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Celebration Cake Maker of the Year

first_imgThe Celebration Cake Maker of the Year category is open to everyone, ranging from small cake-making specialists right up to celebration cake suppliers to supermarkets.All you need to do to enter this award is be able to demonstrate your individual skills in this field. What sets you apart from the competition? Tell us, in your entry, why you and your cakes are truly worth celebrating.”As a company with significant heritage and a passion for innovation, it’s always exciting for us to see new and established talent excelling in the industry,” says Nicola Hemming, category judge and applications technologist from Renshaw.”Innovation and excellence are two of our core values and it’s always pleasing to see entrants who share those values. The entries for this particular category are always the most eagerly anticipated and we are always amazed by the fantastic creations and the outstanding skills on display.”Tony Sharpe, MD of Renshaw, who has recently joined the industry, comments: “This is my first year of being involved with the Baking Industry Awards and I feel this is an excellent opportunity for companies to showcase their individual talents. We are extremely proud to sponsor such a vibrant and creative category.”He adds: “It’s a unique opportunity for employers to celebrate the achievements of their colleagues and the rewards for the winner are substantial – both in terms of industry recognition and the prize itself.”Renshaw has been supplying the UK baking industry for over a century, producing marzipan products, and launched its first sugarpaste in the 1950s. Its full product portfolio now includes ready-to-roll icing, caramel, cooking chocolate and jams. Renshaw supplies the manufacturing, wholesale, retail, foodservice and sugarcraft markets.last_img read more

Renowned ‘Running Man’ Killed in Albemarle County Crash

first_imgPeople in Charlottesville, Virginia and surrounding Albemarle County areas are mourning the loss of a legendary local ‘Running Man’ named Phillip Weber.Weber, recognized for long hours spent pounding the pavement and logging miles on local trails, was pronounced dead yesterday morning after being struck by a passing motorist during a routine run on Ivy Road.Police say the investigation into the crash that killed Charlottesville’s beloved ‘Running Man’ is ongoing, but the driver who was operating the 2001 Isuzu Trooper that struck and ultimately killed Weber has not been charged. Heavy fog has been cited as a reason for the accident.According to WVIR NBC29, Weber routinely logged as much as 5,000 miles a year and more than 125,000 miles during the course of his lifetime—a distance equivalent to five trips around the globe.Screen Shot 2015-12-30 at 1.37.31 PMHe lived alone in a residence along Jefferson Park Avenue, but his near constant running habit brought Weber local celebrity status.“It’s ironic because Phillip was probably the most public runner in our local running world, but he had an intensely private personality,” said Mark Lorenzoni, owner of the Ragged Mountain Running shop, himself a well-known figure in the Charlottesville running community.“Myself and others have been watching him run around the area for close to thirty years now. I’ve always been amazed not only by how much he was running, but by the weather conditions that he braved while logging his miles. There were days when it would be twenty degrees, and the ‘Running Man’ was out there in nothing but a pair of shorts.”Billy Catron is Phillip Weber’s brother-in-law. He has been acting as the intermediary between Weber’s family and the media since the story of his death began to rock Charlotteville early Tuesday morning.Screen shot 2015-12-30 at 2.04.41 PM“Philip was largely a solitary man,” Catron said in an email to Blue Ridge Outdoors. “We as his family rarely saw him, but from all the emails and social media messages I have received, it seems that few people knew him well or knew him beyond his ‘Running Man’ persona.”According to Lorenzoni it was  Weber’s private nature that led to the running community’s fascination with him.“He was probably Charlottesville’s most beloved and recognizable running figure, but no one really knew him personally,” he said. “We are all terribly saddened by the loss of the ‘Running Man’ and inspired by the amazing life he lived.”last_img read more

