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Celebrate sunshine, the kids’ school holidays and fresh summer ﬂavours this month
We test each recipe at least three times in a domestic kitchen, to make sure it works for you ﬁrst time and every time.
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16 Perfect plums Growing Victoria plums for Asda 19 In season Fresh produce now in store 24 Cooks’ tips Helpful hints from the food team 27 Sweetcorn Great ways with this versatile veg 35 Cool for kids Easy recipes to feed them in the holidays 42 Take 3 ingredients Salmon, green beans and new potatoes 46 7 ways with omelettes Tasty savoury ﬁllings 48 Masterclass Step by step to a Key lime pie 53 Kids’ cooking Cheesy bean burgers to make 57 Weekday winners Midweek family meals AUGUST 2013 | ASDA.COM/MAGAZINE | 3
16 FOR THE KIDS 62 Top of the class School and college essentials 70 Are we there yet? Keep little ones entertained when you’re travelling
HEALTH 72 Family ﬁrst aid How to deal with minor scrapes 75 Winning smile Keep teeth looking tip-top
FASHION 79 George style Win our cool heart-motif top 81 Style note book Super totes and animal tops 83 Style trend Fashion’s latest tapestry fabrics 85 Shape solutions Our new Bodysculpt pieces 86 Sweet dreamer Hot Aztec prints for summer 88 Back to school Great new-term schoolwear
Asda editor Hannah McDermott Editorial editor Coralie Dorman Acting deputy editor Sally Shore Acting chief sub editor Carly Rigley Food editor Glynis McGuiness Deputy food editor Gregor McMaster Food and editorial assistant Linzi Brechin Art director Kevan Westbury Art editor Matthew Ford Projects art editor Natalie Williams Senior designer Jack Cunningham Senior designer Katerina Varnavides Account director Jo Brooks Senior account manager Becky Turnbull Senior account manager Nicola Davey Account manager Amy Atkin Senior account executive Lizzie Gull George account director Kirsty Ware Production director Melanie Clarke Sales director Simon Cockburn
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ON THE COVER Easy peasy ﬁsh cakes (pg 37) Photograph: Maja Smend Styling: Tony Hutchinson Food styling: Lorna Brash
13 Asda news Travel kit, top tipples and more 67 Fighting hunger together Working with food charity FareShare 92 Entertainment Our pick of the latest releases 95 Up for grabs Fabulous prizes to be won 98 Time for you Home spa
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Long before joining Asda, like many people, I’d scoffed at reports about the amount of food thrown away by supermarkets. What I wasn’t aware of is that suppliers often send more than is needed, but by the time it’s sent back it’s out of date and goes to waste. I was really pleased that we’ve launched a new partnership with the charity FareShare to work with our suppliers and redirect this food to those who need it most. In the ﬁrst year of the partnership, FareShare aims to redistribute 1,500 tonnes of surplus food sent to us – the equivalent of 3.6 million meals, saving the charities involved £4.5 million. To see how the partnership will make a difference, turn to page 67. August is a busy time for FareShare – the school holidays are when many children miss their regular school meals and go without. And we know our customers are struggling more than ever to manage. In Asda Magazine, we use recipe ingredients that you’re likely to buy regularly or already have, use weights and measurements that reﬂect pack sizes, and where possible, suggest ideas on how to use leftovers – it means we can help you avoid wasting food, too. HANNAH McDERMOTT Asda Editor
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Damon Johnson, Head of Produce Quality ‘Our summery sweetcorn recipes. Cobs grilled on the BBQ and smothered in a spicy zesty butter (page 27) are delicious.’
Glynis McGuinness, Food Editor ‘Our fun ﬁshcake cover! It’ll raise a smile at the dinner table. Or for little people pleasers try our cheesy bean burgers (page 53).’
Fiona Lambert George Brand Director ‘This summer’s trends, from tapestry and studded shoes to Aztec prints. Your only problem is deciding which to wear ﬁrst.’
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Tempting summer drinks, ways to get kids ready for school, and lots more
Great savings on holidays If you’re looking for a last-minute getaway, visit Asda Travel online for great-value holidays abroad. With amazing prices from only £199 per person, you and your family don’t need to rely on the British weather to soak up the sun this summer. Log onto ASDA.com/travel and take a look at the range of fabulous destinations on offer.
FRUITY MOCKTAIL Want the lovely fruit ﬂavours of a summer cocktail but without the alcohol? Try Asda Non Alcoholic Cosmopolitan Juice Drink, £1.50, an elegant blend of orange, cranberry and lemon. You’ll ﬁnd it in store with the chilled juices. Bon voyage Travel in style with our new Travels range of holiday accessories, now in store. You’ll ﬁnd travel pillows, luggage tags, case locks and much more. The range starts from just £1.50.
Family days out Stuck for ways of keeping the kids entertained during the holidays? Visit ASDA.com/gifts to check out our exciting activity ideas. From junior adventure days to fun days out for all the family, you’ll ﬁnd inspiration for special outings they won’t forget in a hurry.
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FREE EYE TESTS FOR KIDS Did you know that prescription glasses are free for children with an NHS voucher*? Take advantage of the school holidays and bring the kids along to your local in-store Asda Opticians to get an eye test – also free for all under 16s through the NHS. Then if your child needs glasses, they can get any of our kids’ prescription glasses for free, including our new fun character frames, with favourites such as Ben 10, Disney Princess and The Simpsons. To ﬁnd your nearest Asda Opticians, go to ASDA.com/opticians.
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Help ﬁght hunger
Our ready-to-cook spatchcock chickens are a perfect solution for easy summer meals. Ideal come rain or shine, they can be cooked in their straight-to-oven foil tray, or ﬁnished on the barbecue for an alfresco treat. Plus, these chickens are great for busy mums – all the messy prep has been done for you and they cook in just 55 minutes. Choose from a range of basted ﬂavours, from Piri Piri to BBQ and classic Garlic & Herb. They’re only £4.50 each, available from the fresh meat aisle.
With more people turning to charities and food banks for help with feeding their families, we’ve teamed up with food crisis charities, FareShare and the Trussel Trust to help raise funds. As part of this initiative, we’ve launched this exclusive jute bag, £2 – of which 58p from each sale with be divided equally between the two charities.
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event, Discover Summer Drinks, from 5-25 August. You’ll ﬁnd a range of refreshing drinks to choose from, such as Blackberry & Elderﬂower Pimm’s and exclusive Bud Light Lime, plus great offers on your favourite tipples in store.
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plums Green-ﬁngered Richard Beach enjoys showing his grandson Tom how to grow delicious Victoria plums at the family farm
‘Nothing beats the rich ﬂavour of Victoria plums,’ says Richard Beach. Richard’s been growing plums on the 250-acre Mudwalls Farm in Warwickshire for the last 50 years, and has seen the company grow from producing plums for canning in the late 1960s, to becoming a busy pickyour-own farm in the 1970s. And for the last 30 years, the family farm has been supplying fresh Victoria plums to Asda. A FAMILY AFFAIR Richard’s favourite part of the work is walking around the orchards, checking the crops and comparing how they develop from one year to the next, he says. His grandson, Tom took an interest in the farm from a young age. ‘We live next door to the farm, so I like to look out my bedroom window onto the orchards,’ he says. ‘It’s great working with grandad – he’s shown me how to prune trees and drive the tractors. In the future, 16 | ASDA.COM/MAGAZINE | AUGUST 2013
PLUM PRODUCER I’d like to continue working in agriculture – perhaps taking on the responsibility of the farm.’ WORKING LIFE AT THE FARM The season starts by cutting branches that could block the sunlight from getting to the fruit. The trees are then watered with the farm’s reservoir supply and bees are brought in to help pollination. The distinctive mottled red fruit is picked in August and it takes around three days from harvest to store delivery.
‘It’s a privilege to wander around the orchards and observe the plums’ Richard Beach
WORDS: CARLY RIGLEY. PHOTOGRAPH: WILLIAM SHAW
GREAT-TASTING PLUMS The main characteristic of English Victoria plums is their delicious sweet ﬂavour, say the Beach family. They’re great eaten fresh from the punnet or stewed and served with fresh cream or ice cream. Mudwalls Farm hopes to supply Asda with at least 100 tonnes of the fruit this season. You’ll ﬁnd the Victoria plums in stores from late August and throughout September.
STEWED PLUMS ● Stone 8-10 plums, then cut each fruit into four pieces. ● Cook in a pan with a little butter, a sprinkling of sugar, a squeeze of lemon juice and a splash of water. ● Cook gently for 10 minutes. Chill for up to a week. Serve on toast or with yogurt.
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FRESH IN STORE
In season How to make the most of the tastiest produce available in store this month at Asda
Carrot & noodle salad
Spotlight on carrots
This season’s carrots are a great way to add colour and crunch to summer salads and stir-fries. Their natural sweetness also makes them delicious in soups, rostis and purées – and they’re brilliant roasted, too.
♦ Put some cooked and drained noodles in a bowl and add ribbons of carrot and chopped red chilli pepper. ♦ Whisk together some soy sauce, honey, lemon juice and sesame oil and pour over the noodles. ♦ Sprinkle with chopped peanuts and coriander and serve. AUGUST 2013 | ASDA.COM/MAGAZINE | 19
Damon Johnson Head of Produce Quality
Courgettes are plentiful this time of year. To serve as a simple side, slice and sauté in a little butter. They’re also great in soups, ﬂans, and pasta dishes.
Courgette fritters V Put 100g plain ﬂour in a bowl and season. Whisk together 1 egg and 5tbsp milk, then gradually whisk into the ﬂour to create a smooth batter. Grate 150g courgettes, squeeze out any excess moisture and stir into the batter. Fry spoonfuls of the mixture in a little oil for 2 minutes on each side until golden. Sprinkle with parsley and serve with a yogurt and mint dip. Serves 6 MED
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blackberries Plump, juicy blackberries are in season right now, so why not try one of these delicious ideas? ● Add a handful to a cake mixture for a fruity sponge. ● Layer with cream, custard and jelly in a triﬂe. ● Cook with sliced apples to make a crumble or pie ﬁlling. ● Blitz into milk jellies. ● Stew with sugar to make a tangy sauce for ice cream.
Why not try… watermelon There’s nothing more refreshing than chilled watermelon on a hot summer’s day. Remove the rind and seeds, cube the ﬂesh and add to fruit salads, blitz in smoothies or use in a fresh, cool salad with crumbled Feta.
3 ways with… mango
To prepare a mango, slice through lengthways as close as possible to the sides of the stone. Make criss-cross cuts in the ﬂesh, but don’t cut into the skin. Turn the skin inside out and cut away the cubes of mango. Then cut any remaining ﬂesh away from the stone, and cube.
Cube a ripe mango. Deseed ½ cucumber, cut into half moon shapes and add to the mango in a bowl. Stir in some cashew nuts and diced red chilli. Make a dressing of 3 parts oil to 1 part lemon juice and add a little honey. Drizzle over the salad before serving.
Cube a ripe mango and put in a food blender or liquidiser. Add a peeled and cubed banana and a little sugar (optional). Add some milk and blitz everything together. Blend in natural yogurt until the smoothie is the consistency you like.
Prepare the mango by cutting it into long ﬁngers rather than cubes. Heat a little butter and sugar in a pan, then cook the mango until browned on all sides. Add a dash of rum and cook for a further 2-3 minutes. Serve with ice cream.
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♦ Asda Chosen by you Three Chilli Vegetable Pasta, £2 (500g; 40p/100g), garnished here with fresh basil leaves
Your no-fuss summer spread Make the most of eating outside outside, with our delicious range of salads and dips from If you’re having family fun outdoors this summer, Asda Chosen by you has a brilliant range for putting on a tasty summer spread. Try our delicious houmous
varieties – made with quality ingredients, they’re great value at just £1 each and wonderful served with a selection of cruditiés, Italian ciappe ﬂatbreads
♦ Asda Chosen by you Creamy Coleslaw & Beetroot Salad Twinpot, £2 (550g; 36.3p/100g). We’ve served it with lettuce and focaccia bread
♦ Asda Chosen by you Chargrilled Red Pepper Houmous, £1 (170g; 58.8p/100g), served here with ciappe ﬂatbreads and Tomkin vine tomatoes 22 | ASDA.COM/MAGAZINE | AUGUST 2013
♦ Asda Chosen by you Caramelised Onion Houmous, £1 (170g; 58.8p/100g). We’ve served it with crudités ♦ Asda Chosen by you Jalapeño Houmous, £1 (170g; 58.8p/100g)
a range of great-tasting pasta salads, such as spicy Three Chilli Vegetable Pasta, all at £2 each. It’s summer eating… made easy.
