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    SLOW cookers can create many marvellous things. But have you tried this rainbow fudge which is a surefire win with the kids? 2The fun fudge treats almost look too good to eatCredit: Slow Cooker Recipe Tips The fun recipe, from Acooking shared on Facebook, uses only 4 ingredients. The sweet treat was described as: "Super quick and easy to make so the kids could get involved and all ingredients came from aldi. It’s yummy!" All you need is: 500g cheap white chocolate, 397g of sweetened condensed milk, 15g unsalted butter and 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED These are all available at Aldi for only £1.50 for the chocolate (30p per 100g), 89p for the condensed milk, 45p for the full packet of butter and 65p for the full bottle of vanilla extract. Make sure to have food colouring in your desired shades too Simply put all the ingredients - except for the food colouring - into a slow cooker. Cook the mixture on high for 45 minutes with the...
    KIM Kardashian has been warned by her close friends to "take it slow" with Pete Davidson as he's gained a "heartbreaker" reputation after a slew of past relationships. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was urged by her friends to pursue the relationship but cautiously. 5Kim has been warned to 'take things slow' with Pete DavidsonCredit: Instagram 5Her friends believe he could be a 'heartbreaker'Credit: The Mega Agency Kim, 41, was advised by her friends to date Pete, 27, but to not get "carried away" as the comedian has a long list of previous girlfriends. “One of the first things Kim did was to get her family and friends’ advice, and they all encouraged her to go for it,” a source told Us Weekly. “It’s been very obvious for a while now that she’s been missing some fun and laughter in her life, and of course Pete offers that in abundance.” The insider said that Kim has enjoyed spending time with someone as “witty and laid back” as the SNL star, but that her friends have reminded her to take...
    IT’S safe to say that if you shop at Aldi, you’ll understand that the cashiers are insanely quick. You’ve only just put your items on the conveyor belt and they’re already scanning them through at the speed of light, leaving you fumbling around trying to quickly get everything in your bags. 2A woman has shares her hacks she swears by to keep up with the cashierCredit: uyenthininh/Tiktok Over time, many Aldi shoppers have attempted to come up with ways to keep up with the cashiers, with people avoiding attempting to pack their shopping into bags and instead placing an empty trolley at the end of the till and just throwing everything in. Packing at Aldi is an overwhelming experience, right?! Well, one Aldi shopper took to TikTok to share how she keeps up with the quick-moving staff at the checkouts when paying for her shopping and viewers were left in hysterics. Uyen shared her “moves you should try to keep up with the cashiers when shopping at ALDI”. Posting under ‘uyenthininh’, Uyen swears by her Aldi packing hacks. The video...
    Best Slow Cooker Buying Guide If you still don’t know which slow cooker is best for you, we recommend that you continue reading this buying guide. Here you will find all the tools needed to make a smart purchase. Tips for buying a good slow cooker Slow cookers are very sophisticated appliances, so we must study their characteristics well before buying any model: Size: The size of the pot will not only speak to its ability to cook large amounts of food; also how easy it will be to store it in your kitchen cabinets. You should value it based on the space you have available. Shape: Slow cookers are most commonly round in shape, but there are some models that are oval in shape. So that? To be able to cook large pieces of meat or whole chickens. Top: It’s clear that a slow cooker will need a lid to keep the heat inside. But if you are one of those who likes to observe the state of food at all times, we recommend the transparent covers. Guy:...
    Lis Vega He again showed that beauty and sensuality that he radiates thanks to a video that he shared on his Instagram profile and that was hot enough to leave all his fans craving. This Thursday the 43-year-old actress and singer did her thing by uploading a clip in the one that can be seen walking in slow motion while showing off her rear with a floss bikini that only covers one centimeter, that prominent attribute that has characterized her since the beginning of her career. “I ❤ vegas. Nobody takes away everything that has been danced ???????? #lapoetadelourbano #vuelolibre ???????????? #mylife ”, is the text that accompanies the publication of the also Cuban starlet who left her followers drooling and that in just a few hours has collected more than 15 thousand red hearts. As if that were not enough, Lis Vega also published a couple of photos where she appears posing sitting on the sand tanning her anatomy, sheathed in a tight animal print swimsuit that highlighted her “breasts” and shapely legs. (Swipe to see the postcards)...
    A tongue-in-cheek message outside a western Pennsylvania deli warns drivers of police presence to discourage speeding. Law enforcement has given it a thumbs-up after sharing it on social media. The humorous warning outside PJ's Deli, Catering and Bakery, in Bridgeville, Pennsylvania, reads, 'Slow down... The cop hides behind this sign,' in big, black block letters.  The police department posted a photo of the sign on Facebook last week with laughing and face-palm emojis and the caption, 'Well… I guess the jokes on us!! SMH Good one PJ's Deli!!' The tongue-in-cheek sign is meant as a warning to drivers in Bridgeville near Pittsburgh RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Wisconsin police insist officer WASN'T planting evidence... Minneapolis cop who killed black uncle of woman famed for... Share this article Share Deli owner Pam Wheat told Fox 5 Atlanta that the notice is meant to stop a real problem. 'We see accidents almost daily on our corner because it's a bad intersection, but [the police] do not use my property to hide, so you...
