WhatsApp Email Print Facebook Advertisement Previous articleNo room at the LAW innNext articleCharged with conspiring to commit crimes admin Twitter Linkedin NewsSole with green papaya salad – A taste of Asia….By admin – August 7, 2012 752 A STAPLE of Asian cooking, or at least Asian dishes, the green papaya is a fruit that is a rich source of nutrients and can be used either cooked or raw. In Southeast Asia, it is used predominantly in salads and curries when blended and accompanied by the wonderful herbs and spices of the region. In this dish, I have used the papaya in an accompanying salad to a steamed fish dish that also incorporates the same herbs, fruits and spices.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up WHAT YOU NEEDfor the fish1 fillet of a firm white fish per portion 9sole, hake or cod)4 tiger prawns per portioncoriander1 fresh red chilliJuice of a fresh limeSea salt flakesSmall knob of butterCracked black pepperDash of Thai fish saucefor the saladgreen papaya, peeled and thinly slicedgreen beans, blanched and refreshedpomegranate seedsthinly sliced radishfresh coriandersea saltlime juicedash of groundnut oil1/2 a red onion or shallot thinly sliced50ml of orange juicefor the steamed vegetablesgarlic leaf (available in ethnic stores)tenderstem broccoli, trimmed1 purple aubergine, sliced into chunksdash of olive oilSea salt flakesWHAT TO DOIt may look like a plethora of ingredients but in fact many of them will be store cupboard bar the acquisitions you will make at the Asian supermarkets like the papaya, purple aubergine and garlic leaf. Keep an eye on the Market for many of the fresh ingredients used also.You will be pleased to know that you should be able to turn this exciting dish around in about 20 minutes including preparation and cooking.Invest in a double layer bamboo steamer, a good knife and you will be well on your way to getting a taste of Asia in your kitchen.First, trim the fish and remove the skin if your very kind fish monger has not already obliged.Next, place the fish on some parchment paper and in the first layer of the bamboo steamer and add the prawns, the herbs and seasonings.In the second bamboo layer, add the trimmed vegetables including the broccoli, aubergine and seasonings.Put the fish bamboo layer over a pot of boil water, add the vegetable layer on top and cover with the lid. It should take 8 to 10 minutes to be cooked and meantime you can prepare the salad. Peel the green papaya and thinly slice the white flesh into long strips. Cooked and cool the green beans. Roughly tear the coriander and remove the pomegranate seeds from the fruit and thinly slice the radish and onion.Combine all ingredients for the salad in a bowl and mix thoroughly and allow to stand for a few minutes to allow the flavours develop. Serve with the salad and vegetables.
Pembroke College has beenhome to scholars for over 396years. Philosophy tutor Peter King entered a guilty plea on Thursday, charged with possession of child pornography. Previously a Stipendiary Lecturer at Pembroke, King has since been suspended from his position. It is understood that members of staff were unaware of the investigation into Dr King until his court appearance. Despite terming this hypotheticalcontent “genuinely possible”, Kingconcludes that “child-pornographyis morally wrong.” The paper begins “Academic discussion of pornography is generally restricted to issues arising from the depiction of adults.” “I look at the question of harm to the children involved, the consumers, and society in general, at the question of blame, and at the possibility of a morally acceptable form of child-pornography. A spokesperson for the collegetold Cherwell: “Pembroke was madeaware of the police investigationand charges against Peter King onlythe day before his court appearance. As well as removing King’s staff page and Oxford email address, Pembroke College has offered welfare support to all students, saying they shall provide “fast-track access to the University Counselling Service”. Students who did not study philosophy were told of “a serious situation involving one of the Philosophy tutors” the same day, but not of the details of the case. TW: Child Pornography, sexual abuse Philosophy students, and all members of Pembroke’s JCR and MCR, were informed of the matter in an email this week, in which the college stated King was “expected to plead guilty”. “I argue that child-pornography is a more complex matter, and that generally accepted moral judgements concerning pornography in general have to be revised when children are involved.” King, having completed his Masters and Doctoral qualifications at Brasenose College, went on to teach at Christ Church and Somerville, before joining Pembroke College. According to The Guardian,Oxford Crown Court confirmed thatKing has pleaded guilty to threecounts of producing indecentphotos of a child between 2010 and2018. Production is understood tomean generating copies of digitalmedia. Oxford University did not offer additional