Jon Hammond's Sliced Baked Almonds with Olive Oil Sea Salt Fresh Pepper 23 A Day for Health

Jon Hammond's Sliced Baked Almonds with Olive Oil Sea Salt Fresh Pepper 23 A Day for Health Finished Product! *my latest kitchen action - Jon’s sliced baked Sea Salt / Pepper Almonds for health! 23 a day, that means, 23 small in morning, and 23 small halves in evening - 46 halves equal 23! So…I get the raw almonds, then sit around and slice each one in half. Then spread out on a pan and put some real Olive Oil on - some Sea Salt and fresh ground Pepper - put the oven on Bake around 475 and keep a close eye on them…they come out real good and a hell of a lot easier to eat and chew, nice 'n crunchy! these ones just got cooked up, Jon Hammond: Almond Wiki The almond (Prunus dulcis, syn. Prunus amygdalus) is a species of tree native to the Middle East, the Indian Subcontinent and North Africa. "Almond" is also the name of the edible and widely cultivated seed of this tree. Within the genus Prunus, it is classified with the peach in the subgenus Amygdalus, distinguished from the other subgenera by the corrugated shell (endocarp) surrounding the seed. The fruit of the almond is a drupe, consisting of an outer hull and a hard shell with the seed, which is not a true nut, inside. Shelling almonds refers to removing the shell to reveal the seed. Almonds are sold shelled or unshelled. Blanched almonds are shelled almonds that have been treated with hot water to soften the seedcoat, which is then removed to reveal the white embryo. The almond is a deciduous tree, growing 4–10 m (13–33 ft) in height, with a trunk of up to 30 cm (12 in) in diameter. The young twigs are green at first, becoming purplish where exposed to sunlight, then grey in their second year. The leaves are 3–5 inches long,[3] with a serrated margin and a 2.5 cm (1 in) petiole. The flowers are white to pale pink, 3–5 cm (1–2 in) diameter with five petals, produced singly or in pairs and appearing before the leaves in early spring.[4][5] Almond grows best in Mediterranean climates with warm, dry summers and mild, wet winters. The optimal temperature for their growth is between 15 and 30 °C (59 and 86 °F) and the tree buds have a chilling requirement of 300 to 600 hours below 7.2 °C (45.0 °F) to break dormancy.[6] Almonds begin bearing an economic crop in the third year after planting. Trees reach full bearing five to six years after planting. The fruit matures in the autumn, 7–8 months after flowering Nutrition folks!: "The almond is a nutritionally dense food (see chart pictured right) and a 100 gram serving is a rich source (>20% of the Daily value, DV) of the B vitamins riboflavin and niacin, vitamin E, and the essential minerals calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, and zinc. The same serving size is also a good source (10–19% DV) of the B vitamins thiamine, vitamin B6, and folate; choline; and the essential mineral potassium. They are also rich in dietary fiber, monounsaturated fats, and polyunsaturated fats, fats which potentially may lower LDL cholesterol.[46] Typical of nuts and seeds, almonds also contain phytosterols such as beta-sitosterol, stigmasterol, campesterol, sitostanol, and campestanol, which have been associated with cholesterol-lowering properties.[46] Preliminary research associates consumption of almonds with elevated blood levels of high density lipoproteins and lower low density lipoproteins.[46] Almonds may cause allergy or intolerance. Cross-reactivity is common with peach allergens (lipid transfer proteins) and tree nut allergens. Symptoms range from local signs and symptoms (e.g., oral allergy syndrome, contact urticaria) to systemic signs and symptoms including anaphylaxis (e.g., urticaria, angioedema, gastrointestinal and respiratory symptoms).[47] During the digestion process in humans, almond flour may be fermented into short-chain fatty acids, most notably butyrate which is a substrate for cells lining the large intestine." Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz) Energy 2,408 kJ (576 kcal) Carbohydrates 21.69 g Starch 0.74 g Sugars lactose 3.89 g 0.00 g Dietary fiber 12.2 g Fat 49.42 g Saturated 3.731 g Monounsaturated 30.889 g Polyunsaturated 12.070 g #WATCHMOVIE HERE: Jon Hammond Show From Tokyo 11 19 MNNTV Jon's archive Usage Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Topics MNNTV, Jon Hammond Show, XK5, XK-5 Organ, Harmonica, Koei Tanaka, Joe Berger, Suzuki Musical, Big Sight Tokyo, #HammondOrgan Jon Hammond Show from Tokyo 11 19 MNN TV - Preview! Streaming from MNN TV on 59th Street, Channel 1 - Jon Hammond Air Time 01:30 AM 11 19 first segment: Hammond XK-5 Organ NEW Demo LATE RENT by Jon Hammond at Japan Music Instruments Fair in Tokyo Big Sight - MUSICIANS: Koei Tanaka harmonica, Joe Berger guitar, Takano Naoyuki tenor saxophone, Jon Hammond XK5 Hammond Organ in Suzuki Musical Instruments Stand #XK5 #HammondOrgan #TenorSax #Harmonica #KoeiTanaka #Guitar @JonHammondBand second segment: New Organ Product XK-5 LYDIA'S TUNE at Japan Musical Instruments Fair Suzuki Musical Instruments Stand Tokyo Big Sight - Musicians: Joe Berger guitar, Koei Tanaka harmonica, Takano Naoyuki tenor saxophone, Jon Hammond XK-5 Hammond organ Special thanks Lars Heuseler, Masato Tomie, Shigeyuki Ohtaka, Kiyota Yamauchi H.264 download download 1 file MPEG4 download download 1 file OGG VIDEO download download 1 file TORRENT download download 34 Files Producer Jon Hammond Language English Jon Hammond Funk Unit CenterStage Presented by Pioneer DJ @NAMM Friday, January 20, 2017 at 4 PM - 4:40 PM The NAMM Show Anaheim, California NAMM LINK Artist Info Jon Hammond Organ+bass / Organist Leader Koei Tanaka Harmonica / Master Chromatic Harmonica Player Joe Berger Guitar / more band members tba - Photos by Lawrence Gay co-producer West Coast Live Radio Program ©JHINTL Genre: Funky Jazz and Blues Hometown: New York City FB Jon's archive Sennheiser In The News led by system designer Norbert Hilbich AMBEO 3D audio soundscapes guidePORT system wow! Jon Hammond Courtesy of Installation AV integration in a networked world LINK Photo: Dave Robinson --Sennheiser audio solutions - Daniel Sennheiser, CEO of Sennheiser – pictured (centre) holding a replica of a 1968 set of Sennheiser headphones - Installation AV Says: "Sennheiser has announced a new collaboration with the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London for the forthcoming exhibition You Say You Want a Revolution? Records & Rebels 1966 – 1970. The exhibition will open to the public on 10 September 2016 and run until 26 February 2017, following which it will tour internationally. Sennheiser will provide immersive sound utilising its AMBEO 3D audio technology delivered through a guidePORT audio guide system. Curated by Geoffrey Marsh and Victoria Broackes, the curatorial team behind the V&A’s David Bowie is, the new exhibition is designed in six distinct sections. It will explore the late 1960s through hundreds of exhibits from the V&A’s extensive collections alongside a selection of loans that range from design, music, film, fashion and consumer products to photography, posters and books. It is designed by Nissen Richards Studio, with video content designed by Fray studio, and sound design by Carolyn Downing. Music will play a key role in the exhibition, said Broakes: “The music running through You Say You Want a Revolution will represent the backbone and heart of the exhibition; it will be an object in itself. Therefore, we are delighted to be working with Sennheiser once again. Their expertise in 3D immersive audio will push the limits of the sound experience still further.” Working closely with the exhibition’s sound designer Carolyn Downing, the Sennheiser team, led by system designer Norbert Hilbich (left of picture), will be setting up two AMBEO 3D audio soundscapes. One will place visitors in an immersive environment evoking the political issues and fight against censorship and the establishment of the late 1960s while the other will recreate a live concert atmosphere with upmixed audio material from the period. Hilbich told Installation that the new exhibition will contain a lot more music than David Bowie is. “We have quite a big bunch of songs that they think we should transfer to 3D audio, but the process is not finished. There are plenty of ideas – we now have to [think about] how we put it into operation, what will it sound like, which part of the songs we should take and so on.” After being set up in the studio, Hilbich added, the mix will be adjusted on site to suit the acoustics of the venue – as was also done with the Bowie exhibition. Visitors will be accompanied through the exhibition by a Sennheiser audio guide system. The guidePORT system will deliver hundreds of personal, automatically triggered stereo feeds simultaneously. It will transmit real-time, lip-sync audio to fully immerse visitors in the sights and sounds of the late 1960s. The system at the V&A will comprise 750 receiver units with high-quality