Illex

11 Dec 18
MMORPG blog

Lord of the rings online Xantipe crafted Guild reputation items, gathered some Illex, killing some enemies enroute and that was all. Stormsong farmed Sarnur for those Jewelled sword sheats and Broken Mace clubs. World chat was empty, one person aked for Forges of Khazad Dum. Little wish to run them, it’s not-effective instance. Still, asked, […]

20 Nov 18
MMORPG blog

Lord of the rings online Xantipe continued Eregion fun. Taking every non-repeatable quest, almost throwing away rewards (shields/heavy armour for hunters?). Killing every deedable monsters in sight, be it lizard or half-orc.  Only one time had to avoid: it was lvl.51 rare elite master with 32.000 health. I have no chance against him. Questing was […]

19 Nov 18
Korea Auto parts Info

Company Name : Infac Co., Ltd. CEO : Choi, Ogil / Choi, Woongseon Group : Infact Type of business : Production of new power transfer unit Business contents : Manufacturing/wholesales of cables for automobile, telecommunication instrument. Form of company : KOSPI, medium enterprise, external audit corporation, export/import company Established dated : 24th Jan. 1972 Number of […]

31 Oct 18
TNT

Cephalopods could become an important food source in the global community Among chefs and researchers in gastronomy there is a growing interest in exploring local waters in order to use resources in a more diverse and sustainable manner, including using the cephalopod population as a counterweight to the dwindling fishing of bonefish, as well as […]

29 Oct 18
Diario El Ciudadano y la Región

La cuestión Malvinas continúa siendo uno de los principales temas de la agenda de Política Exterior de la administración de Mauricio Macri

20 Oct 18
The Scottish Sun
CALAMARI served in British pubs and restaurants may not be what it seems. Some foreign producers are using a cheap fishy paste as a substitute for fresh squid and delivering it to British outlets, reports say. Some foreign producers are using a cheap fishy paste as a substitute for fresh calamari Celebrity chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall said restaurants were “conning their customers” by selling these fishy rings as squid but there is nothing illegal about the practice. Some seafood producers combine a paste of giant Pacific squid, Alaskan pollock, starch, additives and water into a mixer and squirt it out into rings, according to the daily mail. These ingredients are then battered, frozen and shipped to diners across Europe and the UK. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall said British restaurants were “conning” customers but the practice is legal “Squid rings describe a way of preparing whole squid by slicing their cylindrical bodies horizontally into rings,” Mr Fearnley-Whittingstall told the mail. “It’s become a classic the world over, and anything not made this way shouldn’t be called squid rings. So any pub, restaurant or canteen serving these and calling them squid rings is conning their customers plain and simple. “It’s absolutely vital that all foods are described honestly and accurately, and food manufacturers and retailers aren’t allowed to get away with misleading us.” The rings can still be described as squid because the rings contain an element of the sea creature and the process is not illegal. Restaurants, hotels, pubs, cafes and canteens do not have to declare the other ingredients. The processing practice has become more prevalent as the price of the preferred Illex squid, which is softer and less acidic, has rocketed while stocks have plummeted. Giant Pacific squid are in plentiful supply but European consumers have rejected them, according to the mail. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The global catch of Illex squid has been falling since 2015 and was down almost 30 per cent this year compared with last year at 195,000 tons. The wholesale price of Illex has risen by around 230 per cent since 2015, taking it up to some £4,060 per ton. The squid paste product sold in the UK is labelled as Battered Squid Rings.
20 Oct 18
The Sun
CALAMARI served in British pubs and restaurants may not be what it seems. Some foreign producers are using a cheap fishy paste as a substitute for fresh squid and delivering it to British outlets, reports say. Some foreign producers are using a cheap fishy paste as a substitute for fresh calamari Celebrity chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall said restaurants were “conning their customers” by selling these fishy rings as squid but there is nothing illegal about the practice. Some seafood producers combine a paste of giant Pacific squid, Alaskan pollock, starch, additives and water into a mixer and squirt it out into rings, according to the daily mail. These ingredients are then battered, frozen and shipped to diners across Europe and the UK. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall said British restaurants were “conning” customers but the practice is legal “Squid rings describe a way of preparing whole squid by slicing their cylindrical bodies horizontally into rings,” Mr Fearnley-Whittingstall told the mail. “It’s become a classic the world over, and anything not made this way shouldn’t be called squid rings. So any pub, restaurant or canteen serving these and calling them squid rings is conning their customers plain and simple. “It’s absolutely vital that all foods are described honestly and accurately, and food manufacturers and retailers aren’t allowed to get away with misleading us.” The rings can still be described as squid because the rings contain an element of the sea creature and the process is not illegal. Restaurants, hotels, pubs, cafes and canteens do not have to declare the other ingredients. The processing practice has become more prevalent as the price of the preferred Illex squid, which is softer and less acidic, has rocketed while stocks have plummeted. Giant Pacific squid are in plentiful supply but European consumers have rejected them, according to the mail. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”316″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The global catch of Illex squid has been falling since 2015 and was down almost 30 per cent this year compared with last year at 195,000 tons. The wholesale price of Illex has risen by around 230 per cent since 2015, taking it up to some £4,060 per ton. The squid paste product sold in the UK is labelled as Battered Squid Rings.
17 Oct 18
{DOWNLOAD} Deviant Species - Advent of the Blue Radula (2018)

“Advent of the Blue Radula” TRACKLIST 1 – Incordian 2 – Advent of the Blue Radula 3 – Mantle of Illex 4 – Someone Else at the Wheel 5 – Tales of Benthos (Carrier Part II) 6 – Denizens of the Deep (feat. Scorb) 7 – March of the Cephalopians 8 – Congress of Broadfins […]

11 Sep 18

Eros and Magic in the Renaissance by Ioan Culianu With modest commentary in brackets. Intrasubjective Magic (p.130) Since all magic that does not presuppose the intervention of demons is intersubjective, it is possible that the performer’s action is directed to himself, in which case we have to deal with an intrasubjective magic. This branch of […]

05 Sep 18
ThreeHundredWords

“Fishermen take every single opportunity for a quick snooze to catch up with their disturbed sleeping pattern” Photo and text by Tomek Zawadowski. Edited by Leon Haines.

28 Jul 18
Dustin Hartley blog

Everybody has a way of speaking called an idiolect (idio = “one’s own” + lect = a variety of language), and every family has an ecolect. My family certainly had its own ways of speaking. If you eavesdrop on one of my mom’s conversations, you’ll hear her recall conversations by saying, “Then I says to […]

03 Jul 18
cottages.com

Feast your eyes on these properties with stunning coastal views. Just you, the sea and an amazing place to relax – there’s no better way to be beside the seaside! Manor Studio, Dartmouth, Devon The upper floor of a period house, this stunning holiday home offers three separate balconies with 180 degree views of the […]