Description

In the vein of Hugh Fearnley-Wittingstall's River Cottage, Wild Kitchen uncovers Australian Indigenous chef Clayton Donovan's unique approach to food, while exploring the diverse landscape and culture of the north coast of New South Wales. Larrikin host Donovan travels through the indigenous areas of the region, visiting farms and providores and sourcing the freshest ingredients for his delicious recipes. At the heart of the series is Clayton’s down to earth approach to cooking, focusing on sustainable farming and ‘paddock sourcing’ ingredients from the roadside or local growers. The people, stories, culture and landscape combine to create a vibrant and upbeat series that incorporates Indigenous culture and native foods in a refreshing and distinctive way.

    • $9.99

Description

In the vein of Hugh Fearnley-Wittingstall's River Cottage, Wild Kitchen uncovers Australian Indigenous chef Clayton Donovan's unique approach to food, while exploring the diverse landscape and culture of the north coast of New South Wales. Larrikin host Donovan travels through the indigenous areas of the region, visiting farms and providores and sourcing the freshest ingredients for his delicious recipes. At the heart of the series is Clayton’s down to earth approach to cooking, focusing on sustainable farming and ‘paddock sourcing’ ingredients from the roadside or local growers. The people, stories, culture and landscape combine to create a vibrant and upbeat series that incorporates Indigenous culture and native foods in a refreshing and distinctive way.

    • Episode 1

    Oysters with Finger Limes, Avocado Mousse and Carrot Foam + Seared Buffalo Salad with Davidson Plum

    This episode is set in the heart of Gumbaynggirr country where Clayton travels up the Nambucca River to find out what goes into growing some of the countries freshest oysters. After getting some finger limes from a schoolteacher turned farmer, Clayton puts together his recipe underneath an old fig tree bedside the river.

    • HD
    • 27 Minutes

    This episode is set in the heart of Gumbaynggirr country where Clayton travels up the Nambucca River to find out what goes into growing some of the countries freshest oysters. After getting some finger limes from a schoolteacher turned farmer, Clayton puts together his recipe underneath an old fig tree bedside the river.

    • HD
    • 27 Minutes
    • Episode 2

    Spatchcock with Mediterranean Vegetables and Bloodlimes + Venison vs. Kangaroo with Chocolate Jus

    At the top of Mount Yariabinni, Clayton finds out about totems and their significance to Aboriginal culture. He then travels to a chicken and duck farm in the shadows of the mountain and gets his hands on some sustainably grown chickens.

    • HD
    • 27 Minutes

    At the top of Mount Yariabinni, Clayton finds out about totems and their significance to Aboriginal culture. He then travels to a chicken and duck farm in the shadows of the mountain and gets his hands on some sustainably grown chickens.

    • HD
    • 27 Minutes
    • Episode 3

    Spanner Crab with Rooscuttio and Cauli Puree + Beef Skirt Roulade with Macadamia Nuts, Goad Curd and Capsicum Couli

    Clayton heads out to sea in Bunjalung country and becomes the boats good luck charm when they pull in one of the best spanner crab catches to date. After picking up some edible flowers from the markets, Clayton visits a niche small goods factory that is making one of the newest member of the bush foods family 'roo'sciutto.

    • HD
    • 27 Minutes

    Clayton heads out to sea in Bunjalung country and becomes the boats good luck charm when they pull in one of the best spanner crab catches to date. After picking up some edible flowers from the markets, Clayton visits a niche small goods factory that is making one of the newest member of the bush foods family 'roo'sciutto.

    • HD
    • 27 Minutes
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