Otago Daily Times: Travel

Blessed are the cheesemakers

Blessed are the cheesemakers

Marja Van Loon says her life changed when she attended a cheesemaking course five years ago, and shortly afterwards got her first calf, Daisy, from a fellow student.

Irish couple here to cook

Irish couple here to cook

An Irish couple who love food have bought and renovated the old villa at 95 Filleul St, home to numerous restaurants over the past 30-odd years.

West needs to get over insect 'disgust factor'

West needs to get over insect 'disgust factor'

If someone suggested New Zealand farmers raised a new kind of high protein livestock which had a potential market of about two billion people worldwide, most would jump at the chance.

On the menu

It annoys me when a winemaker's website wants to know my date of birth before it will let me in.

Cookbooks

Cookbooks

Stemming from our British heritage, New Zealand has a proud baking tradition that is newly popular again as people return to home cooking.

Cookbooks

Cookbooks

Naked food is not hidden, covered or compromised by additives or preservatives.

Comforting taste of summer

Comforting taste of summer

Clafoutis is a French pudding traditionally made with sour cherries. The cherries are placed in a buttered dish, covered with a thick batter and baked in the oven until the topping is risen and golden with a soft cake-like texture.

Kiwis not eating '5+ A Day'

Kiwis not eating '5+ A Day'

Almost 75 per cent of New Zealanders still don't eat the recommended daily amount of fruits and vegetables, new figures show.

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