Slow Food Brisbane NAIDOC Hampers & Cooking Class

NAIDOC might be moved to November this year due to COVID-19 but we’re still celebrating with a Native Cooking Class with Wendy and the gang at The Cheeseboard in Stafford. Date: Sunday 19 July 2020Time: 12 noon – 3pmVenue: The Cheeseboard, 31 Wolverhampton St, Stafford.Cost: Members $150 Non-Members $160 – includes class, recipes, lunch andContinue reading “Slow Food Brisbane NAIDOC Hampers & Cooking Class”

Enjoy Native Products at Home

Since COVID-19 has affected many hospitality businesses and the way we interact, we’ve been working on ways to get native food into homes around Brisbane and South East Queensland and continue spreading our love and passion for indigenous ingredients. We’ve come up with a range of preserves and spice mixes for you to add toContinue reading “Enjoy Native Products at Home”

Behind the scenes for Gateway Education

Last Thursday we teamed up with Aunty Dale Chapman from My Dilly Bag to film short videos for Gateway Education. Using six “hero” native ingredients Aunty Dale spoke about traditional uses and shared some of her endless knowledge while Three Little Birds cooked recipes using each one as the focus. Cooking delish native dishes fromContinue reading “Behind the scenes for Gateway Education”

Myrtle Fermented Cabbage

To celebrate the launch of My Dilly Bag and our virtual online workshops we’re sharing our recipe for delicious fermented cabbage with three different myrtles. We’re currently in the process of filming our Native Sustainable Seafood and Fermentation Class. Due to COVID-19 we’re unable to hold our events and pop-ups so we’ll be sharing ourContinue reading “Myrtle Fermented Cabbage”