Covid 19 Impact on Propane Market Valuation to Surpass US$ 109 Bn by 2027

Global Propane Market is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of ~5% during the forecast period.

ALBANY, NY, USA, September 21, 2020 / — As per a recent report by Transparency Market Research, the global propane market is expected to experience a consistent growth over the period of 2019 to 2027. The report mentions the facts that due to widespread application of propane in numerous petrochemical industries, the market shall witness 5% CAGR in the mentioned period of 2019 to 2027. Moreover, post analysis of the market, the experts at Transparency Market Research states that the global propane market shall bag huge revenue at the end of 2027. They also mention that the market stood strong at US$ 72 bn in 2018. This implies that the market players have huge growth potential and can grow substantially in the projected duration.

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Consumer Safety Drives Maximum Growth

Consumer security is the major factor that is anticipated to propel the growth of global propane market in 2019 to 2027. Since LPD cylinders provide optimum security against leakage that can turn out to be catastrophic if not detected. This is the major advantage that accelerates the use of LPG from 2019 to 2027. As a result of this growing application of LPG cylinders due to their security benefits, the market is projected to grow substantially from 2019 to 2027.

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LPG Consumption’s Growth Drives the Growth of the Market

The global propane market is driven majorly by the growing application of LPG in both commercial and domestic sectors. The LPG cylinders are extensively used in restaurants, homes, and other industries for various purposes. They provide pollution-free, safe and secure combustion. This property of LPG makes them excellent choice for the various purposes like cooking, grilling, and heating in domestic sectors. Moreover, the in industries the commercial LPG is used for cutting metals and in several furnaces. These widespread applications of LPG in domestic and commercial sectors shall boost the growth of market from 2019 to 2027.

Moreover, growing use of propane in electronic industries also boosts the growth of global propane market from 2019 to 2027. For instance, propane is used to manufacture IEDs or Improvised Explosive Devices that can be of great use for the national authorities. This is also a crucial factor that propels the growth of market from 2019 to 2027.

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Government Initiatives to Fuel Asia Pacific’s Growth in Market

Geography is an important segment that the report on global propane market focuses on. According to the experts, Asia Pacific is projected to dominate the dynamics of the market. This is because, governments of countries like India and China have initiated several campaigns that shall boost the application of LPG. These initiatives are the major factors that shall push the domination of Asia Pacific on market to new extents in 2019 to 2027.

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Finding Our Happiness Teachers

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On our journey towards a more happy life, we can learn from others the skills for how to live our lives well. The beautiful, awaken souls can be our teachers.

NEWPORT BEACH, CALIFORNIA, USA, September 20, 2020 / — Have you ever wanted to learn something? Think of anything you’ve had a desire to do well at — piano, lacrosse, cooking, yoga. We can learn just about anything if we have a good teacher who knows the subject well. Like that teacher, we, too, can get good at things.

Years ago, my son had an interest in learning the cello. We started to look for someone to teach him, and we found someone locally who was a renowned cellist — someone who had once played for the Queen of England, but who was also willing to teach, and was good at teaching, too, with patience, understanding, and skill.

My son has since abandoned the cello — I hope temporarily, though life often sends us down new and different paths than the one we set out on. But through his teacher, he learned to make beautiful music.

When it is our desire to learn a new skill, we seek out teachers, and it’s really helpful to find the very best teachers we can. Mastering a craft through this kind of tutelage is easiest when three things are in place: passion, a little skill, and excellent instruction. Even if we don’t have that second part, the natural talent, I still think we can get really good at something through emulating our mentors and trying hard — with the more skillful the teacher, the better.

Imagine if Ludwig von Beethoven were your son. Who would you find to be his teacher? Ludwig’s parents found him a good one: Joseph Haydn, fresh off a triumphant voyage to London from Vienna, where both teacher and student resided.

