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Vermont’s Jasper Hill wins ‘Tastie’ cheese award

first_imgThe October issue of Cooking Light (www.CookingLight.com(link is external)) features the brand’s first-ever Taste Test Awards ‘ “The Tasties.” The editors tested 200 food products and came up with the best-tasting winners in 32 categories. Twenty-six of the categories feature grocery store products while six showcase artisanal standouts. The issue hits newsstands September 17th. Vermont’s Cellars at Jasper Hill Cabot Clothbound Cheddar won in the artisanal cheese category.To qualify in the grocery categories, foods had to be available in major markets nationwide. Cooking Light vetted products against nutrition standards, eliminating those that contained artificial trans fats, too much salt, or artificial sugars. The panel of editors tasted finalists “blind:” the tasters did not know which brands they were sampling. Not all products are low fat. Some higher fat items are on the list because of their superior quality and taste. Used moderately, these products have a place in a healthy lifestyle. In each category, one Grand Prize Winner (GPW) is selected as well as one or more Taste Test Award Winners (TTA).”Our staff spent most of the last year tasting American grocery and artisanal foods for our awards,” says Editor Scott Mowbray. “We ate our way through bread, cereal, and hummus to find products that we felt deserved recognition. We added the artisanal categories because there is so much exciting action in the world of handmade food right now.”The 2010 Taste Test Award Grocery Winners:BEANS, Cannellini:GPW: ProgressoTTA: GoyaBUTTER, Salted Gourmet:GPW: Organic ValleyTTA: LurpakTTA: ChimayBREAD, 100% Whole Wheat:GPW: Rudi’s Organic BakeryTTA: Whole Foods OrganicBUTTER, Unsalted Everyday:GPW: Target Market PantryTTA: BordenTTA: Whole Foods 365 OrganicTTA: Wal-Mart Great ValueCEREAL, Raisin Bran:GPW: Kellogg’s Raisin BranTTA: Fiber One Raisin Bran ClustersGRANOLA, Oat and Honey:GPW: Cascadian Farms OrganicTTA: Whole Foods 365 OrganicTTA: Quaker NaturalHUMMUS:GPW: Tribe ClassicTTA: Athenos OriginalICE CREAM, Light Vanilla:GPW: Turkey Hill Vanilla BeanTTA: Edy’s Slow-ChurnedMAYONNAISE, Canola:GPW: Hellmann’sTTA: Whole Foods 365PIZZA, Frozen Margherita:GPW: Tandoor Chef Naan PizzaTTA: Amy’s KitchenPOPCORN, Light Microwave:GPW: Newman’s Own 94% Fat FreeTTA: Smart Balance Light ButterTTA: Act II 94% Fat Free ButterRICE, Long-Grain Brown:GPW: Lundberg Family FarmsTTA: Arrowhead Mills OrganicRICE, Boil-in-Bag Brown:GPW: Uncle Ben’sTTA: SuccessSALSA, Mild Tomato:GPW: Green Mountain GringoTTA: FronteraTTA: OrganicvilleSAUSAGE, Chicken and Apple:GPW: Lou’s FamousTTA: Al Fresco Sweet AppleSPAGHETTI, Whole Wheat:GPW: Gia RussaTTA: RaccontoTTA: Target Archer FarmsSOUP, Reduced-Sodium