Stories make the food we love taste even better. Food blogger and self-taught cook, Perzen Patel sits down weekly with the people in our food trucks, at our farmers’ markets, in home-based kitchens and beyond to talk shop and learn the stories behind the food they serve. If you love eating local, going to food festivals, secretly call yourself a ‘street foodie’ or even dream of one day starting a food truck that serves Nana’s mince pies, this is the podcast for you. Kiwi Foodcast is brought to you by Podcasts New Zealand.
Mons Flavours: Making Food Colourful
Monisha started her journey on Instagram in 2016 when her son opened an account for her to post photos of the colourful smoothies she made. Five years later, she has 75,000 followers and a thriving career as photographer & recipe developer.
Beef Jerky that won't Survive a Bomb Blast
Ash Razmi tasted his first craft beef jerky in USA and couldn’t get enough. He decided to do something about the tough rubbery jerky you find at Kiwi petrol stations and Bootleg Jerky was born.
Going Beyond Butter Chicken
The tables are turned this episode. Find out how the Kiwi Foodcast helped one food entrepreneur launch a new food business and follow her passion to take Kiwis on a journey beyond butter chicken.
A Little Bit of This and a Little Bit of That
Being a Kiwi-born Gujarati, Jayshri wasn't able to translate her mum's 'a little bit of this and that' instructions into successful meals. She decided to write a cookbook that documented her mum's Gujarati delights and talks to us about her journey.
A Food Factory Like No Other!
The Food Bowl is for food entrepreneurs what the Willy Wonka Chocolate factory was for kids. We chat to Alasdair Baxter of the Food Bowl to find out more.
Its Super Shiok la!
Adlena Wong, a recent migrant to NZ, started home based takeout Super Shiok Eats from her Remuera kitchen during the 2020 lockdowns. She started with selling the traditional Nasi Lemak and now sells all kinds of Singaporean street food.