Final week to register for Fort Nelson Yeti hockey school

first_imgThe hockey school will feature novice, atom, peewee, bantam, and midget groups, along with a ladies/adult group.The cost to register is $125.00. Those wanting to take part are asked to send an email to for registration instructions.- Advertisement –last_img

Falcao’s Man United future: ‘Sadly he might not even want to stay’

first_img Radamel Falcao Man United striker Radamel Falcao watched from the stands as his team-mates were beaten 1-0 by Southampton at Old Trafford.Manager Louis van Gaal claimed the decision was tactical, pointing out Falcao had played the previous five games.“As a coach, you have to take decisions and you have to look at the composition of your team and your selection and you have to look at your game plan,” he said.The Colombia international joined from Monaco on loan in the summer, with United paying £6m for his services and have the option to buy him for £43m at the end of the season.Here, supporters have their say on whether they want Falcao to become a permanent member of the side… 1last_img read more

Shy ghosts `hide’ from hunters

first_imgPASADENA – As the night crept toward the Witching Hour, a shadowy figure stole across the proscenium of the stage at the Pasadena Playhouse. Maybe it was a trick of the light or too much caffeine. Whatever it was caught the attention of members of the Pasadena Paranormal Research Society when their digital equipment suddenly shut down at the same moment. “We were doing an EVP \ session and I saw it out of the corner of my eye,” said the Society’s resident gearhead, Dennis Liang. “I’m a skeptic. I told them from the start I want to know the truth,” she said. Wielding fistfuls of cool gadgets and colorfully lit sensors, the team’s tech, Liang, is part skeptic and part believer. Hunched over a console, he monitors data as it’s collected from a variety of sensors, including an LCD display streaming video from four digital records mounted in the green room, on stage and in an electrical utility area. They collect data on temperatures, electrical fields, barometric pressure, audio levels, infrared emissions and more. Assistant Director Gil Saldana explained there are two types of entities – “intelligent,” sentient spirits loitering in the afterlife, and residual energy left behind during times of strong emotion. That residual marker could be from nervous actors waiting in the green room or a performer absorbing the rapturous applause of the audience. But their ultimate quarry – the spirit of Brown – failed to heed their pleas to manifest. “Gilmor Brown, send us some kind of sign,” Schultz said from a third floor office where theater staff attribute unexplained phenomena to Brown’s ghost. “We hear you’re quite a prankster.” Not ready to entirely give up the ghost, Saldana offered a theory on why Brown didn’t appear. Just like they can drain power from cameras, he said, some spirits require energy to manifest. “I’m of the opinion any activity here is going to be much higher when there is a show going on and an audience to create energy,” he said. (626) 578-6300, Ext. 4444 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre It was an unusual late night show for the 90-year-old theater when a dozen investigators with the team converged recently to search for spirits and attempt to contact the mischievous ghost of its long-departed founder, Gilmor Brown. Investigating the Playhouse was an opportunity Society Director Syd Schultz said his team couldn’t pass up. “Most often we do private investigations of peoples’ homes. It’s not every day you can delve into a site so rich in history,” Schultz said. With the theater’s blessing, the team’s work was captured by a local filmmaker who is making a documentary about the history of the theater. Melinda Cole, a licensed private investigator, had no interest in the paranormal until she had to deal with what she described as her own personal poltergeist experience at home. last_img read more


first_imgA new system of recycling banks including alternate locations is to be introduced in Letterkenny. The number of recycling bring banks at Dunnes Stores, Oldtown has been reduced and the Council is asking the public to use alternative sites in the Letterkenny area.These other sites for the recycling of glass and cans can be found at: Alcorns Garden Centre Aura Leisure Centre Donegal County Council, Public Service Centre Letterkenny Centra, Circular Road Letterkenny Recycling Centre, Carnamuggagh Pinehill Business Park, Mountain TopSuzanne Bogan, Waste Awareness Officer with the Council is delighted with the number of people using bring banks throughout the town but is asking the public to be mindful of the fact that the number of banks at the Dunnes Stores site has been reduced.“I am delighted to see the demand for these bring bank facilities increasing in the town and unfortunately we have had to reduce the number of facilities at the Dunnes Stores site. We are asking people to make sure that their recyclables are properly inserted into the banks and that they are not left behind in plastic bags because the banks are full. We would consider this illegal dumping and so we are asking people not to do this”.“We are working to secure further sites in Letterkenny but in the meantime there are a number of bring bank sites for the recycling of glass and cans located throughout the town and we are asking members of the public to use these instead”. For more information on bring bank locations click here or visit www.donegalcoco.ieNEW RECYCLING BANK ARRANGEMENTS FOR LETTERKENNY was last modified: June 30th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal County Councilrecycling bankslast_img read more