♦ Asda Chosen by you Cheese Pasta Salad, £2 (500g; 40p/100g). Try it sprinkled with chopped parsley
♦ Asda Chosen by you Houmous Topped with Pesto & Parmesan, £1 (170g; 58.8p/100g)
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and ﬂavour-packed vine tomatoes. Or how about our salad twinpots – you’ll ﬁnd tasty favourites including Creamy Coleslaw & Beetroot Salad. Plus there’s
♦ Asda Chosen by you Spicy Cous Cous & Tomato & Roasted Vegetable Pasta Salad Twinpot, £2 (550g; 36.3p/100g), served here with red chard
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Cooks’ tips Sharpen your cookery skills and food know-how with our top hints
ESSENTIAL OILS ES Olive oil is one of the healthiest fats because it’s high in monounsaturated fats and low in saturated fat. Use it for cooking Mediterranean dishes and for salad dressings. Extra virgin olive oil is made from the ﬁrst pressing of the olive, so it has the best ﬂavour. It’s quite expensive, so rather than use it for cooking, buy in small bottles and save it for salad dressings and dipping into bread. Sunﬂower oil is economical and good value. It’s great for roasts, stir fries and frying. Save your waste Baguettes go stale after one day but leftovers make great garlic bread. Make deep cuts at 1.5cm intervals. Mix softened butter with crushed garlic and spread it in the cuts. Spread any remaining butter thinly on top. Wrap in foil and cook in the oven at 200C/180C Fan/Gas 6 for 10-15 minutes, opening the top of the foil for the last few minutes. Or cook from frozen for 15-20 minutes.
KITCHEN MUST-HAVE A stick blender makes easy work of soups, smoothies and baby food – and it’s cheaper than a processor. We love this Russell Hobbs hand blender, £29.96* – it’s a 3-in-1 with a whisk, mini chopper and beaker.
HOW TO USE GARLIC
Honey rescue If your honey has gone cloudy and hard, revive it by standing the jar in hot water until it goes clear again. Or microwave for a few seconds on low – but take of the lid ﬁrst. POACHED TO PERFECTION Perfect potatoes For great results, cook the variety of potato best suited to the dish: Roast potatoes, chips and baked potatoes Use King Edward and Maris Piper potatoes as once cooked, they’ll be crispy on the outside and ﬂuffy on the inside. Mashed potatoes You need potatoes that are smooth and creamy – Desiree, Estima, King Edward and Maris Piper are best. Potato salad Use waxy potatoes, such as Charlotte or new potatoes.
Did you know? Basil and mint are best added at the end of cooking because they lose ﬂavour when heated.
For poached eggs, you need the freshest eggs possible. Pour 3cm boiling water into a frying pan, add 1tsp vinegar and a pinch of salt and heat until gently simmering. Break one egg at a time into a cup. With a wooden spoon, swirl the water to make a ‘whirlpool’ and slide the egg into it. Cook for about 3-4 minutes or until the white is set and the yolk is still soft. When they’re cooked, carefully lift out on a ﬁsh slice and serve.
Overripe bananas make fantastic ice cream. Freeze the bananas in their skin. Then, once frozen, peel, cut into chunks and whizz for a few seconds in a processor with a spoonful of honey, jam or maple syrup. Eat straight away. AUGUST 2013 | ASDA.COM/MAGAZINE | 25
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The key to getting the right ﬂavour from garlic is all in the preparation. Crushing with a garlic press gives a strong ﬂavour that’s great for Italian dishes. Slicing provides a more subtle taste, perfect for Asian recipes. While bruising will give a mild ﬂavour – bash with a rolling pin (skin on), roast whole cloves or add to casseroles, then remove before serving.
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Capture the essence of summer all year long with our delicious recipes made with this super-sweet vegetable
Corn on the cob with spicy butter The spicy, zesty butter in this simple recipe is also wonderful teamed with other veg, ﬁsh or meat. Make extra and freeze it, ready to use another time SERVES 4 READY IN 25 MINS PLUS CHILLING PRICE PER SERVING 77p 100g salted butter, at room temperature 1 red chilli, deseeded and finely chopped Finely grated zest of ½ lime 1tbsp lime juice
1tbsp chopped coriander 1tsp oil 4 corn on the cobs 1 Mix together all the ingredients except the
cobs and shape into a fat sausage. Wrap in baking paper or clingﬁlm and chill. 2 Remove any white threads from the corn cobs and boil in a pan of water for
10 minutes or until tender. 3 Drain and serve hot with slices of the ﬂavoured butter.
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SALAD TIP Green Giant Salad Crisp Sweetcorn is great for salads as it’s crisp, juicy and ready to eat straight from the can.
Grilled sweetcorn salsa A lovely accompaniment to grilled meat or ﬁsh – ideal for the BBQ season. Grilling the cobs makes the kernels extra delicious, but you could also use canned SERVES 4 READY IN 45 MINS PRICE PER SERVING 98p 3 corn on the cobs 2tbsp olive oil, plus a little for rubbing onto the cobs 1 red pepper, deseeded and chopped 2 red chillies, deseeded and finely chopped 3 spring onions, trimmed and chopped
Juice of 1½ limes 3tbsp chopped coriander 1 Preheat the grill to medium. Remove any white threads from the cobs, then rub them all over with a little oil. Grill for 10-15 minutes, turning often until the kernels are cooked
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and starting to brown. Leave to cool for 10 minutes. 2 On a large board, hold a cob upright and run a sharp knife down the length of it, keeping the blade close to the stalk to separate the kernels from the cob. Put the kernels in a bowl and
repeat with the other cobs. Allow to cool completely. 3 Add the rest of the oil, red pepper, chilli, onions, lime juice and coriander. Season and stir to mix together.
142 4.4g 7.8g 1.1g trace 7% 5% 11% 6% <1% BASED ON GUIDELINE DAILY AMOUNT PER SERVING
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FLAVOUR OF THE MONTH
Sweetcorn & chicken samosas Great served warm or cold. Pop any leftover samosas into the kids’ packed lunches for a tasty treat MAKES 12 READY IN 1HR PRICE PER SERVING 52p 2 chicken breast fillets, cut into very small pieces 3tbsp sunflower oil 1 large onion, finely chopped 1 level tsp each ground coriander, ground cumin, chilli powder and turmeric 1 baking potato, peeled and diced 326g can Asda Sweetcorn in Water, drained 4tbsp Asda Mango Chutney 270g pack filo pastry, defrosted if frozen 25g butter, melted
a 1.5cm border. Take the right corner and fold diagonally to the left to make a triangle. Then fold over in the opposite direction and continue to fold until the pastry is used up. Put on a baking tray and brush with the butter mixture. 6 Repeat to make a further 11 samosas. Cook in the oven for 15-20 minutes or until crisp and golden. MED
RECIPES: GLYNIS MCGUINNESS. PHOTOGRAPHS: KATE WHITAKER. STYLING: RACHEL JUKES. FOOD STYLING: LORNA BRASH
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1 Cook the chicken in 1tbsp of the oil over a medium heat, stirring, for 3-4 minutes. Remove from the pan. Add another 1tbsp oil and the onion. Cook until soft. 2 Add the spices and cook over a low heat, stirring, for 2 minutes. Return the chicken to the pan and add the potato and 100ml water. Cover and simmer for 10 minutes or until the potato is tender, stirring frequently. 3 Tip into a bowl and add the sweetcorn and chutney. Mix together and leave to cool. Season. 4 Preheat the oven to 190C/170C Fan/Gas 5. Line 2 baking trays with baking paper. Cut each sheet of pastry in half to make 2 long strips. Put one on a work surface. Keep the rest covered with a clean, damp tea towel or clingﬁlm so that it doesn’t dry out. Mix the last tbsp oil with the butter. 5 Put 2tbsp of the ﬁlling at one end of the strip, leaving AUGUST 2013 | ASDA.COM/MAGAZINE | 00 29 MONTH 2012
Sweetcorn & watercress mufﬁns Enjoy these delicious cheesy mufﬁns as a savoury snack or pack them into your picnic basket for days out MAKES 12 READY IN 1HR PRICE PER SERVING 35p 200g frozen sweetcorn kernels 85g pack watercress 300g plain flour 1 level tbsp baking powder ½ level tsp Colman’s Mustard Powder ¼ level tsp Asda Cayenne 125g extra mature Cheddar, grated 25g Parmesan, grated 2 large eggs 175ml semi-skimmed milk 100g butter, melted Paper muffin cases 1 Preheat the oven to 180C/160C Fan/Gas 4. Line a mufﬁn tray with 12 paper mufﬁn cases. Put three sheets of kitchen paper on a plate. Boil the sweetcorn for 4 minutes, drain well, 30 | ASDA.COM/MAGAZINE | AUGUST 2013
then put on the plate to soak up excess moisture. 2 Remove the stalks from the watercress. Chop the leaves ﬁnely and add to the corn. 3 Sift the ﬂour, baking powder, mustard, cayenne and a pinch of salt into a bowl. Stir in the cheeses and the sweetcorn mixture. 4 Lightly beat the eggs, milk and butter together and add to the bowl. Stir until evenly mixed, but don’t over mix or the mufﬁns will be heavy. 5 Divide the mixture between the mufﬁn cases and bake for 25 minutes until golden. 6 Serve warm, or cool on a wire rack to eat later. MED
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Sweetcorn chowder with gammon Serve this substantial soup for a simple supper or satisfying lunch SERVES 4 READY IN 45 MINS PRICE PER SERVING £1.03 230g pack Asda Extra Special Unsmoked Wiltshire Cure Gammon Steaks 2tbsp sunflower oil, plus 1tsp for frying 1 medium onion, finely chopped 300g potatoes (peeled weight), cut into 1cm pieces 300ml chicken stock, made with 1 stock cube 450ml whole milk 300g frozen sweetcorn 1 level tbsp cornflour, mixed with 2tbsp cold water ½ 25g pack flat-leaf parsley Crusty bread, to serve
1 Trim any excess fat off the gammon and discard. Cut into 0.5cm pieces. Heat 1tsp oil in a large saucepan and fry the gammon until just cooked. Remove with a slotted spoon and set aside. 2 Heat the rest of the oil in the pan and cook the onion for 3-4 minutes until soft and golden, stirring often. Add the potatoes and cook for 2-3 minutes, stirring. 3 Add the chicken stock to the pan, bring to a simmer and cook, covered, for 5 minutes. Add the milk, bring back to a simmer
and cook, uncovered, for another 4-5 minutes until the potatoes are tender. 4 Stir in the sweetcorn and gammon, bring back to the boil and simmer very gently for another 5 minutes. Season with black pepper. 5 Stir in the cornﬂour mixture and simmer for 2 minutes. Discard the stalks from the parsley and chop the leaves. Stir half into the soup. Serve with bread, sprinkled with the rest of the parsley.
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To celebrate ‘The Magic’s in the MAX campaign’ with Dynamo, Pepsi are giving Asda shoppers the chance to disappear on a fantastic family holiday. Grab a promotional pack in store and enter the last four digits of your till receipt at pepsi.co.uk/holiday for a chance to win – but be quick before they all vanish.
Promotion runs from 11.07.13 – 31.07.13 (weekly draws 7pm on 18.07.13, 25.07.13, 31.07.13). Open to UK/IOM/CI residents only aged 18+. Exclusions apply. Max one prize per person. Purchase necessary. Retain till receipt/order conﬁrmation number for veriﬁcation. 3 prizes in total. For entry and full terms and conditions, visit pepsi.co.uk/holiday. Internet access required. Promoter: Britvic Soft Drinks Ltd. Pepsi, Pepsi MAX and the Pepsi Globe are trademarks for PepsiCo Inc.
