Print NewsChilli hot chocsBy admin – October 21, 2010 504 Advertisement Previous articleAll Stars – All FarceNext articleChildren’s snack attacks admin Twitter WhatsApp Linkedin Perfect for these colder nights, as winter sets in, this Hot Chocolate is smooth and full of delicious flavours, with a little kick to heat you up!(Serves two chilly people…)Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up WHAT YOU NEED50g Fair-trade chocolate (70% cocoa)1 litre whole milk1/2 tspn chilli flakes1 tablespoon light muscovado sugar1/2 vanilla podWHAT TO DOSplit vanilla pod and scrape out seeds by running a knife along the inside of the pod. Leave aside.Add milk to pan with sugar. Place on a medium heat for 2 – 3mins.Break chocolate into pieces and add to milk along with vanilla and cinnamon. Stir continuously. Reduce to a low heat.Once the chocolate has melted, add chilli flakes and stir.Leave hot chocolate to stand for two minutes to infuse, then strain and serve!For extra loveliness, finish with some whipped cream and a grating of nutmeg.Soya, almond or oat milk are great replacements for vegans or those that are lactose-intolerants. Email Facebook
Those surviving who will cherish Melvin’s memory include his children; Beverly (Robert) Cox of Metamora, James (Karen) Rudisell of St. Leon, Robert Rudisell of West Harrison, Geraldine Walters of Cincinnati, and John (Sheila) Dittly of Forest Park, OH; 14 grandchildren, Heather Jones, Quinn Moeller, Shane Kelley, Jim Rudisell, Rodney Rudisell, John Rudisell, Dave Rudisell, John Dittly Jr., Michele Dittly, Jennifer Rudisell, Kelley Rudisell, Sheri Rudisell, Bobby Rudisell Jr., and Julius Walters, as well as many great grandchildren. Also surviving are siblings, Elvera Vogel, Lillian Halker, Edwin Enderle, Earl Enderle, and Carol Barnhorst. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife Dorothy on February 21, 2014 and siblings, Albert Enderle, Esther Day, Ann Marie Enderle, Norma Manning, and Marie Schlewinsky. Melvin “Mac” Enderle, of Metamora, was born on June 7, 1926 in Cincinnati, Ohio, one of eleven children to John C. and Caroline Straub Enderle. He served his country in the United States Army during World War II. On June 28, 1952 Melvin married Dorothy J. Oser at St. Vincent DePaul Church in Cincinnati. After retiring from Custom Tooling in Cincinnati, he worked for Vohland Nursery in Clarksburg and owned Mac’s Barn in Metamora. Melvin was a life member and former Commander of the VFW Post #9294 – now the Gailey Post #7340; he also was a member of the Bernard Hurst Post #77 American Legion in Brookville, the Metamora Fire Department and St. Michaels Church. On Friday, February 3, 2017 at the age of 90, Melvin passed away at the Cincinnati VA Hospital. Memorial contributions may be directed to St. Michaels Church or to the Veteran’s Services at the Cincinnati VA Hospital. To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Melvin Enderle. Friends may visit with the family on Thursday, February 9, 2017 from 10 a.m. till 12 noon at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville. Rev. John Kamwendo will officiate the funeral service at 12 noon at the funeral home. Entombment at Arlington Memorial Gardens in Cincinnati will follow at 2 p.m. with full military honors.
Asante Kotoko midfielder Larbi Koomson has undergone a successful knee surgery at the Korle Bu Hospital to repair a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament.Koomson had to wait for two weeks before the surgery as the club was trying to raise US$ 7,500 dollars for the surgery.Russia-based Ghana international Mohammed Rabiu contributed US$ 2,000 to help the club defray the cost. He has been ruled out for at least eight months after suffering the horrible injury during training last month in Kumasi. Kotoko acting Chief Executive Officer Opoku Nti in an exclusive chat with Joy Sports noted that Larbi Koomson is responding well to treatment after the surgery“He had a successful operation and he is now responding to treatment, it is a matter of time because time is the best healer, so he will go through this time and then comes rehabilitation so we just have to pray so there won’t be any complications,” Said Opoku Nti “The doctor who did the surgery really helped us, we have paid part of the money and we need to pay the rest but thank God for people like Rabiu Mohammed who donated $2000 to help his friend go through the operation.”