WhatsApp Email Print Facebook Advertisement Previous articleNo room at the LAW innNext articleCharged with conspiring to commit crimes admin Twitter Linkedin NewsSole with green papaya salad – A taste of Asia….By admin – August 7, 2012 752 A STAPLE of Asian cooking, or at least Asian dishes, the green papaya is a fruit that is a rich source of nutrients and can be used either cooked or raw. In Southeast Asia, it is used predominantly in salads and curries when blended and accompanied by the wonderful herbs and spices of the region. In this dish, I have used the papaya in an accompanying salad to a steamed fish dish that also incorporates the same herbs, fruits and spices.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up WHAT YOU NEEDfor the fish1 fillet of a firm white fish per portion 9sole, hake or cod)4 tiger prawns per portioncoriander1 fresh red chilliJuice of a fresh limeSea salt flakesSmall knob of butterCracked black pepperDash of Thai fish saucefor the saladgreen papaya, peeled and thinly slicedgreen beans, blanched and refreshedpomegranate seedsthinly sliced radishfresh coriandersea saltlime juicedash of groundnut oil1/2 a red onion or shallot thinly sliced50ml of orange juicefor the steamed vegetablesgarlic leaf (available in ethnic stores)tenderstem broccoli, trimmed1 purple aubergine, sliced into chunksdash of olive oilSea salt flakesWHAT TO DOIt may look like a plethora of ingredients but in fact many of them will be store cupboard bar the acquisitions you will make at the Asian supermarkets like the papaya, purple aubergine and garlic leaf. Keep an eye on the Market for many of the fresh ingredients used also.You will be pleased to know that you should be able to turn this exciting dish around in about 20 minutes including preparation and cooking.Invest in a double layer bamboo steamer, a good knife and you will be well on your way to getting a taste of Asia in your kitchen.First, trim the fish and remove the skin if your very kind fish monger has not already obliged.Next, place the fish on some parchment paper and in the first layer of the bamboo steamer and add the prawns, the herbs and seasonings.In the second bamboo layer, add the trimmed vegetables including the broccoli, aubergine and seasonings.Put the fish bamboo layer over a pot of boil water, add the vegetable layer on top and cover with the lid. It should take 8 to 10 minutes to be cooked and meantime you can prepare the salad. Peel the green papaya and thinly slice the white flesh into long strips. Cooked and cool the green beans. Roughly tear the coriander and remove the pomegranate seeds from the fruit and thinly slice the radish and onion.Combine all ingredients for the salad in a bowl and mix thoroughly and allow to stand for a few minutes to allow the flavours develop. Serve with the salad and vegetables.
The Ghana Golf Association (GGA) will on Tuesday, July 16, organize a one day seminar for sports journalists in the Accra Municipality.The seminar scheduled for the Media Center of the Accra Sports Stadium will commence at 9:30am. The Media seminar is proudly supported by renowned Travel agency: Doscar Travel and ToursA statement by the Ghana Golf Association, the seminar will focus on the language and techniques of golf reporting.According to the statement, the seminar is aimed at enhancing the knowledge of sports journalists to ensure accurate reportage on golf. The statement said the Association has lined up experienced resource persons to take the participants through the seminar.The statement said the Association has therefore extended a formal invitation to all sports journalists in the Greater Accra Region to be part of the one day seminar.It added that the Association is therefore calling on all media houses to assign one reporter each for this seminar.
Four teenagers – including two from the same club – will represent England in the Italian international U16 boys’ championship at Biella Golf Club from September 1-3. They are Jack Ainscough of Hartlepool, Durham; Barclay Brown and Alex Fitzpatrick of Hallamshire, Yorkshire; and Benjamin Jones of Brampton Heath, Northamptonshire. Ainscough, 16, (Image © Leaderboard Photography) has just had two top ten finishes in the English U16 boys’ championship for the McGregor Trophy and in the Scottish U16s. Brown, 14, was fourth in the McGregor and recently became the youngest winner of the Sheffield open amateur – taking the record from Danny Willett. Fitzpatrick, 16, was fifth at the McGregor after equalling the course record at Wallasey in his final round, with six-under 66. He was runner-up in last year’s Italian U16 championship. Jones, 16, tied sixth in the McGregor and shared 26th place in the Carris Trophy, the English U18 boys’ championship. The Italian championship is played over 72 holes, with a cut to the leading 40 players and ties after 36 holes. 6 Aug 2015 Teenagers target Italian title
Facebook14Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Adopt-A-Pet of SheltonMeet Mya! This beautiful girl has had a rough start in life but is now in the loving environment of Adopt-A-Pet! She has spent all of her life tethered to a 30-foot runner so imagine her joy at being able to run free for the first time at the Shelter. Mya is very sweet and friendly with a beautiful fawn and white coloring. Mya needs to have a very patient and consistent family who will work on leash and basic commands with her. She would also do best in a calm and quiet adult home with no other pets. Should you have it in your heart to give her a loving home, please schedule an appointment to meet her soon!Adopt-A-Pet has many great dogs and always need volunteers. To see all our current dogs, visit www.adoptapet-wa.org, Facebook at “Adopt-A-Pet of Shelton Washington” or at the shelter on Jensen Road in Shelton. For more information, visit [email protected] or call 360-432-3091.