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dancing and music. Children

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joined by city councillor

Andrew Turner for Diwali,

which is also known as the

Festival of Light. Several

religions, including Hindu,

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Buddhists, celebrate the

annual five-day event, which

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Puna Wai’s

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for disabled

• By Matt Slaughter

A SITE meeting to highlight

disability accessibility issues at

Nga Puna Wai Sports Hub is

necessary, says a community

board member.

And the city council says it will

consider it.

Re-elected Spreydon-Cashmere

Community Board member

Karolin Potter said at the board’s

first meeting next month she will

suggest its members, Halswell-

Hornby-Riccarton Community

Board members and city council

staff meet to take a look at the

issues for themselves.

Ms Potter said she recently

visited Nga Puna Wai and

disability accessibility there is

worse than she first thought.

“I was embarrassed, I feel

demeaned by it.

“People, if they are in

wheelchairs, they have to go

behind their car and then behind

a whole bunch of other cars that

could be backing any time to

get to a slight raised footpath in

order to even start getting into the

b***** thing [venue].”

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Tuesday October 29 2019 3

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Long wait for supermarket

• By Matt Slaughter

QUESTIONS have been raised

over why construction of a new

supermarket in Spreydon has

not started.

Foodstuffs say no date has

been confirmed for when work

will start and be completed

at the site on the corner of

Lyttelton St and Lincoln Rd.

Resource consent was granted

in November 2017 for a New

World to be built on the site

where the old Supervalue used

to be. The site has been sitting

empty since the Supervalue

building was demolished.

Spreydon-Cashmere

Community Board member

Lee Sampson said residents are

confused why the construction

of the new supermarket has not

started. He said they feel a new

one is needed in the area.

“We lost Supervalue and

people are kind of just

wondering what’s going on and

I think they’d really like a New

World there to be honest.

“It’s resource consented, so

all the outline plan with most

of the drawings is approved

by council, but then it’s just

nothing’s moved since then,

so I’m just curious to find out

why Foodstuffs aren’t moving

forward with it or if they’re

abandoning their plans or if

their just putting it on hold.”

Said Foodstuffs general

manager of property and retail

development Roger Davidson:

“We absolutely understand

our neighbours’ frustration

and uncertainty about what

will happen next on that site

– but can only go as quickly

as planning, consents and

building industry processes and

availabilities allow.

“There’s not too much we

can say at this stage, other

than we are going through a

careful process to establish

how we best meet the needs of

the community all while being

fiscally and environmentally

prudent.”

SLOW:

Work is yet to

start on the

construction

of a New

World on

the corner of

Lyttelton St

and Lincoln

Rd in spite of

the resource

consent being

granted in

2017.

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Said Mr Sampson: “I

thought they would have had

a date or a target date by now.

To be honest, I think what’s

happening is because they

[Foodstuffs] have bought a

whole stave of land out in

Halswell, I wonder if they’re

second-guessing the viability of

that [Lyttelton St/Lincoln Rd]

site?”

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Longer pool

hours confirmed

for summer

LONGER HOURS for Halswell’s

public swimming pool have

been confirmed for a trial period

following pressure from the

community.

The Te Hapua: Halswell Summer

Pool will now open on

November 16 until March 29.

From Monday to Thursday it

will be open from 6.30am until

7pm, while on Friday it will open

from 6.30am until 9pm, and on

Saturday and Sunday from 10am

until 7pm.

The new hours have been

welcomed by the Halswell

community but residents are

being urged to make the most of

the trial.

Halswell Residents’ Association

secretary David Hawke said he

was happy with the new hours.

“But I think the thing that has

to happen now is people have to

use the pool,” he said.

The opening hours have been

extended after the Halswell-

Hornby-Riccarton Community

Board decided to increase funding

for the pool from $35,000 to

$50,000. In July, four options for

extending the pool hours were

presented to the board by city

council staff.

The entry fees are $6.20 for an

adult and $3.60 per child, while

hydroslide entry will be $2.

Work soon on Ferrymead cycleway

CONSTRUCTION WILL soon

begin on the last stretch of a

cycleway connecting Ferrymead

with other suburbs.

Already linking the central city

with The Tannery in Woolston,

the Heathcote Expressway will

soon continue out to Heathcote.

Once complete, it will provide

a key commuter route as well as

easy access by bike to Ferrymead

Heritage Park.

Work is also due to commence

on two other sections of

Christchurch’s cycleway

network.

The South Express cycleway,

which was consulted on last year,

will run from the CBD through

Riccarton, Sockburn and

Hornby, to reach Templeton.

