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October 07 2013

stuartneaca291
Tailgating Recipes to Die For
To football fans, fall football Sundays (and Saturdays, for collegefans) have a certain "taste" about them. For some they are full of ooey, gooey, cheesy dips and for others they are packed with spicy wings or barbecued delights. But keeping it fresh on and off the field each week can be a huge hassle.

Homecoming 2011 tailgating and parade

Enter Jane Delaney, tailgate enthusiast, mom, and eMeals founder extraordinaire. For those that aren’t familiar with eMeals, this innovative online tool helps busy, frustrated parents (and by extension, at-home chefs) make mealtime easier. Parents log onto the site and choose a "meal plan" style that fits their family’s tastes and even coincides with their favorite local groceries. Every week, a plan is then sent to their inbox with recipes that are quick, easy, and savory, with ideas for both entrées and sides. The plan even comes with a fully loaded shopping list and deals so you can grab necessary ingredients and go!


Read more: http://www.thedailymeal.com/tailgating-recipes-die/100413 

When tailgating, always bring propane barbecue grills like from here foodfunhappiness.blogspot.com/2013/07/my-review-of-coleman-roadtrip-grill-lxe.html

January 13 2013

stuartneaca291
Kate Upton

Title: Kate Upton piling on Notre Dame too … and the Jets

It's not a good night to be Notre Dame. Not only are the Fighting Irish getting blasted on the field by Alabama in the BCS championship game, they're getting clowned on Twitter too.

Kate Upton knows her sports. She's been on the cover of Sports Illustrated (the swimsuit issue, but still). She's dating Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander. She does the Dougie at NBA games.
read more: http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/ncaaf-dr-saturday/kate-upton-piling-notre-dame-too-jets-041028478--ncaaf.html

November 19 2012

stuartneaca291
Report: NHLPA will not decertify
When the NFL and NBA went through their lockouts last year, one word that came up often with each league’s players’ association was “decertification.” Decertifying the union means disbanding and drastically changing the outlook of negotiations.

According to Larry Brooks of the New York Post, members of the NHLPA did inquire about doing the same at a recent union conference call but had the notion explained and turned down. From Brooks:

"The players were told opting for decertification would not merely represent a legal technicality, it would in fact mean the players would no longer be negotiating as a unified group; indeed, decertification would mean the union would be disbanded.

There was little appetite to adopt that route, though talk of decertification — which presumably would be followed by filing of antitrust action in the U.S and filings in Canada, where labor laws differ throughout the provinces — will inevitably become louder and a more acceptable option for the players if the league continues to stonewall through next month.

The NFL and NBA were able to get through their tough talks and save their seasons after the players’ unions decertified. In both sports’ situations, decertification helped spur talks along."
read more: http://prohockeytalk.nbcsports.com/2012/11/18/report-nhlpa-will-not-decertify/ click here
Tags: sports nhl
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