My Dilly Bag offers a range of virtual experiences including:
Aunty Dale and team deliver engaging webinars via your preferred platform. These are customised to your requirements in terms of length and content covered, usually consisting of a presentation on bushfoods along with a cooking demonstration. Click here for more info and bookings.
Perfect for: community and corporate professional development, team bonding, special events, key cultural celebrations (NAIDOC week, Harmony Day), and cultural awareness experiences.
A chance for your remote workers, community and students to make a delicious bushfood feast in this virtual team building activity!
Photo of University of QLD NAIDOC Week Cooking Class with guest students
Learn to cook with bushfoods at your own pace and in the comfort of your own kitchen. Cook along with Aunty Dale, covering an overview of bushfood ingredients you will be using and 15 recipes with 4 bonus recipes thrown in!!
Each recipe uses different ingredients and My Dilly Bag herbs and spices. This is an immersive, sensory culinary adventure that is perfect as a gift or for yourself. The aim is to build confidence in the use of bushfoods so you can use them into the future in your own cooking. It is fun and taste sensational!!
Perfect for: personal development, cultural awareness, expanding your cooking skills, a fabulous gift for anyone interested in bushfoods and Australian culture.
Aunty Dale's classes are full of fun and easy to follow. Get to know this remarkable woman and hear her story. Build your confidence and enjoy a whole new way of sharing food with your family and friends!
For education providers wanting an interactive, sensory, informative classroom presentation on bushfoods, who need access to engaging and entertaining bushfood insights in order to connect class content to Aboriginal culture in meaningful ways.
Aunty Dale provides a self-delivered, immersive, fun and engaging classroom presentation covering 18 products that celebrate native Australian botanicals.
She combines traditional Aboriginal knowledge with decades of experience as a qualified Chef, Author and Adjunct Professor at the University of Queensland and brings a lifetime of passion specialising in growing, harvesting and cooking with bushfoods.
Perfect for: students of all ages and teachers wanting an interactive, sensory presentation to guide their students on a bushfood culinary journey.
A unique experience for your students that is relevant to all ages and delivered in a fun and insightful way.
Aunty Dale presents live via webinar on a variety of bushfood ingredients, skills and tips. These are recorded from the My Dilly Bag store and viewed from home.
The live cookups combine My Dilly Bag products and produce with items found in your pantry. Please see information on categories covered and how to book here.
Perfect for: anyone wanting a covid-friendly, fun and entertaining experience from the comfort of your own home.
An easy way to build new skills, gain confidence and inspiration to cook with bushfoods. These sessions are quick informal and fun!