Some Exciting Tips to Setup Barbeque at Your Backyard

With summer knocking at the doors, the craze of under sky cooking is hitting as the prime trend among the food addicts. But, a well-designed outdoor kitchen will be equally suitable for a year-round cooking experience. An outdoor cooking substitute is as good as an indoor kitchen. It is the second happening living room of your house. However, Barbeque world is stuffed with pretty serious arguments. Gas or Charcoal? Mop or brush? Memphis or Carolina. With so many varieties in vogue, it sometimes becomes quite confusing for the house owner to set up a flexible and well equipped under sky cooking zone. Here are some expert tips, which will help you to start an esteemed external cooking area.

Initiate from the ground:

Establishing the overall floor layout is the starting block of your external cooking arsenal. Keep in mind the diverse weather conditions along with the average weight of the appliances you are planning to install. Tiles or marble floor will be slippery inviting in a bad fall. If there are small children, running here and there along with senior citizens, then the scenario may become worse. Opt for some porous flooring substance, which renders friction and this prevents slippery fall.

Choose a perfect location:

You cannot place your under sky cooking arsenal anywhere in the open space. Pick a corner, far from your main building, such that, the smoke from the grill does not waft back inside your house. Ascertain the wind pattern in your locality and then hit the first hammer on the inaugural nail. Maintain a safe distance from your neighbor's barbeque, to avoid the clash of heat (both real heat and mental heat!)

Choose the appliances correctly:

Under-sky cooking zone demands some special cooking tools, striking a sound difference with its indoor counterpart. The appliances are comparatively larger, and any professional barbeque planner or dealer will be the best person to guide you in this section. Leave adequate space on both the side of the grill to fit enough platters and other tools. Never place the appliances too close altogether.

Arrange something for entertainment:

This kind of cooking is itself an entertaining experience, but if it is accompanied by some soothing music then, the overall effect becomes much more pleasing, both to the ears and to the soul. Clad inside the arms of green nature, under the curtain of blue sky, mouth-watering food, and soothing music is the complete definition of a BBQ feel.

Last but not the least, if you are passionate about barbeque then keep every tool within your arms reach and take your food and cooking seriously. It is the taste of the food, which stays in your mind for a long time.

This kind of cooking area magnifies your living area and enables you to cook, eat, and chat without any prior reservation. Apart from fun, it also helps to keep your house cooler. Indoor oven or stove generates excessive heat in the kitchen, escalating your internal temperature and forcing your AC unit to work hard. So it is wise to create an external cooking setup, to experience a fresh new spree of cooking.

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Tom Hicks & Corinthians

It seems Tom Hicks leaves a trail of devastation wherever he goes. His disastrous foray into the Brazilian football market as chairman of Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst left Corinthians, second most popular club in Brazil, in a state of turmoil.

The parallels between what happened to Corinthians and what is currently happening at Liverpool are unsettling to say the least:

* There was the initial blaze of publicity and fanfare when the company bought the club in 1999, with promises of big spending on the best players and the construction of a brand new 45,000 seater stadium in the suburbs of Sao Paulo.

* There was an initial capital investment to tie down existing players and to finance the purchase one or two other additional players.

* The economics behind the Corinthians deal appeared to be based on ridiculously rudimentary logic: «If you add up all the fans of professional baseball, basketball, football and hockey in the United States, that number is lower than the number of Brazilians who are soccer fans.» Clearly, no proper risk analysis had been undertaken – a situation which resonates with the due diligence period of 3 days prior to the purchase of Liverpool.

* This flimsy approach was reinforced by the apparently rash and impulsive purchase of Cruzeiro six months later – traits which Liverpool fans are rapidly coming to associate with Hicks.

* There was also the emphasis on the cheaper «young players», with the following quote from the (unfortunately named) Richard Law, president of Hicks’ subsidiary group: «Our job is not to turn back the inevitable, but to build Corinthians and Cruzeiro up from the junior ranks.» Hicks followed a similar tack following the takeover of Liverpool: «You need to keep your star players but also develop your young players. Young players are the lifeblood of your team, so we talked about how we can improve that side of the team.»

Corinthians had already won the Brazilian championship in 1998 so Hicks inherited a winning team. The initial expenditure assisted in retaining the league title in Dec 1999 and the club also won the inaugural FIFA Club World Championship the following month.

