The first participant in the new Innovator program at Salamanca Market is Tim Sculthorpe from palawa kipli. 'palawa' means Tasmanian Aborigine, kipli means food in palawa kani (Tasmanian Aboriginal language) and this business seeks to bring people together to enjoy a modern take on traditional foods.
palawa kipli is offering an exciting range of dishes to purchase, many of which use sustainably harvested traditional foods including parui, sustainably harvested crickets served on a guacamole seasoned with native bush spices.
- parui - native guacamole and crickets
- payathanima - 18 hour pulled wallaby with beetroot wattle seed and walnut hummus
- sweet liyana - Tasmanian brie cheese, palawa spiced apple and honey
- nuti lamthina - Tasmanian brie cheese, mushroom and kunzea chutney
- speared paythanima - 18 hour pulled wallaby, native slaw and kunzea sauce
- speared mushroom - mushroom, native slaw and kunzea sauce
- speared breakkie bun - with Tasmanian free range egg
The Innovator program is an opportunity for new businesses to trial their product or service in a real-world trading environment.
Location: Site 182, next to the Salamanca Lawns
Dates: 24 November and 1 December 2018