The third cycleway soon to be

on the map is the Nor’West Arc,

which will connect nine schools

as it runs across the west of the

city.

“These new routes are not

only for the benefit of people

on bikes,” said city council’s

planning and delivery transport

manager Lynette Ellis.

“Motorists and pedestrians

will also enjoy improved safety

and lighting at intersections,

plus we’ll be repairing damaged

infrastructure as we go.”

As more of the cycleways link

together, it becomes easier for

people for give cycling a go, Ms

Ellis said.

“People who are new to biking

feel comfortable using the new

cycleway and current riders are

more likely to make different

trips, like cycling with a child to

school.”

The co-owner of Action

Bicycle Club, Ken Ching, is

finding the cycleways are not just

providing a safe and pleasant

pathway to different parts of the

city.

“The infrastructure is more

than just about transport,” he

said.

“It’s improving our public

space and social cohesion. It’s

helping create a liveable city.”

Said Alice Terrien, of Bellbird

Bakery: “The cycleways are great;

direct and safe. Biking is the

fastest, easiest, most hassle-free

way for me to get to work.”

Her bakery uses a cargo-bike

to make deliveries and run

errands around the central city.

“We didn’t want to purchase a

second delivery van. Compared

to a car, the cargo-bike is more

convenient to use, is often faster,

and it’s fun.”

Ms Terrien believes the

cycleway network makes the city

more appealing to locals and

visitors alike.

“I can’t see why Christchurch

couldn’t become the Amsterdam

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As the infrastructure for

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biking culture.

Biketober, the annual, monthlong

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Vote next month for board chair

• By Matt Slaughter

THE QUESTION of who

will run for the chairperson

and deputy chairperson

roles beckons for the newlook

Spreydon Cashmere

Community Board.

Its members will vote on who

will fill these roles at the board’s

first meeting next month, with

one member already saying

she will be gunning for the top

position.

Re-elected board member

and last year’s chairwoman

Karolin Potter said she will be

going for the role again this year,

as she has the experience and

unfinished business she wants to

attend to.

“I’ll be standing for chair

again. Just because I like

chairing, I’m good at it, I’m a fast

person.”

She said she has things she

wants to continue pushing for

including improving disability

accessibility at Nga Puna Wai

(see story on page 1).

“There are other things

I’d like to do as well including

making the board more flexible

and more mobile in terms of

its decisions etc,” said Ms

Potter.

Fellow returning board

Karolin Potter

‘I’ll be standing for chair

again. Just because I like

chairing, I’m good at it, I”m

a fast person’

– Karolin Potter

member Lee Sampson said it is

too early for him to reveal if he

will be standing for either of the

chairperson positions. He said

he will discuss this with other

board members before making

his decision.

“We sit down as a corcous

and discuss that as a collective,

so I would do that first before I

conveyed that to you,” said Mr

Sampson.

Keir Leslie Callum Stewart-Ward Lee Sampson

Newly-elected Cashmere

Ward board member Keir Leslie

said he was still thinking about

putting his name forward for

either of the positions, but felt

Ms Potter had done a good job

as chairwoman over the last

three years.

“Obviously, I’m not ruling

anything in or out but I think

Karolin’s [Potter] done a great

job, I think we’ve got some

really strong people like Lee

Sampson around the table as

well, so we’ll be sitting down to

have those conversations,” said

Mr Leslie.

Spreydon Ward newcomer

Callum Stewart-Ward said he

does not plan to go for either of

the roles.

“I think at this stage I

probably won’t. I kind of want to

get my head around the board

101 stuff before I jump for any

of that.”

•HAVE YOUR SAY: Who

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Heathcote River

photos on show

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THE HEATHCOTE River is the

focus of a new photo exhibition.

The River Network’s World Rivers

Day Photographic Competition

Exhibition will be held from now

until Friday at South Library.

The exhibition showcases

selected photographs taken by the

finalists of the annual competition

from both the open and school

divisions.

The judging panel includes photographer

Inez Grim, city council

ecologist Andrew Crossland,

ecologist Cynthia Roberts and

chair of the Christchurch West

Melton zone committee Arapata

Reuben.

Said Mr Grim: “There was a

high quality of entries with some

evocative views of the river, which

led to lengthy discussion between

the judges.”

The prize for the winner will be

a meal at Gatherings. Winners in

each of the open division categories

will have their photos printed

on a large canvas from Hanafins

camera store and runner-ups will

receive a subscription to New Zealand

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Student finalists will receive

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Obscured views for some users

•From page 1

She said for wheelchair users

there is “no seating near other

people where you can see the

pitch. You have to go up to the top

of the grandstand where no one

sits.”

