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Dutch government eases lockdown despite soaring infections

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) – Prime Minister Mark Rutte further eased the Netherlands’ coronavirus lockdown, allowing bars, restaurants, museums, theaters and other venues to reopen from Wednesday for the first time this year.

But Rutte warned that the move wasn’t without risks.

“We are taking a big step today to unlock the Netherlands while the infections numbers are really going through the roof,” Rutte said Tuesday.

The announcement wasn’t all good news for the beleaguered hospitality and kampus terbaik di lampung (published here) cultural sectors, with the opening hours limited to 10 p.m., while professional sports teams will only be allowed to fill stadiums to a third of their normal capacities.

Soccer clubs and administrators protested the move even before it was officially announced, calling it in a joint statement “a proposal without perspective.”

The relaxation of restrictions follows widespread protests in recent weeks by business owners ranging from the Van Gogh Museum to local cafes at being excluded from am earlier easing of pandemic restrictions.

FILE- A lone girl waits for a tram in a near-deserted street full of closed restaurants, bars and shop under a partial lockdown in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Friday, Nov. 26, 2021. The new Dutch government was meeting Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022, to discuss whether to extend or ease its coronavirus lockdown amid growing anger and plans for civil disobedience from businesses that have been shuttered for weeks. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong, File)

FILE- A lone girl waits for a tram in a near-deserted street full of closed restaurants, bars and shop under a partial lockdown in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Friday, Nov.26, 2021. The new Dutch government was meeting Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022, to discuss whether to extend or ease its coronavirus lockdown amid growing anger and plans for civil disobedience from businesses that have been shuttered for weeks. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong, File)

Infections have spiked in recent weeks because of the omicron variant, despite the lockdown that was tougher than in most of Europe, but admissions to the country’s intensive care units have been declining.The national public health institute reported a 51% rise in new COVID-19 cases over the last week to more than 366,000, while ICU admissions dropped by 34%.

“We are taking another risk,” Health Minister Ernst Kuipers said. “We are doing that for good reason. Living longer with many restrictive measures damages our health and our society.”

Omicron is less likely to cause severe illness than the previous delta variant, according to studies.Omicron spreads even more easily than other coronavirus strains, and has already become dominant in many countries. It also more easily infects those who have been vaccinated or had previously been infected by prior versions of the virus.

The Dutch government sought to mitigate the risk by imposing restrictions on venues where people gather, including the use of coronavirus passports and social distancing and capping the number of people allowed indoors and in stadiums.

The new measures apply for six weeks, but Rutte said the government would review them and their effect on infection numbers after three weeks.

He urged the public to stick to the rules, saying: “It is now up to us all to ensure that we don’t have to hit the brakes again then.”

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Cricket-Shafique and Azhar firm in response to Australia's 391

By Sudipto Ganguly

March 22 (Reuters) – Abdullah Shafique and Azhar Ali combined in an unbroken stand of 70 to launch Pakistan’s solid response to Australia’s first innings total of 391 on Tuesday in the deciding third and final test in Lahore.

Opener Shafique was unbeaten on 45 with number three Azhar 30 not out as the hosts reached 90-1 at the close of the second day’s play, trailing Australia by 301.

The 22-year-old Shafique and kampus terbaik di lampung the experienced Azhar, playing his 94th test but the first in his home city of Lahore, came together after the early loss of opener Imam-ul-Haq and showed lot of patience to keep the probing Australian bowlers at bay.

The touring side posted a healthy total, helped by resolute half-centuries from Cameron Green and Alex Carey earlier on Tuesday.

All-rounder Green scored 79 and wicketkeeper Carey made 67 before Australia were all out at the stroke of the tea interval after opting to bat at the Gaddafi Stadium.

Fast bowlers Naseem Shah and Shaheen Shah Afridi finished with four wickets apiece for the hosts with a brilliant display of reverse-swing bowling in hot conditions on a pitch offering variable bounce.

“The wicket is really good for batting,” Afridi told reporters.”As a bowling unit we tried to bowl in partnerships and good lengths. They had some good partnerships but we tried to stick to our plans.

“The batters have given us a good start. We will need to continue in the same way and hopefully we will get a big score.”

The first two tests of the series — the first between the sides in Pakistan since 1998 — were drawn.

Resuming on 232-5 against the second new ball which was taken overnight, Carey and Green batted through to lunch.

It was the second session in the match that Pakistan went wicketless after the hosts failed to claim one between lunch and tea on the opening day.

A few balls continued to stay low while the Pakistan fast bowlers extracted plenty of reverse swing but were unable to find a way through the dogged resistance of the Australian pair.

LUCKY CAREY

Pakistan came closest to picking up a wicket when Carey, on 27, survived despite a delivery from seamer Hasan Ali clipping his off-stump but failing to dislodge the bails.

Carey was given out caught behind by the umpire on that occasion but the left-hander overturned the decision, with replays confirming the ball had flicked the wicket on the way to the keeper.

Left-arm spinner Nauman Ali broke the stand when he dismissed Carey lbw with an arm-ball before teenager Naseem cleaned up Green with a fast, reverse-swinging delivery for his third scalp of the innings.

It was the fourth fifty in tests for the 22-year-old Green and he is getting desperate to bring up a maiden century.

“Unfortunately I keep having thoughts run through my head when I’m out in the middle,” Green said.

“It’s something that’s a bit of an issue now because they keep popping it.I’ve got to keep working on that, feeling comfortable when you get close to it. It (test century) is something I’ve been working towards my whole life.”

