Kilner

19 Feb 19
KKcardcraft

Introduction Birthday cards are always special to make for people you care about. Sometimes you need to make a few to keep, for those emergencys when you realise its someone birthday and would like to send a card. All Supplies used, are from Stampin’Up! unless otherwise stated. Todays card This card is quick and easy. […]

18 Feb 19
Dicmortimer's Blog

In preparation for the imminent collapse of the UK economy, it is now prudent to begin stockpiling essential supplies that might at least see you through a couple of months of severe shortages*. That means food and medicine. I won’t pontificate about medicine, since no two people have the same specific physiology. All I can […]

18 Feb 19
Not One-Off Britishisms

Comments to the recent  post on “potted,” meaning summarized or abridged, led me to understand that British people use the the word “pot” to refer to smallish containers for food, whereas for Americans, a pot is strictly the thing you cook in, frequently mentioned in company with pans. (British) Catherine Rose commented: Potted food is […]

18 Feb 19
A Kilner Abroad

Peru is renowned all over the world for its cuisine, with Lima’s Central Restaurant ranked 5th in the world and appearing on Masterchef in series 14 in 2018. In a country that has everything from the Amazon Jungle, expansive coastlines, and daunting glaciers, there is plenty of reflection of this country’s diversity and experimentation in […]

18 Feb 19
Old Ebor

What did promising young cricketers do 100 years ago? The answer depended more on your social class than your ability.

18 Feb 19
KKcardcraft

Introduction Easy card Monday is especially for those of you that are just starting out with card making and stamping . Welcome once again to easy card Monday. All of the posts this week will have a birthday theme, so todays card has a sweet cake on it from the Hello Cup Cake stamp set, from […]

17 Feb 19
Chubi Badupbur's Kitchen

Ingredients 300g water 300g sugar 1 turn salt 5g vanilla 90g cocoa powder Method in greenpan heat water and sugar on p2 for about 5 minutes leave to cool to 43C add vanilla sieve cocoa into large bowl gradually add syrup until all is blended sieve into jug, then pour into sterilised kilner jar

17 Feb 19
seomypassion12

All the natural ice-cream accessible nowadays from supermarkets and ice-cream vans certainly fills you up with sugar, additives and colourings. For a long time the buyer has put up with the exact same flavours and names. While the UK has are more continentally aware it’s not just espresso and croissants that individuals have come accustomed […]

