Te Koha Sports Club handles costs collectively, with pay-what-you-can fees and fundraising to ensure struggling families can play sport.
This salad is best served chilled straight from the fridge so to keep the crunch factor.
During cooking, the sweet and salty juices of this dish combine with the onion to create a rich sauce.
Home buyers get on the ladder with a run-down church in the Ruahine Ranges.
This is the perfect thirst quencher for a hot summer afternoon.
Eggplant Parmigiana was the inspiration for this dish, that uses zucchini slices instead.
Via a slow sautee in olive oil, courgettes sweeten and soften wonderfully.
Follow up this light and delicate Vietnamese-style fish curry with a cool coconut sago pudding – perfect summer food.
This vegan and refined sugar-free recipe from Jordan Rondel will also work well with many other fruits and berries.
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Tartare sauce and fresh fish is a combo that's hard to beat. Add salty crispy capers to knock it out of the park.
No cooking required when you're landed with a fresh catch of fish.
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When the weather heats up this fresh summer salad goes down a treat.
Elevate that guilty pleasure with a few ingenious ingredients and the biggest tiger prawns you can find.
Cool down with two fresh Mediterranean summer classics.
These shepherd-style pork tacos are ideal for hot Kiwi summers. Just give yourself a bit of time to let the meat marinate.
Served warm or cold with runny cream, strawberry and peach shortcake is easy to put together and makes the most of summer's sweet harvest.
With a sweet or savoury option, what better way to celebrate summer than with this delightful and unexpected combination.
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Do go lightly on the tarragon here, as it can be overpowering in excess.
This is one of my favourite dressings to go with the lightly steamed green vege.
This combination is quite fabulous and perfect as a side for either a festive meal or a summer holiday gathering.
When you're a few eggnogs in and it's time for Christmas pudding assembly, the trifle really comes into its own.
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If you want to get a delicious practice run in before the big day, this recipe is something else and definitely the one to trial.
Serve thin slices with coffee after festive feasting, or cut into thick wedges and wrap with brown paper and twine for an edible Christmas gift.
Handy to have on hand to serve after a meal or with afternoon tea, they can also be wrapped up nicely as gift for this season of giving.
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