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Between Two Beers Podcast
Jason Hoyte: Stepping out of character

Between Two Beers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 80:44


Jason Hoyte is a screen, and voice, actor, radio host, comedian, stage performer, former cricket umpire and father of four.  In this episode we talk about Jason's infamous scene with Nadia Lim on Late NIght Big Breakfast, the chaotic early days of comedy with Sugar and Spice, his relationship with Leigh Hart and the trials and tribulations of putting Bhuja together, working with Ryan Gosling on Young Hercules, His experiences with the ACC, never being too old for smut talk and some love, and life advice.  Jase is a guest we've wanted on the show since we started it  - and we weren't disappointed. He's so often ‘in character' in his public-facing roles, so it was a real treat to peak behind the curtain to find out what really makes him tick. Jase has been a big influence on both of us, he's been involved in many of our favourite productions and just generally cracks us up. He's also lived a hell of a life.  Show notes | Episode 91 | Jason Hoyte 1:38 Jason throws some heat at Mike Lane about the state of the Export Beer Garden Studio 3:08 The influence of Jason on the everyday lexicon – backbone! 5:40 An impressive body of screen acting work 8:46 One of the most well-known voices in New Zealand 13:23 Setting the foundations at Dilworth: maths poetry and school productions 19:47 Sugar & Spice 30:33 West Auckland Hollywood: Xena, Hercules and Young Hercules 34:54 Killing people on Shortland Street 38:12 A breadth of work from Seven Periods with Mr. Gormsby to Power Rangers 41:36 Leigh Hart, Moon TV, and The Late Night Big Breakfast 51:53 Jason and Nadia Lim 55:26 The transition to radio: Bhuja via the Alternative Commentary Collective 1:04:55 Hüsker Dü: The art of throwing people under the bus 1:07:41 The success of the Alternative Commentary Collective 1:14:04 The Big Show with Mike Minogue and Keyzie 1.18.18 Last words from Steven, Seamus and JasonSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Country
Rabobank Best of The Country: August 6, 2022

The Country

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 39:07


Jamie Mackay talks to Steve Maharey, Nadia Lim, Carlos Bagrie, Grant Hobbs, Ray Smith and Damien O'Connor.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RNZ: Nine To Noon
Parenting : Tips for good nutrition for early childhood

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 19:54


Paediatric dietician Jenny Douglas talks to Susie about how to best nourish infants and young children. Jenny runs her own private practice, Jump Start Nutrition in Dunedin. She specialises in infant feeding, food allergies and intolerance, fussy eating and gut health. She has contributed to Nadia Lim's new book Yum which focuses of recipes and nutrition for the whole family.

RNZ: It Takes A Village
Parenting : Tips for good nutrition for early childhood

RNZ: It Takes A Village

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 19:54


Paediatric dietician Jenny Douglas talks to Susie about how to best nourish infants and young children. Jenny runs her own private practice, Jump Start Nutrition in Dunedin. She specialises in infant feeding, food allergies and intolerance, fussy eating and gut health. She has contributed to Nadia Lim's new book Yum which focuses of recipes and nutrition for the whole family.

The Country
The Country 02/08/22: Nadia Lim and Carlos Bagrie talk to Jamie Mackay

The Country

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 9:03


Are these Central Otago farmers the poster couple for sustainable farming? Will their new TV show, currently being filmed, be like a "Celebrity Country Calendar"? We also ask Carlos about relative yields from organic and regenerative farming systems and Nadia offers some handy and healthy eating tips for farmers flat-out calving and lambing.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Country
The Country Full Show: Tuesday, August 2, 2022

The Country

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 36:29


Jamie Mackay talks to Andrew Hoggard, Nadia Lim, Carlos Bagrie, Todd Clark and Sam McIvor.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rural Today Catch Up
REX Podcast Saturday 9th July

Rural Today Catch Up

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 68:20


On this episode…    we wrap the Silver Fern Farms Plate to Pasture conference with CEO Simon Limmer…  We hear from Central Otago farmer Nadia Lim…  You can also listen to Rural Exchange on TodayFM Saturdays & Sundays 6 - 8am.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Magic's Rural Exchange Catchup
REX Podcast Saturday 9th July

Magic's Rural Exchange Catchup

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 67:34


On this episode…    we wrap the Silver Fern Farms Plate to Pasture conference with CEO Simon Limmer…  We hear from Central Otago farmer Nadia Lim…  You can also listen to Rural Exchange on TodayFM Saturdays & Sundays 6 - 8am.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Country
The Country Full Show: Wednesday, July 6, 2022

The Country

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 38:06


Jamie Mackay talks to Nadia Lim, Fraser Whineray, Rod Oram, Todd Charteris and Craig Wiggins.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Country
The Country 06/07/22: Nadia Lim talks to Jamie Mackay

The Country

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 6:43


The celebrity chef and Central Otago farmer was the keynote speaker at yesterday's Silver Fern Farms Plate to Pasture farmer conference in Christchurch, where her key message was consumers crave to know the story behind how their food is grown, even if that includes some of the less palatable stuff.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Simon Barnett & Phil Gifford Afternoons
Six and a Song with Nadia Lim

Simon Barnett & Phil Gifford Afternoons

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 15:36


Nadia Lim is, of course, an immensely popular New Zealand celebrity chef, entrepreneur, author and television personality.  She's back on our screens as a judge of the new series of MasterChef New Zealand. She's also just released a new book called YUM! This one is dedicated to feeding our children nutritious, delicious meals. Nadia Lim joined Si and James for Six and a Song. LISTEN ABOVE 

The Real Pod
DWTS NZ Recap: Week six, a winner is crowned

The Real Pod

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 50:22


Despite the best efforts of Covid-19, Dancing With the Stars persisted all the way to the grand finale. Jazz Thornton was crowned the winner, Clinton Randall did a dance with Nadia Lim to 'My Sharona', and Kerre Woodham danced with a paddle instead of a partner. Also: Jane does a RAT live on pod and Alex recounts a harrowing interview experience with Tina Cross. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Sunday Session with Francesca Rudkin
Nadia Lim: I was completely baffled by the allegations

