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Homelessness in Christchurch

Matthew Mark is the Christchurch City Missioner and talked with Luke about the current need and situation.

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The Forum Podcast: How To Read The Bible + Doubting Your Faith

It's Bible Month! This week the Rev. Frank Ritchie takes us through some commonly asked questions about how to read the Bible, like "what do people mean when they call the Bible the 'Word of God'?"

Plus author Erica Barthalow shares her thoughts on dealing with doubt as a Christian, and Dan updates us with the week in social media.

Tune in Sunday night from 8pm.

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Changing to Decimal Currency

Decimalisation was first discussed as early as the 1900s, but it wasn’t until the 1960s that both the National and Labour parties supported it, Senior Historian Imelda Bargas chatted with Luke.

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Baby Bird-Sitting

Bird babysitting is the latest trend. Nesting dotterels at North Piha needed looking after so the Auckland Council advertised for volunteers. Ben Paris is the senior biodiversity advisor for Auckland Council and chatted with Luke.

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Chocolate Caramel Pie

I made this for friends the other night and it went down a treat.

Chocolate Caramel Pie

Sweet short pastry (homemade or shop bought)
1 tin of caramel
250g block of chocolate
250mls cream

Directions:

Roll out the pastry and put it in the pie tin, chill for 30min so that it doesn't shrink when cooked.

Blind bake according to your recipe or the packet (generally 220 degrees for 15mins, take it out of the oven, remove the paper and beans put the pastry back in the oven on a low heat 140 degrees for about 20min, to dry out the bottom of the pastry.)

Make the ganache by melting the chocolate and cream on a low heat in the microwave, put aside to cool ready to put on top of the pie.

Once the pastry is cool, pour the caramel in and top with the ganache and put in the fridge for a few hours.

Yum!

 

 

 

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