Les autorités de sécurité ont décidé d’interdire aux supporters du Raja Athletic de se déplacer dans la ville d’El Jadidi pour assister au match entre Raja Athletic et Hassani Defence El Jadidi pour le 15e tour de la compétition du championnat professionnel. Et “Hesport” a appris de supply fiable que la décision est officielle et définitive, ce qui signifie que le match ne connaîtra que la présence de nouveaux supporters, après que les supporters du Raja Sports activities Membership ne bougeront pas. Il est à noter que le match entre Al-Difaa Al-Jadidi et ses invités Raja Athletic aura lieu demain, mardi, à partir de 20h30 sur le terrain du stade Al-Abdi à Al-Jadidi.
A little while ago, I told you how much I adore coconut butter . My passion has not abated in the slightest, and I continue to enjoy it as the divine treat that it is — here’s 20+ recipes to use coconut butter if you’re curious to know more. But the tricky thing about coconut butter is how temperature-sensitive it is. Depending on the season, my jar of coconut butter can be super runny, which I don’t find the most pleasant consistency for eating with a spoon, or so solid you need a pickaxe to dig in. So I’ve found a neat little way to make sure I have coconut butter available in a snack-friendly format at all times. You know, for emergencies. I use my silicone chocolate bar molds — the very ones I bought to make these knock-your-socks-off caramelized sesame chocolate bars — to create these coconut butter bars , easily broken up into squares for popping into your mouth. All it takes is to soften the coconut butter in a hot water bath (unless it’s summer and the coconut butter
Brooklyn Councilmember Crystal Hudson claimed victory after two April rezonings yielded 35 percent affordable housing. But details on non-profit partners and anti-displacement commitments were revealed only after repeated inquiries. Even now, formal documents remain under wraps. Adi Talwar A new 17-story residential building is planned for the rezoned lots at 870-888 Atlantic Ave. in Brooklyn. A piece of 870 Atlantic is shown here. In April, Central Brooklyn Councilmember Crystal Hudson surprised some observers when she triumphantly announced a “paradigm shift” for securing affordable housing at two proposed 17-story developments in Prospect Heights and Crown Heights, after earlier suggesting the applicants wait for a more comprehensive plan for the under-built Atlantic Avenue corridor. The developers would get their spot upzonings, after agreeing to making 35 percent of the 438 units affordable to low-income renters, thanks to a separate agreement outside the Council rezoning