Arsenal ‘express interest’ in former Watford star after World Cup showings

first_img Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland However, Record in Portugal say that there is no indication in such an outcome happening, with Layun himself being quoted: “I believe that if they had this intention [to buy Layun] they would have already communicated with me and with my agent. However, the possibility of staying in Seville is not set aside; for me it would be very beautiful. ”However, the same report indicates there are clubs from elsewhere across Europe who have targeted Layun. TOP WORK The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star RANKED Arsenal have expressed interest in signing Miguel Layun this summer, according to reports.Layun, the versatile Porto player, joined Sevilla on loan in January, and they have until next Saturday to exercise their option to make the deal a permanent one. Layun helped Watford win promotion to the Premier League in 2015 moving on Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January 2 IN DEMAND 2 Layun has impressed playing for Mexico at the World Cup LIVING THE DREAM Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti three-way race targets Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Chelsea confident of beating Man United and Liverpool to Sancho signing Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer REVEALED Latest transfer news Arsenal are said to have ‘already expressed interest’ in the 30-year-old, while Marseille and Milan are also named admirers.Layun, who has caught the eye playing for Mexico at the World Cup, is no stranger to English football. LATEST targets The midfielder, who can also play in defence, joined Watford in January 2015, helping the Hornets win promotion from the Championship at the end of the 2014/15 campaign.He scored Watford’s first goal on their return to the Premier League, in a 2-2 draw at Everton in August 2015, but Layun was loaned out to Porto later that month, and he joined them permanent one year later.last_img read more

Perdue to serve as Ag Secretary

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Leading into his presidential inauguration, Donald Trump announced that Sonny Perdue, former Governor of Georgia, was the selection for the last remaining cabinet position — Secretary of Agriculture.Many in agriculture applauded the choice.“The nomination of former Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue for Secretary of Agriculture is welcome news to the nation’s farmers and ranchers. Gov. Perdue will provide the strong voice that agriculture needs in the new administration. He is an outstanding nominee,” said Zippy Duvall, President, American Farm Bureau Federation. “I have known Gov. Perdue for years. I’ve seen firsthand his commitment to the business of agriculture as we worked together on issues facing farmers and ranchers in our home state of Georgia. He understands the challenges facing rural America because that’s where he was born and raised. He is a businessman who recognizes the impact immigration reform, trade agreements and regulation have on a farmer’s bottom line and ability to stay in business from one season to the next.”last_img read more