Chosen by you If you sufer from a food allergy or intolerance, the Free from range can make life easier. We have lots more great products, too, everything from meal ideas to treats
You don’t have to give up great food because of an allergy or intolerance. We now have 65 Asda Chosen by you Free from products. Next time you’re in store, keep an eye out for the new purple labels – they’re designed to make ﬁnding Free from products easier. And check out the dedicated Free from sections in Grocery or Frozen, or look for the label on fresh products. To get your taste buds tingling, try this tasty gluten-free frozen Pepperoni Pizza (above), or our quick and easy glutenand wheat-free fresh Penne Pasta, which we’ve served with Bolognese Sauce (left).
♦ Asda Chosen by you Free from: Fresh Penne Pasta, £1.78 (300g; 59.3p/100g); Bolognese Sauce, £2 (500g; 40p/100g); Pepperoni Pizza, £2.50 (390g; 64.1p/100g)
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♦ Heinz Deliciously Gluten Free: Penne, £1.80 (500g; 36p/100g); Tomato Frito Pasta Sauce, 89p (210g; 42.4p/100g)
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Quiche made easy Great for picnics and easy lunches, the DS Gluten Free Quiche Lorraine is crammed with bacon and cheese.
Pass the gravy Gluten-free gravy gets a moreish makeover with these rich organic granules from Kallo.
No-dairy dessert Dairy free, these little Alpro pots of loveliness are soya-based and available in four fabulous ﬂavours. ♦ Alpro Desserts: Creamy Vanilla; Smooth Chocolate; Soft Caramel; Dark Chocolate; all £1.40 for 4-pack (4 x 125g; 28p/100g)
♦ DS Gluten Free Quiche Lorraine, £4 (260g; £1.54/100g)
♦ Kallo Organic Chicken Gravy Granules, 89p (35g; 25.4p/10g)
Whether it’s supper, snacks or the ﬁnishing touch for your Sunday lunch, we’ve got the free-from answer in store
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Naturally good Light? Tick! Crunchy? Tick! These tasty Kallo Corn & Rice Snacks Teatime treat are a great choice Bake gluten-free goodies in for dips, spreads, no time with our delicious new and on-the-go Chosen by you Free from cake snacks and treats. mixes, including this Victoria sponge. ♦ Kallo Sundried Tomato & Herbs Corn & Rice Snacks, 60p (25g; 24p/10g)
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♦ Asda Chosen by you Free from Victoria Sponge Cake Mix, £1.80 (250g; 72p/100g
WORDS: MARILYN WRIGHT. PHOTOGRAPHS: RIA OSBORNE. STYLING: TAMZIN FERDINANDO. FOOD STYLING: GREGOR MCMASTER
Classic combination Free from gluten but big on ﬂavour, Heinz Penne served with Tomato Frito Pasta Sauce makes a quick, tasty meal.
Cool for kids
Easy-to-make favourites are what you need when you’ve got hungry kids in the school holidays – these fun, nutritious dishes tick all the boxes!
Mini turkey burgers Kids will love these American-style ‘sliders’ – burgers but in miniature! Our turkey sliders are fun to eat and great for sharing with friends – serve two per child SERVES 6 READY IN 45 MINS PRICE PER SLIDER 85p 6 Asda Cracker Bites (from a 150g pack) 4 spring onions, trimmed and finely chopped 2 x 340g packs Asda Butcher’s Selection Turkey Breast Mince 100g lean cooked ham,
finely chopped 1 medium egg 12 small white rolls 75g Asda 30% Less Fat Mature Cheese, cut into 12 slices Lettuce and tomato ketchup, to serve
1 Preheat the grill. Crush the crackers to make crumbs. Mix with the spring onions, mince, ham and egg. Season. 2 Shape into 12 burgers, using dampened hands. Grill or griddle for 4-5 minutes on each side.
3 Split the rolls and grill or griddle the cut side. Fill with the burgers, cheese, lettuce and ketchup. Serve two burgers each. MED
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Cheese & bacon potatoes These are ideal if you have lots of kids over – serve two per child. You can also make the potatoes the day before and reheat. Keep to this one recipe or make other variations as well – see our ideas below SERVES 8 READY IN 2HRS PRICE PER SERVING 85p 8 Asda Baking Potatoes 100g Asda 50% Less Fat Light Soft Cheese 250g Asda 30% Less Fat Mature Cheese, grated 4tsp Worcestershire sauce (optional) 4 spring onions, trimmed and chopped 8 rashers back bacon, grilled and chopped 1 Preheat the oven to 200C/ 180C Fan/Gas 6. Prick the potatoes and bake for about 1 hour 20 minutes or until soft in the middle when pierced with a skewer. 2 Cut the potatoes in half,
holding each one in a clean tea towel and taking care not to burn your hands. Carefully scoop out the ﬂesh into a large bowl. 3 Mash with the soft cheese, grated cheese and Worcestershire sauce, if using. Stir in the spring onion and bacon and divide between the potato skins. 4 Put the skins on baking trays and bake for 10-15 minutes, or 15-20 minutes if reheating. Serve two potato halves each. MED
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VARIATIONS SMOKED MACKEREL At step 3, leave out the grated cheese, Worcestershire sauce and bacon. Add some flaked smoked mackerel, frozen peas and a dash of horseradish sauce. CORNED BEEF At step 3, leave out the grated cheese and bacon. Add some chopped corned beef and a little chopped parsley. CHEESY VEG At step 3, add some diced red pepper and frozen sweetcorn.
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This cover recipe was voted for by our Facebook fans
Easy peasy ﬁsh cakes Instant mash is a useful store cupboard ingredient and perfect for these speedy ﬁsh cakes. To make with fresh potatoes, boil 500g peeled potatoes, drain and mash without milk or butter SERVES 6 READY IN 1HR 15 MINS PRICE PER SERVING 90p 88g pack Smash Instant Mash Potato 2 x 185g cans Asda Tuna Chunks in Spring Water 1tbsp chopped fresh chives Pinch of cayenne 1 large egg, beaten 25g melted butter 40g Asda Cornflakes 50g fresh breadcrumbs Filippo Berio Spray Oil Asparagus, peas and sweetcorn, to serve
1 Preheat the oven to 200C/ 180C Fan/Gas 6. Line a baking tray with baking paper. Make up the instant mashed potato with 400ml boiling water, so that it’s slightly stiffer than usual. 2 Drain the tuna in a colander and press lightly to get rid of any excess water. Add the tuna to the mashed potato with the chives and cayenne. Mix well and leave to cool.
3 Make into ﬁsh shapes using your hands and carefully put on the baking tray. Lightly beat the egg with the melted butter and brush over the top and sides of the ﬁshes. 4 Crush the cornﬂakes in a freezer bag and mix with the breadcrumbs. Pat onto the top and sides of the ﬁsh cakes. 5 Spray each ﬁsh cake with a squirt of olive oil and
cook for 10-15 minutes. 6 Add peas for eyes, and serve with asparagus, peas and sweetcorn. If you’d like to serve these ﬁsh cakes as we’ve done on our cover, arrange the asparagus with some dill sprigs and chives as ‘seaweed’, and add peas for bubbles. MED
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Rainbow salad pots Colourful and tasty, these are easy to prepare, need virtually no cooking and are great for using up leftovers â€“ plus this is a brilliant way to get kids to eat veg! Cheese, grated Thick-cut ham, diced Cooked chicken, diced Hard-boiled eggs, quartered or roughly chopped Cooked pasta (small pasta shapes are best) Lettuce, shredded
Cucumber, diced Red pepper, diced Cherry tomatoes, halved Canned sweetcorn, drained Raisins Carrot, grated Apple, diced and tossed in lemon juice Salad dressings, to serve
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1 Serve some or all of the ingredients in separate bowls, along with salad dressing. 2 Provide tumblers or bowls and let the kids layer up their own salad creations. Get the kids involved in making their own salad combinations
Chicken & veggie kebabs These are also delicious with pork ﬁllet, lamb or beef steak – or use cubes of halloumi for a vegetarian option
RECIPES: GLYNIS MCGUINNESS. PHOTOGRAPHS: DAN JONES, RIA OSBORNE. STYLING: TONY HUTCHINSON, JENNY IGGLEDEN. FOOD STYLING: JAYNE CROSS, GREGOR MCMASTER
SERVES 4 READY IN 35 MINS PLUS MARINATING PRICE PER SERVING £2.16 490g pack Asda Butcher’s Selection Chicken Breast Fillets, cut into bite-sized pieces 2tbsp mild olive oil, plus 1tsp for brushing 1tbsp lemon juice 1tsp clear honey 1tbsp Amoy Reduced Salt Soy Sauce 8 wooden skewers 2 peppers (red and yellow), quartered, deseeded and cut into bite-sized pieces 2 small red onions, cut into wedges 1 courgette, thickly sliced Asda Quick & Easy Steam Bags Golden Vegetable Rice (frozen), prepared as packet instructions, to serve 1 Put the chicken in a freezer bag with the oil, lemon juice, honey and soy sauce and seal. Toss to coat. Marinate in the fridge for 1-2 hours. 2 Meanwhile, soak the skewers in cold water. 3 Preheat the grill. Thread the chicken and vegetables onto the skewers. 4 Grill for 10-12 minutes, turning often, until the chicken is cooked through. 5 Serve two kebabs each along with the vegetable rice. LOW CALORIES
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Make-ahead lasagne This classic recipe makes two lasagnes, so you can eat one straight away or cook it from the fridge when you’re ready to eat. The other one can be frozen for another time SERVES 8 READY IN 1HR 50 MINS PRICE PER SERVING £1.85 2tbsp olive oil 75g Asda Butcher’s Selection Unsmoked Streaky Bacon, chopped 2 medium onions, chopped 150g carrots, finely diced 2 sticks celery, finely diced 500g pack Asda Butcher’s Selection Pork Mince 500g pack Asda Butcher’s Selection Beef Steak Mince 2 x 390g cartons chopped tomatoes with garlic 1 beef stock cube 100g tomato purée 2 level tbsp dried oregano 50g butter 40g plain flour
400ml semi-skimmed milk 250g pack Asda Fresh Egg Lasagne 75g mature Cheddar, grated 1 Heat the oil in a saucepan and cook the bacon until the fat runs and it starts to crisp. Remove and set aside. 2 Add the onion, carrots and celery to the pan and cook over a medium heat, stirring often, for 10 minutes or until the vegetables are softened. 3 Add the pork mince, turn the heat up and cook, stirring, until it browns. Tip into a bowl
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and set aside. Add the steak mince to the pan and cook, stirring, until it browns. Return the pork and veg to the pan. 4 Add the bacon, tomatoes, stock cube, purée, oregano and 200ml water. Season with pepper. Heat until simmering, cover and simmer for 30 minutes, stirring often. 5 Preheat the oven to 190C/ 170C Fan/Gas 5. Melt the butter in a pan and stir in the ﬂour. Cook over a low heat for 30 seconds, stirring. Gradually whisk in the milk. Heat until simmering, whisking all the time. Season with pepper.
6 Spread a third of the meat sauce in two 30cm x 21cm dishes. Put a lasagne sheet on top. Cut to ﬁt. 7 Cover with another layer of meat sauce, then pasta. Repeat. Spread the white sauce on top and sprinkle on the cheese. Cook in the oven for 30-35 minutes, or refrigerate or freeze for later. 8 To cook from chilled, bake in the oven for 40-45 minutes; if frozen, defrost in the fridge overnight and cook as above.
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519 9.7g 28.8g 12.8g 1.3g 29% 11% 64% 33% 41% BASED ON GUIDELINE DAILY AMOUNT PER SERVING
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Food for friends
WORDS: MARILYN WRIGHT. PHOTOGRAPH: RIA OSBORNE. STYLING: JENNY IGGLEDEN. FOOD STYLING: LORNA BRASH
Get set for fun this summer with the Chosen by you sharing range from
Planning a summer picnic or BBQ? Take advantage of our great 2-for-£2.50 offer on the sharing range from Asda Chosen by you. New additions include Pork, Bacon & Leek Bites in a crispy crumb, and tender Southern Fried Pickin’ Chicken. Look out for delicious new Margherita Pizza Parcels and don’t forget everyone’s favourite, tasty Mini Egg Bites. Ready to eat, hot or cold, this is ﬁnger food at its ﬁnest.
