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Hi all, 

 

I am a home cook from New Zealand :) and are looking forward to reading your reviews. I love eating good food but have to admit still have admit have a we way to go with my own cooking. But I want to buy some good tools that will last the test of time so hoping your reviews will help me with that. Cheers! 

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Hello to a new member from the land of the long white cloud!

The membership here is from around the world and all levels of culinary ability, so you'll fit in well. If you have a question, then just post it in the relevant forum, or feel free to join in on any topic you find interesting! There are three Professional fora which are read-only unless you are in a culinary trade.

The reviews, articles and photography are all well-worth a look.
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Let me add my welcome too! My husband and I will be traveling to New Zealand next year. We're eager to see the beautiful landscapes and I'll be on the lookout for markets and other ways to discover your food ways. A cookbook is on my list of souvenirs to find.

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Let me add my welcome too! My husband and I will be traveling to New Zealand next year. We're eager to see the beautiful landscapes and I'll be on the lookout for markets and other ways to discover your food ways. A cookbook is on my list of souvenirs to find.

Fantastic, I hope you enjoy your time here. Be sure to visit/ drive up the West coast of the South Island it's beautiful and Stewart Island is well worth the trip if you are of the outdoors type! Cities tend to have a farmers market on Saturday or Sunday, the Dunedin one is quite good. If your in the Oamaru area visit Riverstone kitchen its meant to be quite good and he has his own cookbook. Haha enough about my country though, thanks for your welcome.   

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Welcome, glad to have you at ChefTalk.

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