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What are the required high school classes to become an equine chiropractor?

I would like to get an idea on what classes I would need to be an equine chiropractor. I m starting high school next year and I don't want to get half way through high school without the right classes for an equine chiropractor. Is there required classes, if so what are they? I would love to hear from chiropractors all over, from people to dogs to horses.

most governments take a dim view of non-trained people faffing with animals. You could try becoming a vet  (+ info)

what is the best equine massage therapy school?

I live in Ohio and am interested in training to be a equine massage theripist. What is the best school.

Midway College in Kentucky (near Lexington) has an Equine Therapy program (I'm actually in their program right now). I think you would have a BS in Equine Science with certificate in Equine Therapy. So it'd be about 4-5 years in school.
If you want something shorter, I'd look at Equitouch or Equissage  (+ info)

I'm interested to pick up western cooking. Can anyone advise me on any classes or instructors in Singapore?

*Singapore only* I'm a total beginner in cooking. But I'm amazed by the art of western cooking. Perhaps anybody here who knows western food and can impart to me your skills for a reasonable coaching fee?

I live in the Pacific Northwest in the United States. When the immigrants used to come through Ellis Island in the New York Harbor, all immigrants were given a cookbook that taught them how to fix all American foods and how we cook them. The name of that book is The Settlement Cookbook and published by Simon and Schuster and can be purchased from Amazon.com. Since Ellis Island has closed, the price of the book has gone up so it's now $19.99 US Dollars. But it is filled with everything you would like to know about cooking Western Food.

On the title page of the cookbook it says "Treasured recipes of seven decades. The famous all-purpose cook book for beginner and expert. It is published by Simon and Schuster - New York.  (+ info)

How can I adapt western food to Cantonese taste?

I've picked up some tips already: fresh produce, black pepper, less fat more oil, etc.. But I've been unable to find some concrete guides on the Cantonese appreciation of western food. How do you let them enjoy a burger more? Or a steak? Do they like more sugar in their dessert than Americans?
Would hiring a Cantonese chef solve these issues?
Any help would be appreciated; I'm trying to design a menu.

Just make them totally cooked.  (+ info)

Where in western Massachusetts would I be able to have a wedding ceremony with a bonfire allowed?

I'm going to having a commitment ceremony in May of 2010. I live in Western Massachusetts, and am wondering if anyone knows where in Western Mass they would allow a bonfire at dusk, and a ceremony to be held?

Head to the Cape, and do it on Sandy Neck beach! Beautiful backdrop, and totally bonfire friendly!! You can even drive on the beach there, so transporting decorations over sand won't be an issue! Have it be casual, no shoes required!
Also, have you tried local parks, most in Mass have an area where you can have a fire.
Good Luck!  (+ info)

Does anyone know any recipes for wings in the western New York style?

I live in Georgia now but I'm originally from Little Valley New York. Pizza and wings are a big hit up there. We've tried many recipes but we just can't find the right one to achieve the style that resturaunts use in western New York. Does anyone know the recipe for the style I'm talking about?

Do you mean Buffalo wings? They're really easy to make:

cut the wings into pieces...you can buy them cut already too
fry or bake them
toss with buffalo sauce: 4T. melted butter with 1 cup of Frank's hot sauce

serve with bleu cheese and celery sticks  (+ info)

What are the most common vitamin and mineral deficiencies in Western diet?

So on one hand we need all the vitamins and minerals, and on the other I haven't seen that many people with scurvy or beriberi, so at least some must be extremely plentiful in our food. So which vitamin and mineral deficiencies are actually common in people following Western diet, and which we don't need to concern ourselves about?

I swear to god I was suffering from scurvy, or at least Vitamin C deficiency. I had incredible cravings for broccoli, orange juice, pineapple on pizza, potatoes. Even though citrus flavored sodas didn't have Vitamin C, I gulped them down. I wanted to live every day just eating burgers and hot dogs though. I felt like crap everyday.

I'm eating fruits now everyday, and I'm getting better. I feel better already, and the cravings have gone away.  (+ info)

What are the best jeans to wear for riding western?

I ride western and I kinda always wore Yoga pants, but I'm going up north and doing alot of western with grandpa and family and riends and I want to fit in with the country, western style. Jeans, no yoga pants.
I need loose jeans, that are not skinnies but not huge flares. Anyone know where I can get some that sound like that? I have to be able to pretty much almost to the splits in them.

wranglers are good for riding.  (+ info)

Anyone ever heard of western burgers before? Do you know where I can find the recipe for them?

We used to have these things during school lunch that were called Western Burgers. They were really good (in my opinion anyway). It was ground beef with I don't know what kind of spices wrapped in flaky crust / bread type thing. They looked like a ball. They were served w/ mustard packets. Anyone ever heard of them or know what I'm talking about and happen to know where I can get the recipe for them?
I wanted to add that I've tried searching for this recipe at Yahoo, Google and Allrecipes.com w/ no or not the same results as what I'm talking about. So if you ever had these at your school cafeteria, you'll probably know what I'm talking about.

What you have described is a " Pastie", or a version of an "Empinada", a type of cooked meat in a pastry wrapper and then baked.  (+ info)

How did the breakfast term "Western Omelet" get its name?

I had a "Western Omelet" for breakfast yesterday morning an am just wondering the answer to this question! I hope somebody can answer this question for me!

A Denver omelette, also known as a Western omelette, is an omelette filled with diced ham, onions, and green bell peppers, though there are many variations on fillings. Often served in the midwestern United States and sometimes has a topping of cheese and a sidedish of hashbrowns or fried potatoes.

So, it seems that it is so called because of where it originated....  (+ info)

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