Jin demonstrates how to cook the lobster with ginger and shallots, flamed with cognac for a truly show-stopping dish. Exclusive TV sneak peeks, recipes and competitions, Episode guide | Adam Liaw's Road Trip for Good, Episode guide | Palisa Anderson's Water Heart Food, Unravelling the mystery behind Sydney's Billy Kee chicken dish, Feels like home: Israeli semolina cake for a Friday night in, A better brunch: 21 delicious drinks and eats for breakfast-meets-lunch, Try omurice – the dish made of eggs, fried rice and tomato sauce. Episode 7: Chinese. Source: Kismet Productions. On a pristine mountain stream in Victoria’s High Country, chef Anthony Simone (Baby Café & Pizzeria) takes us to his favourite trout fishing spot from childhood and shares his simple recipe for smoking trout using a wok, hickory chips and eucalyptus leaves. Food Safari Water is a vibrant, comprehensive 13-part series which not only showcases the great seafood dishes of the world, but it also explores the traditions of catching and preserving fish, shellfish, crustaceans and sea vegetables - a celebration of hardworking fishermen and women, divers and foragers, processors and smokers as well the brilliant chefs and home cooks who share their treasured recipes and techniques. Thanks to Paulie Polacco, Salvatore Pepe (Pepe’s Cucina), Lance Wiffen (Sea Bounty), Somer Sivrioglu (Efendy), Paola Toppi, (Bar Machiavelli), Danny Russo (Candelori’s and Russolini Group), Frank Camorra (Movida Aqui), Goolwa Pipi Co, Alistair Scott-Young, Emmy Gargiulo (Sydney Fish Market), Peter’s Sydney Fish Market, Belgian Beer Café Heritage, Costa Nemitsas, Issam Daoud, Southern Fresh Seafood. Source: Kismet Productions. Malaysian Chinese chef Victor Liong (Lee Ho Fook) shares his version of the Chinese tradition of making XO sauce while chef Frank Camorra (Movida) shows a simple Spanish recipe for pickling sardines with an escabeche sauce. Chef Danny Russo (Candelori’s, Russolini Group) uses neonata mixed with fermented chilli to create a Calabrese speciality known as “poor man’s caviar”, while Kiwi expatriate home cook Kate Kennedy whips up New Zealand’s beloved whitebait fritters which are served with buttered square white bread. The complete list of SBS On Demand TV shows SBS On Demand is a free catch-up service that streams some of the best television shows from around the world and we've got the full list of … Last stop, assured master of the French kitchen chef Jacques Reymond (Bistro Gitan, L’Otel Gitan) shows how to prepare rouget (red mullet) roasted ‘en papillote’. Croatian chef of 40 years Ranko Despot (Balkan Seafood Restaurant) shows the traditional Gardella grill and cooks up a number of different fish, sharing tips and techniques on cooking perfect fish. Peruvian chef and teacher Jorge Chacon cooks the renowned hangover cure parihuela. Aired 15 August at 8 pm on SBS and then catch-up on SBS On Demand. Diver James Palanowski works in the eight-degree water off Tasmania’s east coast to harvest abalone, which is then used by acclaimed Chinese chef Frank Shek (China Doll) who teaches a home sous-vide method to achieve a spectacular spiced seafood omelette. Talented home cooks Aurora Charabati demonstrates a fish and chips variation from Lebanon using the whole garfish. See more ideas about italian recipes, recipes, food. Episode 2: Malaysian. Maeve O'Meara is back in Food Safari Water. Martial arts champion and top Adelaide chef Chung Jae Lee of Mapo restaurant reveals the basic ingredients needed for his cuisine amongst the Korean grocery stores and the fruit and vegetable stalls of Adelaide's vibrant Central Market. Source: Kismet Productions. Visit the program page for recipes, videos and more. Source: Kismet Productions. Cooking fish over