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The Food Surgeon is the latest YouTuber to be feted for their unusual treatment of edible goods but the trend of doing weird stuff with food is on the rise…
One of the planet’s most important food think-tanks is coming to the Sydney Opera House in April. Here’s what to expect.
This is not your typical travel guide. Matt Goulding, of the enormously popular 'Eat This, Not That!' book series, creates one of the most ambitious and complete...

The many sides of seagreens

There's so much more to seaweed than sushi rolls and sprinkles.
Adzuki beans add richness and body as well as a good dose of dietary fibre and protein to these brownies. Adding beans means you don’t need to use as much oil or...

Food Safari Fire

Episode 6 airs Thursday at 8pm on SBS. Maeve explores the Argentinian style of a la cruz cooking, and learns the secrets to Brazilian churrasco.

Win one of four double passes to a Gourmet Safaris food tour in Sydney or Melbourne. Visit bakeries, sweet stores and food emporiums, meet characters from Food Safari...

6 things to look forward to in Food Safari Fire

Tandoori chicken, Jamaican jerk and a pumpkin like no other, things are heating up on Food Safari Fire. Host Maeve O’Meara shares must-see moments from the show.

Episode guide

Maeve O'Meara is back with this 10-part series about how cultures across the world cook with fire. Learn the secrets to grilling, smoking, roasting and baking.
“Traditionally, the only preparation for picanha (rump caps or round) in Brazil is the use of rock salt. Brown herb butter is Patricia’s addition and optional.”...

Maeve O'Meara's fiery food discoveries

Maeve O’Meara spent six months filming with Aussie chefs, home cooks and barbecue buffs. Here she shares some of her greatest discoveries from the show.
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