This is where things started to go wrong.

Unable to resist the temptation to make a quick buck, HICKS BEGAN SELLING TRANSFER RIGHTS TO THE CLUB’S STAR PLAYERS. On top of that, he decided on the bizarre idea of changing the traditional colour of the club’s shirt. He also introduced sponsorship (something which Corinthians fans felt defiled their heritage).

All of these things led to a furious reaction from supporters and widespread protest against Hicks and his partners. The company bailed out three years later, ironically having accused its local partner in Brazil of «misappropriating funds» (read the UTIMCO post and you’ll understand).

Corinthians began to spiral downwards. MSI took over the club’s management but, despite a league title in 2005, the financial problems initiated by Hicks proved too much of a burden. The club was relegated to the second tier of Brazilian football for the first time in its history in December 2007.

THERE WAS NO NEW STADIUM. Hicks invested about five hundred million dollars and within two years filed for bankruptcy.

In a recent prospectus issued to financial companies in London, Hicks claims in to be «a master of purchasing and growing professional sports teams».

Liverpool fans, Texas Rangers fans and Corinthians fans might disagree.

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The Majestic Manchester

In recent years, Manchester has reached the fame of being the third most visited city in England. Once Manchester was the main industrial hub, today the regal and attractive places makes this city as the most preferred holiday destination in UK. Manchester is well known for number of majestic museums that offers visual treat to the travellers. The spacious and stylish restaurants serve cuisines from all over the world to stir up your taste buds and the many hotels in the city suit the needs of all kinds of travellers.

Know more about the places in Manchester city:

Manchester Museum You can easily reach this museum as it is located near Manchester’s student village. This museum consists of rare collections and treasures of animal, and plant lives and rocks and minerals. The best pieces include pre-historic creatures, rare collection of Egyptian and live reptile’s and amphibians. They also allow you to access the objects displayed in collections. The cafeteria in this museum is a nice place to relax and discuss about your views and ideas with respect to culture and artefacts.

Royal Exchange Theatre: Royal Exchange theatre is situated in St Ann’s square. This is one of the best theatres and it hosts 350 shows in a year and accommodates around 7000 people who can be seated in three levels. Audience would be thrilled to experience a mixed performances that include drama, classic theatre, rock, folk and jazz concerts. The craft shop inside the Royal Exchange Theatre helps you pick outstanding pieces of jewellery for your loved ones. Besides this, you have plenty to choose from the collections that have textiles, ceramics, wood work and much more.

The Lowry: You can reach the recently developed Lowry just by a short drive from the city centre of Manchester. Lowry had gained great attractions in a short time and is considered one of the best places to visit. The mixed performances are scintillating that include dance, musicals, kid’s shows, comedy and full range drama. They have two theatres and studio space to present these shows. Southern side of the Lowry building is dedicated for dining and refreshment, so it consists of cafes, bars and restaurants.

Imperial War Museum North: This museum was opened in 2002 and it mainly deals with war ships. The well known architect Daniel Libeskind has designed these ships. Among the numerous collections, five pieces are significant as they date back to world wars.

John Rylands Library: John Ryland was a most successful industrialist in Manchester. He died in 1888 leaving all his fortune to his wife; then his wife maintained the library in his remembrance. The majestic building has a splendid gothic style. This place is a working library and consists of many unusual manuscripts which can be used in academia. However, visitors can still come to the place and view the extraordinary architecture.

Besides these, Manchester is a greener city in England and has a lot of outdoor activities especially the large public parks are centre of attraction. Some of the popular parks are Heaton Park, Wythenshawe Park, and Queens Park. Whether indoor or outdoor places, Manchester can entertain and make your trip a memorable one.

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Footballer Profile – Robinho

Robson de Souza – known throughout the footballing world as Robinho – was perhaps the biggest surprise addition to Manchester City’s squad in their much publicised quest to enter British football’s elite. When the Brazilian signed from Real Madrid on the last day of the transfer window in the summer of 2008, it made everyone aware of the seriousness of the new club owners’ intentions. This was a genuine superstar coming to the City of Manchester Stadium.

