Christchurch 2016

8-10 Apr, Fri–Sun 10am–5pm, Horncastle Arena

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Ray McVinnie

As former Cuisine magazine food editor and food columnist for the Sunday Star Times magazine, and now Consulting Food Director for the New Zealand Herald’s Bite magazine, Ray shares his long-time passion for good cooking with thousands of New Zealanders.
He was a professional chef for many years and is an award winning food stylist and food and travel writer, winning the 2005 NZ Guild of Food Writers Visuals Award, the 2006 New Zealand Magazine Publishers Association award for Journalist of the Year, Home and Food Category and the 2009 New Zealand Guild of Foodwriters, Tui Flower Recipe Award. In 2008 he was invited to present his paper on kumara at the prestigious Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery at Oxford University UK. Ray was also one of the star judges in the original first 5 series of TVNZ’s Masterchef NZ. He is the author of five cookbooks. He lectured in Gastronomy for many years at AUT. He is a consultant for all areas of food, food service and food and design.


See Ray McVinnie live in Christchurch 2016 Change city

Saturday 9 April
At home in the kitchen
2:30pm-3:15pm Whirlpool Cooking Theatre

Culinary legend Ray McVinnie helps you enjoy your time in the kitchen by building up a repertoire of great recipes that you can feel relaxed about making. In this demo, he’ll show you how to make an easy tomato and cheese tart, roasted beef fillet with soft boiled egg and anchovy dressing, and a quick dessert of fruit with tamarind.

Sunday 10 April
At home in the kitchen
11am-11:45am Whirlpool Cooking Theatre

Culinary legend Ray McVinnie helps you enjoy your time in the kitchen by building up a repertoire of great recipes that you can feel relaxed about making. In this demo, he’ll show you how to make an easy tomato and cheese tart, roasted beef fillet with soft boiled egg and anchovy dressing, and a quick dessert of fruit with tamarind.


Recipes by Ray McVinnie


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