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Tully State High School, Deadly Bush Foods Dinner

Teens grow, gather and serve up Deadly bush foods feast

Teens grow, gather and serve up Deadly bush foods feast

15/09/2019 11:56:00 PM

Teens grow, gather and serve up Deadly bush food s feast

If saltbush arancini with Burdekin plum relish and bush lemon aioli sounds tempting, perhaps you should get along to a dinner that showcases native bush food s.

Fancy some saltbush arancini with Burdekin plum relish and bush lemon aioli?Or how about chocolate and Red River cherry delice cake with bush lemon and coconut semifreddo and dragon fruit shortbread?Key points:Tully high school students host a Deadly bush foods dinner for more than 200 guests

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The four-course menu showcased bush foods collected from the local areaLocal Aboriginal elders helped students grow and gather the ingredientsThey were just some of the dishes served up by students from North Queensland's Tully State High School at their Deadly bush foods dinner.

With the school gymnasium converted into a restaurant for more than 200 guests, the four-course menu showcased bush foods that were grown in the school garden or wild-harvested from the local area with the help of traditional owners.Year 12 food technology and hospitality students prepared the dishes from scratch while other pupils served as waiters.

Chef-turned-teacher Cat Clarke developed the program and designed the menu. Read more: ABC News »

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