♦ Asda Chosen by you: Southern Fried Pickin’ Chicken, £1.60 (115g; £1.39/100g); Mini Egg Bites, £1.60 (192g; 83.3p/100g); Pork, Bacon & Leek Bites, £1.60 (150g; £1.07/100g); Margherita Pizza Parcels, £1.60 (150g; £1.07/100g); or any 2 for £2.50
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Take 3 ingredients… Salmon, green beans, new potatoes Serve your family diferent meals made from this great trio of fresh ingredients – we show you three quick and easy ways how
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Salmon parcels These all-in-one parcels are a wonderfully easy way to cook ﬁsh and a great way to serve the dish SERVES 4 READY IN 45 MINS PRICE PER SERVING £2.55 400g new potatoes 240g pack Asda Green Beans, trimmed 2 x 280g packs Asda Salmon Fillets, skinned Grated zest and juice of 1 lemon 4 sprigs parsley 50g butter
1 Preheat the oven to 200C/ 180C Fan/Gas 6. Cut 4 large squares of baking parchment, about 30cm x 30cm each. 2 Boil the new potatoes until just tender. Drain and halve or quarter, depending on size. Boil the green beans for 2-3 minutes, then drain. 3 Divide the potatoes and
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beans between the squares of baking parchment. Put a piece of salmon on top. Add lemon zest and juice, a sprig of parsley and a piece of butter to each one. Season with black pepper. 4 Wrap up the baking parchment to make 4 parcels, leaving room inside for the air
to move around. Fold to seal the edges tightly. 5 Put the parcels on a baking tray and cook in the oven for about 18 minutes or until the salmon ﬂakes easily. 6 Serve in the parcels. HIGH
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Thai red salmon curry This easy-to-prepare, aromatic red curry sauce is also great with chicken or prawns SERVES 4 READY IN 40 MINS PRICE PER SERVING £3.34 400g new potatoes, cut into small pieces 240g pack Asda Green Beans, trimmed and halved 1tbsp sunflower oil 1 clove garlic, crushed 4 level tbsp Asda Red Thai Curry Paste 400ml can reduced-fat coconut milk 1tbsp Blue Dragon Fish Sauce (nam pla)
1 level tsp brown sugar 2 x 280g packs Asda Salmon Fillets, skinned and cut into cubes Asda Thai Jasmine Rice, steamed, to serve Fresh coriander and lime wedges, to serve (optional) 1 Heat a pan of water until boiling. Add the potatoes, bring back to the boil and
cook for 5 minutes. Add the beans, bring back to the boil and cook for 2 minutes. Drain and set aside, reserving 100ml of the cooking water. 2 Heat the oil in a large pan and cook the garlic and curry paste over a medium heat for 2 minutes, stirring. 3 Add the coconut milk, ﬁsh sauce, sugar and reserved water. Simmer, partially
covered, for 5 minutes. 4 Add the salmon, green beans and potatoes, and bring back to the boil. Simmer for 5-10 minutes until everything is cooked. 5 Serve with steamed jasmine rice, plus fresh coriander and a piece of lime if you like. LOW
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Salmon with watercress sauce & crushed potatoes This delicious, slightly peppery watercress sauce is a classic accompaniment for salmon SERVES 4 READY IN 30 MINS PRICE PER SERVING £3 30g butter, plus extra for greasing 2 x 280g packs Asda Salmon Fillets 500g new potatoes 1tbsp olive oil 2tbsp chopped chives 2tbsp chopped parsley 85g pack watercress 150g crème fraîche 4tbsp milk 240g pack Asda Green Beans, trimmed
3 To make the watercress sauce, use a hand-held blender or processor to whizz the watercress, crème fraîche and milk together until the leaves are ﬁnely chopped. Season. 4 Put in a pan and heat through, stirring, until warm, but don’t let it boil. 5 Boil the green beans for 3-4 minutes until tender. Serve with the salmon, watercress sauce and crushed potatoes.
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593 5.1g 40.8g 17.4g 0.4g 30% 6% 58% 87% 7% BASED ON GUIDELINE DAILY AMOUNT PER SERVING
OF YOUR 5 A DAY
RECIPES: GLYNIS MCGUINNESS. PHOTOGRAPHS: LAUREN MCLEAN, HOWARD SHOOTER. STYLING: TAMZIN FERDINANDO, JENNY IGGLEDEN. FOOD STYLING: LORNA BRASH
1 Preheat the oven to 190C/ 170C Fan/Gas 5. Grease a shallow ovenproof dish
large enough to hold the salmon ﬁllets in one layer. Put in the ﬁsh, skin side down, and dot with 15g of the butter. Add 3tbsp water. Cover with foil and bake for 12-15 minutes or until the salmon ﬂakes easily. Keep warm. 2 Meanwhile, boil the new potatoes until tender. Drain and return to the pan. Add the oil and remaining butter and crush the potatoes with a fork to break them up slightly – but don’t mash. Stir in the chopped chives and parsley.
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Share the fun Our range of wine boxes and pouches are just perfect for enjoying a drink outdoors
WORDS: MARILYN WRIGHT. PHOTOGRAPH: CRAIG ROBERTSON. STYLING: TAMZIN FERDINANDO. FOOD STYLING: MAUD EDEN
Great-value, easy-to-carry, eco-friendly packs to enjoy at home or to share with friends at outdoor events and picnics
For an easy way to enjoy wine this summer, try handy wine boxes and pouches. A lighter, safer alternative to bottles, portable packs are ideal for sharing and are great value. Easy-drinking favourites in store include crisp Echo Falls California Chardonnay, Echo Falls White Zinfandel and Arniston Bay Sauvignon Blanc, fruity Black Tower Rosé and velvety smooth Arniston Bay The Reef Merlot. These wines will stay fresh for up to six weeks after opening and come in packs, ranging from 1.5 to 3 litres. Look out for our range of wine boxes and pouches in the wine aisle.
♦ Echo Falls California Chardonnay, £17 (3L); Echo Falls White Zinfadel, £10 (1.5L); Black Tower Rosé, £12 (1.5L); Arniston Bay The Reef Merlot, £10 (1.5L)
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Ham & tomato Add chopped cooked ham and halved baby plum tomatoes or cherry tomatoes.
7 ways with
Rustle up an omelette and add these tasty ﬁllings for a meal in minutes
Classic omelette Beat eggs with a dash of milk and seasoning. Heat a small nonstick pan. Melt a knob of butter and swirl it around to coat the pan. Pour in the eggs and cook until they start to set. Lift the edges with a spatula and let the liquid egg run underneath. Continue to lift the edges until just set but still slightly creamy on top. Top with the ﬁlling, slide onto a plate and fold over.
Cheese & chive Add grated Cheddar or Gruyère and chopped fresh chives.
Sausage & onion Add sliced cooked sausage, fried red onion and a drizzle of tomato ketchup.
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SIMPLE SOLUTIONS Smoked haddock Add ﬂaked poached smoked haddock, crème fraîche and chopped fresh chives.
Bacon & Brie Add chopped cooked bacon and cubes of Brie.
Add sliced leeks and mushrooms, which have been cooked in butter until soft, and mixed with baby spinach leaves.
Chorizo & potato Add diced or sliced chorizo and cubes of cooked potato that have been fried together until starting to brown. Sprinkle with chopped fresh parsley. AUGUST 2013 | ASDA.COM/MAGAZINE | 47
RECIPES: LINZI BRECHIN. PHOTOGRAPHS: RIA OSBORNE. STYLING: JENNY IGGLEDEN. FOOD STYLING: DENISE SMART
Leek, mushroom & spinach
Great for using ups lef tover
Key lime pie With its sweet biscuit base and creamy citrus ďŹ lling, this classic pie makes a deliciously zingy treat
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Key lime pie, with its irresistible combination of sweet, sharp and creamy ﬂavours, is Florida’s favourite dessert. It’s traditionally made with Key West limes grown there, but it works well with the limes we’ve got in store.
Key lime pie
RECIPE AND FOOD STYLING: GLYNIS MCGUINNESS. PHOTOGRAPHS: KATE WHITAKER. STYLING: JENNY IGGLEDEN
SERVES 12 READY IN 2HRS PRICE PER SERVING 39p 100g butter, plus extra for greasing 200g Asda Digestive Biscuits 1 level tbsp granulated sugar 4 large eggs 397g can Carnation Condensed Milk Finely grated zest of 1 lime 150ml freshly squeezed lime juice, from about 6 limes Few drops green food colouring (optional) 100ml double cream HIGH
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Glynis’ tips ● Use your leftover egg whites for meringues or freeze for up to 3 months. ● It’s essential to use full-fat condensed milk in this recipe or the mixture won’t thicken properly.
1 Preheat the oven to 160C/140C Fan/Gas 3. Lightly grease a 23cm loose-based ﬂan tin with butter. Put the biscuits in a freezer bag and bash with a rolling pin to make crumbs. Melt the butter and stir in the crumbs and sugar. Transfer to the tin and use the back of a metal spoon to press the mixture ﬁrmly over the base and up the sides to an even thickness. Put on a baking tray and cook in the oven for 10 minutes. Allow to cool.
2 Separate the eggs and put the yolks in a large bowl – see the tip below for using up the leftover egg whites. Add the condensed milk, making sure you get all of it out of the can. Always use original full-fat sweetened condensed milk for this recipe and not the ‘light’ version – see tip below. Add the lime zest and whisk gently for about 2 minutes, using a hand or electric whisk, until everything is evenly combined.
Add the lime juice gradually, drizzling it in slowly and whisking gently all the time. While you’re whisking, the mixture will start to thicken as the lime juice reacts with the condensed milk. The mixture will be quite pale. If you want to give your pie ﬁlling a little more colour, add a few drops of green food colouring – but you can leave it out if you prefer.
Pour into the ﬂan case, making sure you get all the mixture out with a spatula. Bake for 20 minutes or until the ﬁlling is just set. Leave to cool, then refrigerate. Before serving, whip the cream until it just holds its shape, taking care not to overwhip or let it get too stiff. Put the cream in a piping bag with a plain nozzle (or in a freezer bag with one corner cut off) and pipe small blobs around the edge of the pie. AUGUST 2013 | ASDA.COM/MAGAZINE | 49
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Cheesy bean burgers
The kids will love this recipe and it’s a great way to get them to eat and enjoy their veg. It’s also ideal for using up any leftover bread
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50g carrots, ends removed 400g can Asda Butter Beans A handful of Asda Flat Leaf Parsley 50g extra mature Cheddar, grated 3 level tbsp Asda Onion Chutney 2 level tbsp tomato purée 50g wholemeal bread (preferably 2-3 days old) 4 wholemeal rolls, salad leaves, tomato ketchup, plus extra salad, to serve 1 Preheat the oven to 200C/ 180C Fan/Gas 6. Line a baking tray with baking paper and a plate with kitchen paper. Grate the carrots. 2 Squeeze in your hands to get rid of any excess moisture. Put on the paper-lined plate. 3 Drain and rinse the beans. Pat dry with kitchen paper. 4 Mash the beans in a large bowl with a potato masher. Cut the stalks off the parsley and discard. Chop the leaves. 5 Add to the beans with the carrot, cheese, chutney and tomato purée. 6 Break the bread into chunks and whizz in a processor or with a hand-held blender to make breadcrumbs. Add to the bowl and mix well. Season with black pepper. 7 With damp hands, shape into 4 patties about 1.5cm thick and put on the baking tray, leaving a gap between each one. Put in the fridge for 15-30 minutes, then cook in the oven for 15 minutes. 8 Halve the rolls. Put salad leaves on the bottom half, top with a burger, ketchup and other half. Serve with salad.
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7 Top tips ● If you haven’t got any butter beans, you could use canned cannellini or haricot beans instead. ● For a change, roll the mixture into balls, cook, then serve in pittas with a dollop of natural yogurt.
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CHILDREN SHOULD BE SUPERVISED BY AN ADULT WHEN PREPARING AND COOKING FOOD. RECIPE: GREGOR MCMASTER. PHOTOGRAPHS: TERRY BENSON. STYLING: JENNY IGGLEDEN
SERVES 4 READY IN 50 MINS PRICE PER SERVING 66p
Chosen by you Our bigger, better donuts from have arrived at the Asda Bakery… tuck in!
