Super Delicious Strawberry Dessert in a Glass



This creamy and mousse-like strawberry dessert is as pleasing to the eye as it is to the sweet tooth. The light and luscious parfaits with luxurious texture with sweet and lightly sour lemon taste will give you the ultimate dessert pleasure.

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40 Ideas For Safety Meeting Topics

Safety meetings are the right time to discuss about health and safety related matters in the workplace. Safety meetings can be held regularly or incidentally as a response on occurrence of a specific health and safety problem or after an incident or accident happens.

Ideally, safety meetings focus on just one specific topic. But, what kind of topics do we have to discuss? Here are some topics that you can use in the meeting:

  1. Safety policy
  2. Applicable safety regulations
  3. Compliance status on safety regulations
  4. New safety regulation
  5. Incident and accident investigation
  6. Safety audit findings
  7. OHSAS 18001 surveillance finds
  8. Safety patrol finding
  9. Personal protective equipments
  10. Eye protection
  11. Hearing protection
  12. Hand and foot injuries
  13. Risk assessment for new plant facility
  14. On-way traffic control in the plant site
  15. Pressure vessel regular testing
  16. Working around electricity
  17. Emergency response procedure
  18. Construction safety
  19. Working in a confined space
  20. Lockout and tagout programs
  21. Heat stress
  22. Hazards identification or recognition
  23. How to read Material Safety Data Sheet
  24. How to handle compressed gas safely
  25. Hazardous material preservation and handling
  26. Slips, trips and falls
  27. Near miss incident reporting
  28. Fire extinguisher usage
  29. Safety precaution in case of fire
  30. Maintenance of fire fighting equipments
  31. Safety control for the transformer yard
  32. Fire fighting placement and location indication
  33. Self-inspection system
  34. Chemical exposure control
  35. Safety training program
  36. Gas cylinder control and protection
  37. Hazardous material symbol and label implementation
  38. Loss control report issued by plant insurance company
  39. Safety work permit system
  40. Truck driver safety- It is better to provide a schedule for every safety meeting, especially for regular safety meeting. Do not forget to file them when you have finished using the materials. Later you will need it.

I believe the list above does not cover all the chemical plant safety related topics. Your input and feed back would be very valuable and I will add it to the list.



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PopTalk: Holiday hotel buffet food trip around the Metro



Aired: December 10, 2016

This week’s review of ‘Pop Talk’ features Tonipet Gaba with Food Hero 2016 Chef Anton Amoncio, celebrity reviewer Richard Juan, and Cecille Cristobal from travelbook.ph to check out three hotel buffets within Metro Manila that are perfect for families looking for yummy Noche Buena dinner.

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The Easiest Way to Prevent Traveler's Diseases

Most of us love to travel a lot without knowing what the consequences might be. We are not very aware of certain diseases that we can pick up from different countries that we travel to. So what are traveler's illnesses anyway? These are diseases that we contract when traveling away from home, most especially when we travel from a highly developed country to a less developed one. These diseases can be acquired by eating or drinking contaminated food or water, from animal droppings, from soil, close encounter with infected animals, and if bitten by vectors like mosquitoes, flies, and ticks. Some can even be derived from walking and swimming on the beach barefooted. Simple things that we ignore can actually be the cause of a dreadful disease.

Let me give you some of the most popular diseases that we can contract while on a travel, and I will be giving points on how to prevent from getting these diseases.

o African Sleeping Sickness

As the name implies, this disease can be contracted from the Eastern and Central Africa. It is also called the African trypanosomiasis. It is caused by a parasite and is transmitted by a tsetse fly causing a systemic disease. This is most abundant in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi, Ethiopia, Zaire, Zimbabwe, and Botswana. The disease would occur within the period of four weeks, with initial symptoms of fever, rash, skin lesions, swollen lymph nodes, and edema. And this can actually progress to meningoencephalitis, which is a very serious disease. Once meningoencephalitis has occurred, personality changes, progressive confusion, irritability, weight loss, slurred speech, seizures, insomnia, and difficulty in walking and talking will then follow.

There are no drugs or vaccine that can prevent this disease. But here are some tips to prevent insect bites.

1. Wear long-sleeved shirt and pants for protection, and it should be thick because tsetse fly can bite through cloth materials.

2. Tsetse flies are attracted to bright and dark colors, so it is better to wear something khaki or neutral-colored clothes.

