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(Shortlisted for the Publishing Association of New Zealand Book Design Awards – Best Cookbook 2016)

‘Bronwyn Kan and her 12 bloggers/cook make this ode to wholesome, delicious eating inspirational.’ New Zealand Herald ‘Whole features the people, ingredients and philosophies transforming the New Zealand food scene right now.’ Dish ‘a handsome hardback featuring the food and stories of New Zealand wholefood advocates.’ Kia Ora Magazine ‘a feast of simple and delicious wholefood dishes.’ NEXT ‘food is the hero in this handsome cookbook.’ North & South ‘Whole is full of ways to make the most out of even the smallest amounts of fresh produce and other foods you have on hand.” The Rural ‘The book is beautifully produced, with bite size recipe sections for each of our inspirational women.’ Booksellers NZ



(Winner of the Publishing Association of New Zealand Book Design Awards – 
Best Cookbook 2016)

‘This collection of recipes celebrates New Zealand produce and game with easy to prepare dishes that come from the heart…This is hearty, seasonal food cooked with a no-fuss approach.’ MindFood ‘Wanaka based chef Angelo Georgalli shares his love of the region through scenic photos, maps and, most importantly, simple, tasty recipes of the game found there.’ NZ Listener ‘These easy to prepare recipes all celebrate balance with nature and respect for our wildlife.’ Rural Living ‘For a fantastic taste of the wild, Angelo Georgalli’s The Game Chef solves the problem of how to cook a wide range of food, from Rainbow trout to wild hare.’ The Best of the Coast ‘The recipes are simple… The ingredients bring out the best flavours in the wild meats, and they’re not shy in using plenty of cream and butter to do so.’ Booksellers NZ ‘The Game Chef’s design and photography speaks directly – not only to its intended audience, but to the story of the food. It has a strong sense of place, cleanly laid-out recipes, and makes fine use of an attractively illustrated graphic system. The designer’s production choices – a stamped cloth cover, uncoated text pages and gritty photography – give it an earthy, yet elegant ruggedness.’ PANZ Book Design Awards - Judges’ Comments



‘With the aim of proving that New Zealand has a goodly number of accomplished women in the field… It was an ambitious project; the result is a triumph.’ North & South

‘there are intelligent three-word-inspired works here that would never have been created without this book. And there’s proof that talented female comics makers do exist, right here in Aotearoa.’ NZ Listener

‘It’s all very clever, entertaining and inspiring.’ Kia Ora Magazine

‘Humorous, thought-provoking and magical.’ NZ Woman’s Weekly

‘a beautiful book full of a wide range of excellent and strange homegrown artwork and storytelling. Highly recommended.’ Beatties Blog