fire is an instant call to the tastebuds. Hungry Ghosts is an Australian dramatic horror series, released on SBS and SBS On Demand on 24 August 2020. The elegant pairing of veal and tuna make vitello tonnato, shared by Pugliese chef Giuseppe Fuzio (Chiosco). Pacharin ('Air') Jantrakool's miang, made by smoking whole flathead over coconut husks, is served with a caramelised sauce on fresh betel leaves. Food author and broadcaster Maeve O'Meara joins her friend, 5 star chef Jess Ong (Sofitel, Sydney) who demystifies the endless range of sauces and spices, dried fish and fresh noodles and comes up with the top ingredients needed to start a workable Malaysian pantry. Chef Tan (Malacca Straits) cooks a fish head curry with a creamy coconut curry base and Simon Lee (Masak Ku) teaches the secrets to the rich curry sauce. Dynamic Vietnamese chef Jerry Mai (Annam Restaurant and Bar) cooks a spectacular grilled Murray cod with herbs, including a wicked dipping sauce. Every year Singaporean chef Alex Lee (Alex Lee Kitchen) makes Yusheng to celebrate the new year. The secret to a perfect seafood meal lies in the raw material – the seafood itself must be of impeccable quality. Refugee and fisherman Nigethan Sithirasegaram (Tamil Feasts), makes a classic Sri Lankan crab curry. Smoked rainbow trout with wild fennel & mushrooms. In Brazil, seafood is very popular and the Bahia region in the north is home to a much-loved dish called bobó de camarão which is made with prawns, cassava and dende oil, a favourite of chef Luiza Yu Gomes (1821, Civic Hotels, Universal Hotels Catering) who serves it with the beloved staple farofa made with cassava flour. In the Thai world, the perfect seafood mouthfuls come from Northern Thailand in the form of miang kham - a multi-textured wake up for the taste buds from chef Pacharin ‘Air’ Jantrakool (Chon Thai). Food Safari journeys into the intense spicy world of Malaysian food whose devotees cross oceans for the best laksa, roti and curry. Aired 8 August at 8 pm on SBS and then catch-up on SBS On Demand. Each episode is a detailed journey into one cuisine with tips on how to source, prepare and cook with authentic results. Thanks to Alex Lee (Alex Lee Kitchen), Ginger and Spice, Clive and Layla Perryman, Chris Jin (China Doll), Aissatou Ba and family (Tastes of Senegal), Luiza Yu Gomes (1821, The Civic Hotel, Universal Hotels Catering), Fouad Kassab and family (Quirky Cooking's Life-Changing Food), Lynne Hendrix, Ana Luisa de Brito Machado, Pao de Queijo by Ana, Brazilian Festival, Cinthia Nascimento. We meet Alejandro Saravia, a young chef who has settled in Sydney, opening Morena restaurant in Surry Hills - he shows Maeve some of the key ingredients in Peruvian cuisine including chillies, corn, potato and the high protein grain of the Andes - quinoa. REPEAT. In the pre-dawn hours we join legendary brothers Meng and William Woon (Malay Chinese Takeaway) in making their rich prawn and pork stock, sharing their secret recipe that’s the basis of their iconic har mee soup. Thanks to Steve Feletti (Moonlight Flat Oysters), Lee and Suzanne Macefield (Get Shucked), Louis Tikaram (EP&LP), Tetsuya Wakuda (Tetsuya’s, Waku Ghin), Gabriele Taddeucci (Balla at The Star), Greg Malouf, Somer Sivrioglu (Efendy), Sydney Fish Market, Nicholas Seafood, Judy Saba, Mud Australia. Food author and broadcaster Maeve O'Meara joins her friend, 5 star chef Jess Ong (Sofitel, Sydney) who demystifies the endless range of sauces and spices, dried fish and fresh noodles and comes up with the top ingredients needed to start a workable Malaysian pantry. Aired 22 August at 8 pm on SBS and then catch-up on SBS On Demand. Pizza lovers assemble! Aired 26 September at 8 pm on SBS and then catch-up on SBS On Demand. Covering