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The Christchurch earthquake has forced Lion Breweries to
revert to the 1960s, when beer was transported in bulk by
truck, like today's petrol tankers, to be pumped into
underground tanks in pubs.
Ask a Chef reveals the secrets of Aurora Cafe's Anzac
One of the world's oldest whiskies, which lay undiscovered in
ice in the Antarctica for more than 100 years, could turn
into a financial windfall for the Christchurch-based
Antarctic Heritage Trust.
Ask a Chef reveals the secrets of Palms' coconut
Tired of using environmentally unfriendly clingfilm to wrap
lunches in, Nicola Pye developed a plastic-lined cloth
wrapper that could be wiped down or put in the washing
Grilled zucchini and aubergine combined with rigatoni,
fragrant herbs and a squeeze of lemon. Fantastic.
Daniel Pfyl, hospitality management lecturer at Otago
Polytechnic, shares professional techniques to make your
cooking easier. In this series he demonstrates easy,
inexpensive meals to cook for your family or flatmates.
Roses tend to be summer wines, lovely when chilled and
enjoyed with lunch on a sunny day, or with a light meal on a