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Cooking with Clare’s Wish Foundation

first_imgBilly Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Eoin Sheehan Twitter Facebook Linkedin TAGSClares WishEoin SheehanKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post LimerickNewsCooking with Clare’s Wish FoundationBy Meghann Scully – May 2, 2021 63 Roisin Upton excited by “hockey talent coming through” in Limerick Email Print WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads center_img Previous articleEnd of an Era as Mari Hussey bids farewell to Mari’s Cheese ShopNext articleSporting Limerick’s Hurling 50 Meghann Scully RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Advertisement EOIN Sheehan, TV Chef & Food Entrepreneur, has teamed up with Clare’s Wish Foundation for his very first virtual event, as official brand ambassador of the charity.In April 2021, Eoin signed on as a Brand Ambassador for Local Limerick Charity, Clare’s Wish Foundation.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live WhatsApp Clare’s Wish Foundation was founded in 2013 and is supported entirely by individuals, businesses and community groups. This foundation is the only Irish charity dedicated to providing wishes, exclusively to adults with terminal illnesses.Clare’s Wish have granted over 120 wishes since they have started, bringing sparkle into the lives of the people who need it most. 2021 has been a really hard year for everyone, especially for charities that have had to cancel the majority of their fundraising initiatives.Sadly, this crisis has not stopped terminal illnesses and wishes are still coming through. “Wishes won’t stop from the outbreak and neither will we. We are very excited about our first event with our new Brand Ambassador Eoin!- Kevin Clancy, founder of Clare’s Wish Foundation.Eoin’s cooking demo will kick off on Thursday the 20th of May at 6pm virtually. This event has a twist, as it will be streamed live from The Parlour at The Bedford Townhouse- Limerick’s newest venue!The night will consist of a delicious main course of Paella and a trio of puff pastry desserts. An ingredients list will be sent out to all participants prior to the event so encourage a virtual cook along on the night, bringing everyone together through cooking! Local Irish Gin company, Dingle Gin, are sponsors of this event- and will be matching a tasty cocktail with Eoins cooking demo on the night.Eoin Sheehan is a 24 year old cook and business owner, from Limerick. Launching his meal preparation service, Country Munch at the age of 18, Eoin has grown the business to produce over 500 meals a week, to a range of customers, teams and contracts.He is known for showcasing simple, healthy meals on his social media platforms and has gone on to become a resident chef on Virgin Media One’s Six O Clock Show, a demo chef in the Hook & Ladder cookery school in Limerick City and has traveled the country giving demonstrations at events and festivals.“The paella covers a lot of good cooking practices and is also super easy and cheap to make from home. The pastrys are a great way to get 3 desserts made in a matter of minutes and great for platters of parties”- Eoin SheehanTickets are available to purchase online here: www.idonate.ie/EoinSheehanCookingDemo and 100% of the sales will be going towards Clare’s Wish Foundation.Clare’s Wish Foundation have a number of pending wishes that they desperately need help to grant, including a trip & stay to Fota island, a day trip with the family, a weekend away in Kilkee and a train journey.Clare’s Wish Foundation are in the process of planning all of these wishes but need your help to make them come true! Donations can be made via the Clare’s Wish Foundation website, as well as supporting any events.As virtual events are the only way forward at present Clare’s Wish Foundationis asking that if anyone would like to create a virtual charity event in aid of the Foundation to get in touch at [email protected] Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live last_img read more

Senators seek Duque’s ‘immediate resignation’

