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Upper Hutt Leader : July 6th 2011
21 UPPER HUTT LEADER, JULY 6, 2011 Bell House 40 Camp Street Trentham Ph 527 8835 We try harder ALWAYS Dinner - Tuesday to Saturday Winner of Wellington Best Specialist Restaurant MANO'S LICENSED RESTAURANT The Exquisite Indian Dining Experience "Serving for 20 years authentic Indian & Malaysian cuisine to pamper the discerning tastes of Upper Hutters" Fully Licensed & BYO Wine Only 39 Main Street, Upper Hutt Ph 939 9288 Fax 939 9336 LUNCH Tues-Fri 12-2 from DINNER Mon-Sun 5pm onwards Sun-Thurs Complimentary Soup for Diners 3668042 Licenced + BYO Wine Only 92 Main Street, Upper Hutt • Ph: 04 527 9285 Long established restaurant serving authentic Upper Hutt's 3703285AE Yummy! INDIAN & TANDOORI CUISINE LUNCH: Wed-Fri 12-2pm DINNER: Tue-Sun 5pm-late Advertising Feature DININGOUT S ample a taste of Upper Hutt For all Upholstery & Furniture Repairs FURNITURE Repairs, Restoration & Recovering Suppliers of Foam, Vinyl & Fabric VEHICLE Upholstery & Wood Repairs to: •Modern •Classic & •Vintage Cars For the finest craftsmanship with Free Quotes, Pickup & Delivery and Large Sample Range 40 Ward St, Upper Hutt Ph: (04) 528 0127 Fax (04) 528 2580 Email: email@example.com Quality cuisine: Curry-Land offers mouth-watering meals at an affordable price. Enjoy the intimate environment at Curry-Land or if you prefer to eat at home, simply request takeaway. FROM Page 20 The restaurant is open for dinner from 5pm till late and from noon till 2pm for lunch on Thursday and Friday. It is also fully licensed and offers wine BYO. Contact the friendly staff at 528 0408 or simply visit them at 716 Fergusson Dr for an unforgettable experience. Meals will also be delivered for a $5 charge upon request. If you have a family dinner or a party coming up, Curry-Land can also cater to any function of your choice and will customise their meals to your needs. Entree/small-size meals start at $5.50 and include favourites from the Tandoori oven. Mains begin at $15 and range from vindaloo chicken to Chinese meals such as Gobi Manchurian with fresh cauliflower and ginger. Side dishes include a range of rice, breads and chutney spreads. Top students show off their best artworks Top Art -- the annual touring exhibition of some of New Zealand s top secondary school vis- ual art portfolios -- is coming to Upper Hutt. The exhibition is co-ordinated by NZQA. In Upper Hutt it will be at Archibald s from July 12 till July 21 during usual shopping hours. All the students involved in the exhi- bition gained excel- lence for their work at NCEA level 3 in 2010. Food for thought: Sarah Blaikie and Tanya Radford cook delicious meals at Orongomai Marae, without breaking the bank. Photo: JIMMY NESS Healthy meals can be tasty By JIMMY NESS Life can still be sweet if you have diabetes and Orongomai Marae is showing the community how it s done. The marae ran the last of its monthly support groups for Maori and Pacific Islanders last Thursday. Visitors learnt about living with diabetes, eating healthy and cooking on a budget. Podiatrist Cara Foothead, who spoke to the diabetes group, says diabetic people are at risk because they often lack feeling in their feet and legs, and will not realise they have injured themselves. Education is very important. There s a lot of information about there. If you are going to sit near a hot fire be really careful. Put a blanket or a cover over your legs. Valley Primary Health Organis- ation health promoter Candice Apelu says understanding dia- betes and having family support helps people to live with the condition. Three hundred and fifty million people in the world have diabetes. When you have it, you have still got to eat and having support at home is important. The classes cover many topics including understanding diabetes medication, nutrition and the importance of exercise. William TeKooti regularly attends the two-hour support groups and says diabetes is a big issue in Polynesian communities. I did not know what it was. We have different ways of eating. It s genetic, and a lifestyle issue. In the classes we learn how to cook at home and use various vegetables, which our culture does not usually. Dietitian Carol Gibbs also taught a class about healthy cooking on a tight budget. Participants learnt how to make spicy pumpkin soup, mini quiches and corn rolls with simple recipes. The free support groups will resume in the next few months and alternate between Lower and Upper Hutt venues. For more information contact Tanya Radford on 576 8602.
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