Bitters with a twist

Bitters with a twist

Penelope Baldwin is bitter - bitter about how sugar and sweet foods dominate our food. Rebecca Fox finds out about her mission to bring back bitterness.

Waste not, want not for self-taught preserver

Waste not, want not for self-taught preserver

A passion for zero waste and a job ending combined to provide expat New Zealander Kylee Newton a surprise career. Home on holiday, she tells Rebecca Fox about her journey to condiment producer and cookbook author.

Havana's in-home eateries fine way to dine

Havana's in-home eateries fine way to dine

David Latt delights in a return to Havana - the Cuban city back on the food map.

Can’t stand the heat? Think raw

Can’t stand the heat? Think raw

If it's still warm, why not think about something cool, chef Bevan Smith says. 

Nigerian chef at conference

Nigerian chef at conference

Nigerian chef Michael Elegbede will speak at this year's International Food Design Conference and Studio in Dunedin.

Ask a chef: The Coffee Post's banana and pecan loaf

Ask a chef: The Coffee Post's banana and pecan loaf

Ask a Chef reveals the secrets of those superb dishes you ate in cafes and restaurants and wanted to try yourself.

Plum and chocolate torte

Plum and chocolate torte

This cake has deep flavours, deep textures and takes you on a journey to a foreign cafe, says Alison Lambert.

Tasty rieslings please the palate

Tasty rieslings please the palate

Wine reviewer Mark Henderson enjoys some rieslings.

NY court pauses salt warning rule

NY court pauses salt warning rule

An appeals court in the United States has temporarily stopped New York City from enforcing a new rule requiring chain restaurants to post warnings on menu items high in sodium, according to a lawyer for a restaurant group challenging the regulation.

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