Weekly Wrapup: Countdown to The ReadWrite Real-Time Web Summit

first_imgShiny, Happy Brightkite: Check Out the Site’s New Look, Enhanced Features Last week, we noticed some downtime for location-based web service and TechStars grad Brightkite. We emailed founder Brady Becker and learned that soon, his team would be rolling out a second version of the site. Read on for a glimpse of what the site now looks and feels like, as well as an exhaustive list of new features and improvements.iPhone’s Flash Apps: Let the Games Begin This week at the MAX 2009 Conference, Adobe previewed Flash Professional CS5 and announced that the new release will let Flash developers export their files as iPhone apps. In the past, developers have had to create separate iPhone apps and web-based tools. The significance of this announcement is that development time for thousands of Flash-based gaming and music companies will be cut significantly. SEE MORE WEB PRODUCTS COVERAGE IN OUR PRODUCTS CATEGORYThat’s a wrap for another week! Enjoy your weekend everyone. Tags:#Features#web#Weekly Wrap-ups Real-Time Collaboration Has Stalled…For NowA Forrester study reports that real-time collaboration has stalled in the enterprise, due in most part to the lack of adoption in technologies such as web conferencing and instant messaging. That may be true with existing technologies but it is important to note the new generation of applications that extend real-time collaboration tools. The report covers devices, productivity, mobility, collaboration, intranet portals, and Web 2.0. In this edition of the Weekly Wrapup – our newsletter summarizing the top stories of the week – we continue the build-up to our first event: The ReadWrite Real-Time Web Summit on October 15th in Mountain View, California. You can register here for the low price of $270. Also this week we analyzed applications from The Internet of Things, looked into a new class of tools that surface influencers from Twitter data, questioned whether ‘app addiction’ is real, reviewed the latest eBook trends, and more. We also check in on our two main channels: ReadWriteEnterprise (devoted to ‘enterprise 2.0’ trends and products) and ReadWriteStart (dedicated to profiling startups and entrepreneurs). Next Week: The ReadWrite Real-Time Web Summit Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts ReadWriteWeb’s very first event is happening this coming Thursday! The ReadWrite Real-Time Web Summit is on October 15th in Mountain View, California. It’s a 1-day event that will bring together some of the smartest minds doing real-time work for an industry-changing, face-to-face conversation. In conjunction with the Summit, we’ll be releasing our second original premium research report in October. Registration is still open for the The ReadWrite Real-Time Web Summit, we hope to see you there!Web TrendsApplications From The Internet of Things – An Analysis of Pachube Last week we reported that Pachube, an open source platform enabling developers to connect sensor data to the Web, had released a real-time notifications feature. We at ReadWriteWeb think that Pachube is an excellent example of one of our Top 5 Trends of 2009: Internet of Things. So this week we explored Pachube in-depth in a 3-part series. In Part 2, we looked at what applications we can expect to see in the coming years.See also Part 3: Business Models of The Internet of Things – An Analysis of Pachube’s Open Source PlatformUncovering Connections on Twitter Could Become Big Business If there’s a hard-to-reach person you want to meet, one of the best ways to do so is through their friends. A new class of tools intended to surface influencers and the people they are influenced by, is focusing on Twitter. Could analysis of individual behavior on Twitter become a valuable tool for business development and marketing? A growing number of startup companies are making a case that it could.Is App Addiction a Real Thing? Do you jokingly refer to yourself as an “app addict?” That is, are you someone so obsessed with your mobile phone applications that you’ve filled numerous screens full of apps? USA Today recently asked: “What is app addiction doing to people’s health? What indeed, we wonder. How about nothing at all? Holiday Outlook for eReaders and eBooks: Even Better Than Previously Thought There can be little doubt that eBook and eReaders are having a breakout year. This week, Forrester Research moved its original projection of 2 million US eReader sales in 2009 up 50%. They argue that sales are growing much faster than expected because of falling prices, better retail distribution, and the media buzz that currently surrounds eBooks and eReaders.SEE MORE WEB TRENDS COVERAGE IN OUR TRENDS CATEGORYReadWriteEnterpriseOur channel ReadWriteEnterprise, devoted to ‘enterprise 2.0’ and using social software inside organizations. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… ReadWriteStartOur channel ReadWriteStart, sponsored by Microsoft BizSpark, is dedicated to profiling startups and entrepreneurs. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Morpheus: Y Combinator-Like Incubator in India (RWS Interview)Morpheus describes itself as “a gang of serial entrepreneurs and around 40 startup founders” who are “trying to make a small contribution towards India’s startup revolution.” The venture aims to fill the gap in early-stage financing with a decidedly hands-on approach. We spoke recently with Indus Kaitan, a Valley entrepreneur who returned to India as a Morpheus partner. Read on and listen to find out more about the early-stage scene in India.SEE MORE STARTUPS COVERAGE IN OUR READWRITESTART CHANNELWeb ProductsGmail Users Get Real-Time Updates in their Email Messages Recently, some Gmail usersspotted a new feature in which small favicons were appearing next to certain email messages in the inbox view. The icons only appear next to commercially sent emails such as those delivered by Netflix. They indicate which messages include what Google is calling “enhanced content” – that is, real-time updates from companies contained within the body of the email messages themselves. Facebook Now Tracking Gross National Happiness; Continues Hoarding Data Facebook announced this week that it is tracking what it calls Gross National Happiness, based on an analysis of the positive and negative words people use when updating their Facebook status. The new index is interesting, but it’s also a frustrating example of just how much value Facebook is withholding by not allowing everyone access to the anonymous, aggregated activity and conversation of more than 300 million people. richard macmanuslast_img read more

