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Much-loved MasterChef NZ winner Sam Low shares his deliciously unique food journey, as well as three moreish recipes from his cool new cookbook Modern Chinese.
This no-knead focaccia could not be easier: mix (using instant dried yeast), put in the fridge, and the dough does the work overnight! While the method is simple, the bread is amazing – it still manages to achieve that bubbly, fluffy structure that you want in your focaccia. You can swap chilli, basil and olive for whatever’s on hand – parsley, oregano and chopped sundried tomatoes for instance.
Having lived in the North Island for seven years, Alby Hailes, winner of television reality show The Great Kiwi Bake Off and author of new cookbook Good Vibes, is enjoying being back in Dunedin and taking it easier for a change.
Sustainable seafood, top drops and luxury lodges – Wairarapa’s utterly charming wine country and stunning coastlines make for a wild and wonderful weekend away.
This is probably my favourite dish in the book. It just speaks volumes to me of New Zealand on many levels. It’s a dish made with one of our most precious seasonal delicacies, but served in such a humble, no-fuss sort of manner. A similar version of this dish would have been eaten hundreds of thousands of times on the riverside or in baches and cribs up and down the country, ever since we figured out how to catch these slippery, mysterious little fish.
Kiwi chef Al Brown muses on his passion for baches (that’s cribs to you down south) and shares some favourite recipes from the new edition of his much-loved cookbook Eat Up New Zealand.
Morning tea and more are sorted with these hearty and heart-warming high country recipes from Philippa Cameron's new cookbook.
Based on a North Otago sheep and beef farm, Philippa Cameron is sharing her unique brand of high country home cooking with the world via social media – and now a deliciously charming new cookbook.
Created by Kiwi taco king and queen Otis and Sarah Frizzell of The Lucky Taco food truck and company, 03 samples some spicy little recipes fresh from the colourful foodie duo’s delicious new book.
Fabulous foodie and brilliant baker Michelle Morfett celebrates her very first cookbook (and shares some mouth-watering morning tea recipes with 03!).
Founder/designer of cult Kiwi fashion brand Jimmy D, James Dobson travels the south several times a year on sales trips, showcasing his latest collections to his stockists around the island – so he’s something of an expert on where to stay, shop, eat and imbibe.
Sixty kilometres inland from Oamaru, the small rural community of Kurow is a somewhat surprising spot to find a fabulous frock shop – but for Jess Beachen it’s the perfect place to pursue her fashion (and foodie) dreams.
A trip to Stewart Island first planted the spores of Liv Sisson’s passion – now the Christchurch-based writer/forager/foodie with a penchant for colourfully painted nails is sharing her love of the (not so) humble mushroom with the world via a fun new book about fungi.
Born into a Canterbury pie dynasty, Wendy Morgan has gone on to have a delicious career in the food industry. Now enjoying a quieter life in Christchurch with fellow chef husband Rex Morgan and dog Pepper, she has penned her first cookbook, Who Made All the Pies?, which nods to her pastry heritage.
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).
United by a love of food – and of course by the fact they’re brother and sister – Tom and Anna Worthington are on something of a (jam and cream sponge) roll in the Christchurch hospo scene.
Health and fitness guru Joe Wicks’ baked cheesecake recipe is a crowd-pleaser! With baked ricotta and strawberry, it's a guaranteed hit. 
Health and fitness guru Joe Wicks shares the ultimate guide to roasted spiced apples. Of his two versions, one is perfect for summer and the other great for a cold winter’s day. 
For those who already love nachos, health and fitness guru Joe Wicks’ sweet potato twist on the classic is a must-try recipe. 
South Islanders can once again enjoy a convenient meal option full of New Zealand-grown veggies while also helping Kiwis in need, with the return of a very special soup.
Much-loved Kiwi chef Nici Wickes on the magic of ‘home cooking’ on holiday.
Growing up on the remote West Coast brings new meaning to the term ‘wild food’.
One of New Zealand’s most loved and familiar food industry faces, Annabelle White has been a foodie fixture since first appearing on our screens in 1989. A guest chef at this year’s Food Show, we caught up with the popular cooking personality.
James Smith, aka the Tattooed Butcher, has over a decade of experience as an award-winning butcher and passionate foodie. Here he shares some sharp staples for food preparation, his go-to meals to really impress, and plenty […]
Annabel Langbein shares her recipe for a wonderfully tender cake that is perfect for a summer picnic or celebration.
The Great New Zealand Toastie Takeover is back for a fifth year, showcasing the best and most creative toasted sandwiches from around the country.
Eat, drink and be merry Ben Bayly-style with these exclusive-to-Style recipes from the top chef’s latest South Island venture.
Food fuels us. It gives us pleasure. It connects us to friends and family. But for many eaters, the land and people who produce our food can seem distant. We all have a yearning for connection, and food plays an intimate part of that, says Eat New Zealand CEO Angela Clifford in conversation with Anna Wallace.
Who has a love hate relationship with Christmas cake?
Smokey T's, Moment Cafe, Nimpression and Bessie all make the cut for this month's food news.
Chef Tim Nott of the recently refurbished Aikman’s in Merivale has Christmas sorted three ways, with traditional, vegeterian and vegan recipes.
Vanessa Ortynsky satisfies her thirst for Aperol Spritz and Central Otago wines at a few of the adventure capital’s standout eateries.
There’s not a cloud in the sky, the heat is up and you’re ready to emerge, but where to go? We hunted high and low for places worthy of your time in the sun.
All the best foodie finds from August, including The Fermentist, Food on Q, Little Blackwood, BANG BANG and Southside Social.
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