bush tucker


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bush tucker

n
(Cookery)
a. any wild animal, insect, plant or plant extract, etc traditionally used as food by native Australians
b. cooking based around ingredients taken from the Australian wilderness
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TOFF cemented her position as favourite to win after a brilliant performance on Bush Tucker Trial, Snakes are High.
Forty-one schools in the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges region have received grants totalling more than $70,000 to support environmental projects including creating bush tucker gardens, building frog ponds and restoring bandicoot habitat.
CHILDREN and adults were treated to a day of Bush Tucker Trials, and fancy dress costume competitions when Creatures of Coventry held their annual fun day yesterday.
It looked like the poor lass had gone from bush tucker to bushwhacked in just a few short weeks.
Andrew Jackson, prosecuting, said that during the brief journey Atkins was heard to say that they were taking Mr Wickerson for a "four-mile bush tucker trial".
Totally support Chris Packham's criticism of bush tucker trials.
It seems a strange choice for a pastime usually associated with sandwiches and cakes, but having developed a taste for 'roo burger' on a previous trip Down Under, this is one bush tucker trial I won't be turning down.
The third section concludes by focusing on specific spice products like the bush tucker spices of Australia.
Visitors could take part in a Wii challenge, the healthy eating team held a bush tucker trial and gave healthy eating advice, Get Caerphilly Online showed what can do be done with a raspberry pi, and there was an introduction to first aid.
Cause he won all the bush tucker trials which was really quite epic.
Napangardi's Bush Tucker Walk ISBN 9780980796926 SCIS 1595165 Self Pub, 2012 16pp $15.