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Showing an umu. A young Maori man is cooking a kite of fish on hot stones while a Maori woman looks on 1930's

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.

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 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 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

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?]

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

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].

Farewell breakfast to the Canterbury colonists, given at at Blackwall, July 30, 1850. Toasts and appropriate airs. [List. 1850].

Woman serving expresso coffee at Fails Cafe, 82 Cashel Street, near the Bridge of Remembrance 1955

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

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].

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?]

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?]