cuisines as diverse as Senegalese, Sri Lankan, Greek, Spanish, Peruvian, Lebanese, Turkish, Thai, English and Brazilian, Water taps into a glorious exploration of the bounty of the water – many refer to seafood as the ‘best protein on the planet”, says O'Meara. Food Safari Water is the next delicious helping of Food Safari Elements exploring the cultures and cuisines of Australia. Chef Angie Hong shares the secrets of Vietnamese claypot and Cajun chef Chris Weysham (Po’ Boy Quarter, East of Everything) cooks his version of a crawfish boil with a spicy base and a mountain of prawns and crabs. Thanks to Billy and David Boustead, Jimmy Shu (Hanuman), Carmelo Lombardo (De Costi Seafoods), Steve Hodges (Sydney Fresh Seafood), Alberto Fava (Tipo 00), Alex Olsson (Olsson’s Salt), Lino Sauro (Olio Kensington Street). Thanks to Frank Camorra (Movida Aqui), Thomas Deliopoulos (Mykonos Taverna and Kalimera Souvlaki Art), Pacharin ‘Air’ Jantrakool (Chon Thai), Chris Weysham (Po’ Boy Quarter and East of Everything), Danny Russo (Candelori’s and Russolini Group), Kate Kennedy, The Eight, Zilver. Thanks to Nelly Robinson (Nel Restaurant), Nigethan Sithirasegaram (Tamil Feasts), Aurora Charabati, Jose Silva (Bibo Wine Bar), Chào Bà, Claypots Evening Star, Charlie’s Deli, The Santoro family, Paul Jones and Sharon Savdie, Dori Ellington, Kiwi Style Fish & Chips. Adelaide-based Calabrese chef Salvatore Pepe (Pepe’s Cucina) uses queen scallops to create a delicious mouthful called capesante gratinate. All your favourite recipes from Food Safari Earth's vibrant bounty is right here. This is what you need to know when you buy seafood. Italian Food Safari is the much-awaited next feast in the beautiful Food Safari series… a celebration of the incredible breadth and hard work of the Italians who came and settled in Australia over a generation ago and have kept their food traditions intact. Mussel farmer Lance Wiffen harvests his ‘black gold” at Port Arlington on Port Philip Bay, Victoria explaining how sustainable and delicious these shellfish are. Italian Food Safari - TV Showtimes. American TV host Adam Richman, known best for his competitive eating show, Man vs Food, takes viewers on an … Aired 10 October at 8 pm on SBS and then catch-up on SBS On Demand. Carlo Giacco, Composer: 15 Amore. Alberto Fava (Tipo 00) makes his inspired signature dish of squid ink tagliolini and calamari with salmon roe and bottarga. Maeve discovers how sea salt is produced in the Spencer Gulf South Australia by Olsson’s, and sea salt and rock salt are then used in a classic Sicilian recipe for whole baked snapper in a salt crust by chef Lino Sauro. Maeve seeks out the deeply satisfying carbohydrate staples at the heart of many of the great dishes of the world. Here's how to buy the best. Eels hang after smoking at The Agrarian Kitchen. Aired 7 November at 7.30pm on SBS and then catch-up on SBS On Demand. Kelp-cured blue mackerel with fennel salad. Maeve visits the inspiring Ricupero family who settled in Jarrahdale outside Perth where they grow vegetables on a … The cold clear waters off Bruny island Tasmania are where lobster fisherman Clive Perryman harvests Southern Rock Lobster, a delicacy close to the heart of chef and wok master Chris Jin (China Doll), who grew up in Shanghai and always associated the lobster with a lucky dragon. Deep fried snapper with green mango salad. In Tasmania James Ashmore (Ashmore Foods Tasmania) demonstrates how he preserves wakame and Tasmania’s favourite Japanese chef Masaaki Koyama (Masaaki’s Sushi) uses wakame to create a salad with octopus finished with a dressing using dashi. Fouad Kassab makes Lebanese sayadieh, a glorious mound of fish, spiced rice and nuts which is the pinnacle of many festive