Maori drink recipes

Coconut, the tree of life

Coconut, the tree of life

I have eaten this before, it is called heart of palm, and in Argentina I ate it in sandwiches (it is called palmito there), in Asia I ate it in a variety of dishes, and in New Zealand I went on a foraging trip with a Maori forest ranger and ate the heart of a young Nikau palm (but much smaller than this stalk of coconut
Wine trailing in Marlborough

Wine trailing in Marlborough

MiruMiru Non Vintage - Maori for 'bubbles'. A delicate drink. A delicate drink. 2008 Pinot Gris - a subtle apple and pear flavour which was also easy to drink. 2008 Pinot Gris - a subtle apple and pear flavour which was also easy to drink

30 goals for 2015

Learn Te Reo Maori. Drink more water. I thought I was going to struggle writing down 30 goals for 2015, but this list came together kind of easily

Hello..........and a list

I had started my Te Reo Maori classes sooner, loving be in the classroom again. Drinking. Hello. It's been too long between blog posts
What to eat and see at Taste of Auckland 2015

What to eat and see at Taste of Auckland 2015

Drinks are extra. Drink responsibly. Taste of Auckland starts on this Thursday. Running Thursday 5 to Sunday 8 November 2015, this will be their second year at the new location of Western Springs

Spirited Women Adventure Race

Luckily Moira — in charge of team wellness — was making us eat and drink at regular intervals (she’s quite strict) which can make the world of difference in the beginning of the race when really it’s the last thing you feel like doing
NZ’s New Gold Rush – Manuka Honey

NZ’s New Gold Rush – Manuka Honey

Manuka played an important role in traditional Maori medicine, while Captain Cook liked to drink it as a tea (hence its other common name, tea-tree)
Auckland! Prepare your waistbands.

Auckland! Prepare your waistbands.

$40 FOR 3 TASTING DISHES AND A DRINK. Showcasing 3 signature tasting dishes from the Unplugged menu matched with a drink

READY, SET, EAT!

Enjoy the very best of best of food, drink and hospitality in the luxuriously appointed Qantas Hospitality Marquee
Taste of Auckland – food, mostly.

Taste of Auckland – food, mostly.

For those unfamiliar with the process, hangi is a traditional Maori method of cooking underground using heated rocks
Must Try Food in New Zealand

Must Try Food in New Zealand

Hangi – If you want to taste of a real Maori culture, then you should not miss this one. L&P – Another popular Kiwiana, this soft drink is only manufactured in New Zealand as its main ingredient is the mineral water from the town of Paeroa, mix it with lemon you have a fizzy lemonade loved by Kiwis

Richard Ruru - Tangi

It is when the Maoris believe they are sending the spirit of the dead person on to the heavens, sort of releasing them
Akaroa A Taste of Old France in New Zealand

Akaroa A Taste of Old France in New Zealand

The Maori. Dale has now embraced this eating with drinking culture of mine. Now enroute to Akaroa and through some of the most beautiful countryside you will even see