Rodney Times : December 2nd 2010
17 RODNEY TIMES, DECEMBER 2, 2010 SUNDAY SERVICES -10am & 7pm 794 East Coast Road, Albany, Auckland. www.cityimpactchurch.com 0800 CHURCH WATCH US ON tv 6am -TUESDAY 6a m-FRIDAY 9a m-SUNDAY TV3 PRIME WITH PASTORS PETER & BEV MORTLOCK Put some South in your mouth Competition winning Smoked Pork Ribs Legendary Eye Fillet with a Jack Daniels glaze Succulent Alaskan King Crab Leg Seafood Platter Amazing Chicken Wings Fresco gourmet Tex-Mex Awesome vegetarian options New summer menu with tasty salads and Jambalaya signature burgers WE NOW DO TAKE-OUT ORDERS SEE OUR MENU @ www.southernkitchen.co.nz "Authentic American cuisine" Shop 8, 49 Rawhiti Road, Manly Village Whangaparaoa • Bookings 094247201 OPEN TUES -- SUN 5 UNTIL LATE Fully licensed and BYO Wine www.southernkitchen.co.nz Come along and Join in! For further information contact Secretary/Manager Sue East Phone: 424 9026 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 424 2446 CLUBROOMS: 43a VIPOND RD, WHANGAPARAOA POSTAL: P O BOX 97 SILVERDALE 0944 www.silverdalersa.org.nz Silverdale & Districts Returned Services Association Inc Yes you are Welcome and your dollar will go further. ENTERTAINMENT DECEMBER 2010 Friday 10 Andy Ellis Saturday 11 Blast from the Past Friday 17 JamesRay Saturday 18 Amarillo Friday 24 DStarlights Saturday 25 CLOSED Friday 31 Southern Cross with Marian Burns Ticket only night. Tickets $25.00 for Members and $30.00 for Members Guests 3170973AC masala INDIAN RESTAURANT $10 7 DAY LUNCH SPECIAL Any curry, rice, Naan, Drink -------or------- ALL MAINS MON-WED ONLY Takeout, dine-in or delivery www.masalarestaurant.co.nz NOW TAKING BOOKINGS FOR CHRISTMAS! WHANGAPAROA Brightside Road Stanmore Bay P 428 1666 F 428 1666 195 3191677AA 735 37 AC INDIAN CUISINE Dine In Takeaway Free local delivery Lunch Mon-Fri 11.30-2.30 Dinner 7 nights 4.30 till late Shop 11, 15 Karepiro Drive Whangaparaoa Ph 09 424 3400 *conditions apply WHEN 10 OR MORE DINE IN WHEN 10 OR www.raviz.co.nz An a orda a a abllle e e e e tour not to o o bbe e e e e missed!!! Explore the best of Turkey With Turkish-born Adem Ozkan Join us for an authentic Turkish experience. 14-day tour fully escorted from Auckland. Call: 09 427 9040 Email: email@example.com Visit: 332 Hibiscus Coast Highway Departs June 2011. Contact us for full details. Advertising Feature entertainment Dining& Southern smiles Jambalaya: Julie and Joey Moon have brought the flavours of the southern United States to Whangaparaoa. Jambalaya Southern Kitchen in Manly has its own southern cook in the kitchen. Serving up recipes she s learnt or created over 30 years of cooking in America s south, Julie Moon and her team are bringing authentic southern taste to Whangaparaoa. Owners Julie and Joey Moon have revamped the menu and are serving burgers, summer salads, and signature dishes like buffalo chicken wings, smoked Texas crutch pork ribs, Jack Daniels glazed eye filet and New Orleans-style crab cakes. Their latest addition to the menu, Alaskan king crab, has been a big win- ner and is served in entree and main sizes. They also offer takeaways so you can pick up some gourmet fast food on your way home after a busy day. Everything that comes out of the Jambalaya kitchen is handmade and comes in big, American- sized portions, from the Lafayette chicken jamba- laya, which takes six hours to cook, to the black beans on your nachos, right down to the pecan pie. In addition, Joey has recently taken the ribs to a new level using an old family friend s compe- tition winning recipe from the southern United States. Julie is now cooking fulltime. Joey says this has brought focus to their traditional down- home southern cooking. ''Customers have been enjoying Julie s recipes since we opened, but now that she s involved with the team in the prep- aration and authenti- cation of the meals, we re really happy with the results. The team in the kitchen put an emphasis on flavour. ''We want our food to taste good, that s the main thing, Julie says. ''And we all love being in the kitchen. We re in our element there. Joey says they ve had a customer come in three times in one week due to the great food and smil- ing faces. Some delicious desserts have also been added to the menu -- cre ` me brule ´ e, key lime parfait, cheesecakes, pumpkin pie and old favourites like banana split. The menu is affordable too -- with mains starting at $18. ''Come on down and put some south in your mouth at Jambalaya Southern Kitchen. Jambalaya is at shop 8, 49 Rawhiti Rd in Manly, Whangaparaoa, open Tuesday to Sunday, 5pm until late. View the menu at www.southernkitchen. co.nz or call (09) 424- 7201 for bookings or takeaways. Chance to win a chicken cookbook Simon and Alison Holst s 26th book together, 100 Favourite Ways with Chicken, has been released in time for Christmas shopping. The Holsts original chicken recipe book is now out of print, and this new book was published in response to the many requests they received. Alison is an Orewa resident and says the book includes a variety of recipes, from impressive dinner party pleasers to quick, one-pan family favourites. The Rodney Times has copies of 100 Favourite Ways with Chicken to give away. Write your name, address and phone num- ber on the back of an envelope and post to Rodney Times, Recipe Book Giveaway, PO Box 79, Orewa 0946. One entry per person please. Puhoi gig brings violinist back home Welcome home: Beyondsemble plays at the Puhoi Hall on December 12 from 7pm. Talented Puhoi-born musician Jessica Hindin returns home after two successful tours of New Zealand with her quartet Beyondsemble. Having played at the Montana World of WearableArt Awards Show, the Nelson Arts Festival, Wellington Folk Festival and in the Hawke s Bay, the ener- getic musicians are bringing their composi- tions to the Puhoi Hall on December 12 at 7pm. Jessica, who plays violin and keyboards, says she is happy to return to her hometown. ''I was born in the old villa right behind the Puhoi Pub and grew up there until I was about eight, when we moved to Hatfields Beach. I have performed many times in the Puhoi Hall. First, at a young age, alongside mum and dad who were heavily involved with the various choirs and early music groups. Jess father was a com- munity music teacher and her mother recently donated a piano to the Puhoi Hall. The band will use it for their per- formance. ''Over the years I ve performed there with various groups, includ- ing my string quartet which was involved with the Kowhai Singers con- cert. It is really special and means so much to be playing there again, Jess says. Beyondsemble per- forms a range of music from around the world, weaving together blue- grass, Celtic, eastern European, jazz, tango and Latin music, and often composes new tunes on the spot. Tickets are $15 at the door.
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