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Vivian Anderson


Member since January 20, 2014

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    Tips to keep your food safe while traveling

    What makes summer fun – the picnics, the cookouts, the family reunions, the road trips, the beach vacations – often involves traveling with food.

    It’s a challenge to keep food safe from pesky bacteria that can make people sick and choose dishes that provide maximum flavor.

    We gathered advice from experts well-versed in the art of traveling with food: DeeDee Stovel, a former caterer from Northern California who wrote “Picnic: 125 Recipes with 29 Seasonal Menus,” and two North Carolina authors who have written tailgating cookbooks, Debbie Moose of Raleigh, author of “Fan Fare: A Playbook of Great Recipes for Tailgating or Watching the Game at Home,” and Taylor Mathis of Charlotte, author of “The Southern Tailgating Cookbook.”


    • Follow sanitary practices when preparing food. Wash hands before handling ingredients, especially raw meat. Don’t cut raw meat and vegetables on the same cutting board.

    • Choose ingredients that are safer to eat outdoors in hot weather. Skip mayonnaise-based dressings for salads; try dressings with oil and vinegar or some other acid. Avoid dips and spreads that are heavy on dairy products, such as cream cheese or heavy cream; serve salsa instead.

    • Chill food thoroughly before packing it in a cooler. Stovel said, “Don’t cool (food) in the cooler.”


    • Cold food needs to be kept at 40 degrees or below to prevent bacterial growth. The key, Moose said, is “ice and more i...

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    Onko sinulla tyylikäs mutta kohtuuhintaista majoitusta pricy Norjassa, Ruotsissa tai Tanskassa lowdown? Jaa vinkkisi Scandinavian henkilökunnastaan ja voit voittaa £200 hotellivahvistus

    Pörinä vilkas tai rauhallisesta ja pois kaikki: Kerro suosikki edullinen mutta covetable hotel Skandinaviassa.

    Parhaat vinkit näkyy tulostettuna ensi viikonloppuna matka ja voittaja, valittu mennessä Tom Hall of Lonely Planet, saavat £200 hotellivahvistus, jolloin pysyt tuhansissa paikoissa eri puolilla maailmaa. Lähetä Vinkkejä napsauttamalla sinistä painiketta ja käyttämällä teksti-välilehden kokeilla ja sisältää niin paljon tietoa kuin mahdollista – sijainti, www-osoitteet jne – ja voit lisätä kuvan, jos sinulla on tekijänoikeus sitä, mutta se on tekstiä meidän päätellen! Kärki olisi noin 100 sanaa. Säännöt ja ehdot.

    Sulkee 16 heinäkuuta 2014 6 am GMT

    GuardianWitness on koti Guardian käyttäjien tuottamaa sisältöä. Video, kuvia ja tarinoita ja Selaa uutisia, arvosteluja ja vielä muiden esittämiä luomuksia. Viestit tarkistetaan ennen julkaisemista GuardianWitness ja parhaita paloja ominaisuus Guardian päällä.

    The Corliss Group Tour Packages tips

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    Power of the poster

    The taxi driver left us in a quiet residential area. There were no signs to indicate the existence of the Propaganda Poster Art Centre in Shanghai. We entered a block of flats, walked down long corridors, past front doors and a windowless flight of stairs to a plain wooden door with a tattered handwritten sign on it. The furtiveness of it made it feel illegal. The small museum was packed with more than 5,000 posters which, up to 1979, were a very powerful tool for propaganda.

    The power of the exaggeratedly happy facial features in the early posters and the presence of red-and-black art style, promoting Chairman Mao and the Cultural Revolution in the later ones, were evocative. Photographs showed the posters and political slogans daubed over buildings. It was surreal to be in a secretive, windowless basement in China and actually see and imagine the ways that public opinion had been moulded in former times.

    Judy Langworthy, from Derbyshire, wins a walking holiday with Mickledore

    Creative Corner

    Queenstown, New Zealand – on every street corner it seems there is an opportunity to buy an adventure: rafting, bungee-jumping, zip wire, jetboat - the list seems endless in the macho atmosphere of the adrenalin capital of the world. But turn the corner into Beach Street and at No 45 you find a complete contrast. For this is the gallery of New Zealand’s leading landscape artist, Tim Wilson, who paints the spectacular world of the Southern Alps and Fiordland on a...

  • Beach-in-la-graciosa-cana-008_177_ The Canary Island that tourism forgot, Greece and Portugal set to be this year's star destinations and Cotswolds villages. Why go? A half-hour ferry hop from Lanzarote, this is the Canary isle that tourism forgot. There's just one village, sleepy little Caleta del Sebo, with a smattering of whitewashed houses and sandy lanes (there are no surfaced roads on the island) and in winter the glorious beaches, volcanic peaks and dive sites are virtually empty. What to do There are no "sights" as such: people come here for the sunshine, silence and sense of escape. Take a water taxi or Jeep to the white-sand beaches of Playa de las Conchas or Playa de la Cocina – among the most beautiful in the Canaries – or explore Europe's largest marine reserve on a dive trip ( Where to stay There are no hotels – just a handful of private apartments and simple pensions. Casa Rio in Caleta del Sebo is a bright, well-equipped two-bedroom apartment with sea views from the roof terrace (from €560 per week, Where to eat Cafe Mesón de La Tierra has the best views of the harbour and the menu del día is great value at €7 (00 34 679 955 969). El Girasol (Calle la Popa 2) is the place to go for fresh seafood – the "vieja", or parrotfish, is a local speciality. Insider tip Adrian Fisk, owner of Casa Rio, recommends taking a boat to Playa del Risco on Lanzarote – a long stretch of fine, golden sand that lies under the spectacular cliffs of...

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