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Apple Crumble 4 Ingredients

This is a super easy crumble, a perfect dessert for a winters nights.                                                                                                                                    .

 

Apple Crumple:
Serves 4-6


* 2 x 400g (14oz) Tins of pie apples
* half a cup of sultanas
* 200g (7oz) pkt of scotch finger biscuits (hobnobs in the UK)
* 115g or half a cup of soft butter


Preheat oven to 180c.

Place apple filling into a lightly greased baking dish.

Sprinkle with sultanas.

In a large bowl, mix together biscuit crumbs and melted butter.

Spread the mixture evenly over the apple and sultanas. Bake for 20 minutes or until golden.


Optional:
Add Cinnamon or 1⁄2 tsp. nutmeg or 1/2 tsp mixed spic to the apple mix. It's up to you, this recipe is awesome just the way it is. Serve with custard or ice cream.


Recipe from 4ingredients.com.au

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Pastors in Lebanon

Helen Manson has just spent around a week on the ground in Lebanon visiting refugee families and the pastors who are helping them. She talked with Luke about the differences between the refugee conditions/situation in Lebanon vs South Sudan.

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Refugees in Syria

The Syrian Army ended its 29-year occupation of Lebanon in 2005 leaving many Lebanese fearful and resentful of Syrians. So it’s profound that for the past six years Tearfund’s local partner—essentially a network of church pastors—have dedicated their lives to helping Syrian refugees; a people they, like most Lebanese, had ill-feelings and fear towards. It’s a poignant example of ‘loving thy enemy’ and ‘loving thy neighbour’. Ian spoke to Luke about the history, the general situation, and how through Tearfund's local partner, they are helping Syrian refugees.

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World Refugee Day

It's World Refugee Day today.  
An estimated 12 million people live in refugee camps worldwide and only 0.1% are resettled, repatriated, or integrated into normal society each year.

Warehoused is a feature-length documentary which explores the plight of long-term refugees through a glimpse into the lives of those living in Dadaab, Kenya, one of the world’s largest refugee camps. We see the camp's inner workings through one man's journey to do everything in his power to provide for his family. This man’s story is not unique however; it accentuates the much larger problems that long-term refugees have faced for centuries.

Check out their website here:

https://warehousedthemovie.com/

Here's the trailer:

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Churros and Chocolate

When I was in Spain we regularly had Churros and chocolate for breakfast, obviously not a healthy option but pretty delicious!

INGREDIENTS

Cinnamon and Sugar:

½ cup sugar +  1 ½ tsp ground cinnamon

For the Churros:

1 ½ Tbsp sugar

 ½ tsp salt

2 Tbsp vegetable oil

 1 cup flour

For the Chocolate:

100g milk chocolate, chopped

 ½ cup cream Ice Cream to serve

METHOD

To make cinnamon sugar: combine 1/2 cup sugar and cinnamon in a shallow bowl. Set aside.

To make churros:

place 1 cup water, 1 1/2 Tbsp sugar, salt and 2 Tbsp vegetable oil in a small saucepan and whisk together.

Place onto high heat and bring to a boil.

Remove from heat, stir in the flour, mixing until it forms a ball.

Half fill a large, heavy­bottomed saucepan with vegetable oil (approximately 8 cm) over high heat.

Transfer the dough to a cloth pastry bag or heavy­duty plastic bag fitted with a large star tip. Pipe the dough over the pot of oil to a length of about 5cm, then using scissors or a sharp knife, cut it so it releases into the oil.

Pipe 2­3 churros into the oil at a time, frying them until they are golden brown and cooked through.

Transfer the churros to a paper towel lined plate to drain for 2 minutes. Then roll them in the cinnamon ­sugar mixture, repeating the frying and coating process with the remaining dough.

To make the chocolate sauce: place chocolate in a small bowl. Heat cream then pour over chocolate, stir until chocolate is melted. Place into a bowl to serve. Serve the churros with chocolate sauce and ice cream.

This recipe was sent in by Brett McGregor

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ICONIC JUNE - JuliaGrace

Throughout June we are putting together a panel to chat about some of the most iconic kiwi Christian Albums. And finally, we are exploring Juliagrace’s self-titled debut solo album. Featuring chats with Di Campbell, Luke Weston, Aaron Ironside and JuliaGrace herself.

Made with the help of NZ on Air, it’s Homegrown Saturdays Nights at 6 on Rhema.

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ICONIC JUNE - Mumsdollar

Throughout June we are putting together a panel to chat about some of the most iconic kiwi Christian Albums. This week we are getting down and rocky with Mumsdollar’s “Ruins”. Featuring chats with Bjorn and Josh, Dan Godwin, Julia Grace and Luke Weston.

Made with the help of NZ on Air, it’s Homegrown Saturdays Nights at 6 on Rhema.

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ICONIC JUNE – Brooke Fraser

What To Do With Daylight Throughout June we are putting together a panel to chat about some of the most iconic kiwi Christian Albums. This week Brooke Fraser and the album that started it all, “What to Do With Daylight”.

Made with the help of NZ on Air, it’s Homegrown Saturdays Nights at 6 on Rhema.

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ICONIC JUNE - Eight Moving

Throughout June we are putting together a panel to chat about some of the most iconic kiwi Christian Albums. First up… Auckland Band Eight and their powerhouse of an album “Moving”.

Made with the help of NZ on Air, it’s Homegrown Saturdays Nights at 6 on Rhema.

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NZMM3 Unchained XL

It’s New Zealand Music Month, however every month is New Zealand Music Month on Homegrown, it’s what we do. Anyway, throughout May we are going to have some live music, some new artists and a touch of the classic with bites and songs from past episodes of Homegrown. This week on the show we will hang out with new-ish artist Unchained XL, and a retrospective look back at some of the classic live performances we have had on the show including a nice little number from Dave Dobbyn.

Made with the help of NZ on Air, it’s Homegrown Saturdays Nights at 6 on Rhema.

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