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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DELIGHT Joe greets mum Kiffy last night; CONGRATULATIONS Fellow jungle celebs gather to cheer Joe; DETERMINED Joe endures jungle rat pit trial; TASTY George gobbles down bush tucker
He'll also be having a go at a few of the all-new disgusting bush tucker trials and celebrity chests that lie in wait for the likes of Martina Navratilova, George Takei and Simon Webbe from Blue.
Some of them have endured bush tucker trials and witchity grubs, some of them haven't.
The former EastEnder just beat another equally squeamish Bush Tucker victim, PAUL BURRELL, for the honour.
The Prince even had to undergo his own authentic Bush Tucker Trial, refusing to put a live widgety grub in his mouth.
It was a case of Jan Squealing and Scott Hurls hall when it came to the latest bush tucker trial - scoffing jungle bugs.
Pete Wilson wolfed down the three Australian leaf insects after organising his own Bush Tucker Trial.
A SHOCKED family suffered their own "bush tucker trial" when they found a huge yellow caterpillar in a tin of supermarket food.
A spokeswoman from DailyDietTracker said: 'The bush tucker diet is not actually as bad as it first seems.
The former Celtic and Scotland striker said the bush tucker reality show would be no worse than Possil in Glasgow on a Saturday night.
THE I'm A Celebrity stars had a hellish time yesterday in the Bush Tucker Trial.
If she and Phil, or better yet, Chas and Camilla, could be persuaded to do a Bush Tucker Challenge, we'd all be riveted.