Indigenous Cooking & Conversation with Peta: Lemon Myrtle Wattleseed Scones
Cook-along with Peta Hudson as she shares conversations and knowledge for growing and cooking indigenous plants with Axe Creek Landcare.
This is a FREE Online event, you need to book here.
Join indigenous healer and teacher Peta Hudson in an afternoon of scone-baking with Axe Creek Landcare Group.
Peta is a devoted Djaara, Taungurung and Yorta Yorta woman with ancestral bloodlines in Indian Healing. She draws on her deep ancestral history and connection with Country, to provide a traditional take on a modern recipe.
Prior to the workshop participants will receive specialty indigenous ingredients for use in this easy scone recipe. Participants will be required to supply their own cupboard staples and cooking equipment.
• Wattleseed flour
• Lemon myrtle
• Self-raising flour
This event series aims to build citizen relationship with Bendigo parks and reserves through creative engagement. Through cooking indigenous plants, conversations evolve around cultural significance of our land; through Nature Journaling, an eye for the detail and beauty reaches its maturity; through building a bee hotel, an understanding of nature’s synergies grows; and through the lens of a camera, participants nurture a whole new perspective on the splendour and the intricacies of our land.