While tradition brings with it a sense of comfort and belonging, come the festive season it’s easy to quickly run out of love for the tinsel and baubles of yesteryear.
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On a foggy autumn morning in a church carpark in Auckland’s Pt Chev, a man rocks up holding a giant, empty plastic container. He’s obviously done this before and, wisely, has come prepared.
When describing a night out at Christchurch’s award-winning restaurant Gatherings, a few words spring to mind – delicious, eye-opening, unique. And it’s definitely intimate.
Most people would agree ice cream is already pretty exciting – but what if you could wear it on your finger in the form of gold-coin ice-cream ring? Or tackle a colossal chocolate squid in pursuit of it?
Marc’s own education started on Réunion Island, from where his family hail, a small French overseas department east of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean.
Long before words like sustainable, low-carbon footprint and environmentally friendly were de rigueur, there were people like Peter Greer, now 68 years old.