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Fall Specials and October Desserts at Real Food Daily

first_imgHome of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena HerbeautyThese Are 15 Great Style Tips From Asian WomenHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty8 Yoga Poses To Overcome Stress And AnxietyHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Strong Female TV Characters Who Deserve To Have A SpinoffHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyA Mental Health Chatbot Which Helps People With DepressionHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyGained Back All The Weight You Lost?HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty9 Of The Best Metabolism-Boosting Foods For Weight LossHerbeautyHerbeauty Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * 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. Living Now Fall Specials and October Desserts at Real Food Daily From STAFF REPORTS Published on Tuesday, October 22, 2013 | 12:56 pm More Cool Stuff Community News Community News First Heatwave Expected Next Week The season for overindulging is fast approaching, but before you give in to tempting, non-healthy foods, check out the healthy and delicious Fall specials plant-based restaurant, Real Food Daily has in store:Three AmigosCauliflower chickpea fritters with spicy serrano avocado aioli and sweet red onion tamarind sauce. Nut-free & soy-freeThe Great CardiniTuscan kale, romaine lettuce, garbanzo beans, red quinoa, roasted yam croutons with creamy almond shallot dressing, avocado, spiced pumpkin seeds and macadamia parmesan. Gluten-freeQuesadillas de City of Los AngelesButternut squash, garnet yams, black beans, caramelized onions and pepperjack cheese, toasted whole wheat tortilla with salsa verde & guacamole. Nut-freeClassic ComfortHerbed quinoa lentil loaf, roasted garlic mashed potatoes with golden gravy, sautéed broccolini, cranberry coulis. Gluten-freeThe EssenceRosemary forbidden rice and apple stuffed portabella mushroom, peppered cauliflower mash, candied walnut Brussels sprouts with parsley & pomegranate. Gluten-free & soy-freeAlso, the southern-inspired comfort dish and fan favorite, Salisbury Seitan, is back for fall and winter only as a Classic Flashback.Craving something sweet? RFD is also rolling out its newest and most decadent desserts this October including:Carrot Cake Two layered cake w/ cream â€˜chz’ icingPumpkin Bake Served warm and topped w/ a pecan streuselDouble Fudge Brownie Double chocolate chip brownies. Nut-free & soy-freeChia Chocolate Parfait Chia seeds soaked in pomegranate juice atop chocolate pudding. Nut-freeDutch Apple Pie Served warm with a la mode upon requestPumpkin Cupcake Iced w/ a spiced, caramel, maple buttercream. Gluten-freeBrownie Bowl Top our Brownie w/ a scoop of ice cream drizzled w/ chocolate sauceAll these and more are available this month and season at our premiere organic plant-based restaurant in town, Real Food Daily. To view the whole menu and find out more about Real Food Daily, visit http://www.realfood.com or call (626) 844-8907. Real Food Daily is located at 899 E. Del Mar Blvd on the corner of Lake Ave. faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimescenter_img EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Top of the News Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  Business News Make a comment Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy 9 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Subscribelast_img read more

 

Corrigan’s creations delight Thomond Park crowd

first_imgNewsCorrigan’s creations delight Thomond Park crowdBy admin – September 15, 2010 1027 Advertisement Email Facebook Linkedin WhatsAppcenter_img HE MAYBE Leinster born and reared but Richard Corrigan won the following of the Munster faithful in Thomond Park on Tuesday night when his live cooking demonstration delighted the some 400 strong crowd who paid to see the famous restaurateur and TV chef do what he does best.From a simple but delicious seafood pasta dish with kelp and cockles to a ideas of how a €9 chicken would feed a family for three days,Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Corrigan showed some epicurean delights in what he called “good family food” that was both “nutritious and very tasty”.The night began with a cooking demonstration from Masterchefs’ Thomond Park based head chef, Jonathon Ronan, who cooked a sumptuous loin of pork with sweet potato, savoy cabbage and plenty of twists along the way that were set to tickle and inspire the taste buds of the gathered foodies.Guests were invited to sample the produce of local suppliers who had market stalls set up in the main conference suite including ice-cream from Tommy Relihan’s cart at Adare Farm Foods, Simon Wilkinson’s fare from The Country Basket and Helen Cahill’s Newcastlewest based Cahill’s Farm Cheese. The branded Thomond Park red and white wine was also available to help the night go down with ease.Back to the main event and the man himself took to the cooking stage ably assisted by members of the Munster Rugby academy including Kieran Essex, Conor Murray and Mike Sherry who were drilled all week in the preparation of the dishes. The trio opened with a seafood pasta dish with a Japanese leaning incorporating kelp, cockles and wasabi. Beef olives were next up as Corrigan and crew sliced beef fillet and stuffed with a mushroom and herb stuffing before pan frying and serving with a vibrant lentil accompaniment. A thrilling soufflé broke the pace of the night as the famous chef took a number of questions from the audience. From foodie trivia to technical know-how, the farmers son turned upper end London based chef and restaurateur, answered what was put to him with aplomb, including one clever young woman who delved outside the run of the mill questions to ask what the chef’s favourite comfort food was? Little did the crowd expect a response from the often outspoken chef to include, “toasted soda bread and Heinz baked beans – and they’re not paying me to say that. If I come home in the evening and I’m tired and not in the mood to cook, I will toast some soda bread and have some good baked beans. Nothing more – even if I was out for a few pints, you wouldn’t find me hanging around take-aways with kebab, no, I’d wait until I got home and have that”.A sauté chicken, with an Indian spice influence closed the display as four lucky punters were drawn from a hat to dine at the chef’s final creations.Michelle Payne, Business Development Manager with Thomond Park said that the night “proved again what a fantastic venue Thomond Park is and we were delighted with the turnout and how the evening went.The event closed with a performance from the young New Zealand singing sensation Will Martin who flew in to Limerick on the night ahead of his concert performances at the UCH. Print Twitter Previous articleNine new steps for L-plate excellenceNext articleStaff shortage leads to A&E crisis adminlast_img read more

