Bananas may not be the first thing one thinks of when it comes to exciting fruit, but this is surely because of the simple fact that these days they just seem so common.
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Before you totally disregard this as too
expensive for flat food, hear me out!
Dahl is a staple of
many Asian cuisines. Spelt dal, dahl or even daal it is
basically the equivalent of a hearty thick vegetable soup,
but using lentils and a colourful array of spices. Lentils
are a fantastic (and cheap!) source of protein.
Fennel is right at the top of my list when it comes to
vegetable favourites and it always seems we can never grow
enough of the stuff.
John Buck was in Dunedin last week showing his Te Mata wines
at Wine Freedom in Water St.
With a just a little grilling, these tomatoes burst with
flavour. They add a nice twist to any dish.
Ask a Chef reveals the secrets of those superb dishes you ate
in cafes and restaurants and wanted to try making.
Coca-Cola's new water brand, Kiwi Blue Eco-Twist, claims to
use the lightest plastic recyclable bottle for water in New
Zealand and you can twist the empty bottle so it takes less
room in landfill.
Alternative white varietals, such as arneis, grüner
veltliner, chenin blanc and gewurztraminer, can offer
exciting drinking, and many go well with food.
We are still
"cutting" this week so carbs are still on the d-low
(excluding the three batches of cookies, cupcakes, cake, ice
cream, sour hearts, tinned caramel and crunchy hazelnut