Every family has their own version of the fish pie and boy I’ve tasted some good ones (I’m talking to you Lou). This one’s perfect for making small bite-sized pies. Now all I need to do is plan a fishing trip.
You may have missed what a huge fan of leftovers I am but just to fill you in – there is something I just adore about yesterday’s food. I also HATE to waste food (it makes me feel sad and guilty) so even if the end result is a disaster I try to resurrect it [...]
Jordan is the new kid on the block here in the Dunedin Industrial Design team. Having spent the last couple of years travelling he has returned to New Zealand to learn the ropes on cooking products. “Visiting my Babcia could almost be completely described through taste and smell.
With all the sugar I consumed over the Christmas holidays I should probably be giving up desserts for January altogether. However it seems a shame to quit cold-turkey when there are so many delicious varieties of fruit in abundance at this time of year
One of my fondest memories as a child is when my mum, sister and I would catch the bus to town and spend the day exploring the city. Usually we would take a packed lunch, but occasionally we were treated to lunch at the tea rooms, where we were allowed to pick a club sandwich [...]
With summer finally gracing us with her presence, I am eagerly anticipating spending several afternoons, when the sun is shining, gathering elderflowers to make cordial and hopefully elderflower champagne, which our colleague Simon (of Simons lemoncello cake ) has very kindly given us a recipe for.
Having spent a good portion of my twenties living and working in the USA I was lucky enough to be a guest at many family gatherings. The most memorable of which was in Salinas, California. My dear friend Eric, whom I met whilst working at the Ski School in Steamboat Colorado, invited my friend Anne [...]
Every week, twice a week Lauren (fellow blogger) and I bake for the Dunedin office; the population of which is predominantly male, which worked out perfectly for this months’ theme of ‘blokes’ food. In the past our efforts to create beautiful cupcakes, and slightly adventurous spinach and feta parcels, didn’t go down too well. The [...]
Outside of the blog team I think that Simone is one of our most regular guest bloggers. It has been a while since she last shared a recipe with us, due mostly in part to the arrival of a beautiful baby girl into this world, and also because she now works remotely from all the [...]
It would seem I’m a bit of a stone fruit fiend. Last week I was at the veggie shop and I couldn’t resist buying bags of apricots – I bought two kilos and there isn’t one left in our fruit bowl! I guess I figure that while the going is good I had better dive right on in and make the most of these seasonal sweet treats.
Having never visited the USA or Canada, I can’t tell you a story about Thanksgiving. I’ve seen Planes, Trains and Automobiles and know how important it was for Steve Martin to get home to his family for this holiday but figured that probably wasn’t enough material to write the Thanksgiving post!
This recipe was created on our cooking day in Dunedin. I couldn’t come up with a lamb recipe to save myself. And I was nervous. After seeing the lamb hung up in Mike’s shed and breaking it down I wanted to give this animal some respect. There is no way you can go through that process and want to cook and serve a mediocre meal.
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