The idea of making your own mincemeat can seem a little daunting, but the following is the easiest preserve in the world, Joan Bishop writes.
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Who doesn't like pasta? It is affordable, simple to prepare
and comes in so many shapes and textures.
Spring is officially
here. Longer days and a wider range of fresh local produce
mean it seems natural to lighten up in the food department,
Nicola Brown writes.
Today is Vegetarian Day, part of a month-long celebration of
vegetarian food and those who choose not to eat meat.
Ask a Chef reveals the secrets of those superb dishes you
ate in cafes and restaurants and wanted to try yourself.
Pinot noir is never a huge wine, instead it relies on
fragrance, finesse and texture to get its message across and
this group of wines thoroughly achieved that objective.
is well known for its wine, but now its chefs are also
putting it on the map.
Broccoli is great to grow in your garden as you can keep
cutting off the stems and it continues to produce. Here, I
have teamed it with a hollandaise sauce with a twist.
Ask a Chef reveals the secrets of those superb dishes you ate
in cafes and restaurants and wanted to try yourself.
With the Port Chalmers Seafood Festival on this weekend,
the focus is on the sea's bounty. Rebecca Fox asks Pier 24
head chef Greg Piner, one of the festival's demonstration
chefs, to share some tricks of the trade for dealing with