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South Coast Leisure Times : Summer 15-2016
CATCH A SHOW! 69 Princes Hwy, Milton AW1790139 DIVERSE LIVE PERFORMANCES - ROCK & BLUES TO MUSICALS & PLAYS. THEATRE BAR OPEN BEFORE SHOWS Tickets available from Country Leather, Milton 4455 3056 or online www.miltontheatre.com.au Tea Lovers just love....... . . . to choose from the huge selection of more than 130 premium fine loose leaf teas, award winning coffee beans and organic hot chocolate range. Tea and coffee accessories. Teapots. Local jams and honey Gourmet chocolates. Beautiful Polish pottery Shop 9 The Chambers, Wason Street, Milton Ph 4455 6996 Shop online - full range of teas and coffee. Free delivery for orders over $100- www.somethingsbrewing.com.au Open 7 days Mon to Fri 9-5 • Sat 9-4 . Sun10-3 AW1791301 Milton Live acts in intimate atmosphere Brew the perfect cup Catch a live show at Milton Theatre and enjoy the intimate atmosphere, great sound system and excellent acoustics. Friday, December 18, 8pm: Christine Anu presents Rewind – The Aretha Franklin Songbook. Back by popular demand, Australia’s first lady of soul Christine Anu will be electrifying the stage once more in Rewind – The Aretha Franklin Songbook. For the second half of the evening Christine will serve up an extra special helping of Christmas classics, personally selected by Christine for their significance in her own family’s life. Tickets are $40. Saturday, Januar y 16, 8pm: Backsliders. Regulars at Bluesfest, Kidgeeridge, Narooma and festivals Australia-wide, Dom Turner, Rob Hirst, and Ian Collard return to Milton theatre playing their trademark driving Delta and Mississippi Hill country blues sounds with original 21st Century new blues anthems. Tickets are $40. Saturday, Januar y 23, 8pm: Vince Jones Quartet. Vince Jones is a national treasure. He has set the bar for Australian Jazz artists and has been recognised internationally across his 30 year, 20 album career. After a lengthy hiatus from touring and recording while teaching at the ANU, he reconnected with his loyal fan base in jazz clubs across the country in 2015 and was discovered by new audiences on the Here Comes The Night – Songs From The Van Morrison Songbook concert tours. Tickets are $38. Sunday, April 24, 8pm: Wes Carr presents Here Comes the Sun, the songs of George Harrison. Here Comes The Sun’ showcases much loved Australian singer songwriter Wes Carr interpreting George Harrison’s songbook – taking on such chart topping classics as My Sweet Lord and What is Life, and The Beatles classic Something, a song which Frank Sinatra deemed “the greatest love song ever written”. Tickets are $55. Ask two tea drinkers how to make the perfect cup and you’re guaranteed to get two very different answers. Steeping time, water temperature, and in the case of black tea, the milk/water/sugar order-conundrum are just some of the variables involved in making a good cuppa. Not to mention the tea bag versus loose leaf debate. So is there actually a right way to make a cup of tea? Buying and storing Loose leaf tea should be bought in vacuum packed foil bags, as anytime leaves are exposed to air it will change the flavour. As a general rule the darker the tea, the longer it will keep. White and green teas should be drunk within the first couple of months. Store any unopened packets of lighter teas in the fridge, but not once it’s open. After opening it should be stored in an airtight vessel. Equipment Ideally loose leaf tea should be brewed in a teapot, but a gaiwan or tea plunger is useful for the workplace. It is useful to have a teapot with straining holes, a pitcher, measuring cup, stopwatch, thermometer, tablespoon and teaspoon. Method A teaspoon per cup or a tablespoon of tea per mug is suggested. Boiling water is not always best. For white, green and oolong tea it is better not to let the water boil. For black tea, let the water boil and rest for a minute. Milk and sugar This is really down to personal preference, but around 10ml of milk is usual. Refined white sugar is usually best for tea. Christine Anu will present the songs of Aretha Franklin in December. Tea is a popular drink year round. Musician Wes Carr will perform at Milton Threatre in April 2016. Photo: Christopher Pearce 44 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au