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Grilled Cheese Stand to feature Wisconsin cheeses at World Dairy Expo

first_imgA favorite of World Dairy Expo visitors has always been the Grilled Cheese Stand located between the coliseum and arena buildings at the Alliant Energy Center. In addition to the traditional offerings in the Grilled Cheese Stand, this year the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board (WMMB) is sponsoring a feature cheese each day of the five-day event.advertisementadvertisement “WMMB is excited to work with the Grilled Cheese Stand to showcase one of Wisconsin’s most famous products – cheese! Each day, a new variety of cheese will be available as a grilled cheese sandwich and highlight the cornerstone of Wisconsin’s dairy product industry,” says James Robson, CEO of WMMB.The featured cheeses provide expo visitors the opportunity to sample different varieties. Following is the list of featured cheeses available until supplies run out each day.Tuesday, Sept. 29: Provolone, made by Burnett Dairy Cooperative, GrantsburgWednesday, Sept. 30: Tomato basil cheddar, made by Nasonville Dairy, MarshfieldThursday, Oct. 1: Gouda, made by Nasonville Dairy, MarshfieldFriday, Oct. 2: Dill havarti, made by Klondike Cheese Company, MonroeSaturday, Oct. 3: Pepper jack, made by Emmi Roth, MonroeIn coordination with the featured cheeses at the Grilled Cheese Stand at World Dairy Expo, WMMB has created a website specific to the cheeses and the cheesemakers who helped craft those offered. The website describes each cheese and provides suggestions for pairing these cheeses with your favorite beverages or snacks.  PD—From Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board news releasePHOTO: Photo by Thinkstock.advertisementlast_img read more

 

Gallery: Bristol Bears at Barbarians training camp

first_imgDirector of Rugby Pat Lam leads the coaching team, alongside Conor McPhillips, Jonathan Thomas, Stuart Powell and Rory Murray.Chris Vui, Steven Luatua, John Afoa and Charles Piutau will all line up for the prestigious Barbarians, while Piers O’Conor and Callum Sheedy are set to make their international debuts for England.

 

Ravens looking healthy in final injury report for Thursday night

first_imgPreparing to host the Cleveland Browns in a short week, the Ravens will be close to full strength as they take the field for Thursday Night Football.Offensive lineman Jah Reid (calf) was the only Baltimore player to work on a limited basis Wednesday as he continues to re-acclimate himself to practicing after initially injuring his lower leg in June’s mandatory minicamp. He is listed as questionable against the Browns, but it is highly unlikely that he will be listed as active after only having worked on a limited basis in a few practices over the last week.Linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo and cornerback Lardarius Webb were both full participants on Wednesday after being limited with knee injuries earlier in the week. Both defensive players are listed as probable.Meanwhile, Cleveland’s final injury report wasn’t nearly as favorable as starting wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi has been ruled out with a hamstring injury after not practicing all week. He leads the Browns with 145 receiving yards and is second in catches (nine) behind running back Trent Richardson’s 11.Tight end Alex Smith and linebacker James-Michael Johnson have also been ruled out for Thursday’s game.Here’s the final injury report for Thursday night:BALTIMOREQUESTIONABLE: T Jah Reid (calf)PROBABLE: LB Brendon Ayanbadejo (knee), CB Lardarius Webb (knee)CLEVELANDOUT: LB James-Michael Johnson (ribs/oblique), WR Mohamed Massaquoi (hamstring), TE Alex Smith (head)QUESTIONABLE: DB Ray Ventrone (hand)PROBABLE: DB Sheldon Brown (chest), WR Joshua Cribbs (knee), OL Jason Pinkston (ankle), DL Frostee Rucker (wrist), RB Trent Richardson (knee), LS Christian Yount (shoulder)last_img read more

 