The Sunday Session with Francesca Rudkin

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 11:12


Did you know it has been 7 years since the last New Zealand season of MasterChef?! I was quite blown away by that ...  The show is back on our screens tonight but not only does judge Nadia Lim have a new TV show out, she also has a new cookbook.This one is dedicated to feeding our children nutritious, delicious meals. And anyone with kids out there knows exactly how hard that can be.  The book is called Yum. Nadia Lim joined Francesca Rudkin on her new cookbook and the latest controversy surrounding MasterChef. LISTEN ABOVE 

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
MasterChef NZ 2022 starts on Sunday night

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 8:21


After a seven-year break, the TV cooking show MasterChef NZ returns to TV screens this Sunday night. Auckland restauranter Michael P Dearth is one of this year's judges, along with chefs Nadia Lim and Vaughan Mabee. He tells Wallace Chapman what we can expect from Season 7.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Kevin Bowler: I don't think that's at all fair

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 4:16


My Food Bag made has posted a healthy result today. EBITDA was up 18% to $34.2m, and net profit after tax increased to $20m from $2.4m.  The company's been in the headlines recently thanks to DGL Group's Simon Henry who made racist and derogatory remarks about the My Food Bag's co-founder Nadia Lim. He also criticised My Food Bag's IPO last year, saying it hasn't delivered value for money for investors. My Food Bag's share price has halved since the company listed last year. CEO of My Food Bag, Kevin Bowler joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE 

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Deborah Pead: It feels like a sulky, petulant apology written by a teenage boy under duress

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 2:01


Simon Henry has finally issued an apology to Nadia Lim over his 'Eurasian fluff' comments. Simon is claiming to have called Nadia several times last week trying to apologise, however, Nadia's phone records confirm she never received nor missed a call from him. So, instead, he sent a simple two-line apology via email. And as expected it's' gone down poorly. Deborah Pead runs public relations for My Food Bag. She joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE 

Early Edition with Kate Hawkesby
Kate Hawkesby: Simon Henry's to Nadia backlash has been pathetic

Early Edition with Kate Hawkesby

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 3:17


There's a lot to unpack with Simon Henry and his attempt at an apology to Nadia Lim. I don't know if two minutes on the radio will do justice to how much there is to unpack here, it may need a counsellor with a lot of time on their hands to help Simon get to the bottom of what on earth is going on with him, suffice to say, it's embarrassing. I mean why'd he even bother? Two lines, in a token email, sent by his office manager, six days after the event, and days after he said he'd apologized. How awkward. The email said, “Please take this letter as my sincere and formal apology for my inappropriate language in relation to you used in the interview.” That's it. Are you kidding me? You can't make this stuff up.He also alleged he'd made several attempts to call Lim on her cell phone, but Nadia says she has no missed calls or voicemails, so that's awkward as well. How a guy this high up the food chain has cocked this up so badly beggars belief, but it also calls into question those around him. Who's advising this guy? Why hasn't he enlisted any decent PR or damage control? Who's telling him this is acceptable?I mean, take the temperature. It's gone down like a lead balloon, it's dominated headlines for days, it's seen stocks dropping, reputation getting trashed, negative publicity, how bad do you want it to get?His one shot at redemption was a fulsome, sincere and at this point grovelling apology. He should've been on bended knee by now asking for forgiveness, acknowledging the mistake he made, acknowledging his misogyny and racism and promising to work on it. He should have apologized to more than just Nadia – but also her family, her kids, her parents, all women of Asian descent offended by this, her work colleagues, his work colleagues. There was so much more he could've done, and yet, he's done the bare minimum.He seems completely without remorse. Does he even see how bad this looks? When will the penny drop?And I don't doubt that in Henry's corporate bubble they'd have workshopped this apology knowing full well it'd be made public, so to think a bunch of corporate lackeys sat around finessing this to the two line disgrace that is, makes me wonder what the hell goes on at this company and how out of touch they all really are. Is there anyone in there thinking clearly?Henry was the one lacking judgement and making the initial blunder – which quite apart from the misogyny and the racism, shows he did not have the foresight to think about who he was messing with. Nadia Lim is a national treasure for goodness sake. A smart, savvy and successful business woman but also a wholesome and much loved upstanding New Zealander.You don't lash out at any woman like that, but certainly not Nadia Lim, without the wrath of women everywhere coming down on you.So that was his bad – but from then onwards his company knew what was up – or going down - as the case may be – and yet this is still the best they could come up with? It's pathetic.

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
Sorry, not sorry - how to apologise publicly

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 10:12


PR specialist Ben Thomas talks to Jesse about the apology from Simon Henry to Nadia Lim and what should have happened. The apology from the DGL CEO has only just arrived, after he sent it via courier!

Best of Business
Kate Hawkesby: Simon Henry's to Nadia backlash has been pathetic

Best of Business

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 3:16


There's a lot to unpack with Simon Henry and his attempt at an apology to Nadia Lim. I don't know if two minutes on the radio will do justice to how much there is to unpack here, it may need a counsellor with a lot of time on their hands to help Simon get to the bottom of what on earth is going on with him, suffice to say, it's embarrassing. I mean why'd he even bother? Two lines, in a token email, sent by his office manager, six days after the event, and days after he said he'd apologized. How awkward. The email said, “Please take this letter as my sincere and formal apology for my inappropriate language in relation to you used in the interview.” That's it. Are you kidding me? You can't make this stuff up.He also alleged he'd made several attempts to call Lim on her cell phone, but Nadia says she has no missed calls or voicemails, so that's awkward as well. How a guy this high up the food chain has cocked this up so badly beggars belief, but it also calls into question those around him. Who's advising this guy? Why hasn't he enlisted any decent PR or damage control? Who's telling him this is acceptable?I mean, take the temperature. It's gone down like a lead balloon, it's dominated headlines for days, it's seen stocks dropping, reputation getting trashed, negative publicity, how bad do you want it to get?His one shot at redemption was a fulsome, sincere and at this point grovelling apology. He should've been on bended knee by now asking for forgiveness, acknowledging the mistake he made, acknowledging his misogyny and racism and promising to work on it. He should have apologized to more than just Nadia – but also her family, her kids, her parents, all women of Asian descent offended by this, her work colleagues, his work colleagues. There was so much more he could've done, and yet, he's done the bare minimum.He seems completely without remorse. Does he even see how bad this looks? When will the penny drop?And I don't doubt that in Henry's corporate bubble they'd have workshopped this apology knowing full well it'd be made public, so to think a bunch of corporate lackeys sat around finessing this to the two line disgrace that is, makes me wonder what the hell goes on at this company and how out of touch they all really are. Is there anyone in there thinking clearly?Henry was the one lacking judgement and making the initial blunder – which quite apart from the misogyny and the racism, shows he did not have the foresight to think about who he was messing with. Nadia Lim is a national treasure for goodness sake. A smart, savvy and successful business woman but also a wholesome and much loved upstanding New Zealander.You don't lash out at any woman like that, but certainly not Nadia Lim, without the wrath of women everywhere coming down on you.So that was his bad – but from then onwards his company knew what was up – or going down - as the case may be – and yet this is still the best they could come up with? It's pathetic.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

