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Dish

Issue 84 June/July 2019

Dish is an award-winning bi-monthly magazine for people who enjoy cooking and reading about good food. It contains inspiring seasonal recipes and stories about food producers, issues and trends around food in New Zealand and overseas. The recipes are beautifully presented and simple to follow and offer inspiration for both accomplished cooks and those keen to try something new.

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New Zealand
Language:
English
Publisher:
Tangible Media Limited
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global flavours

Buckle up: We’re taking you around the world on a culinary journey that will change the way you cook. Our recipes from France to India via Turkey and China (and loads of other countries in between) are designed to tempt you away from your everyday staples to whip up new favourites. We’ve created a series of Mediterranean-inspired dishes that are perfect for sharing (page 52) alongside flavour-packed curries that are deceptively simple to make (page 44) and desserts from around the globe including Canadian Butter Tarts, an Egyptian Basbousa and Chocolate Lebkuchen Cookies from Germany (page 74). In Broaden Your Horizons (page 64) we put regional cuisine on the map (both literally and figuratively) with delights that include a spicy and sour salad, fragrant Goan-style mussels and the Toasted Chilli…

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EDITOR Naomi Larkin naomi.larkin@icg.co.nzFOOD EDITOR Claire Aldous claire.aldous@icg.co.nzDIGITAL EDITOR Isabeau Brimeau isabeau.brimeau@icg.co.nzSUB EDITOR/WRITER Maria Hoyle maria.hoyle@icg.co.nzDESIGN DIRECTOR Sacha Wackrow sacha.wackrow@icg.co.nzDESIGNERS Conor Fox, Lisa LodgeDRINKS EDITOR Yvonne Lorkin yvonne@yvonnelorkin.comCONTENT PRODUCER Emily Bell emily.bell@icg.co.nzCONTRIBUTORSKate Battersby, Julie Biuso, Bryce Carleton, Síana Clifford, Weronika Elantkowska, Josh Griggs, Michael Lewis, Vanessa Lewis, Jane Lyons, Gareth Stewart, Sarah TuckADVERTISINGBusiness development manager Liezl Hipkins-StearTelephone +64 27 706 6035Email liezl.hipkins-stear@icg.co.nzRetail and subscriptions manager Monique BulmanEvents producer Emily HarrisonNew Zealand Distribution Ovato Retail Distribution NZAustralian Distribution Ovato Retail Distribution Pty LtdICG Print David Ashton +64 021 951 403…

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dish.co.nz

LET YOUR TASTE BUDS TRAVELIn light of our Global Flavours Issue, we thought it was only appropriate to entice you with the plethora of multi-cultural recipes on the dish website. Head to Naples with an oversized plate of Puttanesca Pasta, picture yourself in Osaka, Japan with Okonomiyaki or enjoy a taste of the Med with a hearty bowl of Portuguese Seafood Soup with Saffron Potatoes. Visit dish.co.nz; it’s time to taste the world.TAKE YOUR LOVE FOR DISH TO THE NEXT LEVEL BY JOINING OUR DIGITAL COMMUNITY. SIGN UP TO OUR WEEKLY E-NEWSLETTER FOR FOOD NEWS, TRAVEL, HOW-TOs, HOT PRODUCTS, GIVEAWAYS AND REVIEWS. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM AND PINTEREST TOO!DIGITAL dishWant your dish on digital?Subscribe at dish.co.nz/subsBook that flightWinter is coming, which means only one thing: it’s time to escape…

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jet, set, go

How’d you like them apples?Next time you’re feeling peckish, let these mini apples rock your world. Fully mature, juicy and nutritious, they’re great for snacking on-the-go. One serve (two apples) has 65 per cent more potassium, 19 per cent more energy and 10 per cent more fibre than one regular apple. Rockit’s packaging is 100 per cent recyclable and biodegradable, sourced from sustainably managed forests. rockitapple.comLights will guide you homeNo adventure is complete without Pretty Useful Tools’ Hideaway Flashlight. This nifty light comes with a bottle opener, hidden compartment for your cash, and the attached half-moon key ring means you can safely fasten it to your bag or backpack. smithandcaugheys.co.nzTravel by (food) truckWe have no desire to travel around the world in 80 days. We would, however, love to travel…

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what’s on

Matariki Festival HangiJUNE 6ELLEN MELVILLE CENTRE, AUCKLANDTuck into some delicious kai while celebrating and learning about Māori culture at this free event. eventfinda.co.nzWinter F.A.W.C!JUNE 7 – 30HAWKE’S BAYWinter in Hawke’s Bay means blue skies, fireside vino and a host of culinary goodness at the Food and Wine Classic. fawc.co.nzWinetopiaJUNE 14 – 15AUCKLANDRub shoulders with wine scene personalities and raise a glass to the vibrant, crafted wines on offer. winetopia.co.nz2019 FGS ChocoLatteJUNE 16CHRISTCHURCHFo Guang Shan invite you to their Riccarton event for some coffee, choc and chat. eventfinda.co.nzNourish ExhibitionJUNE 17 - 28AUCKLANDA celebration of ceramics, where every creation is a must-see! ceramics.co.nzSeriously Good Food ShowJUNE 29 – 30BAY OF PLENTYLive cooking theatres, a food truck hub, culinary treats… this event ticks all our boxes. seriouslygoodfoodshow.co.nzRenault French FestivalJULY 11 – 14AUCKLANDFour days…

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fine romance

You might say Jacqui and Phil Dixon have the most enviable pantry in Auckland. As owners of fine food store Sabato, they have access to the best imported ingredients. From quality balsamic vinegar and rich olive oil mayonnaise to succulent olives from Verona and buttery Spanish beans, the food-loving pair have a world of flavour at their fingertips.The butler’s pantry has plenty of shelving and a handy second sink.WHAT FIVE THINGS ARE ALWAYS IN YOUR fridge?1 PEDRAZZOLI SMALL GOODS “Particularly the coppa, pancetta and prosciutto.”2 CHEESES “We always have Montanari and Gruzza Parmigiano-Reggiano and a selection of farmhouse NZ cheese on hand.”3 SABATO MAYONNAISES “They’re brilliant as a sauce or dressing.”4 GREEN VEGES “We love a rocket salad with shavings of Parmigiano, extra virgin olive oil and Giusti balsamic vinegar.”5…

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