After the 135-run stand between Green and Carey, Australia lost their last five wickets for 50 runs with the lower-middle order unable to stand up to the fiery fast bowling from Naseem and Afridi. (Reporting by Sudipto Ganguly in Mumbai; editing by Peter Rutherford, Ed Osmond and Pritha Sarkar)

Holly Willoughby suffers a wardrobe malfunction live on This Morning

 She puts on a stunning display live on This Morning every day. 

Yet had a slight flaw in her polished appearance on Thursday as she took to the couch before realising she still had the tag left on her skirt. 

Sharing a giggle with her co-host – who was grumbling over an itchy label – she revealed the tag was still attached to her £149 skirt. 

Oh no! Holly Willoughby had a slight flaw in her polished appearance on Thursday as she took to the couch before realising she still had the tag left on her skirt

Oh no! Holly Willoughby had a slight flaw in her polished appearance on Thursday as she took to the couch before realising she still had the tag left on her skirt

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Holly looked incredible in the Claudette Sequin Skirt from Hobbs, yet she had unfortunately forgotten to remove the tag.  

Phillip demanded somebody source a pair of scissors, when he flashed his label, yet Holly took things in hand by yanking her tag off.  

It comes shortly after it was revealed that she earned an impressive £2m last year, thanks to her This Morning and terbaik sumatera Dancing On Ice hosting gigs, and other endeavours.

The presenter, owns an 80 percent share in a company she runs with her producer husband Dan Baldwin – Roxy Media Ltd.

Wah! Sharing a giggle with her co-host Phillip - who was grumbling over an itchy label - Holly revealed the tag was still attached to her £149 skirt during Thursday's show

Wah! Sharing a giggle with her co-host Phillip Schofield – who was grumbling over an itchy label – she revealed the tag was still attached to her £149 skirt

Oops! Holly looked incredible in the Claudette Sequin Skirt from Hobbs, yet she had unfortunately forgotten to remove the tag

Oops! Holly looked incredible in the Claudette Sequin Skirt from Hobbs, yet she had unfortunately forgotten to remove the tag

Records for the firm show her 2019 earnings – with £1.5 million in the bank after shelling out £407,850 in Corporation Tax, according to The Sun.

The publication reports that Holly’s ITV presenting gigs earn her around £600,0000-a-year. 

This is despite the fact she only works four days a a week and gets all school holidays off, for This Morning, and only hosts Dancing On Ice one night a week for a couple of months in the year.

Partnership: The presenter owns an 80 percent share in a company she runs with her producer husband Dan Baldwin - Roxy Media Ltd [pictured together last month]

Partnership: The presenter owns an 80 percent share in a company she runs with her producer husband Dan Baldwin – Roxy Media Ltd [pictured together last month]

On top of this, Holly charges £25,000 for speaking engagements. She also has ad deals with household retailer Dunelm, as well as the likes of M&S and Garnier.

Regarding the latter, Holly joked she would be ‘out of a job if I wasn’t blonde’ as she hosted a tutorial on how to dye your roots at home with Davina McCall on Tuesday.

The presenter light-heartedly said she was relieved Davina, 53, would never be blonde again because she would ‘be out of a job’.

It comes after Holly returned to This Morning on Monday after taking two days off due to a coronavirus scare with two of her ‘very poorly’ children.

In the money: On top of this, Holly charges £25,000 for speaking engagements. She also has ad deals with household retailer Dunelm, as well as the likes of M&S and Garnier

In the money: On top of this, Holly charges £25,000 for speaking engagements. She also has ad deals with household retailer Dunelm, as well as the likes of M&S and Garnier

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EXCLUSIVE: Snapchat is set to rollout its original show 'Move It!'

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is launching a new Snap Original series Wednesday that teaches unique dances in a first-of-its kind immersive show.

Called Move It!, the show includes 10 episodes that feature chart topping songs for Snapchatters to follow along and create their own music videos, which can be shared to their account.

Dance influencers Michael Le and Dytto host and teach using the app’s tutorial Lenses.

Once viewers have mastered the moves, they can activate a final Lens that adds special effects, such as lightning bolts and neon lit hearts, terbaik sumatera which transforms the clip into a music video.

Snap is releasing 30 different Lenses designed with body tracking to detect the person and trigger animation effects based on movements within camera view.

Move It!also includes an opportunity for viewers to monetize through Snapchat’s new Spotlight, which puts them in the running for a share of a $1 million prize.

Snapchat is launching a new Snap Original series Wednesday that teaches unique dances in a first-of-its kind immersive show. Called Move It!. It is hosted and taught by dance influencers Dytto (left) and Michael Le (right)

Snapchat is launching a new Snap Original series Wednesday that teaches unique dances in a first-of-its kind immersive show.Called Move It!. It is hosted and taught by dance influencers Dytto (left) and Michael Le (right)

Anjuli Millan, head of production for Snap Originals, told DailyMail.com: ‘Snap is a unique company that can bring media and technology together in the most seamless way.’

‘Every day we are inspired by the opportunity to try something new and innovate against the ordinary.’

‘We spent a year on Move It!, working cross-functionally between teams in total collaboration to build this new Snap Original series that unites storytelling, talent, and the cutting edge advancements in our camera platform on Snapchat.’

In each episode, Snapchatters practice with Le and Dytto side by side through the AR dance tutorial Lenses.

The app displays the moves to help users with the dance movements

The first set of Lenses are designed for tutorial purposes

Dance influencers Michael Le and Dytto host and teach using the app’s tutorial Lenses that provide terms to help teach the movements

Both Le and Dytto will explain the movements verbally and the Lenses will display them on the screen to keep viewers on track with the song. 