First Light with Rachel Smalley
Rachel Smalley: Simon Henry says he called Nadia and he has apologised. He has not

First Light with Rachel Smalley

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 4:12


Nadia Lim has not had a text, email, voice message or missed call from HenrySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Best of Business
Frances Sweetman: Milford Asset Management portfolio manager says their sustainability policy is to try and work with DGL instead of excludi

Best of Business

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 3:51


KiwiSaver provider Milford Asset Management will try to engage with DGL Group instead of excluding the company.Company CEO Simon Henry made offensive comments about My Food Bag's Nadia Lim.Other Kiwi Saver providers Kiwi Wealth and Simplicity have added the company to their exclusion list.Milford Asset Management's Frances Sweetman told Heather du Plessis-Allan their sustainability policy is to try and work with the company on the issue before restricting it.“Our first strategy is to get in contact with the company, share our views about this issue, what we want to see happen and go from there.”LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Canterbury Mornings with Chris Lynch
John MacDonald: Are we too quick to be offended on behalf of other people?

Canterbury Mornings with Chris Lynch

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 5:50


If you started the week not knowing the name Simon Henry, you probably know it now.He's the rich-lister who is the founder and chief executive of chemicals company DGL Group who is under fire - quite rightfully, might I add - for saying some appalling things about Nadia Lim, whose name I'm guessing you did know at the start of the week. Masterchef winner and judge, co-founder of My Food Bag, creator of the lockdown TV cooking show, organic farmer - she's done and is doing a whole lot of things.And she is somewhat reluctantly in the news today because of what Simon Henry said about her in a media interview - calling her “Eurasian fluff”.He was talking about My Food Bag not performing well since it listed on the sharemarket with a journalist from the National Business Review. Here's what he had to say about the company's sharemarket prospectus document."When you've got Nadia Lim, when you've got a little bit of Eurasian fluff in the middle of your prospectus with a blouse unbuttoned showing some cleavage, and that's what it takes to sell your script, then you know you're in trouble."And he suggested that Nadia Lim uses her "sensuality" to sell her products. He said she was "a TV celebrity showing off her sensuality".By the way, just for clarification, the only picture of Nadia Lim in the My Food Bag prospectus has her standing around a barbecue in a casual v-necked camisole top with jeans. The top has no buttons.So he's talking out of his backside, or his rear cleavage.I think I said this yesterday, I think (in my honest opinion) that Simon Henry has shown himself to be a complete turkey with these comments.And I don't appear to be alone. The response has been pretty swift.KiwiSaver provider Kiwi Wealth has added Henry's company, DGL Group, to its investment exclusions list. So Kiwi Wealth has blacklisted it.Nadia Lim herself has said overnight that she didn't want to get involved in this whole thing but that changed on Wednesday night when she found herself sitting opposite a young flight attendant on a trip from Christchurch to Queenstown.Here's what Nadia Lim said about that overnight on social media: "I smiled at her and she smiled back at me and I actually felt a little bit emotional. She was a young woman of Asian descent, like myself, and I thought 'How do you feel when you hear things like that? Or read things like that?'"And what she's commenting on there, in particular, is Simon Henry's description of her as “a bit of Eurasian fluff”.I don't think I've heard anyone refer to a woman as a “bit of fluff” since the 1990s. In fact, I'll tell you the year - it was 1997 and I was in London and this media company guy I was working for was going on about “bits of fluff”.So these comments from Simon Henry in 2022 feels very old-school to me and, in my opinion, he deserves everything that's coming to him.But I know there will be others too who think there's nothing wrong with what he said. They'll look at the fact that he's successful and rich and probably be quite willing to turn a blind eye, because….well, because he's successful and rich.Yes, he's successful (whatever that means). And yes, he is rich. He's also shown himself through these comments to be an arrogant turkey. There are a lot of arrogant turkeys around, I know. He's not alone. But most of them limit their sexism and misogyny to drinks with the boys on Friday night. That doesn't excuse it.But when someone tells a reporter to quote them, and then goes on to say what Simon Henry said about Nadia Lim - and not just Nadia Lim, about all women of Asian descent - then that takes it to next-level ignorance and arrogance.Now, even though I'm condemning Henry, it does raise the question whether these types of things get blown out of proportion these days due to the simple fact that, as a society, we are very quick to get outraged on behalf of other people.As Nadia Lim herself has said, she didn't want to get involved but then felt she had to when...

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Frances Sweetman: Milford Asset Management portfolio manager says their sustainability policy is to try and work with DGL instead of excludi

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 3:52


KiwiSaver provider Milford Asset Management will try to engage with DGL Group instead of excluding the company.Company CEO Simon Henry made offensive comments about My Food Bag's Nadia Lim.Other Kiwi Saver providers Kiwi Wealth and Simplicity have added the company to their exclusion list.Milford Asset Management's Frances Sweetman told Heather du Plessis-Allan their sustainability policy is to try and work with the company on the issue before restricting it.“Our first strategy is to get in contact with the company, share our views about this issue, what we want to see happen and go from there.”LISTEN ABOVE

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Jason Walls: Newstalk ZB Chief Political Reporter on today's decarbonisation announcement

