I will be bringing in fresh mountain river prawns from fiji. These are not farmed or fed in any way. My aim is to bring them into new zealand within a week so it is fresh as can be. I will be bringing in about 200kgs every month or so. To those of you who know about fiji prawns will know that it is very different from prawns sold here. Nothing beats it.Since this is a new thing for me i would like to know how many people would be interested rather then me having to sell at markets.
Have you heard this trick before? A handy hack on how to open OXO cubes is causing a stir online, as it seems many of us have been doing it all wrong.
Forget crumbling up the cube after opening the silver foil packaging - it seems that packaging was actually designed to be flattened. To read more click here.
Simply open up the flaps on the side, flatten them out and then crumble the cube inside the package, turning it into a powder that's a heck of a lot easier to add to your dish.
Did you know this handy trick? Have you been opening the cubes the wrong way your whole life like the rest of us? Will this make cooking for your family a little easier? Share your thoughts in the replies below!
For a second year, Neighbourly and Resene are challenging you to Colour your Community! This is a chance to make a positive difference in your neighbourhood by transforming an area that needs a little love. There's six prizes of up to $1000 worth of Resene paints, wood stains and accessories up for grabs!
Whether it's a new mural for your community hall, a graffiti clean up or a local playground paint job, Colour Your Community lets you paint the town red (or green or blue). Apply now on behalf of your organisation, business, or for your own community project.
Has anyone had problems with Tonys Tyre Service in takanini? We replaced 2 tyres but were charged for 4 x balancing, 4x disposal, 4x valves 4x fitting. They will not admit they have made a mistake, and will not refund the overpaid.
Problem solved - Head office has been in touch, and sorted it. thanks everyone.