 slices Canadian bacon1 tablespoon olive oil1 small onion, chopped1 tablespoon cider vinegar1 tablespoon maple syrup1/8 teaspoon hot red pepper flakes3/4 cup low-sodium chicken brothSalt Remove the stems and center ribs from the collard greens and discard. Cut the leaves into 1/2-inch strips. Place the greens into a large, microwave-safe bowl with the water and cover tightly. Microwave on high for 5 minutes.In the meantime, preheat a large skillet and cook the bacon for 2 minutes on each side. Remove the bacon from the pan, chop, and set aside. Add the oil and onion to the pan and cook until onions have softened, about 2 minutes. Add the collard greens and stir in the vinegar, maple syrup, red pepper flakes, and broth. Bring to a simmer and cook, covered, for 30 minutes. Add the chopped bacon to the pan, and season with salt. Makes 4 (1 1/2c servings) Shelly’s Golden Cornbread adapted from Farm Journal’s Country Cookbook 1 cup sifted flour2 Tbsp. sugar4 tsp. baking powderDash of salt1 cup yellow cornmeal3 egg whites1 cup skim milk3 Tbsp. oil Preheat oven to 425°. Mix dry ingredients together in a medium bowl. In small bowl beat eggs with fork and add milk and oil. Create well in dry ingredients and add egg mixture all at once. Stir with fork just until moist. Even if lumpy stop stirring. Pour into a greased 9” square baker and bake for 20-25 minutes. Makes 9 servings.Love corn muffins. Pour into muffin tins and bake at 400° for 15 minutes or until golden brown. Sauerkraut Pizza tasteofhome.com 1 tube (13.8 ounces) refrigerated pizza crust1 to 1-1/4 pounds bulk pork sausage1 cup chopped onion1-1/2 teaspoons fennel seed, divided1 teaspoon dried oregano1 teaspoon dried basil1 garlic clove, minced2 cups (8 ounces) shredded mozzarella cheese, divided1 can (15 ounces) pizza sauce1 can (14-1/2 ounces) Italian diced tomatoes, drained1 can (14 ounces) sauerkraut, well drained1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese Press pizza dough onto a lightly greased 14-in. round pizza pan. Bake at 450° for 4 minutes; set aside.In a large skillet, cook the sausage, onion, 1 teaspoon fennel seed, oregano, basil and garlic until the sausage is no longer pink and onion is tender; drain.Sprinkle crust with 1/2 cup mozzarella cheese. Spread with pizza sauce, sausage mixture, tomatoes, sauerkraut and remaining fennel seed and mozzarella. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.Bake at 450° for 18-20 minutes or until golden brown and bubbly. Let stand for 5 minutes before cutting. Yield: 6 servings. 1 serving (1 piece) equals 472 calories, 25 g fat (11 g saturated fat), 59 mg cholesterol, 1,727 mg sodium, 40 g carbohydrate, 5 g fiber, 21 g protein. Hearty German Supper 2 c applesauce14 oz. can or bag of sauerkraut1/3 c dry white wine2 Tblsp. Brown sugar12 oz. pkg. polish sausage2 cups of sliced onions2 c potatoes in bite-sized chunks Combine applesauce, sauerkraut, wine and brown sugar in large saucepan. Mix well and add sausage, onions and potatoes. Simmer uncovered on stove top for 20-30 minutes.
Man City midfielder Rodri: You can’t relax hereby Paul Vegas25 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester City midfielder Rodri is confident he will improve.Pep Guardiola has been enthused by the £60million summer signing’s performances but Rodri admitted he still has much to learn.Fernandinho and Mikel Arteta have become big influences in his opening weeks at the Etihad Stadium since moving from Atletico Madrid.”Sometimes I’d be a bit relaxed like in Spain but here you don’t have it,” Rodri said. “In Spain we say slow down but here you can’t. I need those matches to adapt but I like it.”Fernandinho has helped me. He taught me a little bit. It’s not easy to be in this team. He has a lot of experience. I have lots of things to learn.”I’m not used to this position. We don’t have many defensive players. I like this. I think it’s the best position I fit in most.”The first matches can be difficult. I’ll get better of course. The fact I play alone with no other defensive midfielder. It’s a challenge for me. I have to read the games and learn this position.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Arsenal boss Emery admits Ozil didn’t deserve starting placeby Paul Vegas22 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal boss Unai Emery admits Mesut Ozil didn’t deserve a place in his starting XI last night.Ozil, the highest-paid player in the history of the club, was again left out of the matchday squad as Gabriel Martinelli hit a brace in the 4-0 Europa League victory over Standard Liege.”I am thinking every time to decide the best players for each match and the best players in the squad to play and to help us,” Emery replied when asked about Ozil’s omission.”When I decided he shouldn’t be in the squad it’s because I think other players deserved it more.”He needs to continue working. Tomorrow we have training with the players who didn’t play, and on Sunday we have another match, and we are going to decide the same.”Our target is to win on Sunday against Bournemouth, and we want to carry on our same way in each match.”