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 4:59


Jacinda Ardern has weighed in on Simon Henry's comments on Nadia Lim.Ardern said this afternoon that the comments do a complete disservice to Nadia and it would've been insulting to all women.Meanwhile, the Government is spending $10 million on removing coal boilers from schools.The move is going to reduce carbon emissions buy around 35,000 tonnes over the next ten years as part of a wider $23 million announcement as part of decarbonisation.The buildup to the Budget later this month continues.In this week alone, there have been announcements on driver licenses, truancy issues and biosecurity.Newstalk ZB Chief Political Reporter Jason Walls joined Heather du Plessis-Allan.LISTEN ABOVE

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
The Huddle: Nadia Lim, Auckland cyclepaths, Simon Bridges

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 10:54


Nadia Lim has hit back at comments from DGL CEO Simon Henry.Henry claimed in an NBR interview that things including Lim's appearance could explain why his business has outperformed hers on the NZX and ASX.Auckland Council has voted on new cyclepaths.The vote was on prioritising giving Auckland Transport money to build new cyclepaths, which was passed by 13 votes to 3, with 7 absentions.Simon Bridges delivered his valedictory speech in Parliament yesterday.Bridges touched on his Māori identity and gave a lesson for new MPs during his speech.Listen above as Simon Wilson and Nick Mills discuss the day's news with Heather du Plessis-Allan

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Oliver Mander: Shareholder's Association chief says Simon Henry's comments toward Nadia Lim are insulting to Lim, but to shareholders also

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 4:42


The backlash against racist and sexist criticism of  Nadia Lim continue...Chemicals company CEO Simon Henry described Lim as a piece of "Eurasian fluff" -  and suggested her appearance could explain why his company had outperformed My Food Bag on the NZX and ASX.Lim responded on social media last night - saying Henry's comments are 'so damaging'.Shareholders' Association Chief Executive Oliver Mander told Mike Hosking not only are his comments insulting to Lim, but to shareholders also.He says they make decisions on rational reasons - and a photo of Nadia Lim cooking over a BBQ isn't going to influence investors either way.LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Heather du Plessis-Allan: Simon Henry would be wise to apologise for what he said about Nadia Lim

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 2:43


You know by now I'm not one to join aboard the cancel culture train when someone says something deemed out of line, but I think that businessman Simon Henry would be wise to apologise for what he said about Nadia Lim.I'm saying this not because I've taken offence at it, but because he's wrong and because he risks wearing personal and business damage unless here he kills this off as a media story as soon as possible.Just in case you haven't heard this, what he said during an interview with NBR was this: “I can tell you, and you can quote me, when you've got Nadia Lim, when you've got a little bit of Eurasian fluff in the middle of your prospectus with a blouse unbuttoned showing some cleavage, and that's what it takes to sell your scrip, then you know you're in trouble.”If you read the context of the article, he was trying to compare his business' recent IPO with My Food Bag's recent IPO.His IPO did really well. Shares that were worth AUD $1 at float are now worth near AUD $3.80.My Food Bag's IPO did not do as well. Shares that were worth $1.85 at float fell immediately, never recovered, and are now worth less than half of that at 89 cents.Simon Henry accuses My Food Bag of attracting investors by selling on Nadia Lim's appeal.If he is trying to suggest that there are naïve mum and dad investors out there who invest in shares because they recognise the brand and they like the brand and they like the person associated with the brand rather than because they actually understand the fundamentals of the business, than he's right. That does happen.That happens a lot lately, especially in the Sharesies age.But he's wrong to suggest that it's got anything to do with Nadia's cleavage and ethnicity and sensuality. There's not even that any cleavage in the photo that he's talking about and there's certainly nothing in that top to unbutton.Now there's every chance that Simon Henry could weather this storm.He's obviously great at the core part of his job. One equity analyst told media that Henry's one of the best CEO's he's met. DGL's share value is pretty much largely unchanged since the story printed.But already a KiwiSaver fund has added his business to the list of businesses it will not invest in anymore.Commentators are universally outraged by what he said and My Food Bag co-founder Cecilia Robinson is pressuring his board to take action and pressuring investors to reconsider whether this lines up with their principles.Now he can decide whether he wants this to carry on or not.If I was him, I would just rip the bandage off, stem any possible damage by simply getting it over and done with and saying that he's sorry.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Nadia Lim: Chef and My Food Bag founder says she's speaking up for people who feel they don't have a voice

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 3:56


Nadia Lim isn't sweating the small stuff after a Kiwi richlister brought up her attire and race in an interview.DGL Group CEO Simon Henry claimed in an NBR interview that things including Lim's appearance, could explain why his business has outperformed hers on the NZX and ASX.Simplicity and Kiwi Wealth have chucked DGL Group on its exclusion list.Lim told Heather du Plessis-Allan his comments were offensive.“I've got the privilege to be able to stick up for those people that don't have voice, who probably also say these types of comments, and probably on a much, much, much, much, much, much more frequent basis than I.”Lim says she's speaking up for people out there who feel they don't have a voice.“And you know, there's so many great, hard-working people who contribute so much and yet they put up with that type of thing all the time, so that's why I decided, you know what? Actually, this is not cool.”LISTEN ABOVE

RNZ: Checkpoint
Kiwi Wealth won't do business with DGL unless CEO goes

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 4:00


A KiwiSaver fund has blacklisted a chemical company over its chief executive's alleged racist and sexist comments about celebrity chef and My Food Bag Founder, Nadia Lim. In an interview with NBR, the rich lister boss of DGL, Simon Henry described Ms Lim as a "little bit of Eurasian fluff " and claimed she was showing cleavage in the company prospectus to sell shares. Investment organisation Kiwi Wealth has a responded by adding DGL to its exclusion list. Its CEO Rhiannon McKinnon talks to Lisa Owen.  

