Northern News : November 24th 2010
12 NORTHERN NEWS, NOVEMBER 24, 2010 NEWS Kawakawa Farm 0800 185 500 akaw ak k k k k k k k ka a a aw 0 001 8 Centre Get your farm stuff from the locals Summer's Coming! Be Prepared Weedspraying, Wet Weather Gear, Water Systems, Feed or Fencing - We've got what you need Aqua Tanks 25,000L @ $2,750 Glyphosate 20L @ $120! with this advert Sprayers German Quality Deal to your weeds! ® % % Redwoods Dental Centre, 1536 State Highway 10, Kerikeri (1 km north of the Kerikeri Crossroads Roundabout) Ph 09 407 4240 Michael (left), Denise (centre) & Matthew (right) Your experienced team Denise Mariu Dental Hygienist Michael Bain Dentist Matthew Bristow Dentist 2629318AA New Chiropractic Couple in Kerikeri Mon-Thurs 8am-6pm, Fri am: 7.30am-1pm, Fri pm: by apt only Catch Jay and Robyn at the Kerikeri Chiropractic Clinic, 394 Kerikeri Road, Ph: 09 407 7722 Advertorial of the first ever university based chiropractic programme in the UK in South Wales. The Welsh Institute of Chiropractic is where Jay and Robyn first met. They have now moved to join us in the "winterless north". Jay and Robyn treat musculoskeletal complaints using modern chiropractic techniques as well as acupuncture, rehabilitation exercises and soft tissue release techniques giving an in-depth approach to getting you better. The recent passing of iconic chiropractor Wally Robb has brought a young couple to the North. Jay Jevons and Robyn King were chosen by Wally to take over his practice and continue providing a high standard of care for his much loved patients. Jay is from Birmingham and was recently working in a large multi- practitioner clinic in Manchester. His special interest is boxing in which he started competing from the age of 12 going on to win numerous regional and national titles, and boxing internationally. Robyn grew up in Takapuna into a "tennis" family. By the age of 14 Robyn was playing inter-club and competing in national tournaments representing North Harbour at the National teams and individuals events. Upon leaving Takapuna Grammar Robyn accepted a full tennis scholarship to Idaho State University, USA. Robyn's parents are chiropractors; Drs. Gordon and Susan King who have been in practice for over 40 years. Susan later moved into academia where she became Professor and was responsible for the establishment Need new glasses? 1 Hour Glasses ~ Two Pair Deals ~ Call for Details Prescription glasses can vary from around $69 to over a $1000. If you have been given a quote elsewhere and Find it confusing? or are not sure you are getting the right option, Come and see us. We explain all your options not just the most expensive ones. see us last* *offer to see us last not strictly enforced. You are welcome to see us first and save time as well as money. Chloe and Douglas THE OFFICIAL HARLEY-DAVIDSON® www.amps.co.nz/events.php Whip up the perfect pavlova Free book: Win a copy of Pavlova. WINACOPY Northern News has a copy of Pavlova to give away. To go into a draw to win this book, email your name, address and phone number to Richard. Edmondson@snl.co.nz putting Pavlova in the subject line of your message. Entries can also be posted to Pavlova Book Draw, Northern News, PO Box 1, Kaikohe. The closing date for entries is December 3. The winner will be announced in the Northern News on December 8. If you thought pavlova was just a large meringue filled with cream and decorated with kiwifruit, think again. Auckland chef and food writer Genevieve Knights reinvents Aus- tralasia's most famous dessert into 50 contem- porary recipes in her book Pavlova. From green tea to walnut praline and mus- covado pavlova, Knights gives the old-fashioned dessert a makeover that is sure to win it fans. When did we stop try- ing to come up with new v ariations and why?'' asks Knights. Maybe it is time to breathe some life back into this long-adored recipe inseparable from our childhoods.'' Knights doesn't just offer 15 variations on the pavlova cake. She also downsizes it into 11 miniature reci- pes, tempting the reader with rose and vanilla bean varieties, chocolate dusted puffs and pepper- mint candy kisses. In another chapter, she offers 11 pavlova roll recipes, including lamin- gton, passionfruit and mascarpone and a jelly tip variety inspired by Tip Top's legendary icecream. The chapter Innova- tive Pavlova uses crumbled pavlova as an ingredient in recipes including nougat parfait, rhubarb and pavlova fool and port-soaked prune and chocolate eton mess. Knights made 300 pavlovas while creating recipes for the book and she shares the tricks she learned along the way. Winner takes home surfing book Mark Shanks of Kaitaia is the winner of the surfing book Searching for Groundswell featured in Northern News on November 10. We thank the three people who entered this draw. Keep reading North- ern News for the chance to win great books.
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