banquets. Episode 5: Vietnamese. One of the best seafood dishes of celebration comes from Lebanon –   sayadieh, the pinnacle of many banquets and cooked by wholefoods chef and writer Fouad Kassab (Quirky Cooking's Life-Changing Food). The salmon roe harvest in the Yarra Valley is spectacular as the fish laden with eggs are anaesthetised in a bath of clove oil-induced water and their jewel-like orange roe ‘milked’. Food Safari explores the country that's called the gourmet destination of South America - Peru. The four-part miniseries is directed by Shawn Seet and produced by Stephen Corvini and Timothy Hobart with executive producers Sue Masters and Debbie Lee. Both hot and cold smoking methods are used to preserve fish, as sown by BJ Plummer at Woodbridge Smokehouse. Peter Conistis' inventive moussaka of eggplant, seared scallops and taramasalata. Tasmanian-based chef Masaaki Koyama (Masaaki’s Sushi Geeveston) heads out in the misty mornings on the Huon River to haul up eel nets set the night before, grilling his catch and brushing with a delicious soy glaze. Exclusive TV sneak peeks, recipes and competitions, All your favourite recipes from Food Safari E, Opposites attract when sweet and sour get involved, Wok-fried lobster with ginger, shallot and cognac, Afghan dumplings with beef sauce and garlic yoghurt, Episode guide | Adam Liaw's Road Trip for Good, Episode guide | Palisa Anderson's Water Heart Food, Feels like home: Israeli semolina cake for a Friday night in, A better brunch: 21 delicious drinks and eats for breakfast-meets-lunch, Try omurice – the dish made of eggs, fried rice and tomato sauce. In Sydney’s Western suburbs, Vietnamese man of fire chef Ben Nguyen (Hai Au) cooks periwinkles and cockles while former Hanoi-born restaurateur Liên Yeomans shares her recipe for Chả cá lã vọng. Celebrated international Lebanese chef Greg Malouf uses the same techniques used for Lebanon’s national dish kibbe nayeh with raw salmon, adding spices and serving it with the lightest mountain bread. Gourmet Food Safaris Pty Ltd® PO Box 877 NEUTRAL BAY NSW 2089 p: +61 2 8969 6555 f: +61 2 8969 6222 e: info@gourmetsafaris.com.au ABN 74 089 288 040 Exquisite snacks based on seafood star in many cuisines around the world. Aissatou Ba (Tastes of Senegal) shows how thieboudienne is made. Maeve journeys into the Top End of Australia to seek out wild barramundi with local fisherman Billy Boustead and his chef friend, legendary Darwin and Alice Springs restaurateur Jimmy Shu (Hanuman). BJ Plummer (Woodbridge Smokehouse, Tasmania) explains hot and cold smoking of salmon and ocean trout and the care taken to hand slice the rosy fish. Revered chef Peter Gilmore (Quay, Bennelong) shares his signature Australian dish of red claw yabbies and buckwheat pikelets. Episode 1: Moroccan. Source: Kismet Productions, Moussaka of eggplant, seared scallops and taramasalata. Thai chef and restaurateur Amy Chanta (Chat Thai) deep-fries snapper and serves it with a fresh green mango salad with lots of herbs. Food Safari water captures the sheer adventure of one of the world’s great marine migrations – following the mullet run up Australia’s east coast, harvesting the roe to make the age-old preserved product bottarga, used as “the parmesan of the sea” by Sardinian chef Giovanni Pilu (Pilu at Freshwater) in a simple but fabulous spaghetti alla bottarga. Next stop is the Sydney Fish Market with De Costi’s chief buyer Carmelo Lombardo, and renowned seafood chef Steve Hodges shares some of the secrets of cooking fish perfectly. Thanks to Angie Hong, Thuan Phong Fish Market, Michael Cotter, Chris Weysham (Po’ Boy Quarter and East of Everything), David Coumont (Moxhe), Jorge Chacon, Palisa Anderson (Boon Café), Gerardo Iglesias, Lance Wiffen (Sea Bounty), Phu Quoc Restaurant, Malay Chinese Takeaway, Jarern Chai, Chat Thai. Episode 6: Indian. Thanks to Lennox Hastie (Firedoor), Ben Nguyen (Hai Au Lang Nuong), Liên Yeomans, Quan Yeomans and family, Andrew McConnell (Cumulus Inc, Cutler & Co, Supernormal), Mariana Despot-Maric, Ranko Despot (Balkan Seafood Restaurant), Pham Thanh Thuy, Michael Manh, Simon Anicich, Luke Daniels, Nathan Cattel, Thuan Phong Fish Market, Queen Victoria Market, Deep Blue Seafoods, Angela Christopolous. SBS acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia. This brand-new 13-part series starts 8pm, Wed 1 Aug 2018 on SBS. Tonight is all about the glorious tomato, with Guy joining tomato grower John Monigatti on Echuca's plains during harvest. Maeve helps Lennox Hastie prepare flathead with broccolini and chilli on Killalea Beach, near Wollongong. Maeve then shares tomato day with a large Calabrese clan. Larger than life Greek chef Thomas Deliopoulos (Mykonos Restaurant, Kalimera Souvlaki) shows how to create two perfect dishes using a mighty five-kilo octopus – preserved in oil and cooked over charcoal. March 2020. Episode 8: Italian. SBS acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia. Source: Kismet Productions. A cheese and leek topped pie made with perfect white fish, smoked fish, salmon and plump prawns is chef Nelly’s Robinson’s (Nel Restaurant) favourite dish from childhood. Source: Kismet Productions. Episode 1 French Food Safari opens with a tour of the world's largest wholesale produce market, Rungis, on the outskirts of Paris. Aired 3 October at 8 pm on SBS and then catch-up on SBS On Demand. Thai-Australian cafe owner and farmer Palisa Anderson (Boon Café) makes jungle curry using butterflied whiting while Spanish chef Gerardo Iglesias makes fideua in a paella pan on the jetty at Geelong, Victoria. Aired 17 October at 8 pm on SBS and then catch-up on SBS On Demand. Food Safari returns in a blaze of glory to explore how cultures across the world cook with fire. Italian dynamo Paola Toppi (Bar Machiavelli), loves the delicate sweetness of blue swimmer crab and uses it to star in her three-minute masterpiece, cooked with fresh pappardelle pasta. Dive into Food Safari Water - the next delicious helping of Food Safari Elements, exploring the bounty of the water. Shark-defying scallop diver Paulie Polacco harvests some of the world’s most prized queen scallops off Kangaroo Island. Thanks to Masaaki Koyama (Masaaki’s Sushi), Kane Edel, Séverine Demanet, Rodney Dunn (The Agrarian Eatery), Bradley Finlayson (Tasmanian Eel Exporters), George and Patrizia Simone, Anthony Simone (Baby Café & Pizzeria), Jerry Mai (Annam Restaurant and Bar), Peter Gilmore (Quay, Bennelong), Fink Group, Elizabeth Hewson, Keith Kneebone, Nicholas Seafood, Freshwater Australian Crayfish Traders and Marianvale Blue. Thanks to James Palanowski (Candy Ab), Frank Shek (China Doll), Peter Hardwick, James Ashmore (Ashmore Foods Tasmania), Masaaki Koyama (Masaaki’s Sushi), Yarra Valley Caviar, Peter Conistis (Alpha Restaurant), Olsson’s Salt, Eric Wong  (Golden Century Seafood Restaurant), Marigold Citymark, Thai Shun Co, Tyla Yap (Asian Inspirations), Mud Australia. Continuing the Italian love of shellfish, chef Danny Russo (Candelori’s, Russolini Group) reckons scampi is the best gift of the ocean and cooks the delicate shellfish in a wood-fired oven. Thanks to Eric Wong (Golden Century Seafood Restaurant), Amy Chanta (Chat Thai), Tan Fom Shaw (Malacca Straits), Simon Lee (Masak Ku), Josh Niland (Saint Peter), Jacques Reymond (Bistro Gitan and L’Otel Gitan), Melbourne Wholesale Fish Market, Sydney Fish Market, Seafood of Paddy’s Market. Episode 3: Portuguese. Louisiana style seafood sandwiches in the form of po’ boys