Best of Business
Nadia Lim: Chef and My Food Bag founder says she's speaking up for people who feel they don't have a voice

Best of Business

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 3:55


Nadia Lim isn't sweating the small stuff after a Kiwi richlister brought up her attire and race in an interview.DGL Group CEO Simon Henry claimed in an NBR interview that things including Lim's appearance, could explain why his business has outperformed hers on the NZX and ASX.Simplicity and Kiwi Wealth have chucked DGL Group on its exclusion list.Lim told Heather du Plessis-Allan his comments were offensive.“I've got the privilege to be able to stick up for those people that don't have voice, who probably also say these types of comments, and probably on a much, much, much, much, much, much more frequent basis than I.”Lim says she's speaking up for people out there who feel they don't have a voice.“And you know, there's so many great, hard-working people who contribute so much and yet they put up with that type of thing all the time, so that's why I decided, you know what? Actually, this is not cool.”LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Best of Business
Oliver Mander: Shareholder's Association chief says Simon Henry's comments toward Nadia Lim are insulting to Lim, but to shareholders also

Best of Business

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 4:42


The backlash against racist and sexist criticism of  Nadia Lim continues.Chemicals company CEO Simon Henry described Lim as a piece of "Eurasian fluff" -  and suggested her appearance could explain why his company had outperformed My Food Bag on the NZX and ASX.Lim responded on social media last night - saying Henry's comments are 'so damaging'.Shareholders' Association Chief Executive Oliver Mander told Mike Hosking not only are his comments insulting to Lim, but to shareholders also.He says they make decisions on rational reasons - and a photo of Nadia Lim cooking over a BBQ isn't going to influence investors either way.LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Cecilia Robinson: People make assumptions or exclude you because of your gender

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 3:04


There's a bit of uproar over some comments by an NZ business leader... CEO of DGL group Simon Henry.  Henry was interviewed by the NBR and was disparaging about My Food Bag's IPO last year when he said this: "I can tell you, and you can quote me, when you've got Nadia Lim, when you've got a little bit of Eurasian fluff in the middle of your prospectus with a blouse unbuttoned showing some cleavage, and that's what it takes to sell your script, then you know you're in trouble." Cecilia Robinson, co-founder of My Food Bag, joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE 

Best of Business
Rhiannon McKinnon: Kiwi Wealth CEO on adding DGL to its exclusions list in response to the derogatory comments made by Simon Henry toward Na

Best of Business

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 7:47


Founder and CEO of chemicals company DGL, Simon Henry, has criticised My Food Bag for putting an image of brand ambassador Nadia Lim in its prospectus, referring to Lim as 'Eurasian fluff'.National Business Review ran an article featuring an interview in which the comments were made.Kiwi Wealth in the process of adding DGL to its exclusions list in response to the derogatory comments.Kiwi Wealth CEO Rhiannon McKinnon joined Kerre Woodham.LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

First Light with Rachel Smalley
Silvana Schenone: How do we fix mysgony in the corporate world?

First Light with Rachel Smalley

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 7:02


How do we fix a problem like Simon Henry. The CEO who made such harmful comments about Nadia Lim, and therefore about women in business in general too. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jono & Ben - The Podcast
FULL: Which farm animals did Nadia Lim name Jono and Ben

Jono & Ben - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 62:30


We have a cowboy on the show, new Masterchef NZ Head Chef Nadia Lim named which of her farm animals of Jono and Ben? Everything you need to know about the iconic Marilyn Monroe dress Kim Kardashian wore to the Met Gala.Jono caused a right mess at a shop, your crash calls did not disappoint and we chat with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. 

Kerre McIvor Mornings Podcast
Rhiannon McKinnon: Kiwi Wealth CEO on adding DGL to its exclusions list in response to the derogatory comments made by Simon Henry toward Na

Kerre McIvor Mornings Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 7:48


Founder and CEO of chemicals company DGL, Simon Henry, has criticised My Food Bag for putting an image of brand ambassador Nadia Lim in its prospectus, referring to Lim as 'Eurasian fluff'.National Business Review ran an article featuring an interview in which the comments were made.Kiwi Wealth in the process of adding DGL to its exclusions list in response to the derogatory comments he made.Kiwi Wealth CEO Rhiannon McKinnon joined Kerre Woodham.LISTEN ABOVE

The Sunday Session with Francesca Rudkin
Steve Newall: It's been 7 years since MasterChef NZ was on TV

The Sunday Session with Francesca Rudkin

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 6:10


NZ music docu-series Give It a Whirl: Kiwi rock music is loaded with great sounds and stories, as this collection demonstrates. The Give It a Whirl collection is built around the 2003 TV series, which explores five decades of popular music in Aotearoa.  The new judges have been announced for MasterChef NZ.  The new-look trio of judges is led by MasterChef Season 2 winner, celebrity cook and entrepreneur Nadia Lim, who is joined by renowned three-hatted chef Vaughan Mabee, most famous for being executive chef of Queenstown favourite Amisfield, and multi-award-winning restaurateur Michael Dearth of Auckland's The Grove and Baduzzi. Steve Newall, editor at flicks.co.nz, joined Francesca Rudkin. LISTEN ABOVE 

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Nadia Lim: It's not just great for livestock but also cropping

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 11:50


You might remember a couple of weeks back we had Nadia Lim on the programme – and I mentioned we should get her back on to talk her farm.  She and her husband recently acquired a 1200-acre farm down in Arrowtown – and is on a mission to prove that farming ethically can be profitable.  And this year she and her husband have opened a farm gate store full of organic greens, honey, eggs, some fruit and grains, garlic, lamb products, wool blankets and cold-pressed sunflower oil.  Nadia Lim joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Nadia Lim: Chef and nutritionist on meal prep and how much nutrition is retained

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 3:23


Meal prepping has become fairly commonplace these days. A woman has gone viral on TikTok after she revealed that she made 90 meals for her family of five - enough to last a month.  It was things like beef fajitas, chicken satay and turkey chilli, all put in snap lock bags and chucked in the freezer.  Now we know things don't taste as good when you get them out of the freezer and put them in the microwave or oven - but what about the nutrition side of things?  Chef and nutritionist Nadia Lim joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Holiday Breakfast
Nadia Lim: Household name joins the Summer Breakfast

Holiday Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 9:34


Nadia Lim has become a household name in perhaps record time She graduated from Otago University in 2008 in human nutrition and worked as a clinical dietitian, specialising in diabetes.  She won the second series of MasterChef in 2011 and it's been up, up and up since then. A lot more TV, business ventures and now based in Central Otago running a big farm with husband Carlos Books including on about Marvin, her idiosyncratic and quite ballsy chook. And the pinnacle of it all: Summer Breakfast on Newstalk ZB. LISTEN ABOVE  

Jono & Ben - The Podcast
FULL: Ben's Been Calling Someone The Wrong Name & It's Been Too Long

Jono & Ben - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 61:38


Nothing worse than when you've been calling someone by the wrong name, and they're too polite to say anything, but you then find out later that you have it wrong. Ben found himself in this exact situation. Awkies! We also talked about what your greatest achievement is. Tomorrow, if we manage to land 2 basketballs into a hoop from the roof of Eden Park, we reckon it could be our greatest achievement. But we asked you for yours, and some were outrageous! Finally, we caught up with the ever-lovely Nadia Lim who has a new children's book out, based on a chicken on her farm. Adorable! Enjoy the poddy.

