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Celebrating NAIDOC Week 2020   View this email in your browser

Macadamia and salted caramel raw slice

Aunty Dale Chapman is an Indigenous woman born in Dirranbandi in south west Queensland on Yuwaalaraay and Kooma tribal lands. She has kindly created two delicious macadamia recipes for us to share this NAIDOC week including this raw macadamia slice (pictured) and a special macadamia dukkah.

“I have lived and worked on Kabi Kabi land, known as the Sunshine Coast, since 1976. My totems are the emu which was passed to me through my grandfather's family and the possum passed through my grandmother’s family."

Aunty Dale has been in the food business for twenty years and you can learn more about her and her business at mydillybag.com.au


Recipe here

Download your free colouring sheets

In celebration of #NAIDOC2020, Indigenous artist Belle Budden, a proud Wakka Wakka woman, has created two macadamia inspired colouring sheets. 

Gathering - Aboriginal people have feasted on Bopple Nuts (macadamia nuts) for thousands of years. This drawing represents the coming together of our people to collect and feast on the nutritious nuts. Download here

Collecting (pictured) - harvesting the fresh nuts, collecting them up to be shared out together. Download here

We would love to see your completed colouring sheets, so please share your works of art on our Facebook page or email them to us at social@australian-macadamias.org


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A macadamia moment with Delta Kay

Delta is a well known and respected Arakwal Bundjalung woman in the Byron Shire. She also conducts guided tours of Cape Byron and the surrounding area. We take a macadamia moment with Delta and ask her if she remembers the first time she tasted a macadamia.

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Why shopping at a farmers' market is more important than ever!

Do you have a local farmers' market where you live? Farmers’ markets are essential for small farm businesses, especially during a year like 2020. Learn why shopping at a farmers' market is more important than ever!

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The Yugambeh language people are the traditional custodians of the land located in south-east Queensland and north-east New South Wales, now within the Logan City, Gold Coast, Scenic Rim, and Tweed City regions whose ancestors all spoke one or more dialects of the Yugambeh Language. Press play and learn the word for macadamia and several other words in Yugambeh language.
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