Now, it’s not necessary for your teacher to be one of the greatest practitioners around. You can learn a lot from anyone who knows something you want to learn, providing they’re willing to teach. If someone has something to impart that will help us to reach our goals, we owe it to ourselves to at least ask them about it, but maybe even to form a student-teacher relationship that can get us where we want to be in time.

When it comes to happiness, I really don’t think there’s much difference when it comes to gaining that mindset, which is also a kind of skill. I think we all know people who appear to be naturally happy, but even with these people, there’s a lot of work to cultivating sustained happiness. It is worthwhile to ask them how they do what they do.

Teachers help us to get good at what it is we wish to achieve. It’s possible to reach our goals without them, but that way is far more difficult than picking the brain of someone in the know. If we want to find contentment and happiness in life, we need to find the people who are living life well, and we need to go to them and sit at their feet (figuratively speaking) to listen and learn.

Living a peaceful and happy life isn’t easy, but our happiness people may come from many different places and sources. At this point, you may be wondering where to find them. The good news is that you’ve found this article. I have been studying happy people living contented lives for decades, and I have some valuable information to impart from my years of observations and study. Look at you — you’re already studying! That means you’ve taken a first step, or maybe by now, after reading several of my writings, you’re even further on your way to reaching your life goals.

Our teachers don’t have to be far away or hard to find. Anyone who appears to be happy can tell us how they arrived at the sense of contentment that is clear to everyone who observes them.

To find a happiness teacher, look for those people who are doing life really well.

When I was younger, I was very healthy and fit, and I noticed that many other young people were, too — but I also noticed that people don’t always stay this way. I wanted to stay healthy and active throughout my life, so I decided to ask others how to do so.

Once I was backpacking with a group of people in the High Sierras. We were hiking 12 miles a day with 50-pound packs on our back. On this trip, there were some older hikers who participated right along with the rest of us. Of these, three people were in their 70s and one was in his 80s, and all of them were in great shape.

I asked these older hikers what their secret was to be in good health later in their lives, and they all told me the same thing: they had worked at it and worked at it, all throughout their lives, and as a result, now they could enjoy the kind of vigor that allowed them to pursue literal peak experiences, like a mountain hike.

What I came to understand from talking to these teachers was that I can’t very easily get back in shape when I’m 60. Instead, I need to stay in shape all my life. Their good advice and example have helped me to stay very fit and healthy all my life. These are my teachers, and they’ve helped me to shape my life.

As we navigate through life and we see someone doing well, or doing something we’d like to emulate, we will do well to take notice. Note that it isn’t things we’re looking for as we seek out our happiness models. They may have a beautiful house, a sharp car, or an expensive boat, but these things aren’t what make them happy. Happy people can be found at all walks of life. We should instead be looking at people’s lifestyle or way of living. We’re looking for people whose lives seem to be going very well in a way that makes them visibly contented.

Here’s an exercise to try: The next time you are on an airplane, take a good look at those people who are sitting in business or first class. Do they seem happier? In my experience, they don’t appear to be any happier or sadder than people sitting in coach. What we can buy doesn’t seem to be an actual qualifier of happiness. Happiness is a lifestyle — a way of living — and we’re looking for those teachers who seem to have attained it. These people can be found anywhere.

Another one of my own teachers is a person I used to go hiking with. This woman loved nature, loved the outdoors, and I never once saw her get angry.

I asked her about this, and here is what she told me: “I get angry, but I always pause before I respond to people who make me angry. This allows me to respond in calm instead of anger.”

My teacher found that staying calm was a truer route to happiness than blowing up and venting her anger. She told me that getting into fights takes work, and the results of the work were not conducive to her happiness. Instead, she decided to work at cultivating calm, and this was the work that paid off. What I learned from this teacher was that if I wanted to have contentment, I would need to pause and not always express the feelings I had inside of me.

Another teacher I had was a client of mine. This person was very spiritual, and she asked me, “Do you know that the number one thing we can do to develop our spirituality is meditation?”

