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  1. Video for MPI urges seafood gatherers to know their limits
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    MPI urges seafood gatherers to know their limits

    For many Māori families, seafood takes center place on the Christmas menu and are preparing to gather the delicacy for the celebration meal. However, the Ministry of Primary Industries is urging everyone to only fish and gather shellfish within the legal limits.

  2. Spanakopita (Spinach & Feta Pie)

    Recipe by Georgia Sakelos Place of origin: Trikala, Thessaly, GREECE

  3. Video for Ōpōtiki youth to work with America's Cup boat builders
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    Ōpōtiki youth to work with America's Cup boat builders

    Some Te Whakatōhea youth will soon learn to build an ocean vessel with the builders of New Zealand's Black Magic who won the America's Cup in 1995. McMullen and Wing have partnered with Whakatōhea Iwi and Whakatōhea Mussels to build the vessel in an effort to create employment for the region and its young people.

  4. Potato & Spinach with Poppy Seeds (Alo-Palang Posto)

    Bengali bride Shrabastee and her Punjabi groom represent the joining of two traditional Indian families and Sean is invited to their wedding, which consists of a colourful and opulent vegetarian feast.

  5. Bun Rieu- Pork, crab and noodle soup

    BUN RIEU – Pork, crab and noodle soup Prepared by Tam Le

  6. Video for Ministry cracks down on illegal kaimoana sales online
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    Ministry cracks down on illegal kaimoana sales online

    A significant increase in the number of illegal seafood sales via Facebook has prompted the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) to warn those offending that they will face penalties for violating the Fisheries Act. 

  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. Ngai Ngai with Fried Fish

    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.

  9. Video for Sachie's Kitchen, Series 1 Episode 8
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    Sachie's Kitchen, Series 1 Episode 8

    Sachie visits Kyoto. First stop is the famed Nishiki vegetable market in search of the amazing array of vegetable pickles on offer, then on to a local Michelin star restaurant.

  10. Video for Sachie's Kitchen, Series 1 Episode 7
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    Sachie's Kitchen, Series 1 Episode 7

    Soy sauce is one of the main condiments in Japanese cooking so Sachie journeys to Chiba, the home of Yamasa Soy Sauce to see how it’s made.

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