3. Bed nets are best recommended while napping.

4. Avoid riding open vehicles like jeeps or pickup trucks. Tsetse flies are fond of dust created by moving vehicles.

5. Tsetse fly usually rest in the bushes during hot days, but they bite once disturbed. So avoid walking through the bushes.

o Mad Cow Disease

This is a bovine spongiform encephalopathy that affects the cattle but with the new variant, the disease was passed to humans. Both diseases cause fatal brain injuries and diseases. Most of the cases are located in Great Britain, the disease replied from feeding cattle with scrapie-containing sheep meat and bone. This disease can be passed to humans by eating an infected beef, causing the humans to have mental retardation and dementia. Travelers can reduce the risk of exposure by avoiding beef, or selecting beef products, instead of eating ground beef and sausages, it is better to eat solid pieces of beef.

o Cholera

It is an infectious, acute disease from consuming contaminated water and food. The bacterium Vibrio cholera is to blame for this disease. It is mostly found in South Asia, Africa, and Latin America like Mexico, Guatemala, Ecuador, Peru, and Columbia. The unsanitary disposal of excrement is the cause of an impure water supply attracting Vibrio cholera.

How can we prevent Cholera? As the center of disease control says "Boil it, cook it, peel it, or forget it". Here are some preventive measures that we should remember.

1. Use and drink only boiled or chemically disinfected water. Use disinfected water for brushing teeth, washing your face and hands, washing fruits and vegetables, utensils, bottles, glasses.

2. Refrain from eating food and drinking beverages with unknown sources like unpasteurized milk or milk products, raw meats, shellfish, and any fish from tropical reefs.

Like what I always say, it's better to be safe than sorry!



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Why does almost half of America’s food go to waste?



Roughly 40 percent of food produced in America never makes it to the table. Whether it rots in the field, is trashed at the supermarket, or thrown out at home, NPR’s Allison Aubrey looks at why good food is being discarded, and what can be done to prevent it.

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Jinnah Restaurant Owner Mr Saleem interview



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Jinnah Resturant Owner Interview

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Results of Poor Cross Cultural Awareness

Results of Poor Cross Cultural Awareness. Having a poor understanding of the influence of cross cultural differences in areas such as management, PR, advertising and negotiations can eventually lead to blunders that can have damaging consequences.

It is crucial for today's business personnel to understand the impact of cross cultural differences on business, trade and internal company organization. The success or failure of a company, venture, merger or acquisition is essentially in the hands of people. If these people are not cross cultural aware then misunderstandings, offence and a break down in communication can occur.

The need for greater cross cultural awareness is heightened in our global economies. Cross cultural differences in matters such as language, etiquette, non-verbal communication, norms and values ​​can, do and will lead to cross cultural blunders.

To illustrate this we have provided a few examples of cross cultural blunders that could have been avoided with appropriate cross cultural awareness training:

An American oil rig supervisor in Indonesia shouted at an employee to take a boat to shore. Since it is no-one berates an Indonesian in public, a mob of outraged workers chased the supervisor with axes.

Pepsodent tried to sell its toothpaste in Southeast Asia by emphasizing that it "whitens your teeth." They found out that the local natives chew betel nuts to blacken their teeth which they find attractive.

A company advertised eyeglasses in Thailand by featuring a variety of cute animals wearing glasses. The ad was a poor choice since animals are considered to be a form of low life and no self respecting Thai would wear anything worn by animals.

The soft drink Fresca was being promoted by a saleswoman in Mexico. She was surprised that her sales pitch was blessed with laughter, and later embarrassed when she learned that fresca is slang for "lesbian."

When President George Bush went to Japan with Lee Iacocca and other American business magnates, and directly made explicit and direct demands on Japanese leaders, they violated Japanese etiquette. To the Japanese (who use high context language) it is considered rude and a sign of ignorance or desperation to lower oneself to make direct claims. Some analysts believe it severely harmed the negotiations and confirmed to the Japanese that Americans are barbarians.

A soft drink was introduced into Arab countries with an attractive label that had stars on it – six-pointed stars. The Arabs interpreted this as pro-Israeli and refused to buy it. Another label was printed in ten languages, one of which was Hebrew – again the Arabs did not buy it.

US and British negotiators found themselves at a standstill when the American company proposed that they "table" particular key points. In the US "Tabling a motion" means to not discuss it, while the same phrase in Great Britain means to "bring it to the table for discussion."

In addition to interpersonal cross cultural gaffes, the translation of documents, brochures, advertisements and signs also offers us some comical cross cultural blunders:

Kellogg had to rename its Bran Buds cereal in Sweden when it discovered that the name grossly translated to "burned farmer."

