Previous article‘George Kimball touched the hearts of his Southill family’ – Fr Joe YoungNext articleFor the love of ‘Sausages’ admin This dish is light but packed full of flavour and the light asparagus puree acts as a sauce to compliment the fish and rich potatoes.What you needGreat quality new potatoes, seasoning and butter, seabass fillets, rock salt, asparagus, tomatoes and a dash of sherry vinegar, olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up What to doSteam the new potatoes and crush them with a fork when cooked and add seasoning and a knob of butter. Meantime slow cook the tomatoes, seasoning, oil and both vinegars in a pot until the reduce to a pulp. Cook asparagus to done and puree then pass through fine sieve. Pan fry the seasoned seabass fillets and serve on top of crushed new potatoes with puree and reduced tomatoes. Twitter NewsCrispy seabass with crushed new potatoes and asparagus pureeBy admin – August 18, 2011 614 Email Linkedin WhatsApp Advertisement Facebook Print
Bakers’ Fair, supported by Norbake, is back at the Bolton Arena this year and takes place on Sunday 3 October (9.30am-3.30pm). The event, now in its fourth year, is free to attend and is the UK’s only autumn exhibition for progressive and professional independent bakery companies, cafés and coffee shops. Whether you want some ideas for Christmas or a new mixer, you will find it here.More than 350 visitors attended the Fair in Manchester in October 2009 and this year looks set to be busier and better.The Richemont Club of Great Britain will be hosting its 7th Annual Competition, with live demonstrations and competition classes being judged throughout the day.There will also be a host of speakers and demonstrations at the Stage Area, including: Mike Holling of Birds of Derby and chairman of the NAMB; Tracey Sharpe, Innoseal; Edward Chatwin, Chatwins; Claire Brown, Epos Solutions; and John Robertshaw, Bako NW.There are several new exhibitors at the show this year, including specialist shopfitting, refrigeration and catering equipment company A-Cold Distributors and Polish equipment firm Masz, which is new to the UK market and is bringing its equipment all the way from Poland to the show.Among the other exhibitors are Reynards, Rank Hovis, Renshaw, Jiffy, CJ’s Specialist Vehicles and Mono Equipment, which are returning to the show this year.Sponsor of the Stage Area, Dawn Foods, will also be providing a wide range of finished goods.To register for the event or to find out more about it visit www.bakersfair.co.uk.The Richemont Club of Great Britain Annual CompetitionThe Richemont Club of Great Britain’s Annual Competition will again provide one of the highlights of Bakers’ Fair, with a combination of live demonstrations and competition classes. The competitions are open to Club members and staff within their businesses and see staff members from the same businesses pitched against each other.This year will see the return of the Live Cake Decoration Challenge, where a team of two will be required to work together to produce a celebration cake in three hours. However, the theme will only be revealed just before they begin. They will then have 15 minutes to come up with a design. The British Baker Trophy will also be up for grabs in a class open to all young bakers aged up to 21. Travel Location: Bolton Arena, Arena Approach, Horwich, Bolton, Lancashire, BL6 6LBThe Arena is situated in the Middlebrook Leisure & Retail Park, next to the Reebok Stadium. It is just 300m from J6 of the M61 and 200m from Horwich Parkway railway station. It has extensive parking, convenient hotel accommodation and direct motorway and rail links.All travel information can be found on the Bolton Arena website www.boltonarena.com Richemont Club Competition timings Show times 09:30 – 15:30All entries displayed by: 10:30Judging: 11:00 and 13:00Live demonstration: 11:00 – 14:00Prize-giving ceremony: 14:30 The Stage Area, sponsored by Dawn Foods 10.30am 10.50am:Mike Holling, Birds of Derby and chairman of the NAMB,Dealing with Business Disruption how an action plan can help cut recovery time if disruption occurs11.00am 11.10am: Tracey Sharpe, Innoseal,The Professional Innosealer the latest innovation in the world of tamper-evident bag closure systems11.20am 11.40am:Edward Chatwin, ChatwinsFirst Impressions Count how Chatwins has boosted customer numbers with revamped window displays and how you can do the same11.50pm 12.00pm:Claire Brown, Epos Solutions,How better cash, stock and price controls leads to increased