Echoes of the Greek dish moussaka are correctly heard here, both in the name and the feel of the dish
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I had a chat with Wendyl Nissen about 10 years ago. About chooks. Although we worked in the same industry at the time (magazineland) our paths had never crossed, but I knew she kept chooks, and as I wanted to get some, I got her number and called her. She’s one of those people who […]
Planning on eating your way around the world? Read this book before you leave home.
Author Emma Warren makes a mean Crema Catalana. See how.
If you can find it in a deli, finely shaved duck jamón, tossed through at the end, dresses up this salad beautifully.
Catalan cuisine – edgy, surprising, intriguing, comforting. New book by Emma Warren.
This book will make you want to go there.
Rachel Khoo’s take on the Swedish kitchen.
A Swedish twist on bacon and eggs. Or stir-fry. Or bacon & egg stir-fry!
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Read the poem, then read the notes at the end of the poem, then read the poem again. That’s if you’ve got nothing else to do all day! Open window Saturday night No one can see me My street soldier – a silvery green poplar – standing sentry Seeing, unseen Plump […]
Now you know what to get for breakfast and your deluxe lunch rolls
Finally, I made it to Te Motu The Shed for lunch. On a sunny Sunday …
Expect your world to be shaken …
Island charmer – superb food and wine to be had at Te Whau Winery & Restaurant Waiheke Island
Bevan Smith chats about what matters to him most – food, family and friends
How has Jeremy Dixon managed to sell a stack of books without being in the media spotlight and who publishes his books anyway?
I’ve been eating at SPQR since the beginning of time, or at least it seems that way.