At the time, I was an intermittent meditator, and I had learned from Dr. Herbert Benson, the great mind-body connection expert at Harvard University, that the chief benefits of meditation were physical — reducing blood pressure, decreasing anxiety, helping with memory and sleep.

At the time my client mentioned the benefits of meditating, I found that I liked it, but I didn’t make a lot of time for it. I did some looking, and I found out that my client was right, and there were spiritual benefits to meditation, in addition to the physical ones. I dove in with gusto, and I am happy to report that I’ve been meditating regularly for over 30 years.

When I was in my senior year of university, I took a seminar on the psychologist Abraham Maslow. Maslow is considered one of the preeminent American psychologists, and if you have ever heard phrases like “self-actualization” or “peak experiences” (I mentioned this one earlier in this article), then you are familiar with his groundbreaking work.

The fascinating thing about Maslow is that he was a psychologist who did not study pathologies. Instead, he researched the people he found that he considered extremely healthy and he wrote books about them. He studied health. I remember being introduced to his work and thinking that this is what I wanted to do, too. I realized that living a healthy, beautiful life was possible, and I was going to learn everything I could about it. In this way, Maslow was one of my teachers. Learning about him was like being given a ticket to a concert hall and hearing a beautiful melody and deciding the experience was so beautiful and moving that I was going to play it for myself someday.

If you’re reading this article, you have a deep desire to learn about happiness and to find contentment and peace in your life right now. Otherwise, you’d be off doing something else. I can tell you, discovering and cultivating happiness is possible, but it does take some work. I’ve been working at it my whole life, and it has paid off: I am happily living my best life, and I intend to keep doing so.

We have the idea that if people’s lives are going well, they’re just lucky. This isn’t true. I once met Mr. Rogers — Fred Rogers — and his wife, Joanne. Mr. Rogers had a very loving persona on his children’s television show, but anyone who knew him would tell you that he was who he was on TV. He didn’t go home and act differently.

I remember Joanne saying, “You know how he gets this way? He works at it every day.” I was surprised. Mr. Rogers was Mr. Rogers through hard work; he wasn’t born that way. He worked at it, and he worked at it hard.

People like Mr. Rogers do things to ensure that their lives go well. That kind of lovingkindness and contentment are the result of effort and attention. It’s similar to meeting someone who is extremely fit. Guess what? This person is doing things to stay physically fit and healthy, just as we can “work out” to stay emotionally fit and healthy.

Happiness does take effort, but there are a lot of things we can do to make our lives better. As one example, I meditate every day for at least 90 minutes. This is a practice I have taken on, and it’s one that fills me with calm and reassurance. There is a sacrifice of sorts, however. The hour and a half that I spend meditating each day takes away time that I could spend doing other things, but many of those things aren’t good for my soul. Meditation is, so I keep doing it. I make time for it every single day.

Throughout our lives, we’re going to meet people who just shine. If we are wise, we will approach them to find out how they got to that point in life, and then they can be our teachers.

All through history, there have been great thinkers who have lived their lives very well. If we are people of faith, we might look to our faith leaders as teachers. A Buddhist may look to the Buddha’s example; a Christian may think of the life of Christ. There are examples throughout our faith we can emulate. I know that I like to consider the life of St. Francis of Assisi — a beautiful soul who lived simply and close to nature.

Another wonderful example is Ramana Maharshi, a Hindi sage and liberated being, or jivanmukta, who taught that our real nature is happiness. He was a gentle, beautiful soul who loved people, and many would gather around him just to watch him and listen. Even children were fascinated just to look at him.

When we choose a teacher, like any of those I’ve mentioned here, we don’t just learn from them. We learn to be like them. There are so many wonderful teachers throughout history that we can learn from. We just need to listen to our heart and pay close attention to who is drawing us to them. When we hear their story, we can then say, “OK, this is what they did. How can I do that, too?”

One thing I teach over and over is that we can have beautiful lives. It takes focus, attention, and work — but it’s so worthwhile. Why shouldn’t we learn to shine, just as our teachers do?

