Morn­ing tea WITH LOVE

FRIEND­SHIP AND FUN WERE THE OR­DER OF THE DAY AT THIS FES­TIVE GET-TO­GETHER

New Zealand Woman’s Weekly - - CELEB UPDATE -

Res­i­dents at Ry­man Health­care’s Lo­gan Camp­bell Re­tire­ment Vil­lage in Auck­land re­cently sat down to a de­light­ful morn­ing tea hosted by New Zealand Woman’s Weekly. The fes­tive event was held to em­brace the spirit of Christmas, and the im­por­tance of kin­ship and com­mu­nity at a time that can of­ten be marred by iso­la­tion or lone­li­ness.

Hosted by the Weekly’s Edi­tor Alice O’Con­nell along­side spe­cial guest Nici Wickes, our Weekly

Food Edi­tor, Ry­man res­i­dents en­joyed a tasty, treat-filled morn­ing tea with Nici, who re­galed sto­ries from her past, in­clud­ing her fam­ily’s Christmas tra­di­tions, and the in­spi­ra­tion she gleaned from her mother and grand­mother that helped her re­alise her dream to be­come a chef.

A Q&A ses­sion also took place, where Nici an­swered res­i­dents’ ques­tions about es­sen­tial pantry sta­ples, how to cook for one and the se­cret to nu­tri­tious, de­li­cious meals.

‘The morn­ing tea em­braced raced the spirit of Christmas, s, and the im­por­tance of f kin­ship and com­mu­nity’ ity’

Re­tire­ment Vil­lage Man­ager Karyn No­bilo (far left) with Food Edi­tor Nici, Ry­man res­i­dents Max and Mary No­ble and Edi­tor Alice. Above and be­low: A fun morn­ing of treats, chats and a Q&A ses­sion with Nici and res­i­dents.

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