Eastern Courier : July 1st 2011
6 EASTERN COURIER, JULY 1, 2011 NEWS Ph 262 0419 @ The Vehicle Warehouse Weekly payments based on 25% deposit over 48 months term ORC Applies to all vehicles (t.a.p) YOUR TRADE DOES NOT HAVE TO BE PAID OFF! LEARNER S LICENSE OK! BENEFICIARY OK! NEW TO THE COUNTRY OK! (T.A.P) *$2000 CASHBACK available on selected vehicles PAY THE WINDOW PRICE AND RECEIVE $2,000 cash in your hand or $2,000 more for your trade or $2,000 discount *subject to conditions The TVW Promise • Offer the best price in the market • Offer realistic price for your trade • Finance at very good rate/to suit your pocket (TAP) • All vehicles with CERTIFIED MILEAGE • Accident and Damage free vehicles • All vehicles SERVICED and Thoroughly CHECKED prior to delivery • Clear TITLE guaranteed 99 Kerrs Rd, Manukau www.tvw.co.nz Ph or Text 021 554 816 or 021 865 244 Payments start from $35 p/w ALL CARS SOLD this week qualify for a FREE alarm & Full tank of petrol 2005 Suzu 1.3 Ltr, A/C, P/S, AB economical, $13,995 - Nissan Skyli A/C, P/S, l electrics, $13,995 - yp $ ,99 $ y , , ine 250GT ow kms alloys $79 weekly 2006 Subaru Legacy B Sport, A/C, AWD, P/S, g electrics, like new Crazyprice of $10,995 - $64 weekly 2010 Mazda Axela 2 Ltr, I.Stop, alloys, 4kms, A/C, P/S, like br and new $28,995 - $POA Weekly To yota Altezza Gita Low kms, A /C, P/S, half leather, y electric seats, beams $12,995 - $74 weekly ki Swift BS, very popular, low kms $79 weeklyy M M MI I I ID D D D D DY YE EA A A A AR SA R ALE A Ford Escape Auto, A/C, P/S, 2 Ltr, popular SUV 4WD $11,995 - $69 weekly 2004 Mazda Demio A/C, P/S, very economical, electrics $9,995 - $59 weekly BMW Mini ONE Always popular, A/C, ABS, all extras $15,995 - $59 weekly Home on the Approachable: Richard Keast proves buffalo can be friendly animals. Inset: A female buffalo sits still for the camera while a male buffalo watches out from behind her. Photos: FIONA GOODALL By HINERANGI VAIMOSO Goto www.easterncourier.co.nz to see the Clevedon Valley Bufffalo Farm on Country Calendar. CONTINUED Page 7 When Helen Dorresteyn sees the expression on someone's face after tasting a spoonful of buffalo yoghurt she knows the risk she took is paying off. She and husband Richard of Clevedon were the first farmers of buffalo in New Zealand and the pioneer producers of buffalo yoghurt, feta, ricotta and mozzarella --- a premium product known the world over as liquid por- celain. What do you think? Good? I know,'' she says as we tuck in and let out a synchronised mmmm. Helen, a former art teacher, and Richard, an industrial electrician by trade, came up with the idea after a trip to Italy where they tasted the most exquis- ite'' mozzarella. They met a New Zealander in Darwin keen to sell them the buffalo and eager to see something started here. No one had made good mozzarella here before and no one had farmed buffalo. We didn't know how it was going to go in terms of SAY 'CHEESE' Team effort: Richard Bond and Talia Willis work the mozzarella with master cheese maker and owner Richard Dorresteyn. Stages: The mozzarella has to be rolled and pinched. Stretching: Richard Dorresteyn and Richard Bond stretch the cheese ready to pinch. Licking good: Richard Keast pays some well received attention to his female buffalo.
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