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Taranaki's trainee hospitality stars have taken out top spots in a battle of the tastebuds.
In a town like New York it never takes too long for expat Kiwis to meet up.
They say the test of a political leader is whether you would want to have a beer with them.
Michelin star chef Josh Emett confirms he is opening up a restaurant in Dunedin.
Yes, we are milking this mystery new flavour announcement for all it's worth.
Pacific oysters have been farmed in New Zealand since the 1970s and are prized for their unique flavour and plump, succulent meat.
Lewis Road Creamery's Chocolate Milk will be on sale down south is September... and it's launching two new flavours.
Offal dishes like this feature regularly on the menus of some hip Auckland cafes.
A deliciously luxurious version of a cottage pie.
A kiwi take on traditional Cornish pasties.
A plant-based diet gave a new lease of life to food writer Buffy-Ellen Gill.
A combination of two favourite Chinese dishes.
A hot dish perfectly complemented by the firm texture of Thai sticky rice.
These meatballs go well with rice, mashed potato or noodles.
Salted caramel is so hot right now.
The caramel sauce makes for a particularly rich dessert.
These rich yeasted buns are perfect with a strong cup of coffee.
This is essentially a Spanish version of creme caramel.
An elegant dessert that is simple to prepare.
Thanks to a plentiful supply of kumara at the moment, you can often find them on special.
Tofu is a popular protein source for vegetarians.
A bubbly topping perfectly complements this hapuku, leek and oyster dish.
It's possible that no brew is so misunderstood - but here's how to get it just right.
With a flourish of a chequered tablecloth, a flamboyant Italian made Wellington a foodie mecca.
This is simply a vegetable puree with a few delicious additions.
Grated cauliflower makes for an interesting texture in this lamb dish.
Pea shoots adorn this novel salmon dish.
Interesting flavours combine in this fun squid dish
You can make the profiteroles a day in advance.
What could be more Kiwi than a golden syrup steamed pudding?