Masks, magpies and a silver medal: at the cycling worlds with Grace Brown | Cycling Road World Championships

Australian cyclist Grace Brown arrived in Wollongong a week and a half ago with medals on her on mind. The 30-year-old Victorian, a World Tour cyclist with FDJ Suez Futuroscope, was considered among the favourites for both the individual time trial and road race at the 2022 road world championships. Brown was Australia’s great hope … Read more

National Lobster Day comes after a tumultuous year for the Maine fishery

Restaurants hosted deals all week in honor of the day, started in 2014 by Senators King and Collins. The holiday comes amid lawsuits and regulations for lobstermen. PORTLAND, Maine — Restaurants around Maine Sunday honored National Lobster Day. It’s a holiday started in 2014 by Maine Senators Angus King and Susan Collins. For 2022’s celebration, … Read more

LPM Restaurant & Bar appoints Adriano Cattaneo as Global Executive Chef

LPM Restaurant & Bar has welcomed a leading culinary expert to oversee its growing number of outlets around the globe. Hailing from France, Adriano Cattaneo has over 17 years of impressive experience in the F&B world, holding monumental leading chef positions across many profound institutions. Based in Dubai and responsible for the entire culinary program … Read more

We’re full of beans about our new venture, say coffee on wheels couple

Park up, caffeine fans: there’s a new coffee option in town. teven and Aimee McKeown were working and living in America until during the pandemic when they decided to make a move to Belfast — home for Steven, a new home for Aimee — to be near family and give their young daughter a Northern … Read more

PTG joins hands with CBS to open a coffee shop and convenience store in Chulalongkorn University

PTG will be responsible for the opening and initial operation of the coffee shop and convenience store, while CBS will supervise all the administration of the stores. Assoc. Prof. Dr Wilert Puriwat, Dean of Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy at Chulalongkorn University or Chulalongkorn Business School (CBS), added that this project will turn CBS into … Read more

Azerbaijan – The Daily Evergreen

Attendees had opportunity to learn about Azerbaijan KHOI VU Students play the Khamsa after listening to Mammadov’s presentation, Sep 23. As the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan made headlines this month, the International Center’s Coffee Hour on Friday educated attendees on the country of Azerbaijan. Abbas Mammadov, a political science doctoral student from Baku, Azerbaijan, gave … Read more

Claudia Roden’s recipe for chicken soup | Food

An old Jewish joke my brother Zaki used to tell when we were schoolchildren in Paris is still around. A man calls a waiter in a restaurant and says, “I’m not happy.” The waiter asks, “What’s the matter?” The man replies, “You tell me!” The waiter asks, “Is the soup cold?” The man replies, “No!” … Read more

Java fishers struggle with seine net ban amid rising costs, falling profits

Fishers on the north coast of Java are struggling to adapt to a ban on the seine net, with many boats confined to port after the government ceased issuing new permits to seine net fishers. Java fishers report declining catch volumes from the alternative net. Some boat captains fear bankruptcy as cash flow pressures mount. … Read more