2. Was Kary acting within the scope of her employment as a peanut vendor when she added curry powder to the peanuts she was selling?
An employee is acting within the scope of his employment when he is performing tasks or duties for which he has been employed. Williams v. Cmty. Drive-In Theater, Inc., 214 Kan. 359, 364, 520 P.2d 1296, 1300 (1974). If the employee is performing tasks that are reasonably related to the purpose of their employment, this is indicative to the scope of employment. The guidelines and business practices also determine whether the employee was acting within the scope of their employment. Wayman v. Accor N. Am., Inc., 45 Kan. App. 2d 526, 531, 251 P.3d 640, 645 (2011).
“Whether the act performed by the worker was forbidden by the business is not included on a scope of employment test. The test is meant to show if the action was foreseeable by their duties as an employee.” Commerce Bank of St. Joseph, N.A. v. State, 251 Kan. 207, 210, 833 P.2d 966, 999 (1992). Acts that were an incidental deviation by an employee from the strict course of duty does not mean it is outside the scope of employment if the act is still continuing within the business of the employer. O’Shea V. Welch, 350 F.3d 1101, (10th Cir., 2003).
Kary is likely to be acting within the scope of her employment when she added the curry powder to her peanuts. Kary’s job was simply to sell peanuts. The flyer that she was handed by George said to “distinguish yourself” and “be creative.” This…
• 1 beef roast
1. Make slices slits in the roast and insert the slivers of garlic; add ingredients in the pot.
2. Add the pepperoncini peppers, its juice and cook for 8 minutes on high heat.
3. Once the meat is tender, shred with a fork; insert in a warm foot-long baguette.
4. Garnish with slivers of garlic and enjoy!
The PBCC Stew (Pinto Beef, Chipotle and Chili)
• 2 lbs. lean ground chuck
• 3 chipotles, minced
• 3 cans pinto beans, drained
2 tablespoon whole-wheat flour
12 small carrots
¼ teaspoon cumin
1 and ¼ cups green peas
2 medium onions
5 small potatoes
¼ teaspoon salt
1 and ½ tablespoon olive oil
¼ teaspoon pepper
1 medium tomato
2 stalks celery
1 medium red bell pepper
• Preheat your oven to 375 degrees F.
• In a bowl, mix the pepper, cumin, salt and whole-wheat flour.
• Roll the turkey cubes in the flour mixture; shake off excess coating.
• In a large skillet, add the turkey cubes and olive…
and causing an immune system drop.
Therefore, nutrition is everything at this point! Winter is also the time of the year when the market is loaded with delicious and nutritive ingredients, meaning that the choices are wider.
So, the next time you crave for a creative and a nutritive meal, grab your pen and write down the ingredients and preparation of this delicious stew that we all love so much!
-1 medium head cauliflower, cut it on florets and steam it
-2 tsp of ginger paste
The role of the team leader involves team development, coordinating and planning tasks among the team, guiding the team in the right direction, keeping the team on schedule, motivating the team and establishing a positive atmosphere (Salas, Sims & Burke 2005; Weller, Boyd & Cumin 2014). Our team leader demonstrated good leader skills by arranging meetings, communicating and asking our team questions and confirming that we were all happy with the way the team was working and progressing. The…
heaviness of Cold disorders, even though its nature is cold. It has a lightening effect.
Large quantities of light food should be considered as heavy, small amounts of heavy food can be considered as light.
How to balance conditions by avoiding tastes:
To balance Wind:
avoid Astringent (avocado , raw banana, black tea.), and Bitter.
To balance Hot:
avoid Hot taste, spicy taste, and sour taste.
To balance Cold:
avoid Astringent Bitter and Sweet tastes
Spices that can be used to…
“Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye pay the tithe of mint and anise and cumin, and you have omitted the weightier matters of the law, judgement, mercy, and faith: these ought ye to have done, and not to leave the other undone.” (KJ21, Matthew 23:23) In his speech, “What to a Slave is the Fourth of July,” Frederick Douglass reminds his audience that there is much work to be done in abolishing the slave trade and much of that work revolves around treating all people with the…
Broil the chilies for 5-8 minutes, until blackened. Place them in a plastic bag and let them cool off. Peel them and finely chop them. Broil the onions and corn around 10 minutes as well. Place them in a deep bowl, together with the chilies. Season them with salt, pepper, cumin, oregano, lime juice and oil. Cut the tops of the tomatoes and gently remove their insides, leaving their shells whole. Use the pulp from the tomatoes to boil the quinoa, together with a pinch of salt and ¼ cup of water.…
Grill Moroccan Salmon
4 pieces salmon fillet
1 Lemon (Juice)
1 Lemon (Cut into quarter)
2 teaspoon ground cumin
2 teaspoons ground coriander
3 garlic cloves (Minced)
½ cup yogurt (Plain)
1 ½ tablespoons olive oil
Sea salt and pepper to taste
1 cup parsley (Chopped)
1. In a mixing bowl, mix the lemon juice, cumin, coriander, garlic, yogurt, oil, salt and pepper to taste. In a large sealable plastic bag, pour in half of the mixture. Cover and…
dishes. An enzyme released by chili reduces pain. Finds use in pain balms and vapour drops. Dehydrated chilli serves as vitamin C cures.
Cinnamon: Often a prerequisite for confectioneries, liquor, cosmetics. It’s a vital element in digestion of sugar. Toxins released by cinnamon help in checking nausea and vomiting. The anti fungal properties make it a wide product for perfumes and cosmetics.
Clove: Extensively used in culinary dishes, as a flavoring agent in the food industry. Highly used…