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6 tasty ways to use up overripe bananas

6 tasty ways to use up overripe bananas

Nutrient-rich bananas are a staple in most fruit bowls. In fact, Countdown lists bananas as their number one grocery list item, with Kiwis buying a whopping 18kgs of bananas per person last year.
10 cheat day meals you need in your life

10 cheat day meals you need in your life

You’ve been knee-deep in quinoa, kale and coconut all week. Your mind is telling you no, but your body is telling you yes. It’s time for cheat day. Here are 10 of our most indulgent meals you need for that naughty day off.
Crostini

How to make crostini 7 ways

These crostini recipes also make great sandwiches for kids lunchboxes, just swap out the crostini for your favourite sandwich bread and pop another slice on top to close.
Winter greens

Five of the best: Winter greens

Sauté, stir-fry, sweat, steam or salad? Greens are versatile and go well with virtually any flavour profile, whether spicy, citrusy, smoky, or creamy, and lend themselves to most cooking techniques too.
Best recipes from NZ Woman's Day

Best recipes from NZ Woman’s Day

New Zealand’s most-popular glossy, Woman’s Day has been serving a vibrant mix of powerful stories, shared experiences, expert advice and the best celebrity gossip and photos for nearly 30 years.
Paleo recipes

Paleo recipes

Paleolithic eating or the 'caveman diet' as it is otherwise known mimicks the way our ancestors ate. It claims to help followers achieve optimal health, minimise the risk of chronic disease and lose weight. The Paleo diet is based on grass-fed meat, fish and seafood, eggs, and non-starchy fruits and vegetables. Nuts and oils such as olive, walnut, flaxseed, coconut, avocado and macadamia are also allowed. Grains, legumes, dairy, refined sugar and oils, and processed foods are not allowed.
Wok magic: our favourite Asian greens

Wok magic: our favourite Asian greens

We’re so lucky to have a huge selection of Asian greens available. Here’s our guide to the most common ones so you can master authentic Asian cuisine at home.
Guilt free pleasures

Guilt free pleasures

From burgers to booze, dietitian Susie Burrell spills the beans on which ‘forbidden’ foods aren’t so bad after all.