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first_imgIsabel Kelly, co-director of the PX+ Festival, on the inspiration behind the event, which is taking place again this August.In the latter part of eight years working in the commercial side of bakeries, I began to question the industry and became disillusioned by the lack of connection between the baker’s main ingredient and the wider food system.Frequently, I would find myself working with some of the UK’s best chefs, who knew the intricate details of every product involved in creating a dish. Yet when it came to flour, not one chef questioned where it was from, how it had been grown or processed. Flour was, and still is, seen as a commodity product.In  2017, I was involved with WastED London, a project by US chef Dan Barber and his team. The interactions between suppliers, farmers, producers, bakers, chefs, sommeliers and delivery companies sparked the idea of a longer-term event, and bringing these groups together. Buying and selling relationships had been put aside – people had been thinking and collaborating in an entirely different way.We believed that, in creating a space for our diverse industry to come together, there was an opportunity to change some of that thinking while really considering our current practices, discussing what we needed to improve, and planning how we were going to get there. Together. In August 2018, more than 200 international participants joined us and more than 1,500 guests at Duchess Farm, Hertfordshire. A team of 14 industry professionals created 18 areas over the weekend.One of the most talked-about was the live mill and bakery. Taking to the bakery stage were bakers from Louise Bannon to Paul Rhodes, millers including Gilchesters and Marriage’s, farmers and grain breeders such as John Letts and Fintan Keenan. Discussion, experimentation and collaboration were the order of the weekend. Butchers worked with bakers, bakers worked with chefs, chefs worked with farmers.We return to Duchess Farm again this August – showcasing more incredible talent: Kim Bell of Small Food Bakery; Wing Mon Cheung of Ten Belles, Paris; Graison Gill of Bellgarde, New Orleans, to name a few. Andy Forbes will have his Moulin Astrie stone-mill in action once more, milling grains grown on the farm, along with other interesting varieties. Workshops, masterclasses and baking will take place in an even bigger barn this year.In the words of a wonderful baker from Toronto, Dawn Woodward: “Let’s think of grain as a flavour component, not just a component to put flavour on.”last_img read more


