There is no room for shortcutting with the beef, as this will be the star of the dish. Use only tenderloin. I recommend using at least a AAA quality steak, with great marbling, but my preference is to use Heritage Angus Beef, because not only is it well marbled, but it is hormone and antibiotic free..
Students, faculty, and staff are turning Columbia into a hotbed of entrepreneurship activity. In January and February, the University kicked off three business plan competitions and saw the student led Application Development Initiative complete its third annual DevFest. The Engineering School is now finalizing preparations to host the seventh hackNY student hackathon on April 6 and 7..
Polakoff and Carver took their case to Dade Circuit Court. In September 1995 the court upheld the commission’s decision, on the grounds that historical guidelines prohibiting such obstructions were in place when Polakoff and Carver purchased the land and the city was under no obligation to grant a variance. Undeterred, the pair proceeded to the Third District Court of Appeals, which this past spring sent the matter back to the commission, ruling that the evidentiary record was incomplete.
These people are first and foremost human, which subjects them to the same emotions, successes and failures as the rest of us. What sets them apart is that on a daily basis they face dangers that puts their lives on the line. Many times they see what the worst of humanity has to offer.
Richard Smith is one of Frank’s associates having worked for JASCO and contributed to his yearbooks. Below is an interview I conducted with Richard about his experiences working for JASCO and more specifically his relationship with Frank Zaic. Richard’s account provides a fascinating look into Frank Zaic and the evolution of JASCO from a labor of love for Frank to a profitable enterprise run by his sister Christine.
Backscatter machines also can be found in the Los Angeles, Chicago and Boston airports and at New York’s JFK.The agency also uses more than 540 millimeter wave scanners, considered a safer option because they don’t rely on radiation. Those machines are in use at Miami and Palm Beach international airports.That prompted a renewed wave of concern in the United States.”Why would you buy a machine that emits radiation if you could buy one that didn’t?” said Broward County Mayor John Rodstrom, a frequent flier who makes it a point to avoid the scanners.At Rodstrom’s urging, the Broward County Commission asked the TSA to consider removing backscatter scanners from the Fort Lauderdale airport unless the agency can prove the machines are safe.TSA: Scanners safeFrom the moment the machines were introduced in Fort Lauderdale, in May 2010, the TSA asserted they are safe for all passengers, emitting less radiation than the amount travelers receive during two minutes of flying in an airliner.”The safety and security of the traveling public is TSA’s number one priority, and TSA would not use technology that could jeopardize the health of passengers or our employees,” agency spokeswoman Sari Koshetz said.However, comparing the scanners’ radiation to that received during an airline flight is “misleading,” according to a group of scientists from the University of California, San Francisco.They said the cosmic radiation that infiltrates airliners is absorbed by the whole body and is thus less dangerous than the low level radiation of the scanners, which permeates only the skin and underlying tissues. In addition to Dauer’s concerns, they said blood and male testicles could be endangered.In a letter to the Obama administration, John Sedat, a professor emeritus in biochemistry and head of the University of California group, said scanner radiation poses a particular risk to those over age 65 and intensifies the danger to people who already have cancer or HIV.