headphones, along with several transmission and trigger units that will be hidden from sight. Robert Genereux (right of picture), business director system design at Sennheiser, said: “The headphone part [using the guidePORT system] will be similar, but along the way they are going to create ‘disturbances’ in the headphone experience in different sections. This will be a little bit of a difference [from] the guidePORT experience for Bowie, which is uniform all the way from the beginning to the ‘show moment’.” Daniel Sennheiser, CEO of Sennheiser – pictured (centre) holding a replica of a 1968 set of Sennheiser headphones – commented: “We are absolutely thrilled to cooperate with the Victoria and Albert Museum on yet another fantastic project. The V&A is uniquely positioned to curate an exhibition about this transformational time in our more recent history. The artistic quality of the exhibition together with spectacular exhibits and an innovative state-of-the-art sound experience, featuring Sennheiser’s AMBEO 3D audio technology, will make this exhibition a truly immersive experience.” Photo courtesy of PSN Europe: Dave Robinson "Bag O’Nails staircase pic: Sennheiser’s Robert Genereux (business director system design, strategic collaborations); Daniel Sennheiser, holding the reproduction HD414s; Eric Clapton(!) c. 1968; Norbert Hilbich (Sennheiser director spectrum affairs & system design)" PSN Europe Says: "Sennheiser to play major role at Sgt Pepper exhibition" LINK "Shards from Jimi Hendrix’s and Pete Townshend’s shattered guitars… The brown fringe jacket Roger Daltrey wore at Woodstock…. Handwritten lyrics for Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds by the Beatles… The suits worn by John Lennon and George Harrison on the cover of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band… All of these incredible artefacts are to be included in a major cultural retrospective to be held at the Victoria & Albert (V&A) Museum in September 2016. Called You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966–70, the exhibition will explore the era-defining significance and impact of the late 1960s upon life today. It follows the success of 2013’s David Bowie Is – the most popular exhibition ever held at the V&A – and once again, Sennheiser technology, including the guidePORT system and the emerging AMBEO 3D environment, will play a major part in the presentation and production of the show. You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966–70 will “investigate the upheaval, the explosive sense of freedom, and the legal changes that took place resulting in a fundamental shift in the mindset of the Western world”, say the curators, Victoria Broakes and Geoffrey Marsh. More than 350 objects from the period, encompassing photography, posters, literature, music, design, film, fashion, and performance, have been procured for the show: even a moon rock, and an Apple 1 computer (of which there are only four working models in the world). Details of Record and Rebels 1966-70 – which will run from September 2016 to February 2017 – were revealed at former legendary ’60s bar (now a private club) the Bag O’ Nails, just off London’s Carnaby Street, at the end of February. Martin Roth, director of the V&A, said it was one of the most important exhibitions the museum had curated. Broakes and Marsh agreed that the Sgt Pepper suits were some of the most difficult objects to secure – but they were items considered essential to the show. Levi’s and Sennheiser are key sponsors of the event, along with outfitter Fenwick and stylist Sassoon. “I knew some of the concept, but not all of it until today, so and I think it’s going to be a really, really exciting exhibition!” Sennheiser co-CEO Daniel Sennheiser told PSNEurope at the launch. He noted that one of the show themes – how the 1960s have shaped how we think today – is very much in tune with his company philosophy. In an introductory speech at the Bag O’Nails, Daniel spoke of how his grandfather’s business had mass-produced the HD414 headphones starting in 1968, and how it had gone on to be the “most sold headphone in the world”. Later, while clutching a pair based on the original ’60s design, Daniel told PSNEurope that the phones were never planned as a product but came about when some of the Sennheiser engineers were “playing around with microphone capsules” and noticed the transparency of the sound when they were placed close to the ear. “My grandfather [Fritz Sennheiser] said, OK, let’s