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QUICK & EASY TIPS FOR USING LEMON MYRTLE

QUICK & EASY TIPS FOR USING LEMON MYRTLE

Lemon Myrtle is probably the best-know bushfood and can be easily incorporated into most recipes where lemon or lime is used.
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Australian Natives in Cocktails

Australian Natives in Cocktails

Australian Natives in Cocktails at Bad Frankies, Fitzroy with Jude Mayall, OutbackChef.  Broadsheet has partnered with World Class to present World Class Cocktail Week. More than 30 events will be held across Melbourne to celebrate the art of cocktail making and the talented bartenders who make them.  Learn how to champion Australian botanicals and spirits in your cocktail making. Join World Class bartender Sebastian Costello and Jude Mayall, owner of Outback Chef, for an educational and inventive class on how to embrace Australia’s native ingredients in cocktail making. The pair will talk through the life cycle, seasonal opportunities and flavours of a range of native plants, while offering three different and exclusive cocktails that champion Australian botanicals and spirits. Expect to sample local ingredients like finger limes, lemon myrtle and pepperberry. Produced by Broadsheet in partnership with World Class.  8 May, 7:30pm. Book your tickets online. badfrankie.com
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Bushfood Q and A

Want to learn more about Australian native food?
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Lemon Myrtle Ice-Cream

With this amazingly hot weather that we're experiencing at the moment,  we need a cool treat after dinner.....so treat yourself with Lemon Myrtle and Coconut ice-cream recipe as a unique gourmet native food treat.   This is a simple no fuss ice-cream with LEMON MYRTLE & COCONUT ICE-CREAM.... an all-in-together job which is important in the hot weather when you don't want to be mucking around.  I know that you can make ice-creams from a custard with eggs etc and they probably do last a little longer in the freezer, but this is one to make, freeze, eat and enjoy.
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Latest Newsletters

Latest Newsletters can be found here if you missed them
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OutbackChef talking with Chef Kelvin Shaw, Altair Restaurant

Interview with Kelvin Shaw, Altair Restaurant talking about fusion of Australian native food into local cuisine.
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Australian Roasted Wattleseed

Australian Roasted Wattleseed

Wattleseed is fast becoming an Australian favourite, use roasted and ground to extract the full flavour potential.  A gourmet Australian spice.
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Waking up to Superfoods in our backyard

https://www.gffoodservice.com.au/idea/waking-up-to-the-superfoods-in-our-backyard/
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Australian Native Dinner at Altair restaurant

Kelvin and Michelle Shaw did another extraordinary job featuring an Australian cuisine degustation showing how fantastic our bushfood is and how it can be incorporated in so many dishes.  They have a special night once a year that showcases Australian food, a not to be missed event. see review here from The World Loves Melbourne https://theworldlovesmelbourne.com/food-wine/1060-altair-indigenous-dinner-for-good-food-month.html
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Jude Mayall talking with Neill Bartlett, Aussie Radio Show, on defining Australian food.

The Aussie Radio Show coming from anywhere "DownUnder"  Jude is a regular guest and in this segment she is talking with the host, Niell Bartlett, about Australian food and how is it defining itself through it's multi cultural population as well as native food
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