The summer months are the perfect time for entertaining friends and family, and whether it’s a dinner party or BBQ, good food will always be on the menu. But, did you know that half of all food poisoning occurs in the home? Follow the three simple Cs – clean, cook, chill to avoid getting ill this summer. We all want to keep our friends and families safe, so remember these easy steps while cooking.
Check out foodsafety.govt.nz/ccc for handy food safety tips.
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Donations can be droped off at Caltex Welcome Bay,Kati Kati Greerton.
Z Energy 11th AV, Bethlehem ,Hewletts Rd. Mobile Brookfield Challenge Service Station Omokoroa, Crockfords Real Estate Cherrywood, Wet and Forget Chapel st., 20 Ririnui Place Maungatapu, Philips Garage Fraser St.,Farm lands Te Puna, Stash-it Papamoa and The Lakes Clinic
THE CLOSE OFF DATE FOR DONATIONS IS THIS FRIDAY They can be delivered to the Cool Store Harvard Way on Thursday or Sunday Morning between (am till Midday.
Sale starts Friday 6th March 3pm-8pm Saturday 9am-4.30pm Sunday 9am- 4.30pm with a Auction of Treasures Art and Collectables at 1pm Sunday at the SEEKA Cool Store Harvard Way opposite Classic Flyers on the way to the Airport
Here at Curtain Clean we are big advocates of sustainability. Clean, re-use, recycle!
Help us reduce waste and have fun doing it with our little tutorial on how to turn a T-shirt into a re-usable bag.
You’ll need:• Old t-shirt – The thicker the fabric, the sturdier the bag
• Sharp scissors, preferably fabric scissors
• Washable marker (optional)
Step 1: Cut the sleeves off so it resembles a singlet.
Step 2: Cut the neckline area into a circle or oval – these will become our handles. Trace a bowl to get a perfectly round circle.
Step 3: Turn the t-shirt inside out. Determine where you want the bottom of the bag to be and trace a line across. Keep in mind that depending on the fabric used, your tote is likely stretch and become longer when it’s filled with stuff.
Step 4: Cut slits from the bottom of the shirt up to the line marking the bottom of your bag. Keep the slits small to prevent large gaps in the bottom of the bag. You’ll want to cut both the front and back layers together because they need to match up for the next step.
Step 5: Tie the front and back fringe together in knots and turn the shirt right side out. For extra embellishments, tie the straps (handles) in knots, or tie bits of t-shirt scrap to the top.
P.S. We'd love to see your creations!!