Discover

JUST HANGIN’

As we went to print we were unable to travel, but there’s no reason why we can’t plan for when we come out the other side.

Neither Here Nor There

Everyone has a favourite fish and chips spot. I discovered mine about six months ago in Kawhia. It sits across from the wharf, not far from the pohutukawa that marks the landing of the Tainui waka.

PURE GOLD

Some people eat to live, some people live to eat and I eat for a living, so it’s fair to say I view the world through a highly focussed food lens because food spills into every aspect of my life.

Earl

CHRISTHCURCH: As a born-and-bred Londoner, it’s very rare for me to walk into a restaurant, especially in Christchurch, and wonder exactly where I’ve been transported to.

New York Grill

AUCKLAND: New York is famous for some uniquely US eating-house genres – the deli, the diner and the grill – each of which run to a tried-and-true formula and service approach.

Atlas

WELLINGTON: Hemming in atlas on one side is the Duncan Cotterill law firm and on the other side the giant Deloitte tower, both of which should supply this posh new restaurant with its natural clientele.

THE MAKER

IN GOOD FORM

When Kate O'Sullivan put out a call to the members of her club to ‘ bring a plate’ it wasn’t a batch of sausage rolls or a tray of chicken wings that she had in mind.

WEAVE LENGTHS

Long before words like sustainable, low-carbon footprint and environmentally friendly were de rigueur, there were people like Peter Greer, now 68 years old.

HIDDEN GEM

FAMILY MATTERS

“Nobody ever goes to Hawksbury Village,” says Colleen Dennison, founder of Evansdale Cheese.

GROWING GARDEN CITY

We're all aware that God isn’t making any more land, but with reclaimed spaces now readily available, Christchurch has witnessed a steady growth of local community gardens, food forests and innovative edible garden design.

GRACE & FLAVOUR

TRUST IS SO IMPORTANT in any marriage, ramp that up a notch when husband and wife are also business partners.

ARTISAN WATCH

CHILLI OUT

“Call me Betsy, that is what everyone in Wellington and New Zealand calls me,” says Betsaida Rivas Teutenberg.

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