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Issue 94 January/February 2021

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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English
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in this issue

2 min.
golden christmas pudding

We reckon there’s nothing better than a steaming hot, golden pudding, drizzled in decadent butterscotch sauce, to provide that pleasing, end of dinner satisfaction. Ingredients: Pudding: 350 grams Westgold butter, softened350 grams caster sugar5 eggs, beaten2 oranges, zest only2 lemons, zest only¼ cup brandy150 grams fresh white breadcrumbs150 grams self-raising flour350 grams mixture of dried apricots, peaches, pears, golden sultanas, figs Extra whole dried fruit for bottom of bowl3 tablespoons golden syrupCrushed hazelnuts to serve Brandy Butterscotch Sauce: 1 cup brown sugar2 teaspoons vanilla⅓ cup cream50 grams Westgold butterBrandy to taste Method: Prepare the 20cm pudding bowl by greasing and lining with baking paper. Pour the golden syrup into the bottom of the bowl. Cut the extra whole dried fruit in half horizontally and arrange in a pattern on the syrup. Cut the dried fruit mixture into a small…

3 min.
celebrate good times, come on…

To continue quoting Kool & the Gang – there’s a party going on right here, a celebration to last throughout the years, so bring your good times, and your laughter too. We’re gonna celebrate your party with you! Welcome to our bigger-than-ever, bumper celebration issue. Admittedly, 2020 was not what I would call a vintage year; it feels like the world has been under siege, and yet tucked away down here at the bottom of the planet, we have been incredibly fortunate to escape the worst of it. And in among the stress of lockdowns, face masks and job losses, there have been bright spots too – and this is what we’re here to celebrate. For the dish team a particular highlight was winning the trifecta of top gongs at the…

2 min.
contributors

Weronika Elantkowska Events and digital coordinator @weroelantkowska Weronika – ‘Ronnie’ to the team – is originally from Poznan, Poland, and if you were to meet her in person, she could shoot the breeze with you in any of five languages. Because as well as being a digital whizz (and a lifesaver for dish’s digi offerings during lockdown), she speaks Spanish, German, English, Polish and Greek. In her home country, she did a Masters in Linguistics, then a postgrad diploma in Communication/PR at AUT in Auckland. She came to New Zealand with her Costa Rican husband Andres (they met in Italy). “Although I miss my family, friends, food and snow, we call New Zealand home now,” she says. “I love Mexican and Italian cuisine and of course Polish too; pierogi (dumplings) and barszcz (borscht)…

1 min.
dish.co.nz

Get the most out of dish at dish.co.nz, where you’ll find recipes, both new and old, videos, int erviews and all sorts of other web-exclusive content. Sign up t o our e-newsletter and follow our Instagram and Facebook pages t o stay updated on what ’s going on be tween issues and what w e’re up t o. Views Get to know our team at dish.co.nz – find out what we’re cooking from the latest mag; our reviews of any fabulous cafes, restaurants and bars; the recipe books that earn a permanent place on our kitchen shelves; and what our all-time favourite dish recipes are… Not to mention, you’ll find letters from Alex and Sarah in each and every e-newsletter! Videos If you’ve always wanted to be in the kitchen while Sarah and Claire…

1 min.
our christmas playlist

Kool & The Gang Celebration / Th’ Dudes Bliss /Mariah Carey All I Want For Christmas Is You /The Pogues (feat. Kirsty MacColl) Fairytale of New York /Run-D.M.C. Christmas in Hollis / Sam Smith Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas / The Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra New Zealand Christmas Tree /Smith & Burrows When The Thames Froze /Elton JohnStep into Christmas / The Killers Don’t Shoot Me Santa /Wham! Last Christmas / Chris de Burgh A Spaceman Came Travelling / Chris Rea Driving Home for Christmas Band Aid Do They Know It’s Christmas? (1984 version) /Michael Bublé It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas /The Pretenders 2000 Miles / Sinéad O’Connor Silent Night /Nat King Cole Trio The Christmas Song / Mykola Dmytrovych Leontovych Carol of the Bells /The…

4 min.
in season: cherries

Cherries have long been admired for their seductive beauty, featuring in ancient and modern works of art, and in photographs, books and magazines, but it’s their rich, sweet, juicy flesh that gets cherry lovers rhapsodising. I love the way the glossy, taut skin of a perfect cherry gently cracks as you bite into it, and that rush of deep red juice that rises to the surface of the flesh just before you pop the rest of the cherry in your mouth (hopefully, remembering to expel the cherry stone after!). The pleasure is fleeting – the burst of intense lusciousness quickly dissipates, leaving you wanting another, and another one, and just one more … and so on. Yes, I’m a cherry lover, and not always keen to share. Cherries need little or…