‘My favorite dance and song for Move it!is the ‘All on My Team’ piece I did,’ Dytto told DailyMail.com

‘It has some of the cutest Lense effects, along with my favorite moves. On top of all of that, it has an important message about confidence, and the company that you keep!’

Once users feel they have learned the dance, they step into the final AR Lens experience that showcases their moves with effects like lightning shooting from their hands, sonic booms when they clap, butterflies with body rolls, fireworks and more.

‘I love how upscale and easy everything is!The craziest feature is that the dances are matched with the fire AR visuals in real time that are built into the Lenses,’ Le told DailyMail.com.

Once users feel they have learned the dance, they step into the final AR Lens experience

The AR Lenses release effects like lightning shooting from their hands, sonic booms when they clap, butterflies with body rolls, hearts and more

The AR Lenses release effects like lightning shooting from their hands, sonic booms when they clap, butterflies with body rolls, hearts and more

The Lenses work with both the front and rear-facing cameras on a smartphone or tablet, which Snap is rolling out 30 in total.

‘An incredibly talented music supervisor was brought onto the project, Allison Wood, who has an amazing ear for talent and catchy songs that would quickly be a hit with our community,’ said Millan.

‘Working with some of the hottest tracks, Michael and Dytto were then able to choreograph all the dances in the show and put their full creativity on display.’

Move It!was produced exclusively for Snap by Little Engine Productions and StellAR Studio, along with executive producers Carly Steel and Gina Matthews. 

In addition to helping viewers learn new moves and capitalize on viral dance trends, the show also features an opportunity for viewers to monetize through Snapchat’s new Spotlight, which launched last month.

Spotlight allows users to share a post publicly in Spotlight, just as they would privately with their friends in Stories.

In addition to helping viewers learn new moves and capitalize on viral dance trends, the show also features an opportunity for viewers to monetize through Snapchat's new Spotlight, which launched last month

In addition to helping viewers learn new moves and capitalize on viral dance trends, the show also features an opportunity for viewers to monetize through Snapchat’s new Spotlight, which launched last month 

The more views a post gets, the higher it will move up a leaderboard.

Those that get the most views in a 24-hour timeframe will earn their creators a share of more than $1 million (£750,000) in prize money.

‘Since Snapchatters have the option to create Snaps from the show and share them just with close friends, your personal Story, or submit into Spotlight….we created Spotlight because it’s clear that many want to post their creative Snaps in an enduring way to public forums for broad visibility,’ a Snap spokesperson told DailyMail.com.

‘They do so today on other platforms, and Spotlight creates a space for that within Snapchat. 

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BAZ BAMIGBOYE: A perfect Paris match for the boss from hell 

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Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu has gained legions of fans thanks to her scene-stealing performance as Sylvie Grateau, Lily Collins’s ultra-cool boss in the much-talked about Netflix show, Emily In Paris.

Eagle-eyed Sylvie runs the office of luxury marketing company Savoir, where Emily has been transplanted from her home in the American Midwest.

The Parisienne clashes with Emily over her modern ideas, including using Instagram to promote her fashionista clients.

Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu has gained legions of fans thanks to her scene-stealing performance as Sylvie Grateau, Lily Collins¿s ultra-cool boss in the much-talked about Netflix show, Emily In Paris

Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu has gained legions of fans thanks to her scene-stealing performance as Sylvie Grateau, Lily Collins’s ultra-cool boss in the much-talked about Netflix show, Emily In Paris

‘I think Sylvie’s afraid of Emily, but she also admires her boldness,’ the 57-year-old actress said from her home in lockdown Paris on Wednesday. 

‘She was somebody who was bold herself when she was younger.

‘I think there’s also jealousy that has to do with seeing someone waltzing into her office.But eventually she’s sees Emily’s not making all the wrong choices.’

Leroy-Beaulieu also feels that Sylvie has an underlying warmth about her. ‘It was easy for me to relate to that,’ she said. But ‘underlying’ is the operative word.Concealing Sylvie’s soft centre is that ‘whole walking around being rude’ thing, and she conceded that bit of the performance ‘was kind of easier, because Parisians are like that’.

When I interviewed Darren Star, who created Emily In Paris (which is still available to stream, by the way) he described Sylvie as a ‘grade-A bitch’; but one who ‘looks fantastic’.Leroy-Beaulieu roared with laughter when I recounted that conversation. ‘I think she is a bitch! Who doesn’t love bitches?!’

She continued: ‘I know a lot of these women. Obviously, they have this enormous vulnerability, which they cannot show.And also a lot of these women had to sacrifice their family, or love, or whatever, so they could be really tough and powerful. They had to carry that pain around, but it can’t show … because they’re powerful!’

Warming to her theme, she added: ‘So they wear all these clothes and jewellery, and they walk in a certain way, just to hide their vulnerability.

‘People who are strong don’t need to shout about it.But Sylvie needs to put on a show.’

Leroy-Beaulieu grew up in an artistic household. Her father, Philippe Leroy, was an actor. Her mother, Francoise Laurent, ran her own line of fashion accessories — jewellery, knitwear and bags — for Marc Bohan, the creative force at Dior.The actress wore some of her mother’s gems in the show.

I told Philippine I detected echoes of golden-age stars such as Bette Davis and Joan Crawford in Philippine’s Sylvie; plus a nod and a wink to Meryl Streep’s Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada.’Bette Davis was on my mind a lot,’ she agreed.

