Podcast: It’s the Dietary Requirements Christmas special!

Dietary Requirements is The Spinoff’s monthly podcast in which we eat, drink and talk about it too, with special thanks to Freedom Farms and Fine Wine Delivery Co.

In this very special – and very, er, extended – festive edition of Dietary Requirements, the gang escapes the confines of the studio for a wholesome jaunt to the countryside.

From the blissful surroundings of the Lawn Bar at The Hunting Lodge in Waimauku, we talk grape vs grain with Hunting Lodge winemaker Pete Turner and Liberty Brewing’s Joe Wood, all the while enjoying some of executive chef Des Harris’ delicious lunch offerings and a healthy amount of liquid refreshments.

As the drinks flow and surprise guests pop in and out, things get a little less wholesome…

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Dietary Requirements is brought to you by Freedom Farms, which is excited to facilitate good conversations around food provenance in Aotearoa, and Fine Wine Delivery Co, which firmly believes that eating and drinking well is part of a life well lived.


The Spinoff’s food content is brought to you by Freedom Farms. They believe talking about food is nearly as much fun as eating it, and they’re excited to facilitate some good conversations around food provenance in Aotearoa New Zealand.

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