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Wet Rub Kangaroo & Wiild Weeds Gnocchi

Howling Dingo

Richard Proenneke
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Out bush the other day teaching some foraging and bush cooking skills. I Love these palm leaf sheaths as they make great improvise bowls for the storing and harvesting of wild plants.

Banana leafs when available are good resource when cooking outdoors. Not only do they help keep food of the clean out of the dirt. But you can use them "En papillote" folding the leaf and gently cooking the meat or fish inside.

The kangaroo tenderloin has been given a wet rub of saitbush, Australian native thyme and chille from the pantry.

Foraged wiild fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) and madira vine (Anredera cordifolia ) gnocchi lunch. Cooked on a improvised vintage petrol can stove I made.The stove "chimney" is made from a bike frame tube
 

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Yamaotoko

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Out bush the other day teaching some foraging and bush cooking skills. I Love these palm leaf sheaths as they make great improvise bowls for the storing and harvesting of wild plants.

Banana leafs when available are good resource when cooking outdoors. Not only do they help keep food of the clean out of the dirt. But you can use them "En papillote" folding the leaf and gently cooking the meat or fish inside.

The kangaroo tenderloin has been given a wet rub of saitbush, Australian native thyme and chille from the pantry.

Foraged wiild fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) and madira vine (Anredera cordifolia ) gnocchi lunch. Cooked on a improvised vintage petrol can stove I made.The stove "chimney" is made from a bike frame tube
Looks like a feast!
 
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