Source: Bradfords BakersSpooky Spider Halloween DoughnutsBradfords BakersBased in East Kilbride, Bradfords Bakers has geared up for the spooky season with its Halloween Gifts range.Its Spooky Spider Halloween Doughnuts (£12.90/ box of eight) are hand dipped in Belgian chocolate. One in every eight doughnuts features an Oreo biscuit decorated as a spider.For plenty of toil and trouble, consumers can celebrate with the Halloween Witch Chocolate Fudge Cake (£15.90). It features chocolate sponge, chocolate fudge frosting, witch ornament and a chocolate plaque with a personalised edible message.The Ghosts, Witches and Werewolves Cupcakes (£15.90/ box of six) are decorated to resemble ghost, witch and werewolf faces. The ghost and witch variants comprise Madeira sponge and a swirl of frosting, while the werewolf cupcake comprises chocolate sponge and chocolate fudge icing. Source: KonditorBoo Delicious CakeKonditorLondon-based Konditor has unveiled its new Boo range, available to order until 31 October.It features the Skull Splatter Cake, Ghost ‘Boo’ster Cake and Boo Delicious Cake, all from £25.Spooky selections include Halloween Skull Cake & Treats Extravaganza, Halloween Boo Cake & Treats Extravaganza, Halloween Ghost Cake & Treats Extravaganza and Boo Time Treats, at £35 each.For some socially distanced trick-or-treating, its Halloween Brownie Slab (£25) can be shipped to friends within the UK. Other haunted items come in the form of the Boo Jammer Box of 4 (£10) and Blobby Meringue Ghosts (£6.75).The Boo range is available exclusively via the Konditor website. Source: Cutter & SquidgeCookie Monster Halloween BiskieCutter & SquidgeRenowned for its cookie/cake hybrid baby biskies, Cutter & Squidge has unveiled a host of spellbound treats.To dive headfirst into Halloween spirit, consumers can try its Spooky Halloween Cake from £37.50. It comprises chocolate sponge, orange cookie buttercream, chocolate custard, chocolate chip cookie crumbs, chocolate sauce and Madagascan vanilla buttercream.For a spooky twist on the bakery’s popular baby biskies, its Halloween Cookie Monster Halloween Biskie is available from £18.90. Its blue sprinkles, strawberry tongue and dulche de leche centre make for some kooky party food.Its Vegan Black Velvet & Raspberry Loaves Halloween Loaves are available in a tray of ten for £34.50. The chocolate sponge loaves are complete with hand-piped raspberry buttercream and a sprinkle of raspberry pies. Source: PleesecakesSpooktacular Mini’sPleesecakesWhy not get crafty this Halloween? Pleesecakes has rolled out a limited edition No Tricks, All Treats Build Your Own at Home (BYOAH) kit.Consumers can whip up a treat with a ready-made Witches Ashes Oreo biscuit base topped with a frozen chocolate & raspberry Dirt and Blood cheesecake, an Ectoplasm Slime ganache created with white chocolate and green food colouring, and an assortment of sweets and chocolate.At an rsp of £32, the creepy kit is available for nationwide delivery.For something a little less frightening, Spooktacular Mini’s (£7/each) comprise blood orange, Oreo and vanilla flavours. Each cheesecake has an Oreo biscuit base and Raspberry Blood centre.The No Tricks, All Treats cheesecake is available now until 31 October. Meanwhile, its Spooktacular Mini’s are in-store at its flagship Redhill store and Selfridges London from 9 October. They can also be delivered within a 70-mile radius from RH1 Surrey or Selfridges London. Source: TescoSpooky Mini MuffinsTescoThe retailer has burst onto the spooky scene with its new Halloween range, available now.Its Halloween cupcakes (£1.50/two pack) feature chocolate sponge cakes filled with chocolate flavoured sauce, topped with green vanilla flavoured frosting and decorated with a witch hat and pumpkin sugar decoration.Consumers can also enjoy the witching hour with Halloween Iced Ring Doughnuts (£1.20/four pack), topped with orange icing and spooky sprinkles.For bite-sized options, there are Spooky Mini Muffins (£1.50/pack of twelve) which are chocolate and orange.At 60p each, its Halloween Gingerbread biscuits are iced to resemble the iconic Frankenstein’s monster or a mummy. Source: KonditorBoo Delicious CakeBakers and suppliers are looking to ramp up the scare-factor with an array of haunting bakes for Halloween. Pleesecakes, Country Choice and Konditor are among those to roll out a breath of fresh scare with undead biscuits, devilish doughnuts and cursed cakes.Hummingbird Bakery, McVitie’s and Birds Bakery are among those to have already revealed their fright night treats for 2020.Given the social distancing measures in place, many are gearing up for a socially distanced Halloween while still capitalising on the sales opportunity.Here’s our pick of the latest Halloween bakery NPD: Source: Country ChoiceHalloween Gingerbread PumpkinsCountry ChoiceKent-based Country Choice has three new thaw-and-serve Halloween bakes.The Funtime Chocolate Orange Doughnuts contain a sugared chocolate flavouring and orange filling. They’re available in cases of 80, including bags and labels.Its Halloween Gingerbread Pumpkins, meanwhile, have risen from the dead after a relaunch. The 65g ginger-flavoured biscuit features chocolate bean eyes.The supplier’s Spooky Halloween Cupcake is topped with vanilla icing and a chocolate pumpkin. The 85g treat is individually wrapped and comes in cases of 20.
