Monthly Archives: March 2013
And welcome bake to the Running show, Good day UND it’s looking like another sunny day today a high of 30 little wind. The movie of the week [GI JOE A REAL AMERICAN HERO] GI JOE, USA mission force battles Cobra an evil organization trying to take over the world. If you dont have any plans this long weekend this will be a great movie to see.
Have a good day everybody!
If you’ve frequented the UND Wellness Center in the last couple of days, you may have noticed that there is some new décor in the weight room. Big bold letters telling you to “PUT AWAY YOUR WEIGHTS” is what you are greeted by.
This campaign/promo is coming on the heels of many many complaints from participants of having to clean up after their peers just to do their own workout. This policy has always been in place at the Wellness – to help keep the Wellness looking its best and also to provide a common courtesy to your fellow Wellness members. Why should they have to clean up after you? They aren’t your mother – and I’m pretty sure your mother would just make you do it yourself anyways.
So please do your part & clean up after yourself – and this could include putting your dirty sweat towels in the bins that are out there and wipe down your sweat covered machines – no one wants to lay in your sweat, so use the sanitizing wipes that are provided.
Remember YOU can to help keep the Wellness clean!
The long road to the championship started back in October and after 5 months of league play and playoffs; three champions emerged from the D1, D2, and D3 leagues on the REA Main Ice.
You are a Leader.
What… you don’t like to stand in front of a crowd while dancing and singing?
Big whoop. You’re still a Leader.
You have a circle of influence; likewise, you are in someone else’s circle of influence.
During my years as a ND 4-H Ambassador, I learned an important lesson: some of our group’s best leaders were those who preferred to stand behind the machine that was casting the spotlight.
Too often I think we associate Leadership with the act of being up in front of a group, but that is not necessarily the case. And in order to be successful, we need variety.
In today’s workforce, it has become more important than ever to increase your portfolio, knowledge, and experience. The more that you are able to bring to the table, the easier it may be to find a job after graduation.
One of our main focuses within the Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals is Professional Development. We want to help our members become the best versions of themselves, and one of the ways we do this is by offering a one day Leadership Development Seminar called Chick-Fil-A Leadercast.
This is an internationally-known simulcast that takes place in Atlanta, and allows people like you or me to listen to outstanding leaders without having to leave the city.
We recently found out we have access to FREE student tickets… this is an $85.00 value!
If you’re interested, please email me (email@example.com).
You can learn more about Leadercast by visiting our website:
This year the theme is “Simply Lead,” and I can’t WAIT to see you there!
Good morning UND nice sunny today high of 19. Hope everyone had a nice snow day, a good day to stay inside make some treats and watch movies. Speaking of movies the movie of the week is The Call. Halle Berry is back on the big screen as a 911 operator, this call will keep you on the edge of your seat all hour-long. Have a good day everybody
Did you get a chance to attend the Wellness Expo and see all of the wonderful dishes being prepared by Chef Greg?
Greg Gefroh is the Executive Chef for UND. He was a guest presenter during the 2nd Annual Wellness Expo that took place on February 27th. He prepared Apple Salsa with Cinnamon Banana Chips, Fresh Salsa, and Asian Edamame Hummus.
Here are the recipes for each of these delicious dishes:
Apple Salsa with Cinnamon Banana Chips
(Serves 8 – 2 oz. servings)
LB & OZ scale, Measuring Cups & Spoons, Chef’s Knife, Paring Knife, Cutting Board (Green), Peeler, Corer, (2) Mixing Bowls, Bake Pan, Slotted spoon for service
1 ea. – Apple, Granny Smith, peeled, cored, diced
1 ea. – Kiwi, fresh, peeled, diced
4 oz. – Strawberries, fresh, diced
1 tsp. – Pepper, Jalapeno, diced
1 ea. – Orange, fresh, zested & juiced
1 tsp. – Herb, Mint, fresh, chopped
1 TBSP – Sugar, Brown
4 oz. – Banana Chip, dried
¼ tsp. – Cinnamon
1 TBSP – Sugar
Method of Preparation:
- Clean & cut all veggies, fruit & herbs. Leave skin on apple. Peel kiwi. Remove stems & half strawberries. Zest & juice orange.
