North Shore Times : January 25th 2011
8 NORTH SHORE TIMES, JANUARY 25, 2011 NEWS Become a positive influence in Early Childhood Education 7569 00091R Subs If you are excited at the prospect of teaching young children, are passionate about early childhood education, and have a sense of fun, a rewarding career in early childhood education may be just right for you! Certificate in Early Childhood Education (Level 4) Manukau Campus or Queen Street Campus Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Teaching) (Level 7) Contact us now for a complete list of programmes or more information. Faculty of Education and Social Sciences 0800 62 62 52 | www.manukau.ac.nz APPLY NOW FOR FEBRUARY 2011 You can trust St John Only St John medical alarms connect directly to St John and are installed by uniformed St John staff. Call 0800 50 23 23 for more information. STJOHN0910 ARTHUR TOYE'S SUMMER FABRIC SALE... ALL STOCK PRICE 1 2 VOGUE PATTERN 1174 AS ON TV ENDS MON JAN 31ST MUST MAKE WAY FOR NEW AUTUMN FABRICS 18 LINK DRIVE WAIRAU PARK (Opposite Hoyts Cinemas) PH: 444 0825 Quick and easy summer bruschetta This column is all about food anyone can prepare and cook, written by our North Shore readers. Each fortnight we will ask you to send in your favourite homemade recipe featuring a key ingredient. For this first week I have a quick and easy recipe you can put together in a few minutes. It is a homemade version of a dish I saw in a movie over the holidays. SUMMER TOMATO BRUSCHETTA In a bowl mix the fol- lowing ingredients using any amounts suitable to your taste. Diced tomato -- two large and any type Half cup chopped chargrilled red pep- per 2 chopped semi- dried tomatoes Fresh basil -- diced Pinch of sea salt or kosher or Maldon salt Pinch pepper Pinch garlic powder Quick squirt of balsamic vinegar 1 teaspoon Italian herbs A little olive oil Cut slices of French bread on an angle about 2.5cm thick. Fry in a little olive oil until golden on both sides. Rub garlic bulb on each side and serve on a plate with all the ingredients piled high. Great as a lunch dish. Next time we would like your favourite homemade salad recipe. Include any ingredients that will make it a standout salad. Send before next Wednesday by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org with Readers' Recipes in the subject line or post to Readers' Recipes, North Shore Times, PO Box 33-235, Takapuna.
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