Crisp and firm biscotti is a perfect match for your morning coffee or afternoon cup of tea. Combining a decadent nutella flavour with subtle hints of coffee, this recipe will have you wanting to move to Italy.
Save money by turning cheap ice cream into incredible gourmet flavours by buying a two-litre tub of ice cream and creating never-ending flavours from the most wonderful combinations. Here are two of our favourites.
This pull-apart pastry pie is a fantastic dish to whip up for your next gathering. It looks and tastes incredible, but it really is extra simple to make. The spinach and sausage filling is bound to be a crowd-pleaser!
Like a little roast dinner in a bun, these lamb and minted pea sliders are such a fantastic idea for snacks when entertaining guests! Prepare the lamb ahead of time to make things completely fuss-free on the day.
Whip up a batch of these finger lickin’ teriyaki drumsticks next time you’re entertaining guests. They’re as simple as anything to throw together, and make a party snack that is sure to please the crowd.
Get game day ready with these finger-licking nibbles recipes. They're super easy to prepare and perfect for snacking on during those edge-of-your-seat moments throughout the game. May the best team win!
A pork shoulder is an exceptional centrepiece for a dinner party and it’s very low stress to prepare, as long as you get the crackling right! This tantalising Nici Wickes recipe will show you how to nail it every time.
Here are our tips for hosting the perfect dinner party in the depths of winter, including all our best recipes for keeping everyone warm and nourished. So pour a glass of mulled wine and make a toast to beating the winter blues for another year!
Help more Kiwi children learn to grow and enjoy fresh food by hosting your own Garden to Table Garden Party to raise funds for this important cause. Follow our autumnal orchard tea menu, or cook up your very own.
Cooked a day ahead, coq au vin is a brilliant and easy-to-make dish for serving a large group. With the flavours of wine, mushrooms, smoky bacon and thyme, the slow-cooked chicken is always succulent and juicy.