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When broccoli met cauliflower

Ever seen one of these beauties before? Behold, the broccoflower! Also known as the baby of broccoli & cauliflower, or commonly known as a green cauli. Similar in shape and texture to cauliflower, but flaunting the colour of broccoli, this really is magnificent a mash up of the two. Check out our recent recipe that featured in My Gluten Free Bag, using new season broccoflower. It's delicious roasted, steamed, or even enjoyed raw!

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Royal Cheese Scones

What better way to celebrate the long weekend than with some delicious baking! This yummy recipe is super quick and easy, resulting in light and fluffy scones. You’ll just need a few pantry staples that you should be able to find in the kitchen – go on, it’s time to be treated like a royal!

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Angélys Pears

We love having the country's finest produce in our Food Bags and are passionate about bringing fresh local produce to our foodies. Check out this sweet and interesting variety of pear and see how we're incorporating the juiciness into our menus.

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Happy National Lamb Day!

To celebrate National Lamb Day, May 24th, we've created a delicious meal highlighting our quality New Zealand free range lamb in the best possible way – it's a foodie day after all! We're lucky to have such great quality right in our backyard. What better way to celebrate this iconic day than tucking into top notch New Zealand lamb at the dinner table?

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Mother's Day Mug Cake

This yummy mug cake is easy enough for little foodies to make themselves! Treat mum this Mother's Day with a sweet treat, preferably for breakfast!

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In Season – Mandarin Mini Loaves

These little loaves will be here one minute and gone the next. Once baked, they're finished with a yummy mandarin marmalade (see previous recipe).

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In Season – Mandarin Chicken with Jasmine Rice

This will soon be a family favourite! Delicious for big and little foodies. This recipe uses mandarin zest and juice, you will need 2-4 mandarins depending on juiciness!

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In Season – Mandarin & Ginger Marmalade

This marmalade is definitely worth it! This sweet and tangy marmalade goes perfectly on scones, toast, crêpes or even better, our mini mandarin loaves. Enjoy!

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In Season – Mandarin & Macadamia Crumbed Fish with Braised Fennel, Candied Yams & Beets

For this recipe, you'll use 4 mandarins. Zest all of them, juice 2 and segment the remaining 2 onto the oven tray with beets and yams. Delish!

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In Season Pumpkins

When we think of autumn, we immediately think of pumpkin! The name derives from the Greek word meaning 'large melon.' Funny that, it indeed belongs to the same family as melons, cucumbers and courgettes! As pumpkins contain seeds and grow on vines, it is in fact considered a fruit, rather than a veggie – who knew?!

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The Perfect Roast Potato

Crunchy, golden, mouth-watering perfection. We're confident these spuds will be on your go to recipe list from now on. Pair them with your favourite aioli or hollandaise and then prepare for your taste-buds to go to heaven.

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Harissa Harvest Salad with Puy Lentils & Buffalo Yoghurt

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CHAI TEA LATTÉ

Cold weather calls for a comforting cuppa to warm you from the inside out. Our favourite for this autumn is our aromatic chai tea latte! Easy to make and the perfect treat for two, we hope you indulge and enjoy it on a cool autumn morning or cosy night in.

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Baked Apples with Nut Crumble & Salted Caramel Sauce

With colder weather calling, it's the time we start to crave something warming and sweet as an after dinner treat. We've created an indulgent Apple Crumble that's perfect for a cosy night in, or for delighting your friends taste buds at a dinner party!

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Roast Chicken with Leek, Walnut & Blue Cheese Stuffing

Whether you're having a Sunday roast with the family or entertaining guests, our Roast Chicken is a crowd pleaser that'll leave everyone blissfully full and content. The leek, walnut & blue cheese stuffing is a flavoursome change from a traditional roast which we think you'll love!

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TURMERIC ROASTED CAULIFLOWER with Toasted Quinoa & Broccolini Salad

Salads don't just have to be for the summer time. With autumnal roasted veggies and toasted quinoa, this fragrant dish is food for the stomach and for the soul! It'll warm you up and give you the comfort of a warm wintery meal. Enjoy!

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IN SEASON APPLES

Served fresh in a salad, baked into a warming crumble, prepared as a relish, eaten on their own, or controversially, with a dollop of peanut butter (give it a try!)... apples are coming into the season where they're fresh, crisp and ready to be a staple in your Autumn diet, no matter what way you prefer them. This delicious fruit is in abundance in NZ over the coming months, so to make the most of them we have some appetising apple recipes created just for you!

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Fondue For Two

Share the love of food this Valentine's and prepare our decadent Fondue For Two for a special loved one!

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In Season Tomatoes

Diced into salsa, sliced into sammies, cooked into sauce or squeezed into juice. Tomatoes are without a doubt one seriously versatile fruit. That’s right – a fruit! We've got some delicious bonus recipes to utilise tomatoes while they're at their peak and tasting the best!

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5 ways with Coconut Yoghurt

Coconut yoghurt is all the rage, and it’s no wonder with all the tasty ways you can use it. Not only can it be scooped onto your breakfast or used as a meat marinade like in our Coconut BBQ Chicken but we’ve thought of 5 other clever ways to use it that we thought you might like.

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