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Apple-Cranberry Dessert.

first_img Tweet Recipe source:Better Homes and Gardens Share Sharing is caring! 26 Views   no discussions Apple-Cranberry Dessert.This recipe for a delicious apple and cranberry casserole has layers of flavor. A sweet batter tops the fresh apples and cranberries. Unsweetened cherries can be substituted for the cranberries, if fresh cranberries are not available, or frozen ones work well too. Top with a scoop of ice cream.Ingredients:2 12-ounce package fresh or frozen cranberries or 2 16-ounces packages frozen unsweetened pitted tart red cherries*2 cups chopped, peeled cooking apples2 tablespoons butter, cut up1-1/4 cups sugar3/4 cup chopped walnuts or pecans2 eggs, slightly beaten3/4 cup butter, melted1 cup sugar3/4 cup all-purpose flourVanilla ice creamcenter_img Share Food & DiningLifestyle Apple-Cranberry Dessert. by: – July 20, 2011 Directions:Preheat oven to 325 degree F. Grease the bottom of a 13x9x2-inch baking pan. Toss the cranberries and apples together in the pan. Dot cranberry mixture with the 2 tablespoons butter. Sprinkle evenly with the 1-1/4 cups sugar and the chopped nuts.In a medium mixing bowl whisk together the eggs, melted butter, the 1 cup sugar, and the flour until well combined. Pour evenly over top of cranberry mixture.Bake, uncovered, for 1 to 1-1/4 hours or until top is golden brown. Serve warm (cool about 30 minutes) or at room temperature with vanilla ice cream. Makes 15 servings.*Note: If using frozen cranberries, do not thaw before tossing with apples. If using frozen cherries, let stand at room temperature 30 minutes before tossing with apples. Sharelast_img read more

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Turks and Caicos government threatens to demolish political party headquarters

first_img Sharing is caring! Tweet Share Share Photo credit: worldatlas.comPROVIDENCIALES, Turks and Caicos Islands — Last week, the Turks and Caicos Islands government served civil proceedings on the Progressive National Party (PNP) seeking the recovery of the land upon which the PNP headquarters building is constructed, together with damages, including an order to pull down and destroy the structure. The claim arises from the PNP’s alleged trespass following its construction of its headquarters on Airport Road, Providenciales, on Crown land to which, the government claims, it had, and has no title. According to a government press release on Tuesday, after construction of its headquarters in 2005/6, the PNP subsequently appointed a management agent, Provident Management Services Ltd, to manage the property. During the last elected administration prior to the imposition of direct rule by Britain, Provident is said to have sub-leased six offices in the headquarters to PNP MPs for a total of $465,083.61 over approximately three years, which was paid by the government. The government seeks the return of that sum, to which Provident was not entitled together with other damages.The government said it is seeking a number of remedies for the alleged trespass:• damages for the PNP’s trespass on the land, based on a reasonable annual rent until possession of the land is returned to the Crown;• the repayment of the $465,083.61;• an order that the headquarters are pulled down and destroyed;• damages for returning the land to its former state; and• interest and costsAttorney General Huw Shepheard commented: “When the current administration first became aware last year that the PNP’s headquarters had been built on Crown land to which the PNP had no title, my Chambers wrote to the PNP setting out the claim that the government had. It had been our hope that matters could be settled amicably without the need for proceedings. Unfortunately, discussions with the PNP have not been successful. In those circumstances, the government has been left with no choice but to bring these proceedings for trespass and damages to recover this plot of Crown land and what is properly owed to the government”. Carlos Simons QC, attorney for the PNP, said in response that he does not consider that the government has as yet “served civil proceedings on the Progressive National Party” as the press statement asserts. “I believe that their method of service does not meet the requirements of TCI procedural law and until the mistake is corrected, the party has no formal notice of the proceedings and does not have to respond. That issue has been brought to the attention of the Attorney General’s Chambers, but might in the end require the attention of the Court,” he said.Simons went on to say that the trespass claim is entirely misconceived. “The party has been in open possession of the Airport Road property since at least 2005 with the full knowledge of the leaders of every government department concerned with dealings in Crown land and with their acquiescence, if not consent,” he explained.Simons also rejected the assertion that Provident Management Services Ltd sub-leased six offices in the headquarters building to PNP MPs, but instead leased the offices to the government, with those leases being signed off on behalf of the government by the head of department having control of the relevant vote. Furthermore, he said, those leases were identical to leases entered into by the government in Grand Turk, South Caicos and North and Middle Caicos for the constituency offices of Members of Parliament, including constituency offices for PDM [Peoples Democratic Movement] Members of Parliament. “That assertion is therefore false,” Simons reiterated.He also said that the PNP has never disputed the government’s right to a reasonable annual rent, nor payment of the market value of the land. “That is therefore a non-issue,” he said.As regards the claim for damages for trespass, Simons asserted that any reasonable person would agree that the land has been developed and improved rather than injured. “I would also be surprised if anyone, regardless of their political allegiance would agree that pulling down and destroying a perfectly good building makes any kind of sense,” he said.Simons said he had been instructed to invite the attorney general and the governor to return to the negotiation table and make a good faith attempt to reach a reasonable settlement of these issues.In any case, he said, the PNP is committed to rigorously defending and defeating these spurious claims brought by the interim government, purportedly on behalf of the people.By Caribbean News Now contributorcenter_img Share 29 Views   no discussions NewsRegional Turks and Caicos government threatens to demolish political party headquarters by: – March 21, 2012last_img read more

