My Food Bag Launches Homegrown Taste Adventures To Celebrate Nadia’s Farm

My Food Bag has rolled out its latest meal kit offering to allow Kiwi foodies to recreate dishes featured on Three’s new programme, Nadia’s Farm.

My Food Bag is a proud sponsor of Nadia’s Farm, an unfiltered look at New Zealand celebrity chef Nadia Lim and her husband Carlos as they re-establish Royalburn Station, airing Wednesday nights.

Delivering the fresh and high-quality ingredients seen on TV directly to Kiwi kitchens, My Food Bag is releasing meal kits inspired by meals seen on Nadia’s Farm and has introduced a farm shop stocked with products from Royalburn Station and other boutique local suppliers. 

According to Jo Mitchell, Chief Customer Officer of My Food Bag, supporting Nadia’s Farm is a way to honour the best of Kiwi food and the farms that help make it possible for us. 

“All too often, when we think about creating taste adventures in the kitchen, we only think of amazing foreign cuisine. But we want to make sure Kiwis can also keep in touch with the cuisine on Kiwi farms and the best homegrown products across the motu,” said Mitchell.

“So, if you’re inspired by Nadia’s life on the farm but not quite ready to leave the city, we can bring a little of Nadia’s lifestyle to your kitchen.”

This week’s offering is packed with taste and star power, showcasing All Black Sam Cane’s Venison & Bacon Smash Burger with Horseradish Aioli & Cheddar, inspired by Cane’s deer farming background, and Nadia’s Gourmet Royalburn Lamb Rumps with Roasted Garden Veggies & Feta Whip. Served on a bed of sweet roasted kumara and baby beets, it is elevated simplicity at its best!

Using My Food Bag’s farm shop section on the website or app, foodies can also buy meat from Royalburn Station, including Lamb Ribeye and a Venison Sliders Kit, delicious extras from boutique suppliers such as Clevedon Buffalo Tartinade and a fresh-farm kit to create Scones with Cream & Augustines of Central Doris Plum Jam.

With new recipes released each week, stay tuned to find out what’s next – Nadia’s Farm airs on Wednesdays at 7:30 pm on Three and ThreeNow.

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