Hangi, Duck, Kumara, Portabella, Pikopiko, Horopito Beetroot Relish With Rewana Bread and Salad

Hangi, Duck, Kumara, Portabella, Pikopiko, Horopito Beetroot Relish With Rewana Bread and Salad

Braised Mutton bird in seafood stock with watercress and fluffy dumplings

Braised Mutton bird in seafood stock with watercress and fluffy dumplings

Whitebait Fritters | A traditional New Zealand dish, this is an omelette made with tasty whitebait. #NewZealand #omelette #recipes

Whitebait Fritters | A traditional New Zealand dish, this is an omelette made with tasty whitebait. #NewZealand #omelette #recipes

Collection of Traditinal Maori Foods - Hue, Kumara, Taewa, Tutaikuri, Puha, Pikopiko, Watercress, Taro, Kokihi, Kamokamo, Karino, Tawa Oil, Karamu Oil, Peruperu to make up the display

Collection of Traditinal Maori Foods - Hue, Kumara, Taewa, Tutaikuri, Puha, Pikopiko, Watercress, Taro, Kokihi, Kamokamo, Karino, Tawa Oil, Karamu Oil, Peruperu to make up the display

Pikopiko cooked to perfection exactly how I like it, dripping with "wai kutae", mussel stock. With aroma's similar to asparagus scented with a strong New Zealand native forest flavour, this native vegetable is prized at a high level in the kitchens of the Marae and home. Now marketed as a fiddlehead vegetable in restaurants across New Zealand, it has earnt its rightful place amongst our mainstream vegetables. ka pai tera.

Pikopiko cooked to perfection exactly how I like it, dripping with "wai kutae", mussel stock. With aroma's similar to asparagus scented with a strong New Zealand native forest flavour, this native vegetable is prized at a high level in the kitchens of the Marae and home. Now marketed as a fiddlehead vegetable in restaurants across New Zealand, it has earnt its rightful place amongst our mainstream vegetables. ka pai tera.

This is the Kawakawa plant that is a medicine, a healing and soothing plant when heated and the leaves applied to the body, a flavouring, and tonic drink thirst quencher that is superb to relax and enjoy the aromas of nature that the early Maori would enjoy.

This is the Kawakawa plant that is a medicine, a healing and soothing plant when heated and the leaves applied to the body, a flavouring, and tonic drink thirst quencher that is superb to relax and enjoy the aromas of nature that the early Maori would enjoy.

Pikopiko is a native plant to New Zealand, and it's a key component of modern Maori cuisine. This is pikopiko on a potato mash with breast of chicken with Sauce Montgrief

Pikopiko is a native plant to New Zealand, and it's a key component of modern Maori cuisine. This is pikopiko on a potato mash with breast of chicken with Sauce Montgrief

Māori harvesting seasons – Te mahi kai – food production economics – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

Māori harvesting seasons – Te mahi kai – food production economics – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

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