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Cuisine - - CRISPY BITS -

1 Ten per cent of sales of Wooden Spoon’s Birth­day Cake, a cake bat­ter ice cream with rain­bow sprin­kles, goes to Welling­ton food res­cue op­er­a­tion Kai­bosh, and the

Cui­sine Ar­ti­san Award win­ners are also run­ning monthly ice cream par­ties for com­mu­nity groups that Kai­bosh sup­ports. RRP$9 for a 500g tub. wood­en­spoon­freez­ery.com 2 West Auck­land brew­ery Black Sands’ new­est beer is a nod to the South African her­itage of its founder, Ian Heb­bleth­waite. Named for the large South African pop­u­la­tion of the North Shore sub­urb, Browns Bay Tea Party is brewed with rooi­bos tea and has a unique nutty, woody flavour. RRP$8.95 for a 500ml bot­tle. black­sands­brew­ing.co.nz 3 Devon­port Choco­lates’ new dairy-free milk cho­co­late, Samoan Trini­tario Ca­cao Co­conut Milk, is made with co­conut pow­der and sin­gle ori­gin ca­cao beans from Moa Es­tate, re­sult­ing in a smooth, creamy tex­ture and a slightly earthy tone. $14.90 for 80g. de­von­portchoco­lates.co.nz 4 Made tra­di­tion­ally with a cream and milk blend and lac­tic cul­ture, Lewis Road Cream­ery Sour Cream is a de­li­ciously tangy sour cream with no ad­di­tives. RRP$4 for a 200g tub. lewis­road­cream­ery.co.nz 5 J. Friend & Co’s lat­est re­lease is Chunky Honey, a beau­ti­ful chunk of raw hon­ey­comb sus­pended in beech­wood honey­dew honey. $12.95 for a 160g jar. jfriend.co.nz

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