North Shore Times : February 15th 2011
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Call Janette now at LEATHERCARE LTD Ph 443 7474. Ask us about our long term leather maintenance plan. email@example.com 3372431AK 3504316AB Business in Action Advertising Feature London calling: Long Bay College student Jennifer Hutchison is travelling to the Globe Theatre to compose music for a Shakespeare play. Photo: BEN WATSON Helping hand for student By LISA HONEYBONE The community is rallying together to help a Long Bay College student get to the Globe Theatre in London. The North Shore Times featured a story on Jennifer Hutchison on December 30. She won the title of national student com- poser with the Shakespeare Globe Cen- tre New Zealand Young Shakespeare Company. Jennifer will have the sole task of composing accompanying music for an entire Shakespeare play. The trip is costing her nearly $8500 and she has been busy fundraising over her school holidays. Jennifer has raised around $3000 so far through sausage sizzles, washing dishes and sell- ing books. Her employer Vau- ghan Park, the Anglican Retreat at Long Bay, is staging a concert for her at 3pm on February 20. Four of her music and drama friends from school have offered to help put on a variety per- formance. Tickets are $10 including afternoon tea and are available at Vaughan Park office, by phoning 473-2602 or emailing admin@ vaughanpark. org.nz. Delicious salads cool in summer The weather is far too hot for cooking at the moment so we are just about living outside with the barbecue. The salad recipes below are well worth try- ing because they are so different. There are many varied, wonderful and flavourful choices to make a memorable and very tasty salad. Courgette salad -- from Ann Wilson of Murrays Bay Warm 2 tablespoons olive oil in a frypan over a medium heat. Add fingers of courgettes and fry until golden. Remove from pan. Wipe out pan and return to heat and add 3 tablespoons olive oil, and 2 tablespoons rinsed and drained capers and 2 sliced cloves garlic. Cook for no more than 1 minute. Remove from pan and reserve. Remove the pan from the heat and add 2 table- spoons red wine vinegar, and about 10 torn mint leaves with 2 teaspoons water and a pinch of black pepper and stir. To serve, divide the courgettes, 250g buffalo mozzarella, drained and sliced, a good mix of tom- ato varieties, rocket leaves and extra mint between 4 plates. Pour over the red wine vin- egar dressing and enjoy! Fennel salad -- from Rosemary Smith of Torbay Toss sliced fennel in olive oil and lemon; season. Grill until ten- der. Mix with rocket leaves, fresh herbs, slivers of dried figs, crushed toasted almonds and a crumbling of ricotta cheese. This is a fabulous combination. I sliced the fennel using a mandolin but a potato peeler will get thin slices. We would like your chocolate homemade recipes to share with readers. Send before next Wednesday by email to: dkchambers@ xtra.co.nz with Readers' Recipes in the subject line or post to Readers' Recipes, North Shore Times, PO Box 33-235, Takapuna. Look sharp at work with Yakka Yakka girls: Sharon and Jenni are part of the friendly team at Yakka Workwear Store in Sunnybrae Road. KingGee: This trendy outfit is built to handle the rough nature of the tradie's work and surf lifestyle. You don t need deep pockets to look sharp at work. Just head over to the big sale at Yakka Workwear in Sunnybrae Road, Glenfield, and you ll be ready to upgrade your wardrobe without spending too much. Yakka? Yakka is New Zealand s undisputed workwear leader, with its great range of quality, cost effective apparel for men and women. Whether your daily toil is on a building site or in the boardroom, Yakka takes the hard work out of finding the right apparel solution for your business. Step into their outlet and you ll understand why their customers make such a fuss over their products. As well as quality hi- vis jackets, overalls, shirts, trousers, foot- wear, and wet weather wear, you ll find a sleek range of men s and women s corporate jackets, trousers, shirts, ties, skirts and other trendy office wear. Indeed, nothing s tougher, nothing s more comfortable and nothing comes close to Yakka s reputation for quality and service. Their features make work more comfortable and safer, and now they have a limited range of Yakka workwear and Yakka footwear styles available online for purchase. Youngsters and the young at heart have plenty to choose from their range of cool tees and boardies, including the latest Australian KingGee. For concreting in Northcote or building in Browns Bay, this trendy outfit is built to handle the rough nature of the tradie s work and surf lifestyle. The dual surf and work purpose short designed by KingGee is inspired by the Aussie/ Kiwi beach and culture. With board shorts popular on job sites all around the country, KingGee has taken surf culture into consider- ation, developing shorts that are lightweight, quick dry and perfect for the beach. These are only available at the Yakka Workwear Store. If you are looking at economising, Yakka is the perfect option. They have a sale every month, with the current one ending February 18. Self-employed people get 15 percent off and there s a 10 percent loy- alty discount for all their customers. For further discounts on bulk orders and customised logos etc, please talk to Sharon or Jenni. They are at 125 Sunnybrae Road, Glenfield, phone 443-8946. View or shop online: www.yakkashop.co.nz.
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