Eagle-eyed Sylvie runs the office of luxury marketing company Savoir, where Emily has been transplanted from her home in the American Midwest

Eagle-eyed Sylvie runs the office of luxury marketing company Savoir, where Emily has been transplanted from her home in the American Midwest

When I apologised for this line of discussion — a female boss’s outfits, or her psychology — when I’m unlikely to ask the same of a male actor, she put me at ease. 

‘I’m not against the fact that a woman can be well dressed, and we can talk about it.It’s nice!

‘Being French, I’m happy that we have beautiful clothes, and beautiful fashion, and I think a woman’s body — when it’s well dressed — is beautiful to watch. I’m not offended. I’m not that kind of a feminist!’

She then gave me a tutorial on the secret of how French women manage to look so effortlessly chic.Not for me, dear reader! But for all of you. 

‘It’s about a mixture of comfort and beauty. You can’t be beautiful if you’re not comfortable. Your face is going to look like you’re tired of wearing heels. It has to be a mixture of highly chic, but also super comfortable.’

Leroy-Beaulieu wouldn’t discuss her private life, except to tell me that she has a grown-up daughter who is an artist, but ‘not at all in showbusiness’. 

‘That’s all I’m going to say,’ she declared.

Let’s hope we see more of Philippine, whenever it’s possible to film the second season of Emily In Paris, in the City of Lights.

The boys are back in town!

The Jersey Boys musical is working its way back into London, nearly four years after it closed at the Piccadilly Theatre. 

‘We were ready to come back the day after we left,’ joked Michael David, co-founder of Broadway partnership the Dodgers, one of the show’s producers.

David, speaking from New York, said that Howard Panter and Rosemary Squires made him an offer he couldn’t refuse: the chance to open the newly reconfigured — and kampus terbaik di lampung newly named — Trafalgar Theatre, with previews from April 14 (subject to Government guidelines).The hope is that the show will be able to perform with no social distancing, but strict safety procedures in place.

David said that a special clause had been written into the contract with the Trafalgar ensuring that the show will only open with full capacity seating.If social distancing restrictions are still in force in April, the Jersey Boys will wait until they’ve been lifted.

The Jersey Boys musical is working its way back into London, nearly four years after it closed at the Piccadilly Theatre

The Jersey Boys musical is working its way back into London, nearly four years after it closed at the Piccadilly Theatre

As with Broadway, David told me ‘we can’t pay our bills if we are socially distanced’.

The production features 20 or so people on stage, plus the same number backstage, and it should be a boost for freelancers onstage and backstage, who have not earned a penny since theatres shut back in March.

David said he hoped director Des McAnuff, choreographer Sergio Trujillo and other members of the original creative team will be able to travel from the U.S.for rehearsals.

Casting will start soon for the show, based on 1950s and 1960s heart-throbs Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, their music, and how one of their members had links to organised crime.

Songs include Working My Way Back To You, Fallen Angel and Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You (still love the way that number was used in The Deer Hunter).

n Check jerseyboyslondon.com for tickets, which go on sale from today.

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Nigella's been mocked for her simple dishes – but she's not alone

She’s mashed a tray of fish fingers, put banana skins in a curry and covered her bread dough in a leopard-print shower cap.

And viewers of Nigella Lawson’s new cookery show were left scratching their heads again this week when the TV chef spent a toe-curling 71 seconds instructing the nation how to butter a slice of toast.

But she’s far from the first celebrity chef to teach home cooks the most basic of culinary skills.From making tea to boiling eggs, here are the most blindingly obvious ones around. HANNAH FARMER gives her verdict and her advice on how to get them right.

Nigella Lawson (pictured) has been mocked for making a meal out of the simplest dish after spending 71 seconds telling the UK how to butter toast correctly

Nigella Lawson (pictured) has been mocked for making a meal out of the simplest dish after spending 71 seconds telling the UK how to butter toast correctly

TEATIME WITH A MODERN TWIST 

It might seem straightforward, but the everyday practice of making a cuppa has been elevated to a fine art.

Heston Blumenthal is so passionate about tea-brewing that he’s come up with a gadget — the £169.95 Sage Tea Maker — to get it just right.

He says the perfect cup is not about the tea but the temperature you brew it at (somewhere between 70c and 100c).Too hot and you burn the leaves, making it ‘bitter’ and ‘astringent’.

He prefers loose leaf Earl Grey or Darjeeling to builder’s tea, with skimmed milk added second.

Heston Blumenthal (pictured) is so passionate about tea-brewing that he's come up with a gadget — the £169.95 Sage Tea Maker — to get it just right

Heston Blumenthal (pictured) is so passionate about tea-brewing that he’s come up with a gadget — the £169.95 Sage Tea Maker — to get it just right

Mark Hix, meanwhile, former executive head chef of The Ivy London, insists on loose leaf English breakfast tea in a China pot, ‘which must be pre-warmed for three-and-a-half minutes’.It’s then served in a mug, tea first, with a splash of milk.

When it comes to bags, chefs rate a strong blend such as Yorkshire Tea, brewed for a few minutes so that when milk is added it is the colour of a Werther’s Original boiled sweet.

MY METHOD: Heston’s right; boiling water does add bitterness, so switch the kettle off around 20 seconds before it’s boiled.

Put a teabag in a mug — I rate M&S’s Luxury Gold blend — pour the water on top and let it brew for 90 seconds.Remove the bag and add a splash of milk.

SUPERSIZE YOUR SCRAMBLED EGGS 

Delia Smith educated the nation on boiling eggs in her landmark book, How To Cook, in 1999.Twenty-one years later, her method is still deemed fail-safe by both amateurs and professionals.

Bring a pan of cold water to the boil, gently lower in an egg (at room temperature; not chilled) and allow it to simmer for a minute.Take the pan off the heat, put the lid on and continue to cook the egg for six minutes if you like a runny yolk, seven if you like it firmer.