A Diseased Mindset

first_imgValue Creators have a code. They have a certain mindset. It looks different to people who haven’t yet come to understand what the Value Creator knows. A lot of people have a mindset that is still diseased, poisoned by unhealthy beliefs and bad ideas.I Need a Motivator“My sales manager doesn’t motivate me.”Do you really need someone to motivate you? Okay, try this: If you don’t do the work I will fire you. Are you motivated yet? This is what motivation is, an external stimulus, a threat.Maybe what you really meant was that you wanted inspiration? So you need someone to convince you that your work is meaningful, that it is worth doing well, that it is worth giving yourself over to?If you ever want to do meaningful work, you are going to have to provide that meaning yourself. The only inspiration that lasts is the kind that comes from inside of you. Someone may come along on light the match that you are already holding, but you have to catch yourself on fire.I Need an IncentiveIncentives are bribes, aren’t they? If you do this, I’ll give you that. This is motivation, too. But instead of a threat it’s a reward.What it often says is that you are unwilling to do what is necessary unless someone is willing to bribe you to do it. Value Creators live by a different code. They are proactive. No one has to incentivize them to do what’s right. They have a greater internal incentives.I’ll Withhold Value“If they aren’t going to pay me what I am worth, I am not going to do the work.”That’ll teach them, won’t it, Sparky? It never pays to get value creation in the wrong order. If you want to capture value, you must first create value.Old Zig Ziglar said that you can have anything you want in this world if you help enough other people get what they want. He didn’t say withhold the value you can create for others until they give you what you want. Why not? because it doesn’t work that way. It never has.Never withhold. Do the work. The rewards will most surely follow.It’s Someone Else“My school system didn’t prepare me.”“My government should help me.”“This is all someone else’s fault.”Your school system didn’t prepare you. Your parents didn’t prepare you. Your first sales manager didn’t love you enough.You’ll never find the answers you are looking for by looking outside of yourself. You’ll never find what needs to change by looking to someone or something external. You will never find anyone more responsible for you than you. You are all you’ve got, make of it what you will.Believing or behaving differently is a diseased mindset.QuestionsWho is responsible for motivating or inspiring you?Why do you need incentives? What’s your real incentive for creating value?What do you gain by withholding the value you might create?Who is ultimately responsible for your results? Get the Free eBook! Learn how to sell without a sales manager. Download my free eBook! You need to make sales. You need help now. We’ve got you covered. This eBook will help you Seize Your Sales Destiny, with or without a manager. Download Nowlast_img read more

Punjab withdraws dress code for teachers

first_imgFacing flak for its order directing women teachers not to wear ‘jeans, tops and bright suits’, the Punjab government on Tuesday withdrew the directive while suspending two employees of the Education Department in this regard.The State Education Department had yesterday imposed the dress code on government school teachers, especially women, asking them not to wear jeans, tops and bright suits as the outfits have a “bad” effect on students.The circular, which was issued to all circle education officers and district education officers, cited complaints received by the department regarding the “bright outfits” worn by women teachers.‘Effect on students’“In government schools, teachers, especially lady teachers, are wearing bright dresses while being on duty. Some teachers wear jeans, tops and several types of ‘provocative’ fashionable dresses when they are on duty. It has an effect on students,” said the order.“Therefore, the dress code should be implemented in government schools and regular checking should be done to ensure implementation of the order,” it said.‘Intolerable language’Condemning the Congress-led State government for issuing such a diktat, Democratic Teachers’ Front general secretary Davinder Punia said, “The language used in the order is intolerable for teachers. This is not the way such directives should be passed on to the teachers. We strongly condemn this order.”Meanwhile, Education Minister Aruna Chaudhary suspended Deputy Director Amrish Shukla and Assistant Director Amarbir Singh of the department.The Minister said the ‘controversial’ order containing “denigrating” language about women teachers was issued without proper authorisation. She said the two officials issued the order without taking the higher authorities into confidence.She made it clear that any affront to the dignity of the ‘nation builder’ teaching community would not be tolerated, adding that such a mindset needed to be condemned in this age of women empowerment. The Minister added that the order has been withdrawn.last_img read more

