Carolyn Robb’s new book lends tips for even the least experienced cooks By Alisha McDarris, 7:16AM, Fri. Nov. 16, 2018 Tweet print write a letter If you’ve ever been to afternoon tea or marveled at perfectly frosted royal wedding cakes on your 53” flat screen, you’ve probably dreamed of crafting those storybook desserts that seem only attainable to those who dwell in castles across the sea. Well, not anymore. Courtesy of The Royal Touch Carolyn Robb, British Royal Chef for Prince Charles, Princess Diana, Prince William and Prince Harry is offering her royal recipes to the hoi polloi, just in time for the holidays. Her new cookbook, The Royal Touch: Simply Stunning Home Cooking, promises to bring a royal wow-factor to any family table. And if her chocolate pear and pistachio slice or macadamia and salted caramel cake seem a smidge out of your league, she has a solution for that, too: Open your laptop … [Read more...] about Learn How to Bake Dessert from a British Royal Chef
FAIRFIELD, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, November 16, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Janie P. Bess is the author of Visions: A Memoir, in which she recounts her life story and the story of her son David Jr., affectionately known to his friends and family as “Little David.” When Little David was first born he was already having problems seeing and hearing. “We were having problems with my son because most people had never seen a deaf-blind baby before,” his mother recalls. “The doctors suggested we put him in a place where he could get individual care. Of course, we refused to do that because even though he couldn't see or hear, we could tell our baby was a bright, smart little baby.” Little David would lose his sight and hearing completely before he turned five years old, but he had enough memory to keep doing the things he’d done. “He was disciplined just like a seeing-hearing child and he was treated like he was seeing-hearing,” says … [Read more...] about Janie P. Bess to be Featured on CUTV News Radio
/EIN News/ -- BLUM, Texas, Nov. 16, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- DynaEnergetics, a business of DMC Global Inc. (Nasdaq: BOOM), today celebrates the grand opening of its technologically advanced manufacturing, assembly and administrative facilities on its industrial campus in Blum, Texas. The facilities span 74,000-square-feet and significantly expand the production capacity of DynaStage™, the oil and gas industry’s only Factory-Assembled, Performance-Assured™ well perforating system. New production resources include six DynaStage assembly lines and multiple CNC turning centers for in-house manufacturing of tandem sub adaptors (TSAs), a key component in the DynaStage system. In addition, DynaEnergetics is installing two new automated shaped-charge production lines that will more than triple the U.S. production capacity of the business’ advanced perforating charges. DynaEnergetics also has added administrative and sales offices, employee and … [Read more...] about DynaEnergetics Celebrates Grand Opening of DynaStage™ Manufacturing and Assembly Facilities in Blum, Texas
BKD's SKY program promotes gender intelligence Q: What is a program like BKD's SKY all about, and why do we need it? A: BKD's SKY program is about recruiting, retaining and developing women to provide equal career opportunities for everyone. Studies have shown that diversity of all kinds makes for healthier, higher performing companies, and programs like SKY are in place to educate, advocate and provide support for a better culture of diversity within those companies. It's all about changing culture so that all employees have access to successful career opportunities. Q: What impact has SKY, which recently marked its fourth birthday, had on your team? A: SKY has really opened the door for more honest and open conversation. Everyone now understands and recognizes unconscious bias and the need for gender intelligence. Both men and women are having conversations a little differently. They're being open to different perspectives and not always doing things the same way. It has also … [Read more...] about BKD’s SKY program promotes gender intelligence
By Rick McCrabb, Staff Writer MIDDLETOWN — If Middletown City Council agrees with the Middletown Planning Commission’s decision to allow Kettering Health Network to add overnight stays at its Middletown facility, it would be a game-changer for the city.But will the decision enhance the growth of Middletown’s East End or damage the city’s relationship with Atrium Medical Center, its top employer? Depends on who you believe.About 100 people ate dinner late Wednesday night when the planning commission meeting, which typically lasts less than two hours, dragged on for nearly four hours as 18 people, including Atrium and Kettering hospital officials, employees and local residents, testified before a packed Council Chambers.The planning commission voted 4-1 to approve the rezoning request that will permit Kettering to add beds to its Middletown facility. Recommended for you Recommended for you Recommended for you Most read 1 Pike County … [Read more...] about Would adding hospital beds reduce East End development in Middletown?