Cooking with Roo and Seasonal Native Foods

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Swan Settlers Market

124 Lennard Street

Herne Hill, WA 6056

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In this cooking demonstration, Dale will show you how to make new family favourites: kangaroo meatballs and bolognese sauce.

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Kangaroo meat is more sustainable and better for the environment than most other meat we consume. It's low in fat and cholesterol and high in protein and iron. It's also delicious and cooked well is not at all “gamey”. In this cooking demonstration, Dale will show you how to make new family favourites: kangaroo meatballs and bolognese sauce. She will also show you how to add native herbs and spices to enhance the flavour. As she cooks, Dale will talk about the ingredients and impart many other useful cooking tips and interesting information about Australian native herbs and spices.

About Dale Tilbrook

Dale has been a Swan Valley local since 1998, when she and her brother moved their artisan artefact workshop to the old West Swan Primary School. Maalinup Gallery followed, offering authentic Aboriginal art, gifts and bush food. The Experiences part of the business has steadily grown as customers seek more knowledge about Aboriginal culture and life.

Dale is a Wardandi Bibbulmun woman whose traditional Aboriginal country is the Margaret River, Busselton, Augusta area. Having spent many years gathering knowledge from her elders and other sources, Dale is often called on to talk about bush food, which she loves presenting and encouraging people to incorporate more Australian native edibles into their everyday cooking.

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