Wednesday, February 11, 2015

'London's best party' comes to Waiheke

12 , February

Isn't it a wonderful moment when you plate a dish and it resembles the recipe photograph perfectly? It's Cook the Books columnist David Parker's ultimate goal, and this week's Yotam Ottolenghi cookbook test involved an intimidating challenge. Kyle Street's cooking demonstation on Tuesday evening removed all intimidation from beautiful Depot recipes - he made making pasta seem like child's play, check out the photos!
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Fresh Apricot and Chocolate Croissant Cakes

Juicy apricots and rich dark chocolate make these small versions of a classic bread and butter pudding the ultimate weekend treat.

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Moroccan Chickpea, Beetroot and Mint Burgers

Yes, it’s meat-free but even avowed carnivores will enjoy this flavour-packed burger. Don’t skimp on the herbs and spices, and I love it with lashings of crushed avocado too.

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Sam Mannering's Coconut and Mango Tapioca

The mere mention of tapioca brings back, for some, unpleasant memories of childhood and/or school, but Sam Mannering can proudly say that he has converted plenty of committed tapioca haters with this delicious dessert.

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Gallery - The Long Table with Kyle Street

On Tuesday evening Depot Eatery popped up at Auckland's Kouzina showroom for the first of our Long Table cooking demonstration and dinner series.

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Cook the Books - Plenty More

David Parker prepares an unusual Greek inspired aubergine dish from one of the most popular cookbooks of 2014/2015, Yotam Ottolenghi's 'Plenty More'. Is it worth the hype?

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'London's best party' comes to Waiheke

London's hip CRATE Brewery is set to pop up on Waiheke Island this Valentine's day in the form of a day of music, street eats, craft beer and cocktails.

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