Angel Investors (Still) Taking Your Questions on Formspring

first_imgTags:#start#tips Related Posts Question and answer services are the new hotness. Facebook recently rolled out the option, and ex-Facebookers founded the popular new service Quora that is dedicated to them. But one of the more fun implementations of this dynamic is Formspring.me, which lets individuals answer questions directed at them. Many notable techies are on the service, making it a great place to get have a quick Q&A with important and informed luminaries. For the last few days, a batch of angel investors has been answering questions on the service, and today is the last chance for curious entrepreneurs to get in on the action.Travis Kalanick, Josh Felser of Freestyle Capital and David Lee of SV Angel have already held their official Formspring office hours over the last two days. Today, at noon PST, Mike Maples of Floodgate will answer your questions, followed by Steve Anderson of Baseline at 3pm PST. This is a great opportunity to get some candid responses from some high-profile angel investors, so don’t miss this chance to ask some pointed questions. Kalanick answered just under 40 questions yesterday, including general questions like how startups can gain traction to more specific ones, like why angels are seemingly scared of the K12 education industry. His frank response to the latter was simply, “because unions and politics suck.”Felser and Lee have similarly answered several dozen questions during their official appointed times, but have also continued answering more since then. If you’re an entrepreneur in need of some fast and quick advice, consider sending Maples and Anderson your questions today on Formspring. 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…center_img Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… chris cameronlast_img read more

 

Excess guards for Gilas five

first_imgPhoto by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netKiefer Ravena showed up for practice on Monday, making a total of four point guards vying for spots in the Gilas Pilipinas roster that will play Japan and Chinese Taipei later this month at the start of the Fiba World Cup 2019 Asian Qualifiers.Terrence Romeo also reported for work earlier. Together with Jayson Castro and the improved Kevin Alas in the pool, there will be four point guards that Reyes would have to choose from in time for the clash with the Japanese slated Nov. 24 in Tokyo.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim MOST READ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Ceres-Negros closes in on top spot Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ But having so many point guards in his squad is not new to Reyes, who took four with him to Seville, Spain, in 2014—Castro, Romeo, Paul Lee and Jimmy Alapag—in the World Cup where the Filipinos won a round robin game for the first time in 40 years, an 81-79 overtime decision of Senegal.Reyes would have had a fifth guard in the pool in Jio Jalalon, who has been out because of a lateral collateral ligament (LCL) injury.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games openingThe Filipinos will tangle with the Taiwanese at Smart Araneta Coliseum in Cubao on Nov. 27, which naturalized player Quincy Davis III was reportedly ruled out to play for Chinese Taipei because of an injury.Andray Blatche, Gilas’ naturalized center, will arrive Nov. 12 to join the Nationals in practice. Palace: Robredo back to ‘groping with a blind vision’ The first round of the hectic qualifying process will end in February for the Filipinos when they travel to Australia to play the world-power Aussies who, in turn, will also play here.Ira Brown is vying for a spot in the Japanese national side as its naturalized player, but unlike the Philippines and Taipei which enlisted big men in the 6-foot-11 Blatche and the 6-foot-10 Davis III, respectively, Brown is a 6-foot-4 guard.Joji Takeuchi remains to be one of the big guns for the Japanese. A 6-foot-10 center with soft hands and quick feet Takeuchi has seen his share of battles with Gilas.Reigning four-time PBA MVP June Mar Fajardo, Japeth Aguilar, Castro, Calvin Abueva, Gabe Norwood and Matthew Wright are considered shoo-ins by most.ADVERTISEMENTcenter_img Malditas save PH from shutout The Fatted Calf and Ayutthaya: New restos worth the drive to Tagaytay Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. ‘A complete lie:’ Drilon refutes ‘blabbermouth’ Salo’s claims MRT 7 on track for partial opening in 2021 After 30 years, Johnlu Koa still doing ‘hard-to-make’ quality breads View commentslast_img read more

 

Straight Sets

first_imgBy @JulianTFAMountfort Park, Manurewa, New ZealandIn warm conditions at Mountfort Park, South Auckland in New Zealand, it was an emphatic straight sets start to the Australian campaign at this year’s Youth Trans-Tasman Series; winners in all three of the ‘junior’ divisions on the opening morning.The Australian Under 18’s Mixed team got the ball rolling early in a close encounter prevailing 7-5, followed by wins to both the girls and boys 18’s teams 7-3 and 4-1 respectively.In relative new surrounds for most of the Australian contingent, Touch Football Australia CEO, Colm Maguire is particularly pleased and in admiration of the performances thus far of the teams away from home.“I am very happy with the start as I’m sure all coaches and players are here,” Maguire said in the break of play between the 18’s and 20’s fixtures.“It’s always great to get the first games underway and good to get those wins early, naturally. Particularly against some very good opposition with the New Zealand youth sides who have improved significantly,” he said.“You could see the anticipation on the (Australian) players faces prior to these opening matches,” he said “it means a lot to them playing away from home and it showed in the opening performances.“Really looking forward now to the 20’s matches and tomorrow of course for games two across each of the divisions.Tune in to the live streaming courtesy of Maori Television and follow the scores and news online and via TFA’s social media channels.Related LinksStraight Setslast_img read more