Divine Food

first_imgDivine food is pure vegetarian food, which Lord Krishna in the Bhagwad Gita described as satvic bhojan, because it purifies the mind, increases life span and contributes to health, joy and cheerfulness. The foods promote bodily health as they contain all the nutrients, vitamins and minerals required to maintain the body in optimum health. These foods comprise of vegetables, fruits, grains, seeds, nuts, milk and milk products. The delightfully delicious Indian, Chinese and Continental dishes that follow do not contain onion, garlic or gelatin and are not just nutritious and healthy, but enchant the taste buds as well.Capsicums MazedaarIngredients 6 medium capsicums slit in middleFor gravy ½ oz. almonds ½ oz. roasted ground nuts1 oz. dry coconut1 tblsp. dhania jeera powder¼ tsp. turmeric powder1 medium tomato pureed4 ozs. yoghurt mixed with 1 tblsp. chick pea flourFor filling  1 medium eggplant¼ tsp. mustard seeds1 tblsp. chopped coriander leaves1 tsp. mint leaves1 tsp. green chilies, minced½ tsp. grated ginger1 medium tomato chopped1 tsp dhania jeera powder4 tblsps.oilSalt and chili powder to tasteFry the capsicums until they wrinkle. Dry roast coconut and nuts and then grind them. Roast eggplant on open flame till it wrinkles and turns soft. Drop in cold water and then skin the eggplant. Mash to a paste. Heat 2 tblsps. oil and add mustard seeds, when they stop tossing, mix in 2 tblsps. nut mixture. Fry for 1 minute, then add eggplant along with all the filling ingredients. Cook until oil floats to the top. Stuff the mixture into capsicums. Heat 2 tblsps. oil and add the ground nut paste along with all spices and tomatoes. Cook till dry. Beat yoghurt with 1 glass water and add to tomatoes. Bring to a boil, reduce heat and place capsicums side by side on the gravy. Cook until paste thickens. Decorate with coriander leaves and serve hot.Cherry CurryIngredientsFor cherries½ lbs. mashed paneer4 tsps. corn flour1 tsp. cumin seeds¼ tsp. monosodium glutamate A few drops of red food coloring For curry1 tsp. cumin seeds1tsp. ginger, cut into thin strips2 tblsps. yoghurt2 oz. tomatoes, peeled and pureed½ lbs. boiled green peas2 tblsps. ground cashew nuts¼ litre milk½ tsp. essence of saffron4 tblsps. cream1 tblsp. dhania jeera powder2 green chilies, minced1 tblsp. coriander leaves¼ tsp. turmeric powderSalt and chili powder to taste2 canned pineapple rings, cubed4 tblsps. oil½ oz. roasted cashew nuts Mix paneer along with corn flour, cumin seeds and salt. Add enough color to give it a deep red texture. Form into cherry sized balls and fry to a golden color. Drain. Heat 4 tblsps. oil and add cumin seeds, when they stop tossing, add tomato puree, yoghurt, cashewnut paste, all spices, salt, ginger, coriander leaves and chilies. When oil floats on the top, add boiled peas, milk and essence. After a few minutes mix in the cherries. Cook for 2 to 3 minutes. Place in a serving dish, pour cream on top and decorate with pineapple and cashew nuts.Mushrooms in ButterIngredients¼ lbs. mushrooms thinly sliced4 ozs. cream1 oz. corn flour2 oz. butterJuice of 1 lime1 tblsp. sugarSalt and chili flakes to tasteMix cream, salt and mushrooms together and set aside for 1 hour. Roll mushrooms in corn flour and deep fry in oil until crisp and golden. Melt butter in a pan over low heat, add sugar and lime juice and mix well. Remove from fire and place mushrooms in a serving dish and add the butter and sugar mixture over the mushrooms. Garnish with toasted cashewnuts, almonds and chopped cilantro.Manpasand ParanthaIngredients½ lbs. whole wheat flour2 ozs. refined flourMilk to mixSalt to taste For filling ½ lbs grated radish1 tsp. green chilies, minced1tblsp. coriander leaves1 tsp. chopped