Territory Stories

Sunday Territorian 27 Oct 2019

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Title

Sunday Territorian 27 Oct 2019

Collection

Sunday Territorian; NewspaperNT

Date

2019-10-27

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Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.; Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin.

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Darwin

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Series/C1968A00063

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/756031

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/765288

Page content

16 NEWS SUNDAY OCTOBER 27 2019 NTNE01Z01MA - V1 Laksa fever hits Get Forked JUDITH AISTHORPE THE NT NEWS HEADLINES BOOK VOLUME TWO GET YOUR COPY NOW At all good bookstores or online at ntnews.com.au Nightcliff Shopping Centre Shop 15, 159 Dick Ward Drive Nightcliff NT 0810 Ph: 08 8985 1383 Email: nightcliffnews@bigpond.com NIGHTCLIFF NEWSAGENCY Doing something different. HALLOWEEN ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL Thursday 31 October from 5pm, kids eat free*, Halloween disco, best dressed competition - prizes to be won, trick or treating and face painting. And for the bigger kids, join in our Halloween Musical Bingo! Plus, Happy Hour from 4pm, with cocktail specials and $17.50 Burger night. *terms and conditions apply Contact us 8935 0888 | bookings@darwinfreespiritresort.com.au darwinfreespiritresort 901 Stuart Hwy, Holtze HAPPY HOUR FROM 4PM ITS FANCY DRESS TIME! Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School Quality Catholic Education for students from Transition to Year 6 in a well-established se ing in the heart of Palmerston. Early Learning Centre and Outside School Hours Care on site. A diverse, welcoming and supportive community, living out the school motto Love One Another Well establishedlearningspaces and grounds Focus on environmental sustainability Small group sizes with qualifi ed educators Strongconnectionswith Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School eventsandactivities and orientation visits Stimulating environment for children aged between 3 and 5 years old Sacred Heart Early Learning Centre offers: P: 8924 8700 | E: admin.shps@nt.catholic.edu.au www.shpsnt.catholic.edu.au 34 Emery Ave, Woodroffe PO Box 271, Palmerston, 0831, NT ENROL NOW Laneway Chef Dika Krishna with his Laksa flavoured Rice Bowl Picture: GLENN CAMPBELL Laksa fever has hit boiling point as restaurants and cafes create inspired dishes of Darwins equivalent of a national dish. The laksa, which has origins through out South East Asia had become the food Darwinites reach for, during lunch, dinner, and for the die hard fans breakfast on a Saturday morning. Theres no denying we love the spicy rich coconut based soup. Those restaurants who dont offer up the dish have still got on board for the inaugural Laksa Festival by creating their own dishes inspired by the flavours. Laneway Specialty Coffee have fused Indonesias nasi goreng rice dish with the spices of a laksa to create a unique brown rice laksa bowl. Laneway Specialty Coffee co-owner Lisa Heames said their chef Dika Krishna who comes from Bali created the dish. Its a brown rice laksa bowl with vegetables, fried onion, fried egg and the guys make the laksa paste from scratch, Ms Heames said. Laneways sister cafe Besser Kitchen & Brew Bar has also jumped on the bandwagon offering up hungry patrons a Crispy chicken laksa burger. The dish is made up of fried chicken which is basted in a laksa spice mix and served with crispy bean sprouts and chilli fries. The dish was created by their chef who hails from Jakarta, Indonesia. Ms Heames said the laksa competition had proved to be a great way to change up the menu and give chefs a chance to flex their creative muscles. Its been nice to see those dishes bought to life, she said. Its nice for the chefs to use their creativity to create a dish and to be able to see it ordered and enjoyed. The specials will be available during the Darwin Laksa Festival with the possibility of them become a permanent fixture on the menu if they prove to be a hit.


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