Your fortnightly recipe to
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|RUSTIC CHICKEN CASSEROLE
100g /4oz streaky bacon.
250g /9oz carrots.
250oz /9oz swede.
150g / 5oz button mushrooms.
8 button onions.
2 tbsp vegetable oil.
8 skinless chicken thighs.
2 tbsp plain flour
400g / 14oz can chopped tomatoes.
450ml /15 fl oz chicken stock.
200g /7oz can sweetcorn.
Salt and black pepper to taste.
1 Snip the bacon into pieces with scissors. Peel and chop the carrots and swede into1/2in
cubes. Wipe the mushrooms with kitchen paper and cut in half. Peel and crush the garlic.
Peel the onions.
2 Heat the oil in a large casserole dish. Add the chicken and fry for 5 minutes over a
medium heat until golden. Remove the chicken from the pan and set to one side.
3 Add the peeled onions and chopped bacon to the dish. Fry for 5 minutes until the onions
4 Sprinkle with the flour. Add the crushed garlic, carrots and swede and stir together to
5 Add the tomatoes and chicken stock and bring to the boil, stirring occasionally.
6 Return the chicken to the dish and add the sweetcorn with juices. Return to boil and
season to taste.
7 Cover with a lid and simmer for 1 hour over a medium heat, until the chicken and
vegetables are cooked thoroughly.
Serve the casserole with crusty bread and green vegetables.
||Sheringham Medical Practice are aiming to raise £3000 for a new E.C.G. machine. Our
much used old one is wearing out and this is a vital piece of equipment, used for
diagnosing heart attackes and irregularities.
NHS funding is used in maintaining patient care and our budget does not
stretch to expensive equipment. Can you help us, either to raise funds or give a donation?
Cheques can be made payable to 'Sheringham Medical Practice' or donations given to
reception or to Sr Felicity Tomlinson who is organising the campaign at the surgery. Your
help would be gratefully appreciated. We also have a collection box at the newspaper
office (above Hansells) at Norfolka2z. Please give generously.
YEARS OF Creativity in Sheringham
|Saturday 29th January 2005 was the 5th
anniversary of Creativity, and was celebrated in fine style with the opening of a new
larger shop, at 17 High Street Sheringham.
||Jane Stubbs, a textile artist in her own right opened her first shop in Church Street
in January 2000 to promote local and British crafts. There was pottery, prints, handmade
cards, mirrors and jewellery. Now in the larger shop the range has been greatly extended.
Creativity offers a huge collection of jewellery, cards, candles, ceramics, and
| Also stocked is the Norfolk handmade soaps
range made at Wells-next-the-sea, soon to be arriving are many more beautiful items for
the home, and gifts with an Easter theme.
Also available are a range of colourful mugs designed by Jane and produced locally at
Pamela Moreton Ceramics in Cromer under the name of Stubbs Mugs.