Kakadu National Park

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Join up-and-coming Indigenous chef Zach Green for a tasty and informative cooking class showcasing native ingredients.

This free masterclass will show you how to incorporate bush foods into everyday cuisine in a way that celebrates Indigenous cultures.

Zach loves to tell his family’s stories while cooking, as well as share the traditional meanings of ingredients and the deep complexities of Aboriginal kinship and culture.

This is a must-attend event for anyone who wants to try cooking with native ingredients at home.

Meet the chef

Zach Green

Zach Green

Indigenous chef Zach Green is bringing his innovative take on bush tucker to Kakadu again this year.

Zach loves to tell his family’s stories while cooking, as well as share the cultural meanings of ingredients and the deep complexities of Aboriginal kinship and culture.

One half of Darwin pop-up Elijah’s Kitchen, Zach has been getting Territory mouths watering with dishes such as sweet chilli mango mud crab and green ant cheesecake.

Join us to see what this rapidly rising star of the NT food scene has planned for the 2018 festival.

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