The Country
Rabobank Best of The Country - November 20, 2021

The Country

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 38:50


Interviews are with Derek Daniell, Damien O'Connor, Emma Higgins, Winston Peters, Nadia Lim and Carlos Bagrie.

The Country
Radio edition

The Country

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 36:36


Interviews are with Winston Peters, Nadia Lim, Carlos Bagrie, Peter McBride and Emma Higgins.

The Country
Nadia Lim on regenerative agriculture

The Country

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 7:53


We talk regenerative agriculture with a celebrity chef/influencer and her farmer husband, who are walking the walk on their extensive Crown Range property.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Nadia Lim: Celebrity chef on Covid Kai survey rating her as most influential when it comes to lockdown diets

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 2:37


Research by the University of Auckland has found the answer to one of the cuisine world's burning questions.The “Covid Kai survey” asked almost 3000 people how they decided what to cook for dinner each night in lockdown, and unsurprisingly comfort food was found to be quite popular.Another finding was that the single person, organisation or brand with the most influence over which recipes people chose to make was celebrity chef and dietitian Nadia Lim.She told Heather du Plessis-Allan that with people at home more often, they're taking much longer to prepare and cook food.“When you get home from work and you've been sitting in traffic for an hour, you're so rushed to get dinner on the table, so everyone who's in lockdown: make the most of it.”LISTEN ABOVE

RNZ: Morning Report
Covid-19: Nadia Lim's tips for surviving without takeaways

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 4:34


Lockdown means no takeaways, no uber eats and often long lines at the supermarket. But perhaps it also allows - or forces us - to be more creative in the kitchen. Celebrity chef Nadia Lim gave Corin Dann some tips on meal planning through the latest lockdown.  

The Country
Auckland edition

The Country

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 37:48


Interviews are with Nadia Lim, Tim Myers, Chris Brandolino, Smiley Barrett, Barry Soper and Heather Du Plessis-Allan.

The Country
Nadia Lim talks farming and food

The Country

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 6:06


We kick off The Country with a celebrity chef and My Food Bag founder who says most New Zealanders are almost totally detached from the realities of producing food at scale.

The Country
Rabobank Best of The Country - August 14, 2021

The Country

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 38:01


Interviews are with David Seymour, Graham West, Todd Charteris, Jim Hopkins, Nadia Lim and Judith Collins.

Mai Morning Crew Catchup Podcast
Mai Morning Crew Catchup - 16th June 2021

Mai Morning Crew Catchup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 70:05


Today on the show.... Nadia Lim talks healthy for the heart foods! Jessica Wilson tells us what rights we have when travelling to Australia and Covid hits! Plus Gino burns down the studio with his freestyle!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mai Home Run Catchup Podcast - Mai FM Podcast
Mai Morning Crew Catchup - 16th June 2021

Mai Home Run Catchup Podcast - Mai FM Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 70:05


Today on the show.... Nadia Lim talks healthy for the heart foods! Jessica Wilson tells us what rights we have when travelling to Australia and Covid hits! Plus Gino burns down the studio with his freestyle!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Nadia Lim: It's time we started eating more wild meat

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 5:32


Nadia Lim says it's time we started eating more wild meat.The Masterchef winner says that the various pest species roaming New Zealand could serve as a food resource that is currently going untapped.Nadia has already started turning the rabbits and wild pigs her husband catches on their Central Otago farm into succulent dishes.Nadia Lim joined Heather du Plessis-Allan earlier to explain more.“LISTEN ABOVE

The Country
Rabobank Best of The Country - May 8, 2021

The Country

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 38:46


Interviews are with Nadia Lim, Rob Hewett, Jane Smith, Blake Holgate, Judith Collins and Doug Avery.

The Country
Pink edition

The Country

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 38:03


Interviews are with Nadia Lim, Hayley Gourley, Phil Duncan, David Seymour, Steve Wyn-Harris and Grant McCallum.

The Country
Nadia Lim talks wool

The Country

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 6:25


The celebrity chef, social media influencer and founder of My Food Bag is also a Wakatipu Basin farmer. She's had enough of dire wool prices, so she's doing something about it and speaking out about one of nature's most sustainable, durable and biodegradable materials.

The Country
PGG Wrightson wool report with Grant Edwards - April 2021

The Country

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2021 4:03


Sponsored content: The GM of PGG Wrightson Wool takes his monthly look at the market and we applaud the efforts of Nadia Lim to champion wool.

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
How to Write: A Recipe with Nadia Lim

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2021 10:01


Every Tuesday we look at "How to Write" different topics. This week we speak to acclaimed food author and My Food Bag co-founder, Nadia Lim about how to write a recipe, especially for novice cooks!

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
My Food Bag seeks up to $342m in IPO, sets March 5 date for dual listing

