or kina (sea urchins)
plus a whole lot more
I was allowed an ice cream! (only to support the hockey team)
Watermelons & ice cream was another option:
They looked spectacular!
Evie was there from the Multi-ethnic Council, pushing the recipe books I heard about at last years Race Unity Day. They looked good, we bought one and more get more for presents.
Archdeacon Harvey Ruru was working hard at a BBQ
and there were some interesting sights
This little guy was carting around a clipboard, seeking our comments on the event. The latest entry was ‘te reka te kai’ – tasty food! We agreed.
The combination of the marae grounds and Founders Park made an excellent venue for something like this. An excellent way to enhance understandings between culture on NZ’s national day.