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-Hello and welcome
-to the first Prynhawn Da of 2016.
-Did you have a nice Christmas
-and New Year, Sian?
-Yes, it was great.
-How about you?
-Yes, but I overindulged.
-We hope you had a fantastic
-Christmas and a happy New Year.
-Our first guest for 2016
-is Elinor Wyn Reynolds.
-Welcome to the programme.
-Here's what else we have for you
-on today's programme.
-Dan is in the kitchen with comfort
-meals for the stormy weather.
-A spicy soup and beef bourguignon
-is on the menu.
-Marion has advice with how to detox
-after overindulging this Christmas.
-Alwyn Humphreys has found another
-Salt of the Earth recipient.
-Today, he and the cameras
-head the Nantgaredig.
-Andrew Misell of Alcohol Concern
-Cymru tells us about Dry January.
-Stay with Owain and myself
-over the next 50 minutes.
-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-We start the programme
-with Elinor Wyn Reynolds.
-It's over 100 years
-since the Easter Rising in Ireland.
-There's worry that the old tensions
-could surface once again.
-In the papers, there's a story about
-the Easter Rising centenary.
-According to one article...
-..during the 50th anniversary,
-there was another uprising.
-That's what sparked the tensions in
-Ireland in the 1960s and 1970s.
-We hope that people have moved
-on since then.
-Fifty years is a long time.
-However, there have been events
-People still remember these events.
-There have already been centenary
-There will be official celebrations
-in Ireland later in the year.
-Things appear quiet and settled in
-Ireland at the moment.
-However, this isn't always the case.
-There are more Catholics in Northern
-Ireland at the moment.
-The Protestants will eventually be
-pushed out of the history.
-They feel angry about this.
-However, I hope they will be able to
-remember and move on from this.
-It's important to remember and learn
-lessons from history.
-The next story surrounds the debt
-people accumulate over Christmas.
-There's lots of debt following
-The amount of borrowing has returned
-to 2008 levels.
-That's when the financial crash
-For a while, we had a make do and
-However, we've forgotten about
-austerity over Christmas.
-Black Friday deals tempted people
-to buy what they couldn't afford.
-We all tend to buy too much.
-I always vow not to spend as much
-I try to make chutneys and spirits
-for friends and family.
-I never seem to make enough and have
-to spend on my plastic card.
-Tell us about the V January.
-The V January is similar
-We should be giving up meat and
-There are celebrities who will be
-It sounds like a difficult task.
-To be vegan, you must be careful
-about what you eat.
-You have to plan ahead.
-You can eat fruit,
-vegetables and nuts.
-You can opt for vegan burgers
-which are very tasty.
-You could take baby steps by turn
-vegetarian for a while first.
-It gives celebrities a platform
-to influence others.
-This is healthy for us and
-for the environment.
-We wouldn't need to produce
-as much meat.
-There are lots of products which
-taste like meat but aren't meat.
-January is only a month to trial
-Lots of people want to find a new
-love in January.
-There are lots of new dating apps
-and sites available.
-We've heard about the social network
-dating horror stories.
-There's no telling who you're going
-The League vets members before
-Only a quarter of applicants are
-allowed on the site.
-This makes it more likely that
-you'll find The One.
-It's quite bizarre.
-I think you should go out and find
-someone in the old fashioned way!
-Thank you, Elinor.
-It's time to head over
-to the kitchen with Dan.
-Dan, what are you
-preparing for us today?
-I'm going to start by making
-a spicy cauliflower soup.
-I've added onions and garlic
-to start building the soup.
-This is a vegetarian dish.
-This isn't a vegan dish
-but it could be adapted.
-Add some butter and cubed onions.
-This is the base of the soup.
-You could use small
-or ordinary onions.
-Add a clove of garlic to the mix.
-Season the mix with some salt.
-We don't want this mixture to burn.
-It takes a while to make a soup.
-You want to get the best flavour
-from every ingredient.
-Chop the bottom of the cauliflower.
-You can slice or chop the
-The smaller the pieces,
-the quicker it will cook.
-I like cauliflower.
-Add these cauliflower pieces
-to the pan.
-You should add some curry powder
-to the pan.
-I'm using a medium curry powder.
-You don't want to add too much
-of the spice.
-We'll add some milk later.
-I'm going to add an egg.
-I'm also using a tablespoon
-of white wine vinegar.
-I'm poaching the eggs before
-adding them to the pan.
-Next, I'm adding some boiled milk.
-It should be boiled
-for half an hour.
-You should blend the soup before
-placing in a bowl.
-You could double the quantity
-and keep it in the fridge.
-It will keep for three days
-or three months in the freezer.
-It looks like a very creamy soup.
-It's the perfect dish
-for a cold day.
-Add some croutons to the soup.
-I placed them in the oven with
-some olive oil.
-Pop the egg on top of the soup.
-Leave this to cool a little and
-it will be ready.
-This egg will continue cooking
-as the soup is warm.
-You could add more substance to most
-soups by adding an egg.
-Creamy or milky soups work best
-You can cut through the egg to
-release the egg white.
