EDGE #370 Top Chef Ben Shewry Rewriting Bush Tucker Menu + 12 Stories

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From Brian Sweeney, publisher, NZEDGE.COM | 03 July 2019 | #370 | New York
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Taste | Sunday Times (The)
02 July 2019
Top Chef Ben Shewry Rewriting Bush Tucker Menu
When Ben Shewry appeared on Chef’s Table – the Netflix series on the world’s greatest culinary stars – in 2015, the New Zealand-born chef-proprietor was on the crest of a wave, Corinna Hardgrave writes in a feature on Shewry for Britain’s The Sunday Times. It…

Adrenalin | Outside
01 July 2019
Eight Can’t-Miss New Zealand Adventures
When American travel blogger Liz Carlson, the self-proclaimed ‘Young Adventuress’, moved to New Zealand six years ago from Washington D.C., she says she wasn’t sure what…
Business | Yahoo Finance
30 June 2019
How the Gig Economy Worked for Sue McLachlan
New Zealand-born mother-of-two Sue McLachlan is pursuing her passion in the gig economy and making a comfortable amount of money after the collapse of her cloth nappy…
Community/General | Guardian (The)
29 June 2019
New Zealand Gave a Home and Hope to Abbas Nazari
Abbas Nazari was stranded on a ship in the Indian Ocean when he first heard the words “New Zealand”, Dunedin-based journalist Eleanor Ainge Roy writes…
Visual Arts | Wired
28 June 2019
Denis Smith Living on Images of Liquid Light
A decade ago, New Zealander Denis Smith was working in Auckland and living the high life. “I was killing myself working, trying to sustain [a] lifestyle,” he says…
Fashion | Grazia
27 June 2019
Summer Styling with Emilia Wickstead
New Zealander Emilia Wickstead, “arguably one of modern-day fashion’s most modest and functional designers”, talks to Grazia Middle East about the about the “intricacies of summer…
Fashion | Forbes
03 July 2019
Janaya Wilkins Makes Swimsuits From Plants
New Zealander Janaya Wilkins grew up exploring the country’s beaches and the sports they entailed, Esha Chhabra writes in an article published on the Forbes news site….
Business | Digital Journal
30 June 2014
5 Years Ago – Gibbs Adds Two-Seater To High-Speed Amphibian Range
Gibbs Sports Amphibians, founded by New Zealand entrepreneur Alan Gibbs, has added a new high-speed model to the company’s impressive range of..
Innovation | The Times of India
01 July 2009
10 Years Ago – Currant discovery
A recent study lead by Roger Hurst of the New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research (NZIPFR), has discovered that blackcurrant extract improves athletic performance. The findings, which were published in..
Architecture | Wallpaper
30 June 2004
15 Years Ago – From Shack to Chic: The Not-so-humble Bach
Wallpaper* pays homage to the Kiwi bach, in its most highly evolved form. “Baches built today reflect the increased value of the land – they’re less rustic and more expensive to build – but the best..
Legends | Culture
11 April 2001
Legends – Katherine Mansfield
Katherine Mansfield revolutionised the 20th Century English short story. Her best work shakes itself free of plots and endings and gives the..
Legends | Culture
16 June 2000
Legends – Tex Morton
New Zealander Tex Morton lived a life of breath-taking achievement. He attained fortune and huge international fame in several careers: a recording star..
Legends | Culture
01 May 2000
Legends – Frances Alda
Born in Christchurch in 1879, she gained early success as a light operetta singer in Melbourne. At 22 she set out for Europe and established..
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