using battered fried oysters and marinated prawns are prepared by chef Chris Weysham (Po’ Boy Quarter and East of Everything). Aired 1 August at 8 pm on SBS and then catch-up on SBS On Demand. You can also watch Food Safari on demand atAmazon Prime online. In Senegal, the national dish of fish and rice is called thieboudienne, served on a huge communal platter. Italian Food Safari opens with a celebration of the wood-fired oven, which many Italians constructed in their backyards when they arrived in Australia. Presenter of SBS Food Food Safari Maeve O'Meara popped in for a visit earlier this week, scouting the best local eats for a food tour in 2021. Food Safari's African episode is filled with delicious recipes from some great chefs and home-cooks and ingredients that are now available in Australia. At the mouth of the Murray River, pipis are harvested by Alistair Scott-Young (Goolwa Pipi Company); Diogo Ferreira (Village on Cloey) and his mother Lucia use pipis combined with pork for a classic carne de porco a Alentejana. Online exclusive: Japanese steamed egg cups (chawanmushi). Thanks to Dai Duong (Uncle), Alistair Scott-Young (Goolwa Pipi Company), Diogo Ferreira (Village on Cloey), Lucia Ferreira, Giuseppe Fuzio (Chiosco by Ormeggio), Alessandro & Anna Pavoni, Vicki Wild, Martin Benn (Sepia), Malay Chinese Takeaway, Sydney Cove Oyster Bar, Nick’s Restaurant & Bar Group, Spencer Gulf Prawn Association, Pork and pippies (Carne de porco à alentejana), Tiger prawn skin, jamon dashi, cucumber & kinome. Food Safari is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (97 episodes). In this episode, Indian, Italian, Lebanese, and Cuban recipes are the stars. The simplicity of cooking and serving seafood in one pot is a hallmark of cuisines around the world. Chef Martin Benn (Sepia) creates food as art as a tiger prawn morphs into a silky single sheet served with umami-rich broth made with the world’s most expensive jamon iberico. He confides that he sometimes eats 50 at a sitting! The series first aired on December 6, 2006. Also in Tasmania, Japanese chef Masaaki Koyama (Masaaki’s Sushi, Geeveston) introduces how dashi is made and uses leftover bonito flakes to make a calcium rich sprinkle for rice called furikake. Italian chef Gabriele Taddeucci (Balla) slices beautiful red emperor for a classic crudo, dressed with blood orange and olive oil. Watch Italian Food Safari S01E01 - Chef TV on Dailymotion. Somer Sivrioglu stuffing mussels which he eats Istanbul style, using the shell as a scoop. Food Safari ventures into the beautifully healthy world of Korean food, full of color and surprises. Apr 15, 2020 - Explore Elda Basso's board "Food Safari - Italian Recipes", followed by 330 people on Pinterest. (Markwell Fisheries), Southern Fresh Seafood, Huon Aquaculture, Bar Tini Bodega, Thai Shun Co, James Ashmore (Ashmore Foods Tasmania), Kai Ho Ocean Treasure. Self-described ‘fish nerd” chef Josh Niland (Saint Peter) shows how to break down a 15 kilo wild kingfish and develops recipes for an “eye chip”; smoked heart, pan-fried liver, seared milt (sperm sac) and deep-fried scales to add extra salty goodness to dishes. This episode features Pakistani dishes that are loved around the world. Chef Lennox Hastie (Firedoor) takes his grill to a NSW south coast beach to cook a perfect whole flathead over coals, served with an ingenious pil-pil sauce. Aired 19 September at 8 pm on SBS and then catch-up on SBS On Demand. Aired 31 October at 7.30pm on SBS and then catch-up on SBS On Demand. As 2020 (thankfully) draws to a close, it seems that everyone could use a good cry. Pairing the proteins of ocean and earth leads to an intriguing episode with some diverse and inspired flavour combinations. Australia’s most