In these enlightened times we feast in all manner of ways on the 25th. But the traditional New Zealand Christmas dinner of a perfectly glazed ham, carrots, spuds and peas followed by a berry-packed and boozily indulgent trifle is still incredibly hard to beat. Sophie Gray aces a classic
These courgette and polenta cakes are popular with everyone, especially as they’re loaded with gooey cheese. They are just wonderful for anyone wanting to branch out from potatoes as their go-to source of carbs!
It’s hard to resist freshly crumbed and fried fish, especially during the summer, but what if you’re keen to avoid using bread-crumbs? Polenta can be gritty and rice flour sandy, but this nut crumb is just right!
If you’ve never tried asparagus, egg and prosciutto (or ham or bacon) together, then you’ve been missing out! All the components of this dish pair beautifully together - making it a perfect BBQ side dish.
Whether enjoyed as a side dish to the BBQ's goods or devoured as a light meal all on its own, there is nothing that screams summer dining like a fresh salad. Here are some of our best ideas, all filled with the best of the season's produce.
All you need is four ingredients to bring this simple blackberry and apple jam recipe to life. Share a jar with your nearest and dearest or keep in the pantry a delicious dose of fruity goodness whenever you want
Grilled on the barbecue is our favourite way to eat courgettes. If you want to dress them up, add some sweet peas, mint and, if you like, a little soft feta, ricotta or marinated buffalo cheese like in this recipe.
This jewel-bright jumble of kūmara and goat’s cheese is the perfect side salad for a festive feast. Whether you're hosting Christmas at your place or need a great dish to bring along, this recipe is bound to be a hit.
This platter is a great way to enjoy quality, lean venison as a starter or with other barbecue meats and salads. The salsa is packed with herbs and the hummus adds a lovely creaminess, creating a dish bursting with flavours and texture.