Du pain aux bananes, c’est toujours bon! — Journal Métro

Cette semaine, le pain aux bananes était à l’honneur sur kpourkatrine.com. Parce qu’une tranche de pain aux bananes c’est autant un dessert qu’une collation et que les recettes sont souvent faciles à faire. Ma version de pain aux bananes Pina Colada est évidemment inspirée du cocktail et du soleil! Vous comprendrez dès la première bouchée!!…

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Immature Quebec needs to grow up and get real about oil — Financial Post

The Quebec government has just published its proposed regulations on oil drilling. This 270-page document establishes the “strictest regulatory framework in North America,” according to Energy and Natural Resources Minister Pierre Arcand. These regulations, after consultation, will govern licences and operations for hydrocarbon exploration, production, storage and transport. We can only applaud this desire for…

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Shana Tova Umetuka – 5778

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Shana Tova!

Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, begins tonight, and lasts for 2 days, until sundown on Friday night.  This year, since Rosh Hashana falls on Thursday and Friday, we then run straight into Shabbat, giving us a 3-day festival (so I won’t be online again until Sunday at the earliest).  The Jewish year follows the lunar calendar, and the number counts the number of years since Creation. This year we will mark the beginning of 5778.

To quote from previous Rosh Hashana posts, Rosh Hashana is not marked by great parties and merry-making for the Jewish New Year is also known as the Day of Judgement, the day when all humans are held accountable before Heaven for their good deeds and bad, and their fate for the coming year is decided. A good part of the two days of the festival is spent in emotional and uplifting…

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Remarks by President Trump to the 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly

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Remarks by President Trump to the 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly

United Nations
New York, New York

10:04 A.M. EDT

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Mr. Secretary General, Mr. President, world leaders, and distinguished delegates: Welcome to New York. It is a profound honor to stand here in my home city, as a representative of the American people, to address the people of the world.

As millions of our citizens continue to suffer the effects of the devastating hurricanes that have struck our country, I want to begin by expressing my appreciation to every leader in this room who has offered assistance and aid. The American people are strong and resilient, and they will emerge from these hardships more determined than ever before.

Fortunately, the United States has done very well since Election Day last November 8th. The stock market is at an all-time high — a record. Unemployment is at its lowest level in 16 years, and because of our regulatory and other reforms, we have more people working in the United States today than ever before. Companies are moving back, creating job growth the likes of which our country has not seen in a very long time. And it has just been announced that we will be spending almost $700 billion on our military and defense

https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2017/09/19/remarks-president-trump-72nd-session-united-nations-general-assembly

Remarks by President Trump to the 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly

United Nations
New York, New York

10:04 A.M. EDT

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Mr. Secretary General, Mr. President, world leaders, and distinguished delegates: Welcome to New York. It is a profound honor to stand here in my home city, as a representative of the American people, to address the people of the world.

As millions of our citizens continue to suffer the effects of the devastating hurricanes that have struck our country, I want to begin by expressing my appreciation to every leader in this room who has offered assistance and aid. The American people are strong and resilient, and they will emerge from these hardships more determined than ever before.

Fortunately, the United States has done very well since Election Day last November 8th. The stock market is at an all-time high — a record. Unemployment is at its lowest level in 16 years, and because of our regulatory and other reforms, we have more people working in the United States today than ever before. Companies are moving back, creating job growth the likes of which our country has not seen in a very long time. And it has just been announced that we will be spending almost $700 billion on our military and defense.

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Poll: Iranians Want Economic Reform, More Engagement With Europe — LobeLog

by Derek Davison A new IranPoll survey conducted in August finds that Iranians generally support globalization, want to see economic reform inside Iran, and want to improve their economic ties with Europe in particular. They are concerned, however, that U.S. pressure will cause European companies to think twice about doing business in Iran. The results…

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Rosh Hashana Rant: Stop The Focus on Food — Shiloh Musings

This morning, I posted the following on my facebook page:Am I the only one who can’t psyche myself into RH cooking mode? I hate the focus on food rather than רוח spirit.None of the replies so far got the real gist of my rant. I’m tired of being expected to plan menus and cook. At…

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The Oldest Deli in Montreal

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Without knowing the history of the word, everybody pretty much pronounces “delicatessen” the same way. But one day it hit me: “delicate essen”. I thought it must be some kind of German play-on-words brought over from the old country. As it turns out, I wasn’t too far off. The abbreviated colloquialism “deli” is only about 65 years old, whereas a couple of the restaurants we refer to as delis – at least the ones in Montreal – are closer to 90. The oldest deli in the world predates the word itself, dating back to 18th century Germany. Dallmayr was more of a grocery store, then, and still exists today as a purveyor of gourmet delights and coffee.

The word “delicatessen” is, of course, German, from the late 1800’s, by way of French and Latin. But the food we ordinarily seek out at a deli today is anything but delicate.

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