When Pepsico advertised Pepsi in Taiwan with the ad "Come Alive With Pepsi" they had no idea that it would be translated into Chinese as "Pepsi brings your ancestors back from the dead."

American medical containers were distributed in Great Britain and caused quite a stir. The instructions to "Take off top and push in bottom," innocuous to Americans, had very strong sexual connotations to the British.

In Italy, a campaign for Schweppes Tonic Water translated the name into "Schweppes Toilet Water."

In a Belgrade hotel elevator: To move the cabin, push the button for wiping floor. If the cabin should enter more persons, each one should press a number of wiping floor. Driving is then going alphabetically by national order.

In a Yugoslavian hotel: The flattening of underwear with pleasure is the job of the chambermaid.

In a Bangkok dry cleaner's: Drop your trousers here for best results.

In an East African newspaper: A new swimming pool is rapidly taking shape since the contractors have thrown in the bulk of their workers.

Detour sign in Kyushi, Japan: Stop – Drive sideways.

At a Budapest zoo: Please do not feed the animals. If you have any suitable food, give it to the guard on duty.

In conclusion, poor cross cultural awareness has many connecences, some serious others comical. It is imperative that in the global economy cross cultural awareness is seen a necessary investment to avoid such blunders as we have seen above.



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Singapore: Food & Beverage Fair 2017 – Hazelle Coloso reports

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Enjoy Your Food

"The joy you feel is life" Greg Anderson

We enjoy food and we enjoy having meal with friends and family.
Why should we deprive ourselves of such simple pleasures?
I am not ashamed to admit I like to eat and I enjoy the food I eat.
I like to prepare a meal, it is a pleasure to all my senses, the smells in the kitchen are pleasures to my nostrils and the results are a real fever to the palate.

I am not stating my love for food to excite you on the subject of cooking. I am mentioning it because eating should be a delightful experience.

There is no logical reason why there should be so many kinds of fruits, vegetables, grains, and nuts if we were not invited to eat them, enjoy their taste and be grateful for Mother Nature miracles.

I believe the problem is more what we eat and how we eat.

We do not eat anymore mostly fresh fruits and vegetables. We eat too much refined and processed foods. All this refinements and processing strip the nutrients from the food. Most of the goodness of our food is gone.

Raw foods are richer in nutrients, especially organically grown fruits and vegetables. Cooking at high temperature destroy some of the nutrients such as enzymes and vitamins.

I do not believe in diets where you need to count calories and starve yourself. Without you have a power of steel, this is doomed to failure.

It is against human nature, even your body will rebel.

I do not believe in stuffing ourselves either. Food portions should be moderate. Quality food rich in nutrients will satisfy our appetite and will boost our energy.

Crash diets are messing with our metabolism.

This is the largest mistake to avoid if you wish to lose weight.

Our body is very efficient and very sophisticated.
If the body feels that the quantity and the quality of the food we eat is not sufficient for its daily functions, it will automatically adjust itself and the body will presume starvation time has arrived.
Because food is in short supply the body will slow down its metabolism. The body will store fat for lean times. The body will shift to survival mode.
It will use less calories and burn less fat.

You will achieve exactly the opposite result than you hoped for because your body will adapt to the lower food intake. Until proper quantity and quality of food is ateen, the lower calorie diet will become the norm.
Your body will fight back and will not permit any weight loss.

Why are not most diets giving any permanent results?
From my experience diets:

  • Lack the proper nutrients which food should provide to satisfy your hunger and feed your body.
  • Do not address the psychological side of weight loss.
  • Lack self motivation.
  • Do not correct our eating habits.
  • They can be very frustrating.

It should be a holistic approach. It should nourish both our body and our soul. While our body size decreases not only our body size changes but we as a person change as well. It is a body and mind change. It should be a life style change.

We need to fuel our body with proper food.

Our body needs food rich in nutrients, the nutrients that feed our cells, the nutrients that will help heal our body of any deficiency.
We need to enjoy our food and to nourish our body at the same time.

We need a balanced nutrition that avoids refined and processed foods.

We need more fresh vegetables, whole food and grains.

We need food grown without chemicals and pesticides, without hormones and antibiotics.

We need fresh fish rich in omega-3.

We need fresh lean meat, organically grown if possible.

Before starting any weight loss program, it would be wise to visit a health professional and make a few tests to check if you have any nutrients deficiency or any hormone imbalance or any other health issue that could have the reason of your weight gain.



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