The Croatian National Tourist Board, in cooperation with a British-Australian production, organized the first Food Box Day, which took place today on Britanski trg in Zagreb. Namely, on one of the most beautiful squares in Zagreb, as part of Advent, they combined their culinary skills together chef Jack Stein, a great British culinary and television star, and Marinko Topalović, a popular Croatian chef, is also the head chef of the ReUnion restaurant within the newly opened Cannopy By Hilton hotel in Zagreb..”I simply enjoy Zagreb and Croatia. The welcome and kindness of your people, combined with the wonderful Advent atmosphere, leave a special impression on me. I am extremely glad that many passers-by today followed our preparation of the dish, which they finally tasted. Their reactions were great and that is the real power of gastronomy, to connect people and cultures”, he said Jack Stein, emphasizing that he was most impressed by the visit to the Dolac market. Photo: HTZ British-Croatian culinary duo prepared the famous and popular British dish “fish and chips“, But in the Croatian way with Croatian indigenous foods.Marinko Topalović emphasized that he was honored to work with a chef such as Jack Stein. “I am proud to have had the opportunity to present the potentials of Croatian gastronomy with an inspiring partnership during the filming of the show Jack Stein: Inside the Box. I am especially pleased that the world-class chef has recognized Zagreb and Croatia as a culinary inspiration and I believe that his show will show our country in full glory to millions of viewers and thus stimulate interest in coming to Croatia. “, said Topalovic.By the way, Chef Jack Stein is a British culinary star who hosts the show “Jack Stein: Inside the Box” on the national British television UKTV and Foxtel Australia. He is the son of the famous television chef Rick Stein, with whom he started his career as one of the most successful British chefs of the younger generation. He gained experience in the world’s most prestigious restaurants from Paris’ La Régalade to Tetsuya’s in Sydney. He began his successful television career in 2017 with the series “Jack Stein: Born to Cook”, where he made his debut as the author of the cookbook World on a plate. Jack Stein: Inside The Box – Sizzle from Parade on Vimeo.The event was also attended by the representative of the Embassy of the United Kingdom Christopher O’Brien and world bloggers and influencers from Belgium, Germany, Great Britain, Japan, France, Poland and Sweden, who at the invitation of the CNTB, as part of the project #CroatiaFullOfMagic, are staying in Croatia and Zagreb on Advent.”In Croatia, and especially in Zagreb, in this beautiful Advent period, a large number of tourists stay, many of whom still had the opportunity to taste top quality dishes prepared by two equally top chefs. Our guest Jack Stein is extremely popular in Great Britain and I am sure that his culinary show recorded in our country will significantly contribute to the additional promotion of Croatia in the large and important British market. “, said the director of the CNTB, Kristjan Staničić.British tourists have made more than 854 arrivals and 4,5 million overnight stays so far this year, an increase of 8 percent.
The knee injury sustained by Super Eagles and Anderlecht FC striker, Henry Onyekuru is not as serious as earlier reported.Speaking from his base in Belgium, Onyekuru said that medics at Everton have reviewed the Magnetic Resonance Imagery (MRI) results and also the extent of damage to the leg, while clearing that the player and that he will be back on his feet in about six weeks as against the 12-15 weeks earlier reported in the media.â€œEverton called for me to come back. They saw the picture of the MRI and they said I wonâ€™t need surgery. So hopefully, I will just go through the treatment and wonâ€™t need it,â€ the former KAS Eupen forward told AOIFootball.com yesterday. The 20-year-old, who has raked in eight goals this season for Anderlecht, revealed further he would be heading to the UK in three weeks to begin treatment.â€œHopefully, in three weeks I should be in UK for treatment,â€ he said.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Share Alex Donohue to head up Press Box PR June 25, 2020 StumbleUpon 888 calls for Betgenius sportsbook makeover June 25, 2020 RankTipsterRace WinsPoints Submit Steven Mullington, the lead horse racing writer on the 888sport blog, has stepped up to challenge bettingexpert’s Stephen Harris in the Flat Season Tipster Challenge at York.Last week, Harris started the new Flat Season competition, sponsored by Betting Gods, by collecting 29.50 points at Chester, which included winners at 16/1 and 15/2.Meanwhile, Mullington, who also writes for the online ‘Grand National Guide’ throughout the year, will be hoping to better the 2.00-point return for Alex Donohue from ODDSbible.____________________________________2:20bettingexpert: Erik The RedWas a very unlucky loser in this handicap last seen and should be spot on now after an encouraging seasonal debut.888sport: Erik The RedCame third in this race last year when it was sponsored by 888sport, and Kevin Ryan appears to have laid him out for this race yet again. A Newcastle all-weather opening run should have sharpened the five-year-old gelding right up.