The British brought basic food supplies, including flour, sugar, butter, rice, pork and beef.
- Flour was baked into bread/damper.
- The meat was salt preserved
After World War ll, the Chinese came to Australia bringing their culture and food.
- They eventually opened restaurants.
These chocolate and coconut cake-ish wonders were named after Lord Lamington, the governor of Queensland from 1895 to 1901, who wore a cake-like homburg hat.
meat, great weather and the outdoors puts the barbecue among our favourite cooking methods
ANZAC (Australia and New Zealand Army Corps) biscuits were created as a nutritional boost for soldiers during World War I.
- The Anzac biscuit was designed to withstand long sea journeys.
Was invented in 1923
Although some New Zealanders claim this dessert as their own, Australian chef Herbert Sasche is believed to have created it to honour the 1935 Australian visit of the Russian ballerina, Anna Pavlova.
During the continuous migration into Australia, different countries influenced how we eat today.
- The British and Irish influenced the meat and three veg dinner, followed by tea or beer.
The new settlers brang expresso coffee and cappuccino.
- Coffee became the new breakfast drink.
Because of women began working, time spent on shopping and preparing for meals decrease. This meant that processed and frozen foods became to the 'go to'.
- Frozen meals
- Frozen Veg