This gorgeous cookbook celebrates the flair and flavours of Wellington’s well known Cuba Street. Take a journey up the street and enjoy a colourful mix of recipes, provided by over twenty of your favourite bars and eateries!
Haka, by Patricia Grace, is the story of the great Ngāti Toa chief Te Rauparaha and how he came to compose the haka ‘Ka Mate, Ka Mate’. The haka has become recognisable all over the world by being performed by New Zealand teams at national and international rugby and other sporting events.
New Zealand: Eye on the Landscape, presents a strikingly fresh and original view of this much photographed country. It is the perfect book for anyone with a love of great photography and the remarkable landscape of New Zealand.
Kiwiana Uniquely New Zealand is an essential guide for both New Zealanders and overseas visitors, identifying and celebrating some of the more colourful and durable aspects of this country’s popular culture.
Mauri Ora links whakatauki to key personal virtues idealised across cultures and generations. Meaning, the virtues, wisdom, courage, compassion, integrity, self-mastery and belief, all stem from the science of positive psychology; the study of how to live a better life.
Illustrated throughout with wonderful photographs from an old world, this book draws on traditional wisdom to provide a recipe for personal effectiveness and leadership, and a rewarding connection of Māori knowledge to contemporary thinking about personal happiness and fulfilment.
Author: Peter Alsop & Te Rau Kupenga
First Published 2016
This product is also available for purchase in store at the Wellington Museum.