-It will make the soup more
-It's very tasty.
-You can taste the curry powder.
-It has a luxurious taste.
-This soup only takes 30 minutes
-Thank you, Dan.
-Dan will return later in the
-programme with another recipe.
-After the break, Marion has advice
-for those who want to detox.
-We'll also be heading to Nantgaredig
-with Alwyn Humphries.
-See you in a few minutes.
-Most of us have over-indulged
-over the past few weeks.
-We've been eating
-and drinking too much...
-..and perhaps the strain
-is starting to show on our faces.
-Therefore, now is the time to detox
-and Marion is here with her advice.
-Welcome to the studio, Marion.
-Happy New Year to you.
-What does detox mean?
-A detox involves getting rid of any
-toxins in the skin.
-It's a deep clean for the pores.
-This means the skin will appear
-smoother and feel softer.
-It's a spring clean for the skin.
-Where do we begin?
-Let's start with an exfoliator
-It's a microdermabrasion exfoliator.
-It will get rid
-of any dead skin cells.
-You should wet your hands and face,
-apply the product...
-..and move in a circular movement.
-There's another product for men.
-Their pores tend to be larger and
-need a slightly different product.
-Next, there's a Clear Difference
-exfoliator from Estee Lauder.
-It has a wonderful and
-Apply a little to a wet face.
-You can feel the little beads that
-will clean the skin.
-You simply apply it before washing
-The next product is expensive
-but it's very good.
-It will deep clean the skin
-in 60 seconds.
-It can be used in the shower.
-The machine does everything for you.
-The brush moves in a circular motion
-to deep clean the skin.
-The brush needs to be replaced
-every three months.
-It's great for getting rid
-of any fake tan.
-There's a product to illuminate
-These products contain charcoal.
-There's one from Sanctuary
-It's called a Thermal Mask.
-You can really feel this working.
-The charcoal will cleanse the skin.
-You should leave this product on
-until it cools down.
-There's another charcoal mask
-but it's a peel-off mask.
-After ten minutes,
-you can peel it away.
-There's one for men too.
-It will deep clean the skin.
-There's also charcoal
-in the Clinique one.
-There's a Himalayan clay
-for the body.
-You can apply it on the legs to get
-rid of any dry skin.
-However, it's also great for the
-There's a product from Estee Lauder
-that's full of anti oxidants.
-Overnight, the skin produces
-This product will continue
-the detox process.
-There's another product for
-It will get rid of any unwanted oil
-There's a pore treatment
-and a dead sea soap.
-It's great if you suffer from
-certain skin conditions.
-Don't be scared of the black colour
-of the soap.
-Thank you, Marion.
-Before Christmas, Alwyn Humphreys
-..to surprise someone who was
-celebrating a very special birthday.
-Tonight at this hall...
-..one of Nantgaredig's colourful
-and well-known individuals...
-..is celebrating his 80th birthday.
-The locals have all come
-to pay tribute to him...
-..and thank him for all
-his hard work over the years.
-Let's go inside
-to join the party.
-Hello, how are you?
-Ivor Davies, happy birthday.
-Ivor Davies, happy birthday.
-You're 80 years old today
-so how do you feel?
-I'm not feeling too good
-but I was fine until I saw you!
-I've come to give you good news.
-The whole community
-appreciates your hard work...
-..and they've nominated you
-for our Salt of the Earth plate.
-Thank you very much.
-Congratulations to you.
-I don't deserve this.
-There are lots of people
-who disagree with you.
-Thank you very much.
-I want to know who nominated me...
-..so that I can have a word
-with him or her!
-I've known him since we were young
-and members of the YFC.
-He was a star within the movement
-and was fantastic at stock judging.
-He was chosen to visit
-the 4 H Clubs in Jamaica...
-..and was named the best competitor
-in the competition.
-He also won
-at the Dairy Show in Olympia...
-..and has been very successful
-Since retiring, he's made a name
-for himself as a whist drive MC.
-He's appreciated within
-this area of Carmarthenshire...
-..and further afield
-from Llanddeusant to Whitland.
-He's been very helpful within the
-world of agriculture and the YFC.
-He's mentored lots of young people
-He's helped to teach public speaking
-and stock judging.
-He's young at heart and socialises
-with people as young as 20.
-I've always known Ivor.
-I'm familiar with his contribution
-to the world of agriculture...
-..and to the local community.
-He's a keen church-goer.
-Yes, he has always supported
-the church and its activities.
-When there's an event, he's always
-involved with the organising...
-..and ensures that
-there's plenty of entertainment.
-There's always entertainment
-when you're in Ivor's company.
-I think we've
-caught him out tonight.
-It's great that the locals,
-his friends and family...
-..have had this opportunity
-to thank him for his kindness.
-Tonight is a sign
-of our appreciation to him.
-We're all glad to be here
-to congratulate him on turning 80.
-Is he Salt of the Earth?
-Is he Salt of the Earth?
-Yes, without a doubt.
-After the break, we'll be joined by
-Andrew Misell from Alcohol Concern.
