Tyrrells has launched two new flavours of potato chips for summer Garden Herbs and Summer Barbecue. They will both be available in new 40g bag sizes, as well as sharing bags of 150g. The Garden Herbs variety blends basil, thyme, rosemary and oregano, while Summer Barbecue has a “smoky” flavour.Tyrrells grows its own potatoes to produce its chips at Tyrrells Court Farm in Herefordshire. Other varieties include Lightly Sea Salted, Sea Salt & Black Pepper, Sweet Chilli & Red Pepper and Ludlow Sausage with Wholegrain Mustard.RRP £0.64 for 40gwww.tyrrellspotatochips.co.uk
Chinese shipyard Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding has hired France-based Gaztransport et Technigaz (GTT) to design liquefied natural gas tanks for two floating storage and regasification units (FSRUs).The contract is related to two dual purpose vessels, which are capable of operating as efficient LNG carriers and FSRUs, which are under construction at Shanghai, China. The vessels are being built for LNG transportation company Dynagas and are scheduled to be delivered in 2021.Under the deal, GTT will design the LNG tanks of both units, each with a capacity of 174,000 m3. The French marine engineering firm said that the membrane cryogenic containment system NO96 GW, with glass wool insulation, will be used for the LNG storage on board. Currently, 14 vessels in operation and 42 on order use this technology.“We are pleased to once again accompany the ship-owner Dynagas in its continued development in the LNG industry and to contribute to the very first FSRUs built by our Chinese partner Hudong-Zhonghua. This new order highlights the trusting relationships GTT maintains with this shipyard, which is part of the biggest shipbuilding group in China,” Philippe Berterottière, Chairman and CEO of GTT, said.
Beckham, a three-time Pro Bowl selection in five seasons with the Giants, will begin a new chapter this season playing for a resurgent Browns franchise. Cleveland acquired the 26-year-old receiver via an offseason trade. Beckham said he felt “disrespected” upon hearing the news.”My initial reaction was not disappointment.… I felt disrespected,” Beckham said. “Like, after everything I’ve done for them. This is me being honest: This team has not been good for the last six years. Period. … I felt disrespected, because I felt like I was a main reason at keeping that [Giants] brand alive. They were getting prime-time games, still, as a 5-and-11 team. Why? Because people want to see the show. You want to see me play. That’s just real rap. I’m not sitting here like, ‘It’s because of me.’ But let’s just be real.” Tyreek Hill update: Kansas DA refused NFL’s request for information in child abuse allegations Mark Sanchez retires from NFL for ESPN job Odell Beckham Jr. was on the cover of GQ Magazine’s August issue, and because he is OBJ, no one will be surprised to learn he stirred some controversy in the feature article.The Browns wide receiver touched on many topics, including his belief that he is held to a different standard than Patriots quarterback Tom Brady because of race. “Race plays into everything, whether we want to believe it or not,” Beckham told GQ. “I remember posting a video of me and Tom Brady, and I hate to even bring him in this, but he’s passionate. He cares — he wouldn’t still be playing if he didn’t care for the game the way that he did today. He throws a cup, he yells at referees, he yells at his coach. It’s because he cares that bad. He wants to win that bad. Now, because he has won six Super Bowls they validate him and say, ‘He’s won six Super Bowls.’Presenting GQ’s August cover star: @obj https://t.co/V3m7IHkVu0 pic.twitter.com/xwsBOLixaL— GQ Magazine (@GQMagazine) July 22, 2019“I want to win the same way he wants to win. Whether I hit a kicking net or whether I do whatever. I want to win that bad. I care about winning more than anything. I didn’t get into this to celebrate and score touchdowns. I didn’t get into this for followers for Instagram. It’s, like, you’ve built a monster, but now you’re upset at the one you built. Why are you mad at me? While I’m playing football, I’m not holding a camera on myself. Everything is about what you show the world.” Related News Odell Beckham Jr. opens up about trade, importance of happiness
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