North Shore Times : November 18th 2010
17 NORTH SHORE TIMES, NOVEMBER 18, 2010 NEWS Get ready for a L-O-N-G hot summer! Summer's coming -- and so is your opportunity to own this classic longboard while supporting a very worthy cause. Kindly donated by William Cody's this superbly styled surfboard measures a huge 2.78 metres x 57cms wide. Brand new, ready and waiting for you to catch the waves. Place your bid over $400 by text on this item now or at any time until this text auction closes on Friday 26 November. • TEXT AUCTION FOR CHARITY • Text the word BID, followed by a space, followed by the amount you want to bid over $400 to 244 (Example: text BID $535 to 244) ALL PROCEEDS TO The highest bid wins. Winner will be notified by text and the name will be published in Suburban Newspapers. 20c charge per text. Delivery included to NZ locations only. OPERATION OPERATION The Mad Butcher and Suburban Newspapers Community Trust Actua l surfb oard pictured WAIRAU PARK 7 LINK DRIVE NORTH SHORE TELEPHONE 09 443 1849 BOTANY TOWN CENTRE CNR TI RAKAU & TE IRIRANGI DRIVE TELEPHONE 09 272 3951 email@example.com www.furniture.co.nz HLSAKLNov-01NST JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS T SALE STOREWIDE 70% 20- OFF 70% OFF ESCALADE CHAIR IN VINTAGE EBONY LEATHER. WAS $2999 NOW $899 ALPHA 2 SEATER + CHAISE IN LEATHER. WAS $2999 NOW $1999 $1000 OFF SOHO 3 + 2.5 SEATER IN MOMO FABRIC. WAS $3499 NOW $2499 $1000 OFF 25% OFF ALL RELAX CHAIRS FROM $674 TAURUS WAS $249 NOW $189 VEGAS WAS $249 NOW $18 STAINLESS STEEL BARSTOOLS $60 OFF $60 OFF 89 AV AV AV AV viva STUDIO Perfect breakfast to start Christmas Day NEXT TIME We would love your favourite stuffing recipes for the perfect roast Turkey, or chicken for Christmas day. Please send before Wednesday by email to: dkcham firstname.lastname@example.org with Readers' Recipes in the subject line or post to Readers' Recipes, North Shore Times, PO Box 33-235, Takapuna. Who can think of any- thing more charming than excited children scrambling out of bed on Christmas morning, to see what Santa has left them, even if mum and dad had spent the even- ing before rapidly wrap- ping gifts until all hours. I had dozens of elegant recipes sent in for Christmas breakfast but picked an easy, economi- cal recipe which can be made the day before. It will keep those early hungry family members satisfied until you decide to get out of bed and start your day. Christmas morning muffins -- Tina Copthorn from Browns Bay 2 cups flour 1 cup wheat germ 2 teaspoons baking pow- der 1 teaspoons baking soda Pinch ground cloves Pinch ground star anise 75g butter 1 cup buttermilk 1 cup sugar 1 cup Christmas mince- meat 1 cup dried cranberries (or craisins) 2 beaten eggs 1 teaspoon grated orange zest Chopped glace cherries to garnish Icing sugar for dusting Preheat oven to 180 Celsius. Butter a 12-cup muffin tray. Sift together flour, wheat germ, baking pow- der, soda, and spices into a large bowl. Melt the butter and add the buttermilk and gently heat until just warm. Stir in the sugar until dissolves and mix in the mincemeat and cranberries. Whisk in the eggs and zest. Fold the wet mix into the dry ingredients and combine softly. Fill the tins and bake 20-25 minutes. Ice and garnish with the dried fruit. Dust with icing sugar. Makes 12 Icing Sift 100g icing sugar into a small bowl and place over a saucepan of simmering water. Gradually beat in 4 teaspoons hot water mixed with 1 teaspoon orange juice until the icing coats the back of a spoon. Pour over muffins.
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