Frozen

20 Apr 19
Miami Beef Co., Inc.

#Grocers need to be strategic about the assortment of fresh and frozen meat that they provide their customers. Economy, middle grade and premium are all needed (depending on the occasion) for your shoppers. Learn more on our #blog. https://t.co/wpWiZVQp7Y — Miami Beef (@MiamiBeef) April 20, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/MiamiBeef

20 Apr 19
Get Kids into Books

Published by Cranachan Publishing, 2019. In The Titanic Detective Agency Lindsay Littleson has taken one of the most widely known historical disaster stories and told it from the perspective of two young passengers. Twelve-year-old Bertha Watt, travelling in second class, has ambitions to become a polar explorer or an aviator. She’s a young girl on the […]

20 Apr 19
Danube66

INGREDIENTS 2 1/2 cups fish or vegetable stock 1/3 cup olive oil 3 tablespoons unsalted butter 1 small onion, minced (about 1/2 cup) 1 1/3 cups Arborio rice 1/2 cup dry white wine 1 16 oz bag frozen seafood mix 1/2 cup fire-roasted diced tomatoes 1/2 cup loosely packed chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley 1 teaspoon […]

20 Apr 19
The Last Apostle

Psalms 119:18. Open thou mine eyes, that I may behold wondrous things out of thy law. INTRODUCTION Genesis 1:1 “In the beginning”, beginning of What? It certainly isn’t the beginning of God, God has no beginning nor ending, he is Eternal, Unchangeable, Omnipotent, Omnipresent, Omniscient, Ps. 90:2, Mal.3:6, Jere. 32:27, Ps. 139:7-10, 2 Chronicles 16:9, […]

20 Apr 19
Miami Beef Co., Inc.

#Grocers need to be strategic about the assortment of fresh and frozen meat that they provide their customers. Economy, middle grade and premium are all needed (depending on the occasion) for your shoppers. Learn more on our #blog. https://t.co/wpWiZVQp7Y — Miami Beef (@MiamiBeef) April 20, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/MiamiBeef

20 Apr 19
Ketowize

Our thick and creamy Reese’s Cup milkshake has the richness of keto fat bombs, including that peanut butter chocolate goodness you’re craving, all while being deliciously low carb! This keto treat will be a hit with the whole family.

