Food Recipes

Cream of Jerusalem artichoke soup

Cream of Jerusalem artichoke soup

Jerusalem artichokes are actually related to the sunflower and are commonly known as "sunchokes''. They have a wonderful flavour similar to mushrooms, Alison Lambert writes.

Simple changes to diet can have big impact

Simple changes to diet can have big impact

It's June and by now you'll be finding it pretty difficult not to hear about somebody doing junk-free June. Deanna Copland explains what's involved. 

Beef provides so many choices

Beef provides so many choices

When it comes to dinner there are so many competing options available it's easy to get a bit numbed by all that choice. Sometimes it's nice to just take a breath and revisit an old favourite, chef Bevan Smith says.

Cooking 101: Mini Jam Berliners

Cooking 101: Mini Jam Berliners

Daniel Pfyl, senior lecturer at Otago Polytechnic's Food Design Institute, shares some professional techniques to make your cooking easier.

Pumpkin and kale risotto with brown butter hazelnuts

Pumpkin and kale risotto with brown butter hazelnuts

This week, Alison Lambert shares the recipe for a delicious risotto.

Soups to savour

Soups to savour

This week, Nicola Brown shares recipes for two very different but equally satisfying soups. 

Potato and watercress soup

Potato and watercress soup

Combining two seasonal ingredients which are easily obtained can be economical but, more importantly, it can be nourishing, Alison Lambert writes.

Quick, easy, yet good enough for company

Quick, easy, yet good enough for company

This beautifully creamy, pale-green soup, delectable and piquant, is made using pantry and vegetable-basket staples, Joan Bishop writes.

Cabbage and potato pie

Cabbage and potato pie

This is a great combination of vegetables arranged and baked simply to create a splendid pie for all dietary requirements, Alison Lambert writes.

Take stock of your soup

Take stock of your soup

Alison Lambert has some nourishing soups for those cold winter days.

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