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Generous doesn’t come close – our mouthwatering, improved-recipe donuts are bigger than ever and bursting with delicious ﬁllings. Available in the Asda Bakery, these new Chosen by you treats are perfect for everyday indulgence and, for a limited time, on a
fab deal: 50p for a 5-pack. Take your pick from our lip-smacking range of jam, apple, custard and chocolate donuts. Made to a classic recipe, these light and ﬂuffy delights are bound to be a big hit. And with good reason – our dough is baked to pillowy
softness, lavishly ﬁlled, then sprinkled with sugar for a sweet ﬁnish. We all deserve a little indulgence every now and then, and our best-ever donuts are just right. ♦ Asda Chosen by you Donuts: jam, apple, custard, chocolate, all 50p for 5-pack
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Feed the family through the week with these quick and easy recipes
Tuna niçoise salad Leftover cooked salmon or meat can be used instead of the tuna SERVES 4 READY IN 20 MINS PRICE PER SERVING £1.90 240g pack Asda Green Beans, trimmed 2 large eggs 1 heart of romaine lettuce 250g pack Asda Baby Plum Tomatoes, halved 2 x 185g cans tuna chunks in spring water, drained 200g baby new potatoes, boiled, cooled and halved ½ red onion, thinly sliced
100g pitted black olives ¼ cucumber, sliced 4tbsp olive oil 1½tbsp balsamic vinegar 1 level tsp Dijon mustard 1 clove garlic, crushed (optional) 1tbsp chopped parsley 1 Boil the green beans for 5 minutes until tender. Rinse
under cold water and drain. 2 Add the eggs to a pan of simmering water, bring back to the boil and simmer for 8 minutes. Drain, then soak the eggs in cold water to cool. 3 Tear the lettuce into bitesized pieces and put in a large bowl. Add the beans, tomatoes, tuna, potatoes, onion, black olives and
cucumber, and mix gently. 4 To make the dressing, whisk together the olive oil, vinegar, mustard, garlic (if using) and parsley. 5 Shell and quarter the eggs. Add to the salad and toss with the dressing before serving.
365 6.3g 20.3g 3.4g 0.9g 18% 7% 29% 17% 15% BASED ON GUIDELINE DAILY AMOUNT PER SERVING
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Crunchy spiced chicken Baking this makes a delicious alternative to ever-popular fried chicken SERVES 4 READY IN 45 MINS PRICE PER SERVING £1.70 4 Asda Butcher’s Selection Chicken Breast Fillets 25g flour, seasoned 1tsp paprika 125g fresh breadcrumbs (made from bread 2-3 days old) 25g Parmesan, grated 2 large eggs, lightly beaten 275g Asda Long Grain Rice ½ Knorr Chicken Stock Cube 200g frozen peas 200g frozen sweetcorn 1 Preheat the oven to 200C/ 180C Fan/Gas 6. Put a chicken
breast between two sheets of clingﬁlm and gently bash with a rolling pin to ﬂatten to 1.5cm. Repeat with the other breasts. 2 Mix the ﬂour with the paprika. Mix the breadcrumbs with the Parmesan. Put the ﬂour, breadcrumbs and eggs in three separate wide bowls. 3 Dip a chicken breast in ﬂour to coat all over. Shake off the excess, then dip in the egg followed by the breadcrumbs, pressing down to make sure it’s evenly covered. Repeat with the other chicken breasts.
Put on a baking sheet and cook for 25-30 minutes, turning over halfway through. 4 Meanwhile, rinse the rice, add to a pan with 1.2 litres water and stir once. Crumble in the stock cube. Bring to the boil, cover and simmer for 7 minutes. Add the peas and sweetcorn, return to the boil and simmer for 5-7 minutes until the rice is cooked. Drain and serve with the chicken.
697 3.1g 11.7g 3.4g 1.1g 35% 3% 17% 17% 18% BASED ON GUIDELINE DAILY AMOUNT PER SERVING
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Kids will love this
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EASY ONE-PAN MEAL
Smoked haddock & leek pilaf If you want to reduce the salt, use unsmoked white ﬁsh in place of smoked haddock SERVES 4 READY IN 40 MINS PRICE PER SERVING £2.12 2tbsp olive oil 100g chestnut mushrooms, quartered 1 large leek, trimmed and thinly sliced 225g long-grain white rice 1 level tbsp Asda Mild Curry Powder 175g frozen peas 350g smoked haddock,
skinned and broken into bite-sized pieces 160g bag baby spinach 2tbsp chopped fresh coriander, to serve 1 Heat 1tbsp of the oil in a large pan and cook the mushrooms over a high heat for 3-4 minutes until browned
and any moisture is driven off. Remove and set aside. Add the rest of the oil and cook the leek over a low heat, stirring often, for 5 minutes. 2 Add the rice and curry powder and stir to coat. Pour in 800ml hot water and heat until simmering. Cover and cook over a low heat for 8 minutes.
3 Add the mushrooms, peas and ﬁsh and return to a simmer. Cover and cook for 5-10 minutes or until the rice is cooked, adding the spinach for the last 2 minutes. Serve with fresh coriander.
368 2.5g 9.4g 1.5g 1.9g 18% 3% 13% 8% 32% BASED ON GUIDELINE DAILY AMOUNT PER SERVING
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READY IN 20 MINUTES
Lemon, crème fraîche & Parmesan pasta This zesty, creamy dish is also great with spaghetti SERVES 4 READY IN 20 MINS PRICE PER SERVING £1.36 500g pack Asda Fresh Egg Tagliatelle 1 small onion, finely chopped 1tbsp olive oil 2 courgettes 200g frozen peas 2 x 300g cans cannellini beans in water, drained
100ml reduced-fat crème fraîche Grated zest of 1 lemon, plus 1tbsp lemon juice 50g Parmesan, grated 1 Add the tagliatelle to a pan of boiling water, bring back to the boil and simmer,
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uncovered, for 4 minutes. Drain and return to the pan. 2 Meanwhile, fry the onion in the oil over a medium heat for 3-4 minutes, stirring, until soft. 3 Top and tail the courgette and cut into ribbons with a peeler or sharp knife. Add to the onion with the peas and
beans. Cook for 2-3 minutes. 4 Stir in the crème fraîche, lemon zest and juice. Add to the pasta and toss. Serve topped with Parmesan and ground black pepper.
591 4.6g 14g 5.1g 0.3g 30% 5% 20% 26% 5% BASED ON GUIDELINE DAILY AMOUNT PER SERVING
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TASTY SUPPERS LOVE YOUR LEFTOVERS
Potato & roasted veg cakes with bean salad
You can use any mash or cooked, chopped vegetables you’ve got left over to make these potato cakes SERVES 4 READY IN 45 MINS PRICE PER SERVING £1.15
RECIPES: GREGOR MCMASTER. PHOTOGRAPHS: CLARE WINFIELD. STYLING: ROB MERRETT. FOOD STYLING: MITZIE WILSON
1 yellow pepper, quartered and deseeded 1 red onion, cut into 6 wedges, with root left on 1 courgette, cut into chunks 4tbsp olive oil 500g Maris Piper potatoes, peeled and cut into pieces 198g can Green Giant Reduced Salt & Sugar Sweetcorn, drained well 2tbsp chopped parsley 400g can Asda Mexican Style Bean Mix, rinsed and drained 2 spring onions, trimmed and sliced
½ 250g pack radishes, topped, tailed and sliced 8 cherry tomatoes, halved 1tbsp red wine vinegar 1 Preheat the oven to 200C/ 180C Fan/Gas 6. Line a baking tray with baking paper. Put the pepper, red onion and courgette in a large roasting tin, drizzle over 1tbsp of the oil and roast for 35-40 minutes until tinged brown and soft. Chop roughly. 2 Meanwhile, boil the potatoes for 12-15 minutes until tender. Drain and mash.
3 Add the roasted vegetables, sweetcorn and parsley to the mash. Leave until cold. 4 Shape into 8 cakes and put on the baking tray. Cook in the oven for 20-25 minutes. 5 Mix the beans with the spring onions, radishes and tomatoes in a bowl. Whisk together the remaining 3tbsp olive oil and the vinegar. Season, add to the salad and toss together. Serve with the potato cakes.
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Top of the class Our great range of back-to-school stationery is sure to get you full marks from the kids!
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£6 Don’t forget... Post-it notes Ballpoint pens Clockwise from above: Nu:Craze A4 wiro notebook (ruler included), £1.50; Bic Ecolution HB pencils, £2 for 10-pack or 2 for £3*; Asda pencil case, £3; Bic 4-Colour Grip pens, £2 each or 2 for £3*; Bic Cristal ballpoint pens, £2 for 10-pack or 2 for £3*; Pritt X strong glue stick, £2 each or 2 for £3*; Tipp-Ex Rapid correction ﬂuid, £2 for 2-pack or 2 for £3*; Post-it sticky pads, £2 for 3-pack or 2 for £3* 62 | ASDA.COM/MAGAZINE | AUGUST 2013
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BACK TO COLLEGE
Gadget magıc Send older kids of to college with these tech accessories, all at great-value prices Ideal for checking your emails on the go. BlackBerry Curve 9320 mobile phone (Orange pay-as-you go), £99
Fantastic value at just
Great basic phone for talking and texting. Samsung E1230 mobile phone (Orange pay-as-you go), £10
This all-in-one printer scans, prints and copies. Hewlett Packard 1050A all-in-one thermal inkjet printer, £29
Good for browsing the internet, watching ﬁlms and listening to music. Prestigio MultiPad PMP3270 7" tablet, £57 (go to ASDA.com/ direct for details of features)
An all-round laptop that’s perfect for word processing and researching online. Medion Akoya E6234 laptop, £259 (go to ASDA.com/direct for details of features))
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Easy to use, cable-free mouse. Microsoft mobile 1000 wireless mouse in blue, £10
Simply special Add fresh creamy ﬂavour to summer meals with the new range of light Chosen by you soft cheeses by
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Next time you’re looking for an easy meal solution, why not reach for Asda’s new ﬂavoured soft white cheeses? They’ll make a lovely sauce for pan-fried salmon – gently heat some Soft White Cheese with Sweet Chilli and a dash of milk, stirring all the time, then serve with the ﬁsh, new potatoes and salad leaves. Or create a delicious pasta dish by gently heating a few spoonfuls of Soft White Cheese with Pesto in a pan with cooked prawns, linguine, courgette ribbons and peas. Quick, easy – and irresistible.
♦ Asda Chosen by you: Soft White Cheese with Pesto; Soft White Cheese with Sweet Chilli; Soft White Cheese with Tomato; 80p each or 2 for £1.50 (200g; 40p/100g)
Our new light soft cheeses are reduced fat – but still deliver a rich creaminess to dishes
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Baby on the go Little ones need a lot of looking after when you’re out and about – so make things easier with these handy helps
Now you can clean dropped soothers when you’re away from home with this handy portable steriliser. Just pop the dummy in the watertight pod containing water and a sterilising tablet and it’s ready in 15 minutes. A built-in strap means it’s easy to attach to a buggy or bag, too.