first_img* Sen. Manny Pacquiao According to Sotto, there are two more senators who supported the resolution but has yet to sign it. Angara, one of the signees of the resolution, said in a statement that the Philippines is in need of a more active leader who will address the COVID-19 health crisis. Fifteen senators have signed the Senate Resolution No. 362, citing Duque’s shortcomings that resulted in “poor planning, delayed response, lack of transparency, and misguided and flip-flopping policies” for COVID-19. The following senators signed the resolution: “Secretary Duque was made aware of the sentiments of the Senators and the President expects him to work even harder to set aside any doubts on his capacity and sincerity to serve the public during these difficult times,” he added. * Senate Majority Leader Juan MiguelZubiri Majority of senators slam Health Secretary Francisco Duque III’s “poor planning, delayed response, lack of transparency, and misguided and flip-flopping policies and measures” in addressing the coronavirus pandemic in the country. PCOO/FACEBOOK * Sen. Nancy Binay “Whether he is removed or not, status quo cannot continue if we want to defeat the virus. Kelangan mas bibo ang liderato dito laban sa virus. We were late for testing, contact tracing is almost nonexistent, hospitals short of protective gear – we need to be better,” Angara said. * Senate President Vicente Sotto III * Sen. Sonny Angara * Sen. Sherwin Gatchalian * Sen. Imee Marcoscenter_img MANILA – More than half of the members of the Senate, including those allied with the administration, called for the immediate resignation of Health Secretary Francisco Duque III for his “failure of leadership, negligence, lack of foresight, and inefficiency” in handling the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis in the country. * Sen. Grace Poe President Rodrigo Duterte is keeping his faith on Department of Health secretary Francisco Duque III amid calls from majority of senators for his immediate resignation. Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea meanwhile said President Rodrigo Duterte is not sacking Duque as the country is in the middle of fight against the COVID-19. * Sen. Ramon “Bong” RevillaJr. * Sen. Panfilo Lacson * Sen. Lito Lapid * Sen. Francis Tolentino Duque, in February, faced senators in a hearing on the Philippine government’s preparedness against COVID-19. The Philippines only had two confirmed cases then. The Philippines now has 5,453 confirmed cases, 349 deaths, and 353 recoveries./PN * Sen. Joel Villanueva “The President has made a decision for Health Secretary Duque to stay put,” Medialdea said. “He also expressed his appreciation for the Senators’ gesture in giving him the opportunity to weigh his options on the performance of Duque.” * Sen. Ronald Dela Rosalast_img read more

The world wide search for Hidden Creatures continues

first_imgOnce said to be folklore and myth, the legends of the desert have proven to be more than a mirage. While geocaching through a landscape of sand, harsh sunlight, and tumbleweed, you will have to look sharp to find evidence of the creatures in the desert. There is still time to confirm a sighting of the regal Sphinx, the legendary Gryphon, and the elusive Phoenix! Now until July 25, travel to the ends of the Earth to confirm sightings of the 13 Hidden Creatures. Find geocaches or attend events to earn souvenirs of the Hidden Creatures!Check your progressShare with your Friends:More SharePrint RelatedLast chance! Collect all 13 Hidden CreaturesJuly 17, 2018In “News”Uncover a new world of Hidden CreaturesJune 5, 2018In “News”Hidden Creatures FAQMay 29, 2018In “News”last_img read more

Magazines on the iPad? HP’s MagCloud Makes it a One-Click Deal

first_imgWhat it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Tags:#mobile#web marshall kirkpatrick Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement Related Posts center_img The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Gorgeous, image-rich magazines with long-form content, published periodically. Sometimes it feels like that’s what the iPad was made for. On its second birthday from inside HP Labs, the do-it-yourself magazine publishing service MagCloud is launching a new feature that lets any magazine on the platform become iPad optimized with a single click. I’m really excited about this. It’s not the Wired iPad app, yet. But it is a whole world of other magazines. Hacker Monthly: The Print Magazine of Hacker News on the iPad? Zip!Art Nouveau Magazine on the iPad? Bang! Mowmentum: The Magazine for the Lawnmower Racing Community…on the iPad? Boom.Above: The magazine rack. Below: Scrubbing through the pages.In addition to iPad availability, the print on demand part of MagCloud is growing more sophisticated as well. Publishers can now choose to put a spine on their magazines (which should be a big improvement), the page limit has been raised to 384 pages and, perhaps most importantly, HP will now ship printed magazines anywhere in the world.But it’s the iPad publishing and reading that interests me most. Publishers can opt-in to allowing readers to click on a link to download a magazine to the Magcloud iPad app.This is especially if price points can settle into something reasonable. I told HP’s Andrew Bolwell that what I really wanted were magazines priced like iPhone apps. Give me really good $2 magazines and I’ll buy them all day long. A $10 magazine on the iPad? Probably not. “I personally believe that the same is true for content,” he told me. “I hope the market will come to a point where content on the iPad is priced below the threshold of consideration on price.”Right now MagCloud supports simple PDF uploads, but the future is wide open, Bolwell says. Possibilities include multimedia, DRM-free publishing (there’s DRM today) and an HP-powered ad network.“We want to offer the option for people to do anything they want in the digital space,” Bolwell says. Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaceslast_img read more