Reds rocked by Hull defeat

first_img The Reds were without the prolific Daniel Sturridge as he began what could be a stint of up to eight weeks on the sidelines after suffering ankle ligament damage in training on Friday. Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers had recalled Victor Moses and Raheem Sterling, the latter making his first start since October 5, but they proved inadequate replacements for Sturridge and Liverpool’s consolation, a first-half equaliser, came from the more reliable source of a Steven Gerrard free-kick. Press Association Hull had gone ahead through Livermore’s first of the season, via another Skrtel deflection, and took a deserved lead when Meyler buried a low shot in the 72nd minute. Rodgers’ side lost all sense of shape as they attempted to retrieve the game and conceded a third when Tom Huddlestone’s off-target effort was nodded home by Skrtel. For Hull, it was a memorable afternoon and a season’s best performance – just the boost required after last week’s defeat to lowly Crystal Palace. Hull had started the day by digesting another round of inflammatory comments from owner Assem Allam. His proposals to rebrand the club as Hull Tigers led to the formation of an opposing “City Till We Die” fans’ group and Allam told a Sunday newspaper that members of it could “die as soon as they want”. With the match just a couple of minutes old supporters in the East Stand gave their response, chanting: “We’re Hull City, we’ll die when we want.” The match itself quickly settled into a pattern of Liverpool going forward and Hull clearing their lines. The Reds forced three corners in the first six minutes, but the hosts stood up well to Gerrard’s delivery. There were hints that Hull were not going to be completely passive, though, Yannick Sagbo and Livermore creating a promising counter-attack in the 14th minute only for Robert Koren to linger too long over a final ball. Nevertheless, it was still a major surprise when Hull went ahead six minutes later. Moses was culpable, giving the ball away to Ahmed Elmohamady when trying to attack from the back and bringing Livermore into the game. He exchanged a quick one-two with Meyler, advanced on goal and saw his 20-yard strike loop past Simon Mignolet via a heavy deflection off Skrtel. Hull’s game plan would surely have been to grit it out until half-time with their lead intact but with 26 minutes gone Curtis Davies felled the advancing Jordan Henderson and offered Liverpool the most inviting of free-kicks. Luis Suarez appeared interested but Gerrard pulled rank. It was a decision he would not regret, bending the ball brilliantly past Allan McGregor after Skrtel pulled away from the wall to create a gap for the shot. The leveller settled Liverpool and both Gerrard and Suarez began to play with greater freedom as they probed Hull for further openings. Yet they did not muster a shot of note between them until the stroke of half-time when Suarez hit an unusually tame effort from Sterling’s clever through ball. Moments earlier Hull winger Robbie Brady was booked for diving as he tumbled in the penalty area despite Lucas Leiva making no apparent contact. Liverpool started the second period shakily, Kolo Toure at times resembling an accident waiting to happen at the back. The impetus was still on them to win the game but Moses and Sterling were offering little cutting edge in support of Suarez. Hull threatened on the hour when Davies headed a Brady free-kick a yard wide of Mignolet’s goal and the momentum began to tilt in the home side’s favour. Huddlestone almost capped an impressive performance with a neat touch and shot from the edge of the area and Hull pressed home their advantage at the next attempt. Meyler was the scorer, driving into the bottom corner after his initial strike was blocked by Toure, but Davies, Sagbo and Livermore all had a hand in the build-up. Just before the goal McGregor made a brave close-range save to deny Moses, a contribution just as vital to the cause. Liverpool went to pieces in the last 15 minutes, frequently leaving themselves exposed as they threw numbers forward. A third goal seemed inevitable and came when Sagbo met a hopeful punt from the back and held the ball up long enough for Huddlestone to arrive in the box. His chance to finally end a long goal drought – and go for the haircut he has promised to have when he next scores – was not taken as his shot looked to be heading well wide until Skrtel intervened and left Mignolet stranded. Liverpool lost ground on table-topping Arsenal as strikes from Jake Livermore and David Meyler, as well as a Martin Skrtel own goal, handed Hull a surprise 3-1 victory at the KC Stadium.last_img read more

Klopp could coach Bayern – Hitzfeld

first_imgOttmar Hitzfeld believes Jurgen Klopp could follow in his footsteps and coach Bayern Munich after leaving Borussia Dortmund.Klopp announced on Wednesday that an agreement had been reached to cancel his contract this summer  after seven years in charge of the club, during which he won two Bundesliga titles and took them to a Champions League final.Several teams are reported to be interested in acquiring the services of the 47-year-old, but Hitzfeld, who coached Dortmund for six years before spending a further seven at Bayern over two spells, believes Klopp should be considered as a candidate for the job at the Allianz Arena should it become available this summer.”Guardiola has a contract just now, but may suddenly say at the end of the season ‘I need a break again’, just as he did at Barcelona,” he told Blick. “If Pep Guardiola wins the treble, one must expect that he might suddenly need a break and then goes away again.”That would be a chain of events that would be fit for Bayern Munich and Jurgen Klopp. I see no problem at all with the idea of Klopp going to Bayern.”A coach is a mercenary. When the door opens at Bayern Munich, he’s sure to be a candidate. And then he would surely have great success with Bayern.” The 66-year-old also named Borussia Monchengladbach boss Lucien Favre a possible Bayern coach in the future.”He is certainly a candidate for top clubs. He is a tactician who can form powerful teams. He would fit Bavaria, as well as other clubs. But I think he should stay a year or two more in Gladbach. The team will continue to evolve.”Basel coach Paulo Sousa has been touted as a possible replacement for Klopp and Hitzfeld believes he would be another great option.”Paulo Sousa has great success in Basel and has the team playing a good pressing game. Sousa is certainly a candidate with which Dortmund will consider.”last_img read more