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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : July 2 2008
26 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, July 3, 2008 Keeping it healthy DAIRY- AND NUT-FREE MUESLI SLICE Recipe KIRRILY LA ROSA. Photography STEVE BROWN. Makes: 24 pieces 1 cup traditional oats; 2 cups puffed rice cereal; 1/3 cup rice flour; 1/2 cup caster sugar; 1/2 cup desiccated coconut; 1/3 cup sultanas; 1/3 cup dried apricots, chopped; 1 cup dried apple, chopped; 1/4 cup vegetable oil; 2 eggs; 2 tablespoons honey. Method: Preheat oven to 180C/160C fan-forced. Line base and sides of a 3cm-deep, 20cm x 30cm (base) lamington pan with baking paper, allowing a 2cm overhang. Combine oats, cereal, flour, sugar, coconut, sultanas, apricots and apple in a bowl. Whisk oil, eggs and honey together in a jug. Stir into oat mixture. Transfer to prepared pan. Using the back of a large metal spoon, press mixture into pan. Bake for 20 to 30 minutes or until lightly browned. Cool in pan. Cut into squares. Serve. This slice is best stored in the refrigerator overnight before cutting into squares. TOP NOSH www.innerwestweekly.com.au For more warming winter recipes, grab the latest issue of Super Food Ideas, Australia's leading food magazine. Seafood SYDNEY Fish Market's specials for the week starting Monday, June 30. Prices are in kg/doz. Christie's Seafoods: whole snap- per, NSW, $19.50kg. Claudio's Quality Seafoods: blue- eye trevalla fillets, NSW, $28.99kg. De Costi Seafood: Boston Bay blue mussels, SA, $4.99kg . Musumeci Seafoods: green blue swimmer crab, NSW, $11.95kg. Nicholas Seafoods: fresh sword- fish steaks, NSW, $20.80kg. Peter's Fish Market: medium cooked black tiger prawns, Qld, $19.99kg. Ask Kim My six-year-old doesn't like what I pack for her school lunches. Do you have some ideas that are healthy and tasty? Most muesli bars are high in sugar and fat. Try including healthier homemade slices filled with grain and fruit or muffins and cakes with sultanas, bananas and carrots. It's important to keep kids hy- drated. Steer clear of sugary juice poppers or soft drinks and opt for water instead. Kids need two serves of fruit a day, so try to include fresh or packaged fruit to ensure they get their intake. Kids also need calcium to help growing bones. Choose low-fat diary products such as yoghurt, milk, cheese and cheese spreads. Vary what's on offer as kids get bored with the same old food! Keep them interested by cutting their sandwiches into different shapes using a cookie cutter. Kim Coverdale is food editor at Super Food Ideas. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org Specials FRANKLINS Quilton toilet roll varieties 6s, $2.99, save $1.70. Lupi extra virgin/pure/extra light olive oil varieties 3 litre $22.99, save up to $14.09. Flora spread sunflower varieties 1kg, $3.49, save $1.50. 10s 375ml Kirks soft drink can varieties, buy 3 for $9.99, save $13.38. 4th or more $3.33 each or single unit price $7.79 each Omo laundry powder concentrate varieties 1.5kg, $4.98, save $3.50. On sale from Monday, June 30, until Sunday, July 6, while stocks last. Sav- ings are off regular prices. Savings may differ in your store. ALDI Whole butternut/kent pumpkin, 29c per kg. Mushrooms, 500g, $2.99. Rockmelon, 99c each. Kiwi fruit 9-pack, $1.40. Produce prices effective from Tuesday, July 1, until Monday, July 7. WOOLWORTHS Prime quality beef rump steak, $13.95kg, save $9.04. Fresh Tasmanian atlantic salmon fillets, $26.99kg. Hass avocados, $1.14ea New season tangelos, $3.91kg. Beechwood leg ham, sliced or shaved, $13.95kg. On sale Monday, June 30, to Sunday, July 6, unless sold out earlier. Limits per customer may apply. COOK UP A COLT Australian Good Taste magazine is looking for Australia's best home cooks for the Golden Whisk Awards. All you need to be in the running is a winning weeknight recipe your family loves and a brilliant kitchen tip. More than $28,000 in prizes is on offer, including a Mitsubishi Colt. Pick up a copy of Australian Good Taste latest issue for entry details. Australian Good Taste is available for $4.25 from newsagencies, Woolworths, Safeway, Big W stores. For terms and conditions see www.taste.com.au/goodtaste Peasant Italian with a touch of class NAME: Haberfield Post WHERE: 60 Dalhousie St, Haberfield OPEN: For dinner seven nights and lunch Friday- Sunday. Phone 9716 4344 PROFILE: Xavier Toby Tradition meets modern at Haberfield Post. A CHEF from the Sardegna province in Italy produces traditional meals at Haberfield Post. There are pizza and pasta options, along with creative meat and seafood combinations. The specials board is changed every two weeks, to ensure even repeat customers can constantly be trying something new. ''The specials are all written in Italian to give the waiters a chance to talk to the customers. We enjoy explaining the specials to people,'' owner Tony Toscano said. Haberfield Post has only been open for seven weeks. Mr Toscano and his children operated a successful restaurant around the corner for seven years. He spent more than four months renovating the old post office, which had been vacant for more than three years. The high ceilings and bright, spacious interior make for a relaxed dining experience. ''We have restored the front section to the original, and there will be outdoor dining once it gets warmer,'' Mr Toscano said. The kitchen is open so people can see the food being prepared. For lunch we were treated to bruschetta topped with a porcini mushroom and a root vegetable mix. Italians peasants used to eat the meal since the ingredients were easy to come by in some regions. It is now a delicacy and was delicious. For a main meal we shared pan- cooked rabbit, a tender and moist white meat that was also tasty. Then we had a large fillet of barramundi that had been cooked with porcini mushrooms. ''The porcini mushrooms go very well with many types of seafood,'' Mr Toscano said. 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