Oxford College Bar Review has called Regent’s Park College bar “the best in Oxford” amidst allegations that it has plagiarised St Peter’s College’s ‘Cross Keys’ cocktail recipe. The supposed “theft” has caused uproar at St Peter’s, with students describing it as “an outrage”, “a crime”, “annoying”, “the greatest compliment they could’ve given us”, and “only a way for them to acknowledge” that St Peter’s Bar is “at the top of the chain”.According to the bar treasurer of St Peter’s, the Oxford College Bar Review divulged the Cross Keys recipe on Facebook, where he believes Regent’s Park found it. He added that the Cross Keys cocktail is a staple of the college. He said: “If this was between Wetherspoons and something else, they would sue each other, but because it’s at college level it’s trivial.” When asked, the bar manager of Regent’s Park, Trevor Lau, denied the allegations of theft. He admitted there are certain similarities between their ‘Paradise’ drink and the Cross Keys, but stated that their drink was made independently through their own trial-and-error process.The drink has subsequently been renamed the ‘Salty Peter’s’, as a “response to undue saltiness over such a small matter.” Lau also expressed a wish to “congratulate St. Peter’s Bar for being the first ever bar to mix fruit juice with alcohol.” St John’s College has also been criticised for using a cocktail with a similar recipe to the Cross Keys. When asked about the matter, St John’s Bar Manager Yannick Joseph told Cherwell: “We can stop serving the drink, it was a trial run anyway.“I only started serving it because students were asking for it. I got the recipe from a student who came to the bar.”
Premier Foods has announced it has reached an agreement to sell its four Irish brands – Gateaux, Chivers, McDonnells and the Erin licence – to The Boyne Valley Group for €41.4 million (£34.7m).It comes the week after an announcement that Premier was selling its Brookes Avana business to 2 Sisters Food Group for a cash consideration of £30m.Premier said the move represents a further step in the Group’s strategy to focus investment behind eight ‘power brands’, which include Hovis and Mr Kipling. Chivers is Ireland’s third largest ambient dessert brand, while Chivers Jelly is the second largest jam brand on the market, according to Premier. Gateaux manufactures 20 types of traditional cakes. McDonnells manufactures Supernoodles and curry sauce, while Erin is a trademark of Erin Foods Ltd, and Premier Foods produces soups under the licence.Michael Clarke, chief executive officer, Premier Foods said: “The sale of these Irish Brands will enable us to focus on supporting our Power Brands in line with our overall strategy. Coming hard on the heels of the announcement of the Brookes Avana sale agreement, this underlines our determination to streamline the business to help restore profitable growth quickly.”Premier Foods Ireland forms part of the Group’s Grocery division and is the fifth largest supplier of ambient groceries to the Irish market.>>Premier agrees Brookes Avana sale
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Hawks’ Trae Young on 2019 rookie class: ‘I feel like I’m the best one in it’ The 29-year-old guard poured in 30 or more points in 32 straight games from mid-December to late February, a mark topped only by Wilt Chamberlain. Related News 🚀 @JHarden13 goes for 31 PTS, 10 AST, 8 REB, becoming the first player in @NBAHistory to score 30+ points against all 29 opponents in the same season! #Rockets pic.twitter.com/W7P6p2DBBg— NBA (@NBA) March 20, 2019Harden is having a historic season. He’s averaging 35.8 points, 7.7 assists and 6.4 rebounds while shooting 43.5 percent from the field and 35.5 percent from 3-point range. James Harden continues to make history.The Rockets star tallied 31 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds in his team’s 121-105 win over the Hawks on Tuesday. In the process, he became the first player ever to score 30 or more points against all 29 opponents in one season. Warriors’ Draymond Green on Kevin Durant’s free agency: ‘Whatever happens this summer happens’ The Rockets improved to 45-26 with the win in Atlanta. They finished play Tuesday in third place of the Western Conference standings.