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  1. Video for E pā ana ki te mate huka, ko tā Tākuta Lily Fraser, kia iti ake, kia whakaoti atu rānei te kai i ngā warowaihā
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    E pā ana ki te mate huka, ko tā Tākuta Lily Fraser, kia iti ake, kia whakaoti atu rānei te kai i ngā warowaihā

    Ko tā Te Manatū Hauora, ko te mate huka te take hauora mātāmua ki Aotearoa nei. Ko te marama mate huka tēnei, ā, kei te ūpoko pakaru Tākuta Lily Fraser kia huri ngā whakaaro a te iwi Māori e pā ana ki te kai hei rongoā i tēnei mate whakangoikorere.

  2. Bun Rieu- Pork, crab and noodle soup

    BUN RIEU – Pork, crab and noodle soup Nā Tam Le i whakarite.

  3. Video for He kaupapa kia kore ai e moumou te kai, engari kia whakahokia kē ki te hapori
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    He kaupapa kia kore ai e moumou te kai, engari kia whakahokia kē ki te hapori

    He kaupapa kai tukurua e whakahaeretia ana ki Te Tai Tokerau, he rima mano kirokaramu te nui o ngā toenga kai kua kohia i ngā whare hoko kai, ā, kua whakahokia ki te hapori.

  4. Fingers holding knife carving Mandaean Duck

    Mandaean Spiced Duck

    Duck or besha  is a favourite of the Mandaean community.  They cook it in a way that is quite different to other nations, even the Iraqis and it is eaten sometimes several times a week.  This method of boiling the duck in spices and dried limes provides a rich tangy soup to start a meal.

  5. Video for Ko ngā whakatairanga kai paraurehe kei te whakararu i te hunga tamariki
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    Ko ngā whakatairanga kai paraurehe kei te whakararu i te hunga tamariki

    E ai ki tētahi rangahau hou, kō atu i te rua tekau mā whitu ngā whakatairanga kai paraurehe ka whakaatuhia atu ki ngā tamariki i Aotearoa, ia rā.   

  6. Video for Kua tūwhera tētahi wāhi manaaki tangata rawakore hōu i Rotorua
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    Kua tūwhera tētahi wāhi manaaki tangata rawakore hōu i Rotorua

    He wāhi manaaki tangata rawakore hōu kua tūwhera i te pokapū o Rotorua.  He wāhi kai utukore, wahi whai kākahu me te toro atu ki ngā ratonga hapori e hiahiatia ana. 

  7. Grilled Fish with Herbs (Kachin name Nga ka-l)

    A close-knit community of Burmese Kachin immigrants invite Sean Connolly to witness a traditional naming ceremony and he helps them to prepare the divine feast that follows.

  8. Video for He ika para hou i roto i te kihini
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    He ika para hou i roto i te kihini

    He tangata i mautohea i runga ipurangi kua huri ake ki te hanumi i te kai me te wairua hākoakoa hei whakararata i ngā mātinitini huri noa i te āo. Ko Patrick Salmon tērā, he pāpā whai tamariki i komemetia mō te mau moko tehe, kua kōrero motuhake mai ki a Te Kāea mō tana ara whakamua.

  9. Ngai Ngai me te Ika Parai

    Ngai Ngai are the young leaves from the Rosella shrub (related to hibicus) They can be steamed or stir-fried and are known as Red Sorrel in the Pacific. A bunch of sorrel can be substituted for Ngai Ngai and will compliment any Australian fresh water fish.

  10. Video for Ko te reo Māori e mahora ki Makitānara
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    Ko te reo Māori e mahora ki Makitānara

    Ko te kōrero Māori i tāna wāhi mahi ki Makitānara te take i whakaaweawetia te tini mano e Jershon Tatana, tekau mā whitu ōna tau, he kaimahi hoki ki Makitānara i Heretaunga, ki te kōrero te Reo Māori.

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