Monthly Archive for: ‘September, 2017’

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eating away: south america

Maria Middlestead’s travels through South America involved eating everything from manioc in the Brazilian Amazon to guinea pig in the Andes. The Brazilian Amazon only does vivid. Taking small boats to paddle in the dark, we were surrounded by creatures that wanted to poison or eat us. Tip: don’t get lost. Locals drink more lemongrass tea than coffee. The dominant […]

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Wild in Waikato

Jan Bilton — a relative newbie to the Waikato — reports on the recent Food Writers NZ journey into the wilds of the region, expertly organised by Vicki Ravlich-Horan and Waikato Inc. We thought the term ‘wild’ was a misnomer when we arrived at our first port of call — Zealong. Just north of Hamilton, in a picture-perfect 48 acres, […]

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