Mad Harry makes his menu mark

Pilbara News - - News - Tom Zaun­mayr

Pil­bara Fa­mous

The Mar­ble Bar Races are well known th­ese days as the home of the undies run but that was out­shone this year by the ball the pre­vi­ous night.

Usu­ally the dar­ling of vi­ral social me­dia posts for the week­end, the undies run couldn’t match the bril­liance that was Mad Clap­pin’ Harry’s din­ner menu for the Pil­bara themed ball.

What could pos­si­bly outdo a bunch of peo­ple run­ning on a race course in their jocks? Bush chook of course.

Among the op­tions pre­sented by the lo­cal cafe was out­back beef served with “Emu Ex­port au jus”.

Now you may not see this gourmet in­gre­di­ent on My Kitchen Rules any­time soon, but the meal racked up a tonne of ad­mi­ra­tion online.

Woman’s World.

It is the end of an era. No longer can we call Port Hed­land “Port Man­land”.

The 2016 Cen­sus of Pop­u­la­tion and Hous­ing re­vealed two ma­jor pop­u­la­tion cen­tres have gone a long way to­wards a rea­son­able split be­tween men and women since 2011.

In 2015 the Pil­bara News pub­lished an ar­ti­cle about the sin­gle life strug­gles of liv­ing in a re­gion home to Aus­tralia’s top three most male-dom­i­nated ar­eas.

Today the City of Kar­ratha is only 55 per cent male (1.25 men for every woman) and Port Hed­land is 53.4 per cent, or 1.15 men for every woman.

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