Organized by Coca-Cola HBC Croatia and the Budi Foodie Foundation, a humanitarian brunch was held in the Pelegrini restaurant in Šibenik, raising funds for the education and professional development of young talents in gastronomy. The Budi Foodie Foundation was founded by Rudolf Štefan, owner and head chef of Pelegrini, a leading Croatian restaurant for years, and recently the holder of a Michelin star, to enable the education and training of young talents in gastronomy and catering. The Foundation provides financial support to talents aged 16 to 26 for training and professional development in the world’s best restaurants and academies, which will contribute to the further development and raising the quality of the Croatian catering offer. “Budi Foodie wants to enable the creation of new generations of top catering professionals. We want to build a positive attitude among young people about gastronomy and hospitality and show them that it is an excellent career choice that allows a dynamic work environment, creative expression, continuous learning and exchange of knowledge and experiences with colleagues from abroad.”, Pointed out Stefan. Marendin in the Pelegrini restaurant started with hard and soft-boiled eggs and prosciutto, followed by a rich sequence of fish dishes – oysters, mussels with leeks and bacon, marinated sardines with vegetables, fish marinade with beans and mussel tart. After that, soup with boiled (boiled) meat, cod on broth, cuttlefish stew, jota, chicken and paprika were served. The marendin is finished with puff pastry and cream of figs and sweet almonds and lemon. September 20.09.2018, XNUMX, SibenikHumanitarian brunch with the Budi Foodie Foundation at the Pelegrin restaurantPhoto: Hrvoje Jelavic / PIXSELLBartender Roman Rabik welcomed Jutrinna in Pelegrini (Cointreau liqueur, coffee and carrot liqueur, sparkling wine), a cocktail inspired by the cult Bellini, and with dessert he perfectly combined gin The Botanist, enhanced with Lika goat cheese Schweppes Citrus Tonic, lemon juice, plum bitter and Hvar carob foam in the Goat on the rocks cocktail.Socially responsible business of Coca-Cola HBC Croatia Coca-Cola HBC Croatia generates a significant part of its revenue in the hospitality and tourism industry, which is why it constantly helps their development. At the same time, in its socially responsible projects, it focuses, among other things, on young people and the development of their skills and talents in order to increase the employability of young people and help them build successful careers.”Cooperation with the Budi Foodie Foundation is a logical step for us because it unites our efforts to contribute to the development of Croatian tourism and help young people in their professional development. The lack of an educated workforce is one of the great threats to the further development of the tourism and hospitality sector, so with this cooperation we want to contribute to solving this problem. Coca-Cola HBC Croatia has a rich and wide knowledge of the catering channel and the most modern world trends and we are happy to share it with our customers and other interested stakeholders, and we will be additionally involved in this area. We are preparing projects that will put our potentials, rich and broad knowledge in the service of better education of young people for their benefit, but also for the benefit of employers in tourism and hospitality.”, Announced Ruža Tomić Fontana, General Manager of Coca-Cola HBC for Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, (CMC) – Fast bowling icon Michael Holding has not held out much hope for the implementation of some of the major recommendations arising from the recent Wehby Governance Report.The 66-year-old, now a well-respected international television analyst, said while he was happy with the review of the governance of West Indies cricket, he was worried the Cricket West Indies (CWI) board of directors would be reticent about adopting the proposals, especially those which threatened their own existence.Holding argued that if directors had the success of West Indies cricket at heart, they would be motivated to put the development of the game before their own well-being.“I have absolutely no problem with the recommendations that are coming from these committees,” Holding said during an interview on i95FM Radio here.“I’ve seen them on so many occasions but my question always is: are they going to be taken on board? Are the board members going to vote for some of [themselves] to stay home?“I doubt it very much because a lot of those people in my opinion are not there to help West Indies cricket; there are there because they think it’s a big deal to be a part of the West Indies cricket board. “If you’re not offering anything, if the board is not functioning as well as it should, you should be able to look at yourself and say ‘listen, we need to change this’. Even if I am one of the people that have to stay home, if this is going to produce something better [that should be the approach].“That’s what they should be there for, to look at things that will produce something better, not to be worried about whether I won’t go to the next meeting or if I won’t be part of the board. “But every time these recommendations come forward I get the impression that’s what people are thinking.”An independent task force, headed by Jamaican businessman Don Wehby, was charged by Cricket West Indies with reviewing the governance structure of the regional body, and recently put forward several proposals aimed at “improving the governance of CWI”.Among the recommendations was a significant downsising of the current CWI board of directors from 18 to 12, and the inclusion of at least two women.In another potential blow to the CWI bureaucracy, the task force also proposed the reduction in the number of CWI committees from 12 to five.The outspoken Holding questioned the rationale of having two directors from each territorial board, pointing out the system did not allow for proper representation to take place.“You have a ridiculous situation – you have two people coming from a region and there’s an issue on which to vote at the board level,” Holding pointed out.“Now if you’re representing Jamaica or Barbados or Trinidad or anywhere, you are supposed to be taking a mandate from the people in your country. You are not supposed to be going in there with your own impressions and your own thoughts and your own thinking about this thing.“Both members are supposed to go to that board meeting and vote for what the mandate is from their board and I know on many occasions you have people that will go to a meeting to vote on an issue and one will vote ‘A’ and one will vote ‘B’. How does that make sense?”CWI president Ricky Skerritt said last week the Wehby Report was currently in the hands of directors and hoped it could be approved and implemented.
Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Holiday overcame a shaky, turnover-plagued start to finish with 24 points and 10 assists. His late heroics included a rebound of his own miss inside the final two minutes, after which he dribbled out to the perimeter and fed an alley-oop lob to Davis.“He missed a lot of bunnies at the start of the game and he didn’t let it take away from his aggressiveness,” Randle said about Holiday. “He just kept going. He made huge shots and plays down the stretch.”The Knicks fell to a fourth straight loss after controlling nearly all but the final six minutes of the game.Hardaway scored 30 points, and Trey Burke had 24 on 10-fo-13 shooting for the Knicks. New York led by as many as 19 points in the first half before losing for the sixth time in seven games.Emmanuel Mudiay added 19 points. The Knicks shot 49 percent (48 of 98) but were outrebounded 54-44 and allowed the Pelicans to snag seven offensive rebounds and score eight second-chance points in the fourth quarter.ADVERTISEMENT Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Kyrie Irving gets season-high 43 points as Celtics overcome Raptors LATEST STORIES View comments Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil MOST READ “It felt like a grind,” Davis said. “Usually when I have those numbers, we’re up 12, 15, 20. … But they were up damn near the whole game. We just had to fight back and I was just trying to do my part.”Julius Randle had 19 points and 11 rebounds, including a crucial put-back of Davis’ missed free throw to make it 124-121 with 1:23 left.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back Chriss“Julius saved me when I missed two free throws at the end,” Davis said. “When I missed (the second one), I kind of put my head down a little bit and I seen a blue jersey flying in. So when he made it, I said, ‘Thank you.’ I don’t know where he came from, but wherever he came from, I appreciate it.”After Tim Hardaway Jr. missed a 3 for the tie, Holiday hit from deep to widen New Orleans’ lead to six with 35 seconds left. Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew New Orleans Pelicans forward Anthony Davis (23) slam dunks in front of New York Knicks center Mitchell Robinson (26) in the first half of an NBA basketball game in New Orleans, Friday, Nov. 16, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)NEW ORLEANS — If not for Anthony Davis’ determination to dominate inside for most of his 40 minutes on the court, the New Orleans Pelicans could have been blown out by the New York Knicks.Davis scored a season-high 43 points and grabbed 17 rebounds, and New Orleans overcame an 11-point, fourth-quarter deficit to beat New York 129-124 on Friday night.ADVERTISEMENT Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college UP NEXTKnicks: Wrap up a three-game trip in Orlando on Sunday night.Pelicans: Host Denver on Saturday night.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title “We just couldn’t come up with those rebounds at the end,” Knicks coach David Fizdale said. “We get them to miss the shot, but we don’t come up with the loose ball. That happened multiple times down the stretch.”TIP-INSKnicks: Kevin Knox and Allonzo Trier each scored 11 points. … Center Mitchell Robinson, who is from the New Orleans suburb of Chalmette, had seven points and seven rebounds in 24 minutes. …Pelicans: Point guard Elfrid Payton returned to the lineup after missing nine games with a sprained right ankle, only to fracture a finger in his left hand after eight minutes on the court. He did not return to the game and missed all three of his shots before his latest injury. … Nikola Mirotic had 12 points and 10 rebounds for New Orleans. … The Pelicans missed 24 of 34 3-point attempts and turned the ball over 15 times. … New Orleans scored 68 points in the paint.SMALL BALLFizdale elected to start the 6-foot-5 Trier in place of 6-9 forward Noah Vonleh on the wing. He said change had more to do with his curiosity about how that smaller lineup would play together than trying to create specific matchups against New Orleans. The Knicks played at a faster pace and surpassed their 106 points-per-game average with nearly eight minutes left. That showing apparently earned the lineup another look, despite the loss.“After tonight I can’t switch this one up,” Fizdale said. “I have to give them a chance to see if they can keep some consistency.”TALL BALLDavis said he and Randle were determined to get into the paint for shots and rebounds late when the Knicks remained with a smaller lineup.“I really hate settling against smaller guys, so I just tried taking it inside, trying to get Julius to do the same thing,” Davis said. “There was nobody who could stop both of us on the inside. We just tried to make an effort to get down low and just punish them.”