20 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
EASTENDERS’ new spoiler pictures have been revealed teasing Sean Slater’s dramatic return to Albert Square. After 10 years away from the show actor Rob Kazinky is set to cause mayhem as he comes back to see his mum Jean, who is fighting cancer. Sean goes to collect Amy from school and confuses her by saying her mum asked him to collect her Fan favourite Sean returns to Walford next week and decides to collect Amy – the little girl he once thought was his daughter – from school. In a move that is bound to cause trouble, he then tells Jack Branning’s daughter her mum asked him to pick her up. Unsurprisingly, this confuses little Amy because her mum Roxy is dead. Stacey Fowler’s older brother has no idea that Amy’s mum Roxy passed away with her older sister Ronnie. Poor Amy is confused and scared by Sean Sean collects Amy from school without her dad Jack knowing EastEnders’ fans will remember Sean was devastated when a paternity test proved that Jack Branning was actually Amy’s dad. The bad boy of Walford was last seen escaping a frozen lake after driving him, Roxy and Amy into it. On discovering his little girl is missing Jack starts to panic, completely unaware that Sean is back in Walford. EastEnders producer, Kate Oates, told of her excitement for Sean’s big return revealing the star has had a major input in his storyline. [bc_video video_id=”6025728812001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”New Ben Michell slammed for ‘terrible’ Michael Caine accent in EastEnders”] Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
20 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
EASTENDERS’ new spoiler pictures have been revealed teasing Sean Slater’s dramatic return to Albert Square. After 10 years away from the show actor Rob Kazinky is set to cause mayhem as he comes back to see his mum Jean, who is fighting cancer. Sean goes to collect Amy from school and confuses her by saying her mum asked him to collect her Fan favourite Sean returns to Walford next week and decides to collect Amy – the little girl he once thought was his daughter – from school. In a move that is bound to cause trouble, he then tells Jack Branning’s daughter her mum asked him to pick her up. Unsurprisingly, this confuses little Amy because her mum Roxy is dead. Stacey Fowler’s older brother has no idea that Amy’s mum Roxy passed away with her older sister Ronnie. Poor Amy is confused and scared by Sean Sean collects Amy from school without her dad Jack knowing EastEnders’ fans will remember Sean was devastated when a paternity test proved that Jack Branning was actually Amy’s dad. The bad boy of Walford was last seen escaping a frozen lake after driving him, Roxy and Amy into it. On discovering his little girl is missing Jack starts to panic, completely unaware that Sean is back in Walford. EastEnders producer, Kate Oates, told of her excitement for Sean’s big return revealing the star has had a major input in his storyline. [bc_video video_id=”6025728812001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”New Ben Michell slammed for ‘terrible’ Michael Caine accent in EastEnders”] Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
20 Apr 19
The Sun
EASTENDERS’ new spoiler pictures have been revealed teasing Sean Slater’s dramatic return to Albert Square. After 10 years away from the show actor Rob Kazinky is set to cause mayhem as he comes back to see his mum Jean, who is fighting cancer. Sean goes to collect Amy from school and confuses her by saying her mum asked him to collect her Fan favourite Sean returns to Walford next week and decides to collect Amy – the little girl he once thought was his daughter – from school. In a move that is bound to cause trouble, he then tells Jack Branning’s daughter her mum asked him to pick her up. Unsurprisingly, this confuses little Amy because her mum Roxy is dead. Stacey Fowler’s older brother has no idea that Amy’s mum Roxy passed away with her older sister Ronnie. Poor Amy is confused and scared by Sean Sean collects Amy from school without her dad Jack knowing EastEnders’ fans will remember Sean was devastated when a paternity test proved that Jack Branning was actually Amy’s dad. The bad boy of Walford was last seen escaping a frozen lake after driving him, Roxy and Amy into it. On discovering his little girl is missing Jack starts to panic, completely unaware that Sean is back in Walford. EastEnders producer, Kate Oates, told of her excitement for Sean’s big return revealing the star has had a major input in his storyline. [bc_video video_id=”6025728812001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”New Ben Michell slammed for ‘terrible’ Michael Caine accent in EastEnders”] Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
20 Apr 19
East Bay Times
MOUNTAIN VIEW —  Paper egg cartons, clamshell containers for berries or fruit, black plastic to-go containers: These  are just a few of the items you shouldn’t be throwing into your recycling bin. It’s best to check your local Department of Public Works’ website, or contact your recycling provider or city recycling department for specifics, said Cynthia Palacio, a senior analyst for Mountain View’s Recycling and Zero Waste Division, as each municipality has slightly different regulations. But with the U.S. selling recycled materials to China and other countries, Palacio said, there are some hard and fast rules to remember, even with the uncertainty about what is or isn’t being recycled overseas. Earlier this year, Chinese recycling centers started being far more selective about what they would or will not buy from overseas suppliers, that is: us. So what we optimistically toss into the recycling bin, hoping that it will somehow get reused, is increasingly likely to be turned away or at best, create more work for workers who sort the materials, Palacio said. That increases the risk of contaminating the recycling that is being sold and the chance that it will be sent back. Palacio was at Mountain View’s community center Saturday for the city’s inaugural Earth Day fair, educating  educate fair-goers about what should and should not go into the recycling bin. Conscientious recyclers, Palacio said, should be more vigilant about ensuring that all containers are thoroughly cleaned of food scraps and dried. They should also be more careful about separating clean paper from plastics and metals, to ensure that cities can get the best price for recycled material, and about not throwing into the recycling bin single-use plastic bags or other things that tend to gum up the sorting machines at recycling centers, she said. Mountain View resident Abigail Evans admitted she had been recycling clamshell plastic fruit containers without realizing they wouldn’t be accepted. Often there isn’t any other way to buy berries at the grocery stores, she said, and it isn’t always possible or financially feasible to shop at a farmer’s market. “It sort of hurts your heart,” she said. “I’m hoping big companies can make an effort to provide us with package-free products because there aren’t always other options.” But to make a significant dent in the amount of trash that we, as a society, produce, will require more action on the part of corporations, not just recycling by individuals, said Steve Attinger, the environmental sustainability coordinator for the city of Mountain View. Already, hardware stores collect used batteries and fluorescent lightbulbs and many grocery stores will take back single-use plastic bags, he said. But it would take new laws to force companies to take their products back when they break, when customers upgrade to a newer model, or have simply finished using the product. “If we were to shift the responsibility back to the manufacturers and producers, it would be a game-changer,” Attinger said. “And they could build it into the price of the product.