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This is fast food that you can make at home at less cost and with no health worries. Packed with lots of hints and tips, this book is a delightful kitchen companion, just like the TV show and Michael Van de Elzen’s signature style of cooking.
MasterChef NZ winner Brett McGregor’s second book is packed with delicious recipes that are easy and quick to make. Something for everyone, and a treasure trove of recipes for the family.
With over 85 recipes and an essay on her fascinating life in food, this book serves as a classic guide to New Zealand’s indigenous food. Anne's recipes also incorporate indigenous ingredients that give her food a truly New Zealand flavour.
This book brings together Annabel's years of kitchen wisdom, with Rose's youthful enthusiasm, to create a fresh new approach to food. Annabel and Rose share their top tips for tweaking recipes to suit special diets and living more sustainably.
In this collection of recipes, Jo Seagar shares her favourite dishes for simple gatherings, special celebrations and those times when a home-made offering saves the day. Accompanied by useful tips, this is an indispensable kitchen-to-table companion.
Part recipe book, part food and travel memoir, this book tells the story of a Kiwi family who brought a slice of France to the central Auckland suburb of Parnell.
Part cookbook, part homage to the beauty and appeal of life of Waiheke Island, this book recounts Robyn and Nick Jones' extraordinary journey to create this iconic vineyard and restaurant, now such an important part of the Waiheke landscape.
New Zealand's favourite cafes open their recipe books to share best-loved dishes from their menus. A celebration of our thriving café culture and the places, people and food that make it special.
With photographs taken on location and a text that describes a fascinating life that has taken this enterprising chef from London to Europe, and Scandinavia to New Zealand, this is a cookbook with a difference.
Wellington-based blogger, Beth Brash and her photographer sister Alice Lloyd spent a summer capturing the essence of Cuba Street, visiting all the eateries and shops, interviewing and collecting recipes. The fascinating result is this book.
Legendary Ponsonby restaurant S.P.Q.R has been a magnet for Auckland diners for more than 20 years. This cookbook shares dishes from the menu, all carefully translated and tested for the home cook.
Ima Cuisine draws on the work of Haifa-born Yael Shochat, founder and manager of Ima, a popular restaurant and deli in Fort Street, central Auckland. Written with the home cook in mind, the dishes are straightforward, simple and work every time.
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