Food Recipes

Walnut torte

Walnut torte

This week, Alison Lambert shares a recipe for a torte that's easy and flavoursome. 

Ask a Chef: Butlers' salmon potato pie

Ask a Chef: Butlers' salmon potato pie

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

The proof of the pudding

The proof of the pudding

Nicola Brown shares a pear and berry crumble recipe that's perfect for chilly nights.

Warm pear and chocolate pudding

Warm pear and chocolate pudding

This week Alison Lambert shares how to make a warming pudding that's super easy and delicious. 

Winter warmers

Winter warmers

While spring is still a long way off, the weather to date has been kind, and there is plenty in the garden to keep one inspired, chef Bevan Smith says.

Cauliflower, broccoli and leek pie

Cauliflower, broccoli and leek pie

This week, Alison Lambert shares how to make a rustic-looking pie packed with vegetables and covered in a cheesy sauce.

Cauliflower and sunflower seed pesto

Cauliflower and sunflower seed pesto

Philippa Seymour is a second-year bachelor of culinary arts student at the Food Design Institute at Otago Polytechnic. As part of the International Food Design Conference, she was presented with the challenge of using the wasted greens from cauliflowers.

Ask a Chef: The Coffee Cup Cafe's raspberry fudge brownie

Ask a Chef: The Coffee Cup Cafe's raspberry fudge brownie

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

Buttercup squash gnocchi

Buttercup squash gnocchi

Gnocchi is the ultimate comfort food, it's great on the pocket and fun to make, Alison Lambert writes.

Sweet and salty, tart and aromatic

Sweet and salty, tart and aromatic

Joan Bishop loves the balance of sweet and salty in this lusciously creamy pate. Quick to prepare, it makes a stylish starter or a simple, scrumptious snack for parties or picnics.

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