Back to the Basics

“New Zealand is a wonderful combination of all the good cuisines from around the world with a special touch of  freshness,” writes The Economic Times in an overview of the country’s food and wine from an Indian perspective. “Meat is considered a staple food even though quite a few restaurants do serve vegetarian food. Hogget and cervena, roast lamb and farm deer are the most sought after dishes … Leaving behind plush restaurants and small eateries, we also ven experienced New Zealand’s traditional cooking style, the ‘hangi.’ And when kiwifruit is not eaten simply peeled, it is presented atop a pavlova, that excellent, sinful dessert which has fans across the globe.”


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Vogue 25 List Includes Chef Margot Henderson

Vogue 25 List Includes Chef Margot Henderson

London-based New Zealander Margot Henderson is one of today’s “most lauded chefs”. She joins Vivian Westwood, the Duchess of Cambridge, Nicola Sturgeon, FKA Twigs, and others, on the annual Vogue 25,…