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Good afternoon friends! Hope you enjoyed this weeks show… enjoy the beautiful home made beefburger recipe from the Gateway Chef while celebrating International Tap dance day and National Towel Day!!
For the burger
540g/1lb 3oz minced beef chuck steak
25g/1oz chopped coriander
1 , chopped onion
1 tbsp Dijon mustard
1 free-range egg yolk
1 tbsp olive oil
salt and freshly ground black pepper
4 slices mature Cheddar
4 tbsp mayonnaise
½ , shredded iceberg lettuce
4 rolls ciabatta
1 , sliced red onion
1 , sliced beef tomato
Place all the burger ingredients in a mixing bowl and stir to combine. Using your hands, shape into four equal-sized patties.
Preheat the grill to hot. Cook the burgers under the grill for 15 minutes, or until cooked through, turning once.
Top each burger with a slice of cheese towards the end of the cooking time.
Before serving, mix together the mayonnaise and lettuce. Cut the ciabatta rolls in half and toast under the grill on both sides.
Top the bottom halves of the ciabatta rolls with the lettuce and mayonnaise, followed by a slice of tomato.
Arrange the burger and cheese on top of the ciabatta, followed by a slice of red onion. Top each burger with the other halves of the ciabatta rolls and serve.
National Towel Day
A tribute to Douglas Adams, author of The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy, Towel Daysees fans of the author and the book carrying towels with them to work, to school and as part of their daily activities.
The most important thing that you need to remember in order to celebrate is DON’T PANIC; no matter what the day throws at you, draw comfort from the knowledge that you’re armed with your trusty towel.
Whether you’re a fan of high-tech, circuitry-enhanced towels with more features, bells and whistles than a supercomputer, or if your towel of preference is a simple, old-fashioned fabric hug, all that matters is that your towel never leaves your side.
The wonderful folks over at Lemon.ly have seen fit to celebrate towel day by producing a handy, helpful guide to some of the key ways in which you might consider using it. In truth, we think that this really only scratches the surface, and that if you really want to celebrate properly you’ll come up with a whole range of unique use-cases which others can learn from and put to good use.
International Tap Dance Day
Whether you are an aspiring Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire, or Ginger Rogers, or whether you simply enjoy celebrating dance, Tap Dance Day makes a great annual celebration. Tap Dance Day officially began in 1989 and celebrates the heritage and origins of the dance genre, along with the notable tap dancing greats, including Bill “Bojangles” Robinson, the Mark Brothers, and more.
Some cities have celebratory tap dancing shows and displays to mark the occasion, so, if you want to join in the celebrations, go along and join in the fun. Alternatively, take a beginner tap dancing class, and get your toes tapping. You can approach your local dance studio and encourage them to put on a performance, perhaps recreating a scene from an iconic movie or show. You can even combine the celebration of Tap Dance Day with healthy living and family bonding, getting everyone involved. Make costumes, practice your routine, and amaze and thrill onlookers with your skills.
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