Celebrating the taste of the islands

By Lauraine Jacobs In Recipes

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21st April, 2012
It’s no surprise New Zealanders see our Pacific Island neighbours – with their warm waters, sandy beaches, balmy nights and friendly service – as an ideal holiday destination. The only catch? I’ve never heard anyone rave about Pacific food. But this is changing. The first South Pacific Food & Wine Festival was held at Fiji’s Denarau Island last month, and local and international chefs embraced island produce, showcasing the cuisine in a celebrity chef theatre and cooking a series of  dinners around the resorts. Three Kiwi chefs took the stage: Peter Gordon, master of fusion-style ...

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