Chicken Noodle:GPW: ProgressoTTA: Campbell’s Select HarvestSOUR CREAM, Light:GPW: DaisyTTA: Organic ValleyTTA: Target Market PantrySOY MILK, Plain, Light:GPW: Target Archer FarmsTTA: SilkSOY SAUCE, Lower-Sodium:GPW: KikkomanTTA: Target Market PantryTOFU, Firm:GPW: Melissa’s OrganicTTA: Nasoya OrganicTTA: Tree of LifeTOMATOES, Diced, No-Salt-Added:GPW: Del MonteTTA: Whole Foods 365 OrganicTORTILLA CHIPS, 100% Yellow Corn:GPW: Target Archer Farms OrganicTTA: Tostitos NaturalTUNA, Albacore Packed in Water:GPW: Whole Foods 365TTA: Crown Prince NaturalTUNA, Gourmet, Packed in Oil:GPW: Ortiz Bonito del NorteTTA: CentoYOGURT, Plain, Nonfat Greek:GPW: FageTTA: ChobaniTTA: Voskos OrganicThe 2010 Taste Test Award Artisanal Winners:CHEESELeelanau Cheese Company Raclette, MichiganCellars at Jasper Hill Cabot Clothbound Cheddar, VermontBeecher’s 4-Year Aged Flagship Cheddar, WashingtonMeadow Creek Dairy Appalachian Semi-Soft Raw Cow’s Milk, VirginiaSweetwoods Aged Goat Cheese, New MexicoCONDIMENTSLattin Farms Cantaloupe Jam, NevadaSticky Finger Bakeries Orange Curd, WashingtonBreezie Maples Farm Maple Syrup, New YorkFarmer’s Daughter Hyderabadi Tomato Chutney, North CarolinaHay River Pumpkin Seed Oil, WisconsinLa Nogalera Walnut Oil, CaliforniaMEATTurner Ham House Country Ham, VirginiaTall Grass Buffalo Jerky, South DakotaPork on a Fork Cottage Shoulder Cut Bacon, ArizonaBoccalone Nduja, CaliforniaSalumeria Biellese Wild Boar Sopressata, New YorkSPIRITS AND BEERSCorsair Artisan Gin, TennesseeBlue Corn Brewery Transcendental Tripel, New MexicoStranahan’s Colorado Whiskey, ColoradoDeath’s Door Gin, WisconsinSWEETSSalem Baking Co’s Ginger Spice Moravian Cookies, North CarolinaEffie’s Homemade Corncakes, MassachusettsSweet Margy Tofikomin, IllinoisAlma Chocolate Icons, OregonChocolat Handmade Chocolates, UtahTHE BEST OF THE RESTBrooklyn Brine Co. Fennel Beets, New YorkMcClure’s Spicy Bloody Mary Mix, MichiganFreddy Guys Dry Roasted Hazelnuts, OregonEarly Bird Aloha Recipe Granola, New YorkChimay Red Chile Powder, New MexicoJeni’s Cherry Lambic Sorbet, OhioThe Bamboo Ladies Bamboo Pickles, North CarolinaBelle Chevre Belle and The Bees Breakfast Cheese, AlabamaCajun Grain Brown Jasmine Rice, LouisianaMassa Organics Crunchy Almond Butter, CaliforniaAbout Cooking LightCooking Light is the nation’s number one epicurean brand with the largest audience, most epicurean editorial and the most recipes. Founded in 1987, Cooking Light makes healthy food taste great. Each month, nearly 12 million readers turn to Cooking Light and cookinglight.com for innovative recipes; nutrition advice and food and fitness tips. Cooking Light is published by a subsidiary of Birmingham, Alabama-based Southern Progress Corporation.SOURCE Cooking Light. NEW YORK, Sept. 14, 2010 /PRNewswire/ —last_img read more

