We are so lucky in Canterbury to have oodles of great food talent and without exception the young and creative duo of Rosa and Margo Flanagan, commonly known as the Two Raw Sisters, is amongst them. Both stalwarts of the raw food movement, they use food ingredients that require minimal cooking and are minimally processed.
With its plentiful supplies of rainfall, spring water from pristine sources and lush green rainforests full of the key botanical ingredients, Reefton had everything needed to create world-class spirits. Which is exactly what Reefton Distilling Co., a modern distillery in an age-old town has done.
We talk to the passionate founders of Pottery For The Planet who are utilising their creative talents to change the world for the better, one hand-moulded coffee cup at a time.
The Riverside Market on Oxford Terrace in the heart of the city has opened its doors and is a feast for the eyes…and the stomach!
Barker’s is still located on a corner of the old family farm where Anthony Barker first began harvesting wild elderberries to forge a family business. Fifty years on, the culture of innovation that he instilled is flourishing with Barker’s’ beautiful new foodstore and eatery now open in central Geraldine.
Taiwanese food is versatile, colourful, beautiful and influenced by the rich history and geographical location of Taiwan. It is also delicious. We meet a young couple putting this mouth-watering cuisine on our local map.