Lau Lau - Instead of ti leaf, I wrap in foil and cook them in the crock pot. If you can't find luau leaves - use spinach or kale!

Lau Lau - ti leaf bundles filled with salted pork and lau lau leaves and steamed/smoked in an imu (a special pit filled with hot lava rocks) or in a big steamer pot.

Step by step on how to lay a Hangi #aTableForTwo

I am neither Kiwi nor Maori, and never lay a hangi in my life. But after attending the Earth Masterclass at Melbourne Food and Wine Festival last weekend, I was so inspired that now suddenly have t…

Traditional hangi. Lamb cooked in a pit

Traditional dishes for Waitangi Day. Waitangi Day is barreling down the pike -- well, as much as any New Zealand holiday can be gaining momentum here in the U. So, what is .

Maori stones hold magnetic clues: Scientists are studying the Earth's magnetic field using the stones that line Maori steam ovens.    The cooking process generates so much heat that the magnetic minerals in these stones will realign themselves with the current field direction.

Maori stones hold magnetic clues

New Zealand Hangi - a unique flavour...got to experience this. There is a real ceremony that goes along with this.

New Zealand Hangi - The traditional Maori food making method. A unique flavor with a real ceremony that goes along with this.very similar to Jamaica!

WARREN POHATU CREATIVE: THE MURIWAI HANGI PIT

Remember the days when kids gathered to watch the men pull up the hangi. Back in the it was the ultimate time of every occasion.

The Hangi of the Maori

The Hangi of the Maori

The Hangi of the Maori

The Hangi of the Maori

Hangi prepared for the World Association of Chefs Conference - Auckland 2006

Hangi prepared for the World Association of Chefs Conference - Auckland 2006


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