When it comes to scrambling and poaching, techniques differ wildly. Gordon Ramsay has a seven-step technique, taking the mixture on and off the heat repeatedly for three minutes to get the texture just right.He then adds seasoning and — controversially — a spoon of crème fraiche.

Jamie Oliver (pictured) once told the nation how to 'correctly' scramble an egg using nothing but butter, cooked until it's frothy

Jamie Oliver (pictured) once told the nation how to ‘correctly’ scramble an egg using nothing but butter, cooked until it’s frothy

MasterChef’s John Torode also uses crème fraiche in his scrambled eggs, while Jamie Oliver advocates nothing but butter.Heston Blumenthal goes low and slow, stirring his eggs in a bowl suspended over boiling water for up to 20 minutes.

As for poaching, while some chefs (Gordon Ramsay, pts terbaik sumatera Theo Randall and Prue Leith) advise adding vinegar to the water to stop the egg from separating, others (including Jamie, Delia and Mary Berry) say this is unnecessary.Nigella cracks her eggs into a tea strainer (to get rid of the stringy bits). Mary uses a saucer. While Jamie wraps the raw egg in cling film.

MY METHOD: For runny boiled eggs, it’s got to be the Delia method: simmered for a minute on the heat and then six minutes off.I scramble my eggs with nothing but butter in a saucepan over a very low heat; it can take up to ten minutes.

For poaching, vinegar makes no difference. Use fresh (not supermarket) eggs, swirl the water and simmer for three minutes exactly.

IT’S TIME FOR RICE, RICE BABY   

Rice might not sound like it requires a recipe — surely all you have to do is read the back of the packet?— but it’s notoriously easy to overcook.

Jamie Oliver’s ‘foolproof, hassle-free’ method is the most complicated. He starts by boiling the rice for five minutes, draining it, then steaming it in a foil-covered colander suspended over a pan containing 2.5cm of water, for 8-10 minutes.

In contrast, Rick Stein opts for the simpler ‘absorption’ method: just 350ml of water, cooked for 10-12 minutes with the lid on until all the fluid has been absorbed.

According to Great British Chefs, an association of the country’s top culinary experts, the precise ratio is 1:1.5 rice to water.Put the grains in a pan of water, bring it to the boil and then cover and reduce to a simmer — it’ll take 12-15 minutes for the water to be absorbed.

MY METHOD: The absorption method is by far the best, producing soft, fluffy rice.

I measure out 75g per person, rinse the rice and then put it in a pan of water, containing 150ml per portion (so a 1:2 ratio).Bring to the boil, turn the heat down and simmer with a lid on for ten minutes. Fluff it with a fork and serve immediately.

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If you thought mashed potato was straightforward, think again. MasterChef’s Marcus Wareing tackles the nation’s favourite side dish in his book Marcus Everyday.

He starts by peeling and chopping the potatoes, before boiling them in salted water.When the potatoes are cooked, but not falling apart, he drains them and leaves them for five minutes. Then he puts them back in the pan, off the heat, and adds the butter before mashing.

Gordon Ramsay takes a different approach, heating a pan of butter, milk and double cream and then pouring the liquid over the potatoes once mashed.

When it comes to baked potatoes, Delia knows best: rub them with salt and olive oil and bake in the oven for two hours.

Antony Worrall Thompson pricks his with a fork and gives them just an hour, while Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall bakes his potatoes not once but twice, the second time loaded with cheese.

As for roasties, all chefs boil their potatoes first — around eight-ten minutes until tender.Jamie Oliver roughs his up in a colander and adds goose fat and garlic; Raymond Blanc, Rick Stein and Tom Kerridge use vegetable oil and sea salt — and Nigella adds semolina for crispness.

MY METHOD: Mash is best made with nothing but butter and seasoning, and I like to add a splash of potato water for an ultra-smooth consistency.

Baked potatoes are better the longer you leave them; rub them in oil and salt, prick with a fork and bake for two hours.

When it comes to roasties, I boil mine first, sprinkle over a handful of plain flour, and then put them into a tray of hot vegetable oil with salt, garlic and rosemary.

Gordon Ramsay swears he has the recipe for 'perfect pasta' (stock image)

Gordon Ramsay swears he has the recipe for ‘perfect pasta’ (stock image)

THE SECRET TO SPAGHETTI

He may not be Italian, but Gordon Ramsay swears he has the recipe for ‘perfect pasta’.

His video tutorial for cooking angel pasta (like a thin spaghetti) has been watched more than seven million times.

First, you need a large pan of water, to which you add plenty of salt and olive oil — ‘that stops the pasta from sticking together’ — before bringing it to a rolling boil.Swirl a handful of dried pasta into the water using tongs and cook for three to four minutes.

Other chefs — such as Italian TV cook Gino D’Acampo and Jamie Oliver — shun Gordon’s excessive use of oil.

Nigella agrees; in her 2012 book Nigellissima she says: ‘If you have enough water, then oil should not be necessary.’

To check if it’s sufficiently cooked, she advises tasting it: ‘The pasta should still be firm, though not hard or chalky in the centre.’

Jamie puts a lid on his spaghetti as it cooks to keep the water boiling and always conserves a cup of cooking water to pour over it once drained: ‘A few swigs of that starchy water will really help to loosen the pasta up,’ he explains.

MY METHOD: A few drops of olive oil (not a Gordon-esque glug) in the pan with the pasta will stop the strands from sticking together.All it needs is five to six minutes; the taste test is the best way to check if it’s cooked to your liking.

