Little Food Festival
Damper with Indigenous Flavours

Little Food Festival
Damper with Indigenous Flavours

Event status:
coming soon
Program type:
drop in experience
Date:
Wednesday 10 and Thursday 11 April 2024
Time:
10am - 3pm each day
Location:

Cook Zone, Main Square, Fed Square, Narrm

Admission:

Free

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Little Food Festival<br>Damper with Indigenous Flavours

As part of the Cook Zone within the Little Food Festival, drop by and taste the flavours of the bush and the tradition of baking damper, with KHT’s Tania Rossi.

Learn about the culture of First Peoples’ cooking and the origins of baking on Country.  Explore the flavours of Indigenous herbs and seeds, and take away the skills to share damper with your people at home.  We’ll also be sharing cups of tea made from Indigenous plants.  Tania Rossi (Yorta Yorta, Wiradjuri), our First Peoples Educator, will be sharing stories and knowledge behind ingredients, cooking, eating and sharing as part of her own community experiences.

This is a special drop-in opportunity, no bookings required.


The Little Food Festival is Australia’s first and only food festival created especially for kids. Join us for two foodie fun-filled days (April 10 and 11) at Fed Square these school holidays! Through fun and play, it’s the perfect opportunity for kids to explore the food system and how good food is the key to growing up healthy and protecting the environment.

This workshop is part of the Little Food Festival – Australia’s first and only food festival – just for kids!

We acknowledge the generous support of our public programming partners: Viva Energy Australia, Krystyna Campbell-Pretty and Family, and The Orloff Family Charitable Trust.

We also acknowledge our precinct partner, Fed Square.

Damper made by Tania Rossi. Photo by Nicole Smith-Walker, 2024