The brain behind the world’s first New Zealand sauvignon blanc gin is Dunedin-raised Peter Rawling, who has returned home after 20 years away working mostly in the beverage industry, both in New Zealand and overseas.
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Consumer NZ has announced the winners of the 2020 Bad Taste Food Awards which aim to highlight claims used to promote food products as being healthier than they really are.
A Lawrence couple wants to prove there is more to honey than as a spread. Rebecca Fox talks to Dana and Megan Young about keeping it small.
The Tonnellerie de Mercurey New Zealand Young Winemaker 2020 final was recently held at EIT in Hawke’s Bay and congratulations to Ben Toombs - assistant winemaker at Peregrine Wines - who in...
Ask a Chef reveals the secrets of those superb dishes you ate in cafes and restaurants and wanted to try yourself.
I remember the zucchini cake was fashionable years back. I really enjoy dishes like this as you simply mix all the ingredients together in one bowl. You don’t need to worry about lining...
There are many ways to declutter and improve your home to make it more functional. A good place to start is with your fridge.
Poverty and food insecurity often go hand in hand with obesity, a result of people eating food high in calories but low in nutrients, according to Massey University School of Health Sciences senior...
These delicious fritters were inspired by food writer Heidi Swanson. Wild garlic (or onion weed as some call it) is growing everywhere at the moment.
Warmth, fresh air and the sun caressing the hilltops in a cloudless sky at the end of a busy day begins to tickle the Mark Henderson's urge for a glass of chilled rose.
Top Australian chef Duncan Welgemoed cooks on fire — either in embers or ashes, in ovens or cast iron pots.
In their new cookbook, Use It All: The Cornersmith guide to a more sustainable kitchen, AlexElliott-Howery and Jaimee Edwards work their way through eight shopping baskets of food using every last...
Jonathan Storm's a busy man. In between working full-time as a quality officer at United Machinists in Dunedin, he studies mechanical engineering part-time at Otago Polytechnic and develops a product range for his business Smokebox Salts.
So many Kiwis have been there before - famished, hungover and chowing down on a half dozen chicken nuggets.
The Warehouse has dropped Australian chef Pete Evans’ cookbooks after he shared Neo-Nazi symbols on his social media accounts.
A man in managed isolation is transforming every breakfast, lunch and dinner he receives in his Wellington hotel from a boxed meal to a plate that would not be out of place in a fine dining...