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Ep13 - Balinese

Ep13 - Balinese

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The Balinese - Every year the Balinese Community of NSW gets together to celebrate Galungan - a cultural and religious holiday that marks the beginning of the most important religious ceremony in Bali. Galungan occurs every 210 days and lasts for 10 days. Sean Connolly joins the recently ...
S1 Ep12 - Serbian

S1 Ep12 - Serbian

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Serbian - Stana and Micho Kolundzija are Serbians who moved to Australia on a whim over 40 years ago. Chef Sean Connolly joins them at their Mascot home to celebrate Stana's 66th birthday. For special occasions the family buy a whole pig and roast it on a spit. To accompany the pork, they...
Ep11 - Afghan

Ep11 - Afghan

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Afghan - Dr Rahman Shinwari and his wife Dr Arian are Pashtuns who moved to Australia during the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. Sean Connolly joins them as they prepare for Eid al-Adha, an annual Islamic festival. After a visit to the mosque with Dr Rahman, they drop by an Afghan baker...
Ep10 - Greek

Ep10 - Greek

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Greek - It's St George's Day and George Gavalas is celebrating his name day with family and friends, Greek style. Chef Sean Connolly joins the men in the morning to catch seafood for the feast and then prepare for the evening festivities while George visits his local Orthodox Church. Then...
Ep9 - Argentinean

Ep9 - Argentinean

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Argentinean - Chef Sean Connolly meets Graciela Yoia at the flamenco dance school she has been running for 27 years with her husband Ricardo. Every Sunday the Yoia family invite their friends around for a famous Argentinean barbeque known as an asado - combining the two great Argentinean ...
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