Group outside a cookhouse in Parihaka c1900
Showing an umu. A young Maori man is cooking a kite of fish on hot stones while a Maori woman looks on 1930's
New Zealand Shipping Company :S.S. "Tongariro". Breakfast [menu]. 2.4.1896.
Showing a group of Maori women and children in a Maori village cooking over an open fire
Showing Maori women at work on a Hangi - (Earth Oven) in the boilling springs at Whakarewarewa, Auckland Hot Lake Region 1901
Showing a large cooking (pudding) pot over an open fire at Kaikohe.1911
New Zealand Railways. Publicity Branch :A delicious custard and protective food. "Seameal" (Regd.) dessert; a product of W Gregg & Co. Ltd, Dunedin [ca 1940-1950s?]
Showing an area at Kaikohe set aside for cooking potatoes.1911
Farewell breakfast to the Canterbury colonists, given at at Blackwall, July 30, 1850. Toasts and appropriate airs. [List. 1850].
Tasman Empire Airways stewardess [Mrs Colley?] preparing bacon and tomatoes 1956
Putting earth over a hangi pit at Parihaka c1920
Woman serving expresso coffee at Fails Cafe, 82 Cashel Street, near the Bridge of Remembrance 1955
A REALISTIC SCENE: NATIVES COOKING FOOD IN THE ARTIFICIAL HOT SPRINGS IN THE EXHIBITION GROUNDS 1905
G Peacock (Firm, Dunedin) :Peacock's jam, Greengage & apple. Made in New Zealand, solderless sanitary safe can. Contents not less than 28 ozs net. [ca 1890-1920].
New Zealand Department of Health :Milk - a vitally essential food! Children need 3 to 4 or more glasses each day; adults 2 or more glasses daily [1930s?]