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Recipes and tips for cooking Chocolate and chilli mousse


100g/3½oz milk chocolate, chopped 1 red chilli, chopped 300ml/½ pint double cream, whipped to soft peaks icing sugar, to dust

Preparation method

Place the chocolate into a bowl set over a pan of gently simmering water and heat, stirring occasionally, until melted. Stir in almost all of the chilli. Remove from the heat and leave to cool slightly. Fold the melted chocolate into the whipped cream in a large bowl, then spoon into a serving dish. Chill until needed. To serve, scatter with the reserved chilli and dust with icing sugar.

Grilled salmon, braised cabbage with bacon and onions


4 x 170g/6oz salmon steaks 170g/6oz unsalted butter 2 small red onions, sliced 6 rashers smoked back bacon, sliced thinly 1 small savoy cabbage olive oil salt and freshly ground black pepper For the dressing

2 tbsp grainy mustard ½ lemon, juice only 1 tsp chopped parsley 1 tbsp white wine vinegar

Preparation method

Heat the butter in a large pan until it starts to bubble (but do not brown). Add the onion and sauté for 5 minutes. While the onions and bacon are cooking, cut the cabbage into quarters and shred very thinly. Wash well and drain thoroughly. Brush each side of the salmon with olive oil. Heat a non-stick frying pan, when the pan is hot add the salmon and leave to seal in the pan. Turn over halfway through cooking. Add the cabbage to the bacon and onions and stir. Cover with a tight fitting lid and continue to cook for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. This will ensure the cabbage will absorb the butter and retain moisture. At the end of cooking, season, then serve in a large bowl placing the salmon on top. Combine the dressing mixture with the remaining butter from the pan and spoon around the edge.

Interviews and stories MY Group K-12A When I first came into this class I was a bit afraid because this was a new school and there was new classmates. I haven’t been in a new class ever. At first in my class there was about 34 people studying. but now there is 16 and some of them are going to somewhere else so it is going to be more less than there is right now. At the beginning we had more boys than girls, but for now we have more girls than boys.

My week at school. I usually come to the school at 10:00 AM. I'm always hungry and I'm going to eat as soon as possible. School meals are very tasty. When I have free time, I'll buy some pizza pies . If the weather's nice on outside then most classmates are leaving school, because they are lazy and enjoy the weather. We do not have homework to do and it makes going to school easier. school days are very hard and if i wouldnt have my friend`s to talk to then it would be very boring also.

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Some of my old classmates where in my new class too, so I was afraid about that, because to be with my old classmates in the same class for second time is a little a bit weird. But for now it is nothing for me, I have very good class and we are holding together as much as we can. Some of us are bretty lazy to study, but we help each other to get through to next class.

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Riina Müürsepp`s story

I have born and lived in Valga. I have finished 1 Valga Middleschool and Tartu`s University. By the paper`s I am a geographer and to be precise an geography teacher. Since 1978 I have worked and lived in Pärnu. My first job was in Rääma basic school where I was teacher for 12 years. After that I was Principal in Pärnu`s economy school. Wich evolved into Tartu`s University`s Pärnu`s Colledz. Wich director I was until 2000. In 2000-2005 I worked as an Pärnus vice meer and my primary objectives were city development and planning. Since 2005 I am Pärnu`s Vocational School`s Principal. In my family I have 2 daughter`s and I live at Tori`s parish In a farm where I breed horses and work as an farmer. Story written by Joel-Richard.

Estonia Volley Ball Pärnu VK Bronze One of this season's gold contenders Pärnu VK defeated TTÜ 3:1 in the bronze series and as a result the resort players got the bronze medals. The rematch started off evenly matched, but the long first set was won by the pärnu team 28:26, according to The second set was won by the TTÜ 28:26, but that wasnt enough as the Pärnu team got ahead in the third set with the score 12:25. The evenly matched 4th game was ended by Mihkel Tanila with the score 25:23.

The winning teams player of the game was Siim Põlluäär who scored 20 points, outside hitters Taavet Leppik and Kardo Kõresaar supported with 12 and 11 points. Kõresaar who got the team 7 aces was limited only to 3 today. The best player in the TTÜ team was Mart Tiisaar (25 points, +14). And we saw a great performance from Jaanus Nõmmsalu (14, +8). In addition to the local series and the Schenker league this year, The bronze was the biggest achievement for Pärnu VK, because in the Schenker league they finished 4th and the in the Cup they lost in the quarter finals.

Football MATCH REPORT: CHELSEA 2 PARIS ST-GERMAIN 0 (3-3 ON AGG) Summary A heroic Chelsea performance saw Jose Mourinho's side overturn a 3-1 deficit from the first leg to reach the Champions League semi -finals courtesy of the away goals rule.

Substitute Demba Ba pounced three minutes from time to make it 2-0 on the night after Andre Schurrle had given us the lead in the first half, and we survived a late Paris Saint Germain onslaught to reach the last four of the competition against all the odds. Stamford Bridge has seen some truly unforgettable European nights down the years but this will take some beating for sheer edge-of-theseat drama and tension. Having not been breached for the last eight games at the Bridge, we knew going into the match another clean sheet would give us a great chance to progress, and so it proved. On a night when the whole squad rose to the occasion it would be unfair to single out individiuals; all that matters is that we have progressed, and we can now sit back and await Friday's draw.

