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Sticky Pork Ribs In­gre­di­ents: 200ml Praise Tangy Tomato Dress­ing

4 kg Amer­i­can pork ribs/racks, sil­ver skin on un­der­side re­moved 200ml ETA Bar­be­cue Sauce 200ml Tomato sauce 100ml Hol­brooks Worces­ter­shire Sauce 100ml Or­ange juice 20g Smoked pa­prika 10g Gar­lic clove, crushed 150g Brown sugar 20g Herbs for gar­nish - pars­ley etc Method: 1. In a bowl com­bine ETA Bar­be­cue Sauce, Hol­brooks Worces­ter­shire sauce, tomato sauce, or­ange juice, pa­prika, gar­lic and sugar.

2. Place ribs onto roast­ing tray, pour mari­nade over the top, cover and re­frig­er­ate for at least 5 6 hours or overnight.

3. Brush the mari­nade of the ribs into a con­tainer then place onto a wire rack on top of bak­ing pa­per or foil lined roast­ing tray.

4. Place into a pre-heated oven at 140 de­grees Cel­sius. Baste with mari­nade ev­ery 10 15 min­utes bake for 60 to 90 min­utes, depend­ing on the thick­ness un­til meat be­tween the ribs is ten­der and al­most falls of the bone.

5. Serve with a ramekin of Praise Tangy Tomato Dress­ing.

Serves: 10. Source: Good­man Fielder.

Mys­tery movie

Can you work out the ti­tle of this Den­zel Wash­ing­ton movie from the fol­low­ing clue?

The pack rat of skele­tal com­po­nents.

The way we were

10 years ago The McIvor Times, Septem­ber

3, 2008 Heath­cote Tyre and Me­chan­i­cal Service owner Steve Sul­li­van has de­cided it is time to hang up his tools.

District groups will ben­e­fit from two gen­er­ous do­na­tions from Heath­cote RSL. Heath­cote Play­group re­ceived $250, which will go to­wards shade sails at the cen­tre, while Heath­cote Preschool also re­ceived $250 which will be used to pur­chase play equip­ment suit­able to use on re­cently-in­stalled rub­ber mat­ting.

Heath­cote A grade net­baller Shel­lie Davies came home the win­ner of the best and fairest ti­tle in the Heath­cote District Netball As- so­ci­a­tion vote count and pre­sen­ta­tion held on the week­end.

Heath­cote player Jake Con­don was awarded the un­der 17s best and fairest medal­lion in the Heath­cote District Foot­ball League vote count and pre­sen­ta­tion in on Sun­day. The McIvor Times, Septem­ber

1, 1993 Lake Ep­palock has seen the set­ting of a boat­ing speed record last Sun­day in near per­fect con­di­tions. Mel­bourne woman Mrs Mar­garet Tain­ton has be­come the fastest woman on wa­ter af­ter sus­tain­ing a speed of 275 km per hour for 13 sec­onds … The boat which pow­ered Mrs Tain­ton to her record was Aussie Con­nec­tion, a nineme­tre hy­droplane with a Rolls Royce V12 en­gine that pro­duced 2800 horse­power.

It was a se­ri­ous day when the Heath­cote Pre-School rab­bit, Miffy, needed a visit to the vet af­ter suf­fer­ing an in­fected eye fol­low­ing a fight with an­other rab­bit in­tro­duced to the hutch. The pre-school was faced with an ex­pen­sive oper­a­tion to re­move the eye, un­til vet Jeff Fyffe saved the day by per­form­ing the oper­a­tion for free.

Squash: The grand fi­nal was played last Thurs­day week be­tween Stu­art Black’s Goodguys and Paul Win­tle’s Gunnabees … In the fi­nal game, Sol Tran­ter scored a win for the Good Guys when he de­feated David Thomas three games to one. The McIvor Times, Septem­ber

3, 1968 Judg­ing by lo­cal re­ac­tion and district com­ment, the de­ci­sions of the Trans­port Reg­u­la­tion Board, fol­low­ing the re­cent long hear­ing have not been favourably re­ceived … Mr Jock Gran­ter, MLC, said some of the farm­ers who have used the Heath­cote rail­way service for over 50 years are most an­noyed that their farms have been placed in an area by the Trans­port Reg­u­la­tion Board that will force them to use sta­tions which are in­con­ve­nient to them and will cost a con­sid­er­able amount more in freight…

The re­cent baby show held in the RSL Hall Heath­cote, cre­ated in­tense in­ter­est, with the pro­ceeds go­ing to the lo­cal entrant of the Miss Golden North (Lor­raine Bin­ney).

The McIvor Times & Rod­ney Ad­ver­tiser, Septem­ber 5, 1918

The ring­ing of the fire-bell shortly af­ter 9 o'clock on Sun­day night star­tled the res­i­dents of the town, many of whom were only on their way home from church. The fire oc­curred at the res­i­dence of Mr Alex McLean, at the north end of the town, and be­fore the fire

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