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Local champion ice skater Kailani Craine 'appears' in this
icy New York setting.
50g (1/3 cup) plain flour
50g (1/3 cup) self r aising flour
60g (3/4 cup) desiccated coconut
75g (1/3 cup) light brown sugar, packed
65g (1/3 cup) butter, melted
2 x 395g condensed milk
115g (1/3 cup) golden syr up
60g (1/3 cup) butter, chopped
60g (1/3 cup) desiccated coconut
160g (1 cup) dark cooking chocolate
60g (1/3 cup) butter
Chef Bart's culinary gifts can be enjoyed
at The Cathedral Café, 843 Hunter
St Newcastle West, 8.30am-2.00pm,
Monday-Friday. P 4961 0546.
I wonder if, like me, you have fond memories of the last time you sat down with a cup of
coffee and a good piece of caramel slice? But when was the last time you invested an hour
to make your very own? Try this simple recipe and if you need me to check your cooking
abilities, please feel free to bring in a sample!
BY FR ANDREW DOOHAN
For individuals, parish teams or those just
interested in knowing more, the booklet
Your baby's baptism has been a valuable
resource for thir ty years. In this small
and easily accessible publication, some
primary insights into the significance of
the celebr ation of baptism are made
available to reader s. As a help to
preparing for the baptism of a child, for
promoting discussion at preparation
meetings, and as a ready reference for
reflection after the event, Your baby's
baptism has ser ved the Church well.
And now a new edition of Your baby's
baptism has been published.
The latest edition retains the same
infor mation but the style and
presentation of the booklet have been
given a contemporary feel, and the
images have been updated to reflect the
changing face of contempor ary Australia .
Additionally, the booklet has had a
number of pages added, thus allowing for
a more user-friendly layout.
The updated edition of Your baby's
baptism will continue to ser ve the needs
of those who are presenting their child
to be baptised along with those -- lay
and clergy -- who will help them along
that jour ney. This valuable publication
will continue to ser ve the Church into
the future just as previous editions
Fr Andrew Doohan is the Parish Priest,
Newcastle Catholic Community of St
Benedict Parish, and Dean of Sacred
Heart Cathedral. Please visit Majellan
SR LOUISE GANNON r sj
To love one's enemy is the
acid test of who's Christian
and who isn't. Everything
else is an old tape simply
replaying itself over and over.
Ronald Rolheiser omi
Preheat oven to 180°C.
Line the base and sides of 18 x 27cm tin
with baking paper, leaving 5cm of paper
above the tin.
Sift flour s in a mixing bowl. Add coconut
and sugar, stir, then make a well in
Add butter and stir well until combined.
Spoon out and press the mix ture firmly
and evenly over the base of the tin. Bake
12-15 minutes and set aside.
In a small saucepan, combine condensed
milk, golden syrup and butter. With a
wooden spoon stir gently for 10 minutes
over a low heat until mixture boils and
darkens in colour. Stir in coconut. Pour
over pastry base and bake for 15 minutes
until golden brown. Transfer to a wire
r ack and allow to cool in the tin.
Combine chocolate and butter and melt
in a heatproof bowl over simmering water.
Cool slightly then spread chocolate over
the slice and allow to cool and set at
You are now, instantly, everyone's
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