Les Amandiers

Sugared Almond and Chocolate Dragées (pronounced dra-zhay) are one of the oldest sweets in Europe. They are co mmonly used as Favours (small gifts or tokens given to your guests as a thank you for sharing your special day) for Weddings and other special occasions. Les Amandiers (Almond Trees) was founded by people who are passionate about dragées and its history. We specialise in high quality Sugar Coated Almonds and Chocolate Dragées, which can be purchased to make your own favours, as ready-made favours, gifts and cake toppings.

How to Make a Personal Planner that Rocks

Are you looking for a little instant ease when it comes to kids home for summer vacation? I totally get you. Check out the Summer Survival Guide. It's chock-full of great ideas to organize your summer and enjoy great times with yours kids. Here she is, in all her glory, my new planner. She may not look like much. But, trust me when I say she is a powerhouse just waiting to be unleashed. She holds all my goals, hopes and dreams inside her little pages. I mentioned last week that this is my brain on paper. I take it with me everywhere and always have what I need to keep track of household, family, and writing affairs.

Summer Inspirations

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Learn to Knit on June 18th. Workshop news. Simple baby socks knitted on just two needles The first craft workshop on Thursday June 18th 7. 30pm to 9. 00pm at Winton House in Petersfield High Street will focus on beginners' knitting. Learning to cast on, knit, pearl and cast off. There will be no class the following week as the room is booked by another group for every third Thursday. The second craft workshop on Thursday July 2nd is on felt making. Specifically 'Making a Felt Flower'. Karen Head, who makes the amazing nuno felted scarves in Handmade Happiness will lead this class.

My laptop is hot to the touch, should I be worried?

by Lee Koo (ADMIN) CNET staff/forum admin / November 15, 2013 9:56 AM PST Question: My laptop is hot to the touch, should I be worried? I do hope you can assist me and put my mind at rest. I have MacBook running OS X 10. 8. 5, 2. 4GHz Core 2 Duo, 3GB of RAM. After about 15 mins of use, my laptop gets hot around the area where the the power source plugs in. I recently took it to a technician who says he cleaned the area of dust and all was fine. Mmmmm! Well it still runs hot after being turned on for a while. Should I be concerned? Is this normal for MacBooks or other laptop brands? If this is not the norm, what can be done about it? Because the last thing I want is a fire literally in my hands.

What does Exchange running in a VMDK on NFS datastore look like to the Guest OS?

In response to the recent community post “Support for Exchange Databases running within VMDKs on NFS datastores ”. the co-authors and I have received lots of feedback, of which the vast majority has been constructive and positive. Of the feedback received which does not fall into the categories of constructive and positive, it appears to me as if this is as a result of the issue is not being properly understood for whatever reason/s. So in an attempt to help clear up the issue, I will show exactly what the community post is talking about, with regards to running Exchange in a VMDK on an NFS datastore.

EUSP eBook Store: First SharePoint Title is Now Available

Thank you to everyone for all the encouragement following last week’s newsletter, An Uncertain Future. I can’t tell you the number of people who emailed, commented on the site or tracked me down at SharePoint Saturday DC to tell me how important the site is to them. I am moving forward with the first step of restructuring EUSP by opening the EUSP eBook Store! Read on to see how EUSP Newsletter Subscribers receive 50% discounts on our eBooks. Marc Anderson has agreed to be our first ‘guinea pig’ in this little venture. His series, Unlocking the Mysteries of Data View Web Part XSL Tags.

Paying Checking Account Fees

Thinkstock Yes, it is getting harder to find a free checking account with no strings attached. But there still are banks that offer accounts without fees or minimum-balance requirements -- and some even pay interest. We like the Capital One 360 account and the online-only Ally Bank Interest Checking account these days. See Where to Get Free Checking for more details. . .

4 ways to disaster-proof your data backups

The anniversary of Hurricane Sandy reminds us that businesses can fall victim to the forces of nature. Whether it’s a blaze that burns through your office, or a flash flood that sends water coursing through your server room, disasters can hit at any time, and the most likely casualty is your data. According the U. S. Small Business Administration, 25 percent of businesses never reopen after being hit by a disaster. But you can beat the odds by designing a backup plan that protects against worst-case scenarios. On the data storage front, having a single backup is not sufficient when the survival of your business hangs in the balance, so consider implementing at least two backup strategies.

Embellishing Vintage Textiles: Buttons and Buttonholes

With a little imagination and the skills you have, ordinary details like buttons and buttonholes can become design features. by Jennie Archer Atwood Vintage buttons Pairing vintage buttons with vintage textiles is a natural combination. And whether you are using old or new fabric, adding vintage buttons to something you have purchased or made gives it a personal touch. Consider how the button affects the design, but choose what you like, and don't worry if the era or style of the button is different from that of your fabric. If you do not have the exact size and number of buttons the pattern calls for, adjust for size, eliminate a buttonhole, and reposition the others.

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