282 days ago

Exciting Breakfast Co-lab!

I Love Ponsonby

Love good food and giving back?

Orphans kitchen are creating an exciting co-lab with Gemmayze St, Friday August 30th, 7am - 10.30am!

Indulge in a two-course Lebanese inspired breakfast created by Samir Allen (Gemmayze St) and Tom Hishon (Orphans Kitchen), accompanied by a juice and coffee pairing. Tickets are $45 a head and bookings are essential - www.orphanskitchen.co.nz...

10% of the proceeds will go to Everybody Eats, the pay-as-you-feel restaurant giving back to those in need while combating food waste.

#ILovePonsonby

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1 day ago

Cafe sign telling staff to speak English 'may breach workers' rights'

Melanie Earley Reporter from Central Leader

Kia ora neighbours, Circus Circus cafe has been criticised for telling employees to speak English at all times "out of respect for colleagues".

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4 hours ago

Finger Food!

New Zealand School of Food & Wine

A special day in our Advanced Cookery students preparing mouthwatering finger food treats. Starting with Celia’s ever-best, fresh out of the oven, Salmon & Spinach Roulade, crispy fried carrot, celery and ricotta wontons, Oleksii, from Ukraine, holds a plate of the bllini with smoked salmon mousse topped with paprika, Yorkshire puddings with rare beef & horseradish cream and finally filo tartlets with chervil & coriander mousse.

8 hours ago

How Hobsonville Pt's community spirit became an antidote to Covid-19

Andrea Neighbourly Lead from Eden Terrace

I thought this message was apt for the Neighbourly community...
Covid-19 has been a tragedy for those who lost loved ones and a disaster for those who have lost jobs – but a group of neighbours in one of Auckland’s newest communities have shown what the virus has done for community spirit.
Back in February, residents in Hobsonville Point got together to talk about the looming crisis of Covid-19. Although it was early days, they were deeply concerned and decided to discuss ways they could be ready for whatever was coming their way.
They knew there was evidence that tight-knit, organised communities did better generally – and felt Hobsonville Point was perfectly placed to take advantage.
A driving force in the group was Arena Williams. She and partner Max are both lawyers and committed to Hobsonville Point – and Williams says there is a strong community spirit, supported by an active Residents’ Society. Read more ... www.oneroof.co.nz...