How do we do that? We must commit to living the life we seek and then never give up. Then maybe someday we’ll be teachers for others in their journey toward peace and happiness.

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Brendan Corkery On Running An Eco-Friendly Restaurant

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Brendan Corkery With Some Help From Eco-Pliant Teaches You How To Run an Eco-Friendly Restaurant.

AURORA, CO, UNITED STATES, September 18, 2020 / — Brendan Corkery Answers The Question: Are Eco-Friendly Restaurants Possible? Eco-friendly restaurants are definitely possible if you make that your mission. Eco-friendly means to have a gentle impact on the ecosystem. It also means that your restaurant is environmentally-friendly. The term is also associated with going "green". Reducing our carbon footprint is something every individual should strive for.

Brendan Corkery Turns To Eco-Pliant For Tips To Share On Running An Eco-Friendly Restaurant. Eco-pliant is a paper straw supply house with environmentally sound practices. They supply restaurants and bars with paper straws to reduce plastic straw use. Brendan Corkery perused their website to learn more about how to stay on top of the carbon footprint of the many restaurants he owns. There are a great many things that you can do to run an eco-friendly restaurant while preserving the environment, as well.

Brendan Corkery Agrees You Should Always Use Energy-efficient Lightbulbs. Make certain to use reusable dishes. Eco-friendly cleaning products are a great solution. Use decorations that have been constructed of recycled materials. Purchase produce in season. Compost your waste materials as opposed to throwing them in the trash. Start a garden at your restaurant. In this way, your restaurant could be self-sufficient in providing produce for menu plans.

Making Your Restaurant Eco-friendly Is Easy According To Brendan Corkery. Before you compost make certain to use all the parts of the produce. For example, you can use the skin of an apple that was made in your restaurant's famous apple pie for a fruit juice. Menu displays should be made from non-paper items. Train your staff on being eco-friendly. Make certain that they follow the eco-friendly guidelines that you have set forth for your restaurant. Reduce water waste by turning off the water when not in use.

Just Who Is Brendan Corkery? Brendan Corkery has a passion for food service and for preserving our environment. He has decided to marry this passion with his profound management and entrepreneurial skills. He has owned several successful local restaurant chains. These chains boast a flair for home-style cooking. Brendan Corkery is always looking for the best local food options to utilize in his homemade recipes. This has been a goldmine for Brendan Corkery.

There Is No Limit To Brendan Corkery And His Culinary Dreams. Brendan Corkery has purchased several struggling restaurant chains and turned them into success stories. He tries to let the restaurant world know that purchasing locally-sourced produce is the way to go. In addition to buying local, Brendan Corkery is a huge proponent for environmentally-friendly food service options. Taking his entrepreneurial skills and uniting them with his food-service passion means limitless possibilities for Brendan Corkery. This is not a solo project. He plans on sharing his vision with the world.

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Milkio cultured organic grass-fed ghee: a smart kitchen staple with loads of health benefits

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Milkio cultured organic grass-fed ghee is high-aroma, zero-lactose dairy that is storage friendly, USDA certified, non-GMO and organic endorsed by BioGro, NZ.

Milkio cultured organic grass-fed ghee is high-aroma, zero-lactose dairy that is storage friendly, USDA certified, non-GMO and organic endorsed by BioGro, NZ. ”

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HAMILTON, AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND, September 19, 2020 / — Cultured grass-fed ghee is a unique dairy product, which contains zero-lactose. No-lactose content makes it ideal for severely dairy sensitive consumers, as they can have cultured ghee to their diet without the risk of food sensitivity. Recently, Milkio Food has introduced cultured organic grass-fed ghee in their product portfolio. Prepared from cultured butter, cultured organic grass-fed ghee contains only lactic acid instead of lactose: as this unique ghee is cooked from cultured butter, the entire lactose of milk gets converted into lactic acid and that makes the cultured ghee more digestion-friendly and 100% risk-free of food sensitivity.