mint leaves2 tblsps. oilSalt to tasteMix both flours and salt. Add enough milk to form stiff dough. Heat 2 tblsps. oil and add filling ingredients. Cook till dry. Form the dough into balls. Take two balls and roll into small round discs. Squeeze out the water from the radish and mix with remaining ingredients. Spread radish on one round, sprinkle a little dry flour on top. Cover with the second round and seal edges. Sprinkle dry flour on top. Roll out into a parantha and shallow fry to a golden color. Smear with butter and serve with yoghurt.RivoliIngredients½ lbs. refined flour½ tsp baking powderSalt to taste For filling4 oz. bean sprouts½ lb. shredded cabbage, carrots and French beans2 oz. shredded mushrooms½ tsp. grated ginger4 tblsps. oilSalt and pepper to taste To prepare filling heat 4 tblsps. of oil and fry all vegetables until almost done. Mix in remaining filling ingredients and use as filling. Mix together flour, salt and baking powder. Add enough water and form dough. Chill for half hour. Divide dough into small balls and roll out into a thin round shape. Place a tblsp. of the filling in the center and fold over to form half moon shapes. Seal the edges with 1 tblsp. corn flour mixed with ¼ cup water. Deep fry to a golden color and serve hot.Vegetable Fried RiceIngredients1 lb. boiled rice¼ lb. shelled peas4 oz. each of shredded carrots, capsicums and cabbage4 oz. bean sprouts1 tsp. ginger juice2 tblsps. sliced parsley4 ozs. cubed potatoesSoy sauce to tasteSalt and pepper to taste8 tblsps. oilHeat oil and fry potatoes. Drain. Add carrots, peas, capsicums, bean sprouts, cabbage and salt. Fry over high heat until almost cooked. Mix in rice, ginger juice, pepper and potatoes. Fry 2 to 3 minutes. Place in serving dish, decorate with parsley and serve hot.Eight Jewel PuddingIngredients½ lbs. rice4 tblsps. unsalted butterA big pinch of salt2 tblsps. each of chopped almonds and walnuts¼ lbs. mixed candied fruit, such as cherries, pineapple, papaya and mixed peels.6 oz. whipped cream½ lbs. castor sugarA few drops of vanilla essence4 oz. whole nuts, such as almonds, pistachios, cashewnuts and walnuts for decorationCook rice in 4½ cups of water until soft and dry. Grease small steel bowls and place nuts and fruits in a decorative fashion in bowl. Mix unsalted butter, salt, sugar and vanilla essence into the rice and spoon into bowls, being careful not to disturb the nuts and fruits. Press down firmly for 30 minutes. Place on a bed of green lettuce leaves. Cover with whipped cream, decorate with whole nuts and chill before serving.Fig CakeIngredients8 oz. refined flour8 oz. dried figs4 oz. Castor sugar4 oz. unsalted butter½ tsp. baking powderPinch of salt Cut the figs into small pieces and cook in just enough water until tender. Mix together flour, salt, sugar and baking powder. Add butter, figs and enough water to form a batter. Place in a greased pan and bake in a moderate oven for 40 minutes or until a knife inserted in the center comes out clean. When cool, cut into small square pieces and serve decorated with slivers of almonds.Chocolate NougatIngredients½ lbs. dark chocolate grated For nougat 4 oz. sugar1 tsp. unsalted butter4 oz. coarsely chopped nuts like almonds, cashewnuts and walnutsOn a slow fire place sugar and butter in a pan and cook until melted. Add nuts, mix well and remove from fire and pour the mixture on a greased platform. Use rolling pin to roll to a ¼ inch thick layer. Slice layer halfway into small squares with the help of a sharp knife. When mixture cools, break into squares. Melt chocolate, dip nut squares one by one in melted chocolate. Set to harden in refrigerator for 3 to 4 hours. Wrap in silver paper Related Itemslast_img read more