- In a clean mixing bowl, measure & combine apple, kiwi, jalapeno, orange, mint & brown sugar. Strawberries need to be added just before service as they will bleed into other fruits. Place in cooler until service. This step can be done day ahead.
- In a clean mixing bowl, measure & combine banana chips, cinnamon & sugar. Place on sprayed 2″ full size pan. Bake in oven at 325F. for 10-15 minutes. Stir once during process.
- Mix Step #2 & Step #3 together & add strawberries. Mix to incorporate
- Garnish – Herb, Mint, fresh, sprig
(Serves 50 – 2 oz. servings)
LB & OZ scale, Measuring Cups & Spoons, Chef’s Knife, Paring Knife, Cutting Board (Green), Mixing Bowl, Tong for service
3 Lbs. – Tomato, fresh, diced
4 oz. – Onion, Green, sliced
8 oz. – Onion, Red, diced
8 oz. – Onion, Yellow, diced
4 oz. – Pepper, Jalapeno, diced
1 TBSP – Cilantro, fresh, chopped
1 TBSP – Garlic, fresh, minced
2 oz. – Seasoning salt, Lawry’s
5 C. – Juice, Tomato
¼ C. – Juice, Lemon
Method of Preparation:
- Clean & cut all vegetables & herbs. Place in a mixing bowl.
- Measure & add garlic, seasoning salt, tomato juice, & lemon juice. Mix to incorporate.
- Garnish – Cilantro, sprig
- Best if left to sit overnight for flavors to blend
Asian Edamame Hummus
LB & OZ scale, Measuring Cups & Spoons, Chef’s Knife, Paring Knife, Cutting Board (Green), 2-Qt Sauce Pan, Mixing Bowl, Food Processor, Sheet Pan
10 oz. – Edamame, soybean, shelled, cooked
½ TBSP – Garlic Cloves, minced
½ TBSP – Ginger, minced
½ each – Orange, fresh, juiced
¼ C. – Oil, Canola
1 TBSP – Oil, Sesame
½ oz. – Nut, Sesame Seeds, toasted
1 TBSP – Sugar, Brown
½ TBSP – Soy Sauce
(To thin) Water
Method of Preparation:
- Place edamame in 2-Qt sauce pan. Steam 8 minutes or until soft. Place in cooler to cool.
- Toast sesame seeds in oven set to 350F.
- Juice orange.
- In a food processor, measure & combine cooled edamame, garlic, ginger, orange juice, canola oil, sesame oil, toasted sesame seeds, brown sugar, soy sauce & water.
- Finished product should have consistency of peanut butter. Smooth & creamy.
- Garnish – Nut, Sesame Seed toasted
What did you think of Chef Greg? Will you try these recipes at home?
Are you looking for a fitness challenge in your life? Then sign up for the “5 Day Challenge!” The challenge is an event held at the Wellness Center running from March 20th through March 24th. Each day the participants will complete the appropriate task. Champions will be determined at the end of the 5th day!
Day 1: The Cooper Test – Run 12 minutes and measure the distance traveled
Day 2: The “Ups” – Push ups + Pull ups + Sit ups + Jump squat – Participants weakest category = Score
Day 3: Let’s Rock – Transverse the rock wall for as long as possible
Day 4: Row, row, row – Row for 10 minutes and see how far you went
Day 5: The 40/40 Challenge – Click HERE to learn more about this challenge
If you’re interested or would like more information about this event, contact Jesse Stein at 701.777.2719 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good Morning UND, looking like another nice day sunny with a high if 21. The movie of the week Dead Man Down a classic action movie on the big screen, keep you on the edge of your seat all hour-long. The Running Show brings you [Unbelievable Moments] I go shopping last week I buy an expensive jacket but as I pay the sales men gives me that look, I go home thinking I am going to put that salesmen right out of commission the next day. I return the jacket the lady asks why I say I don’t care for the salesmen who sold it to me she says we can’t take back an item based on spite. I says ok I just want to return it whats the difference she says sorry you already said spite too late.