Sunday, 10 November 2013
Nou te rourou, Nāku te rourou ka ora ai te iwi katoa
With my food basket and your food basket the iwi shall be fed.
This week’s whakatāuki is explained by Erueti Tutaki nō Ngāti Maniapoto
Auckland-based Māori chef, Erueti Tutaki, shares what Māori kai means to him and teaches us how to prepare cured Salmon using karengo, or seaweed with Rosemary Rangitauira.
Chef Erueti Tutaki invites Te Ahi Kaa into his kitchen and whips up a few of his delectable dishes.
Te Ahi Kaa explores whether treaty settlements by iwi are changing the way people perceive Māori. Rosemary Rangitauira talks to Ngāti Whatua o Orakei Trustee Sharon Hawke and former Race Relations Commisisoner, Joris de Bres. We also hear what people on the streets of Hamilton, Queenstown, and Dunedin think about tangata whenua.
Waiata featured: ‘Treaty’ performed by Moana and the Moahunters from the album Rua (1998).