Dishing Up Comfort Food

Peter Gordon’s 2012-published Peter Gordon Everyday is one of Catherine Phipp’s ‘Best Food Books of the Year’. “Flashes of trademark fusion sit with more personal dishes from [Gordon’s] New Zealand childhood,” Phipps writes for the Guardian. “It even had me enjoying tinned spaghetti for the first time in 25 years, thanks to some moreish white bread tartlets.” Wanganui-born Gordon is a chef, restaurateur, writer and food consultant. He owns restaurants in London and Auckland, and consults to two in Istanbul. He has written eight cookbooks and contributes to numerous magazines and newspapers around the world.


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NZ’s Café Culture Earning a Reputation in Sheffield

NZ’s Café Culture Earning a Reputation in Sheffield

Britain’s coffee culture “owes much to a tiny country on the other side of the world”, according to journalist Alice Geary reporting for Sheffield’s Big Issue North. The high quality coffee…