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Home Explore E-News: Issue 20

E-News: Issue 20

Published by Evergreen Trading, 2020-05-26 13:28:29

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We hope you had a nice MDW! EMPLOYEE CREDO WHAT WE LOVE With only a few days left in May, THIS WEEK warmer weather is here to stay! Congrats Taqua for being this week’s Employee Spotlight! If you’d like to recognize someone in a future issue please reach out to Kerry Sullivan! The CMO Podcast As you enjoy the summer months, Jim Stengel, former CMO of the it’s important to have a WFH routine that works for you. largest marketer in the world Balance is key! Book that much (Procter & Gamble), and now needed vacation and also learn small company entrepreneur sits new skills both inside and outside down for intimate conversations the office. with the most dynamic CMOs In this edition, we highlight some from all over the industry. great “Staycation” ideas that can be done during your work week, Check it out here as well as creative skills worth learning! The Beachcomber Chair Combining the comfort of a Congrats to Taqua Elleithy for folding chair with the ease and being this week’s Employee convenience of a beach mat, this Spotlight! Her outstanding foldable lounger will be your performance during these past WFH months has really shown. new favorite summer accessory! Lastly, Jessica Chappell is this week’s featured Guest Check it out here Contributor. She shares a tasty recipe using a key local ingredient Evergreen Trading Vo l . 2 0 from her home state – Maine! Have a great week! The comeback is always stronger than the setback. - Unknown

STAYCATION IDEAS THAT’LL CREATIVE SKILLS MAKE YOU FEEL REFRESHED! WORTH LEARNING Whether you want have a staycation at home or explore the Want to do something cool in 2020? One of the best ways to local area, here are some fun ideas fit for everyone in the fam! leverage your spare time in the upcoming year is to learn a new skill. Just think about the most successful people in the world. Take a Day Trip To SeaWorld- Looking to Those who consistently succeed are those who are best at learning new skills. With that in mind, there are countless things you can escape with the kids to one of their favorite parks? learn in your spare time. See below for a few of our suggestions! SeaWorld, one of ET’s clients, is inviting fans to continue feeling the virtual wonders and adventure 1 Speak a New Language with Confidence- of their park right from the comfort of home. Check out apps like Babbel that simplifies learning the Click here to enter the experience! way you learn a new foreign language. Learn more here. Host A Virtual Cooking Party- If you're one of 2 Master Photoshop- Whether you’re interested in graphic or web design or those travelers who eats your way around new want to make personal photos look professional, Photoshop locales, transform your kitchen into a virtual is an awesome tool to know, and great resume builder! dining destination. Host a virtual cooking party Click here to learn more about beginner courses. with home cooking new york, and create an exotic dinner with friends! 3 Learn How To Think Positive- Check out home cooking new york party packages! Positive thinking is a skill. It’s something you need to work at intentionally to improve, and learning the skill of positivity Pitch a Tent- Pack the car and gear up for a Is certainly worth the time invested! Click here to learn 100 easy positive thinking exercises that weekend spent in the great outdoors at a local Will make you feel happier and healthier! campground. Unsure of which site to visit? Explore and book top campgrounds in your area through Hipcamp. Whether you’re traveling via RV, looking for a campsite, or prefer a rustic cabin, Hipcamp has you covered! Click here for more information! Evergreen Trading Vo l . 2 0

EMPLOYEE SPOTLIGHT – JESSICA CHAPPELL I recently received a package from my TRADITIONAL FIDDLEHEAD RECIPE 5 and 6 year old nephews who live on the Maine border in Northern New INGREDIENTS Getting ready to Hampshire. The package contained cook fiddleheads! freshly foraged fiddlehead ferns, the • 1 pound fresh picked fiddleheads result of a 5 mile hike, turned • 2 tablespoons olive oil homeschooling lesson and my brother’s • 1 - 2 tablespoons sweet salted butter need to “get the boys out of the house, • 2 -3 cloves fresh minced garlic so they stop destroying everything.” • ¼ cup pancetta or bacon, cubed Kosher or If you’re not from northern New sea salt and ground black pepper to taste England you may not be familiar with these tightly coiled fern shoots that DIRECTIONS The finished arrive for a few weeks each product! spring. Fiddleheads are a Maine • Trim the browned ends of the stems and woods’ delicacy and a dinner table vigorously cold rinse the fiddleheads in a Drawing by staple of any true Mainer for about 3 colander. Charles weeks in April and May. They have a Chappell age delicious nutty flavor that is somewhat • Place them in a large kettle of cold water and 6. Self reminiscent of freshly picked swirl them around, rubbing off the thin flakes portrait of asparagus. of brown chaff. picking Fiddleheads in As I enjoyed my sautéed fiddleheads I • Drain and dry in 4 layers of paper towels, the woods. was reminded of fond memories rubbing off any remaining chaff. growing up in Maine. Like my Evergreen Trading Vo l . 2 0 nephews, I too headed into the woods • Heat oil in a sauté pan over medium high heat. with the guidance of my grandfather to • Add the bacon or pancetta and cook, stirring collect these tiny green gems. While many things about spring of 2020 has until lightly browned, 2 minutes. been uncertain and unpredictable, • Add ferns and garlic and cook, covered, for 3 there are still things we can count on, like spring turning into summer and the minutes. sprouting of fiddle heads. I’ve included • Uncover and cook for an additional 3 minutes a traditional fiddlehead recipe that’s sure to please every palette. Enjoy! or until they are tender but still are slightly crunchy. - Jessica • Add in the butter, sauté for a minute or two to coat the fiddleheads with the melted butter, and then season to taste with salt & pepper. • Serve immediately.

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