Share TagsgastronomygospićLika-Senj CountylikaTastes of Croatian tradition Today in Gospić, a unique project “Tastes of the mountains and the sea” was presented, so 12 restaurants from the Lika-Senj County were awarded the standard of the same name, writes LikaClub.eu”Tastes of the mountain and the sea” are part of the project “Tastes of Croatian tradition” which deals with improving the offer of traditional local dishes in the daily offer of restaurants, networking of standard bearers Tastes of tradition for joint business, educational, promotional and marketing activities.From the area of Lika-Senj County, the project today includes 12 restaurants that have received official labels for their restaurants – Bistro Ribič, Hotel Zvonimir, Catering trade Albatros, Restaurant Maki, Bistro Travel, Restaurant Ana, Restaurant Macola, Rest Zir, Restaurant Ribar , Restaurant No5, Bistro Moby Dick and Restaurant Riva Time, the number has increased to over a hundred restaurants with the sign Tastes of Croatian tradition in Croatia. Lika-Senj County Tourist Board”Starting from the realization that gastronomy is an important part of the identity of individual regions, an increasingly important motive for travel, but also an important element in assessing the overall satisfaction of the guest with a tourist destination, we decided to get involved in this project. The project is aimed at developing the offer of local specialties, culinary recognition, branding and networking of the area, promotion and systematic development of the tourist offer and new tourist products in the field of gastronomy. pointed out the director of the Tourist Board of Lika-Senj County Ivan Radošević.Restaurants that are holders of the “Tastes of the Mountain and the Sea” certificate must have a minimum of two local traditional dishes and six beverage labels in their daily offer, of which at least four are wines. They are marked with a standardized plate with a unique sign and logo with the addition of a local spatial definition. The ultimate goal is the continuity and sustainability of the quality of the offer, achieving excellence and innovation in the use of traditional foods, and ultimately the design of themed restaurants – restaurants with tradition, which will constantly offer more typical local dishes and provide guests with opportunities to actively participate in food preparation.Also, this year the Lika-Senj County Tourist Board launched the Lika-Gastro.com portal, which aims to promote the gastronomic offer of the entire county, and the certification process “Tastes of the mountains and the sea” is just a continuation of the entire project. On one side the scents of the sea, stone, sage, olives and bora, and on the other the smell of grass, hay, forest, fresh summer and harsh winters. On one side the taste of fish, salt, olive oil, rosemary and sage, Pag lamb and on the bora dried prosciutto and cheese, and on the other the taste of fresh milk, cheese base and škripavac, lamb from the spit or under the oven with golden baked potatoes, cabbage and meat, panties, trout, corn and flour and plums, mushrooms and drinking water from a spring.Gastronomy is certainly one of the main assets of Lika-Senj County and it is imperative to offer your authentic dishes in tourism. For more on the gastronomic story of Lika-Senj County, as well as the list of restaurants, events and the Cheese Road, see Lika Gastro.
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union 11, a union representing electrical workers in the Los Angeles area, increased its picketing efforts Monday on Jefferson Boulevard near the construction site of the new Roger and Michele Dedeaux Engemann Student Health Center in response to the USC administration’s decision to employ Bergelectric Corp for construction projects on campus.Benefits · Members of IBEW Local Union 11 picketed against Bergelectric, an electric company often hired by the university. Union workers want better benefits. – Photo courtesy of Kevin NortonIBEW Local Union 11 is accusing Bergelectric, a Los Angeles-based electric contracting company, of not meeting Los Angeles County’s worker health benefit standards.The objective of the picketing is to convince USC to pressure Bergelectric into providing appropriate benefits for its workers, according to Kevin Norton, organizing director and political coordinator for IBEW Local 11.“We [want] to have people out here making good wages and having proper benefits.” Norton said. “We want them to meet area standards like medical insurance for families, while not undermining our ability to have good construction.”Norton said the union will continue to protest until Bergelectric changes its policies.“[Bergelectric] aware of our feelings toward them, and until they meet standards, we are not going to stop protesting,” Norton said.The university is uses Bergelectric for construction projects because of the competitiveness of the electrical company’s contract bid, according to Kristina Raspe, vice president for USC real estate development and asset management.“Several IBEW-affiliated contractors submitted bids that were not as competitive as the non-union bidder, and as a result, the non-union electrical subcontract bidder, Bergelectric, won the contract,” Raspe said in an email. “USC continues to enjoy long-standing and strong relationships with the construction unions in the city, and looks forward to working with them extensively on future projects.”
Facebook Twitter Google+ Skating behind the play on Saturday against Rochester Institute Technology, Syracuse freshman forward Taylor Curtis called for the puck, coming closer to the unguarded net.Still without a defender near her, Curtis gathered a feed from across the ice and easily placed away the first goal of her career.A day after tallying her first point with an assist, Curtis became one of three new goal scorers for Syracuse (11-17-2, 10-5-1 College Hockey Association) last weekend. Curtis joined sophomore defender Allie Olnowich and freshman forward Ronnie Callahan, who both scored the day before.With the additional three scorers from the wins over RIT, Syracuse now has 16 different goal scorers on the season, with Avery as the only player in double-digits. All but two of SU players that have played in every game this season have scored a goal. After scoring one goal over the three-game stretch leading up to SU’s matchups with RIT, the Orange scored 13 in two games.“As an opposing coach, that’s the kiss of death when you hear ‘and their first career goal,’ especially this late in the year,” head coach Paul Flanagan said. “For us, that was a good omen when you have three people get their first career goal.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textCurtis’ assist to Callahan on Friday was more meaningful than just a first for both players. The two played together on a Massachusetts-based club team, the East Coast Wizards, prior to coming to Syracuse.“It’s helped us that we’ve played together before,” Curtis said. “I know we were both thrilled to get our first goals this weekend. It was huge.”In the first game of the two-game series against RIT, six minutes into the third period, Olnowich skated into the offensive zone. With three Tiger defenders standing in front of net, Olnowich decided to try her luck at goal. Firing the puck in the gap between two of the RIT skaters, Olnowich sniped her first career goal into the back of the net.To have young players succeed early in their careers and on the same night was great, junior defender Allie Munroe said.Entering last weekend’s series, the Orange had scored one goal in its past three games. While RIT is much weaker than No. 2 Clarkson, No. 5 Cornell or Mercyhurst, who is currently second in the CHA, the offense’s 13-goal outburst against RIT and the celebration of three new goal-scorers is nothing but a positive sign.“I think it was really important to get the monkey off our back from the last three games,” Flanagan said. “That’s just sports … things are cyclical sometimes within a season.” Comments Published on February 15, 2018 at 12:22 am Contact Adam: [email protected] | @_adamhillman