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NASCAR at Pocono: Start time, lineup, TV schedule, live stream for Pocono 400

first_imgStop us if you’ve heard this before, but Kyle Busch and Martin Truex Jr. have to be excited about where NASCAR is heading this week.Drivers will head to Pocono Raceway in Pennsylvania and Busch and Truex have to be excited as the two have combined to win the last three races at the Tricky Triangle. Also, the fact that each driver has won three races this year has to bode well for another good week.MORE: Watch the Pocono 400 live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)One of NASCAR’s two big flat tracks, the 2.5-mile course features high speeds and big horsepower, which has to have a lot of drivers excited.Ryan Blaney is still looking for his first win of the year and he has a victory here while other guys like Alex Bowman have to be thrilled to take a shot at Pocono.For Blaney it’s simply coming back to a track he loves, and for Bowman it’s just to keep up his recent run of success.Bowman has four straight top-10 finishes, including a run of back-to-back-to-back runner-ups.The Pocono 400 can be seen at 2 p.m. ET on Sunday on FS1.What time does the Pocono 400 start?The Pocono 400 will take place Sunday, May 26. Live coverage begins on FS1 at 2 p.m. ET.What TV channel is the Pocono 400 on?The Pocono 400 will be broadcast nationally on FS1. The race can also be live-streamed on the Fox Sports Go App or by subscribing to fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial .Pocono 400 schedule, how to watchAll of the events leading up to the week, including practices and races for the Xfinity Series, can be seen on NASCAR.com, PRN, MRN and FS1. Here’s a daily schedule of events leading up to the Pocono 400.(All times Eastern)Friday, May 31TimeEventChannel1:05 p.m.Xfinity Series first practiceNASCAR.com2:05 p.m.Cup Series first practiceNASCAR.com3:05 p.m.Xfinity Series final practiceFS24:05 p.m.Cup Series final practiceFS2/PRNSaturday, June 1TimeEventChannel10:05 a.m.Xfinity Series qualifyingFS1/fuboTV11:35 a.m.Cup Series qualifyingFS1/fuboTV1 p.m.Xfinity Series Pocono Green 250FS1/fuboTVSunday, June 2TimeEventChannel2 p.m.Pocono 400FS1/fuboTVPocono 400 starting lineupStartingDriverNumberTBDLandon Cassill00TBDKurt Busch1TBDBrad Keselowski2TBDAustin Dillon3TBDKevin Harvick4TBDRyan Newman6TBDDaniel Hemric8TBDChase Elliott9TBDAric Almirola10TBDDenny Hamlin11TBDRyan Blaney12TBDTy Dillon13TBDClint Bowyer14TBDRoss Chastain15TBDRicky Stenhouse Jr.17TBDKyle Busch18TBDMartin Truex Jr.19TBDErik Jones20TBDPaul Menard21TBDJoey Logano22TBDWilliam Byron24TBDReed Sorenson27TBDCorey Lajoie32TBDMichael McDowell34TBDMatt Tifft36TBDChris Buescher37TBDDavid Ragan38TBDDaniel Suarez41TBDKyle Larson42TBDDarrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr.43TBDRyan Preece47TBDJimmie Johnson48TBDCody Ware51TBDJJ Yeley52TBDQuin Houff77TBDAlex Bowman88TBDMatt DiBenedetto95last_img read more

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