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Where Next, Next Season?

first_imgVictor Moses was outstanding for Wigan Athletic during the 2011/12 English Premiership season. That was why the coaching crew of Chelsea lured him to Stamford Bridge but eventually loaned him to Liverpool a season after. Since then, the club he will play for has always been an issue at the beginning of every new season. Next season won’t be any different as West Ham United are ready to invest hugely on new strikers which would mean the Nigerian international would be shipped out of Upton Park. Or will the new Chelsea coach, Antonio Conte see something in him that previous Blues coaches did not see? Kunle Adewale reports Victor Moses’ celebrated move to Stamford Bridge was not as fruitful as expected. He did not get enough playing time. He was eventually loaned to rivals, Liverpool, in September 2013. In spite of scoring on his debut at Anfield, then Reds’ boss, Brendan Rogers would prefer in-form former Reds winger, Raheem Sterling to the Nigerian and he had to endure another loan spell at Stoke City during the 2014/15 season.It was another loan spell at West Ham this current season in spite of high speculation that he would stay at his parent club–Chelsea, especially having been given a squad number, the jersey number 20, last won by former Portuguese star, Deco. Moses impressed in all the Blues pre-season friendlies, scoring in the equalizer in the penalty shootout win against PSG in the United States.With West Ham United co-chairman, David Sullivan revealing on Monday that the Hammers have made a big-money transfer bid for an unnamed striker, Moses’ future in the club now looks uncertain.Speaking to Sky Sports, the businessman not only confirmed that the Champions League hopefuls had made a move for an attacker, but also that they are planning another high-profile move later this week.“We’ve put a bid in today for €30m for a player and other bids will be going in. We’re going to make a £20-25m for a player in England, maybe later this week. So, whatever happens, we intend to bring a top striker in.”While Sullivan sought to play down the revenue boost the club will receive from a switch to the Olympic Stadium, it is understood that the Irons will be looking to reinvest some of the windfall they received from over 52,000 confirmed season ticket holders.Moves for new strikers at Upton Park may mean the services of Moses are not needed.Moreover, the Nigerian suffered a long injury spell, which denied West Ham of his services for much of the season and this could be a big minus for Moses in the club’s preparation for next season.Indeed, Moses revealed that it was injury that forced him out of the national team after playing a key role  in Super Eagles victory at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa with Coach Stephen Keshi in charge. But under coach SundayOliseh, Moses did not lace his boots for Nigeria. His last Super Eagles appearance was in the 2-0 loss to France at the 2014 World Cup but he has reaffirmed his commitment to Nigeria. “I’m proud of being a Nigerian international and am always committed to playing for my country,” Moses told BBC Sport. “It’s the best feeling representing your country and I always want to perform and give 100 percent for the team. Unfortunately, I have not been able to play due to injuries but I have an unwavering commitment to Nigeria. There is a new manager and the team has been doing well but without me. I’m prepared to give it my all and fight for a place on a regular basis, that’s my aim. This is football, a competitive stage and I have to fight hard to get in but I don’t mind doing that,” said Moses after he was invited for the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Egypt.And if he has to return to his parent club next season, he would face stiff competition for a place in the starting. Chelsea may have little choice but to send him on another season loan spell or sell him to another club as Moses is no longer getting younger.As the 2015/16 ends this weekend, the next destination of Moses is being watched with keen interest as he could be anywhere. But it would always be in his interest to play in a team where he would have enough playing time rather than a team where he would just make the numbers. Now 25, the time has come for Moses to settle down at one club and attempt to build a legacy, rather than persistent movement that has characterised his career.Moses was born in Lagos to a pastor. When he was 11, his parents were among thousands killed by rioters in northern Nigeria. A week later, with his travel paid for by relatives, he came to Britain as an asylum seeker. He attended Stanley Technical High School, now known as the Harris Academy, in South Norwood. Scouted playing football in the local Tandridge League for Cosmos 90 FC, Crystal Palace approached him, with the club’s Selhurst Park stadium just streets away from his school.Moses first came to prominence at 14 after scoring 50 goals for Palace’s under-14s side. Playing for three years at Whitgift and Palace, Moses scored over 100 goals as well as helping Whitgift win many school cups, including a National Cup where he scored all five goals in the final against Healing School of Grimsby at the Walkers Stadium, Leicester.Moses joined Chelsea from Wigan for £9m in 2012 and scored 10 goals in his first 12 months with Chelsea’s first team, five of which helped the club claim the Europa League. He was an exciting prospect at Wigan, but he has failed to fulfill his potential at Chelsea, as he was used  sparingly. He featured 23 times during last season’s loan spell at Stoke and remains on the radar for as long as other wing targets slip through the net.It however remains to be seen if Chelsea’s new gaffer, Antonio Conte, would see in Moses what previous coaches had failed to notice in him.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

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Youth slapped with rape charge

first_imgA 20-year-old farmer was on Thursday remanded to prison for allegedly raping an 11-year-old child who was on her way home from school.Vladimir Lawrence, of Yupukari Village, Rupununi, Region Nine (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo) appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan and was not required to plead to the indictable charge when it was read to him.Police stated that between December 4 and December 6, 2019 at Yupukari Village, he engaged in sexual activity with a child under the age of 16.The matter was heard in-camera. According to information, the victim and the defendant are known to each other since they live in the same neighbourhood.It was reported that during the period mentioned in the charge, the child was riding her bicycle going home from school when the accused stopped her and requested sex.The court heard that the child refused and the accused then pulled her off the bicycle, dragged her into the bushes and allegedly raped her.After committing the act, the accused placed the child back on the bicycle and was taking her home when the child’s father saw them on the bicycle and questioned his daughter, who related what had occurred.The matter was reported to the Lethem Police Station and the accused was later arrested and charged for the offence.Lawrence was remanded to prison until December 17, 2019 and was slated to appear in the Lethem Magistrate’s Court.last_img read more

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