Carli Ratcliff: Australia’s National (barbeque) Day

Published by Wednesday, January 26, 2011 Permalink 0

by Carli Ratcliff, our Australian correspondent

Carli Ratcliff, named Best New Food Writer 2010, looks at the origins of the nation’s most recognisable foods, some served in celebration.

January 26 marks the beginning of British settlement in Australia. Captain Arthur Phillip, commander of the First Fleet, sailed into Sydney Cove on this day in 1788. Over time, the day has become a wider celebration of Australia’s spirit and diversity, recognising the country’s indigenous owners and the multicultural population.

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