comment, but did clarify to Cherwell that Dr King was not employed by the university and held no duties at a faculty level. The College moved swiftly to put in place welfare and counselling arrangements for students and staff, and alternative teaching arrangements and academic support for all affected students.” He was immediately suspended from his employment, pending disciplinary proceedings. King will be sentenced on March19th. In the paper, published in the journal Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, he argues for the existence of a “morally neutral” form of child pornography, which “if it reduces the market for abusive material… might even be morally good”. King’s defence lawyer declinedcomment to The Guardian. “My approach involves an objectivist metaethics and a utilitarian view of practical ethics, and I bring out the advantages of these theories to the consideration of moral issues such as this one.” An email sent out on Thursday read: “We have written today to students of Philosophy regarding a serious situation involving one of the Philosophy tutors. We appreciate that the nature of the charges against him may cause distress to individuals and we want to reach out to anyone who may be particularly affected.” King described his research as relating to “both metaethics and practical ethics”, and in 2008 published a paper entitled “No Plaything: Ethical Issues Concerning Child Pornography”. The college currently houses 375 undergraduates, as well as visiting students on study abroad programs from US and Chinese universities, in addition to more than 283 postgraduates.
Share Sharing is caring! 19 Views no discussions NewsRegional Human rights activist dies by: – December 5, 2011 Share Share Tweet Sonia Pierre who fought discrimination against poor Dominicans of Haitian descent passed away yesterday.SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic, Monday December 5, 2011- Award-winning human rights activist Sonia Pierre has died at the age of 48.She passed away yesterday after complaining of chest pains.Pierre was best known for standing up to discrimination against Dominicans of Haitian descent, which pitted her in an ongoing battle with the Dominican authorities.She was recognized internationally for her struggles and received the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award for her work, an award from Amnesty International in 2003 and the International Women of Courage Award in 2010 from the US State Department.Late Senator Edward Kennedy stated: “With certitude, I can affirm that Sonia is one of the most selfless, courageous and compassionate human beings of my generation. Sonia is very near the top of my list of heroines.”Edwin Paraison, Executive Director of the Zile Foundation, a Haitian group that seeks to improve relations between Haiti and the Dominican Republic described Pierre as a “sister”.“The Haitian community has lost someone who was a huge advocate in the fight for Haitian rights,” Paraison told the Associated Press.Pierre started organizing demonstrations at the age of 13 for workers on sugar cane fields and was subsequently arrested, and threatened with deportation to Haiti.In 1981, she founded the organization, Women’s Movement Dominicano-Haitian (MUDHA), which is dedicated to helping children of Haitians who live and suffer of discrimination in the country.Caribbean 360 News
Syracuse has been voted the Atlantic Coast Conference’s top team in its preseason coaches poll, released Thursday. Additionally, senior attacks Kayla Treanor and Halle Majorana along with senior defender Mallory Vehar were all selected to the preseason All-ACC team.The Orange, reigning ACC tournament champions, received five first-place votes. North Carolina, the 2015 national runner-up, placed second while Notre Dame and Duke ranked third and fourth, respectively. Boston College and Virginia tied for fifth as Louisville and Virginia Tech rounded out the bottom of the poll.Treanor was a Tewaaraton Award finalist last season and is the defending two-time defending ACC Offensive Player of the Year. She notched 91 points in 2015, 60 goals and 31 assists, while leading the ACC with five game-winners. Two of those came in the ACC tournament, where she won MVP after beating Boston College in overtime in the quarterfinals and North Carolina in the championship game.Majorana also record 91 points, though she tallied 55 goals and 36 assists. She scored three goals in the ACC championship win and earned All-ACC first team honors.Vehar was another ACC All-tournament player for the Orange last season when SU beat the No. 4, No. 3 and No. 2 teams in the nation in 96 hours. She led the team in caused turnovers last season with a career-high 27 and finished second for the Orange with 38 ground balls.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on February 4, 2016 at 2:52 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @Sam4TR Related Stories Syracuse faces 3 of last season’s Final 4 teams in 2016 Facebook Twitter Google+