 

NI Launches 10-Year Strategy and Goals for Advancing Diversity, Equity and Sustainability

first_imgLocal NewsBusiness NI Launches 10-Year Strategy and Goals for Advancing Diversity, Equity and Sustainability By Digital AIM Web Support – February 3, 2021 Twitter WhatsApp Previous articleRinchem Company Selects Omnitracs to Ensure Safety and ComplianceNext articleNordson Corporation Announces Earnings Release and Webcast for First Quarter Fiscal Year 2021 Digital AIM Web Support Facebook WhatsApp TAGS  Facebook Pinterest Pinterest AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 3, 2021– NI (NASDAQ: NATI) today released Engineering Hope, its 2030 Corporate Impact Strategy, outlining the company’s vision and aspirational goals for making a measurable, positive impact on society and the environment by 2030. The long-term plan to advance diversity, equity and sustainability furthers NI’s promise to Engineer Ambitiously™, connecting people, ideas and technology to take on the world’s greatest challenges. “The world is facing pressing challenges, from climate change to inequality. Engineering will play a pivotal role in confronting these issues, which is why we must collectively lead the change we hope to see in society,” said NI President and CEO Eric Starkloff. “We are focusing our efforts in areas like sustainability, diversity and equity – areas in which we can drive important, meaningful impact at NI, in the engineering field and in society at large.” Over the next decade, NI is dedicated to creating impact in three areas by working toward a set of 15 goals and commitments, including two “moonshot” diversity goals. The strategy reflects a yearlong process to assess NI’s environmental impact and the priorities of employees, customers and other stakeholders. See the full strategy and goal list at ni.com/engineeringhope2030.Changing the faces of engineering: NI is committed to increasing diversity and inclusion across its workforce and management teams and throughout the engineering industry. NI’s “moonshot” goals are based on the aspiration for its workforce to mirror society overall. With that in mind, NI has set specific 2030 goals to increase the representation of women and people of color in its workforce and in management roles, based on global and U.S. demographics. Achieving this goal, particularly in technical fields, will require focus not just within NI, but also on educational opportunities for underserved communities. NI will continue supporting the future generation of engineers by giving to and volunteering with STEM education initiatives. NI will invest $3.4 million globally over the next four years in STEM education initiatives that serve underrepresented or economically disadvantaged students. Its first grantees, Code2College and Project Lead The Way, will each receive $100,000 per year for the next four years to expand their hands-on learning programs.Building a thriving and equitable society: By 2030, NI’s goal is for 16% of its suppliers to be small or diverse businesses. This is part of NI’s commitment to increasing equity and well-being among its employees and in the communities where they live and work. The company will also work toward achieving pay equity, advancing comprehensive well-being programs and supporting economic opportunity initiatives through giving and volunteering. Engineering a healthy planet: By 2030, NI’s goal is to achieve Zero Waste at NI-owned buildings and reduce waste at leased facilities worldwide. The company will also work to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, conserve resources and design all new buildings to LEED and WELL standards. NI will also pursue circular design improvements to its products and packaging and donate or discount NI products to organizations developing green technologies. To further progress toward these goals, NI has issued a 2+1 Giving Pledge: By 2030, the company will increase giving from 1% to 2% of annual, pre-tax profits in the form of monetary and product donations. And NI employees will have the opportunity to spend 1% of their work hours volunteering in their communities. “This strategy builds upon NI’s culture of caring and long legacy of corporate citizenship,” said NI Head of Corporate Impact Tabitha Upshaw. “At the same time, it goes beyond philanthropy to integrate corporate impact into most every aspect of our business, especially the way we empower our customers, educators and innovators to use NI products for good.” The strategy is also designed to be iterative, and NI may scale its commitments and goals as its programs evolve and mature. NI will publish an annual corporate impact report that measures against its 2019 baseline data. Forward-Looking Statements This release contains certain forward-looking statements of NI, including statements about our strategy; what our goals are, how we plan to attain them, and our efforts to attain them; and our commitments. These statements are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties, including risks and uncertainties related to our ability to attain or make significant progress toward attaining our goals; the COVID-19 virus and further economic and market disruptions resulting from COVID-19; further adverse changes or fluctuations in the global economy; further adverse fluctuations in our industry; changes in the current regulatory environment; our budgets; our ability to effectively manage our operating expenses; expense overruns; the availability of materials and resources; our ability to attract and retain employees; our employee restructuring plans; manufacturing inefficiencies and the level of capacity utilization; the impact of any recent or future acquisitions or divestitures by NI (including the ability to retain and integrate the acquired company’s employees into NI); and adverse effects of tax treatment and effective tax rates. Actual results may differ materially from the expected results. NI directs readers to its Form 10-K for the year ended Dec. 31, 2019, its Form 10-Q for the quarter ended Sept. 30, 2020 and the other documents it files with the SEC for other risks associated with the company’s future performance. These documents contain and identify important factors that could cause our actual results to differ materially from those contained in our forward-looking statements. All information in this release is as of the date above. NI undertakes no duty to update any forward-looking statement to conform the statement to actual results or changes in NI’s expectations. About NI At NI, we bring together the people, ideas and technology so forward thinkers and creative problem solvers can take on humanity’s biggest challenges. From data and automation to research and validation, we provide the tailored, software-connected systems engineers and enterprises need to Engineer Ambitiously™ every day. National Instruments, NI, ni.com and Engineer Ambitiously are trademarks of National Instruments Corporation. Other product and company names listed are trademarks or trade names of their respective companies.   View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005190/en/ CONTACT: NI Corporate Media Relations Amy Grabein [email protected] [email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA TEXAS INDUSTRY KEYWORD: HARDWARE DATA MANAGEMENT MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY PRIMARY/SECONDARY TRAINING EDUCATION OTHER CONSUMER WOMEN PHILANTHROPY ENVIRONMENT MEN SOFTWARE OTHER PHILANTHROPY CONSUMER ENGINEERING SOURCE: NI Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/03/2021 09:00 AM/DISC: 02/03/2021 09:01 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005190/en Twitterlast_img read more