Cultured ghee offers plenty of ghee benefits and it is shelf-friendly too. You can preserve Milkio Organic cultured ghee clarified butter in your kitchen without the support of refrigeration for 12 months from its date of manufacturing.

Milkio Ghee is USDA certified 100% pure, and its high aroma is 100% natural and the premium quality ghee is cooked without chemical preservative and synthetic flavor. Milkio cultured grass-fed ghee is organic and non-GMO officially certified by BioGro New Zealand. Produced in a USFDA approved manufacturing unit. The ghee clarified butter is soothing for the digestive system and it is gut friendly because Milkio ghee contains loads of butyrate. Its higher smoke point is the reason you can count it as a safe cooking oil and a healthy butter substitute.
Milkio cultured organic ghee clarified butter is helpful for natural weight loss. Prepared in pure New Zealand, it is a Keto and Paleo diet friend product.
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Milkio grass-fed ghee is now available in Australia, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Singapore, Thailand, Japan, Chile, Egypt, China, and New Zealand, and in the USA. Besides selling the branded product, Milkio offers private label business and contract manufacturing business facilities for willing enterprises.

Milkio cultured organic grass-fed ghee is the premium in its quality. The world knows how nutritious and health-safe cultured ghee is, which can enhance the taste of your food as well as it can boost immunity. Milkio organic cultured ghee is an example of holistic dairy food with a winning combo of palate and nourishment.

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Steak Pittsburgh-Style On A Charcoal Grill

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DECATUR, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, September 16, 2020 / — If you’re a fan of your steaks cooked rare to medium-rare and haven’t tried a Pittsburgh-style steak, you’re missing out. A prime cut of meat cooked quickly at a high temperature; the outside is given a nice char while the inside remains rare. Since the heat seals in the juices and flavors of the meat, the Pittsburgh-style (sometimes also referred to as black and blue) is perfect for anyone desiring a buttery steak cooked to the rare side.

While many agree on the preparation of the steak, the origins of the Pittsburgh-style vary with local legends. Some claim that the steak originated in the steel mills of Pittsburgh, where steelworkers on their lunch breaks would cook steaks on red hot carbon steel. Due to high temperatures of the cooling carbon steel, the outside of the steak would cook fast, creating a perfect char that was almost burnt, while the inside was left rare.

Other accounts report that the steak was first cooked at the Colony Restaurant in Pittsburgh, which opened in 1958. The story, as confirmed by the restaurant, was that the cook at the time accidentally charred the steak ordered by a customer. When the cook was confronted about his mistake, he claimed that it was served “Pittsburgh-style.”

Even if you’re far from The Steel City, you can still enjoy a Pittsburgh-style steak prepared at home. To do so, you’ll need a steak of your choice (ribeye, NY strip, sirloin or filet), good quality charcoal and a charcoal grill that gets very, very hot (800°-1000° on the cook surface). The grill must have a thick carbon steel sear grate like the one found on the QuadGrill. For best results, the steak should be fresh (never frozen) and tempered (brought up to room temperature before cooking). At least an hour before you plan to cook the steak, coat the outside of the steak with coarse sea salt or kosher salt. Be sure to scrape off the salt before cooking. Since the classic Pittsburgh char can only be achieved with high temperature and an open flame, you'll want to start by lighting a good amount of quality lump charcoal and be sure that the charcoal is burning through and through.

Once the grate is at max temperature, place the steak on the grate (open flames are ok), which will help to seal in the juice and flavor of the steak. Flip the steak frequently until you see the signature charring. Once both sides have been cooked, remove from the grill and let the steak sit for a few minutes. Allowing the steak to rest will allow the juices to redistribute throughout the meat so that it doesn’t all flow out once you cut in. SERVE IT UP!

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New Recipes to Cure Home Cooking Fatigue

Family meals can be delicious and safe.