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]He added, “Right now, the price we’re paying for goods and services doesn’t reflect environmental cost or the cost to disadvantaged communities.” Although it may not be possible to rid your life of plastics altogether, Palacio said, you can limit the number of single-use plastic containers you go through by buying in bulk where possible or reusing plastic to-go containers and plastic bags. In the meantime, below are [cq comment=”for print, say: “see the sidebar” because placement could differ”] some rules to follow. What goes into the recycling bin? Always check with your local municipality or recycling provider for its unique specifications. But, here are some general principals most Bay Area cities and towns follow. Yes, do recycle: Aluminum cans and foil Glass bottles and jars (but no other glass) Metal cans and lids (but no other metals) Plastic bottles, tubs, jugs and lids Milk, juice and soup cartons Clean paper products, such as catalogs, junk mail, newspapers, magazines, paper bags, phone books, manila folders and receipts No, don’t recycle: Clamshell plastic containers Plastic wrap and bags Black plastic Ceramics or other glassware Hot and cold coffee or Styrofoam cups Egg cartons (but you can throw these in the compost) Frozen food boxes Padded envelopes Takeout containers Food-soiled paper or cardboard; anything with liquid still inside Packaging materials, such as foam peanuts Propane cylinders Aersol cans Photographs  
20 Apr 19
The Mercury News
MOUNTAIN VIEW —  Paper egg cartons, clamshell containers for berries or fruit, black plastic to-go containers: These  are just a few of the items you shouldn’t be throwing into your recycling bin. It’s best to check your local Department of Public Works’ website, or contact your recycling provider or city recycling department for specifics, said Cynthia Palacio, a senior analyst for Mountain View’s Recycling and Zero Waste Division, as each municipality has slightly different regulations. But with the U.S. selling recycled materials to China and other countries, Palacio said, there are some hard and fast rules to remember, even with the uncertainty about what is or isn’t being recycled overseas. Earlier this year, Chinese recycling centers started being far more selective about what they would or will not buy from overseas suppliers, that is: us. So what we optimistically toss into the recycling bin, hoping that it will somehow get reused, is increasingly likely to be turned away or at best, create more work for workers who sort the materials, Palacio said. That increases the risk of contaminating the recycling that is being sold and the chance that it will be sent back. Palacio was at Mountain View’s community center Saturday for the city’s inaugural Earth Day fair, educating  educate fair-goers about what should and should not go into the recycling bin. Conscientious recyclers, Palacio said, should be more vigilant about ensuring that all containers are thoroughly cleaned of food scraps and dried. They should also be more careful about separating clean paper from plastics and metals, to ensure that cities can get the best price for recycled material, and about not throwing into the recycling bin single-use plastic bags or other things that tend to gum up the sorting machines at recycling centers, she said. Mountain View resident Abigail Evans admitted she had been recycling clamshell plastic fruit containers without realizing they wouldn’t be accepted. Often there isn’t any other way to buy berries at the grocery stores, she said, and it isn’t always possible or financially feasible to shop at a farmer’s market. “It sort of hurts your heart,” she said. “I’m hoping big companies can make an effort to provide us with package-free products because there aren’t always other options.” But to make a significant dent in the amount of trash that we, as a society, produce, will require more action on the part of corporations, not just recycling by individuals, said Steve Attinger, the environmental sustainability coordinator for the city of Mountain View. Already, hardware stores collect used batteries and fluorescent lightbulbs and many grocery stores will take back single-use plastic bags, he said. But it would take new laws to force companies to take their products back when they break, when customers upgrade to a newer model, or have simply finished using the product. “If we were to shift the responsibility back to the manufacturers and producers, it would be a game-changer,” Attinger said. “And they could build it into the price of the product.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]He added, “Right now, the price we’re paying for goods and services doesn’t reflect environmental cost or the cost to disadvantaged communities.” Although it may not be possible to rid your life of plastics altogether, Palacio said, you can limit the number of single-use plastic containers you go through by buying in bulk where possible or reusing plastic to-go containers and plastic bags. In the meantime, below are [cq comment=”for print, say: “see the sidebar” because placement could differ”] some rules to follow. What goes into the recycling bin? Always check with your local municipality or recycling provider for its unique specifications. But, here are some general principals most Bay Area cities and towns follow. Yes, do recycle: Aluminum cans and foil Glass bottles and jars (but no other glass) Metal cans and lids (but no other metals) Plastic bottles, tubs, jugs and lids Milk, juice and soup cartons Clean paper products, such as catalogs, junk mail, newspapers, magazines, paper bags, phone books, manila folders and receipts No, don’t recycle: Clamshell plastic containers Plastic wrap and bags Black plastic Ceramics or other glassware Hot and cold coffee or Styrofoam cups Egg cartons (but you can throw these in the compost) Frozen food boxes Padded envelopes Takeout containers Food-soiled paper or cardboard; anything with liquid still inside Packaging materials, such as foam peanuts Propane cylinders Aersol cans Photographs