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Description: The Ancho Chile is a form of dried poblano chile. Normally green and fairly mild, the poblano chile, when ripened turns red and becomes significantly hotter and more flavorful. Most ancho chiles are from the green poblano variety so will usually be mild, but the occasional spicy one comes along. This mild salsa would be great on eggs, tacos, perhaps even enchiladas (although I have not tried that, yet).
4 Ancho Chiles, dried
1 cup orange juice
2 red peppers, roasted and peeled
1 clove garlic
1 teaspoon Salt
?Soak ancho chile peppers in hot water for 15 minutes.
?Place ancho chile peppers, orange juice, bell peppers, garlic and salt in food processor and process for 2 minutes.
?Serve over grilled chicken or fish, even eggs.
?May be served with chips.
You could use a blender if you don’t have a food processor.
Preparation time: 25 minute(s)
Number of servings (yield): 4
As growing interest in ‘green’ and sustainability issues rises, new opportunities will emerge and new careers will be created. Some of the future energy workforce will continue to be involved in the primary energy related industries of oil, gas and coal, particularly as research is pursued to increase their greenness and use efficiency.
The U.S. Department of Energy through its Office for Science has designated several areas where energy changes are occurring and points to several new areas drawing research attention in particular. The European Union has indicated several areas where it foresee’s a need for education and training. These include;
Cleaner energy systems, including renewables
Economic and efficient energy for a competitive Europe
Study of socio-economic aspects of energy within the perspective of
sustainable development (impact on society, the economy and employment)
Pacific Gas and Electric will be offering several classes in 2009 for those interested in learning about energy efficiency. ‘Power to Change’ – as program of Intelligent Energy Europe provides online media for those interested in learning more about energy across Europe. ‘FoundryBench’ is another Intelligent Energy project that aims to help people to learn about benchmarking energy efficiency. Across Europe, industries and companies might decide to acquire Green Building Partner Status. The Center for Energy offers number of educational modules in both renewable and non-renewable energy related areas.
A Careers in Wind Job Board is offered by the American Wind Association. The European Wind Energy Association expects that the number of wind related jobs will double by 2020. Meanwhile Oilcareers has several jobs listed as available on its Energy Job Board.
An increasing amount of work is being conducted in the area of electrical GRIDs and we are likely to see a rise in the number of GRID related positions each step along the way as traditional energy prices rise.
It is important to understand that energy careers follow separated career paths that do not always touch or come together under one entity. Energy production including oil, gas, etc. is more centrally related to exploration, geology and drilling or mining operations. But the distribution side of the equation, apart from production, is more connected to the consumer and where they live, their rate of energy use and working with energy efficiency technologies.
New to the mix are the renewable energy technologies. Wind, wave and solar are wholly new technologies and the production of products (i.e. photovoltaics) involves considerable research. The entire area of GRID networks based on renewable energies is a growth area involving new approaches for producing and distributing energy.
So called ‘green’ technologies and sustainability issues will necessarily collapse the production and distribution sides together because they necessitate an understanding of production against energy utilisation. Very few people are trained for understanding and developing solutions that can handle this change. Subsequently, new education programs which provide for more holistic training and education in sustainable energys systems are poised to become highly in demand.
Clearly a need exists to develop suitable education and training materials that can look at energy through different approachs, both technologically and conceptually.
When I was a young man filling in medical forms I would write “Usual childhood diseases”. It meant, in my case, measles, whooping cough, diphtheria, chicken pox and probably a couple more that no one has bothered about, like influenza. Everyone wrote “Usual childhood diseases” in their forms and no one would enquire further. It could include mumps, german measles, pneumonia, tuberculosis, scarlet fever, infantile paralysis.
That last, infantile paralysis, polio, really scared me. As a child I saw the film ‘The Magnet’ which showed a boy my age in an iron lung, condemned there, as I thought, for life. And we all knew someone who had had it, who walked with calipers or dragged a useless arm about.
But we were the survivors, we who wrote “Usual childhood diseases”. These diseases are seldom fatal, but in a population of millions, thousands died. All we had to put up with was weeks off school, weeks filled with delirium of fever, of pain, of weakness, of itching, of confinement.
Then it changed. I got the Salk vaccine when I was about eleven and I was free of the spectre of the iron lung, then TB when I was twelve. When I was thirteen all the girls in my class were immunised against german measles. We all knew why, we had been taught it in Primary School; if a woman caught german measles while pregnant, there was a good chance the baby would be born blind or deaf or both. We knew there were schools for such children, crowded schools, and we knew where those schools were. It wasn’t some hypothetical threat, something we had read in books, it was part of our geography. Then this first rubella vaccine came out and that spectre was lifted from us.
These days all these “Usual childhood diseases” are no longer usual. Effective vaccines against them all are available and comprehensive immunisation programs have made them rare and unusual. They are rare enough that each case can be investigated and traced to its source. Rare enough that they can be treated in hospital. Before, when every child suffered from these diseases, ten times the hospitals wouldn’t be enough and you lived or died at home.
But the anti-vax crowd, people like Meryl Dorey and her Australian Vaccination Network, are saying that because the immunisation is successful, it is no longer necessary. They want to return to the days of “Usual childhood diseases”, days that, for the most part, they have never seen themselves. They must not succeed.
The minimalist path you choose will have a significant impact on the design of your home or apartment.
An extreme minimalist will do just as the name implies… take the lifestyle to the extreme. Reducing their belongings to the bare minimum. This includes getting rid of furniture, accessories, and electronics that are deemed unnecessary such as bed frames, televisions, etc. The purpose of this extreme minimizing of belongings is to promote a more spontaneous, free lifestyle that is not tied down to inanimate objects, physically or financially. The saying is true that the more possessions we own, the more our possessions own us.
A practical or rational minimalist will implement the concepts of minimalism to a lesser degree than the extreme minimalist, but is still pursuing a more simple, focused life with less strain on their wallets and their wellbeing. As I stated previously, I fall into this category. I have no desire to have an unfurnished apartment and I don’t plan on moving without planning as I am a minimalist with pets… but I am content with minimizing my furniture and accessories down to what I would consider the essentials such as a bed, table/counter, desk, a few seating options, storage options that promote a zero-clutter space, and functional, precise accent pieces.
Whether you are an extreme or practical minimalist, there are many design options to consider that will fit your lifestyle and your budget. Many people assume minimalist design to be stark, impersonal, empty, but if done well a minimalist home can provide peace of mind, opportunities for personalization, and an efficiently maximized use of one’s space.