Recipes are quick, delicious and safe, just in time for National Food Safety Education Month

ARLINGTON, VA, UNITED STATES, September 16, 2020 / — Just when you’ve run out of ideas for easy and tasty meals at home, the non-profit Partnership for Food Safety Education (PFSE) has released new safe recipes and the online safe recipes activity for middle school kids learning at home.

The new Safe Recipe Cookbook features 10 recipes unlike those usually found online. These recipes include food safety prompts — and have been tested for deliciousness and for preparation times of 30 minutes or less.

“COVID-19 has us cooking more at home and also more aware of the importance of hand hygiene to our health,” said Shelley Feist, PFSE executive director. “The Partnership for Food Safety Education is proud to provide weeks’ worth of easy recipes that support your family’s overall good health because they include food safety prompts that, when followed, will reduce your risk of foodborne illness.”

The Safe Recipe Cookbook includes 30-minute meals that were entered in a summer contest by health and food safety communicators, food bloggers, and kids who care about food safety. All recipes entered in the contest were built using the Safe Recipe Style Guide.

Other just-released home food safety items available through The Story of Your Dinner include a short video for parents “Your Baby & Food Safety” — available in English and Spanish — activity sheets for kids, and many other resources to help ensure food safety in your kitchen now and throughout the holiday season.

To help home cooks keep their families healthy this fall, PFSE offers important food safety reminders:

1. Recent research from the USDA shows 97 percent of people fail to properly wash their hands when preparing a meal. This means with soap and water! Before cooking and after handling raw ingredients (such as meat, poultry, eggs and flour), wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds.
2. Rinsing raw poultry (or any raw meat) is not a safety step! Rinsing your chicken or turkey can spread harmful bacteria around your sink, countertops and onto your hands.
3. Always use a food thermometer to ensure meat, poultry and other foods have reached a safe internal temperature. Print this temperature chart to keep handy in your kitchen. (

Here are all of the fun food safety and meal preparation resources (in English and Spanish) from

• Live action video "Your Baby & Food Safety"
• Safe Recipe Cookbook with contest-winning recipes
• Animated video to “Keep a Clean Scene” at home when preparing meals (
• Animated video on the food safety chain of prevention (
• Shareable recipe videos and printable recipe cards (
• Infographic on risks of raw batter/dough and baking food safety (
• Safe Recipe Activity for Middle School Students (
• Activity sheets and coloring placemats for kids ( and

The Story of Your Dinner and the 30-Minute Meals Safe Recipe Contest are supported by Cargill, Costco Wholesale, and the FMI Foundation. For more campaign information and resources, visit

The Partnership for Food Safety Education brings safe recipe preparation straight into your home on a live event "Ready, Set, Cook It Safe!" on September 24, 2020. Register online at

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Stainless Food Steamer Market Analysis Report 2020 by Supply, Demand, Components, Trends, Size, Share and more…

A new market study, titled “Global Stainless Food Steamer Market Professional Survey Report 2019”, has been featured on WiseGuyReports.

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, September 16, 2020 / — Stainless Food Steamer Market

A food steamer or steam cooker is a small kitchen appliance used to cook or prepare various foods with steam heat by means of holding the food in a closed vessel reducing steam escape. This manner of cooking is called steaming. This report studies on the traditional stainless food steamer, not including the electric heated steamers. This report focuses on Stainless Food Steamer volume and value at global level, regional level and company level. From a global perspective, this report represents overall Stainless Food Steamer market size by analyzing historical data and future prospect.

Regionally, this report categorizes the production, apparent consumption, export and import of Stainless Food Steamer in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and India. For each manufacturer covered, this report analyzes their Stainless Food Steamer manufacturing sites, capacity, production, ex-factory price, revenue and market share in global market.