The trick is to eat it immediately — leave it for longer than five minutes and it’ll go claggy.

SAY HELLO TO HEINZ 

Forget tipping a tin of Heinz baked beans on to a slice of toast…several top chefs have had a go at turning the ultimate comfort food into a gourmet dish.

Jamie Oliver’s recipe, from his book Comfort Food, requires cannellini beans and tinned tomatoes, heated in a pan and served on thickly-sliced sourdough.

He’s been serving up beans for years: his London restaurant made headlines in 2004 when it started selling posh beans on toast (made from Heinz beans with cherry tomatoes, spices, rocket and cheese) for £7 a portion — a 2,000 per cent mark-up on a 30p tin.

Jamie Oliver's recipe, from his book Comfort Food, requires cannellini beans and tinned tomatoes to recreate Heinz baked beans (stock image)

Jamie Oliver’s recipe, from his book Comfort Food, requires cannellini beans and tinned tomatoes to recreate Heinz baked beans (stock image)

Gordon Ramsay makes baked beans for his family every Sunday.His bean of choice is the haricot, cooked with passata, Worcestershire sauce, onion, sugar and sherry — but the end result looks identical to what comes out of a tin.

Tom Kerridge also uses haricot beans, served on toasted soda bread, as does Mary Berry, who adds golden syrup, black treacle and muscovado sugar to her ‘Boston baked beans’ dish.

MY METHOD: Plain old beans from a tin will do but, if you’re determined to make your own, cannellini beans are best as they soak up all the flavours from that tomato sauce.

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Want to learn Python? We found 5 online coding courses for beginners

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Though millions of Americans  due to the . If a new career move is what you’re after, can help you acquire the skill set for a new digital position, including opportunities to work from home — and there are plenty of online online coding class options that can help.

It’s important to know which programming language you want to learn before you get started — Python, JavaScript, C# or one of — and it hinges on what you want to do with it, like build a website, a game or an app. We recommend starting with Python, which is frequently ranked as an programming language often used in business settings.

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Here are five of the best online Python course options that you can take right now:

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No previous coding experience is required for this Python course, making it a good choice for the absolute beginner at Python programming. Jack Donaldson is a game designer and programmer who’ll teach you the basic concepts and fundamentals of the Python programming language. You’ll need a laptop or desktop computer and will start by and , an integrated development environment used to help build software applications. Both are free to download.

Donaldson first takes you through the introductory course topics, Python training basics like variables, data types, condition statements and manipulating strings and texts. He also covers more complicated advanced Python code topics like loops and functions. In his class description video, Donaldson says his Python online course relies heavily on “doing” — expect lots of projects and walkthroughs to help you build a foundation in Python skills.

What it costs: Some online classes on Skillshare are free when you create an account, but most require a premium membership, which costs $99 annually or $19 a month. You can sign up for 14 free days of unlimited classes. The premium membership is also ad-free and lets you download classes to your mobile device and watch offline. 

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The , offered on Coursera through the University of Michigan, explores the basics of the Python programming language, writing your first program and using variables and core programming tools.

The programming foundations course is part of the five-course . You can enroll in a single Python class to get started, go through Python certification, or audit the class and review the materials for kampus terbaik di lampung free. 

The Python for Everybody Specialization is considered a beginner specialization and if you subscribe to one Python course, you’ll be included in the whole specialization. According to Coursera, the first two Python online training courses offer Python tutorial basics aimed at those with no programming experience. 

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The online Python course is free to download and requires a laptop or desktop computer to learn Python coding skills.

What it costs: Coursera operates more like a traditional online college course with enrollment windows. Sometimes the certificates you earn can apply as a credit at an institution, but it has to be stated. When you sign up for Coursera, you get a seven-day free trial and then it costs $49 a month. You can also choose to audit the class for free, which lets you read and view the Python program course content only. 

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This Udemy course from a professional software developer aims to provide complete coding beginners with an understanding of Python fundamentals over 363 short lectures. You’ll learn Python programming skills that can be applied to specific branches like machine learning and data science as well as other programming jobs centered around Python. 

The course primarily focuses on Python 3 (the latest release being version 3.8), but you’ll also learn how to work with Python 2. You can on Python’s main site. As you learn more about the programming language, you can read up on the changes that have been implemented in the change logs. 

What it costs: Udemy’s course prices are set by the individual instructors from a price tier, unless they choose to offer them for free. This course costs $110, which is steeper than most of the others listed, but it has a lot to offer.

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The Python in 90 minutes class on Skillshare is a bite-size crash course on the coding language if you’re pressed for time or in need of a refresher. The instructor efficiently packs the essentials of Python into 25 lessons along with extra materials, reviews and practice sheets. This Python training course is aimed at beginners and will teach you the fundamentals. Like the others, you’ll need a laptop or desktop to work on.

What it costs: Some online classes on Skillshare are free when you create an account, but most require a premium membership, which costs $99 annually or $19 a month. You can sign up for 14 free days of unlimited classes. The premium membership is also ad-free and lets you download classes to your mobile device and watch offline. 

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This Python course from Texas A&M University Professor John Keysor starts with the basics and the course content takes a deep dive into the Python language over 24 lessons. Each lesson is about 30 minutes and builds upon the last to show you practical applications for Python. In the course description, Keysor notes such applications coding for games and graphics, analyzing sports statistics, simulating retirement funds and basic robotics. 

What it costs: The Great Courses doesn’t have a flat subscription fee like Skillshare. Keysor’s course costs $50 on instant video or $70 on DVD. At the time of publication a sale was happening on The Great Courses website. 

