“Feast feats”

London restaurant Pied a Terre, where Kiwi chef Shane Osborn reigns as “creative genius,” praised in the Observer: “You may wonder how it is possible for a Michelin-starred restaurant to serve a three-course lunch for £23, but this Noho stalwart manages it […] despite a small dining space, impeccable service, and endless amuse-bouches.” Osborn is commended in particular for his “delicate combinations, deeply flavoursome sauces and daring desserts.”


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We Are Writing Our Own Food History

We Are Writing Our Own Food History

In an article for UK newspaper The Independent, New Zealander Molly Codyre, editorial assistant and food and drink writer for the publication, decides to find out what New Zealand cuisine really…