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Inside the August New Zealand Issue

Inside the August New Zealand Issue

Take a look inside our August New Zealand issue - marking the 100th issue for the magazine!

Inside the August New Zealand Issue

The August issue is MiNDFOOD’s 100th edition, having launched in March 2008.

Editor-in-chief, Michael McHugh, says he is proud of what MiNDFOOD has achieved over those 100 issues. “It is the reader that has driven MiNDFOOD to what it has become today, with the range of different media platforms and content. Our Smart Thinking content has found a niche with readers. Today’s 100th issue feels as relevant and focused with its range of content, as did our launch issue, all those years ago.”

Please find below the range of content from MiNDFOOD’s 100th issue.

COVER STORY: ANTONIA PREBBLE

In an exclusive interview, Antonia Prebble, shares with us her work on Westside, and how she stays grounded, surviving the tumultuous nature of Hollywood. The down-to-earth actress also shares her tips for staying positive and her passion for charity work.

WINTER COOKBOOK SPECIAL

This month, MiNDFOOD delivers a free Winter Cookbook for every reader, full of recipes to make over the cold winter months. A warming Mediterranean feast, easy-to-make baked treats, plus Mike McEnearney, chef from Kitchen by Mike and No. 1. Bent St, joins MiNDFOOD with his heartfelt food, using seasonal produce.

We travel to Wellington to discover the cool chefs and hot new restaurants in the capital. Plus, we offer you suggestions for the unusual match of coffee and cheese.

PSYCHOLOGY:

This month, MiNDFOOD looks at how to acknowledge and overcome self-deception, and break the cycle of not being true to ourselves.

BEAUTY: HOW TO BE COMFORTABLE IN YOUR OWN SKIN

In a beauty world that has become increasingly dominated by bespoke products and formulations, understanding your skin type and caring for sensitive skin isn’t always straightforward. We have advice on taking a less-is-more approach.

TRAVEL: SPOTLIGHT ON DUNEDIN

With its thriving art scene and bustling cafes, there is a lot more to the South Island’s second largest city than one might first think, and every reader can go into the draw to win a weekend in Dunedin.

 

To interview the editor-in-chief, email [email protected]

 

 

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