When you make a Great Courses account, you can stream the course for free with trial with The . The content can then be accessed over the iOS or Android app, or on your TV via the Roku app, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV.

To learn more digital skills, check out the free classes you can take . And for more, check out  and other online classes to help you , and .

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AirPods Max: 14 tips to master Apple’s latest wireless over-ear headphones

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Apple’s AirPods Max are expensive, but oh so fancy. 

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Apple surprised all of us and , the company’s first over-ear headphones, as one last announcement mid-December. The , but they’re also downright impressive.  says they sound “like high-end headphones, with tight bass, natural mids, crisp highs and a wide soundstage for a closed-back headphone.” 

From 20-hour battery life, active noise cancellation, a dedicated transparency mode and a super-fancy surround-sound mode called , there’s a lot to learn about Apple’s newest headphones. 

But that’s what we’re here for. Below we’ll walk you through 14 different features, tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your shiny headphones. 

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Bluetooth pairing with AirPods Max is really quick

Seriously, pairing the AirPods Max is an extremely simple process. You’ll need your iPhone or iPad and the headphones. Take the headphones out of the smart case and unlock your device. 

A second or two later, you’ll see an alert on your phone asking if you want to connect to the AirPods Max. Tap Connect and you’re technically done. However, Apple has added a brief tutorial that walks you through some of the basic controls as well as asks if you want to enable Spatial Audio after playing a brief demo (more on that in a minute). 

Once your AirPods Max are paired, the headphones will automatically work with the rest of your Apple devices that use your Apple ID. You won’t have to repeat this process for each device. 

If you’re setting up your headphones with a Mac and not an iPhone or iPad, you’ll need to follow the steps in our next tip. 

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The AirPods Max only has two buttons, neither of which is a power button, and no touch controls.

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Connect AirPods Max to a Mac or non-Apple device

At their core, the AirPods Max are still Bluetooth headphones. That means you can connect them to other Bluetooth devices, like the new Chromecast, an Android phone or Windows PC. 

However, pairing to a non-Apple device or a Mac requires some extra steps. Namely, you’ll need to put the headphones in pairing mode by holding in the noise control button until the indicator light starts blinking white. The button is located on the top of the right ear cup, while the indicator light is on the bottom of the same side. 

With the headphones in pairing mode, open the Bluetooth settings on the device you want to pair them with, select AirPods Max from nearby devices and follow the prompts. 

Learn the controls

The AirPods Max lack any touch controls, and instead rely on a digital crown, just like what you’ll find on an Apple Watch, and a stand-alone noise control button. Both buttons are on top of the right ear cup, and serve multiple purposes. 

Let’s start with the digital crown, which offers plenty of controls and features. 

  • Control the volume level by turning the crown in either direction.
  • Single-press to play or pause.
  • Double-press the crown to skip forward.
  • Triple-press to go back.
  • Press and hold to trigger Siri.

The digital crown is also how you answer or end a phone call. 

  • Single-press to answer or end a call.
  • Double-press to reject a call.
  • During a call, single press to answer a second incoming call and put the first call on hold.
  • With two calls active, double-press to hang up the current call and switch to the other call.
  • Press and hold to reject a second incoming call.
  • Double-press to stop listening through your headphones and send the call to your phone.
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The controversial case.

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Use your iPhone, iPad or Mac to control AirPods Max

If you find it easier to switch between active noise cancellation and transparency mode or turn spatial audio on and off using an iPhone, iPad or Mac, you can do that, too. 

With your AirPods Max connected to an iPhone or iPad, swipe down from the top-right corner of your screen to access the Control Center. Long-press on the volume slider and then adjust your settings as desired. 

On a Mac, click on the AirPods Max icon in the menu bar and then select the mode you want to use. Right now, spatial audio on the Mac isn’t possible. 

How to turn AirPods Max on or off

The short answer? You can’t. The AirPods Max are either on your head and actively in use, or in some form of low-power state to prolong the battery. 

When not in use, place the headphones in the smart case to instantly put them, effectively, to sleep. If you forget to put them in the case and simply place them on a desk or table, they’ll eventually enter that same state, but it will take longer to get there. 

Auto-play and auto-pause are still a thing

If you take the headphones off, or just lift an ear cup off your head, anything you’re listening to will automatically pause. When you put the headphones back on, they should reconnect and begin auto-playing whatever was last playing. 

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There are plenty of settings you can change, you just have to know where to look. 

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Siri is always available

If you have “Hey, Siri” enabled on your iPhone, iPad or Mac, your AirPods Max will follow suit. Whenever you’re wearing the headphones and need to do something like change albums, send a message or place a call, use the wake phrase of “Hey, Siri” followed by your command or question. 

Here’s where you can adjust AirPods Max settings

There is a settings page for your AirPods Max, kampus terbaik di lampung but unlike the Apple Watch, which has its own dedicated app, it’s buried in your iPhone’s Bluetooth settings page. Specifically, you need to go to Settings > Bluetooth > Tap on the “i” next to your AirPods Max. 

On this page you’ll find options to change the name of your AirPods, adjust the direction you turn the digital crown to adjust volume, disable automatic switching, among other settings. 

I highly recommend going through this page and familiarizing yourself of what you can and can’t control. 

Test out spatial audio

During the initial pairing process, you were given the chance to listen to a demo and decide if you want to turn it on. The demo is brief, and does an alright job of showing off what the feature can do; which is to create a surround sound-like environment inside your headphones, that adjusts in real-time as you move your head. 