first_imgSergio Ramos (C) lifts the trophy next to Real Madrid’s Croatian midfielder Luka Modric (L) and Real Madrid’s French forward Karim Benzema (R) after Real Madrid won the UEFA Champions League final football match between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid at San Siro Stadium in Milan, on May 28, 2016. AFP PHOTOMilan, Italy | AFP |Cristiano Ronaldo added the finishing touches as Real Madrid were crowned kings of Europe for an 11th time with a 5-3 penalties victory over Atletico Madrid in the Champions League final on Saturday.Two years after reviving Real’s bid for a 10th title, captain Sergio Ramos struck the opener after just 15 minutes at a packed San Siro.But the match was pushed into extra time when Yannick Carrasco came off the bench to level on 79 minutes — the Belgian rushing towards the touchlines to kiss his partner in celebration.After two scoreless periods of extra time the match went to penalties, and when defender Juanfran’s effort blasted off the bottom of Keylor Navas’s upright Ronaldo stepped up to secure the trophy for the second time in three years. In 2014, Atletico lost 4-1 in extra time after Ramos headed a late leveller at the death. After Bale skewed an effort wide, Atletico got back on their feet to see Saul Niguez turn on Carrasco’s cross and send a half-volley wide of the post.It prompted Simeone into some frantic arm-waving, but instead fans were left breathing huge sighs of relief as Real piled on the pressure.At the end, Simeone said: “What really hurts me is to see the hurt of the people who’ve paid to come here -– I feel a bit responsible that I wasn’t able to give them what they wanted. That’s what really hurts.”Luka Modric sent Benzema clear but he found the chest of onrushing Oblak with the goal at his mercy.Modric was involved again when Ronaldo shot straight at the keeper from 25 yards, and Atletico survived a huge scare when Oblak stopped Ronaldo’s effort, then had Stefan Savic to thank for clearing Bale’s follow-up off the line.The match was turned on its head moments later when Carrasco muscled his way through Real’s central defence to smash Juanfran’s perfectly-weighted cross past Navas and send the red half of the stadium wild.But in the end penalty misses from Juanfran and Griezmann left Atletico coming up short.Ronaldo said: “Penalties are always a lottery, you never know what’s going to happen.“But we showed that our team had more experience and we showed that we scored all penalties — it was unbelievable, a fantastic night.”Share on: WhatsApp ‘Penalties are a lottery’When Ramos opened the scoring on the quarter hour, Atletico’s hopes, and morale, plummeted.“We started the game badly,” admitted Simeone, who hinted he could now consider his future at the club.“I think I could start thinking about my future,” Simeone said cryptically. “It puts a lot of years on you.”Before half-time Atletico were restricted to an Antoine Griezmann shot that fizzed wide of the upright, but they were handed a lifeline seconds after the restart when Pepe barged into Torres from behind.English referee Mark Clattenburg had no hesitation pointing to the spot but Griezmann, with seven goals in the competition this season, smashed his effort off the underside of the crossbar.center_img It means Real coach Zinedine Zidane has joined an elite club of players — including, notably, Johan Cruyff, Carlo Ancelotti and Pep Guardiola — to have also won the title as a coach.Man-of-the-match Ramos said Zidane’s arrival in January following the sacking of Rafael Benitez was “really important for us”.“He has a great relationship with the players. We’ll be celebrating this with him!” said Ramos.The normally reserved Frenchman, meanwhile, was overjoyed at lifting European club football’s biggest prize.“I was given the chance to come to this amazing club, and then to coach it. I have a phenomenal team and great players who are also talented, and it was together we achieved what we did tonight,” said Zidane.Real, inaugural winners of the competition in 1956, claimed their 10th title two years ago in Lisbon when a late Ramos leveller pushed the match into extra-time.Atletico coach Diego Simeone had pledged his side, two-time Europa League winners in 2010 and 2012, would end their wait to finally win Europe’s premier competition.But it took only six minutes for Real to start knocking on the door when Jan Oblak had to produce a point-blank save from Karim Benzema after Gareth Bale’s back-header.last_img read more


first_imgOfficials in Oakland Park are reporting that a clerk was shot and killed in an altercation between customers and employees.The incident occurred Monday around 12:30 a.m at a 7-Eleven.Authorities did not say what led to the incident, however, a source close to the case told reporters that the brawl may have started over an employee refusing to sell a customer a cigar because the customer did not have their ID and looked young. The customer then reportedly became angry and started yelling which caused another employee to get involved. The employees were attempting to escort the customer out of the store when one of the employees was shot in the parking lot.The 57-year-old victim was rushed to Broward Health North where they later died.The shooter was briefly detained for questioning but according to the police report, no arrest have been made at this time.It is unclear if the shooter was the customer being escorted or if someone else involved pulled the trigger.Authorities have not released the name of the victim due to the inability to reach their next of kin.last_img read more


first_imgIt’s time to look up to the sky for a rare space show.Scientists with the American Meteor Society say there could be an “outburst” of the alpha Monocertoid meteor shower Thursday night into early Friday morning.The shower, which occurs annually, was most notable in 1925, 1935, 1985, and again in 1995, when its outbursts caused numerous meteors that were visible for a short time, according to the American Meteor Society.Meteor scientists Peter Jenniskens and Esko Lyytinen explain that if this year’s alpha Monocertoid shower reaches its potential, we could see up to 100 meteors streaking across the sky between about 11:30 p.m. Thursday night and 12:10 a.m. Friday morning.last_img