make a product out of it. He asked the distributor at the time how many they could sell. But no one could imagine having a hi-fi sound ‘in your head’. The distributor said, maybe 500 worldwide! But grandfather said, to make it work financially, I need to make 5,000. “So he made 5,000 – and it was sold out in three months. And today, more than 12m pieces have been produced. And we can still sell you replacement earpads for a 1968 pair!” revealed Daniel. Working with the exhibition’s sound designer Carolyn Downing, the Sennheiser team (led by system designer Norbert Hilbich) will be setting up two AMBEO 3D audio soundscapes at the museum. One will place visitors in an immersive environment evoking the political issues and fight against censorship and the establishment of the late 1960s; the other will recreate a live concert atmosphere with upmixed audio material from the period. Of AMBEO 3D – demonstrated in London last year but launched official at CES earlier in 2016 – Daniel says: “The idea is to transport you into a different place. “We’re still learning how to use it and what we [can] do with it. It’s not just one technology, it’s about the capturing, the mixing, the creation of the spacial audio, then the processing and the playback. [But] that’s where Sennheiser is uniquely positioned [at the V&A]: to provide the 3D audio and create an emotional experience in an exhibition which is already emotive in its content, so it’s a really good case study and demonstration for us.” Visitors will be accompanied through the exhibition by Sennheiser’s guidePORT system, as they were for David Bowie Is…. GuidePORT can deliver hundreds of personal, automatically triggered stereo feeds simultaneously, and will transmit real-time, lip-sync audio to fully immerse visitors in the sights and sounds of the period. The V&A implementation will comprise 750 receiver units with premium headphones (though Daniel didn’t know which models at the time), along with several transmission and trigger units, hidden from the public eye. David Bowie Is has been on tour ever since the March 2013 V&A launch: it’s visited Toronto, Sao Paolo, Chicago, Melbourne, the Netherlands and is about to open in Tokyo. Daniel remarks, “If [Records and Rebels] is successful, I would love it to go on tour – but that is the V&A’s decision.” Is Daniel a big fan of music from the era? “I would have loved to have been alive at that time. I’m a big fan of Zappa, Hendrix, Bob Dylan. I play guitar and piano – but I have more passion than talent!” " Jon Hammond's Sennheiser evolution microphone Monophonic Recorder combo Headphone HD 25-1 Classic and Song Jon Hammond: Back to Mono with Sennheiser combo TASCAM product DR-10X Plug-on Micro Linear PCM Recorder for XLR Connection (flipped over): Monophonic High fidelity Folks! True Hi-fi Jon Hammond playing his 1968 Gibson Byrdland - owned since 18 years old Front and Back Jon Hammond's 1968 Gibson Byrdland Jon Hammond interviewing the great Roy Clark with Sennheiser evolution e855 microphone - Roy is a long-time Gibson Byrdland virtuoso! Jon Hammond 1965 Fender Bandmaster Blackface on the bench Jon's Bandmaster Fender Head paired with Bag End 15" coaxial speaker bottom Jon Hammond flanked by Sennheiser co-CEO's Dr. Andreas Sennheiser and Daniel Sennheiser foto by Christian Burkert: Sennheiser to open Soundscape Showroom in the Westfield World Trade Center - Jon Hammond "Daniel and Andreas Sennheiser who run the blossoming Sennheiser company, an audio business based in Germany. (CHRISTIAN BURKERT)" BY EBENEZER SAMUEL NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Monday, October 3, 2016, 2:47 PM "Daniel Sennheiser knows exactly what he's up against. Along with his brother Andreas, Daniel Sennheiser runs the blossoming Sennheiser company, a blossoming audio business based in Germany. But he's watched and admired New York City for a long time, come to appreciate the business challenges of the Big Apple. And along the way, Sennheiser says, he's come to view New York City as a pivotal battleground for any business ready to go global. "New York has been the beginning of a lot of things," Sennheiser says. "This is a melting pot, that has brought up so many things, brought up Broadway. New York is very fast-living. And that's positive in a sense that they're quick to pick up new trends and things. "But that also means you need to make a certain amount of noise." And now, it's time for Sennheiser to make some noise. In late October, the company will