A meeting is necessary to

discuss ways to address issues like

these, said Ms Potter.

Halswell-Hornby-Riccarton

chairman Mike Mora said he was

not aware of disability accessibility

issues at Nga

Puna Wai until

Ms Potter raised

them. He said he

will be happy to

take part in a site

meeting if one is

organised.

David Bailey

“I think it’s a

brilliant idea but

that’s something that our board

will have to consider but personally,

I would say that if there is a

problem we’re obliged to look at

fixing it.”

Said city council manager of

recreation and sports services

David Bailey: “We are happy to

facilitate site visits at Nga Puna

Wai for the community boards

with staff support as requested.

Both community boards have

visited Nga Puna Wai during the

planning, construction phases

and at the blessings and opening

ceremonies.

“We are committed to ensuring

all of our sport and recreation

ACTION: Karolin Potter will

try to organise a site meeting

at Nga Puna Wai Sports

Hub to showcase disability

accessibility issues at the

venue.

facilities comply with current

accessibility standards.

“The Nga Puna Wai Sports Hub

complies with current standards.

The project team designed and

built a facility that would enable

disability access for athletes and

spectators,” said Mr Bailey.

Southern View reported at the

start of this month a wheelchair

user told Ms Potter some of the

disability seating has an obscured

view of the fields with little shelter

from the elements.

Mr Bailey responded to these

concerns saying the

city council’s current plans to

improve accessibility at Nga

Puna Wai will involve installing

“improved signage directing

wheelchair users to the accessible

viewing stands.”

FURRY FRIENDS: The SPCA’s Christchurch centre has 68 kittens in its care and this number is

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Kitten cuteness at SPCA

KITTEN SEASON has begun at

the SPCA’s Christchurch centre.

The centre in Hornby has 68

kittens in its care, either at the

centre in intensive care or with

foster families.

This number will continue to

rise in the coming weeks.

The summer months are

often nicknamed kitten season

because of the high number of

kittens that are born at this time.

However, an SPCA spokeswoman

said it typically finds

that kitten season starts as early

as September and the Christchurch

centre is already gearing up

for one busy summer.

She said some of the most recent

kittens in the Christchurch

centre’s care came from the

SPCA’s Ashburton branch and

two had their lives saved when

they were rescued.

“A member of the public called

our team and staff went out to

help after the lady heard cries

coming from under the spa pool

in her garden.

“The gap between the ground

at the spa pool was so small

that staff had to get a spade to

dig a hole to get to the kittens.

They were both tiny, and one

was cold and appeared lifeless.

Fortunately, they were rushed

to the centre for intensive care

and both are now doing well,”

she said.

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Tuesday October 29 2019 7

Spray to be used to

clear Heathcote weed

INVASIVE weeds clogging

the Heathcote River and

taking over its banks will

soon be targeted in a weed

spraying programme.

The programme is due to

start early next month, but

the work is weather and

tide dependant.

The weeds are covering

the riverbanks and will

eventually wipe out native

species. Some are also

restricting flood flows and

increasing the amount of

sediment in the river.

“The weeds are starting

to impact on the river’s

ecosystem and capacity so

they need to be removed,’’

said city council land

drainage manager Keith

Davison.

“We have bank stabilisation

and planting work

happening along the

Heathcote River as part of

our flood mitigation programme

in the area and we

need to get rid of the weeds

before we progress this

work any further,” he said.

The chemical herbicide

glyphosate will be used to

target the weeds.

“The council has been

trying to reduce its use

• By Kim Thomas

JUNIOR PUPILS at

Oaklands School in

Halswell has moved

into a renovated and

expanded junior block –

the first completed stage

of the school’s campus

redevelopment.

A new $180,000 junior

school playground funded

by the board of trustees

and PTA has also just been

installed.

The school is in the middle

of a $5-million-plus

redevelopment that is part

of the Ministry of Education

rebuild programme

following the earthquakes.

Oaklands School principal

Margaret Trotter said

she is thrilled students

in their first two years of

school have a lovely new

area to learn in.

A new extension links

two existing junior blocks

to create a dedicated junior

school area.

The extension is light and

airy and has exposed timber

beams in the ceiling,

she said.

It has window seats and

looks out over a native

garden under development

with students input.

Mrs Trotter said the

block also features covered

private decks for the use of

TAKING OVER: A spraying programme will aim to

remove invasive weeds from the Heathcote River ​

junior school pupils, and a

wet area for experimental

learning.

