When I first met the doctors they made us so welcome. It’s their tradition that anyone who comes to their house should have a meal prepared for them, and no one is allowed to leave the house without being fed.
I met up with the members of the Sydney Balinese community in the grounds of Sydney University where they keep their gamelan instruments. This was a special episode because my family had been invited to come with me and join in the day’s celebration. Read More
The first thing I noticed about this Serbian family was how passionate
they were … about everything.
There are people you meet who are just so warm and welcoming – and this week's guests, George and his mum were no exception. Read More
This week's episode is about eating, dancing and a butchery with a difference.
The wedding of Shrabastee and Ankit was probably one of the most exciting and unusual weddings I’ve ever been to. Very colourful, very loud, it felt like organised chaos. Read More
A close-knit community of Burmese Kachin immigrants invite Sean to witness a traditional ceremony and take part in the feast that follows. Read More
Sean recounts his meeting with the "Cubanadas", a dynamic group of Cuban
women who show him how to cook their favourite dishes for their friend
Margarita San Jose's 70th birthday celebration.
Sean Connolly shares his experience of joining Tam and her husband Nam Le for the mid Autumn Moon Festival, Tet Trung Thu. Read More
Discover the lives, cooking traditions and music of Australian immigrants and their families, seen through the eyes of award winning chef, Sean Connolly.
Britain's visionary chef delivers tested techniques to help you transform your dinners from standard to brilliant!