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Peter Gordon’s Auckland restaurant Homeland to close

Chef Peter Gordon

Peter Gordon has won worldwide fame for his fusion cuisine.
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Top New Zealand chef Peter Gordon is closing his Auckland restaurant and cooking school, citing problems renewing the downtown lease.

Gordon sets up Homeland with partner Alastair Carruthers in 2020.

“Homeland’s premises and wider surroundings are being redeveloped and our landlord will not renew our lease. So with great sadness we are retreating,” a statement issued on Monday said.

The dining room would close at the end of April, followed by the cooking school at the end of July.

“In the meantime, we are still open for business,” Homeland’s owners said in the statement.

“Our staff are hugely impacted, and we ask for space while we consult with them and work out what is next for the Homeland project. Homeland’s purposes are not finished. The problem is premises.”

Gordon was based in the United Kingdom for 31 years, establishing The Sugar Club and Providers restaurants and becoming renowned as “the godfather of fusion cooking”.

He had decided in August 2020 to return, but when Covid-19 started shutting down the world, he raced back to New Zealand in March – just before the first lockdown.

Gordon launched Homeland in

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A+ Teacher helps students grow love for cooking

BRADENTON, Fla. Jacque Allen has been leading the culinary program at Southeast High School for nine years.

She says she was a professional chef who wanted to change careers before she got into education.

“I thought this would be a good way to give back, help these kids, maybe be a positive influence in their life,” said Allen.


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  • Jacque Allen has been leading the culinary program at Southeast High School for nine years
  • She’s passing her knowledge to her students and teaching them skills that she hopes will help them for years
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She’s passing her knowledge to her students and teaching them skills that she hopes will help them for years to come.

“When they go off to college or when they start to live on their own, you have to know how to cook,” said Allen. “I want them to learn how to eat healthier, (know) how to make stuff.”

Her students are learning everything from sanitation to knife safety. Allen is even teaching them how to run