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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LAST ONE They've endured the Bush Tucker trials, and campmates from hell, now is the fun bit where one contestant gets to wear a leafy crown.
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.
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.
OLYMPIC swimmer Rebecca Adlington put in a gold medal performance as she finally did her first Bush Tucker Trial after her campmates in I'm A Celebrity .
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.
They include tennis, basketball, a mini Olympics, walks and even a Bush Tucker Trial.
The thought of eating deep-fried locusts, ant egg salad or barbecued tarantulas can lead to the sort of retching usually seen during Bush Tucker Trials on I'm A Celebrity.
00pm Scoffing deepfried locusts, ant egg salad or barbecued tarantulas can lead to the sort of retching usually seen during Bush Tucker Trials on I'm A Celebrity.
9pm) Marking the 10th anniversary of Bush Tucker Trials, Ant and Dec, left, welcome more famous faces into the Australian jungle for a series of stomachchurning challenges and not-so-happy camping.