Food

Aloo Gobi Ė Cheap, Dirty & Delicious

Posted 7:03pm Thursday 2nd August 2018 by The Scarfie Chef

Aloo gobi is great because it is simple, delicious, and it sounds like a dirty joke. It’s also incredibly cheap because it’s based on potato, which is basically free, and it just uses all the standard spices from your drawer, no specialty pastes or anything.  The key is frying Read more...

How To Be a Less Shit Cook | Onion Dip

Posted 6:24pm Thursday 26th July 2018 by The Scarfie Chef

Have you been searching for the perfect food to serve friends on any occasion? Look no further because the classic kiwi onion dip is undoubtedly the GOAT. It combines delicious flavours with luscious textures while maintaining a balance of simplicity and flair. One of its best features is that even Read more...

Rice Ball Reviews

Posted 7:11pm Thursday 19th July 2018 by Joel MacManus

Sushi Station The rice ball was warm. Weird. While abnormal for sushi, it was not altogether unpleasant. It’s also a sign that they were probably very freshly made and didn’t have time to cool down, so that’s a good thing.  The rice was a flavour explosion, and it was Read more...

Advertorial : Nandos Review

Posted 7:47pm Thursday 24th May 2018 by Chelle Fitzgerald

Ah, Nando’s – cemented firmly in the halls of Dunedin’s upper echelons of fast food, this bad boi is most certainly a cut above. Last week I was keen for a squawkin’ good hangover feed, and I was not disappointed at all by the offerings. I ordered meself a classic chicken Read more...

Critic Food Review | Twinings English Breakfast Tea

Posted 7:40pm Thursday 24th May 2018 by David Emanuel

Twinings English Breakfast Tea is the opposing force to 2018, our last hope before we descend into complete censorship. It is important to clarify that every year the big wigs who write the Oxford English Dictionary add a new word to the dictionary to represent the feeling of the times. This year Read more...

Where Does Stew End and Curry Begin?

Posted 8:11pm Thursday 19th April 2018 by Gordon Oliver

When you reach a certain age you begin to ponder the deeper, more meaningful questions in life. If you have some semblance of intelligence you will be able to work out what question I will be discussing from the title.   Encyclopedia Britannica defines stew as a “dish of meat, poultry, Read more...

Big Ass Burgers for Big Ass Bois (and Gurls)

Posted 5:55pm Thursday 8th March 2018 by Lachie Robertson

Saturday of O-Week was a big one, and the flatties and me were back at the flat after a beer or 20 craving a feed. Obviously, a kebab would’ve been ideal but the old wallet had taken a pounding over the past couple of weeks, so I had to improvise. I opened up the fridge to a pack of mince Read more...

How to make a Spag Bol that isnít shit.

Posted 4:14pm Saturday 24th February 2018 by Lachie Robertson

A spag bol is a lot like a hand job – it can be a good old-fashioned time, or it can be uncomfortable, boring and leave you wanting something more exciting. In other words, a lot of flat spag bols taste like Bill English’s personality. Using this recipe you can ditch the Bill-flavoured Read more...

Quality of free OUSA snags up slightly, still underperforming market standards.

Posted 1:04pm Wednesday 24th January 2018 by Joel MacManus

OUSA’s free sausage sizzle, which runs every Wednesday during summer school, saw a slight uptick in snag quality after a disappointing opening week. The first week saw undercooked snags with a microwavey consistency, well below expectation for many critics. “I'm not angry, Read more...

Chocolate Tart

Posted 12:58pm Sunday 8th October 2017 by Liani Baylis

Do you remember a few weeks ago when I (hopefully) changed your life and told you about aquafaba? That amazing shit inside the chickpea can? Well I’ve finally got my ass into gear to bring you something to make using it. Guess what, team? It’s your lucky day because this delectable tart Read more...

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