Social Icons

Monday, September 11, 2017

Geneviève O'Gleman banana muffins are stealing the show over dividend

Its quite sad to see the effects of hurricane on the US, Cuba, St-Martin and other countries located in the south. I never been to Florida, but cities like Naples, Key West and Miami seem to be very pretty, like real paradise on Earth. I was particularly quite sad to see the beautiful Havana city being crushed over the flood. At least I had the chance to visit Havana two years ago. Strangely, the TSX is not reacting quite negatively, no hard crash so far. 

On a happier note, I made this evening my ever first bunch of banana muffins following a Geneviève O'Gleman recipe. In Quebec province, Geneviève O'Gleman and Alexandra Diaz are the top of the easy made, easy eat glamorous cuisine. The muffins I made are tasting pretty good despite the fact that my recipe contains less sugar. Feeling very brave, I reduced the amount of sugar and add about the double in term of All Bran cereal. I also made my first peach jam ever by following the jam recipe in the latest Cuisine futée magazine. I just add some to the muffin and got full quite quickly without eating all of one. It was my 37th birthday resolution to cook more and so I began by buying a Ricardo and a Cuisine futée magazine. I really enjoy Cuisine futée because its really focus on easy, cheap, good little recipe that really anyone can do. Its just that I never really try to put more efforts on what I cook. I also enjoy the television show at Tele Quebec. On the other hand, Ricardo is a bit more sophisticated. He's so nice and gentle that everything he cooks seem to be easy to replicate. However, spending 30 minutes in the kitchen for cooking a meal is a lot for me. But fact is, I was beginning to eat a lot of the same thing, and more than one time, peanut butter sandwiches, and I got food bored. But now is all going to change.

Food is costing so much, if I can cut on some expenses, I will be really happy. Have you check on the cost of strawberry jam lately? I saw a little bottle going as high as $7.99. You can get some good strawberry jam at $3.99 when its in special. But why not made your own? If you pick a cheap fruit, like peaches, and do your own jam, over a year, you'll save a lot of money.

And another hand, I am trying to get control on food waste. I am only buying what I need to do my Cuisine futée recipes.

Bon appétit.


Anonymous said...

Great news on Savaria:

Savaria Increases its Dividend by 38% and Declares its First Monthly Dividend
Laval, Quebec, September 11, 2017– Savaria Corporation (TSX: SIS) («Savaria» or the «Company»), one of North America’s leaders in the accessibility industry, announced today that its Board of Directors approved a 10 cent increase of the Company’s dividend, raising it from 26 cents ($0.26) to 36 cents ($0.36) per common share per year, representing an increase of 38%; the dividends, formerly paid quarterly, will now be paid monthly. The Board of Directors also declared the first monthly dividend of 3 cents ($0.03) per common share payable on October 16, 2017 to shareholders of record of the Corporation at the close of business on October 2, 2017. This is an eligible dividend within the meaning of the Income Tax Act.
A Word from the President
“We have completed the acquisition of Span-America, our financial position is excellent and we are producing solid cash flow. We therefore have decided to increase our dividend by 10 cents, or 38%, which will now be paid monthly (3 cents per month),” declared Marcel Bourassa, President and Chief Executive Officer of Savaria.
“Considering the aging population and its desire to age at home, we expect continued growth of over 10% in our lift division over the next five years and we maintain our objective to generate revenue of some $500 million by the end of 2021,” concluded Mr. Bourassa.

Sunny said...

I know!!!! Isn't cool? ;-))))

Anonymous said...

Way cool - You and I will get very wealthy from this company!!!



Thank you

Thank you for visiting!
Blogger Templates