Food & Wine

Three ways with ... feijoas

Have a glut of this fabulous fruit? Fear not, here's some tasty ideas for using it up.

Restaurant reviews bad reviewer

An Auckland eatery has hit back at disgruntled diners: "It did seem that you were intent on having a miserable time."

Cheddar tart with seeded crust

This delicious vegetarian tart is equally good for lunch or dinner

Pan-fried fish with pine nuts

This healthy dinner, with a zesty herb-garlic dressing, will be on your dinner table in less than 20 minutes.

Embracing the Aussie new school

As cool climates became the new cool, Australian winemakers changed tack.

Vineyard rapped for Toast drunks

Top vineyard kept serving drunken, aggressive festival goers, authority finds.

How to become a wine expert

Baffled by tannins and terroir? Teach yourself to become a pro in less than a day with these six quick tips.

Pasta with a Japanese twist

This salmon and nori cream dish is unlike anything you've had before.

What I make when... I don't feel like cooking

Here's some inspiration for when you just can't face the kitchen.

From kneading to nanas

Alice Neville checks out the latest cookbook releases.

Recipe: Fragrant Asian steamed fish parcels

These simple fish packages produce delicious results.

Anzac beers in short supply

OPINION: The lack of New Zealand beers to commemorate the Gallipoli anniversary is disappointing.

Choc raspberry mousses

Dark chocolate, cream, raspberries and Tim Tam Choc Raspberry biscuits combine - what’s not to love?

Recipe: Caramel Anzac slice

Try a twist on the traditional Anzac Day biscuit with this delicious slice.

Bringing the zing

Now is the time to preserve lemons and limes, says Jenny Garing.

Al Brown to judge MasterChef

With the show moving to TV3 the judging line up has had a shake up.

Are chia seeds the energy boost you need?

What started as a seed-y elixir for athletes has blossomed into a popular natural energy drink.

Cirro started with export focus

Named after the highest of all clouds, Cirro Wines had its beginnings in 2009, a time when things were far from rosy for the New Zealand wine industry.

Baking saved him from the Nazis

This 90-year-old wartime survivor has kept his sweet sense of humour - and still runs his bake shop.

Are we being duped over organic food?

Abuse of the term "organic" in New Zealand means consumers may be unwittingly eating food tainted by chemicals.

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