Wine and Food Guide

Rhubarb sponge pudding

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Puddings like these tick all the right boxes on a cold night. Rhubarb adds such a tangy twist to the comfort of the warm sponge, Alison Lambert writes.

Ask a chef: Dispensary vinaigrette

Ask a chef: Dispensary vinaigrette

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

Popular pinot gris has broad appeal

Popular pinot gris has broad appeal

Wine reviewer Mark Henderson samples some tasy pinot gris.

Cakes for the health-conscious

Cakes for the health-conscious

Who says you cannot have your cake and eat it, too?

Ask a chef: The Wooden Table's oaty ginger slice

Ask a chef: The Wooden Table's oaty ginger slice

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

Green shakshuka

Green shakshuka

Alison Lambert's recipe this week may be green, highly nutritious and wickedly good - but it's also mighty tasty and great for brunch, lunch or a light meal.

Chardonnays for the enthusiast

Chardonnays for the enthusiast

Today's line-up was a mini "tiki tour'' of several of our more northerly regions, with Gisborne, Hawkes Bay, Martinborough, Marlborough and Nelson all getting a look in.

New year a time to take stock

New year a time to take stock

The beginning of the year is a great time to reassess your health goals, Dee Copland writes.

Charming Nigella delights in Southland

Charming Nigella delights in Southland

Smiling broadly and conversing happily as she signed cookbook after cookbook, Nigella Lawson charmed hundreds of fans during her visit to Invercargill.

A ’pared back' Nigella

A ’pared back' Nigella

Nigella Lawson is midway through an Australasian tour and arrives in New Zealand next week for appearances and gala dinners in Auckland and Invercargill. She spoke to Southland Express reporter Amy Johnstone.

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