Waiheke Marketplace : June 20th 2012
www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 7 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, JUNE 20, 2012 NEWS We will be stocking Trulife Breast forms and Bras for post-breast surgery from June 28 Please chat with us further about this new service that may work for you and to make an appointment with Donna, Ann and Sioux Devonport Lingerie Shop 2, One Queens Parade, Devonport 445 8347 -- Open 7 Days We will be hosting 2 fitting days, Thursday June 28 and Saturday June 30. Wendy Smith, a fitting and product specialist from OPC Heath in Australia, will be in store to fit you and assist us in training to provide this new service. As a thank you to you for having a fitting here, and helping us train to provide women who have had breast surgery, confidence, comfort and fashionable styling, we would like to gift you a little something to take home, and offer you a discount of 20% on that day. We are also registered with the Department of Health if you would like us to make a claim on your behalf. 4665316AA 4674001AA Housie starting Thursday 11.30am All welcome! Top nosh gets thumbs up from principal Winning burgers: Chanel Allinson and Daisy Norton took the year 10 challenge with Lotte Macgregor. Tasting trio: Judges Patrick Griffiths, Daniel Sadd and Tony Moss mark the burgers against a checklist. Finishing touches: Felix Knight added fresh edible flowers to his competition entry. Nearly there: Renee Duffy plates up her entry. Ultimate test: Principal Neil Watson tries out one of the Ultimate Waihekean Dream Burgers. By GILL ALCOCK WINNING BURGERS Principal Neil Watson returned from an overseas trip just in time for one of the tastiest highlights of his school year. The annual Local Burger Compe- tition for year 10 and 11 Waiheke High School hospitality students focused on the creation of the Ultimate Waihekean Dream Burger. Hospitality teacher Huhana Davis says the burger challenge included prioritising the use of local products. Each of the entries had to include a minimum of four local products sponsored by local food producers. The budding chefs could choose from Jenny's 2012 Cuisine Tamar- ind Chutney, Waiheke Cheeses by James Clairmont, prosciutto from Casita Miro Kitchen, Wild on Wai- heke's chutneys, Ringawera breads and buns, and Rangihoua Estate and Salty Dog extra virgin olive oils. The eating local'' theme was completed by locally sourced fish and mussels plus vegetables from the school's garden and kumara that had been planted under the guidance of Eugene Bevan-Kitto. One student even supplied his own meat. Dylan Fenton brought venison shot with his father Karl on a hunt- ing trip the previous weekend. The finished burgers were judged by chefs Tony Moss, Justin Scheih- ing from Casito Miro, Daniel Sadd from Fenice and Patrick Griffiths of Ringawera Breads. The chefs congratulated the students on their efforts and creativity in developing some truly inspiring, original Waihekean flavours'' along with their presen- tation standards. Mr Griffiths says it was fantas- tic work''. What I've most admired today is how you have all worked together.'' Mr Watson says each year the food gets better and better''. It's a highlight of my year to do the tasting,'' he says. Year 10 winners Waiheke Fish Fiesta Burger created by Lotte MacGregor, Chanel Allinson and Daisy Norton. Gobble Down Waiheke Turkey Burger cooked by Elice Jacomb. Year 9 winners Mexican Spice Burger created by Tamaara Nicholson, Mowai Hennebry and Grace Nanai.
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