Braces, Good Grain Bakery and The Bake Shed are among the businesses to contribute to a new recipe book being sold to raise funds for NHS Charities Together.The Little Rainbow Book of Recipes features 71 recipes, including vegan, gluten-free and vegetarian options, from UK food and drink brand founders and experts to celebrate 71 years of the NHS.Bakery recipes include a selection of sandwiches by Braces Bakery, a meatless feast pizza by frozen vegan pizza company One Planet Pizza, Welsh cakes by Castle Dairies and gluten-free blueberry muffins by Good Grain Bakery.Organic chocolate company Seed & Bean, meanwhile, provided a recipe for a chocolate espresso banana bread, traybake specialist The Bake Shed offered up a lemon drizzle traybake recipe and pancake company Griddle explained how to make a melt-in-the-middle chocolate sharing pancake.The recipe book has been compiled by creative business specialist Visionary Food Solutions, based in South Wales, and is available via the company’s website, priced at £10. All profits will go to NHS Charities Together, which represents and supports the work of more than 140 member charities.“The Little Rainbow Book of Recipes has been an amazing project to be part of,” said Gareth Hobbs, managing director of Visionary Group.“The fact people have given up their time, when businesses are under so much pressure, to support this initiative made us know we were on to something special. The book has just gone live on pre-order, and it is amazing to see sales coming in already. And, with support from the industry, I’d like to think there will be a sizable donation to NHS Charities Together at the end of this.”Businesses, including bakeries and their suppliers, across the UK have increased their support for the NHS during the Covid-19 pandemic from donations of treats to hospitals, reopening stores to serve frontline staff and donating money from the sale of goods to NHS charities.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Flavor Fav was arrested on Long Island today for marijuana possession after he was caught speeding on the Meadowbrook Parkway.The rapper known as Flavor Flav was arrested for more than a dozen license suspensions and was found with a small amount of marijuana after police caught him speeding on the Meadowbrook State Parkway Thursday morning on the same day of his mother’s funeral, police said.Flavor Flav, whose real name is William Drayton, was allegedly clocked going 79 mph in a 55 mph zone, New York State police said.The 54-year-old Roosevelt native was also driving with 16 suspensions on his license, police said.Flavor Flav, a member of recent Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Public Enemy, was charged with felony aggravated unlicensed operation, but was released on an appearance ticket so he could attend his mother’s funeral.The artist also rose to popularity in the last decade through a series of reality television shows, most notably, Flavor of Love.Flavor Flav, who now lives in Las Vegas, announced the death of his mother through Twitter on New Year’s Eve:Hey everybody I just lost my mother Anna Drayton thismorning newyears eve she passed away and I’m gonna miss her. She lived good a good life— FLAVOR FLAV (@FlavorFlav) December 31, 2013 Thank you to everyone that’s sending me blessings about my Momz ,,, I appreaceate you all of you so much from me and my family FLAVOR FLAV— FLAVOR FLAV (@FlavorFlav) December 31, 2013
The JCD Eagles Jr High Soccer team hosted the Madison Shawe Hilltoppers. The Eagles win 3-1.Scoring for the Eagles: Morgan Sutton 1 goal, 1assist, 3 shot; Jordan Meyer 1 goal, 8 shots; Justin Swinney 1 goal, 1 assist, 2 shots; Kobe Darnold 3 shots; Dylan Swinney 1 shot; Grace Truesdell 1 shot; Caleb Simon 1 shot; Gage Cane 1 shot; and Conner Toops 6 saves.Courtesy of Eagles Coach Larry Hammond.