Recipe of the week
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.
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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