ANTIPOCUREAN
(an-tipo-cure-ree-an)
noun. 1. A person (epicurean) devoted to, skilled or knowledgeable in the unique cuisine of the antipodes, namely New Zealand. 

The Antipocurean movement has been established by Alliance Group to expose New Zealand produce and its provenance to the world. 

Our aims and intent are simple: to further the international awareness of the unique cuisine of New Zealand. At the inaugural event we selected what is close to our heart - lamb, beef and venison. 

The Antipocurean Series sees guest chefs from around the world experience first-hand the passion of our farmers, the provenance and terroir of New Zealand and the unique flavours and textures this creates in our products. 

Pictured L-R: Michael Wignall, executive head chef at Michael Wignall restaurant (UK); Wilson Fok, dining editor at Tatler magazine (HK); Simon Lockerby, senior sales manager (Alliance UK); Simon Hulstone, chef proprietor at The Elephant Restaurant (UK); Tim Bruges, business development director at Eat The Kiwi (HK); Wayne Cameron, marketing manager premium products, Alliance NZ; Jim Lofdahl, head chef at Frantzen’s Kitchen, Hong Kong; and Silvio Armanni, executive chef at Octavium (HK).



 

Antipocurean

Our aims and intent are simple: to further the international awareness of the unique cuisine of New Zealand.