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Having spent a month munching my way through the National Lamb Day, Cuisine Artisan Awards, Cheese Awards and NZ watermelon month, it has somewhat softened the approach of autumn, I am always reluctant to give up summer.
Although as always with a seasonal change there are things to look forward to.  My quince are ready to pick and the recent rain has hopefully helped my tiny feijoas to ripen and grow into decent sized fruit.
While autumn is here the days are still balmy and I am hoping those quince last long enough for the weather to cool enough to stand in the kitchen making quince paste.
Happy Cooking!


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Cuisine Artisan Awards 2016

This month sees New Zealand’s most talented artisan food producers awarded for their talents in the Cuisine Artisan Awards 2016.  The winners delicious and innovative products range from frankfurters to ice cream. This year is the eighth in the annual Cuisine Artisan … Read more »


National Lamb Day 2016

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