Your fortnightly recipe to
tantalise your taste buds
|Lemon and Sesame Pork Stir-fry
150g/6oz Chinese thread egg noodles
1 tbsp oil
1 carrot, peeled and julianed
1 garlic clove, peeled and crushed
75g/3oz Baby Spinach leaves
1 (120g) sachet lemon stir-fry sauce
2 tsp sesame seed
225g/8oz pork fillet, sliced
1.2cm/half inch piece fresh root ginger, grated
75g/3oz Bean Sprouts
Cook noodles according to packet instructions; drain. Place sesame seed in a hot, dry wok
or frying pan, stir over the heat until lightly browned then tip on to a plate. Set aside.
Add oil to the wok or frying pan and stir-fry pork for 4-5 minutes until cooked through.
Remove from the pan with a slotted spoon and place on the plate with the sesame seeds. Add
the carrot, ginger, garlic and 4-5 tbsp water to the pan. Stir-fry for 2-3 minutes until
just tender. Add the spinach, bean sprouts and the lemon sauce and stir-fry for 1 minute.
Return the pork and sesame seeds to the pan with the noodles. Toss over the heat for 2-3
minutes, adding a little more water if necessary, until heated through. Serve immediately.
Cream teas with home-made cakes in
Upper Sheringham Village Hall on Sunday 1st June from
2.00 pm Tombola and Gift Stalls
Profits to ALL SAINTS CHURCH Funds
|CARE OF OLDER
Sheringham Evening W.I. is proud to report that the following resolution is one of three
selected by W.I. members nationally from those submitted by W.I.'s all over the country.
"This meeting calls upon HM Government to take urgent action in order to ensure that
the necessary facilities and services are provided to enable older people, irrespective of
their means, to spend their remaining years in comfort and dignity, whether this be in
their own home, or in a nursing or residential home of their choice."
The resolution will be proposed by one of our members at the W.I. Annual General Meeting
to be held at the Albert Hall in June this year. It has been proposed because of our
concern at the complexity of the issues facing older people and the problems experienced
in obtaining adeqwate support in the community and appropriate residential care.
More information can be obtained from our Press Officer as detailed below:
Mrs. Maureen Cook, 33 Woodland Rise West, Sheringham, Nr26 8QL. 01263 822154
|Dear Vic (and Ricky from Lowestoft),
Yes, the carnival pram races were fun and it is sad that in 2003 the organisers have to
take into consideration such boring issues as "Health and Safety" and
"Insurance". The last time this event was held compensation was demanded from
certain onlookers, (it is amazing how many of these were wearing their designer - label
clothes). So this year there will be an equally whacky race on carnival day without the
same health and safety issues. It will take the form of a "pantomime horse" race
with a prize for the best horse as well as for the winner of the race. Instead of looking
back at past events, why not start preparing for 2003 carnival, design your
"horses" (there is no limit to the number of people making up each horse) and
help to create more laughs on carnival day.
Janet Teather. (carnival secretary),
8 Cromer Road, Sheringham
|The old photo on page 8 of issue 13. Bernard Shepherd who
still lives in Sheringham is in the middle row, 2nd from back, 3rd from right.
Fran & Moss Taylor