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Shane Delia's Recipe For Life

Unravel the layers and follow the busy Melbourne life and food aspirations of celebrity chef and family man, Shane Delia. #RecipeForLife 8pm, Thursdays on SBS. 

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Homemade haloumi, bistro-style soup and a succulent Roman stew; who said cost-conscious cooking meant skimping on the good stuff?

Shane Delia's Recipe For Life

You may know him as the Spice Journey travel extraordinaire, but now we unravel the layers and follow the busy Melbourne life and food aspirations of celebrity...
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SBS Food lovers and Shane Delia fans rejoice - enter now and you could win a delicious getaway for four people to Maha restaurant in Melbourne. #RecipeForLife

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