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(2) Chefs Peter Gordon and Michael Meredith inject Maori hospitality into inflight cuisine.

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(1) Bistronomy, helmed by chef James Beck.

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(3) Besides wines, olives and seafood, other farm produce such as artichokes are plucked from the ground just hours before it is prepared.

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(4) My Food Bag believes anyone can whip up a tasty meal with their DIY parcels of ingredients and recipe cards delivered right to the home.

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(5) Cameron Ormsby's catch from the river and sea.

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(6) One of Pasture's creations is Potato, Seaweed & Black Truffle.

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(7) Crisp Salmon Skin and toppings was one of the entrees offered at the recent FAWC!'s event by Bistronomy.

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(8) Chef Peter Gordon.

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IF you're a hardcore foodie headed to New Zealand for the first time because you've heard how good the produce is, its national airline knows how impatient you can be. That's why Air New Zealand roped in top Kiwi chefs Peter Gordon and Michael Meredith to prepare inflight menus that give you a

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