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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Champagne Guru Nick Lane Discusses Vintage

Champagne Guru Nick Lane Discusses Vintage

“It’s a dirty job, but someone’s got to visit three of France’s most prestigious champagne maisons in just one day,” Kylie McLaughlin writes for a story featured online at The Australian Financial…