Basketball Heat-Grizzlies Preview The Memphis Grizzlies find themselves in the unenviable position of having to make up ground in the late stages of a playoff race, and that task is especially difficult with three of their remaining five opponents all playing for something in terms of the postseason. They may be thankful that this final stretch begins at home. The Grizzlies look to win a 12th straight at FedEx Forum on Wednesday night when they face the Eastern Conference-leading Miami Heat. Memphis' run at home has allowed it to stay within striking distance of the West's final postseason spot, but it has dropped four of six overall after Sunday's 112-92 loss to San Antonio. The Grizzlies (45-32) are in ninth place in the conference, one game back of Phoenix. After this contest, they'll play also-rans Philadelphia and the Los Angeles Lakers before facing the Suns and seventh-place Dallas to end the regular season. Memphis, which ranks third in the league in scoring defense allowing 94.4 points per game, has given up at least 100 in each of its last four defeats. It is 5-20 when opponents reach the century mark. "We've had to work very hard to get back to where we are right now, to even be in this position," said Mike Conley, who scored 18 points against the Spurs. "It's the end of the year. Everybody's legs are tired. You're going to hit that wall here and there. We have to fight through it just like every other team." The Grizzlies seemed to show signs of fatigue against San Antonio, as Zach Randolph finished with eight points and six rebounds while Marc Gasol scored six points. They'll look for a better performance against a Miami team that holds a one-half game edge on Indiana for home-court advantage throughout the East playoffs. The Heat (53-24) had won five of six before Tuesday's matchup with Brooklyn, but LeBron James' dunk attempt in the final seconds was blocked by Mason Plumlee in an 88-87 loss. James, who finished with 29 points, 10 rebounds and six assists, thought he was fouled on the final play. "He grabbed my right hand," James said. "He didn't do it on purpose, but he got my right hand." Miami will play three of its next four on the road. It had dropped six of its previous seven away from home before winning its last two. "Every single one of these games, however you want to slice it, however you get to that point, there are plays to be made in the fourth quarter," coach Eric Spoelstra said. "And for whatever reason, they made more plays." The Heat once again were short-handed - Dwyane Wade missed his seventh straight game with a nagging hamstring injury, Udonis Haslem sat out with a stomach virus and Greg Oden nursed a back injury. Miami dropped to 17-9 without Wade, who is day to day. Spoelstra said Wade made a strong effort to play Tuesday, but he and the trainers decided he should sit out as a precaution. Randolph had 25 points and 14 rebounds against Miami on March 21, but the Heat finished the game on a 14-2 run to beat the Grizzlies 91-86 at home.

Miami, though, has dropped four of the last five meetings in Memphis.

Horoscope Horoscope - Daily overview

way through the day. Things are bound to shape up by the time night falls.

Aries 3/21 - 4/19 Capricorn 12/22 - 1/19 It's all about communication today- and you are right in the thick of it all! You may find yourself chatting with total You can't seem to keep your mind on track, try as you might. strangers even if that's far from your typical behavior. Enjoy it! You may be better off just rolling with it and tackling a million little problems as soon as the thought pops up. You can focus tomorrow. Taurus 4/20 - 5/20

Aquarius 1/20 - 2/18

You're way out ahead of the pack -- but try not to get too far out there! You should be able to get quite a lot done without abandoning your friends or colleagues. Pick a good pace.

Your brains make you more attractive than ever, so see if you can find a way to show off what you've got to the right people. Or person -- this could be romantic just as much as professional.

Gemini 5/21 - 6/21

Pisces 2/19 - 3/20

Try to check in with your people today -- by any means necesThis is a great day to embrace the status quo -- even if you're sary. Your energy is best spent in communication, and you usually against it. Sometimes big changes are more trouble should find that it's easier than ever to get your point across. than they're worth, and that is true for you today for sure.

DESERT Since now the scientists have found that in desert no water exsists what so ever. Futher invegestions are in due command.

Cancer 6/22 - 7/22 You're taking risks that you wouldn't have dreamed of just a few weeks or months ago -- so have fun! You're in a good position to change the game if you can push yourself to really go for it! Leo 7/23 - 8/22 You need to speak up today -- you've got plenty of issues that need to be aired, and at least one hot idea that your people need to hear. Your ambitions are closer to reality than ever before! Virgo 8/23 - 9/22 Your logical nature is helping you solve all sorts of problems today but it may alienate someone who is driven by emotion. Try not to let them get the wrong idea -- you do know what you're doing.

SUNFLOWER The essence of life.

Libra 9/23 - 10/22 You need communion today -- so find someone who's on your wavelength and try to get some private time together. Your great energy is sure to help you forge -- or repair -- a connection.

Scorpio 10/23 - 11/21 Something small is all-important today -- so make sure you're paying attention to all the little details. Once you spot the flaw, you can't keep yourself from diving right in to fix it.

Sagittarius 11/22 - 12/21 It's all up to you today -- so make sure that you're ready for action! You are sure to make a real difference as you make your

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ESTONIAN WEATHER WEATHER TODAY Before noon slightly cloudy. In the evening from northwest clouds are thickening and its starting to rain. Southwest, west wind 5-12, on islands and coastal areas in gusts 14-18 m/s, in the evening veering from islands to northwest. Air temperature +4..+15, on coastal areas locally +7째C.

WARNINGS Estonia: Southwest wind on island and coast in gusts 9-14 m/s. Lake of Peipsi: Southwest wind 8-14 m/s.













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