In Season

Nectarine and poppyseed cakes

Nectarine and poppyseed cakes

It's time for something small and sweet, says Alison Lambert.

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.

Roast zucchinis with tomatoes and cheese

Roast zucchinis with tomatoes and cheese

The combination of zucchini, tomato and cheese just works, Alison Lambert says.

In season: Just peachy

In season: Just peachy

This style of pie with a free-forming crust makes for a quick, stress-free dessert, Alison Lambert writes. Peaches are tasting their best at the moment, so make the most of our sweet summer produce.

Warm potato, beetroot and onion salad

Warm potato, beetroot and onion salad

Three humble ingredients cooked to enhance their natural organic flavour, resulting in a highly nutritious, delicious salad that can accompany almost anything or simply enjoyed on its own!

In season: Apricot cake

In season: Apricot cake

Central Otago apricots are like no other and their flavour offers a special twist to whatever you add them to, Allison Lambert writes.

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.

In season: summer berries

In season: summer berries

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 writes.

Chickweed and wild garlic pesto

Chickweed and wild garlic pesto

This is a forager's delight and one full not only of sweet spring flavours but rich in nutrients and minerals, writes foodie Alison Lambert.

Fresh ricotta with baked rhubarb

Fresh ricotta with baked rhubarb

Making ricotta is so easy and it has so many uses, Alison Lambert writes. As rhubarb is in season, she has served this alongside. And when the juicy summer fruits arrive, they will partner beautifully with the cheese.

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