NewsHub 9 May 2019Family First Comment: Far more to worry about than just gummi bears.This shows just how naïve OR misleading the Greens are being around the real risks of cannabis products. #saynopetodopeGreen MP Chlöe Swarbrick has brushed off National’s concerns around cannabis-infused edibles, suggesting most types will likely be banned.National’s drug law reform spokesperson Paula Bennett said cannabis-infused edibles could be “dressed up so they’re appealing to young people and accidental use is of real concern”.Swarbrick wouldn’t confirm cannabis-infused gummy bears would definitely be banned, but said there was consensus among the Greens, Labour and New Zealand First that protecting children and displacing the black market were top priorities.“In line with all of those things, it’s pretty evident that we will be following what other jurisdictions have done in terms of banning or ensuring that we won’t have gummy bears.”Swarbrick said there’s no way with the Government’s “health-based approach” to drug reform that “we would be enabling products that could be argued as targeted towards children”.She said there will be “nothing to glorify the consumption of cannabis” – and actually, “quite the opposite because there will be public education campaigns about the harms”.Swarbrick wouldn’t confirm cannabis-infused gummy bears would definitely be banned, but said there was consensus among the Greens, Labour and New Zealand First that protecting children and displacing the black market were top priorities.“In line with all of those things, it’s pretty evident that we will be following what other jurisdictions have done in terms of banning or ensuring that we won’t have gummy bears.”Swarbrick said there’s no way with the Government’s “health-based approach” to drug reform that “we would be enabling products that could be argued as targeted towards children”.She said there will be “nothing to glorify the consumption of cannabis” – and actually, “quite the opposite because there will be public education campaigns about the harms”.Comparing cannabis-infused lollies to alcohol-soaked lollies, Bennett said: “You’re not going to get absolutely drunk off a couple of vodka-soaked lollies, but you can get absolutely wasted on a few concentrated marijuana [edibles].”READ MORE: https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2019/05/cannabis-gummy-bears-could-be-banned-under-law-reform.html
NEW DELHI, India (Reuters) – A dominant India remained on course for a big first-innings lead after skittling out Bangladesh for a meagre 150 runs, despite some sloppy catching on day one of the opening Test yesterday.The hosts lost opener Rohit Sharma for six in their reply but finished the day on 86-1 with Cheteshwar Pujara and Mayank Agarwal putting on 72 runs for the flourishing second-wicket partnership. Pujara was batting on 43 with seven boundaries. Agarwal was lucky to reach 37 after being dropped in the slip by Imrul Kayes when on 32. Earlier, Mominul Haque won the toss in his first match as Bangladesh’s new Test captain but his decision to bat immediately backfired. India’s three-pronged pace attack exploited the early morning conditions and reduced them to 31-3 at the Holkar Cricket Stadium. After repeatedly beating the tentative bats of both openers, Umesh Yadav drew first blood in the sixth over, getting Imrul caught in the slip for six. Ishant Sharma sent back Shadman Islam in the next over before Mohammed Shami trapped Mohammad Mithun lbw for 13 to wreck the top order. Mominul and Mushfiqur Rahim combined pluck and luck to forge the only 50-plus partnership in the Bangladesh innings. Mominul was on three when he was spilled in the slip by Ajinkya Rahane, otherwise a safe catcher, who had a terrible day, off Ravichandran Ashwin. Mushfiqur was dropped twice, first by Virat Kohli and then by Rahane, who also dropped Mahmudullah off Ashwin. Ashwin spared himself any more heartbreak by bowling out Mominul, who made 37, and Mahmudullah. A much-relieved Rahane, sporting a sheepish smile, ran to congratulate Ashwin after the spinner sent back Mahmudullah. Shami (3-27) dismissed Mushfiqur, who made 43, and Mehidy Hasan Miraz in the last two balls before the tea break but Taijul Islam denied him a hat-trick after tea. “I had to think of the conditions and situation and try to keep my line as tight as possible and stick to my plans,” Shami told broadcaster Star Sports afterwards. “I have been bowling from wide of the crease in the last two years and I once again backed myself.”BANGLADESH 1st inningsShadman Islam c Wriddhiman Saha b Ishant Sharma 6Imrul Kayes c Ajinkya Rahane b Umesh Yadav 6Mominul Haque b Ravichandran Ashwin 37Mohammad Mithun lbw Mohammed Shami 13Mushfiqur Rahim b Mohammed Shami 43Mahmudullah b Ravichandran Ashwin 10Liton Das c Virat Kohli b Ishant Sharma 21Mehidy Hasan lbw Mohammed Shami 0Taijul Islam run-out Ravindra Jadeja 1Abu Jayed not out 7Ebadat Hossain b Umesh Yadav 2Extras: (lb-3, w-1) 4Total: (all out, 58.3 overs) 150Fall of wickets: 1-12, 2-12, 3-31, 4-99, 5-115, 6-140, 7-140, 8-140, 9-148.Bowling: Ishant Sharma 12-6-20-2, Umesh Yadav 14.3-3-47-2, Mohammed Shami 13-5-27-3 (w-1), Ravichandran Ashwin 16-1-43-2, Ravindra Jadeja 3-0-10-0.INDIA 1st inningsMayank Agarwal not out 37Rohit Sharma c Liton Das b Abu Jayed 6Cheteshwar Pujara not out 43Extras: 0Total: (one wkt, 26.0 overs) 86Fall of wickets: 1-14.Bowling: Ebadat Hossain 11-2-32-0, Abu Jayed 8-0-21-1, Taijul Islam 7-0-33-0.
The selector of the football A team of B&H Mehmed Bazdarevic will publish the list of the players he invited for the qualifying matches against Belgium and Andorra on Monday.On the same day, the selector of the young (U21) national team Darko Nestorovic will publish the list for the qualifying match against Kazakhstan.The best BH selection will have a guest appearance in Brussels on September 3rd, while it is to host Andorra in Zenica three days later.The young BH national team is playing against Kazakhstan on September 2nd in Sarajevo.(Source: klix.ba/ photo rtv7)