first_imgA diver died after collapsing on a charter boat in Juno Beach Friday afternoon, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.Deputies say the charter boat captain requested assistance from the U.S. Coast Guard when 43-year-old James Ligon of Kennesaw, Georgia, collapsed on the vessel’s deck and hit his head.Ligon did not show any signs of distress when he surfaced from the water, deputies say.Officers with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission responded to the call and took Ligon on their boat for treatment. He was taken to St. Mary’s Medical Center, where he was later pronounced dead.Detectives from the Violent Crimes Division are now investigating the death.last_img


first_imgGeorge Zimmerman filed a lawsuit Wednesday in Polk County against the family of Trayvon Martin.The complaint, which seeks $100 million in damages, alleges that the key witness in Zimmerman’s 2013 trial, Rachel Jeantel, was an “imposter and fake witness.”Zimmerman’s lawyer, Larry Klayman, argues that the allegations arose after Hollywood film director Joel Gilbert published a book that showed Jeantel was not Trayvon’s girlfriend and was not on the phone before the fateful meeting between Zimmerman and Trayvon.The lawsuit states that Trayvon’s real girlfriend, Brittany Diamond Eugene, was switched out for Jeantel when Eugene decided she did not want to bear false witness. In addition, the filing alleges that Trayvon’s mother, Sybrina Fulton, along with prosecutors and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, knew about the “imposter witness.”Zimmerman also claims that he has received death threats and has suffered “great mental anguish, resulting in (him) being diagnosed with depression as well as PTSD and PTSS which he suffers from and remains in treatment for to this day.” The former neighborhood watchman was acquitted of shooting and killing Trayvon Martin in 2012 in Sanford, Florida.last_img read more


first_imgThe Magic City is a stunning host city for the Super Bowl, but it has its challenges when it comes to security.First of all, Miami is surrounded by water. Security teams will monitor Hard Rock Stadium in Miami from the sky, ground and water as thousands of football fans begin to pour in for Super Bowl LIV.While there are no credible threats against the Super Bowl, federal agents are ready for anything even the coronavirus is a concern.The Super Bowl has long been considered a potential target for terrorists or other violent extremists, and this year the game will be played amid rising tensions with Iran. But none of the games has ever been attacked.State and federal law enforcement agencies said they’re ready for anything this coming Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, including a detonated bomb or massive food poisoning, but haven’t identified any threats.Events for Super Bowl LIV between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers kicked off earlier this week around South Florida, with an interactive Super Bowl Experience at the Miami Beach Convention Center and Super Bowl LIVE at Miami’s Bayfront Park.It’s a lot of mileage to patrol, but officials said they are well prepared after planning for months and running drills.Maj. Ed Caneva, the Miami-Dade Police Department’s Operations Commander for the NFL title game, said his agency has identified a raft of different scenarios.“We have been training and addressing anything,” Maj. Caneva said.Several thousand federal, state, and local law enforcement officials are involved in the game and the events leading up to it.You can watch Super Bowl LIV from the safety of your own home on WFLX FOX 29 on Sunday, Feb. 2 starting at 6:30 p.m.last_img read more


first_imgWhite House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany blasting Mayor Lori Lightfoot for Chicago’s ongoing violence, noting that President Trump sent her a letter saying she must secure her city. At a White House press briefing, McEnany criticized Lightfoot for not requesting federal help to curb gun violence in her city. McEnany said the city leader was “doing a very poor job at protecting her streets,” NBC Chicago noted, and called her the “derelict mayor of Chicago.”White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany listens as lawmakers talk about the coronavirus spending bill after meeting with President Donald Trump at White House, Tuesday, April 21, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)Chicago logged 385 murders this year through July 12, compared with 260 in the same period in 2019, according to police department statistics.Lightfoot replied on Twitter with a racial slur, “Hey, Karen. Watch your mouth.”“Karen” is a pejorative term used in the United States for a woman perceived to be entitled, demanding and a racist white woman who uses her privilege to demand her own way at the expense of others.Over the past few months, “Karen” has transformed from an inside joke within communities of color into a mainstream phenomenon, according to the media.last_img read more


