Edmonds has announced the launch of te reo Māori cookbook, Edmonds Taku Puka Tohutao Tuatahi, based on the bestselling Edmonds My First Cookbook, which sold almost fifty thousand copies nationwide since 2019.
The cookbook makes learning te reo Māori fun and easy. Dr Jen Martin’s translation, edited by Stephanie Fong, provides all the relevant cooking terms to support te reo usage in kitchens throughout Aotearoa.
“Edmonds has been one of Aotearoa’s most trusted and loved brands for 140 years, synonymous with Kiwi home cooking and baking,” said Goodman Fielder CEO Bernard Duignan. “Generations of bakers and cooks have embraced Edmonds cookbooks to deliver healthy, simple recipes using quality products and ingredients.”
Includes seven new recipes, including Parāoa Parai (Māori Fried Bread) and Pihikete Whetū (Star Biscuits), created by cook Kirsten Holtz, the book supports both tamariki and adults with their comprehension and confidence in te reo Māori.
Edmonds Taku Puka Tohutao Tuatahi is available in bookstores from the 29th of August.