acclaimed chef Tetsuya Wakuda (Tetsuya’s, Waku Ghin Singapore) celebrates the less popular species of fish which he says are actually more delicious, especially blue or slimy mackerel which he uses raw and cures with slices of dried kelp to create an inventive salad with shaved fennel. Food Safari is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. Aired 24 October at 7.30pm on SBS and then catch-up on SBS On Demand. Food Safari Water joins the pumping kitchen at the popular Golden Century which specialises in live fish and seafood and Eric Wong explains the cultural significance and meaning of eating a whole fish. Source: Kismet Productions, Thanks to Giovanni Pilu (Pilu at Freshwater), BJ Plummer (Woodbridge Smokehouse), Masaaki Koyama (Masaaki’s Sushi), Victor Liong (Lee Ho Fook), Frank Camorra (Movida), Robin Passmore, Benjamin Markwell. WATCH THIS EPISODE NOW ON SBS ON DEMAND. Joe Biden and Lady Gaga + Kamala Harris and John Legend _ Election Night 2020 Rally in Pennsylvania Tetsuya Wakuda celebrates the less popular species of fish which he says are actually more delicious, especially blue or slimy mackeral. Caviar is the crowning glory of pioneering Greek chef Peter Conistis’ (Alpha Restaurant) signature dish moussaka of eggplant, seared scallops and taramasalata. Food Safari journeys into the intense spicy world of Malaysian food whose devotees cross oceans for the best laksa, roti and curry. Chef Louis Tikaram (EP&LP, West Hollywood) shares his recipe for making “white gold” Kokoda. The fish that launched a thousand ships – salted dried cod – is a delicious comfort food treat for chef Jose Silva (Bibo Wine Bar) – his Bacalhau à Brás recipe sees cod soaked and cooked in a rich sauce with slowly cooked onions, eggs and shoestring potatoes. The pure clean taste of the ocean is celebrated in this episode which explores the natural briny flavour of the three main types of oysters with Clyde River ‘oyster affineur’ Steve Feletti (Moonlight Flat Oysters) and Lee and Suzanne Macefield (Get Shucked) on Bruny Island. Airs 26 December at 7.30pm on SBS. ... 'Series 1, Episode 3' SBS Food, 1:00am, Thu, 31 Dec 2020, 30 minutes. Chef Frank Camorra (Movida Aqui) shares his recipe for luscious salty buñuelos de bacalao. In this visually spectacular 10-part series host Maeve O'Meara learns the secrets to grilling, smoking, roasting and baking from some of Australia's top chefs, cooks and barbecue devotees. Japanese sashimi and sushi chef Chase Kojima (Sokyo, Gojima) shows the knives and precision needed to create the most exquisite mouthfuls using the best raw fish for sashimi and sushi. Turkish chef Somer Sivrioglu (Anason, Efendy) shares his recipe for midye dolma and how to eat them Istanbul style, using the shell as a scoop. Belgian chef David Coumont (Moxhe) cooks up a pot of mussels using eschallots and a splash of wine. Vietnamese chef Dai Duong (Uncle, Uncle Collins) makes the classic Chao Tom, grilled to golden perfection. Aired 1 August at 8 pm on SBS and then catch-up on SBS On Demand. Featuring the best in food the world has to offer, Food Safari is an enticing blend of exotic food with down to earth practicality. Discover three TV shows featuring Emmy-nominated standout performances, all available to stream now. Maeve O’Meara continues her Food Safari with 13 new mouth-watering episodes. Wok-fried lobster with ginger, shallot & cognac. Squid ink tagliolini with calamari, bottarga and salmon roe. Maeve journeys into the Top End of Australia to seek out wild barramundi with local fisherman Billy Boustead and his chef friend, legendary Darwin and Alice Springs restaurateur Jimmy Shu (Hanuman). Grilled calamari, oyster sauce and coastal greens. 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