Bakers across the country will be taking part in The Real Bread Campaign’s annual celebration of genuine sourdough.Returning for its seventh year, Sourdough September highlights “the alchemy of crafting flour, water and salt into bread”.Bakers are encouraged to share their sourdough and sourdough-related activities using #SourdoughSeptember.New for 2019, The Real Bread Campaign is encouraging novices to post their #sourdoughnewbie pics, and everyone to share their #sourdoughsandwich shots.“At its simplest, genuine sourdough is made using just three ingredients,” stated the campaign.“From these, novice home bakers and true artisans alike can nurture the yeasts and bacteria naturally present in flour to foster a thriving sourdough starter culture. It’s this microbial magic that, given sufficient time, makes dough rise.”Among the activities already planned are:One Mile Bakery, Hale: Bread & Beer event exploring the long-standing relationship between brewers and bakersMa Baker, Fulham: Introduction to sourdough classThe Wholesome Weigh, Hitchin: An evening with Jo Bottrill of Jo’s Loaves, featuring her insights into real breadHive Café, Roehampton Ln, London: Sourdough tasting and starter giveaway by Eastsheen Microbakery. What are you doing for Sourdough September?We would love to hear what Britain’s bakers are doing to mark the month. Please let us know by emailing [email protected]
Last night was some history in the making, as the country of Cuba got their first-ever visit by The Rolling Stones. Just days after President Barack Obama promised to end embargoes, the Cuban people got to bask in the glory of true rock and roll. The legendary rockers took to the Ciudad Deportiva de la Habana, where they performed in front of roughly 500,000 enamored fans. As Rolling Stone describes it, “This was no ordinary concert. People hugged and shared looks of disbelief.” The fans were truly appreciative, as the Stones played one of the largest concerts ever on Cuban soil.The band opened with “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” and played so many of their hits through two hours of rockin’ music. They also welcomed out a local choir to start the encore, performing “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” and closing out the show with a song that defines rock music itself: “Satisfaction.”Watch highlights below, courtesy of various news outlets: Setlist: The Rolling Stones at Ciudad Deportiva de la Habana, Havana, Cuba – 3/25/16Set: Jumpin Jack Flash, It’s Only Rock and Roll (But I Like It), Tumbling Dice, Out of Control, All Down the Line, Angie, Paint It Black, Honky Tonk Women, You Got The Silver, Before They Make Me Run, Midnight Rambler, Miss You, Gimme Shelter, Start Me Up, Sympathy For The Devil, Brown SugarEncore: You Can’t Always Get What You Want, (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction [Setlist/quotes from Rolling Stone]
Mali twice came from behind to draw 2-2 with Uganda in the opening Group D games at the African Nations Championship.Uganda skipper Farouk Miya assisted and scored a goal before going off injured at half-time.The Cranes opened the scoring after just 11 minutes when Joseph Ochaya headed home a free kick from Miya.The Eagles drew level 12 minutes later through Sekou Koita, when he fired past Ismail Watenga in the Ugandan goal after a beautiful control in the box.Skipper Miya continued his fine run of form when he scored from the penalty spot minutes before half time.Mali were happy to see the back of Miya who was replaced at half-time after he was taken off injured. The Malians took full advantage and equalised with thirty minutes to go when striker Hamidou Sinayoko managed to get his foot on the ball and divert it into the net from a Mamadou Coulibaly pass.In the other game, Zambia edged out neighbours Zimbabwe 1-0Veteran midfielder Chansa broke the deadlock just before the hour, stretching to convert a beautifully swung free-kick by fellow veteran Chris Katongo.Zambia had more possession and were in control for large portions of the game. Zimbabwe’s clearest chance came just before half-time when Edmore Chirambadare was through one-on-one with the keeper but shot wide from eight yards.It was a first defeat for coach Kalisto Pasuwa with the Zimbabwe team, having a record of three wins and three draws going into the match.The next Group D games are on Saturday as Zimbabwe play Mali and Uganda face Zambia.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports
Former defensive player of Olimpic Nihad Suljević planned to train this morning with FC Velež, however, he did not show up.His coming to Velež was a closed matter, but he informed the sports director of Velež Admir Velegić that he will not move from Sarajevo, and the reasons are of private nature.In an interview to SportSport.ba Suljević said that people from Velež were very kind and professional, but he changed his mind in the last moment, and thanked Velež for being professional.
It’s been obvious from the start of the playoffs the Binghamton Senators enjoy starting on the road.For the second consecutive set the B-Sens stole the first to games of the best of seven AHL Calder Cup Eastern Conference Finals and head home with a two-game lead.Ryan Potulny scored twice and Robin Lehner bounced back from a sub-par Game one to lead Binghamton to a 3-0 win over Charlotte on Friday night.Binghamton, opening the series Thursday with a 7-4 victory, now lead the best-of-seven series 2-0 heading home for Game three Tuesday at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena.In the opening series against Manchester, Binghamton split the opening two games on the road.Friday’s win was Binghamton’s eighth in a row on the road, one shy of the AHL record.In the opener three Binghamton players – including Kaspars Daugavins – tallied a goal and two assists apiece as seven different B-Sens scored.Nelson Minor Hockey grad Geoff Kinrade, logging quality minutes for Binghamton in his second season as a professional, finished the two games a plus-3 — a plus-2 during the opening despite Charlotte scoring four times.SERIES NOTES: The Checkers outshot Binghamton 40-22 during game one, including 17-3 in the second period, and 35-31 in game two. . . . Ryan Potulny had scored 13 times in the playoffs and leads Binghamton in goals and points, with 22.
For the past three decades during the August BC Day weekend, Nelsonites have witnessed people jumping into Kootenay Lake by the hundreds, biking on the North Shore’s Highway 3A before running across and back the Nelson’s BOB (Big Orange Bridge).However after 34 years of the Nelson Cyswog’n’Fun, the race committee has decided to cancel the race.”We would like to thank every volunteer who ever came out early on the long weekend some for all 34 years,” said the message on the trinelson.com website.