Jap pumpkin $1kg
Local Pink Lady apples $2.50kg
Soup packs $3.50ea
Phone orders: 6344 1011
Roasted Pumpkin & Carrot Soup
1kg pumpkin, peeled, deseeded, cubed800g carrots, peeled, cubed1/4 cup olive oil2 brown onions, halved, thinly sliced2 garlic cloves, crushed1 tbs mustard seeds2 tsp ground coriander1 tsp ground cumin1 tsp ground turmeric1/2 tsp ground cardamom1/4 tsp chilli powder (optional)4 cups salt-reduced vegetable stock2 cups waterNatural yoghurt, to servePreheat oven to 210°C. Place pumpkinand carrot in large baking tray, drizzle over2 tbsp of oil, toss to coat. Roast for 30-35minutes or until golden and tender.Heat the remaining oil in a large saucepanover medium heat. Add the onion, seasonwith salt, reduce heat to low. Cook, stirringoften, for 20 minutes or until soft. Add gar-lic, mustard seeds, coriander, cumin, tur-meric, cardamom & chilli powder. Cook,stirring, for 2 minutes or until aromatic &the mustard seeds start to pop.Add the pumpkin, carrot, stock & water,increase heat to medium, cover and bringto the boil. Reduce heat to low, cook cov-ered for 15 minutes. Uncover. Set asidefor 15 minutes to cool slightly.Using a stick blender blend until smooth.Place over low heat and cook, stirring for4 minutes or until heated through. Ladleinto serving bowls, top with a dollop ofyoghurt & stir to create a swirled effect.
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Friday 22 July
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02 6344 2332
Prospective parents of year seven 2012and any other interested parents areinvited to attend an open morning tofamiliarise themselves with CanowindraHigh School. This will be held on Tuesday26 July at 10am commencing withmorning tea in the Staff Common Room.There will be a short talk from some of thestaff, followed by a tour of the school. Itwould be appreciated if you could call thefront office on 6344 1305 if you will beattending to assist with numbers forcatering purposes. We look forward tomeeting you and giving you an insightinto the school.
After visiting Indonesia's feedlots andabattoirs earlier this month, John Cobbwas in town today meeting with localsand business owners to find some grassroots issues.John stated that one local issue stood outmore than others, "I would have to sayabout 98% of Cabonne residents areagainst any council amalgamation and areeven quite angry about it."John is pleasantly surprised to see theconfidence and growth in essentialbusiness services and retail, although heunderstands that discretionary expendi-ture is more at risk, where households areless likely to purchase non essential itemsat the moment.John was rather impressed with one localbusiness, Lucerne Foods Parts &Machinery, that is doing so well that theyare increasing their employee numbers,and their recent trip overseas to gethands on experience in different farmingand maintenance techniques."The area between Canowindra, Molongand Orange is some of the best farmingcountry in Australia, however further outwest they desperately need more rain."On the issue of the ban of live cattle ex-port to Indonesia, John advised that dur-ing his trip he visited feedlots that were asgood, if not better, than the standard of similar set ups here in Australia.The ban is already having a detrimentaleffect on a whole range of Australianswho make their living from jobs associ-ated with the live export trade. Road traindrivers, mechanics, helicopter pilots. Allout of work and onto the dole.
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