Its the first Alberton Market Day of the season on Sunday! Many of our favourite regulars and several exciting new food vendors will be bringing their delicious artisanal goodies.
Come along to treat your taste buds and pick up a few things you wont find in the supermarket! Stock up the pantry and shop local for all your Christmas gifts this year.
Pictured: Spice mixes and tea by Chati Chai, Yvette from the Red Hot Kiwi Company, wild meat deli products from Cazador, Pauline with her Christmas cakes made to Great Grandma Jenkin's recipe, boutique single origin chocolate bars from Foundry Chocolate, Wild West Worcester who will be bringing their sauces and relishes all the way from Dargaville, jams and pickles made by Nancy from Zino's - possibly the most prolific preserve maker in the city!
Alberton Market Day, Sunday 10 November, 10am-2pm. FREE ENTRY. Rain or shine. Dog friendly.
100 Mt Albert Road, Mt Albert.
Looking for a Christmas Special Recipe? Try baking our delicious easy Shortbread recipe.
This classic shortbread recipe is based on one from Edmond's Cookbook and is great to get the kids started on. Most shortbread recipes use caster sugar but I find that beginner cooks have greater success using icing sugar which is quick to cream.
225 g Butter, cut into cubes
225 g Flour
125 g Cornflour
125 g Icing sugar
Check out the full recipe on the link below.
Hi neighbours, we all know Kiwis love coffee but a survey has found that Auckland coffee drinkers are more likely to buy their coffee than Kiwis from the regions. A third of Aucklanders buy at least half of their weekly coffees and most preferred a flat white. How often do you buy coffee out? What do you usually order? And which local cafes do you think make the best coffee? Share your thoughts in the comments.
Hi Aucklanders, NZ Bus services have resumed, following six days of driver suspensions affecting approximately 70,000 trips daily. The suspensions came as bus drivers stopped accepting passenger fares, in a bid for better pay work hours. On Thursday, First Union and Tramways withdrew industrial action after Auckland Council got involved with concerns of the suspension's impact on the city's public transport. However, union members and NZ Bus are yet to come to an agreement.
Were you able to catch your normal bus this morning?