Otago Daily Times: Travel

Squeeze goes on

Squeeze goes on

Apples will be juiced and preserves tasted at this year's Dunedin Community Food Harvest Group event in Northeast Valley on April 23.

Starting healthy habits

Starting healthy habits

Rewarding yourself or your children with a treat is so ingrained we think nothing of it but Dunedin nutritionist Wal Herring believes it is time to change. She tells Rebecca Fox about her book on creating healthy eaters.

Growing old gracefully

Growing old gracefully

This Dunedin mansion might have seen better days, but many of the original features are intact. Kim Dungey reports.

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.

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.

Seasonal surprises

Seasonal surprises

After retiring from the ODT early last year, Charmian Smith took a gap year to explore the North Island, discovering the history and scenery, and the local produce.

Ophir chef takes beef to the top

Ophir chef takes beef to the top

Ophir chef Daniel Hill has been named one of the best red-meat chefs in the country.

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