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COOKING FOR ONE - 9th April 2014

KEN ALLANSON, retired Senior Lecturer in Catering at Yorkshire Coast College.

Ken entertained us royally. He demonstrated how to make some easy main courses and desserts.

And even though the smoke alarm went off and we weren't able to stop it for 10 minutes he still made these delicious dishes which we were able to taste some of them and the recipes are here.

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2_640 . . . he shared some of his cookery secrets with us . . .


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. . . Just about finished . . .

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Fish Pie


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Lasagne                                         Salmon Fishcakes


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Strawberry Gateau


. . .and now to try it for yourself . . . COOKING for ONE Recipes    (2 pages, 1120 KBs)


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OLDER DRIVERS' REFRESHER SCHEME - 2nd April 2014

ANDREW SANTON, Road Safety Officer for North Yorkshire County Council gave us a very interesting and useful talk about this scheme.

Included in the scheme is one hour's driving with a specially trained driving instructor to check that older people are up to date with driving practice.

So far some of our members have been able to take advantage of this.

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1 November, 2013
From "North Yorkshire Now" - November issue
Driving is a skill, and like any skill it benefits from being brushed up.

That's the thinking behind the free one-hour refresher courses for older drivers in North Yorkshire run by the county council's road safety team.

About 250 drivers take a refresher each year, but many more are eligible, as North Yorkshire has more older drivers than almost anywhere else in the country.

To request a free one-hour refresher drive, call Marie Brown on 01609 798120 or email 95alive@northyorks.gov.uk

You can also request a free older driver information pack, which includes a copy of the highway code and a DVD about the refresher.


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