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first_imgVermont Butter & Cheese Creamery owners, Bob Reese and Allison Hooper, have been given the 2010 Foodshed Champion Award from the Chefs Collaborative at the second annual Chefs Collaborative National Summit at Bunker Hill Community College in Boston. This award acknowledges a food producer dedicated to working with professionals in this field and who represents principles such as environmentally sustainable farming, human animal husbandry and good partnerships with chefs.The Chefs Collaborative is a nonprofit network of chefs that work to maintain a food system using advocacy, education and collaboration with the food community. This year’s National Summit was called ‘Redefining Our Culinary Traditions.’ It called on culinary professionals and food community members from around the country to share ideas and a vast knowledge in the area of creating a solid food system.Reese and Hooper have worked hard for the past twenty-six years to put together the current network of more than twenty family goat dairy farms throughout Vermont.In their twenty-seventh year of business, Vermont Butter & Cheese Creamery, of Barre, is a leading American creamery making influential, all-natural fresh and aged goat cheeses, crème fraiche, mascarpone, and European-style cultured butter. The creamery provides milk that lives up to its highest standards and is happy to do its part in improving the health of local agriculture.Source: Vermont Butter & Cheese Creamery, October 5, 2010,last_img read more

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first_imgRelatedPosts Rohr lists Musa, Ekong, 23 others for Cote d’Ivoire, Tunisia friendlies Super Eagles soar on FIFA ranking FIFA ranking: Nigeria moves up by two spots, now world 29th Brazil have officially announced the scheduling of a friendly match against the Nigeria Super Eagles on October 13 in Singapore. Shortly after the country’s 2-2 draw with Ukraine in Dnipro, German tactician Gernot Rohr made a request they should at least play another African nation to prepare for November’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers with Benin Republic and Lesotho. “Now it’s time to focus on the Afcon qualifiers. The game against Ukraine has gone and the boys did very well in my opinion. “Next month we have two possible windows and I think it will be good for us to have an African opponent because of the qualifiers in November.” With the Brazil and Nigeria friendly scheduled for October, it is certain the three-time African kings will converge on Asian soil to continue their preparations for the Squirrels. According to a release from the Brazilian Football Confederation, Rohr’s side was picked because they are ranked among the best two teams in Africa and also for their physical football. Three days earlier, coach Tite’s squad will face 2019 Afcon runners-up Senegal at the National Stadium in Singapore. Nigeria lost 3-0 to the South Americans in their last meeting at the National Stadium in Abuja.Tags: Africa Cup of NationsBrazilian Football FederationGernot RohrSuper EaglesTitelast_img read more

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first_imgEx Black Stars player Augustine Arhinful says the Black Satellites players who excelled at this year’s World Youth tournament should not be rushed into the Black Stars team as suggested by some sports analyst.The Black Stars over the years has profited immensely from the progression of players from the junior teams.A recent example is when the team relied heavily on the 2009 U20 World Cup winning squad at the 2010 Nations Cup in Angola with many of them now commanding regular places in the current Black Stars squad.This year’s U20 tournament saw players such as Seidu Salifu, Ebenezer Assifuah and Clifford Aboagye who have been tipped to earn immediate places in the Black Stars team.But Augustine Arhinful thinks these players need more time to mature.“It is always good that after such a major tournament we penciled some players which we perceive to be potentials to play for the Black Stars but I think we should not rush them,” he told Joy sports “I have heard people compare the Adiyiah situation in 2009 to Ebenezer Assifuah so I will advice whoever the Black Stars coach see as a potential player in the future to be integrated into the Black Stars other than that they will go and play one match and if they are not successful the same people who are now calling for their inclusion will pull them down again.“We need to take time with these boys, they are potentials, they are growing up but we need to be very careful in how we push them into the Black Stars team.”last_img read more

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