-He'll be here to discuss
-how to give up alcohol for January.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-We've already discussed a detox for
-the face and body after Christmas.
-Due to our increasing overindulging
-during the festive period...
-..more and more people are promising
-to give up alcohol for January.
-To discuss the campaign in Britain,
-Alcohol Concern and Dry January...
-..we're joined by Andrew Misell,
-Alcohol Concern's Welsh Director.
-Welcome to the studio.
-The campaign has been running
-for many years.
-This campaign has gone
-from strength to strength.
-We hoped to have 1,000 people
-involved in the first year.
-Last year, we had 50,000 sign up
-for Dry January.
-Any month would be difficult
-In different countries,
-they have different months.
-Over Christmas, I felt that I had
-too much to eat and drink.
-People are also scarce when it comes
-to money this time of year.
-How can people get involved?
-People can sign up to the campaign
-on our website.
-You can sign up in Welsh.
-Try not to drink during the month.
-The point isn't to give up
-..but it gives people the time
-to think about their rituals.
-A month without alcohol won't make
-much of a difference to the body.
-Some people who have given up
-drinking for a month...
-..realize that their routines
-change for the rest of the year.
-Is there a danger of over-indulging
-after the Dry January period?
-February wouldn't be a good month
-to do this with the Six Nations.
-Our research suggests that people
-drink less through the year...
-..if they take part in our campaign.
-I used to drink three pints.
-When I took part in this campaign
-in the past...
-..my alcohol intake reduced
-to two pints.
-From not drinking for a month...
-..the sugar in the body reduces
-as does blood pressure.
-Some people don't think that a month
-will make a difference...
-However, we've discovered
-that it does.
-There are some people
-who have problems with alcohol.
-Some people involved
-with the campaign in the past...
-..saw that their bodies
-were used to alcohol.
-These people didn't know this
-before taking part in Dry January.
-Marian spoke of detoxing the skin
-but this detoxes the body.
-This campaign helps some to discover
-an alcohol problem.
-Alcohol is a part of our lives.
-The body treats it.
-However, if you give the body
-too much alcohol...
-..it can affect the body
-in a bad way.
-A glass of wine is within the limit.
-This campaign gives you a sign
-of how much you should be drinking.
-You can give up alcohol for a month.
-Thanks for joining us, Andrew.
-After the break,
-we'll be in the kitchen with Dan.
-He'll be preparing
-a beef bourguignon.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-We've returned to the kitchen
-Earlier, we discussed
-giving up meat, alcohol...
-..and detoxing the skin.
-is making beef bourguignon.
-Yes, we have a combination
-of meat and alcohol in this dish.
-Let's begin with the process
-of creating the bourguignon.
-Let's start by browning
-the cubed bacon.
-The butter will help
-thicken the dish later on.
-Add a touch of thyme but don't use
-Next, we have beef
-marinated in wine and garlic.
-I've kept the onions intact
-and I haven't cut them.
-You should leave this in the fridge
-Next, I'm going to add the meat.
-Don't get rid of the sauce.
-You can use any piece of beef
-You can use a steak.
-The more expensive the piece of
-meat, the less time it needs to cook
-You want the meat to brown.
-Add tomato puree and plain flour.
-The flour will also help
-to thicken the dish.
-You want the plain flour
-to be distributed across the meat.
-That is the first step.
-You need to turn it down
-and leave it for an hour.
-You won't need to place a cover
-over the top.
-You want the sauce to reduce
-You can use beef stock.
-Place a cover on it
-and cook on gas mark 3.
-You could to this in the slow cooker
-but it would take eight hours.
-You have to seal the meat
-that you put in the slow cooker.
-After the sealing process...
-..place the meat and sauce
-into the slow cooker.
-It will thicken over time.
-Add carrots and small mushrooms.
-You can use large mushrooms,
-but make sure you chop them.
-This has been cooking for an hour
-with a variety of vegetables.
-Add some more fresh thyme.
-It's time to find out
-what's on tonight's Heno.
-Mari from the
-Heno team has joined us.
-Join Rhodri and myself
-for Heno this evening at 7.00pm.
-Rhodri Davies looks ahead
-to the major events of 2016...
-..including the centenary
-of the birth of Roald Dahl.
-David Davies will be in the studio.
-will be in the studio.
-Have you made any resolutions?
-Hywel wants to lose weight.
-Gildas will be performing for us.
-Huw Rees gives us the low down
-on the January sales.
-The food looks fantastic.
-That's all we have time for today
-on the first Prynhawn Da of 2016.
-Tomorrow, Huw Rees has all the
-best items from the high street...
-..and Lowri Cooke
-looks ahead to the films of 2016.
-Cegin Bryn follows the news
-and weather here on S4C.
-We hope you enjoy
-the rest of your day.
-Until tomorrow, goodbye.
Daniel Williams fydd yn y gegin ac wedi'r holl fwyta dros y Nadolig, prydau syml, cyflym fydd yn cael ei sylw. Daniel Williams joins us in the kitchen and focuses on quick and simple meals.