This quantity makes a lot of biscotti but they are addictive dipped into a strong espresso and also make a great hostess gift.
Pineapple lumps are right up there with jandals, gumboots and L&P when it comes to Kiwi classics – and they’re the inspiration for this chocolate-covered, no-bake pineapple cheesecake.
I absolutely love this braised vegetable side dish. The fennel and leek are both soft and luscious, fragrant and savoury-sweet.
Resting is the absolute key to a successful ‘Wellington’ (whether using lamb or beef ), so that the pastry base stays as crisp and flaky as possible.
I love this updated version of my mother and grandmother’s dish, topped with the gorgeous green, crunchy parsley crumb.
These were such a success the first time I made them they have quickly become a favourite – a brilliant bake-and-take dessert to bring along on your camping trip. When berries aren’t in season, feel free to use frozen ones.
A classic Kiwi summer starter, these mussels are packed with flavour and perfect with a cold beer on a hot day.
Late-summer berries become a winning bake-and-take dessert for those balmy evenings, or an ideal sweet treat to pair with an afternoon cuppa.