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2021 4:46


My Food Bag plans to sell up to 185 million shares in an initial public offer that values the meal kit company at just under $450m.The company has filed its product disclosure statement and says it aims to list on the NZX and ASX on March 5.The shares will be priced at $1.85 each, implying a post initial public offering market capitalisation of $449 million.Up to $342m will be raised under the IPO. The offer includes 155.3m existing shares (64.1 per cent of the company) and 29.6m new shares.Money aised will be used to repay bank debt and pay transaction costs. Existing shareholders, including funds controlled by private equity firm Waterman Capital, will retain at least 23.7 per cent ownership of My Food Bag after the offer.Companies Office records show the Waterman Fund 3LP owns 70 per cent of the company having invested in October 2016.Co-founders Cecilia Robinson and her husband James own 10.8 per cent, as does Theresa Gattung. Interests associated with Nadia Lim own 5.4 per cent.My Food Bag says more than 10,000 customers and team members have registered to receive a priority allocation in the IPO. Australian investors were also targeted.Fund managers Milford Funds, Harbour Asset Management and Investment Services Group have committed to bid for holdings of at least 5 per cent of the company.My Food Bag chairman Tony Carter said new funds raised would provide the business with flexibility to pursue its growth strategy."Our growth will be underpinned by continued leadership in the meal kit market and expanding our food-based offerings to align to consumer trends," Carter said.In the past financial year, My Food Bag made a profit of $8.2m and revenue of $153.3m.In the 2021 financial year ending March 31, it expects to have turned over $189.5m and receive a net profit of $800,000. Its profit forecast for FY22 is $20.1m.The offer price implies an earnings ratio of 22.4 times its forecast 2022 financial year earnings and a gross dividend yield of 5 per cent.Henry Chung, director of investment banking and head of equity capital markets at Jarden - the arranger and joint lead manager of the offer, said: "My Food Bag, the first IPO of 2021, is already under way in the year's first quarter. It's our view this is a clear sign of general confidence, and what is set to be one of the busiest years on the market in some time."Board member Chris Marshall, founder of Waterman Capital, said the investment company was pleased to be involved in the next chapter of the company."When we invested in 2016, we saw a successful business that was well positioned to continue to grow its core offering and had the potential to leverage its platform to expand more broadly within the food and grocery sector."The business is extremely innovative and customer centric, which is an exciting combination. In addition, the online food delivery sector is the beneficiary of some very favourable long-term macro trends."In its product disclosure statement, My Food Bag cites German-based global meal kit delivery company HelloFresh and local player Woop as its biggest competition.It said it expected more competition to enter the market, and that it may have to discount its products or invest in new product development and marketing to retain or win market share.My Food Bag says it has delivered over 85 million meals to more than 300,000 households since it started in 2013.Key numbers and dates• Up to 185 million shares on offer to public• My Food Bag valued at $449 million post IPO• Up to $342m will be raised under IPO• Offer expected to open on February 19• My Food Bag plans to list on NZX and ASX on March 5

Holiday Breakfast
Summer Snapshot: Nadia Lim caps off a busy 2020

Holiday Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2020 10:48


Nadia Lim's 2020 has been yet another successful one.Her food delivery service My Food Bag enjoyed another boom year.And she became a comfort for us while in lockdown with her cooking show, Nadia's Comfort Kitchen.Plus to round off the year - she released her first children's book Marvellous Marvin.She joined Tim Dower to reflect on a busy 2020, the reaction to her lockdown cooking, raising chickens, and her 30-second Christmas recipe. LISTEN ABOVE

Jono & Ben - The Podcast
December 04 - Nadia Lim, The COVID Announcement Dance Song, Work Christmas Party Stories

Jono & Ben - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2020 61:54


Kia Ora and TGIF! Today we debuted what will be New Zealand's hottest summer song this year to keep us all safe. Think Sandstorm by Darude mixed with the Covid-19 ad... It's brilliant. Last night was also our work Christmas party and we asked you guys who has had the best Christmas party and there were some stories! Finally, we caught up with Nadia Lim who has a new childrens book out and it's adorable! What can't that woman do!? Enjoy the pod!

OARsome Morning Show
OARsome Morning Show - 01-12-2020 - Nadia Lim's new book Marvellous Marvin

OARsome Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2020 7:14


Nadia Lim's new book Marvellous Marvin - Celebrity Chef and author Nadia Lim has released a new children's book about her pet chicken Marvin.

The Sunday Session with Francesca Rudkin
Nadia Lim: From celebrity chef to children's author

The Sunday Session with Francesca Rudkin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2020 14:39


Nadia Lim is celebrity chef, healthy eating advocate, TV personality, co-founder of My Food Bag- and now children's book author.This week, Lim releases her first children's picture book. It's called Marvellous Marvin, the true story of the newest member of Nadia's family, Marvin the chick.Lim joined Tim Beveridge to discuss her latest career shift in an already bursting resume.LISTEN ABOVE

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
Nadia Lim - Live from the Auckland Food Show

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2020 10:53


Celebrity chef, healthy eating advocate and co-founder of My Food Bag Nadia Lim joins us live today from The Auckland Food Show. She also shares her delicious recipe for Strawberry, pistachio & creamy feta toasts.

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
Nadia Lim - Ciro's Gnocchi

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2020 7:22


When Nadia was a teenager she worked in an Italian restaurant run by Ciro Sanino from Naples and today she shares this delightful gnocchi recipe which she says is soft and silky and unlike any other gnocchi she's tried.

Laura, Sam and Toni
September 16 - Laura's Huge Announcement, Nadia Lim, Candace Cameron Photo Scandal

Laura, Sam and Toni

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2020 20:25


Laura's huge announcementThe Candace Cameron photo scandalNadia Lim

Saturday Morning with Jack Tame
Nadia Lim on her idyllic new life in Central Otago

Saturday Morning with Jack Tame

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2020 14:21


If you got into your trakkies and binged on netflix and sourdough during lockdown, prepare to start feeling a bit guilty. While the rest of us were complaining about what a dud year 2020 has turned out to be, Nadia Lim's showed just what an over-achiever she is.  Having just moved to Central Otago, she quietly created a brand-new daily TV show just using her iphone - Nadia’s Comfort Kitchen. Then, she turned those lockdown recipes into a cookbook and raised $400k for charity. And while this was happening, her previous cookbook was runner up for ‘Best Vegetarian/Vegan Cookbook’  In the world at the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards. And now, as the co-founder of My Food Bag, she’s supporting the Garden To Table initiative. Nadia has been chatting to Jack Tame. LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE 

Mai Morning Crew Catchup Podcast
Mai Morning Crew Catchup - 18th of August 2020

Mai Morning Crew Catchup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2020 58:03


Today we talked about weird smells in your car and we spoke to celebrity chef, Nadia Lim. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.

Real Life with John Cowan
2020-06-28 Interview: Nadia Lim

Real Life with John Cowan

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2020 24:36


John Cowan interviews celebrity chef, Nadia Lim.