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Karen V. Davison Launches New Scholarship Program

The Karen V. Davison Scholarship Program is dedicated to students who strive to stay creative during the COVID-19 Pandemic

DALLAS, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, September 15, 2020 / — Karen V. Davison recently launched a new scholarship program to help college and university students in Canada and the U.S. The scholarship program will offer one scholarship of $1,000 USD and two additional scholarships valued at $500 USD each.

A Texan through and through, Karen V. Davison is a professional chef and culinary blogger. She has worked as an associate chef, sous chef, and most recently as a head chef at fine dining establishments across the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

As a professional chef and proven creative force in the kitchen, Karen V. Davison launched the new scholarship program with the intention of helping students reach their full academic potential through financial support. The scholarship program is dedicated to students who find creative ways to solve problems at work, school, or in everyday life.

Students in the U.S. or Canada currently enrolled in a Culinary program, Arts program, or Social Sciences program such as History, Anthropology, Sociology, or Political Science are eligible to apply.

Students who are interested in applying for the Karen V. Davison Scholarship Program must submit a 500-word essay answering the following question: “How do you find ways to stay creative amidst the challenges and restrictions posed by the COVID-19 pandemic?” Students must also list their program of choice and explain what they hope to achieve in their career in the future.

Applicants are also required to submit adequate proof of enrolment in order to be eligible.

Applications will be accepted from September 14, 2020 until the deadline date of November 20, 2020.

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Karen V. Davison is a professional chef and culinary blogger from Dallas, Texas. She holds a degree from the Culinary School of Fort Worth. She built up her career by working at various fast food restaurants. Ms. Davison worked as an associate chef and sous chef before obtaining a coveted head chef position at a fine dining restaurant in Dallas. She is now a highly sought-after head chef, lending her expertise and experience to many restaurants in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. As a blogger, she shares her recipes and cooking tips on her website and social media platforms.

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Award-Winning Chef Jeremy Stephens of Galatoires New Orleans Announces Inclusion in S.Pellegrino Young Chef Cookbook

New Orleans Chef Jeremy Stephens accepts award as North America winner of the Acqua Panna Award for Connection in Gastronomy.

Chef Jeremy Stephens Acqua Panna Winner

North America winner of the Acqua Panna Award for Connection in Gastronomy and New Orleans, Chef Jeremy Stephens, has been selected to star in new cookbook

LONDON, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, September 15, 2020 / — S.Pellegrino Young Chef Cookbook Announced to Include Award-Winning Chef Jeremy Stephens of Galatoires New Orleans.

The regional finalists competing for the title of S.Pellegrino Young Chef, plus the young chef winners of the S.Pellegrino Award for Social Responsibility, The Acqua Panna Award for Connection in Gastronomy and The Fine Dining Lovers Food for Thought Award, will all star in an incredible new project for Fine Dining Lovers' readers: a special collection of recipes, collated in a free downloadable digital cookbook from Fine Dining Lovers.

Chef Jeremy Stephens of Galatoires New Orleans and North America winner of the Acqua Panna Award for Connection in Gastronomy is one of the 48 chefs who have developed an exclusive recipe highlighting their passion and giving shape and flavour to the culinary philosophy that is shared by S.Pellegrino Young Chef: sustainability and innovation in haute cuisine.

His dish, Blackened Speckled Trout, Shellfish Sauce Piquant, Crab Fat Popcorn Rice was inspired by the fishing trips chef Jeremy Stephens enjoyed with his family in the waterways of the Gulf of Mexico, where fish like speckled trout and other seafood is abundant in the summertime.

“I can remember my grandmother cooking her version of this dish with whatever fish we caught. It shows how I like to incorporate what’s in peak season and usually relatively common ingredients found in and around our homes,” he says.

The recipe is a reflection on the different possibilities posed by various ingredients, whether they are plants or animals. Stephens is able to celebrate the culture of his childhood home in southern Louisiana by using the ‘blackened technique’ invented by chef Paul Prudhomme.

“He was a huge influence in my youth to tell stories through food. I wanted to honour his contribution but elevate his technique,” he says.