    Coronavirus updates: Fauci says spring could bring return to normal; hospitalizations hit record level SpaceX, NASA aim for historic launch today: Everything to know about Crew-1 Salesforce hired a chief equality officer 4 years ago. Insiders are disappointed with the slow progress. Hello everyone! Welcome to this weekly roundup of Business Insider stories from co-Editor in Chief Matt Turner. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every Sunday. Read on for more on Salesforce insiders saying diversity progress has been slow, former employers claiming a "boys' club" culture at elite law firm Jones Day, and Pfizer's vaccine feat.  © Steve Jennings/Getty Images, Kimberly White/Getty Images (L to R) Tony Prophet, Salesforce chief equality and recruiting officer and Marc Benioff, Salesforce CEO and cofounder Steve Jennings/Getty Images, Kimberly White/Getty Images Hello! I led this email last week with the words: "The nation has decided." A week on, Donald Trump for the first time seemingly admitted he lost the presidential election, tweeting that Joe Biden "won because the election was rigged," as my colleague John L. Dorman reported. Hours later,...
    This, baseball fans, is going to be the strangest offseason in decades.  The levels of uncertainty are unprecedented. Will baseball be able to play a 162-game season in 2021? Will spring training start on a normal timeline? Will fans be allowed in the stands next season and, if so, at what capacity? Will the National League use the designated hitter again in 2021? The list of questions feels endless. The only certainty about that level of uncertainty is this: We are going to see teams default to not spending money, with so many unknowns surrounding 2021 revenue.  “As we approach this offseason, it’s definitely going to require some creativity, some patience and good timing,” Cardinals president of baseball operations John Mozeliak told reporters on a Zoom call last week.  MORE: Why Steve Cohen might not make the Mets instant winners We’ve already seen this behavior, with typically reasonable options declined — two examples: Kolten Wong’s $12.5 million option wasn’t picked up by the Cardinals and Cleveland didn’t want Brad Hand’s $10 million option, even though he was outstanding as the...
    By John Avlon, Michael Warren and Brandon Miller | CNN Shortly after joining the White House as President Donald Trump’s pandemic adviser, Dr. Scott Atlas launched a quiet effort that seemed counterintuitive to some of his colleagues — encouraging officials to limit Covid-19 testing mainly to people experiencing symptoms. Atlas, a neuroradiologist, not an infectious disease expert, strongly supported a decision in August to revise federal guidelines to de-emphasize the need to test people without symptoms, according to two sources familiar with the process. He shared his view with state officials, including Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis and several others in Florida, according to transcripts of public events and accounts from private meetings in that state. During a joint tour on August 31, Atlas and DeSantis urged public health officials in several Florida cities to focus less on universal testing and more on opening the economy and schools. In private and public meetings, according to transcripts and personal accounts, the two spoke in favor of testing people for Covid-19 primarily if they’re experiencing symptoms, a controversial view among epidemiologists. “The purpose of...
    Washington (CNN)Shortly after joining the White House as President Donald Trump's pandemic adviser, Dr. Scott Atlas launched a quiet effort that seemed counterintuitive to some of his colleagues -- encouraging officials to limit Covid-19 testing mainly to people experiencing symptoms.Atlas, a neuroradiologist, not an infectious disease expert, strongly supported a decision in August to revise federal guidelines to de-emphasize the need to test people without symptoms, according to two sources familiar with the process. He shared his view with state officials, including Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis and several others in Florida, according to transcripts of public events and accounts from private meetings in that state. During a joint tour on August 31, Atlas and DeSantis urged public health officials in several Florida cities to focus less on universal testing and more on opening the economy and schools. In private and public meetings, according to transcripts and personal accounts, the two spoke in favor of testing people for Covid-19 primarily if they're experiencing symptoms, a controversial view among epidemiologists.  "The purpose of testing is to stop people from dying," Atlas said during one stop, captured...
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    One of Prince Harry's oldest friends expressed his reservations about Meghan Markle but was 'punished' for giving his advice, a new book claims. Tom 'Skippy' Inskip had been a close friend of the Duke after they met at Eton College, and were for a time inseparable. But according to the upcoming biography, Finding Freedom, Skippy had a falling out with Prince Harry after he shared his 'doubts' about the Duchess before they became engaged. He is believed to have advised Harry and Meghan to live together before 'doing anything more serious.' According to the upcoming biography, Finding Freedom, Tom 'Skippy' Inskip had a falling out with Prince Harry after he shared his 'doubts' about the Duchess before they became engaged. A source close to Duke and Duchess of Sussex told the book's authors that although his advice 'came from a good place,' Prince Harry 'didn’t totally see it that way', according to the Sunday Telegraph. 'It really hurt him that someone he was so close to would not trust his judgment,' added the source, who is believed to have spoken out...
    More than 68,000 new coronavirus cases were reported on Friday in the United States, which broke the countrys record for a third consecutive day, according to Reuters. Utah, Georgia, Montana, North Carolina, Iowa, and Ohio all hit new highs in coronavirus cases Friday. Georgia began reopening before any other state. Now, it has reported 4,904 new cases on Friday, breaking its record from July 2 of 2,886. Atlanta Democratic Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms tested positive for coronavirus earlier this week. She mandated mask-wearing in public Wednesday and has suggested the city may dial back to phase one measures if coronavirus cases continue to climb. Texas reported 9,923 new cases Friday, a day after hitting a record of nearly 11,000 new cases Thursday. In response to the outbreak, GOP Gov. Greg Abbott has closed all bars again and required all Texans to wear masks in public. He also cautioned that more restrictions could be on the way when things "get worse." "This was a very tough decision for me to make," Abbott said during a TV interview. "I made clear that I made this tough decision for one reason: It was our last...
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