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23 minutes | Jan 8, 2021
On this episode, we’re exploring how technology has changed the way restaurants and bars connect with food and drink suppliers. Ram Naran from HospoConnect joins us to talk about his background in the food industry, why he developed the app, and what his future plans are. Make sure you subscribe wherever you get your podcasts!
27 minutes | Dec 21, 2020
Just in time for Christmas, Ruth Pretty joins us with some holiday cooking tips for you. We spent the morning in Te Horo also chatting to her about her background, how the pandemic has changed her business and her thoughts on New Zealand food. Find us on: Instagram @honeycombe_nz Facebook @honeycombenz Twitter @honeycombe_nz Website www.honeycombe.co.nz
42 minutes | Nov 11, 2020
Nate Smith from Gravity Fishing joins us on our latest episode! Nate was down in Wellington for the Eat New Zealand Food Hui so we caught with him to chat about his thoughts on the New Zealand fishing industry, concerns about the Quota Management System and great ideas for accessibility to our fish for everyone. Make sure you subscribe to to the honeycombe podcast on your favourite listening app! Find us on: Instagram @honeycombe_nz Facebook @honeycombenz Twitter @honeycombe_nz Website www.honeycombe.co.nz
50 minutes | Nov 4, 2020
Wellington Food Stories Speaker Series 4
On the final episode of our special collab with Visa Wellington On a Plate, Sam Scott talks to Steve D'Souza of Taste of Home, Rick Unuia of Soul Shack, Tee Phee of Little Penang and Tom Kirton of Tommy Millions. They talk about today’s food scene in Wellington, how they started their iconic establishments and the importance of accessible food. The Wellington Food Story Speaker Series took place at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa during the 2020 festival. Make sure you subscribe to the honeycombe podcast to catch all of the episodes!
60 minutes | Nov 2, 2020
Wellington Food Stories Speaker Series 3
On the third episode of our special collab with Visa Wellington On a Plate, Kelli Brett talks with Grant Allen, Martin Bosley, Lois Daish and Julie Clark about the Wellington dining scene of the 80s and 90s. They talk about finding new ingredients, people wanting better lunch options and working conditions in the kitchens. We have one more episode from the Wellington Food Story Speaker Series that took place at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa during the festival. Make sure you subscribe to the honeycombe podcast to catch all of the episodes!
44 minutes | Oct 28, 2020
On the latest honeycombe episode, we’re chatting to Hayden McMillan of @floriditas. He chats to us about his career path, what he’s learned from opening his own restaurant and taking the reigns of a Wellington icon. Find us on: Instagram @honeycombe_nz Facebook @honeycombenz Twitter @honeycombe_nz Website www.honeycombe.co.nz
27 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
Wellington Food Stories Speaker Series 2
On the second episode of our special collab with Visa Wellington on a Plate, Redmer Yska gives us the history of coffee in Wellington. He talks about Alexander Turnball’s Dragon Coffee roastery, the Cafe Au Lait coffee house for dock workers on Customhouse Quay, and how the coffee of that time was probably nothing like today’s flat white. The Wellington Food Story Speaker Series is taking place at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa each Wednesday in October. Make sure you subscribe to the honeycombe podcast to catch all of the episodes.
43 minutes | Oct 14, 2020
On our regular podcast episode this week we’re talking local gin (and whiskey) this week with Frankie Mcphail from Southward Distilling. She tells us about the process of distilling spirits, setting up a local distillery on Wellington’s iconic Cuba Street, and her struggles with tonic. Search for honeycombe wherever you get your podcasts and make sure you subscribe! Find us on: Instagram @honeycombe_nz Facebook @honeycombenz Twitter @honeycombe_nz Website www.honeycombe.co.nz
39 minutes | Oct 13, 2020
Wellington Food Stories Speaker Series 1
We’re bringing you a special collaboration with Visa Wellington on a Plate. The Wellington Food Story Speaker Series is taking place at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. On this episode, Liz Mellish talks through the importance of food in Wellington's history from the perspective of Tangata Whenua. She talks about the kai that was prevalent before 1840. She guides us through our moana (ocean), awa (rivers and streams), māra (gardens and cultivation) and ngahere (bush and forest). Subscribe on your favourite listening app so you never miss an episode!