Kiwi Yarns
Nadia Lim

Kiwi Yarns

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2020 42:41


Nadia Lim - the woman who graces us in our very own kitchens with her charm, her passion and epic knowledge of food. She's come a long way since winning Masterchef in 2011, but apparently she's still got big grand plans (and yes believe it or not bigger than My Food Bag). Hear how she nearly burnt down a rich man's house while cooking duck, and how she once dreamed of making a TV Show with Jamie Oliver called Food in the Nude.

Laura, Sam and Toni
June 12 - Put Us Out Of My Misery, A Friday Feel Good, Nadia Lim

Laura, Sam and Toni

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2020 15:58


A warning for anyone going to a party this weekendA Friday Feel Good StoryNadia LimPut Us Out Of My Misery

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
Nadia Lim's Slow-Cooked Smoky Beans

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2020 7:55


Celebrity chef and healthy food champion Nadia Lim is here for our weekly food chat. This week, slow-cooked smoky beans.

Early Edition with Kate Hawkesby
Louise Ryburn: NZ's best leaders offering advice for businesses

Early Edition with Kate Hawkesby

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2020 2:56


A lot of businesses are struggling right now, but a new service wants to help them – and has some big names on board.Some of the country's best leader are part of a new service called Mentor Me, being launched by Celebrity Speakers NZ.It means big names like Sir Graham Henry, Nadia Lim, or Tony Alexander could help your business, one-on-one.Managing director Louise Ryburn joined Kate Hawkesby to talk about the new service.LISTEN ABOVE

Stace, Mike and Anika
April 01 - Moments You May Have Missed

Stace, Mike and Anika

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2020 12:06


What are you glad you got done before isolation?We chat to Nadia Lim about things you can make from basically nothingWhat are you grateful for today?

Simon Barnett & Phil Gifford Afternoons
Nadia Lim: 'We always wanted to go back to working on the land'

Simon Barnett & Phil Gifford Afternoons

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2020 14:34


Chef, entrepreneur, and author Nadia Lim joined Simon and Phil to chat all things food and cooking. She discussed her and her husbands move to a farm in Central Otago where they're working on a farm, the rise in vegetarianism, and answered listeners burning food questions. LISTEN ABOVE 

Simon Barnett & Phil Gifford Afternoons
Nadia Lim: Christmas food hacks and summer hits to feed the family

Simon Barnett & Phil Gifford Afternoons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2019 17:30


Nadia Lim is one of our best celebrity chefs, a healthy eating advocate, a mum, and an entrepreneur. She’s just finished a nationwide tour for her new book Vegful and joined Simon and Phil to talk about simple ways to feed the extended family over Christmas, and some tasty classics to survive the summer break. LISTEN ABOVE

Simon Barnett & Phil Gifford Afternoons
Nadia Lim on her new cookbook Vegful

Simon Barnett & Phil Gifford Afternoons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2019 15:01


Nadia Lim joined Simon and Phil to talk about her beautiful new cookbook Vegeful. With over 100 deliciously satisfying recipes to celebrate beautiful, colourful, bountiful vegetables.You can get it on her website. Nadialim.com or any good book store.She also took your calls and questions on everything food related.Always a pleasure having her on!LISTEN ABOVE 

Simon Barnett & Phil Gifford Afternoons
Nadia Lim talks Dancing With the Stars, Food, and her new venture

Simon Barnett & Phil Gifford Afternoons

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2019 15:33


Celebrity chef and entrepreneur Nadia Lim talks with Si and Phil about Dancing with the Stars, home cooking, family life and her new venture. 

The Morning Rumble Catchup Podcast
The Morning Rumble Catch Up - Tuesday 11 June

The Morning Rumble Catchup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2019 63:25


Today on the show - Around The World Camodian Breakfast, street signs, teeth in ya testies or testies in ya teeth, what it would be like if we lived like a DWTS judge, who is in a Siamese twin relationship, Nadia Lim, Research Ryan - polling, casual funeralsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mai Morning Crew Catchup Podcast
Mai Morning Crew Catchup - 11th of June 2019

Mai Morning Crew Catchup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2019 26:33


Today Nate was away but we talked about Tegan not being recognised and we had Nadia Lim on the show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dom, Meg & Randell Catchup Podcast - The Edge
Dom, Meg & Randell Catchup For Monday April 8th 2019

Dom, Meg & Randell Catchup Podcast - The Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2019 73:02


On today's episode - Dom's lifehack for daylight saving, we talk about Hollywood star Harrison Ford who is in Queenstown, Mike McRoberts & Nadia Lim from Dancing With The Stars NZ join us live in studio and we chat to a girl who got kicked out of a swimming complex over the weekend - find out why.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dom, Meg & Randell Catchup Podcast - The Edge
Dom, Meg & Randell Catchup Podcast For Friday Feb 8th 2019

Dom, Meg & Randell Catchup Podcast - The Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2019 78:12


On today's catchup podcast Meg is back, celebrity chef Nadia Lim joins us in studio, we have the highlights of the week with the Producer's Diaries, is Randell Nuts or Normal - you decide and we have the finalist in studio for Birthday Tossers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fletch, Vaughan & Megan on ZM
ZM's Fletch, Vaughan & Megan Podcast - August 30 2018

Fletch, Vaughan & Megan on ZM

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2018 74:45


Nadia Lim is in studio, big purchases that your partner didn't worry about and should Fletch pay Caitlin for taking him to the airport?

Business Is Boring
My Food Bag co-CEO Cecilia Robinson on why you have to destroy your own market share

Business Is Boring

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2017 24:33


If you're looking at companies in the last few years that have made a real impact in the local entrepreneur and general scene, you can't go past My Food Bag. Pulling an idea in from overseas and making it work here in tiny, weird New Zealand was a passion for Cecilia and James Robinson. The idea was weekly delivered food parcels that contained everything a family needed to make meals for the week. They got Nadia Lim on board as a brand ambassador and next thing you know they're making $100 million in revenue.But it can't have been that easy. In this conversation Simon talks to Cecilia about making the move from their earlier company Au Pair Link, approaching Theresa Gattung to sit on the board, creating a well regarded customer service operation and living on Weetbix during the hard times. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Real Life with John Cowan
Interview: Nadia Lim

Real Life with John Cowan

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2016 23:36


John Cowan interviewed celebrity chef and entrepreneur Nadia Lim.