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Food & Shopping
With over 700 shops, services and specialists, 15 arcades
and centres and 175 fashion boutiques, Rundle Mall offers
you the biggest and best choice of stores in Adelaide.
For details of over 70 senior discount offers simply pick up
your copy of the Senior Discounts booklet from the Rundle
Mall Visitor Information Centre near the Myer Centre and
James Place, or call 08 8203 7200 today.
Great Discounts in Rundle Mall
in Rundle Mall
MaryAnn’s Kitchen has been servicing seniors and the disabled since 1996.
Delivering fresh, tasty and most importantly nutritious home-style meals right to your door.
For further information call MaryAnn’s Kitchen (Mon-Fri between 8am -2pm) on 8362 3777
or visit our website www.maryannskitchen.com.au
Discounts for Seniors in
Rundle Mall all year round
You don't have to wait for the next
sale or special event for discounts
anymore -- they're available all year
round in Rundle Mall.
Catch a free bus, train or tram to
Rundle Mall and pick up a copy of
the Seniors Discount booklet from
the Visitor Information Booth at the
King William Street end to receive
offers of up to 30% off.
You can start with 10% off a large
coffee at Muffin Break in City Cross
Arcade then browse in Archer &
Holland Jewellers where you'll
receive 15% off storewide.
If you're looking for a homewares or
craft project why not visit Spotlight
in Rundle Mall Plaza for 10% off all
purchases? And to pamper yourself
after a day of shopping you can
receive 20% off all hair and beauty
services and products at Jorrells
Face Hair & Body.
Rundle Mall has Adelaide's best
range of international and local
brands, and with over 700 stores
to choose from, you're sure to find
whatever you're looking for. There
are plenty of cafes waiting for
you whenever you feel like some
refreshments or a bite to eat, and
you're welcome to make use of the
free Rundle Mall shuttle along the
Rundle Mall is also a great place to
explore, and you can pick up a copy
of the Rundle Mall Discovery Trail,
which will guide you through with
stories on buildings, artworks and
Next time you visit Rundle Mall
make sure you pick up a copy of
the discount booklet at the Visitor
Information Centre, or call
8203 7200 to have one delivered
to your home.
Fresh tasty meals delivered daily
Nutritious and great value at only
$10.50 for a two-course meal, their
reward is your smile!
Mary Ann's Kitchen can be
contacted on 8362 3777.
It's great to see a familiar face each
day! Servicing seniors and the
disabled since 1996 friendly, caring
staff deliver fresh, tasty, seasonal
homestyle meals to your door.
Individual Beef and Red Wine Pies
Prep time: 30 mins + cooling
Cooking time: 2 hours 25 mins
• 2 tsp peanut oil
• 1 large onion, chopped
• 2 cloves garlic, crushed
• 1kg beef chuck steak trimmed of
all fat and cubed
• 2 tbs plain flour
• 2 tbs reduced salt tomato paste
• 375ml red wine
• 375ml reduced salt beef stock
• 2 carrots, thinly sliced
• 200g Swiss Brown mushrooms
• 2 tbs fresh thyme, chopped
• 2 tbs fresh parsley, chopped
• 2 sheets canola puff pastry
• 4 sprigs thyme
• 1 tbs low or reduced fat milk
1. Preheat the oven to 200ºC. You
will need 6 x 2 cup capacity
ovenproof pie dishes.
2. Heat the oil in a large pot, add the
onion and cook over a medium
heat for 5 mins or until golden.
Add the garlic and the beef and
cook for 5 mins until the beef is
3. Add the flour and tomato paste
and cook for a further 2 mins,
stirring constantly. Stir the red
wine and stock and bring to the
boil. Add the carrots, mushrooms
and chopped thyme. Reduce the
heat, cover and simmer for about
1 hour then remove the lid and
cook for a further 45 mins until
the beef is tender and the sauce
is reduced and thickened. Stir
through the parsley, transfer to a
bowl and allow the filling to cool
4. Using the top of a pie dish as
a guide, cut 6 circles from the
pastry, about 2cm larger than
the dish. Spoon the cooled filling
into the dishes. Brush the edges
of each pastry circle with a little
water then cover dishes (damp
side down); pressing the pastry to
the side of the dish to seal. Cut a
small cross in the top of each pie,
insert a sprig of thyme and lightly
brush with milk.
5. Bake for 20-25 mins or until the
pastry is crisp and golden and
the filling is hot. Serve the pies
with mashed potato and steamed
NUTRIENTS per serve:
Reproduced with permission.
© 2012 National Heart
Foundation of Australia.
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