Fusing Chinese and Malaysian ingredients and techniques, Nonya cuisine is typified by complex flavourings, as seen in this elegant curry.
These delicious pancakes are a traditional sweet from Bali, most commonly eaten for breakfast, but they also make a fantastic dessert.
As avowed porkaholics (and ribaholics) we love this version, which is uber-easy to make. You can use either meaty short or long ribs here.
We love this Ho Chi Minh City version, which is very quick to prepare and cook. You can have this on the table within 20 minutes.
These Javanese-style fish cakes are simple to prepare, easy to cook and packed with flavour.
A vibrant dish and a great use of seasonal limes.
A perfect simple dish for the warmer weather.
Pulque is an Mexican milky alcoholic beverage made of fermented agave nectar.
A classic Italian dish calling for the freshest cockles.
This dish from Depot has attained cult status… go forth and cook it!
A summertime favourite from the Ponsonby restaurant SPQR.
Smokey ribs, tart fruit and chilli, hard to beat this combination.
A little easier but equally as delicious as Peking duck.
An historic soup from Xi’an… influenced by the silk road.
Roasted pork, or siu yuk, is one of the most recognisable Asian foods the world over!
A simple recipe with the wonderful addition of smoked pork belly (speck)
A beautiful cake, from a fantastic Kiwi baker.
We all love a good steak sandwich!
Oxtail, pork belly and red wine… this recipe is a winner!
The rib is arguably the most flavourful and popular beef cut, and best when it is aged.
A Thai style vegetable dish… using the ever popular Kale.
Offal cooked the French way!
A wonderful fish cake recipe by a master smoker.
Simple dish, best cooked over coals… but the grill is a good alternative!