Because Oaklands School

buildings held up well in the

earthquakes, the completed

campus will be a unique

mix of new buildings and

refurbished existing long

‘Canterbury’

blocks from when the

school was opened in the

1960s, Mrs Trotter said.

Work is under way to

build a new office and

of glyphosate and in our

parks and reserves we are

using organic fatty acid

alternatives to combat

weeds.

“Unfortunately, the

organic fatty acid alternatives

that are available are

not safe to use around

waterways because of their

toxicity to aquatic invertebrates.

“We can’t physically remove

all the weeds in and

along the Heathcote River

so our best option is to use

glyphosate, which becomes

inactive in soil and sediment,

so safe to use around

water,’’ Mr Davison said.

Mr Davison said the

contractors will follow

strict protocols when

spraying with glyphosate

to minimise the impact on

the surrounding environment

and to avoid the

risk to people travelling

through the area.

“The areas that have

been sprayed will be

clearly marked with

warning tape and signage

to keep people and their

dogs out until the spray has

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Celyn caps stellar year with award

• By Jacob Page

CANTERBURY’S top secondary

school sportsmen and women

were honoured at the 29th Zonta

Awards at the Hornby Working

Men’s Club on Thursday night.

Hillmorton High School

para-swimmer Celyn Edwards

continued his award-winning

streak by claiming the award

for the most outstanding

achievement by a young

sportsman with a disability.

The 18-year-old, who was the

supreme award winner at the

Hillmorton Sports Awards a

fortnight ago had another stellar

year in the pool.

Edwards competed at the

world championships in London

last month where he finished

sixth in the 100m backstroke,

eighth in the 100m butterfly and

14th in the 100m breaststroke.

This came on the heels of some

top national performances in

June where he was first in the

100m breaststroke, second in the

50m butterfly, 100m backstroke

and 200m individual medley

respectively and then third in the

100m freestyle.

29th Zonta Sports Awards

winners

•Category one: The

award for the most valued

contribution to a team by

a young sports woman or

sportsman who is not eligible

for nomination in Categories

4 or 6.

Women: Grace Fissenden,

Rangi Ruru Girls’ School,

netball, athletics

Highly Commended Amber

Williams, Rangi Ruru Girls’

School, rowing

Men: Jimmy Williamson,

Middleton Grange, basketball

Highly commended: George

Rutledge, St Andrew’s College,

rowing

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SUCCESS: Hillmorton High School para-swimmer Celyn

Edwards was a big winner at the 29th Zonta Awards on

Thursday night.

PHOTO: LEE MALZARD

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coach or tutor

Women: Kate Baird, St

Margaret’s College,

badminton

Highly Commended:

Gemma Harris, Papanui High

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Men: Nathan van Slooten,

Burnside High School, hockey

Highly commended: James-

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•Category three: The award

for the most outstanding

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sports woman and a young

sportsman with a disability.

Women: Ella Benn, Rolleston

College, swimming

Men: Celyn Edwards,

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swimming

•Category Four: The award

for the most outstanding

individual achievement by a

young sportswoman and a

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in one sport.

Women: Sami Donnelly,

Burnside High School, track

cycling

Highly Commended: Macey

Fraser, Rangiora High School,

football, Charlotte Darry, St

Margaret’s College, rowing.

Gabrielle Rennie, Rangiora

High School, football, Olivia

Sloan, Christchurch Girls’

High School, archery, Ashley

Strawbridge, Rangi Ruru Girls’

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der Meer, Middleton Grange

School, football, Sally Wylaars,

Avonside Girls’ High School,

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Men: Lawrence Pithie,

Christchurch Boys’ High School,

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Highly Commended:

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High School, para swimming,

Kazuma Kobori, Rangiora High

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Tuesday October 29 2019 13

The first Friday Whānau

Fun Night: An evening

of stories, family and

fun will be held at Te

Hāpua: Halswell Centre

on Friday from 5pm until

Email matt.slaughter@starmedia.kiwi by

6pm. The whole whānau

5pm each Wednesday

is invited. Go along

for a short storytime

Halswell Community Market use one of the library’s desktop

followed by fun, handson

activities to do as a

Sunday, noon

computers if you need help.

Check out the variety of

Te Hapua: Halswell Centre and

family. The event will

stalls, games for kids, food, Spreydon Library

involve building, making,

entertainment and singing on

and exploring at Te

the lawns.

Hāpua: Halswell Centre.

St John of God Halswell and

Create some family

The Granada Centre, 26 Nash Rd

memories and get your

weekend off to a fun

start.

JP Clinic

Tuesday, 10am-1pm

A justice of the peace will

be available to witness

signatures, certify documents,

take oaths, declarations,

affidavits, affirmations,

applications for citizenship and

rates rebates.