 

Liverpool boys basketball handles C-NS, edges F-M in overtime

first_imgTrailing 36-27 at halftime and by as much as 14 at one point, Liverpool had stormed back to tie it 49-49 going to the fourth quarter, only to have F-M go back in front. When Josh Michel converted a basket and free throw with 37.8 seconds left, the Hornets led 64-58.Then Jack Pento drained a 3-pointer, was fouled and made the ensuing free throw. Even with that, the Hornets were up 67-64 until Jacob Works got open and sank another 3-pointer at the horn to force OT.Then, in the last minute of the extra period, another Works 3-pointer keyed the final surge as he finished the night with 26 points, while Pento poured in 15 points. Kyle Caves had 13 points and Romeo Clarke added 11 points. When the Liverpool boys basketball team made its way to Cicero-North Syracuse for the renewal of their rivalry last Friday night, it had already made one great escape during the week.And while the Warriors’ 73-53 win over the Northstars proved entertaining in its own right, it could not match the wild nature of what had taken place at Fayetteville-Manlius three nights earlier.There, Liverpool seemed beaten before a stunning last-minute turnaround in regulation led to a 79-73 overtime win over the Hornets. While that was going on, C-NS took a 60-39 defeat to Henninger, yet another instance where the Northstars played an opponent close for a long stretch.The Northstars only trailed the Black Knights 33-31 through three periods before Henninger dominated the fourth quarter, seeing Zakir Faircloth-Williams (16 points), Carlito Aldamuy (14 points), Tong Mading and Rasheed Bailey (10 points) apiece all hit double figures.Again, Luke Paragon would pace C-NS, finishing with 14 points and eight rebounds, while Kevin Felasco finished with nine points.Now the Northstars turned to its rematch with Liverpool and, just like with Henninger, the Northstars were competitive for long stretches and then things got away.Though up 18-13 through one period, the Warriors had a difficult time gaining full control against a well-balanced C-NS attack.But Liverpool closed on a 27-11 run, Works leading the way by earning 18 points as Pento had 14 points and Jacob Vacco made an emphatic return to the lineup, earning 13 points.Paragon also had 13 points to pace the Northstars, adding nine rebounds. Joe Penizotto had 11 points, with Brian Bonin getting 10 points and Grant Sennett adding nine points.After the loss to Liverpool, C-NS would take on F-M and Corcoran this week as the Warriors go to Baldiwnsville on Tuesday and visit Nottingham Friday night.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story center_img Tags: boys basketballC-NSliverpoollast_img read more