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We are ex­cited to let you know that New Zealand’s beloved good-food cook, Na­dia Lim, has a brand new cook­book on the shelves and we have a copy to give away! Not only does Fresh Start pro­vide sim­ple, de­li­cious and nu­tri­tious recipe ideas, it also looks be­yond food – shar­ing great ideas for a com­plete healthy life­style.

To go into the draw, write your name and ad­dress on the back of an en­ve­lope and send to Na­dia Lim give­away, Par­ent­ing mag­a­zine, PO Box 37 708, Par­nell, Auck­land 1151. To en­ter on­line, go to the com­pe­ti­tions page on theparentingplace.com and an­swer the fol­low­ing ques­tion – What is the ti­tle of Na­dia Lim's new cook­book? En­tries close 13 Jan­uary 2016.

great gift idea

If you have a fam­ily mem­ber or friend who lives over­seas and you’re won­der­ing what to send them this Christ­mas, side step those pesky postal ex­penses, and buy your loved one a dig­i­tal sub­scrip­tion to Par­ent­ing mag­a­zine.

TSAONOTTAY HFRAUTISTY Th­ese fruity Santa hats are su­per cute, easy for lit­tle hands to make and healthy to eat.

Here’s what you’ll need Tooth­picks Straw­ber­ries Ba­nanas Grapes Mini white marsh­mal­lows

Here’s how to make them

1. With clean hands, trim the straw­ber­ries and slice the ba­nanas to get them ready for as­sem­bly. This can be done by an adult or an older child.

2. Pop the fruit onto a tooth­pick, start­ing with the grape, fol­lowed by a piece of ba­nana and then the straw­berry.

3. Top it off with a mini marsh­mal­low and your Santa hat is ready to eat.

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