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Tips and Recipes for Cooking Grass-Fed Beef 1. Your biggest culprit for tough grass fed beef is overcooking. This beef is made for rare to medium rare cooking. If you like well done beef, then cook your grass fed beef at very low temperatures in a sauce to add moisture. 2. Since grass fed beef is extremely low in fat, coat with virgin olive oil, truffle oil or a favorite light oil for flavor enhancement and easy browning. The oil will, also, prevent drying and sticking. 3. We highly recommend the Jaccard meat tenderizer which uses no chemicals. This tenderizer has won the prestigious Gold Medal presented by Chefs in America and the easiest way to produce a great meal. Plus in literally seconds the Jaccard will tenderize all your meats including grass fed beef, grain feed beef, poultry, veal, venison, pork and lamb. 4. If you don't own a Jaccard meat tenderizer, we recommend marinating your beef before cooking especially lean cuts like NY Strip and Sirloin Steak. Choose a recipe that doesn't mask the delicate flavor of grass fed beef but enhances the moisture content. A favorite marinade using lemon, vinegar, wine, beer or bourbon is a great choice. Some people use their favorite Italian salad dressing. If you choose to use bourbon, beer or vinegar, use slightly less than you would use for grain fed beef. Grass fed beef cooks quicker so the liquor or vinegar won't have as much time to cook off. For safe handling, always marinate in the refrigerator. 5. If you do not have time to marinate and don't own a Jaccard meat tenderizer, just coat your thawed steak with your favorite rub, place on a solid surface, cover with plastic and pound your steak a few times to break down the connective tissue. As an added benefit your favorite rub will be pushed into your grass fed beef. Don't go overboard and flatten your beef unless your recipe calls for it. If you don't have a meat mallet, use a rolling pin or whatever you feel is safe and convenient. 6. Stove top cooking is great for any type of steak . . . including grass fed steak. You have more control over the temperature than on the grill. You can use butter in the final minutes when the heat is low to carry the taste of ...
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Objectives There are two principal objectives for this paper. The first, is to introduce a complete set of Fibonacci levels / values that the serious trader should be using (most traders are only using portions of the reality of Fibonacci in their trading). Secondly, to provide an overview of the various ways Fibonacci reality can be brought to the chartist or technical trader, as again, most traders are under-performing when it comes to the potentiality of Fibonacci-based, technical analysis in their trading. In the end, this should be the one-stop-shop (all things Fibonacci) for the intermediate to advanced trader in regards to Fibonacci in their trading. Please note that I am not going to provide the personal history of Leonardo Pisa Fibonacci (though I find it very interesting and would encourage every trader to investigate such history on their own). I am also not going to discuss seashells, flowers, or bunny counts to illustrate the origin and pervasiveness of Fibonacci in our world. There are other complete and readily found sources for such information. I personally believe the following site will contain more information than one can digest on the topic of Fibonacci … http://www.maths.surrey.ac.uk/hosted-sites/R.Knott/Fibonacci/fibBio.html
College Scholarship Enrollment Form Please submit this completed form to enroll or to report your 2013 sales. To enroll, you must sell at least $2,500 from January 1, 2013 to December 31, 2013. SALE INFORMATION Spring 2013 Face-to-Face Sales (Take Order): $ ______________ Spring 2013 Show & Sell: $ ______________ Fall 2013 Take Order: $ ______________ Fall 2013 Show & Sell: $ ______________ 2013 Online Sales (sell.trails-end.com): $ ______________ 2013 Total Sales $ ____________________ SCOUT INFORMATION (to be completed by Scout) Scout's Full Name: _______________________________________ Qualifying Year: ____________ Birth Date: ______ / ______ / ______ Social Security # (last four digits – for account payout): XXX-XX-___ ___ ___ ___ Street Address ______________________________________________ State: _______ City: _________________________ Zip Code: ______________ Email Address (account balance will be emailed to you): ___________________________________________________ Council Name: _______________________________ Council City & State: ______________________________ COUNCIL APPROVAL (to be completed by Council) Council Popcorn Staff Advisor (print name): ___________________________________________ Council Popcorn Staff Advisor’s Signature: ___________________________________________ You must have your Council Popcorn Staff Advisor's signature to add sales HOW TO ENROLL OR REPORT SALES Please email the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org. Trail’s End does not accept faxes, zipped files, or files over 10MB. This form may be submitted by the Scout or Council. 1. This completed form signed by your Council Popcorn Staff Advisor. 2. A copy of each paper order form used in the spring and/or fall sale. 3. A copy of your online sales report from sell.trails-end.com.
