Food Safari Fire

2017
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S1 Ep9

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S1 Ep9 of Food Safari Fire was broadcast by SBS ONE on Wednesday 28 June 2017 at 10:30.
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The best bits from the ultimate series about cooking with fire across the cuisines of the world.
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S1 Ep10

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In the series finale, Maeve embraces the ingenuity of the home-made barbecue, exploring the remarkably adaptable 44 gallon drum used in the Kimberley as a smoker for barramundi and in Jamaica to cook jerk chicken and pork, as well as various parts of fridges, wheelie bins and lawnmowers welded into cooking devices. There’s even a car boot BBQ, a homemade Cypriot kleftiko oven and a Samoan umu feast. (Final) (Commissioned by SBS) (Food Series) G CC
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S1 Ep9

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Maeve O'Meara explores the ancient art of smoking in cuisines around the world, tasting hot smoked salmon and kingfish, West African condiments, flavoursome smoked lamb, Irish cold smoked bacon, and Kansas City style ribs. In search of the flavour and texture that smoking provides, Maeve heads to the far NSW south coast where master smoker Stan Soroka shares a recipe for a delicious and surprisingly easy hot-smoked kingfish. Then Nigerian born provedore, Kunle Adesua, uses techniques from home ...
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S1 Ep8

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This episode celebrates classic Asian recipes and culinary techniques all designed to cook over coals. Maeve explores Vietnamese bun cha, Korean beef ribs, Xinjiang lamb skewers, Japanese kushiyaki and Thai gai yang. In Hanoi, the lunch food of choice is bun cha - marinated pork cooked over charcoal. Maeve visits mother and son team Angie and Dan Hong who share their recipe for this char-grilled Northern Vietnamese street food. Next, Darwin-based chef Chung Jae Lee reveals his prized recipe for...
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S1 Ep7

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This episode, Maeve learns about a unique range of pots and pans, including, the Spanish perol, Croatian peka, Chinese claypot, Moroccan tajine and Lebanese saj. First up, Maeve catches up with chef Frank Camorra and his family as they cook traditional Spanish dishes, including a show-stopping seafood, meat and rice dish cooked in a perol, or a deep dish paella pan. Maeve then shares a classic octopus peka with Sydney-based Croatian cook Frank Roncevic, before trying a claypot chicken rice with...
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S1 Ep6

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This episode, Maeve explores Argentinian a la cruz style cooking, Brazilian churrasco, Sardinian suckling pig, Portuguese piri piri chicken and a crowd-pleasing Greek Easter lamb. To begin, Maeve joins chef Nicolas Arriola, who demonstrates the dramatic asado a la cruz with a whole lamb butterflied and fixed to a cross-like structure over the fire. Then it's a feast of a Brazilian Churrasco with Brazilian expat and restaurateur, Patricia Nunes, who demonstrates how to make a delicious salt-encr...
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S1 Ep5

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For over 5000 years the basic design of the tandoor oven has not changed, making it one of the oldest cooking devices on earth. In this episode, Maeve O’Meara seeks out delicious recipes from across the subcontinent to Armenia - tandoori chicken, prawns, naan, lamb kebabs and an elaborate roast pumpkin - all so good you’ll want a tandoor oven in your backyard! Maeve discovers tandoor ovens are made here in Australia by a potter on NSW’s south coast. Renowned potter Cameron Williams has made tan...
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S1 Ep4

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Maeve O’Meara explores how fire and coals create some of the world’s classic recipes – traditional Turkish kebabs, Portuguese sardines, meltingly tender marinated Chilean pork belly and a spicy masterpiece – South African braais. Having honed his taste buds in Istanbul and along the Aegean coast, Somer Sivrioglu (Efendy) is the perfect guide to the many varieties of Kebab from regional Turkey and shares his prized recipe for exceptional Adana Kebab, which he makes with a huge curved knife to mi...
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S1 Ep3

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Food Safari Fire host Maeve O’Meara explores the versatility and culinary delights of the Wood fired oven. One of the all-time classic dishes of the wood fired oven is the original Neapolitan Pizza. Melbourne pizzaiolo Johnny di Francesco hit the world stage winning the best pizza in the world in 2014 among 600 competitors. Johnny shares his recipe and techniques for a classic Neapolitan Pizza. Maeve visits Adelaide-base chef Salvatore Pepe who burns olive wood in his oven for a marvellous Cala...
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