Not surprising and considered well deserved by those of us who grew up and lived down the road from Margie farm over the past half century and have witnessed her embracing the cheese making passion. Resulting in her life long dream, a small cheese factory/outlet built several years ago on the farmland where she grew up, just north of Lancaster.Actually it her Lankaaster Aged Loaf that was voted the winner Supreme Global Champion at the Global Cheese Awards in Frome, England, a competition that dates back to 1861.So when news came out that cheese made in the European Union might be coming into Canada as a result of the Harper trade deal, Margie name and company got mentioned repeatedly.But here the question: If Margie Lankaaster Aged goes viral and demand soars, will she get the extra plant quota she would need to produce more of her cheese? Where exactly will it come from? And how will she get it if under so called plant milk allocation policy she would be restricted to an increase of 1% per year of prior quota holdings?Nonsense prevails in this business. But nothing beats the comment from dairy farmer Ron Versteeg, vice president of both Dairy Farmers of Canada and Ontario, the organizations that make these sorts of rules regarding plant milk quotas and access.
It’s been a dramatic few days for the National Rifle Association. In Indianapolis, at its annual conference, NRA president Oliver North announced suddenly that he was stepping aside. CEO Wayne LaPierre had to dodge his own ouster. I love blue shades, and I really love granite or marble textures, so this paper is another one that ranks high on my list of favorites. Although the texture is a little dense, resembling more of a granite pattern, it could also be used for projects in which you want to incorporate a marble look. The light blue shade meshes well with a variety of themes, including baby boy scrapbooks and spring designs..
New Here? Or Don see your post?I have glasses and play pretty frequently. I can only think to explain it like this. You look straight at a target through the lens and there is no distortion you are looking through the glasses the intended way. One of the best ways to understand other cultures is to watch their movies. Not only do you get first hand visual insight into a culture’s aesthetics at any given point from now back to the early 20th century, you also get to hear how other people sound, see their mannerisms, learn their stories, find out what break’s their hearts or what uplifts them. In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage month, Kanopy has created a list of over 50 influential narrative films as well as a separate list of important documentaries.