Bring Australian Bushfood into your home
On Sunday November 26th, 11:30am to 2pm, we are offering you the opportunity to join the bushfood adventure!
11:30am to 1:30 Spice Class
1:30pm to 2pm How to grow a Bushfood garden workshop
Learn about the variety of Australian bushfoods and how to use them in your own kitchen. Our bushfood spice class will be followed by a workshop with Andrew Aitkin, of Buninyong Bushfoods, on how to grow your own bushfood garden.
In our bushfood class we discover flavours such as wattleseed, lemon myrtle, muntrie berries, rivermint and more. The session is relaxed and conversational. As we roam through the flavours of Australia you learn how to use the flavours in your cooking and I share recipes and methods on how to use them.
The class is not officially a lunch, but we do eat quite a bit, so I recommend having an empty belly when you arrive. I can accommodate your dietary needs, please make note of them when you book your class. Andrew, from Buninyong Bushfoods, will have bushfood plants available for sale on the day. The class fee includes your bushfood class, bushfood garden workshop and I also provide a couple of bushfood spices for you to start your own cooking adventure. Classes are now held at the lovely little cottage at rear of the Buninyong Botanical Gardens, we will provide a map when you book.
See you in Buninyong! I’ll have the wattleseed on ice.