Jamaican Breadfruit Pudding

first_imgProcedure:Preheat oven to 350°F.In a large bowl, blend grated coconut with juice. Add salt, sugar, vanilla, cinnamon, margarine, and nutmeg and mix thoroughly.Beat eggs in a separate bowl and add to the mixture. Add grated breadfruit and flour, mix thoroughly. Add rum and raisins.Mix all ingredients well.Pour the batter into a greased baking tin and bake for approximately 1 – 1 ¼ hours or until an inserted toothpick comes out clean.Cool and serve. Cover with your favorite glaze.*temperature and length of baking may vary based on the oven. Photo Courtesy of Tweeds Word People may be familiar with, and enjoy traditional bread pudding, but just as delicious if not more so is the Jamaican breadfruit pudding made from the breadfruit. The breadfruit is a Jamaican food staple, that can be eaten boiled, roasted and fried. Now here is the recipe to use the breadfruit to make one of the more delicious puddings in a county already famous for bread, potato and cornmeal puddings.Jamaican PuddingJamaican Breadfruit Pudding RecipeIngredients:1 grated coconut1 tsp salt1 cup sugar1 tsp vanilla1 tsp cinnamon1 tsp nutmeg3/4 cup flour2 cups grated green breadfruit2 eggs1/2 cup raisins3/4 cup dark rum1/4 cup margarinelast_img read more

ProLiga prepares a ‘Decalogue for the sustainability of clubs’ of non-professional football

first_imgAlso, in order to facilitate access to bank financing, request the issuance by the RFEF of a certificate of minimum quantities to enter by the clubs for the different aid programs (Impulso 23, Cantera con Valores, etc), as well as the return by the Mutualidad de futbolistas for all categories of the proportional part of the fees not consumed due to suspension of competitions in the 2019-20 season.Proliga also urges to favor sponsorship with the modification of the current Patronage Law to include as beneficiary entities the clubs, as well as the payment to these of the corresponding percentage of the income derived from sports betting.Further, advocates the creation of a Formative canon and the implementation at the national level of the FIFA Solidarity Mechanism and the inclusion of the Third Division as a beneficiary of Social Security financing for its professional athletes.To save on travel and fan travel costs, asks to take into account the criteria of real proximity in the configuration of the Second B groups, and requests to apply disciplinary measures of grace (waiver of non-serious penalties) and suppression of fees to appeal to the Appeal Committee. The ProLiga association, which represents 237 Second B and Third division clubs, has drawn up a ‘Decalogue for the sustainability of the clubs’ of non-professional football to try to mitigate the crisis that the current coronavirus pandemic will cause.The association has collected, in its meetings by electronic means, “the general opinions” of its affiliates, who are expected to go through “economic difficulties” in the 2020-21 season, and has elaborated the decalogue to try to give them a solution. Thus, it will make it available to the Higher Sports Council (CSD), the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) and the unions of the Spanish Soccer Players (AFE) and ON Soccer players, with whom it will try to “work together in search of the corresponding solutions “.“ProLiga defends the collective rights and interests of its members, which is why it cannot pronounce in favor or against a model to end competitions at the present time, since what benefits a club hurts others. However, ProLiga is legitimized to make proposals that reflect the real concern in the categories we represent, “he said in a statement.Among those ten proposals are the subsidy of the arbitrations, in Second B (already in force), also for the Third Division, Youth Division of Honor and National League or the creation of the status ‘semi-professional athlete’ with a special social security contribution scheme.last_img read more