Nelson Leader : September 5th 2013
33 THE NELSON LEADER, SEPTEMBER 5, 2013 NEWS We specialise in Bathrooms, Renovations and Repairs From Design to Completion NZ wide franchise guarantee FOR A FREE QUOTE PHONE: 545 9941 0272 748 773 email@example.com www.fixit.co.nz CHURCH NOTICES For a FREE QUOTE phone 545 7522 0274 772 778 BATHROOM & INTERIOR RENOVATION SPECIALISTS ALL TRADES START TO FINISH Qualified Decorators & for Supported by: 3817513AA LOCATION DATE TIME VENUE Nelson Thursday, 2.30- Whakatu Marae 12 September 4.30pm It s been more than 50 years since the Māori Community Development Act was passed. After holding an Inquiry into the Act and listening to submissions, the Māori Affairs Parliamentary Select Committee suggested changes be examined for the roles and funding of the: • New Zealand Māori Council and Māori Associations; • governance of Māori Wardens; • and provisions for Community Officers. Government is now holding a comprehensive consultation on the Māori Community Development Act 1962. Feedback is being gathered at nineteen public Consultation Hui being held across the country throughout September and by written submissions. A discussion paper and fact sheets are available from your local Te Puni Kōkiri office or by going online to www.tpk.govt.nz and clicking on "MCDA Have Your Say". The details for the Nelson Hui are: Written submissions are due by Monday 30 September 2013, 5pm and can be sent by: Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org Post to: Māori Community Development Act 1962 Consultation C/- Te Puni Kōkiri, Freepost 157031, Wellington, 6140 Public Consultation on the Māori Community Development Act 1962 MCDA_10 FURNITURE SPRAYING Save money and modernise your home and furniture Ray McKenzie and Sons Ltd 43 Parkers Road, Tahunanui, Nelson Email: email@example.com Ph: (03) 548 5259 - Fax: (03) 548 5756 Painting & Decorating - Residential & Commercial Kitchen Units & Equipment, Dining & Bedroom Suites, Office Furniture, Doors etc. Long Lasting, Durable and over a Thousand Colours Free Quotes and Competitive Prices DOING IT RIGHT SINCE 1948 EXTERIOR & INTERIOR DECORATING 5126706AB 2982347AA Lawnmowing Rubbish Removal Gutter Cleaning Gardening Pruning Hedge Trimming FREE QUOTES Insurance Cover PHONE 546-7075 TRADES AND SERVICES TRADES AND SERVICES Whakatu Maori Mission Where: Grenary Room (Founders Heritage Park). 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From the north to the south, there was a plethora of good food and creative beverage matching, making our decision more difficult than ever. The Riwaka Hotel is surrounded by apple orchards and the pub s co-owner Justin Scott said it made sense that the starting point for the entry would be Monteith s Crisp Apple Cider, especially since the apples used in it come from the region. Brian said he wanted a lighter meat, something subtle that would work with apples . He chose rabbit, having worked a lot with a similar ingredient, hare, when he was a chef in London. After some experimentation, he came up with Oma Rapeti, a trio of dishes including hand-made kumara gnocchi stuffed with rab- bit belly, bacon and pumpkin on a parsnip and apple puree with a crumbed fore-leg of rabbit; rabbit stew with puff pastry; and pan- fried rabbit loin on sauteed cabbage with a cider and fennel sauce, matched with Monteith s Crushed Apple Cider. I use a lot of cider in the dish. When you reduce it down, it gets sweeter, which balan- ces the acid of the cider itself, said Brian. Making it to the finals of such a high- profile national competition highlights the great chef we ve got and gives people confi- dence to come out here, Justin said. We ve spent two years renovating the hotel to the point where we can go out to the public and promote it as a real destination. He said country pubs had to diversify to survive. For the Riwaka that had meant transform- ing the restaurant into the type of operation that could cater to all kinds of markets. The restaurant had remained open all win- ter and that real consistency is starting to pay off. The level of that dish shows off Brian s skills and training . Brian is a Nelson man who has been a chef for 18 years, including a couple at the Royal Air Force Club in London, a fine dining establishment for RAF officers and members of the royal family. He was the head chef at Opium on Auck- land s Queen St when he decided to return to the quieter pace of life which he is now enjoy- ing with his wife and 2-year-old daughter. At the Riwaka, he makes everything, including stocks, sauces and even mayon- naise from scratch, and as a trained pastry chef, he is producing classic desserts too. Brian said Oma Rapeti was drawing diners back for return visits to the Riwaka, and Justin said he was fielding a lot of calls asking if it was still on the menu. The pair want to focus on winning the Wild Food Challenge and if that goal is accomplished, the dish will feature for another month. But first the final, and the $15,000 prize. That would put a smile on a few faces, that s for sure, Justin said.
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