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Some much loved Korean dishes are more recent inventions. Walking through Insadong, the street food trends of metre long ice creams and the classic pancake hotteok, and fish cakes and tbeokki, are seen as modern street food classics.
Filipino artist and chef goes around the Philippines chasing the different flavors of distinctly Filipino dishes.
Food Prints is a one-hour food finding show that will continue to whet your appetite this 2017
It’s that time of the week, when we kick back, relax, enjoy some great food, a time to catch up with good friends and family. The meal of course is Sunday Brunch… it’s a Western concept, one I’ve enjoyed very much in my twelve years in Manhattan, and the idea is rapidly making inroads into an even more rapidly developing young India.
In this episode, between hair-raising early motorbike rides - and you thought we were just giving you a typical lazy Sunday morning experience, some exceptionally creative chefs who should be given a Michelin star or six, and an investigation into some of Delhi’s coolest members-only clubs urban India spends their recreational time, we take you to one of India’s most exclusive private wine tasting rooms. Hey Sunday brunch is nothing without a touch of alcohol…. We bring you...Sunday Brunch, Indian style.
India has a spectacular coastal cuisine. With over 4600 miles of Coastline, 8 regional states bordering its vast shores, India’s coastal waters are home to some of the most incredible varieties of fish, any other scenario would be nonsensical.
In this episode we take a ride through some of the coastal states of India, an early morning visit to a vibrant old world fish market, we explore the creation of some spectacular seafood tapas, a special coastal dessert and some pink fizzy wine to end… such an important touch. Let’s go coastal!
A unique cooking and celebrity chat series hosted by Silvia Colloca, who each week will share her heritage with Australia, inviting three interesting personalities into her kitchen to cook and chat.
Jill starts stressing over interviews with kindergartens for her twins after she realizes she is the only mom who hasn't heard any schools yet. Andy tells Jill his mother wants the whole family to attend an interview for a prestigious, invite-only cemetery with a waiting list a mile long. Jill doesn't make the best first impression and must go to great lengths to secure the family's final resting place.
Jill is surprised when she meets a cool mom at a birthday party with whom she thinks she might actually be able to form a friendship. Jill sets up a double date for them and their husbands at the hottest new Japanese restaurant in town, but is horrified when they run into Brooke, Lex, and their friends who insist they join them.