first_img8 Jun 2017 Cameron tames the winds to lead championship Doug Cameron tamed the winds today to take a one-shot lead into tomorrow’s final round of the English senior men’s amateur championship at Saunton, Devon. He went round the West course in level par 71 today, despite Saunton throwing all its weather defence at the players. This morning the rain hammered down. Later, as the clouds cleared and the sun came out, the winds steadily increased in strength. The combination pushed the cut up to 12-over par with 80 players qualifying for tomorrow’s final round. But despite the testing conditions Cameron, pictured top, compiled a 36-hole total of one-over par and is targeting his first major senior title – and hopefully a return to the England senior team. He’s a shot ahead of Welsh international Nick Grimmitt, who won the Irish seniors last month, while four players are on four-over, led by Lancashire’s Tony Holt who beat par on the East course today “It was brutal out there, but I’m delighted,” said Cameron (Henley), after battling the afternoon winds. He made a stuttering start to the round when he lost a ball en route to an opening double bogey, but he more than repaired the damage with birdies on the 3rd, 7th and 8th. “A couple of back-to-back birdies is rejuvenating,” he remarked. He found the back nine tough in the cross winds, but steadily negotiated his way home. Cameron is in form, having finished third in Ireland, and would love to claim his first senior title. There’s also his ambition to return to the England senior team after an absence of five years. “I’d like my place back, I love competing,” he said. Grimmitt (Glamorganshire), pictured left, was out in the worst of the rain but went round in in one-over par, repeating yesterday’s 71. He described conditions as horrendous, saying: “It was definitely the worst weather I’ve played in serious competition.” Despite that he found the perfect start with a birdie on the first, commenting: “It settled me down. I started birdie, eagle yesterday and thought that couldn’t be beaten, but to start with a three today was very satisfying.” “I played nicely, kept the ball under control and didn’t get into any serious trouble. I’m absolutely over the moon,” added Grimmitt, who joined senior ranks last year. Tony Holt became the first player to beat par on the East course when he returned one-under 70. “It’s my best ever round in a major tournament without a shadow a doubt, I’m really pleased,” he said afterwards. Despite starting in the heavy rain he played steadily, dropping just one shot on the way out and then picking up back-to-back birdies on 15 and 16. He sealed the score with a good up-and-down from a greenside bunker. Holt was in Lancashire’s winning team at the 2016 English Senior County Finals. He’s tied with former champion Stephen East (Leeds Golf Centre), Rupert Kellock (Sunningdale) and overnight leader Richard Norton (Beverley & East Riding), who added 77 on the East to his opening 69. “It was tougher today in the wind and I hadn’t played the course before, but I’m still in it,” he remarked. One of the most relieved players in the field was defending champion Richard Latham (Woodhall Spa) who made the cut in comfort when he added level par 71 to yesterday’s 79. “I just want to be playing tomorrow,” he said. “I played like my normal self today, just did what I do best, but yesterday was a joke.” Also safely through is Duncan Hamilton-Martin (St George’s Hill), who made the cut on the mark. He’s got another big golfing date later this month when he will play as a member of the England Disabled Golf Team which will travel to Portugal for the European Disabled Team Championship, starting on June 28. Hamilton-Martin, a lower-leg amputee, has put together a pair of 77s in this championship and commented: “It’s been brilliant.” Click here for full scores Click here for third round tee times Images copyright Leaderboard Photographylast_img read more


first_imgFacebook0Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Port of OlympiaWhen a boat named Sparky caught fire at Zittel’s Marina on May 24, the local protocol for marine fire suppression was put into action.Zittel’s towed the boat out of the marina for safety and called the Lacey Fire Department who contacted the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office.Sheriff’s Deputy Jeff Norton called Port Harbor Director Bruce Marshall at Swantown Marina and the two men piloted the Port Security Vessel/Fire Boat to the scene.Once the fire was out, they towed Sparky back to Zittel’s where the owner hauled it off on a trailer.The Port Security Vessel is jointly operated by the Port of Olympia and the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office.last_img