Michigan Competitive Scholarship Fact Sheet Academic Year 2013-14 Description The Michigan Competitive Scholarship program is available to undergraduate students pursuing their first degree at an approved Michigan postsecondary institution. Students must demonstrate both financial need and merit and eligible applicants must achieve a qualifying ACT score prior to entering college. Application Applicants must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students whose FAFSA is received by March 1 will receive priority consideration. Students are encouraged to file their FAFSA on the Web at www.fafsa.gov. Paper forms are available from the Federal Student Aid Information Center by calling 1-800-4FED-AID or a printable version can be accessed on the www.federalstudentaid.ed.gov Web site. The FAFSA allows students to list multiple colleges when filing. Because Student Scholarships and Grants (SSG) does not know which college the student will select, the award is based on the first college listed. Students must file a renewal FAFSA every year to determine possible continued program eligibility. The student is responsible for notifying SSG of a change of address or college choice. Program Limits Awards are restricted to tuition and mandatory fees. Awards may pay a maximum of $630 per academic year at a Michigan public college or university or $1,524 per academic year at a Michigan independent college or university1. Program eligibility ends when a student has received a baccalaureate degree, after completing the equivalent of ten (10) semesters or 15 terms, or when a student has been out of high school over ten years, whichever occurs first. Future awards are subject to available and approved funding.
2013-2014 SCHOLARSHIP GUIDE FOR CONTINUING & GRADUATE STUDENTS Scholarships at Old Dominion University have been established through the generosity of individuals, organizations and corporations to recognize outstanding academic performance and to assist students in pursuing their educational goals. Scholarship awards are based on a variety of criteria. For some awards, eligibility is entirely determined by academic merit or potential. Other requirements might include demonstrated financial need, field of study, state or city residency, graduation from a particular high school or participation in a specific program, organization or activity. Generally, recipients have earned at least a 3.4 grade point average (on a 4.00 scale) and are full-time, degree-seeking students. All first-time freshmen and transfer students will automatically be considered for academic and endowed scholarships based on their admissions application. The majority of scholarships offered to Old Dominion University returning students are based on information already known to the university. The only students who should submit the Form for Continuing Students are Students who have a CHANGE in scholarship eligibility according to the Criteria Checklist; a change in information refers to the data originally given on the admissions application or on subsequent scholarship forms. Please be aware that the criteria on the checklist may also change annually.
The National Center for Learning Disabilities is seeking applicants for the 2013-2014 Anne Ford Scholarship. The Anne Ford Scholarship is a $10,000 ($2,500/year over four years) award granted to a graduating high school senior with a documented learning disability who will be enrolled, in the fall of 2014, in a full-time bachelor’s degree program. The ideal Anne Ford Scholar is a student who: • Articulates his/her LD and clearly demonstrates the importance of self-advocacy • Is committed to completing a four-year college degree and has begun to set realistic career goals • Participates in school and community activities • Has demonstrated academic achievements consistent with college and career goals • Plans to contribute to society in ways that increase opportunities for individuals with LD • Excels as a role model and spokesperson for others who struggle with LD • Demonstrates financial need Eligibility & Selection Criteria To be eligible for the 2013-2014 Anne Ford Scholarship, an applicant must: • Have an overall Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher on a 4 point scale (or equivalent) • Demonstrate financial need • Provide most current documentation of an identified learning disability Please Note: ADD/ADHD alone is not considered a learning disability; eligible candidates must also provide documentation of a specific learning disability. • Be a U.S. Citizen Please Note: If you will be attending a two-year community college, vocational or technical training program, or specialized program for students with LD, you are not eligible to apply for the Anne Ford Scholarship. Please visit our website at www.LD.org for more information on the Allegra Ford Scholarship. “I learn differently than everyone else but I do not allow that to limit how much I am able to learn.” - Macy Olivas, 2009 Anne Ford Scholar http://www.ld.org AFScholarship@ncld.org (888) 575-7373 the anne ford scholarship National Center for Learning Disabilities Mentoring & Outreach Opportunities The Anne Ford Scholar must be willing to mentor future Scholars and act as a role model for individuals with learning disabilities through such activities as public speaking, writing for publications, and engaging in other opportunities made possible through NCLD. Selection Process The Anne Ford Scholarship Committee, comprised of members of NCLD’s Board of Directors, Professional Advisory Board, and distinguished friends, will make the final selection of scholars in Spring 2014. Scholarship Requirements Anne Ford Scholars are required to submit annual updates detailing their progress in school and offering insights about their academic and personal growth. The $10,000 scholarship will be paid in four yearly installments of $2,500. Scholars must submit proof of course registration to receive their first installment. To continue receiving payments, scholars must provide proof of course registration for each ensuing semester and documentation of passing grades (transcripts).
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Remote sensing is the science and the art of obtaining information about an object, area, or phenomenon through the analysis of data acquired by a device that is not contact with the object, area or phenomenon under investigation.(Lillesand and Kiefer, 1994). The images taken are in the form of pixel and the process of changing it into digital images that make sense is known as image classification. It is based on technique that provides information through images. For eg. Land cover further categorized into- forest,water,agriculture etc.