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organic ingredients, they’re specially designed through taste, texture and shape to help p babies develop the sskills they need to ffeed themselves and learn to a llove food. ♦ Organix Finger FFoods Organic Banana Rice Cakes, B £1.19 (50g; £
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More and more people are going hungry and d families are ﬁnding it difcult to feed their children three meals a day in the school holidays. Asda has teamed up with the charity FareShare to help the country’s most vulnerable people. Turn over the page to ﬁnd out how
‘Through our new supply chain model and work with FareShare, I’m proud we’re able to help feed millions of UK families who would otherwise go hungry.’ Barry Williams Asda’s Chief Merchandising Ofﬁcer for Food
ith the economy still struggling, more people than ever are turning to food banks or getting fed at homeless shelters, day centres and breakfast clubs – which is why Asda has launched a new partnership with food redistribution charity FareShare. Surplus food from the chilled supply chain is passed on to FareShare, which in turn distributes it to charities it supports so they can create meals for those in need. With Asda on board, it’ll mean an extra 3.6 million meals a year. AUGUST 2013 | ASDA.COM/MAGAZINE | 67
Instead of sending any surplus food back to the manufacturer, we’re now redistributing it to FareShare, where it will be delivered to the hundreds of charities it supports to help people in need
WHERE DOES ASDA FIT IN? Although we’ve developed a scheme to reduce food waste in our supply chain, the nature of our business means there will inevitably be some surplus. Suppliers often send more stock than we’ve ordered – this food is all in date but at risk of going to waste. Not anymore. Our partnership with FareShare will ensure that this food, including dairy products, fruit and veg and chilled foods, goes to people who need it most. What’s more, we’ll be covering the transportation costs of getting it to the charity’s distribution depots. 68 | ASDA.COM/MAGAZINE | AUGUST 2013
WHAT DIFFERENCE WILL IT MAKE? Last year, FareShare redistributed 4,200 tonnes of food. With our support, this ﬁgure should increase by at least another 1,500 tonnes of fresh produce by the end of 2013 – that’s 3.6 million more meals a year that charities can produce for their local communities. For FareShare, fresh and chilled produce is in great demand as it represents the most expensive part of a charity’s food bill. Our involvement in the scheme, which is backed by our fresh food suppliers, should see far more fresh produce being donated in the future.
WORDS: NICKI MCINTYRE. *GOVERNMENT INDICES OF DEPRIVATION. **WASTE ARISING IN THE SUPPLY OF FOOD AND DRINK TO HOUSEHOLDS IN THE UK, WRAP, 2010. ***THE IMPOVERISHMENT OF THE UK, MARCH 2013 (BY THE POVERTY AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION RESEARCH PROJECT). †FEELING THE SQUEEZE, FEBRUARY 2012 (BY NETMUMS). ††THE TRUSSELL TRUST
13 million people in the UK live below the poverty line* WHAT IS FARESHARE? Established in 2004, the charity believes that ‘no good food should be wasted’ and aims to rescue as much as possible of the 3 million tonnes of food that goes to waste every year in the UK**. FareShare currently has 17 depots nationwide, from which it redistributes food. For more information, go to fareshare.org.uk. WHAT HAPPENS TO THE FOOD? FareShare redistributes the surplus food to 910 charities and community projects, where it is used to provide nutritious, home-made meals. Last year, FareShare provided food for more than 10 million meals to the charities it supports. HOW MANY PEOPLE BENEFIT? As the recession bites harder, FareShare is feeding more people than ever before. It’s currently helping to feed 43,700 people a day – 7,200 more than last year. FareShare helps the charities it supports to save an average £13,000 per year on their food bills – money that can then be used on other services.
CHARITIES THAT ARE BENEFITING FROM THE FARESHARE PARTNERSHIP According to FareShare, Asda’s involvement means that charities across the UK will be able to save £4.5 million and allocate it to other essential services. ‘It’s great to see faces light up when the food is unloaded at its destination,’ says Stuart, a volunteer for FareShare. ‘People from all walks of life are being helped by FareShare – and they are so grateful,’
‘FareShare helps people from all walks of life’ POVERTY… THE STATS 4 million adults and children in the UK are not properly fed by today’s standards*** 20 per cent of mothers regularly skip meals to feed their children† A quarter of the charities receiving food from FareShare feed vulnerable children
Bristol Sheltered Accommodation & Support gets food from FareShare twice a week. General manager Dave says, ‘A lot of the time our clients don’t have beneﬁts in place and come here with nothing. Thanks to FareShare, we can cook them a meal – otherwise they’d just go hungry.’ Autism Initiatives UK receives food from FareShare every week, and as Sarah Moreton from the charity explains,
‘Working in partnership with FareShare has meant that we’ve been able to invest more money into our other enterprises that provide crucial services such as work experience, training and employment opportunities for our users. This has been an enormous help to us in making a very real difference to the lives of those people we support.’
HOW YOU CAN HELP – DONATE TO A LOCAL FOOD BANK We can all do our bit to help tackle food poverty. Trussell Trust is a charity that provides emergency food to people in crisis, through food banks in the UK. They are always looking for volunteers, help in fundraising or donations of non-perishable food. To ﬁnd out about food banks in your local area, go to trusselltrust.org.
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Are we there yet? Planning long journeys with the kids? Whether it’s by plane, train or car, make getting there part of the fun It might be a day trip or your annual holiday, but the chances are, you’ve got at least one long journey ahead of you this summer. Make sure you have lots of tricks up your sleeve to keep the kids entertained, fed and watered, and the journey will whizz by.
START RIGHT ‘Think positively,’ says Child Psychologist Dr Richard Woolfson. ‘If you’re tense before the journey starts, you’ll communicate this to your child. Have a smile on your face, relax, explain that the journey is going to be fun – and ignore any minor moans.’ 70 | ASDA.COM/MAGAZINE | AUGUST 2013
GOODY BAG The most common cause of stressful journeys is the kids moaning they’re bored. Keeping them entertained is the key. Make up goody bags with games and magazines. There’s a great range to choose from at Asda, from Ben 10 and Moshi Monsters magazines to Skylanders stickers. Try not to take toys with you that have lots of ﬁddly bits, though. They’re bound to end up stuck under the front seat and you’ll end up with tears and tantrums.
HI-TECH FUN When games of I-spy or a sing-song won’t cut it, there are plenty of gadgets to keep them entertained. Before you set off, you could also download a few games apps onto
TRAVEL KIT Look out for all your family travel essentials at Asda
For more idea s on entertain ing the kids, liste n to our podcas t at ASDA .com / podcast
your tablet or smart phone. There are lots of fun, educational ones available, from puzzles to word games, natural history and maths – and for all ages. Portable DVD players Asda stocks a wide range of portable players and DVDs for playing their favourite ﬁlms. Hang the Autocare Hanging DVD Tray, £8, on the back of the seat in front to keep things secure. Games consoles Hand-helds such as the Nintendo DSi and 3DS, and
PlayStation Vita have games for all ages. A Ring In-Car USB Charging Kit, £13, will keep games on the go.
MAKE PIT STOPS Being cooped up is particularly wearing for kids, so plan some breaks. ‘Frequent short stops are better than one long break,’ says Katie Stephens of the AA. ‘The AA Route Planner (theaa.com/route) shows service areas where you can stretch your legs.’
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OLD-SCHOOL GAMES Keep the kids entertained with our selection of on-the-go games. They’re great for when technology lets you down or just for some old-fashioned fun. We all went shopping Someone starts by saying ‘I went shopping and bought a…’ The next person repeats it and adds their own item, and so on. The wilder and wackier, the better. The game continues until someone, or everyone, forgets who bought what. Car colours To win this game, you need to spot Road Bingo seven cars of the same colour, then ﬁnish with Road B ingo a black car. If another player spots a white car while it’s your go, it’s their turn. Travel bingo Draw up a bingo sheet with pictures of things you might see on your journey. The ﬁrst person to see them all wins the game. Keep to the beat Get everyone in the car to sing along to a song, then turn the music off for ten seconds. Turn it back on – and whoever is still singing in time, wins.
Car organiser The Lindam Backseat Organiser, £8.99, has lots of pockets to store toys, books, drinks and snacks – and all within easy reach. Snack pack Keep on-the on-the-go t e-go e-go go nibbles mess-free with the Asda Little Angels Snack Keeper, £1.97. The round-edged, soft top allows easy access to bite-sized snacks. Neck cushion Support their neck as they snooze with a Hello Kitty or Disney Cars Neck Pillow, £5 each. Non-spill cup For toddlers, the non-spill Tommee Tippee Explora Active Sipper, £3.99 or 2 for £6, keeps drinks safe and cooler for longer.
NIGHT, NIGHT That remote cottage in the countryside might have seemed a good idea, but the practicalities of driving to the other end of the country are another matter! For long distances, consider travelling at night so little ones sleep through the journey. Hopefully, they’ll wake refreshed, ready for the big adventure.
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FAMILY first aid
With just a little basic ﬁrst aid knowledge, you can help keep your family safe, wherever you are Minor accidents, scrapes and knocks are all part and parcel of family life. According to the British Red Cross, around three million people rush to hospital each year with injuries that could have been attended to with basic ﬁrst aid knowledge. So if you’re prepared with a little know-how and a half-decent ﬁrst aid kit, you should be able to deal with whatever crops up. Here’s our guide to the most common problems. BRUISING AND SWELLING Treatment Apply a cold compress to reduce swelling and pain – a bag of frozen peas or ice wrapped in a tea towel is ideal. If the child has had a blow to the head and they begin to feel sick, drowsy or their condition gets worse, call 999 because it may indicate a more serious injury. CUTS AND GRAZES Treatment Rinse the wound with cold water to clean away dirt, then pat dry and
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FIRST AID KIT CHECKLIST Ensure you’re always stocked up with these essentials:
✓ Paracetamol and ibuprofen for pain relief. (Aspirin shouldn’t be given to under 16s.) Asda Infant’s & Children’s Paracetamol Suspension Strawberry Flavour 3 Months+, £1.50 (100ml); Asda Infant’s & Children’s Ibuprofen Suspension Liquid Orange Flavour 6 Months+, £1.50 (100ml) ✓ Antihistamine syrup for easing allergic reactions. Benadryl Allergy Children’s 6+ Oral Solution, £4.50 (70ml) ✓ Plasters, sterile gauze and bandages in different sizes for cuts and grazes. The Asda Travel FIrst Aid Kit, £5, has a good selection, and includes scissors and safety pins. ✓ Antiseptic cream, spray or wipes to prevent infection. Asda Antiseptic Wipes, 70p (10-pack); Asda Antiseptic First Aid Cream, £1.48 (30g)
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apply a plaster or dressing to protect the area. Youngsters will like Asda Great Stuff 36 Assorted Plasters, £1, which come with fun stickers. If the wound is bleeding heavily, put pressure on it with your hand, a tea towel or even a T-shirt. This will reduce the ﬂow of blood and help it to clot. For severe bleeding, or if the wound is deep or has a foreign object in it, go straight to A&E. ALLERGIES Symptoms Hay fever, which is caused by an allergic reaction to pollen, can result in long bouts of sneezing, watery eyes and itchy ears. Allergies to pets, and foods such as nuts, seafood and eggs can cause a rash, wheezing, stomach upset, swelling around the face or itching of the eyes and ears.
KEEP OUT OF SIGHT AND REACH OF CHILDREN. ALWAYS READ THE LABEL
Treatment An antihistamine syrup, which is easy for kids to swallow, should reduce the allergic reaction. If symptoms get worse, seek medical help.
Relieve the symptoms of hay fever with an antihistamine syrup for kids
BURNS AND SCALDS Treatment The faster you deal with burns, the less the damage. Cool under cold running water for at least 10 minutes to reduce pain, swelling and chances of scarring. Then cover with clingﬁlm or a clean plastic bag to avoid infection. Always seek medical advice if a baby or young child has been burnt. INSECT BITES Treatment Carefully remove any sting ting tin g with with your ﬁngers orr tweezers. Apply pl ply a cold compress ress
HOW TO CALM YOUR CHILD ● Try to keep as calm as possible yourself
– this will help to calm your child in turn and stop them panicking. ● Explain the injury to your child in clear, simple terms, and reassure them that
you are here for them and can help. ● Distraction is very helpful way to stop a child feeling scared. Put on a favourite DVD, sing songs, give them their favourite toy – anything to take their mind off it!
to ease swelling and soothe, then rub in an antihistamine cream. If the reaction gets worse, seek medical help. SPRAINS Treatment Reduce pain and swelling in the joint by applying a cold compress to the injured area. Use an elasticated bandage afterwards to provide support.
FOR MORE ADVICE To get information about non-emergency health problems, vIsit nhsdirect.nhs.uk or call 111 for the NHS Direct 24-hour service. If it’s a an emergency, always c call 999. In-store Asda P Pharmacists can also o offer advice and help y you stock up on ﬁrst aid kit. Check the store locator at ASDA. com for your nearest Asda Pharmacy.
