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Edited by Gluckman, Ann; Levy Friedler, Deb; Davis, Lindy
A unique insight into Auckland's Jewish communities and a celebration of the huge contributions these have made over the past 180 years
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By Davis, Lindy
"On a guided tour of Egypt, Oliver Berry and his friend Jake stumble upon dark secrets within the ancient cities of Cairo and Luxor. Strange coincidences, dangerous encounters and cryptic signs soon have them wondering who they can trust. Oliver must outsmart an international cri...minal network, ruthless in its mission to steal Egypt's most cherished and powerful artefact, The Golden Scarab"--Back cover.Read more
Here we share recipes from the restaurant's six head chefs hailing from India, Brazil and New Zealand who have creatively merged South Pacific, European, Asian and South American cuisine using the best of quality local produce to create an exceptional dining experience.
Teacher Notes available for class sets. Oliver Berry has three weeks to discover who is masterminding an international plot to steal priceless artefacts on loan to the Warkworth Museum. The warning signs, the unexplained disappearance and the discovery of a body signal danger. Ol...iver and his friends embark on their own investigation until it becomes clear they are always a few steps behind. Time is running out and Oliver is determined not to let a slice of history slip through his fingers. The Golden Scarab must be found and returned to its rightful resting place. Lindy Davis has woven a web of intrigue deftly blending the innocent calmness of a seaside community with the dark underworld of international criminals. Enjoy the ride as the suspense builds, adding layer upon layer to the mystery unfolding in Point Wells. The Golden Scarab is a novel certain to appeal to young readers. Interactive website supports title www.goldenscarab.co.nzRead more
At the highly successful cafe established at The Cove in historic Waipu Cove, Northland and the upcoming restaurant The Quay, at Whangarei's Town Basin, English-born Lloyd Rooney offers fresh seasonal produce from the sea and his farm at Highgate Hill in the Waikato. The recipes ...are inspired by English and European cooking styles and given a uniquely New Zealand twist. Seafood is celebrated, but pizzas feature too, and the paddock to plate chapter treats Angus beef and New Zealand lamb with the seriousness it deserves. Customers flock to the cafe for the classic cocktails, and the cookbook finishes with sweet desserts. With photographs taken on location and a text that describes a fascinating life that has taken this enterprising chef from London to Europe, and Scandinavia to New Zealand, this is a cookbook with a difference.Read more
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