Posts made in October, 2017


Grandma’s Sherry Trifle


Posted on Oct 11, 2017

GRANDMA'S SHERRY TRIFLE by Angela D'Arcey This is a great entertainer and something we always had at Christmas.  It was passed down the family and always proved a favorite.......  Just watch out if you're driving!!   INGREDIENTS:  1 Victoria Sponge half 2 Large Bananas 3tbs Raspberry Jam (preferably home made) 1 pint Custard (home made or made from powder) 600ml Thickened Cream (Whipped) 1/2 - 3/4 cup of Sweet Sherry (to taste)...

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Fishing Alert 7th October


Posted on Oct 7, 2017

Fishing alert for Sat 7 Oct   A trough off the NSW coast is bringing a fresh to strong southerly change to southern and central parts of the coast over Friday night.   The BOM is warning of hazardous fishing and boating conditions for Saturday with seas from the Hunter south to Eden of 3 m and swell of about 2.5.   Be careful to check forecasts and local conditions before you head out. Check local forecasts on the BOM...

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GONE FISHING DAY


Posted on Oct 6, 2017

GONE FISHING DAY 1st October 2017      Mayor, Liz Innes with the THFC Committee The Tuross Head Fishing Club was granted permission from NSW Fisheries to be the FIRST Club to hold its "Gone Fishing Day" on Sunday 1st October 2017, rather than later in the Month, this was to line up with School Holidays, when there are many Tourists in Tuross Head. The purpose of this Event is to encourage those in the community to  "give...

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Troutwith Garlic & Soy


Posted on Oct 2, 2017

         Trout with Garlic and Soy Ingredients              1whole side of ocean trout         ½ tspsalt flakes         ¼ tspwhite pepper         Lemon cheeks, to serve  Garlic & soy sauce 1 tspextra-virgin olive oil 3cloves garlic, peeled and roughly chopped ½ tspcaster sugar 3 tbsplight soy sauce Instructions Resting time 2 minutes Heat the oven to 200ºC (fan-forced) and line a tray with baking paper. Lightly oil the baking...

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Fishing Alert for Oct long weekend


Posted on Oct 2, 2017

Fishing alert for Sun 1 - Mon 2 Oct A cold front over the southern Tasman and a ridge over southeast Australia are directing southerly winds over New South Wales waters. Winds will generally shift north to northeasterly by Monday. The next front is likely to bring a southerly change to the coast on Wednesday or Thursday. The BOM is warning of hazardous fishing and boating conditions for Sunday 1 and Monday 2 Oct for the coast between...

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