When you want to impress your loved one just that little bit more, Valentine's Day is a great time to get out of your comfort zone in the kitchen and get cooking, Alison Lambert writes.
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Ask a Chef reveals the secrets of those superb dishes you ate
in cafes and restaurants and wanted to try yourself.
It seems the spirit of Christmas is needed this year more
than ever, and what better than spending some time with
friends and loved ones, chef Bevan Smith writes.
You can't go past a good walnut torte with fresh berries for
Christmas, says Dunedin cooking personality Judith Cullen.
Choosing a fine wine doesn't always have to cost the
earth, Mark Henderson writes.
Berries are in season and every week they seem to be
getting sweeter and juicier. This simple recipe
is a life saver on the hotter days, Alison Lambert
Pier 24 chef Greg Piner suggests salmon as an alternative to
the traditional turkey for Christmas Day.
This time of year brings some potential challenges when it
comes to eating well, Nicola Brown writes.
The Central Otago Pinot Noir Celebration returns in January,
and has been extended to run over two-and-a-half days.
Lifestyle editor REBECCA FOX looks back on 2015 and provides
a quick guide to the latest cookbook releases.