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CHECK OUT THE CALENDAR OF EVENTS ON OUR WEBSITE TO FIND OUT WHO IS PLAYING THIS WEEK! www.howickrsa.co.nz It’s Rangi & Judy this Friday! 120214-V14 All Affiliated Club members are welcome at the Howick RSA SUNDAY LUNCHES ARE BACK! Starting from this Sunday, July 14 – 12-2pm SUPER SALSA NIGHT WITH MATECITO LATIN BAND FRIDAY, JULY 19 FROM 7PM $10 cover charge for non-members TRIVIA QUIZ NIGHT Wednesday, July 17 from 7.30pm – get your thinking caps on! MIDWINTER CHRISTMAS LUNCH AT CRUMPY’S Thursday, July 18 and Wednesday, July 24 – 12-2pm. $19.50 per head – bookings essential. Ph 271 8000 www.times.co.nz The Times welcomes dining, wining and entertainment news – Has your restaurant/ venue undergone a change? Do you have a special event coming up? Have you launched a special price or menu? Helen Perry 271 8036 firstname.lastname@example.org TELL ME ABOUT IT 122272 Dining & Leisure THE mad scramble of planning activities for the last school holiday break may still be a fresh memory but it doesn’t have to be déjà vu all over again thanks to an easy online programme for the whole family. Helping take the load off parents’ shoulders, It’s My Turn to Cook Tonight is a FREE nationwide pro- gramme that teaches children aged 5-16 years all about cooking, food and nutrition. And because everyone needs to eat anyway, how about making it a fun and rewarding experience? Participants stand to win a range of attractive prizes including Hoyts movie passes, Stevens gift- ware and Crayola packs, iPod shuf- fles as well as a top of the range Bosch mixer. Hosted by bubbly Tauranga teenager, Claire Gourley, who’s had her fair share of “been there, burnt that” and whose motto is, “I don’t do complicated”, the inter- active programme runs during the upcoming school holidays from July 15-17. What’s more, mums, dads, car- egivers and grandparents are all welcome to participate and super- vise so they can embark on the same journey and hand the apron over to the little ones! So how does it work? Simple, just head to www.itsmyturntocookto- night.com where a wealth of infor- mation is readily available. Watch step-by-step YouTube videos, participate in live chats, upload images, attempt challenges, and download tips and recipes – the website is your oyster! The broad-ranging programme covers everything from good food choices and reading labels, to kitchen safety, budgeting and nutrition tips – all of which help children gain confidence in the kitchen and on the web. The challenges are fun, practi- cal and designed to teach children practical food skills necessary for adult life. For example, ‘over-the-top’ table settings and ‘random acts of food kindness’ as well as achievement certificates, are all motivational and inspirational ways of helping children build a healthy relation- ship with food and instil a lifelong love of cooking. Everything is monitored to ensure a safe and constructive environment in which children can learn and interact. Thousands of children and their families around the coun- try, who have participated in past programmes, are raving about the yummy dishes they have whipped up in the kitchen. For example, 10-year-old Rebecca is now “totally hooked” on cooking, and Wendy Campbell says she and her husband feel totally spoilt coming home to cooked din- ners and having gorgeous meals. So, join the It’s My Turn to Cook Tonight team and go on a roller- coaster culinary ride come the July holidays! Cooking up school holiday fun online A RECENT catch up at Goode Brothers in the heart of Botany Town Centre could have ended on a sweet note with the restaurant’s tempting range of desserts. With delights such as banoffee pie, vanilla crème brulee and apple crumble on offer, who could resist? Both the pie and brulee disappeared in no time at all – these are, after all, hot favourites in the dessert world. The crumble was certainly hot in temperature, but did it have the ‘hot’ factor of the others? Sadly, winter-appropriate crumble wasn’t so winsome on this occasion. Sporting a cap of nothing but singed wholegrain oats, there was no buttery, crumbly magic here! Nevertheless, rustic and homemade soon won over the crowd, and the crumble was eaten without another grumble – all Goode...just. – Natalie Brittan Sweet but not so Goode PERFECTLY PLATED: Claire Gourley with proud participants of the online programme.
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