 

Top soldier acknowledges handling of Afghan memorial hit a nerve vows access

first_imgTORONTO — Canada’s top soldier acknowledges that last week’s unveiling of the Kandahar memorial without the families of dead soldiers present hit a nerve.Gen. Jonathan Vance, chief of the defence staff, tells The Canadian Press no insult or disrespect was intended.Decisions around the opening and severely restricted access to the site have come under attack from Afghan war veterans and families of those killed there.Vance says he has asked his team to come up with plans to allow access to anyone who wants it.He also says the fragile memorial needs to be inside, and the Department of National Defence headquarters in Ottawa was chosen as the best place.In Vancouver, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today he is looking into the situation.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

 

Mens Volleyball Ohio State faces toughest weekend of season in No 6

Redshirt sophomore Jake Hanes smacks the ground out of frustration after sending the ball out-of-bounds during Ohio State’s loss to George Mason on Jan. 18 at St. John Arena in Columbus. Credit: Ethan Clewell | Senior Reporter.This season, the Ohio State men’s volleyball team has had to replace decorated seniors, work through injuries and experience tough losses. But none of these challenges measure up to the tests it faces this weekend. The Buckeyes (4-6) continue their five-match road trip in Long Beach, California, on Friday, when they take on No. 6 UC Santa Barbara (9-3) and No. 1 Long Beach State (10-0). The Buckeyes are reeling after a straight-set loss to No. 15 Purdue Fort Wayne on Tuesday for their second straight conference loss. Junior outside hitter Jake Hanes and senior setter Sanil Thomas did not play in the match due to injury, and will not play in either of the upcoming matches. Head coach Pete Hanson said injuries have taken a toll on his team’s flow during the game. “I think our guys are a little bit shaken mentally, not having Jake and having lost Sanil,” Hanson said. “It’s just been kind of topsy turvy and you can’t get a rhythm established when you can’t keep the same guys on the floor all the time.” Both UC Santa Barbara and Long Beach State have been anything but topsy turvy this season. The Gauchos are coming off of back-to-back road victories against then-No. 3 BYU in six straight sets. Senior outside hitter Corey Chavers collected 33 kills and six aces in the two matches. Long Beach State has only lost one set in its 10 matches this season, a 25-19 third set against USC. Senior opposite hitter Kyle Ensing and senior outside hitter TJ DeFalco lead the team with 106 kills each, adding 21 and 17 aces, respectively. In the face of tough competition, Hanson said the message he’s trying to get across to his players this weekend is building confidence. “We’re talking to our guys about, ‘Hey you can’t worry about the end result right now. We have to worry about the process,’” Hanson said. “Let the chips fall where they may, and just build some confidence in what we’re doing. It might result in a win, it might not, but let’s kind of get our feet underneath us and get going a little bit.” Freshman setter Luke Lentin will start his second and third matches, respectively, this weekend after beginning his Buckeye career on Tuesday against Purdue Fort Wayne. Prior to Tuesday, Lentin was injured with a concussion, forcing him to miss three matches. “I had one full day of practice before I came back on the court,” Lentin said. “But I think I’ve worked myself into it.” This weekend brings more than an opportunity to get back out on the court for Lentin: it brings home. Lentin is originally from La Jolla, California, just 95 miles from Walter Pyramid where the Buckeyes will play their matches. “I’m really excited to get back home, back to my home state,” Lentin said. “Maybe it’ll make me feel a little more comfortable setting on the court.” Ohio State will play UC Santa Barbara at 7 p.m. on Friday and Long Beach State at 10 p.m. on Saturday in Long Beach, California. read more