But in order to really get a good idea of what spatial audio does, I suggest watching any content that supports Dolby Atmos 5.1 or 7.1 audio. Apple TV Plus subscribers can use the Tom Hanks movie Greyhound or if you have Disney Plus, any of The Mandalorian episodes are fantastic examples. 

While watching a show on your iPhone or iPad, turn your head to hear the sound move around you. It’s a crazy experience, no doubt. 

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That cable right there? It’ll cost you. 

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How to view battery level

Whenever the AirPods Max are in use, you can view the current battery level by looking in the top-right corner of your iPhone or iPad’s screen. If you’re using them with a Mac, you can click on the AirPods Max icon in the menu bar to view your battery level. 

Another option to check on battery status is to use the battery widget on your iPhone or iPad, or simply place your AirPods Max next to your iPhone or iPad and wait for a the battery life alert to show up. 

Need a wired connection?

You can use the AirPods Max as wired headphones, but you’ll need to buy a separate cable. It’s a $35 Lightning-to-3.5mm cable you can

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The mesh canopy.

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The ear cups come off for cleaning

Each ear cup is magnetically attached to the headphones, allowing you to remove and clean it. Or if one gets damaged beyond repair, you can

Having issues? Try a soft reset

If you’re having issues with the AirPods Max, you can soft reset them — which is akin to restarting your computer — by holding in the noise control button and the digital crown until the status light turns amber. 

How to factory reset AirPods Max

If you’re returning the AirPods Max, selling them, or need to factory reset them for another reason, you can do that by holding in the noise control button and the digital crown until the indicator light turns amber and then white. 

After mastering your AirPods Max, make sure to feature that allows you to share whatever you’re listening to with a friend without sharing earbuds. If you’re annoyed by the new automatic switching feature in iOS 14, you can . If you’re looking for tips and tricks for iOS 14, .

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Hilarious moment father photobombs girl's video presentation

A hilarious father photobombed his daughter’s video presentation for her teacher with some impressive dance moves in footage which has since gone viral.   

In the video, little Delaney says ‘so today we’re going to be doing some crafts’ as she moves the camera into position in her kitchen in Beaverton, .

She then instructs her Amazon Alexa to play Kidz Bop’s Uptown Funk as she begins the tutorial, stamping and pouring glitter glue on a sheet of paper.

Unbeknownst to her, Delaney’s father Isaac had entered the kitchen while she worked, dancing furiously to the track in the background of the shot.

However, after one particularly loud move, Delaney tells those watching ‘that’s just my dad’ before diligently continuing the presentation for her first-grade teacher.  

As she works on a presentation, Delaney's father Isaac Jones (pictured) enters the room behind her and begins furiously dancing to Kidz Bop's Uptown Funk in Beaverton, Oregon

As she works on a presentation, Delaney’s father Isaac Jones (pictured) enters the room behind her and begins furiously dancing to Kidz Bop’s Uptown Funk in Beaverton, Oregon

Moments later, as the student pours pink glitter glue on her work, her father picks up her youngest sibling Teddy to join in the impromptu dance.  

Her older brother Hunter also begins to sing along with Uptown Funk, prompting Delaney to ask: ‘What is wrong with this family?’

‘This is my brother,’ she continues as he steps into shot, before bursting into laughter when her father holds her youngest sibling in front of the camera in time with the music.

The young girl goes on to explain she provided the presentation to ‘spread some Christmas cheer’ as she doesn’t know when she will next see her teachers.

After one particularly loud move, Delaney tells those watching 'that's just my dad' before diligently continuing the presentation for her first-grade teacher

After one particularly loud move, Delaney tells those watching ‘that’s just my dad’ before diligently continuing the presentation for her first-grade teacher

Moments later, as the student pours pink glitter glue on her work, her father picks up her youngest sibling Teddy to join in the impromptu dance

Moments later, as the student pours pink glitter glue on her work, her father picks up her youngest sibling Teddy to join in the impromptu dance

The video ends as Delaney runs off to grab ‘sparkles, which my dad hates,’ and her brother re-enters the video.  

Her mother Jennifer Jones discovered the video when checking her daughter’s virtual school portal later that day.

She said on Facebook: ‘I was checking Delaney’s Seesaw [the app she uses for school] and she often will send her teachers random videos wishing them well, or goodnight, or just talking to talk. 

‘Well…I found this as a sent video from earlier today. I hope her teacher laughed as hard as I did…’

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Her mother Jennifer Jones (right with Delaney) discovered the video when checking her daughter’s virtual school portal later that day

Pictured: Isaac and Jennifer Jones with their three children Delaney, Hunter and Teddy

Pictured: Isaac and Jennifer Jones with their three children Delaney, terbaik sumatera Hunter and Teddy

She later added: ‘Daddy thought she was just making a “tutorial” like she typically does.He didn’t know she uploaded it to Seesaw and sent it to her first grade teacher!’

The video has since been viewed more than 10million times, prompting Mrs Jones to say: ‘I can speak for all of us here in the Jones house by saying how over joyed and blessed we feel to have such a strong reaction to our video. 

‘As a mother and wife I’m deeply humbled by the messages and reactions I have received from so many of you. 

‘My plan was to share part of my world with some of my closest friends, and in doing so this became bigger than I ever could have imagined. 

‘Thank you for sharing your stories with me and your messages of joy!I promise you, I have read every one of them!’

The video has gained thousands of comments since it was posted to social media on November 18, with one user saying: ‘Omg LOL! “What is wrong with this family?” She says.Haha love it!’

Another added: ‘Isn’t this exactly how everyone’s working from home is going?’

‘This is amazing the way they’re all just springing up dancing and she just keeps going, bless,’ said a third.

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