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Tuesday, 10 October 2006

What's Fresh Tuesday 29th Nov -  Monday 5th Dec



When it comes to our famous ham we have
nothing to hide - 
it's that darn good!

This week we've gone all in on ham specials
so you can experience how good it is yourself.

             

From Produce 
Monday 28th Nov - Sunday 4th Dec


- Mangos                     Only $1.49 each
- Bunched Carrots   Only $1.99 each
- Hydro Spinach       Only $2.49 each
- Celery                        Only $2.99 each

Lemons                     Only $3.99 per kg


We now have fresh cherries in store! 
Season's first and they are delicious...



Cherry, Almond, Spinach Salad
Serves 4

200g spinach
1 cup fresh cherries, halved
½ cup almonds, unsalted and roughly chopped
100g kikorangi blue cheese
thinly sliced red onion

optional: 1 large grilled chicken breast, thinly sliced

For dressing:
½ cup olive oil
½ cup white balsamic vinegar
1 Tbsp honey
1 Tbsp dijon mustard
1 tbsp fresh basil, minced


 In a large salad bowl, layer spinach with cherries, almonds, cheese, onion and chicken breast if using.

Combine dressing ingredients and shake well; drizzle on salad as desired.

Mango Spinach Salad
with Honey Lime Dressing


2 cups fresh spinach
1 mango, peeled and sliced
1/4 cup cashew halves
 
For the Dressing:
2 tablespoons olive oil
2 limes, juiced
2 tablespoons honey
salt and fresh ground pepper, to taste

In a salad bowl, combine spinach, mango slices and cashews; set aside.
 
In a mixing bowl, whisk together olive oil, lime juice, honey, salt and pepper; whisk until thoroughly combined.
 
Pour dressing over salad and gently toss it all together and serve.


  

From the Butchery


Our Free Farmed Ham
Whole or Half

Only $13.99 per kg


Perfect for the xmas party! Our famous hams come from free farmed pigs in Canterbury. We sell them on the bone as ham off the bone is simply the moistest and most delicious way to eat it.

Glaze it yourself with our delicious Pomegranate Molasses Ham Glaze which is only $9.99 per pottle this week, or we can glaze it for you for an extra $25 half ham or $50 for a whole.

Special is for pick up this week only.  




Save the stress and order all your xmas meat today:

Click here for all XMAS order forms.
CALL 442 4161 TO ORDER NOW.


 

 


From the Deli


Freshly Sliced Ham
Only $2.70 per 100g
Save $10 a kg


Get some freshly sliced ham, straight off the bone. Don't just take our word for how delicious it is, try it out for yourself.




Kapiti Baby Kikorangi 200g
Only $12.99 each
Save $3 each


You can't go wrong with this baby! It's an awesome cheese that looks great on a cheese board and is full of flavour.



The sweetness of a ripe pear and the salty creamy blue cheese goes amazing together. To make an easy but impressive appetizer, follow these simple instructions:

Preheat the oven to 150C degrees. 

Slice fresh bread and pop into a toaster for a light browning.  Place the pieces of toast on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper, and smear the toast generously with blue cheese.

Top with a thin slice of pear, crumble on some more blue cheese and place it in the oven until the cheese has melted. Take out of the oven jut to sprinkle on some chopped walnuts and return to the oven again just long enough to heat the walnuts (make sure they don't burn). Remove from oven and drizzle with honey. Ta-da!  


 


From Groceries


Our Pomegranate Molasses Ham Glaze
Only 9.99 each


Made fresh in store by Anne, our head chef. If you've had it before, you know what we're on about... it's flippin delicious! Glazing the ham yourself is super easy when you have the right ingredient.



To serve ham warm and glazed:


- Pre-heat oven to 150°C
- Line dish with baking paper
- Peel off the skin leaving as much fat as possible
- Score the fat lightly, approx 5mm deep
- Pour whole pottle of glaze onto centre of ham and let it spread down over entire ham.
- Bake at 150°C for approx 6 mins per/kg.

Note: Ham is already cooked, you are only warming it to the bone – not cooking it.


 


 

New Products


The Panettone's are here!!!
As usual they are flying out the door so make
sure you don't wait too long to grab yours.




Wine Glass Writer 3-pk

Speciality, non-toxic ink that stays on for the party but wipes off with a sponge. Great xmas pressie, keep track of your wine glasses or write a message straight on the bottle you're giving away. 




AWAKA Sparkling Coconut Water

This nourishing range is crafted by the CHIA team from natural coconut water infused with New Zealand fruit. It's a 100% natural drink without added sugar, great refreshing option on a hot summer day.  




From our Nutritionist




Make your own Christmas Cranberry Sauce

Cranberries have long been the accompaniment of turkey and ham on the Christmas table. Everything from the traditional jelly to more robust chutney that is full of chunk and subtle spice is the go.

Cranberries are mostly known for their health benefit of preventing UTI’s, this is because they have a component that acts as a barrier to bacteria that can latch onto the urinary tract lining. 

Cranberries are an amazing source of vitamin C, E and fibre. 

Because of their amazing antioxidant properties they will be part of the help within the body’s natural detoxification process of the liver and kidneys. Add to that the level of phytonutrients in cranberries that work as anti-inflammatory agents in the body and you have a super berry.

At Christmas time we sell fresh cranberries which you will find in the vegetable chiller, but if you would like to get something made now, you will find a stock of them in the freezer to take home and create this simple recipe below.

Cranberries are very tart and I have given you a basic sweetness in the recipe below but if you want more sweetness try a squeeze of orange juice as well as the zest.  If you would like a little spice in your sauce, add a cinnamon stick while it’s simmering and a pinch of nutmeg at the end.



Simply Cranberry Sauce
2 cups of cranberries
1 cup water
1/3 cup honey pending your desired sweetness
Grated zest of an orange (should be about 1 tablespoon)
 
Give your fresh cranberries a good rinse in a colander or thaw out frozen ones.
Place into a pot with the water and bring to the boil then simmer for about 20 minutes.
Add the honey and orange zest and simmer gently for a further 5 mins.
Remove from the heat and place in a jar ready to serve or store in the fridge for use at another time.

 




Meet our Growers and Producers





Fresh Club Winner
 

This weeks Fresh Club Winner is Elaine Higgins,
Congratulations Elaine!
Come in to collect your Raeward Fresh $40 gift card from the cashiers


 


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