43 minutes | Sep 30, 2020
Claire Edwards and Troy Bramley
Claire and Troy from Tora Collective join us for a chat about their adventures in setting up a company to bring you fresh and sustainable kaimoana from the Wairarapa coast. We chat to them about the challenges of owning an independent fishing business and being part of the Eat New Zealand Kaitaki Collective. If you’ve ever tried getting your head around the New Zealand quota management system, this episode can help you out. Follow us on Instagram @honeycombe_nz, Facebook @honeycombenz and Twitter @honeycombe_nz.sus
56 minutes | Mar 15, 2020
Episode 31 with Jackie Lee Morrison
Jackie Lee Morrison from Lashings in Wellington joins us to talk about the realities of owning a small business, the cost of running a business, and an update on her health. Make sure to subscribe to our podcast on your favourite listening app so you never miss an episode! lashingsfood.com honeycombe.co.nz @honeycombe_nz @asherboote @stevenccochran
27 minutes | Dec 21, 2019
Episode 30: Leftovers with Sam Dinsdale
For our final episode of 2019, we're having a chat with our friend Sam Dinsdale about what to do with your holiday leftovers. Sam gives us her ideas about using up leftover ham, turkey, desserts and more. Make sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode! Check out Sam's website at dinswithdins.com and her Instagram account @dinswithdins
20 minutes | Dec 15, 2019
Wine: The Basics with Simon Bell
If you're new to wine tasting or just want to increase your knowledge we have a new series of podcasts for you. Simon Bell @anotherwineguy joins Steve to tell him about the basics of wine. They discuss the New Zealand wine industry, the best way to taste wine, and a simple exercise you can try at home. A big thanks to Drunken Octopus in Wellington for giving us a recording space for this episode. https://www.drunkenoctopus.club/
33 minutes | Oct 30, 2019
Episode 29 with Kristine Bartley
Kristine Bartley from Sweet Release Cakes & Treats in Wellington joins us this week. She talks to us about her decision to switch to a vegan cafe and how a vegan diet has improved her health. She also has a good discussion with Asher about keeping your hospitality staff safe. Make sure you subscribe so you never miss an episode! www.sweetreleasecakesandtreats.co.nz www.facebook.com/theveganvault/
37 minutes | Oct 16, 2019
Episode 28 with Chetan Pangam
On the podcast this week we have Chetan Pangam from One80 Restaurant and Lounge Bar in Wellington. He talks to us about growing up in India then moving to New Zealand. Chetan also talks to us about Diwali and some of the food associated with it. Make sure you subscribe so you never miss an episode! one80restaurant.co.nz
31 minutes | Oct 2, 2019
Episode 27 with Matt Dagger
Matt Dagger joins us this week from Wellington's Kaibosh food rescue organisation. He talks to us about growing up in the Bombay Hills around orchards, what Kaibosh is all about, and their expansion into Kapiti. Make sure you subscribe so you never miss an episode! https://www.kaibosh.org.nz/
45 minutes | Sep 18, 2019
Episode 26 with Tom Kirton
In this episode, we have an extended chat to Tom Kirton from Tommy Millions pizza. Tom chats to us about his New Zealand food memories, how he found his love for pizza and how he handles owning multiple locations. Make sure you subscribe so you never miss an episode! https://www.tommymillions.co.nz/
38 minutes | Sep 4, 2019
Episode 25 with Julie Clark
Julie Clark from Floriditas joins us on this episode to talk about her adventurous early days of cooking abroad, coming home to New Zealand to set up her own businesses and what it takes to run a successful restaurant.
31 minutes | Aug 21, 2019
Episode 24 with Sam Forbes
Sam Forbes joins us to talk about his business Shelly Bay Baker. He tells us about moving to New Zealand from the UK, how he got interested in bread and how he uses New Zealand-grown grains in his bread. https://shellybaybaker.co.nz/
28 minutes | Aug 7, 2019
Episode 23 with Sam Whitney
Sam Whitney from Heyday Beer Co joins us to talk about switching his career from being a chef to becoming a brewer. He tells us about moving here from the US, how he got started in brewing and what's in store for Beervana this year.
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