17 Feb 19
The Mercury News
CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos or video on a mobile device UNION CITY — There’s another dynasty on the De La Salle campus — and it competes in the winter season. The Spartans won their 10th North Coast Section wrestling championship team title in 11 years — the most in the event’s history — with 302 points Saturday at James Logan. Logan won nine titles between 1992 and 2004. “That was our goal, to get our 10th,” De La Salle coach Mark Halvorson said. “The kids did a good job.” Of course, the giant of all high school dynasties plays in the fall for De La Salle. “We joke around a lot,” Halvorson said about himself and the school’s football coaches Halvorson is proud of his program. “It took years to build it up, and we got a bunch of good kids,” he said. “And it’s the culture of the school and everything ties together, the brotherhood. They all wrestle for each other, so it’s a big deal to win the team championship.” De La Salle qualified nine wrestlers for the California Interscholastic Federation state championships Thursday through Saturday in Bakersfield. Five Spartans won weight division titles Saturday: Kyle Parco (132 pounds), Dwayne Guerrero (138), Mario Franco (152), Ankhaa Enkhmandakh (160) and Ben Roe (285). Parco and Guerrero won the third NCS weight division titles of their careers. Match of the night The 132-pound final had a state-tournament feel to it, and with good reason. It matched Parco (ranked first in the state for the weight division by The California Wrestler) and Upper Lake’s Jose Fernandez III (ranked fifth). The match was scoreless through the first two periods before a string of points in the third period. A takedown by Parco with 1:37 left in the period started the scoring, and he took a 6-3 lead before eventually winning 7-5. “My plan was just to turn him, got right to where I needed, but he fought back really hard,” said Parco, who beat Fernandez 10-5 in the semifinals of the Doc Buchanan tournament in early January. “Every match that I wrestle against him, I know it is going to be a battle.” “That was a good match. Two really good kids. Fernandez wrestled him really tough,” said Halvorson, who also said the duo might be on the same side of the state bracket. Great start to finals The weight division order was scrambled for the finals, and the first match was for the 220-pound title. Pittsburg’s Isaiah Chatman produced a takedown in the last 20 seconds of the match to edge Mission San Jose’s Elias Khamisy 4-3. “I was thinking, like, I’m running out of time, I’ve got to move,” Chatman said. “I just tried to hit the misdirection counter step sweep single right, and it happened to work.” Chatman trailed 3-0 entering the third period, but had two escapes in the first minute to set up his heroics. State-ranked wrestlers win titles All the NCS state-ranked wrestlers who competed in the finals Saturday won their divisions. Liberty’s Adrian Chavez, ranked second in the 195-pound division, took a 6-0 lead over Casa Grande’s Justin Naugle before using a head-and-arm for a pin at two minutes, 47 seconds for his third NCS title. Enkhmandakh, ranked fifth at 160 pounds, took a 5-1 lead in the second period on his way to a 7-1 decision over Kelseyville’s Alex Garcia. James Logan’s Devin Garcia excited the home crowd with a 15-0 technical fall of De La Salle’s Bobby Cuevas in the 106-pound final. Garcia is ranked sixth in the state in that weight class. Granada’s Jack Kilner, ranked seventh at 182 pounds, defeated Castro Valley’s Andrew Kohl 4-1. It was Kilner’s third NCS title. Freedom’s Dakota Unpingco, ranked 10th at 126 pounds, outscored opponent Riley Hilt of De La Salle 8-0 in the final two periods to win a 10-2 major decision. Other NCS champions from the East Bay included College Park’s Gus Petruske (120 pounds) and Las Lomas’ Tate Bossert (170).
17 Feb 19
East Bay Times
CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos or video on a mobile device UNION CITY — There’s another dynasty on the De La Salle campus — and it competes in the winter season. The Spartans won their 10th North Coast Section wrestling championship team title in 11 years — the most in the event’s history — with 302 points Saturday at James Logan. Logan won nine titles between 1992 and 2004. “That was our goal, to get our 10th,” De La Salle coach Mark Halvorson said. “The kids did a good job.” Of course, the giant of all high school dynasties plays in the fall for De La Salle. “We joke around a lot,” Halvorson said about himself and the school’s football coaches Halvorson is proud of his program. “It took years to build it up, and we got a bunch of good kids,” he said. “And it’s the culture of the school and everything ties together, the brotherhood. They all wrestle for each other, so it’s a big deal to win the team championship.” De La Salle qualified nine wrestlers for the California Interscholastic Federation state championships Thursday through Saturday in Bakersfield. Five Spartans won weight division titles Saturday: Kyle Parco (132 pounds), Dwayne Guerrero (138), Mario Franco (152), Ankhaa Enkhmandakh (160) and Ben Roe (285). Parco and Guerrero won the third NCS weight division titles of their careers. Match of the night The 132-pound final had a state-tournament feel to it, and with good reason. It matched Parco (ranked first in the state for the weight division by The California Wrestler) and Upper Lake’s Jose Fernandez III (ranked fifth). The match was scoreless through the first two periods before a string of points in the third period. A takedown by Parco with 1:37 left in the period started the scoring, and he took a 6-3 lead before eventually winning 7-5. “My plan was just to turn him, got right to where I needed, but he fought back really hard,” said Parco, who beat Fernandez 10-5 in the semifinals of the Doc Buchanan tournament in early January. “Every match that I wrestle against him, I know it is going to be a battle.” “That was a good match. Two really good kids. Fernandez wrestled him really tough,” said Halvorson, who also said the duo might be on the same side of the state bracket. Great start to finals The weight division order was scrambled for the finals, and the first match was for the 220-pound title. Pittsburg’s Isaiah Chatman produced a takedown in the last 20 seconds of the match to edge Mission San Jose’s Elias Khamisy 4-3. “I was thinking, like, I’m running out of time, I’ve got to move,” Chatman said. “I just tried to hit the misdirection counter step sweep single right, and it happened to work.” Chatman trailed 3-0 entering the third period, but had two escapes in the first minute to set up his heroics. State-ranked wrestlers win titles All the NCS state-ranked wrestlers who competed in the finals Saturday won their divisions. Liberty’s Adrian Chavez, ranked second in the 195-pound division, took a 6-0 lead over Casa Grande’s Justin Naugle before using a head-and-arm for a pin at two minutes, 47 seconds for his third NCS title. Enkhmandakh, ranked fifth at 160 pounds, took a 5-1 lead in the second period on his way to a 7-1 decision over Kelseyville’s Alex Garcia. James Logan’s Devin Garcia excited the home crowd with a 15-0 technical fall of De La Salle’s Bobby Cuevas in the 106-pound final. Garcia is ranked sixth in the state in that weight class. Granada’s Jack Kilner, ranked seventh at 182 pounds, defeated Castro Valley’s Andrew Kohl 4-1. It was Kilner’s third NCS title. Freedom’s Dakota Unpingco, ranked 10th at 126 pounds, outscored opponent Riley Hilt of De La Salle 8-0 in the final two periods to win a 10-2 major decision. Other NCS champions from the East Bay included College Park’s Gus Petruske (120 pounds) and Las Lomas’ Tate Bossert (170).
16 Feb 19
Awakened-UK

There isn’t much point taking supplements if you aren’t digesting the foods you eat properly. Healing your gut is essential so that you body can successfully absorb nutrients. If you drink alcohol or have taken antibiotics your gut flora will be damaged. Include fermented foods: kefir, sauerkraut etc. which you can buy from health food […]

16 Feb 19
The Gannet

Rios Rosas is somewhat off the beaten tourist track but I don’t mind a bit of a walk if the food’s good. Of course you can take the train to the station of the same name. This tapas bar is one of a few businesses using the same address on a curved street (unusual in […]

16 Feb 19
KKcardcraft

Introduction Stampin’ Up!’ s sale – a- Bration started its second release yesterday . The new products available are fantastic. I you would like a paper copy of the new brochure or of ant of the catalogues just let me know. I have made a short video to show you whats available Video MORE NEWS […]

15 Feb 19
KKcardcraft

Introduction Black and white cards are my most favourite. Every Friday I will be showing you my take on this monochromic theme. All Supplies are from Stampin’Up! unless otherwise stated. I wanted to make a box today for the 6×6 mothers day card made in last weeks post. Click here to view.  Unfortunately I needed […]

14 Feb 19
KKcardcraft

Introduction Pootles is the team I belong to in the Stampin’Up! community. When a new catalouge launches we have a card swap. The team is very large , so for those that want to join in, we are split up into small groups of 5 or 6 and send the group the same card. Its […]

13 Feb 19
Endometriosis survivor

Buying lunch to go on the high street can be pricey and usually results in plastic waste, which is a huge threat to our planet. Making your own lunch to take to the office can save you money, time and help reduce unnecessary waste. Try to avoid single-use items such as cling film, flimsy plastic […]