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I recently made my way bright and early one Saturday morning to the Pyrmont Grower’s Market with Nick and Gummi Bear in tow. The invite to Sydney Morning Herald Pyrmont Grower’s Market Barbecue Madness was too hard to pass up. The sustainable meatfest set off the much awaited Crave festivities in Sydney for the month …
Davidson's plum panna cotta with charred finger lime - HeNeedsFood
Using native Australian Davidson's plums and finger lime in this delicate and vibrantly coloured panna cotta.
Quandong Crumble Pie
[The Quandong, aka Australian Wild Peach] I recognise that not everyone will be able to get their hands on quandongs in order to complete this recipe. However, we are eating plenty of them at the moment as the only fruit trees we have are Wild Peaches, and they are loaded with fruit! Of course, the following crumble pie recipe doesn't have to have a quandong filling: Any stewed fruit will do! To make the shortcrust base: 2 cups plain (all purpose) flour 1/2 cup icing sugar 150g cold butter 1…
The bush banana is a climbing woody vine found growing on other shrubs and trees, and often difficult to see among the trees own leaves. The bush banana has creamy flowers, and thick narrow leaves that grow from a short stalk.
Bush Tucker Gardening: 20 Sept: Sydney
Bush Tucker Gardening is a great way to introduce more diversity and native species into your diet and home garden. This course will get you started.
Orange Berry Tree - Glycosm, Glycosmis trifoliata
Native to rainforest and vine thickets in tropical Australia to as far south as Bundaberg and spread into Asia this is an attractive small tree with tasty berries. Tiny white fragrant flowers are followed by small orange to pink juicy fruits that are sweet and honey flavoured with resinous overtones. Obviously related to the citrus family the foliage is glossy and aromatic. Perfect for use in a mixed screen or bush food garden the orange berry is also a host plant for the swallow tailed…
Hotels in Australia (Oceania)
Parachilna is the last place you would expect to find fine cuisine. Yet the Prairie Hotel has earned an international reputation for its innovative use of bush tucker or 'Feral Food'. Where else in the world can you get an antipasto of smoked kangaroo and camel sausages or wallaby shaslick?