Food Recipes

Perfect picnic pick and mix

Perfect picnic pick and mix

Alison Lambert loves packing her picnic hamper, thermos and rug and heading off.

Cakes for the health-conscious

Cakes for the health-conscious

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

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.

In season: Tomatoes

In season: Tomatoes

Tomatoes of all shapes and varieties are available at the moment and Tomato Provencal is a classic, Alison Lambert writes.

Colour, flavour, texture and no cooking

Colour, flavour, texture and no cooking

Smoked Chicken with green pea and basil pesto puree has a wonderfully pleasing, luscious taste and texture, Joan Bishop writes.

Strawberry rhubarb bars

Strawberry rhubarb bars

Sandwiching sweet and tangy fruit in crisp oaty dough and baking until crisp makes a perfect snack for the summer, Alison Lambert writes.

Light and easy

Light and easy

Summer is all about catching up with friends and keeping things simple, chef Bevan Smith writes.

Off the scale: barbecue tips for fish

Off the scale: barbecue tips for fish

In the great Kiwi summer tradition we will be firing up our barbecues these holidays. Whether it's for a quick-dinner or to feed a crowd, New Zealand chef Chris Fortune has plenty of advice and recipes in his latest publication The Kiwi Sizzler. The key, he says, is to keep it simple ... always.

Preserving ethos extends beyond food

Preserving ethos extends beyond food

In this occasional series on Wakatipu eateries, Queenstown reporter Tracey Roxburgh takes a look at . . . The Boatshed Cafe & Bistro.

Toasted cracked wheat and courgette salad

Toasted cracked wheat and courgette salad

This salad is full of texture and has a flavour punch. It is perfect to accompany your barbecue this summer.

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