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Awelye - Atnwengerrp by Minnie Pwerle

'Awelye - Atnwengerrp' by Aboriginal artist Minnie Pwerle 90 x 148 cm. ty, just another masterpiece. via coolabah art

My favourite food by far! I love my australian food. Well I am Australian!

Damper Bread

Australian Damper bread - an iconic part of Australia's food culture. Originally made by drovers, cattle herders etc this basic bread recipe is delicious

A site with many Bush Tucker Plant Foods. Australian #survival.

List of Bush Tucker Plant Foods - Syzygium smithii - Acmena smithii - Common Lilly Pilly

Damper with golden syrup butter | Official Thermomix Recipe Community

Recipe Damper with golden syrup butter by Thermomix in Australia - Recipe of category Breads rolls

Australian Bush Tucker – Native Fruits kutjera tomato

Australian desert raisin (Bush raisin, bush tomato,Akatjurra)- Solanum centrale The fruits have a strong, pungent taste of tamarillo and caramel that makes them popular.

Australian Bush Tucker Display at Alice Springs Desert Park - Australian Outback Northern Territory Tourism

Australian Bush Tucker Display at Alice Springs Desert Park - Australian Outback Northern Territory Tourism.

ThermoFun – Rosemary, Feta and Walnut Damper Recipe

ThermoFun – Rosemary, Feta and Walnut Damper

Healthy option: Because she no longer uses ‘packet and jar’ mixes she has cut out any addi.

Australia Needs to Embrace Its Bush Tucker

Bush tucker, as native Australian foods are commonly known, are as delicious as they are wild. Yet Australia has never embraced its quandongs and its wallaby meats as part of its national cuisine—and that is a damn shame.

Honey Ant | Australian Bush Tucker – Bush Food

Honey Pot Ant "also called honey ants or repletes, are ants which are gorged with food by workers, to the point that their abdomens swell enormously, a condition called plerergate. Other ants then extract nourishment from them.

Touring & Tasting’s Damper Loaf. An Australian damper loaf is similar to an Irish soda bread. Irish immigrants brought the recipe to “The Land Down Under” and it was adapted to the Outback using wattle seed--a native "bush tucker" ingredient. Without the wattle seed, the bread is still a satisfyingly dense, fine-textured rye that pairs well with cheese and wine.

Soft, fragrant bread laced with sun-dried tomato, olive, onion and rosemary is wonderful warm.


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