Ryan King, Editor-in-Chief of Fine Dining Lovers, adds “with this project, S.Pellegrino Young Chef and Fine Dining Lovers continues to ensure the visibility of young culinary talent, and support the world of catering, which, now more than ever, needs as much help as possible."

The Grand Final of S.Pellegrino Young Chef Award may have been postponed until 7-8 May, 2021, but the the competition's 48 finalists have not been resting on their laurels. To maintain focus and further develop their skills, the chefs have been busy perfecting mouthwatering recipes for an exciting new project.

For a taste of southern Louisiana, follow Jeremy Stephens' recipe step by step on Fine Dining Lovers website.

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Jet Black Social Club Launches Digital Membership

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Jet Black Social Club

New, Inclusive Social Club Fills the Need for Connecting During Socially Distant Times

We are here to fill a void. People can’t meet in person right now, but they’re still longing for companionship and connection. Jet Black will help facilitate those connections.”

— Sana Akhand, Jet Black Social Club CEO and cofounder

NEW YORK, NY, USA, September 15, 2020 / — A new digital social club has emerged to bring people together during these times of social distancing. Jet Black Social Club, which soft launched August 1, is a one-of-a-kind place to network, socialize, and grow, where all are welcome and being one’s unique self is encouraged. Co-founded by two women from different socioeconomic backgrounds, Jet Black’s mission to unite people from diverse walks of life has been at the forefront since its inception.

The Digital Membership offers a place for ambitious professionals, side-hustlers, artists, and urban-minded individuals to connect. In-site topic sections offer members the chance to connect over books, television, music, food, careers, and recommendations for activities and venues across their home cities.

Digital Members can expect to enjoy perks such as discounts to amazing brands, networking matches, and an array of events such as a monthly book club, virtual cooking classes, workout and wine classes, and DJ live streams. Those looking to grow their network can do so through the in-club matching service. Members fill out a short survey and are matched to fellow members to connect one-on-one, where they are given specially designed icebreaker activities to eliminate that “awkward first meeting” feeling.

“We are here to fill a void,” says Sana Akhand, Jet Black Social Club CEO and cofounder. “People can’t meet in person right now, but they’re still longing for companionship and connection. Jet Black will help facilitate those connections by curating one-on-one coffee chats, small group lunch breaks, and encourage social networking in a way that a dating app or career site like LinkedIn can’t do.”

The Jet Black model also enforces a strict policy that does not suffer fools. Known as “No A-holes Allowed,” Akhand felt the need was larger than ever for a place for people to socialize and feel welcomed. “Other social clubs have an air of exclusivity to them. That makes it difficult for some people to feel they fit in. We wanted to build a space around everyone’s differences, where they were supported and celebrated; all while having fun.”

Our beta testers have already noted great opportunities for networking and socializing on the platform. “Jet Black has already helped me diversify my social circles by connecting me with amazing humans whom I normally wouldn’t meet in my everyday life,” says Jet Black member Nicole Hartmann. “I’ve been able to find new, interesting people to interview for my podcast, learn how to make cocktails with ingredients already in my kitchen and I even learned the benefits of CBD to help with anxiety. I love how there is a little bit of something for all of my different interests.”

Akhand, with the help of co-founder and CMO Jessica Poillucci, built this space to bring people together to network in a non-traditional way, where the bottom line is not “what can you do for me” but rather, “how can we both support each other— the business benefits may come later.”

Starting at just $9.99 a month—less than the price of a drink—you can enjoy all of the perks of Jet Black. To apply for Digital Membership, visit the Jet Black Social Club website. Clubhouse Membership is coming soon upon launch of our flagship location in lower Manhattan.

About Jet Black Social Club:
Our mission is to create a safe place for people from all different backgrounds to feel welcome. We won't tolerate any racism or prejudice of any kind. We embrace everyone's diversity and unique contributions to build a strong community. Our members are curious about people unlike them and want to grow and learn, while having fun! Learn more at

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