profits12.10pm 12.30pm:John Robertshaw, Bako NW,Sandwich Demonstration John will be showing new and innovative ideas for this lunch snack, using a variety of fillings and breads2.30pm: Presentation of the Richemont Club of Great Britain 7th Annual Awards winners3pm: Presentation of the Richemont Club of Great Britain President’s Cup Exhibitor list: A-Cold Distributors AcrivarnBritish BakerCereform CJ’s Specialist Vehicles Dawn FoodsDCA EquipmentEPOS Group Frimovel Innoseal UK Ireks Jiffy Trucks Kraft Foods UK Link Print and Packaging Masz Mobile Enterprise System Monarch Catering Mono Equipment NAMB NorbakeRank HovisRedBlack SoftwareRenshawnapier ReynardsShowmore Shop FittingStevens GroupUnifine Food & Bake Ingredients = New Exhibitor
The Environment Protection Authority has released South Australia’s State of the Environment Report, making a number of recommendations to help safeguard South Australia’s environment, with a strong focus on preparing for a changing climate.The Environment Protection Act 1993 requires the Environment Protection Authority to publish a report on the state of the South Australian environment at least every five years.Minister for Environment and Water, David Speirs, said that the State Government was considering the EPA’s important report in detail.“This report provides a wealth of information about the challenges facing our state, that can be used to help shape government policy and actions in the future,” said Minister Speirs.“I hope that it will also stimulate discussion in our community about our unique and precious environment, and the steps that each of us can take to protect it.“One of the report’s key recommendations is that the State Government reviews its climate change response, ensuring that climate risks are embedded in all future planning and investment.”Environment Protection Authority Board Presiding Member, Catherine Cooper, added that that the report assesses the state and condition of South Australia’s major environmental resources and identifies significant trends in environmental quality, and shows that, while South Australia was doing reasonably well, in some areas there are serious challenges to be met.
Press Association Manuel Pellegrini’s men can move two points clear at the top of the table, with just one game to play, with victory at the Etihad Stadium. City became overwhelming favourites as current leaders Liverpool surrendered a 3-0 lead to draw 3-3 at Crystal Palace on Monday. The picture has changed considerably since City were held at home by Sunderland three weeks ago – a draw which left them six points behind the Reds with just one game in hand – and Pellegrini is confident the 2012 champions can handle any nerves. The Chilean said: “We have experienced players, they’ve been in a similar situation two years ago. “We have the pressure to win, but we’ve had it the whole year. “From the beginning of the season I always said that this team wants to win the title. Now we will try to do it.” City will be without top scorer Sergio Aguero, who limped out of last weekend’s win at Everton with a groin injury. Aguero has been hampered by muscle problems in the second half of the season, missing 18 of the last 31 games, but has not yet been ruled out of the final game against West Ham. Pellegrini said: “It was not 100 per cent sure if he was completely fit, that is why I didn’t want to have a risk with him, but we will see during the week if he can play on Sunday.” Such has been Pellegrini’s focus on the visit of Villa that he claims not to have watched Liverpool’s dramatic late capitulation earlier in the week. The Merseysiders had looked like moving three points clear at the top, and putting City under greater pressure, when they conceded three times in the final 11 minutes at Selhurst Park. He said: “The Aston Villa game doesn’t depend on the result of Liverpool. “I was watching a tape and working. I knew the result once the game was finished. Other people told me at the end. “The only way to continue in our position is to win the three points (against Villa). All the other things we can analyse when the race is over.” Pellegrini has only occasionally let emotions get the better of him during his first year in English football and he is confident in his approach. He said: “If I try to be calm it’s because I think it’s the best way for the players to play these two games.” Manchester City will aim to take a giant stride towards regaining the Barclays Premier League trophy as they host Aston Villa on Wednesday night.