Tesla’s Solar Roof Has a Competitor

first_imgNon-solar roofing — galvanized standing-seam panels — cost $8.50 per square foot. Solar portions of the roof produce 19 watts per square foot; at Forward’s list price of $3.25 per watt, that’s an installed cost of $61.75 per square foot for the solar collectors. By contrast, the estimated cost of Tesla’s active PV roofing is about $42 per square foot. (Tesla’s non-solar tiles are about $11 per square foot.) Tesla, however, has not disclosed the output of an individual tile. An analysis by PowerScout estimates that the price of energy generated by the Tesla roof is about $4.75 per watt.With an output of 19 watts per square foot, a 5-kW Solar Roofing system from Forward Labs would require 263 square feet of solar roofing.Forward Labs says the roofing includes a passive venting system to help cool solar cells during the summer, reducing a falloff in electrical output that comes with higher temperatures. The roofing can be installed two or three days on a roof with a minimum pitch of 1:12, according to the company.An article posted at GTM quoted Forward Labs CEO Zach Taylor as saying that Solar Roofing components are assembled in a metal frame off site and can be installed in about half the time as a conventional solar array.The collectors use silicon solar cells, which the company says are “in line with high-efficiency monocrystalline solar panels,” GTM said. RELATED ARTICLES Tesla Will Take Your Solar Roof Order NowSolar Panels That Don’t Look Like Solar PanelsGAF Dives Into the Residential Solar Marketcenter_img A Palo Alto, California, company says that it has developed a building-integrated photovoltaic system with a top layer of tempered glass that looks like a standing-seam metal roof. The solar panels can be installed for $3.25 a watt — roughly the cost of a conventional racked solar array.Forward Labs is now taking $1,000 deposits and says that installations will start in the San Francisco Bay area early next year. The company is apparently planning much wider distribution in the future, but cautioned visitors to its website that it could not commit to fulfilling any orders beyond the immediate Bay Area in 2018.The Forward Labs product, called Solar Roofing, looks like a direct competitor to Tesla’s Solar Roof, in which solar cells are embedded in glass-topped shingles. Tesla started taking orders for its roofing several weeks ago.Forward Labs says that all wiring connections for the roof are made inside the attic. A roof can be composed of solar and non-solar panels, with the mix depending on the amount of electricity the homeowner wants to produce. Solar and non-solar panels look the same, with roofing available in eight colors.last_img read more

24 days agoArsenal defender Sokratis: Big positive Man Utd point

first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Arsenal defender Sokratis: Big positive Man Utd pointby Paul Vegas24 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal defender Sokratis was happy with their 1-1 draw at Manchester United.The Greek insists they could’ve taken all three points.He said, “It will give us a lot of confidence. We are a big team and play every game to win but some games you have to know also what you have to do better and when is your strong moment.“We had the chance to win, we didn’t win but we take a point and it gives us confidence and we go to the next game.” last_img read more

8 days agoArsenal management rubbish injury doubts for William Saliba

first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Arsenal management rubbish injury doubts for William Salibaby Paul Vegas8 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal management have rubbished injury doubts for William Saliba.There’s been claims from The Athletic of concerns regarding the defender’s ‘groin strength’.But the Metro says the club are confident he will be ready to compete for a first-team spot next season. Saliba joined Arsenal from St Etienne in the summer and was immediately loaned back to the French club.But Arsenal soon got a chance to have a closer look at the 18-year-old centre-back as he visited their London Colney training base after being ruled out of the first seven games of the season with a hamstring injury.Saliba eventually made his return to action in Ligue 1, making his first three appearances of the season prior to the current international break. last_img read more