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Winning smile We all respond to a friendly smile, but did you know that looking after your teeth can have health beneﬁts, too?
any of us would love to have pearly whites like television presenter Holly Willoughby or the cast of Glee. According to a study by Crest, having whiter teeth makes you more employable, creates a good ﬁrst impression and makes you more attractive to the opposite sex. More importantly, looking after your teeth can help reduce the chance of developing serious health conditions, says British Dental Health Foundation advisor Karen Coates. ‘Poor oral health is associated with heart disease, stroke, diabetes and low birth weight. Oral health can improve with a good tooth care routine, so follow these tips below.’
How to care for your teeth USE FLUORIDE TOOTHPASTE You should brush teeth for two minutes twice a day with a ﬂuoride toothpaste. Fluoride helps strengthen tooth enamel, making it more resistant to decay. After brushing, spit out excess toothpaste and leave the residual paste on your teeth for half an hour afterwards for full beneﬁt. All Asda own-brand toothpastes contain ﬂuoride. Or try Oral-B Pro-Expert Toothpaste, £3.47 (75ml) or 2 for £4*. CLEAN BETWEEN TEETH Brushing alone only cleans around 60 per cent of the tooth surface. Removing plaque and debris from between your teeth will help protect against decay and gum disease. To do this, ﬂoss daily or use an interdental
brush with multi-layered bristles. Try the Asda Protect Interdental Brush, £2. USE A MOUTHWASH Don’t use mouthwash straight after brushing. Choose a different time, like after lunch, and look for ones containing antibacterial ingredients to reduce plaque and prevent gum disease. Asda Protect Zero Alcohol Mouthwash, £1.50 (500ml), is ideal for all the family. INVEST IN A POWERED TOOTHBRUSH Tests have shown that for most people, powered brushes are better at cleaning hard-toreach areas and removing plaque than a manual brush. The Colgate Max White One Sonic Power Battery Toothbrush, £3, is great value. AUGUST 2013 | ASDA.COM/MAGAZINE | 75
Foods best for teeth It’s best to keep food or drink that contains sugar or acid to mealtimes as saliva can neutralise the plaque acids that are produced, preventing dental erosion. The saliva-neutralising process takes about an hour, but you can speed this up by using a ﬂuoride mouth rinse, drinking a glass of water or chewing sugar-free gum. The British Dental Health Foundation suggests choosing snacks that are kind to teeth, such as vegetables, rice cakes, breadsticks and nuts. And according to oral health experts, eating foods such as celery, carrots and strawberries can help to polish teeth naturally – while strawberries also contain a natural bleaching agent that can help to reduce stains. Adding milk to tea and coffee helps minimise staining, too.
It’s no longer recommended that people have an automatic six month dental check-up. When you go to the dentist, they will check your oral health and suggest when you should return. It’s a good idea to take the little ones with you when you go for your check-ups as this helps them get used to the dental environment from a young age.
By brushing your teeth twice daily, you’re less likely to develop tooth decay Whiten up Brushing teeth with a whitening toothpaste can help to brighten them and prevent staining in the future. Be all smiles then, with these toothpastes used together with an electric brush for a really deep clean. We like: Oral-B 3D White Brilliance Toothpaste, £3.47 (75ml) or 2 for £4*; Colgate Max White One Active Toothpaste, £2 (75ml); Oral-B Professional Care 600 Toothbrush, £25; Colgate Pro-Clinical C200 Toothbrush, £25**.
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GEORGE STYLE DESIGN CLASSICS George is delighted to be working with style icon Barbara Hulanicki on a fantastic new collection. Highlights include these retro style printed leggings and top, plus this must-have dress. They’re selling fast, so check them out online and in selected stores today.
Dress, 8-24, £18, code 4341005
Leggings, 8-24, £8, code 4341009
Studded shoes are big news for autumn. We can’t get enough of them on ﬂats, boots and heels. An instant update from just £12.
Studded sandals, 3-9, £18, code 4290056 Top, 8-24, £12, code 4341004 Studded boots, 3-9, £18, code 4285664
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Studded court shoes, 3-9, £16, code 4285263
Autumn is on the way, so here’s a sneak preview of some of the season’s hottest new trends Cat jumper, 8-24, £16, code 4330162
ANIMAL MAGIC Take a style tip from singer Taylor Swift and treat yourself to one of these funky animal motif jumpers. Wear with leggings and ﬂats.
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WE LOVE… …the trend for oversized totes. What better way to keep all your everyday essentials in one place than a super-stylish bag? And ours is a brilliant price.
Studded wedges, 3-9, £12, code 4288220
Tote bag, £12, code 4318634 AVAILABLE FROM 4 AUGUST
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WE LOVE BAROQUE Embellished top, 8-24, £14, code 4332340 AVAILABLE FROM 12 AUGUST
Designers including Dolce & Gabbana have been rocking the craft-inspired trend for tapestry. It’s a great way to introduce a little new-season style in the shape of a tunic or a mini skirt, as an embellishment to denim shorts, or to update the much-loved denim shirt. Pumps, 3-9, £10, code 4285661
Denim shorts, 8-22, £12, code 4248452
DOLCE & GABBANA
MODEL ROSIE HUNTINGTON-WHITELEY SPORTS THE LATEST EMBELLISHED DENIM
Fashion has a crafty vibe as autumn approaches, with embroidery and Jacquard fabrics all set to wake up your wardrobe
Floral-print dress, 8-24, £12, code 4382778 AVAILABLE FROM 12 AUGUST
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Denim shirt, 8-24, £14, code 4383405
Baroque-print T-shirt, 8-24, £8, code 4382782
Tapestry skirt, 8-24, £14, code 4345332
AVAILABLE FROM 12 AUGUST
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CHANCE TO A HOLLYOAKS
EXPERIENCE & £500 SPENDING MONEY
ENJOY A DAY WITH YOUR FAVOURITE TV SHOW! For your chance to win an exciting day with Hollyoaks that includes a tour of the set, lunch with some of the cast, opportunity to watch the show being ﬁled, clothes shopping with a cast member and costume buyer and £500 SPENDING MONEY, just ﬁll in the form below and send with a copy of your receipt showing a 150ml Impulse product purchase to the FREE POST address detailed below.
Open to UK & ROI residents aged 18+. To enter complete the form that can be found on the instore tear-off Impulse & Hollyoaks barkers or within the August edition of the Asda Magazine, purchase a can of Impulse and send your proof of purchase and completed form to Impulse Win a Hollyoaks Experience, FREEPOST RRLT-EEAS-XBSJ, PO Box 7557, Derby, DE1 0NP) before the closing date. Closing date: 12 noon on 30th August 2013. Retain a copy of your receipt as proof of purchase. Prizes: Hollyoaks experience day – see www.impulsefragrance.co.uk for full Terms & Conditions for details.NI: No purchase necessary.
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Bodysculpt trousers, 8-24, £18, code 4256409
Shoes, 3-9, £14, code 4278982
Peplum top, 8-24, £6, code 4354611
Jacket, 8-24, £28, code 4291660 Peplum top, 8-24, £9, code 4341011 SELECTED STORES ONLY
Bag, £9, code 4280498
Helps to give you a smooth shape Bodysculpt skirt, 8-24, £14, code 4348371 AVAILABLE FROM 4 AUGUST
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Crop top, 8-20, £6, code 4351145 SELECTED STORES ONLY; pencil skirt,
8-20, £10, code 4351146
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GEORGE STYLE Playsuit, 8-20, £14, code 4354305
Maxi dress, 8-20, £18, code 4353127; studded sandals, 3-9, £18, code 4290056
PHOTOGRAPHS: RICHARD GRASSIE. STYLING: RACHEL DAVIS
Denim shirt, 8-20, £14, code 4362690; jeans, 8-20, £14, code 3900667; tassel bag, £7, code 4260128; studded court shoes, 3-9, £16, code 4285263
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UK’s only 100 day satisfaction guarantee
Quality, value and style. George scores top marks for yet another great collection of schoolwear
George schoolwear offers fantastic value and great quality. In fact, it’s the only school uniform in the UK with a 100 day satisfaction guarantee. If you’re not happy with an item you’ve bought within 100 days, we’ll give you a full refund. So you can shop with complete conﬁdence!
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Charcoal jersey trousers, 3-16yrs, from £3, code BTS194
Light blue scallop polo, 3-16yrs, from £2.50 for 2-pack, code BTS170
Socks, 3-5.5, £2.50 for 5-pack, code BTS400
Red scallopp cardigan, 3-14yrs, from £4, 63 code BTS163
Grey box-pleat skirt, 3-16yrs, from £3.50, code BTS196 Ballet shoes†, 8-6, from £8, code BTS345
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Light blue polo, 3-16yrs, from £2.50 for 2-pack, code BTS167
Navy ﬂat-front trousers, 3-16yrs, from £3.50, code BTS64 White longsleeved shirt, 3-16yrs, from £3.50 for 2-pack, code BTS96
Sweatshirt*, 3-16yrs, from £2, code BTS159 *RED ONLY AVAILABLE IN 3-14YRS
Twin-strap shoes†, 8-6, from £8, code BTS331
Socks, 3-6.5, £4 for 5-pack, code BTS401 IF YOU’RE NOT COMPLETELY SATISFIED WITH YOUR GEORGE CLOTHING PURCHASE, RETURN IT WITHIN 100 DAYS WITH PROOF OF PURCHASE FOR AN EXCHANGE OR REFUND. †GUARANTEE EXCLUDES ALL FOOTWEAR, ACCESSORIES (NOT MADE FROM CLOTH), JEWELLERY AND GEORGE BEDDING. THE NORMAL 28-DAY RETURN POLICY APPLIES TO THESE EXCLUSIONS, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF BEDDING, WHICH CANNOT BE RETURNED UNLESS FAULTY OR MISDESCRIBED, DUE TO HYGIENE REASONS. YOUR STAUTORY RIGHTS ARE NOT AFFECTED.
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TEFLON® FABRIC PROTECTOR. NOTHING MESSES WITH IT.
With Teﬂon® fabric protector you can stop worrying about stains. Its invisible layer helps repel and release stains – without changing how the clothes look or feel. It means your kids look great day after day, you reduce your energy bills, which in turn helps the environment. Fewer washes
Lower wash & drying temperatures
Shorter drying times
Look out for school clothing with the Advanced Dual Action DuPont Teﬂon® fabric protector tags, available at George in Asda stores nationwide. www.teﬂon.com/fabricprotector
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Pick of the month
A round-up of the latest ﬁlm, music, games and book releases
FAMILY RELEASES FROM DISNEY
PLANES (TBC) Fans of the animated Disney ﬁlm Cars will love this latest release, which follows Dusty Crophopper, a little crop-dusting plane with big dreams of competing in a ﬂying race. But there are a few problems – he’s afraid of heights and not exactly built for speed! With the support of his mentor, Skipper, can Dusty wing his way to success? In cinemas 16 August.
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SUMMER DVDS From its ﬁrst animated movie in 1938 (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs), Disney has produced hundreds of ﬁlms, loved by children and adults the world over. And this summer’s offerings, in store now, won’t disappoint. Brave (PG), £7, sees heroine Merida ﬁghting evil forces, while everyone’s fave, Lightening McQueen, battles to be champ in Cars 2 (U), £12.
DISNEY INFINITY (7) Whether you want to swashbuckle like Jack Sparrow or save the world like Mr Incredible Incredible, this amazing new game gives you the chance to step into the shoes of your favourite Disney and Disney and Pixar characters. With a range of ﬁgurines, interactive game pieces and play sets from Pirates of the Caribbean to Cars, the possibilities for fun are endless. Available on Xbox 360, PS3, Nintendo 3DS, and Nintendo Wii. Released 23 August – or pre-order now at ASDA.com/direct.
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ROMEO AND JULIET (TBC)
Shakespeare’s timeless love story gets another outing in this latest adaptation from Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes. With their families embroiled in a bitter feud, star-crossed lovers Romeo (Douglas Booth) and Juliet (Hailee Steinfeld) ﬁght to be together… but it can only end in tragedy. In cinemas 26 July. Crime
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The Forgotten by David Baldacci, £3.85 (Pan) Military agent John Puller is drawn into a sinister conspiracy when he investigates his aunt’s death. In store 1 August.
Chic lit Killer Queens by Rebecca Chance, £3.85 (Simon & Schuster) A right royal holiday read – enjoy the outrageous tales of what might go on behind closed palace doors. In store 1 August.