take up residence in the Big Apple, opening the Sennheiser Soundscape Showroom in the Westfield World Trade Center. It's a venue that will be filled with Sennheiser's unique products, but the focus isn't on selling. Instead, Sennheiser is focused on introducing New Yorkers to its distinctive audio, part of a first step in establishing the company as a sound powerhouse in a nation that's spent the last few years in the midst of a great headphone awakening. "We believe it's the right time for us to make a big splash to share our version of the future of audio with New York," says Andreas. It's an intriguing vision from a company that's long delivered high-quality sound but has consistently lacked the profile of the bigger names in the industry. Beats by Dre and Bose own the majority of U.S. mindshare, and both companies are highly visible, utilized by both celebrities and major sports franchises. Sennheiser has never had such presence, and that's mostly by choice. Look closely during your next NBA on TNT broadcast, and you may notice Sennheiser headsets on the play-by-play guys. But the company has historically done little marketing, preferring to let its devices shine on their own merits. The Soundscape Showroom isn't the start of some massive ad campaign, either. But it is part of a company-wide initiative to be more visible in the United States, to draw more notice to an underrated line of products. Just a few years ago, the company set up a small pop-up store on the East Side. With the Soundscape Showroom, it's going bigger, aiming to be a national presence. "It's to raise a little awareness. We're just not present enough," Daniel says, before talking proudly of Sennheiser's lore. "Sennheiser is the inventor of the hi-fi headphone. Not a lot of people know that." Indeed, few realize just how potent Sennheiser products truly are. It was Sennheiser that released the first pair of open headphones way back in 1968, and it's Sennheiser that's continued to chase perfect, pure sound throughout the last few decades. And it's Sennheiser that last year debuted the HE1 Orpheus, a handcrafted set of headphones powered by a massive amplifier built from marble and driven by gold-vaporized electrodes and platinum vaporized-diaphragms. It's a device that costs tens of thousands of dollars and is hardly for use with your iPad on the train - but it's a device that showcases Sennheiser's pursuit of high-level sound. "Sennheiser has been on the forefront of audio strategy for years," says Daniel. "We just added the sexy aesthetics after we did the sound." Sound remains the company's top priority, but in recent years, it's been pushing to match the more attractive headphones delivered by the likes of Beats and Bose. There's the Momentum line of headphones, a sharp-looking line of headphones with rugged leather bands that seem tailor made for the stylish Manhattanite. And just this summer, Sennheiser released the PXC 550, a noise-canceling Bluetooth pair of cans designed to go head-to-head with Bose's QuietComfort line, but with touch controls built onto the earcups. These products, says Daniel Sennheiser, are examples of Sennheiser's ability to adapt to culture, proof that the company's products truly can fit the New Yorker. The Sennheiser aesthetic is unique, and the Momentums are especially eye-catching units, as fashion-conscious as they come. The hope is that consumers enter the Soundscape Showroom and see these products, falling in love with a new brand of headphone. "The qualities (of Sennheiser headphones) are great — the material, the leather, the steal," Daniel says. "But you also have to have the opportunity to touch it. In our experience, audio is something you can't describe. You have to put it on your head. "Sennheiser is not a brand for everyone. I think we're a brand for people who are in the know, who are creative, who really look for special things. That's why I think a place like New York is the place to be." And that's precisely why Sennheiser is finally here, with the Soundscape Showroom as its first truly potent portal in the United States. The goal is to build from here, Andreas says, to finally aggressively cultivate the Sennheiser brand in the U.S. It won't be easy, not with Beats and Bose dominant. But Sennheiser arrives prepared. "We have a serious plan, but we're also nimble enough to adjust," says Daniel. "As Frank Sinatra said, 'If you can make it here, you can make it everywhere.'" 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