Wine and Food Guide

Enjoy the fruits of your labours

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As this long hot summer rolls on, so too does the amazing fruit on offer. Roadside stalls groan with ripe peaches, apricots and nectarines.

Cookbooks

Cookbooks

Jessica Nadel's Greens 24/7: Quick easy and delicious recipes for eating leafy greens at every meal (Murdoch) offers lots of ideas and encouragement to help keep those healthy eating New Year resolutions.

Happier and healthier you

Happier and healthier you

New Year resolutions to live a healthier, happier life can easily fade but Claire Turnbull has some good advice to help you stay on track. Charmian Smith reports.

Mad about mjadra

Mad about mjadra

Flavours of home is a series of recipes from around the world cooked by people at home in Otago. This week, Sue Bidrose, of Dunedin, shows us how to make mjadra at addis (lentils, rice and caramelised onions).

WINE REVIEWS: Sauvignon Blanc

WINE REVIEWS: Sauvignon Blanc

A chilled sauvignon blanc is refreshing to sip over lunch or on a long summer evening. It's also good with salads and many other fresh summer dishes.

Grilled peaches, raspberries and ricotta

Grilled peaches, raspberries and ricotta

A simple marriage of summer flavours with cooling ricotta and tangy citrus makes this simple dessert one of my summer favourites.

Lazy days of summer

Lazy days of summer

No-one can deny that this summer has been sensational! Long, hot days and warm evenings have provided the perfect atmosphere for fun and food.

Recipe: Time to fritter way

Recipe: Time to fritter way

Annabel Langbein shares her latest creations, many of which use ingredients grown in her own gardens on the shores of Lake Wanaka, with Summer Times readers.

Delicious barbecue in serene spot across the lake

Delicious barbecue in serene spot across the lake

In a series featuring some of Otago's cafes, Guy Williams travels to the picturesque Walter Peak station in search of brunch. 

A superfood creation

A superfood creation

Annabel Langbein shares her latest creations, many of which use ingredients grown in her own gardens on the shores of Lake Wanaka, with Summer Times readers.

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