LOVE NEVER FAILS, JAHMENE DOUGLAS The debut album from X Factor runner-up and former Asda colleague Jahmene is a collection of heartfelt covers of some of his favourite artists. It includes soulful renditions of Beyoncé’s Halo and The Greatest Love of All – a duet performed with his former mentor and ex Pussycat Doll, Nicole Scherzinger, plus his ﬁrst single, Titanium.
G.I. JOE: RETALIATION (12) With explosive action and full-on special effects, the sequel to box-ofﬁce hit G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra sees the elite military unit under ﬁre once again. Framed for crimes it didn’t commit, the team, led by Roadblock (Dwayne Johnson aka The Rock), ﬁghts mortal enemy Cobra plus new baddie ‘President’ Zartan. Also stars Channing Tatum and Mr Action himself, Bruce Willis. Look for the DVD in store.
Last to Die by Tess Gerritsen, £3.85 (Bantam Press) Sleuth Jane Rizzoli and medical examiner Maura Isles investigate odd events at a boarding school. Are the pupils at risk? In store 1 August.
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Up for grabs We’ve got some fantastic giveaways this month. Turn over for more prizes and details of how to enter WIN! A luxury seven-night, self-catering holiday for up to 10 people at Highbullen Hotel in Devon Get away from it all with a fabulous break in luxurious surroundings at Highbullen Hotel in Devon. This recently refurbished country house hotel has a fantastic range of facilities, including a par-68 golf course, as well as being within easy reach of beautiful countryside and coastline. We’re offering one reader the chance to win a seven-night holiday in Highbullen’s Stable Cottage, which sleeps up to 10 people. The prize includes use of the facilities – indoor and outdoor pools, tennis courts, sauna, steam room, spa and gym – plus two rounds of golf. For more details, call 01769 540561 or go to highbullen.co.uk. The prize is a seven-night stay in the self-catering Stables Cottage at Highbullen for 10 people, any combination of adult or family groups staying Saturday to Saturday. The prize does not include travel, activities, meals, drinks, spending money and any other incidental expenses. The winner/guest must bring their own golﬁng equipment and the course dress code must be adhered to. No handicap is required to play on the golf course. Two rounds of four-ball golf, linen, cleaning at end of stay and utilities included. Pets are not permitted. The prize is subject to the standard terms and conditions of Highbullen. The break must be taken by 30 April 2014, excluding 20 December 2013 to 3 January 2014, subject to availability. Please refer to panel overleaf for overall terms.
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COMPETITIONS HOW TO ENTER*
WIN! A VIP family day at Woburn Safari Park, plus an overnight stay Animal lovers will go wild at Woburn Safari Park, with so many chances to get up close to amazing wildlife, from tigers and rhinos to lemurs and lions. Enjoy safaris on foot and in the comfort of your own car, plus there are loads of fun indoor and outdoor activities. We’re offering the chance to win a family ticket to the Safari Park, including a 30-minute VIP Up Close Encounter tour, and an overnight stay at The Inn at Woburn. Fifteen runners-up will each win a family ticket to Woburn Safari Park. Go to woburn.co.uk for more details. The prize is an overnight stay for a family and up to two children 15 and under staying in interconnecting ensuite double and twin rooms on a bed only basis with a one-day pass to the safari park. The VIP Up Close Encounter part of the prize has age restrictions and travel conditions, please see woburn.co.uk/getac.html for full terms and conditions. Each of the 15 runners-up will receive one family ticket (valid for two adults and two children aged 3-15 years of age; children under three are free). The prizes do not include activities other than stated, travel, meals, drinks, spending money and any other incidental expenses. Prizes are valid until 31 November 2014, subject to availability. Please refer to panel on right for overall terms.
You’ll always have perfectly chilled drinks to hand with this stylish Husky HM72 Budweiser Refrigerator. It’s ideal for parties and barbecues, or simply keeping all the family’s drinks cool – and we’ve got 10 to give away. The compact fridge stores up to 40 cans and has an adjustable thermostat to keep your drinks cold and ready on demand. If you’re not lucky enough to win, the fridges are available at ASDA.com/direct, or visit husky-home.com for the full range.
WOBURN SAFARI BREAK Call 0901 151 0085 Text ASDA8 HUSKY BUDWEISER FRIDGE Call 0901 151 0086 Text ASDA9
Calls/texts cost 50p each*. The closing date for prize draws is midnight 31 August 2013.
WIN! A family day at Blackpool Pleasure Beach, plus overnight stay Treat the family to a fun day at Blackpool Pleasure Beach. Try the new Wallace & Gromit Thrill-O-Matic ride, the spectacular River Caves cruise and much more. We’ve got one-day full-park family wristbands up for grabs, plus an overnight stay at the Big Blue Hotel. Fifteen runners-up will each receive full-park family wristbands. For more details, go to blackpoolpleasurebeach.com. The prize is for two adults and two children (12 years and under) sharing a superior family room on a bed and breakfast basis. Wristbands give unlimited access to all rides forming part of the Pleasure Beach. Prize does not include meals other than those mentioned; drinks, travel or spending money. Prize is subject to availability and must be taken by 31 July 2014. Blackpool Pleasure Beach closes 10 November 2013, and reopens for weekends 15 February 2014 and daily from Easter. Please refer to panel on right for overall terms.
*ENTRY DETAILS Calls cost 50p from BT landlines. Calls from other networks, payphones and mobiles may be higher. Text entries cost 50p plus standard operator rates. For SMS and call entry technical issues call 0845 803 0325. For online entry technical issues call Asda customer services on 0800 952 0101. See opposite for full and speciﬁc terms and conditions.
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HIGHBULLEN LUXURY BREAK Call 0901 151 0084 Text ASDA7
BLACKPOOL PLEASURE BEACH BREAK Call 0901 151 0087 Text ASDA11
WIN! One of 10 Husky Budweiser refrigerators
Fridge is H52 x W44 x D47cm, 48-litre capacity, A+ energy rating. Beer is not included. Please refer to panel on right for overall terms.
For your chance to win, call the number below or text the code, then a space and your name and address to 82229, or enter online at ASDA.com/win
PRIZE DRAW TERMS & CONDITIONS 1 Prize draws are open all residents of the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) aged 18 years and over (unless otherwise stated), excluding employees (and their immediate family) of Asda, Publicis Blueprint and their afﬁliated companies, and anyone professionally connected with the prizes. 2 Proof of sending shall not constitute proof of receipt. No responsibility is accepted for entries lost, delayed, incompletely received or damaged. 3 Maximum one entry per person per draw. Automated, bulk or third-party entries not accepted. 4 All entries (online, phone and text) must be received by midnight 31 August 2013. Phone/text lines open 24 hours a day until midnight 31 August 2013. Ask bill payer before calling. If you text after the closing date, you will not be entered but will be charged. Take care when entering text codes; promoter is not responsible for mistypes and you may be charged more. Some phone lines operate call-barring. Calls from other networks/ payphones/mobiles may be charged at a higher rate. If unable to get through, check with network operator. 5 Winners are selected at random by an independent veriﬁed computer system after the closing date and will be notiﬁed by letter within 28 days of closing date. If the prize is not claimed within six weeks of notiﬁcation, a redraw will take place. 6 There are no cash alternatives. Prizes are not transferable and must be accepted as offered. 7 By entering our prize draws, you agree to take part in publicity. 8 To obtain winners’ names/counties, send an sae to: Asda Magazine August 2013 Winners List, Asda House, Great Wilson Street, Leeds LS11 5AD, 28 days after the closing date. Please do not send entries to this address. 9 If winners are unable to take prizes, a redraw will take place. 10 Promoter’s decision is ﬁnal. 11 In the event of unforeseen circumstances, promoter reserves the right to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater value. 12 Prize draws may be featured in other promotional material with different treatments. 13 The promoter is Asda, Asda House, Great Wilson Street, Leeds LS11 5AD. 14 Winners accept prize at own risk. Unless stated otherwise, holiday winners should obtain their own travel insurance, visas and passport and be ﬁt to travel. 15 Promoter is not liable for any loss or damage, except death or personal injury, arising out of administration, or for the winner’s enjoyment of the prize draws. 16 Where terms/conditions are inconsistent with additional prize draw terms, additional ones will prevail. By entering you accept this.
Don’t give your kids boring old squash. Give them VIMTO NO ADDED SUGAR with its DELICIOUSLY exciting MIXED UP TASTE of grapes, raspberries and blackcurrants. THEYLL LOVE IT.
To the customer: This voucher can only be used at ASDA as part payment for Vimto 1L No Added Sugar (NAS) Squash, Vimto 2L NAS Squash, Vimto 1L Original Squash, Vimto 2L Original Squash, Vimto 1L Cherry Squash, Vimto 1L Cherry NAS Squash, Vimto 1L Strawberry NAS Squash, Vimto 1L Strawberry Squash. Terms & Conditions: Valid for the products listed only. Only one voucher per product purchased. Valid from: 23/07/2013. This offer is subject to availability. This voucher cannot be redeemed for cash nor can any change be given. Defaced, amended or photocopied vouchers will not be accepted. Checkout colleagues: Check terms and conditions above. Scan voucher and draw two diagonal lines across it, do not mark the barcode. Put voucher into cash drawer. End date for receipt 23/09/2013. Cash offce colleagues: Treat as Manufacturer coupon and place in orange bag and send to Valassis. NCH Code 047700071
To the customer: This voucher can only be used at ASDA as part payment for Vimto 1L No Added Sugar (NAS) Squash, Vimto 2L NAS Squash, Vimto 1L Original Squash, Vimto 2L Original Squash, Vimto 1L Cherry Squash, Vimto 1L Cherry NAS Squash, Vimto 1L Strawberry NAS Squash, Vimto 1L Strawberry Squash. Terms & Conditions: Valid for the products listed only. Only one voucher per product purchased. Valid from: 23/09/2013. This offer is subject to availability. This voucher cannot be redeemed for cash nor can any change be given. Defaced, amended or photocopied vouchers will not be accepted. Checkout colleagues: Check terms and conditions above. Scan voucher and draw two diagonal lines across it, do not mark the barcode. Put voucher into cash drawer. End date for receipt 23/11/2013. Cash offce colleagues: Treat as Manufacturer coupon and place in orange bag and send to Valassis. NCH Code 047700072
TIME FOR YOU
Create your own home spa night Looking for some me-time after a busy day? Try our ideas for a little pampering at home. Put a ‘do not disturb’ sign on the bathroom door and indulge in a luxurious bath…
Set the mood by lighting a scented candle while you’re running the bath, so that the fragrance has time to diffuse. TIP: Create a playlist of music to listen to and pop a glass of your favourite chilled drink by the bath.
Smooth skin and boost circulation by using a body brush to make upward strokes towards the heart before bathing. TIP: Try a body scrub instead – try NSPA Warming Sugar Scrub, £4.95 (225ml) or 2 for £5.
Steam opens up pores, so apply a face mask when you’re in the bath. TIP: A clay-based mask, such as Montagne Jeunesse Dead Sea Face Spa, £1.48, gives a deep clean.
Use a body lotion directly after bathing as damp skin absorbs moisture more easily. TIP: Give hands a little TLC – ﬁle nails, apply a polish and, once dry, rub in hand cream. We like NSPA Bathing Rituals Hand Cream, £2.75 (100ml) or 2 for £5.
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Apply a rich conditioner, such as Andrew Barton Colour Protect Treatment Mask, £4 (300ml), to damp hair and cover in a shower cap. Rinse hair just before you get out of the bath. TIP: Place a rolled-up towel behind your head, lie back and relax.
NSPA GIVEAWAY For the ultimate in home spa indulgence, we’re giving away one NSPA Beauty Rituals Hamper worth over £100. Enter at ASDA.com/win. Closing date 31 August 2013.
Next month Time-saving tips to get you and the kids out the door in the mornings. Prize draw open to UK residents 18+ only. Normal exclusions apply. One prize of an NSPA Beauty Rituals Hamper worth over £100. Entry is online only. Internet access required. Winner will be required to take part in publicity. Closing date midnight 31 August 2013. See page 96 for full prize draw terms and conditions.
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