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At nearly 160 years old and with a top beer range, the Moutere Inn near Nelson is an absolute gem.
Get inspiration from one of NZ's top chefs, plus animal-friendly eating, in two new cookbooks.
The latest Frankenfood is actually a frank-in-food.
Hawke's Bay being easy to pronounce in Mandarin may be its biggest advantage in selling its great wine.
I probably have the least sophisticated palate of any adult I know.
A new Swiss Guard cookbook reveals Vatican culinary tastes and treats.
Kiwis are spending more time in the kitchen and experimenting with new recipes, a new survey has found.
French fries in the US may contain a whopping number of ingredients, but we in NZ have just three.
Around 30,000 fresh oysters will be devoured on Auckland’s waterfront this weekend at the annual Seafood Festival.
Try these five delicious ideas for that top summer treat - fresh sweetcorn.
Is it "starve a fever and feed a cold", or "starve a cold and feed a fever"? Turns out, it's neither.
Are the modern upstarts set to dethrone the ripe-and-retro chardonnay stalwarts?
A French film crew has touched down in Marlborough, putting the region's wine industry in the spotlight.
It's see-through, has the texture of a water balloon and disappears if you don't eat it in 30 minutes. What kind of sorcery is this?
For many people, eating spicy, hot stuff creates a kind of masochistic thrill.
Despite constant lobbying against sugary soft drinks, new figures show Kiwis are continuing to drink them at a concerning rate.
John Saker meets the young Kiwi winemakers stamping their mark.
From dinner to dessert: great recipes that let our favourite summer stonefruit do all the talking.
Relationship between a Palmerston North research centre and major food manufacturer to pay dividends.
Brewers are caving in to demand for low alcohol, with a range of new session beers on the way.
Renaissance Brewing celebrate crowdfunding success with You Tube livestream to develop world's first 'crowd-brew' beer.
Attitudes of bar patrons have changed and many are drinking low alcohol beer and wine in response to new drink-drive limits.
An over-supply of eating establishments means some will close down, says restauranteur.
It's like having the produce section of a supermarket in your backyard ... only not quite as organised.
If there's one person standing between the world and a potential, devastating lack of chocolate, it's this man.
Lovers of brown bread sandwiches could be the latest victims of inflated health food claims.
One place where the adage "If you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all" definitely does not apply is a restaurant.
Surviving on egg whites, rice cakes, and “sometimes” fish, a London-based juicing entrepreneur has been mocked for her ridiculously healthy diet.
Panhead owner and beer engineer Mike Neilson talks of beer and his love for the Frozen soundtrack.