South, Linwood and Te Hapua:

Halswell Centre libraries

Technology Help Sessions

Tuesday, 10.30-11.30am, at

Spreydon, 2-3pm, at Halswell,

and Wednesday, 11am-noon, at

Spreydon

These free drop-in sessions

will help you with specific issues,

such as using email, searching

the internet, library catalogue

or electronic resources and any

other general computer-related

queries. Go along with your

laptop, tablet, smartphone or

Citizens Advice Bureau

Tuesday, 11am-2pm

The Citizens Advice Bureau

provides free and confidential

advice. It takes the time to

listen to you and equip you

with information, options and

support.

Linwood Library

Makerspace

Tuesday, 3.30-4.30pm, at the

South Library, and Monday,

3.30-4.30pm, at Spreydon

Drop-in for some fun

activities every week at the

Makerspace. There will be a

variety of activities for all ages.

Free.

South and Spreydon libraries

Mainly Music

Wednesday, 10-11.30am, and

9.45-11.15am

Go along for some fun

and learning with music for

mums with children aged up

to five. The first visit is free

and $4 per family after this.

Morning tea provided.

St Johns Anglican Church,

corner of St Johns St and Ferry

Rd, Woolston, and St Martin’s

Anglican Church ($3), 50 Lincoln

Rd

South Library Book

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Wednesday, 7.15-8.15pm

This group is for people who

love reading and want to share

in a discussion with other booklovers.

Free.

South Library

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 10.30am-1pm, at

Linwood, Thursday, 1-3pm, at

Halswell, and 1.30-3.30pm, at

South Library, Saturday, 1-3pm,

at Halswell

Head along for a craft corner

session. Take your knitting,

crochet or other craft projects.

Free and beginners are welcome.

Linwood, Halswell and South

libraries

Friendships and Chats

Thursday, 10am-12.30pm

Join in the fun with a

decent cuppa at the Cashmere

New Life Church. There will be

home-made scones served on

Royal Albert and fine china.

Take a friend. $3 donation.

St Saviour’s Anglican Church –

Parish of South Christchurch, 200

Colombo St, Sydenham

Rummikub Club

Thursday, 10am-noon

Join in a game of rummikub,

a tile-based game for two to

four players, which combines

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and mahjong.

Linwood Library

Game Zone

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along and play Minecraft,

charades, Connect Four,

Pictionary and more. Take

your friends or meet some new

ones. All children aged eight

to 13 welcome, no bookings or

payment needed.

Linwood Library

Creative Writing on Sundays

Sunday, 1-3pm

Group leaders work with

members to craft, create and

develop their own work.

Take along your pens, paper

and ideas.

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Tasty Bites

Sweet and savoury

dishes of the world

These sweet and savoury treats from Russia and Japan are quick to prepare

and very adaptable

Russian apple cake

Serves 8-10

Ingredients

6 large apples (granny smiths are

perfect for this)

3 large good-quality eggs, at

room temperature

1 cup sugar

1 tsp vanilla

1 cup flour

Pinch cinnamon

Directions

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tin with removable bottom. Line

with greaseproof paper.

Prepare the apples by peeling

and removing core. Cut the

apples into small chunks and

place directly into prepared cake

tin.

Using an electric mixer, whisk

the eggs with the sugar and

vanilla until thick and airy and

ribbons form on the surface.

Sift in the flour and fold

through until just combined.

Pour over the apples – the egg

mixture should end up level with

the apples. Bake in a pre-heated

oven for 40-45min or until a

skewer comes out clean. Cool for

10min in the tin then remove and

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Okonomiyaki pancake

Makes 4 large or 8 small

Ingredients

½ small cabbage, very thinly

sliced

4 carrots, julienned or sliced as

thinly as possible

½ red onion, sliced thinly

4 leaves kale, cavolo nero, stalks

removed and sliced very thin

1 tsp salt

6 eggs, lightly beaten

½ cup flour or rice flour

Oil for frying

To serve

2 spring onions, sliced thinly

Japanese mayonnaise

Okonomiyaki sauce

Directions

Toss all the prepared vegetables

and salt together in a large bowl.

Mix through the eggs and flour

until evenly combined.

Heat a large fry pan on

medium-high heat. Coat the

bottom of the fry pan with oil.

When hot, add pancake

mixture.

Make either four large or eight

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Cook them until golden and

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Carefully flip and continue

cooking until golden on the other

side. When cooked, remove and

keep warm. Serve with sauces

squiggled over the top and

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Optional toppings are pork

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