Reflecting on the disruptive and traumatic changes that have affected Ōtautahi Christchurch over the last decade, Wendelien Bakker’s public installation for SCAPE 22/23 utilises a material that was once ubiquitous to the city.
Renowned both for her home garden (and the delicious recipes created using the results) and her sourdough (and accompanying workshops), Nelson-based Nicola Galloway is a model of sustainable, self-sufficient and scrumptious cookery.
Summer music festivals are back – in a big way – and South Islanders are spoilt for choice when it comes to enjoying their favourite acts in the great outdoors, with Rhythm & Alps featuring headline acts including Marlon Williams.
A monochrome palette is, and probably always will be, the epitome of classic cool. This season, tap into that most timeless of fashion pairings – black and white – for instant chic, whether you’re dressing up or down.
Via her much-loved social media account @whānaukai, Otago-born Naomi Toilalo’s special recipe for feel-good baking – shared in a mix of te reo Māori and English – is a celebration of contemporary Kiwi food and culture. This month, she releases a bilingual cookbook of the same name, featuring 70 of her tohutao reka (delicious recipes).
Situated below its Mexican-inspired sister restaurant, Margo’s, Queenstown’s first dedicated tequila and mezcal cocktail bar Little Mez opened its doors earlier this year. To get us in the mood for summer, bar manager Stu Campbell shares the recipe for one of their most popular drinks.
Living in the South Island for nearly a decade has given US-born social media influencer and passionate nature lover Liz Carlson – founder of one of the biggest and most widely read independent travel blogs in the world – a fresh perspective, a sense of belonging… And an obsession with houseplants.
Christchurch sisters Margo and Rosa Flanagan’s passion for plant-based food sees them releasing their latest cookbook this month with the biggest print run of any New Zealand book its publishers Allen & Unwin have done to date.