Robinho has always been earmarked for great things – even the incomparable Pelé eulogised about him as a fifteen year old. Playing for the famous Santos club which the legendary Pelé had represented for so long, ‘Robi’, who had been born in Sao Paulo in 1984, quickly became their goalscoring talisman. The kidnapping from her home of his mother in the 2004/05 season, though, had a real impact on his life – even though she was released unharmed it then seemed inevitable that he would leave the country and join other prominent Brazilian players in Europe. At the end of the 2004/05 season, the player was named as the World Soccer Young Player of the Year.

The move came in July, 2005, when Robinho signed for Real, going on to score 10 goals in his first season. Although his undoubted skill was always evident at this time, it was also clear the player was having difficulties adapting to life, and the different style of football, at his new club. With Fabio Capello and, later, Bernd Schuster, Robinho was never really a regular starter for the Spanish team, even though he continued to be in the Brazil team.

The player’s time in Spain came to a distasteful conclusion. Madrid tried to include Robinho as a ‘makeweight’ in the transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United, against the player’s wishes. When the deal fell through and the Madrid hierarchy decided to offer him a new contract, Robinho refused it.

Despite looking as if he was about to sign for Chelsea, Robinho ended up at Eastlands and Manchester City, seemingly encouraged to join the club because they already had two other Brazilians on the books, Elano and Jo.

Since signing for Manchester City, Robinho has become very popular with the supporters – a popularity helped when he was seen with his wife going into the city on a bus! Many critics felt, during his first season, that his performances were very much better in games at Eastlands than in matches played away from home. Despite this, he scored 15 goals in 41games. This season, however, with the squad having been greatly boosted with the acquisition of more high class players, Robinho has been the victim of a bad ankle injury picked up playing for Brazil and so has missed most of the fixtures.

With Brazil, Robinho remains an important member of the team, scoring 19 goals so far in his 71 internationals, and he is almost certain to be integral in Brazil’s attempts to win the World Cup in South Africa in the summer.

For whom Robinho will be playing then is really anybody’s guess! Ever since his arrival, it seems he has been linked with moves away. Manchester City continually deny that he is on his way to Barcelona, Chelsea or any other number of clubs. City fans, certainly, will be hoping to see the skilful little striker linking up with Adebayor and Tevez to help the club realise their ambitions and qualify for next season’s Champions League.

Who Knows? If they do succeed, then perhaps Robinho might be there again next season.

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Manchester United Are Back in Business

Manchester United did not have a perfect start to the current Premier League campaign. David Moyes took over from the departing Alex Ferguson and faced an unenviable challenge of meeting the pressure of high expectation. The team lost three games of their initial eight and the former Everton manager’s critics began to sharpen their knives. The Red Devils were clearly imploding and after they had fallen to eighth place on the points table, the naysayers began to question their credentials and some even stressed that mid-table was where United really belonged.

But nine matches later, and importantly, nine unbeaten games later, United find themselves in fifth place, just five points adrift of table leaders, Arsenal. How did the transformation happen? To begin with, Arsenal’s lead at the top of the table was sustained in the absence of games with big teams such as Chelsea, Man City and Man United themselves. The luck of the draw did not favor Moyes whose wards faced off against the likes of Liverpool, Man City and Chelsea, relatively early in the season.

Arsenal had been in a similar situation in 2008 when they blew a five point lead at the top of the table after an injury to their star striker. In the event the Gunners ended up in fourth place, at the end of the season. In the lead up to Arsenal’s match against United, Wayne Rooney drew attention to this fact. Given Gunners’ winning form and the perceived decline of United in the post-Ferguson era, Arsenal were expected to bank full three points from the game at Old Trafford. Liverpool had bearded the Red Devils in their den and Gunners had beaten the Merseysiders; ergo, Arsene Wenger’s men should beat David Moyes’ wards, went the argument.

But van Persie and Man United had other ideas and the home side emerged deserving 1-0 winners to bring themselves within five points of Arsenal who continue to lead the table. United have 20 points from 11 games, and apart from Arsenal, only Liverpool (23), Southampton (22) and Chelsea (21) are ahead of them on the table. It is not unrealistic to expect the Saints to drop down the table as the season wears on. With Arsenal yet to play Man City or Chelsea, the results of those games could have a dramatic effect on the hierarchy of teams on the points table. Consider also that United have upcoming games against Cardiff, Tottenham, Everton and Newcastle, all of which are there to be won, and it won’t be unrealistic to suggest that United may well be at the top of the table by Christmas.

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