____________________________________2:55bettingexpert: Ninjago (Nap of the Day)Has been catching the eye in defeat and could be sharpened up by the refitting of blinkers.888sport: Out Do (Nap of the Day)David O’Meara and Danny Tudhope are a formidable pairing at this early stage in the season and their Out Do looks very strong in this contest. Listed winners running in handicaps are always of interest and Out Do should be on any shortlist.____________________________________3:30bettingexpert: SuedoisHas yet to win in seven runs for O’Meara, but he competed at the top level in sprints last season and should be primed for this return with ideal conditions.888sport: BrandoHopefully Kevin Ryan will be going for a double when it comes to this race and Brando can give him his second winner of the afternoon. A horse on the upgrade, Brando won first time out this season.____________________________________4:05bettingexpert: Shutter SpeedLooked a top-class filly at Newbury and the form got a major boost when the third there Enable won at Chester last week.888sport: Shutter Speed Very hard to oppose Shutter Speed here and she should give us a good indication to how she may run in the Oaks at Epsom.____________________________________4:35bettingexpert: MazyounHas run well in both handicaps this season and the Palmer stable is now back in the winners.888sport: BatteredRan three races as a two-year-old here, so will be no stranger to the demands of the track. He is very handily weighted and Ryan Moore is a positive jockey booking.____________________________________5:05bettingexpert: Rocket Man DanComes from the excellent Dalgleish stable and looked a winner waiting to happen when touched off by Black Orange last time out (winner has since run a blinder in defeat at Chester).888sport: SavalasMrs Angie Bailey appears to like having a runner named after a film star and her £100,000 purchase, Savalas, has every chance of opening his two-year-old account here. Kevin Ryan trains once again.____________________________________5:35bettingexpert: Red RannaghWell handicapped with bits of form; the booking of Spencer catches the eye after six months on the sidelines.888sport: ChanceryI will take a punt on the popular Knavesmire runner here. The nine-year-old appears to come alive at this track and if he can put his Ripon run behind him he can be a leading player today.____________________________________ Share ‘Better for Bettors’: Better Collective’s formalised approach to sustainable development June 15, 2020 Related Articles 1bettingexpert429.50 2Alex Donohue – ODDSbible12.00
IOWA CITY — Illinois has voted to become the 11th state to legalize the recreational use of marijuana beginning in January.Law enforcement says that could create problems in Iowa, especially with students coming across state lines. Iowa State Patrol Trooper Bob Conrad tells KCRG TV it will be “business as usual” for them — even if people acquire marijuana legally in Illinois, whether the intention is for personal or distributional purposes.“If it happens that we have students or something coming to this location and they’re bringing extra marijuana that they’re going to sell, if they get caught, they will face the penalties of Iowa law,” according to Trooper Conrad. He says state law here has not changed. “There is not a grey area where because you live 50 miles away where it’s legal and you come here, that we’re going to accept that,” Conrad says.Starting January 1st, 2020, the law in Illinois will allow residents 21 and older to have up to 30 grams or marijuana and non-residents can have up to 15 grams. U-I enrollment figures show more than 5,200 undergraduates from Illinois attend Iowa. “We do have a lot of Illinois students come to the University of Iowa. If they come here distributing it — they will be charged with distributing an illegal substance,” he says. Conrad says it’s important for students to understand that the Iowa law on distributing drugs apply to everyone within the state’s borders. “I would caution anybody to be very careful, because that carried enhanced penalties that will be charged, simple as that,” Conrad says.The penalties for possession of marijuana can carry up to two years in jail and a fine. Distribution is classified as a felony and could carry up to fifty years in jail. Trooper Conrad also expressed the concern for people driving impaired, especially if they decide to drive under the influence of marijuana.“When you’re behind the wheel high, you’re not driving okay,” Trooper Conrad says. “It’s not acceptable. Our judgment is impaired, the way we do things, the way we think about things, the way we pull out in front of a car is completely different. If people are going to come into Iowa impaired, we as the Department of Public Safety are going to everything to keep those people safe.”The University of Iowa released a statement on the issue: “The possession and sale of marijuana is still illegal at the federal level and in Iowa. The U-I’s residence halls are substance-free environments and the possession of illegal drugs is prohibited. We encourage students to follow the rules, make healthy choices, and seek out the help of alcohol and drug education services on campus if they are struggling.”