New Zealand and its cuisine
all the hype in Hollywood, New Zealand seems to becoming
not only a very popular destination and but also a place
a lot of people want to know more about.
are flooding in asking me not only about our cuisine,
for recipes, etc but I am also receiving emails from
people just wanting to know more about my adopted country.
If you would like to take a virtual tour of New Zealand,
even more people will be seeking out New Zealand after
'we' scoop all the Oscars for Lord of the Rings, and
if you get the chance do go and see the other New Zealand
movie that has people talking: Whale Rider. I guess
it is what is popularly referred to as a 'chick flick'
but it really is worth watching for seeing the real
New Zealand and some of its culture. But for me, it
was so nice to watch a movie that had no violence, car
chases and foul language in, so check it out!
month then, I am posting recipes for anyone that would
like to have a New Zealand themed dinner party. These
recipes are for dishes that are quintessentially Kiwi;
some are traditional New Zealand recipes, while some
are for dishes that while European in origin they are
popular dishes here, others still are based on traditional
you would like to check out something slightly different
when it comes to New Zealand cuisine; on March 13th,
a little township close to where I live, Hokitika, will
be hosting the annual Wildfood Festival. A celebration
of all the foods that can so easily be gathered here
on the West Coast of the South Island, Hokitika boasts
a population of a mere 3,000 but we will be serving
over 18,000 people on that one day. A plethora of people
will influx from all over New Zealand and indeed the
world for the event. This is the festival that I successfully
took to Singapore in the late 90's, check that out at
my website <click
here> . . . but for the actual festival go to
month, I will update you with photos and a column on
how it all went.
until then check out all these recipes, Happy St David's
Day and have a great month!
on any recipe to view)
and bon appetit . . . . .
quantity (add to taste)
meaning a whole one of
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