We’ve changed up the menu on SBS Food Channel 33. Ready the snacks – you’re gonna need them with this delicious line-up of food shows.
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19 Mar 2019 - 5:01 PM  UPDATED 19 Mar 2019 - 5:01 PM

SBS Food is serving up a new palate of the famous food faces you know and love, fresh and free on Channel 33. We’re excited to bring you more Australian shows featuring the likes of Poh Ling Yeow, Silvia Colloca, and Adam Liaw, as well as big international names, including Rick Stein, Nigella Lawson and Anthony Bourdain.

Check out Silvia's, Adam's and Poh's fun and fresh take on food in SBS Food's inaugural Scamble Egg Toss:

How do I tune in?

  • Channel 33 on free-to-air TV
  • Channel 143 on Foxtel
  • Stream on SBS On Demand

 

Now what should I watch?

Destination Flavour

Double episodes Saturdays at 9.30pm and streaming on SBS On Demand

Join renowned Malaysian-Australian chef and food writer Adam Liaw as he travels around the world and down under, discovering flavours and the stories behind them. From the spice alleys of Singapore, to the sensational vistas of Australia and tradition of Japan, Adam leaves no stone unturned, and no bite left uneaten.

Poh’s Kitchen

Double episodes Tuesdays at 8.30pm and streaming on SBS On Demand

For Poh Ling Yeow, cooking is all about nurturing and sharing – so lucky for us, we’re being invited into her kitchen. Join her as she defines her unique cooking style with friends, including Thai expert David Thompson and renowned Australian chef Neil Perry, exchanging techniques and recipes along the way. Get the lowdown on who's dropping by when and what Poh is cooking here.

Poh invites her friends and you into her kitchen.

Food Safari

Double episodes Sundays at 9.30pm and streaming on SBS On Demand

Explore Australia’s rich and diverse food culture with veteran host Maeve O’Meara, as she takes you into the country’s best kitchens for a full flavour lowdown. Expand your palate and meet the vibrant communities behind your favourite dishes – you’ll be going “mmm” along the way! Find out what cuisines and recipes Maeve is diving into here.

Nigella Kitchen

Double episodes Fridays at 8.30pm and streaming on SBS On Demand

Nigella Lawson, domestic goddess, needs no introduction. For all your delicious, easy and accessible food needs, she’s got you covered. With recipes designed for minimal effort and fantastic results, using pantry staples you’ll soon be making everything from chocolate mousse to crispy seafood with ease.

The Travelling Chef

Double episodes Saturdays at 7.30pm and streaming on SBS On Demand

Get ready to tuck in as Kiwi chef Brett McGregor travels the world in search of new flavours and experiences. Each location brings people to meet, treasured recipes to learn and exciting ingredients to taste. With expert local knowledge, discover how to make the tastiest elements of special dishes from Thailand, Singapore and more. Don’t worry – you’ll have no difficulty trying out these recipes at home, as Brett suggests more readily available alternative ingredients.

 

Still hungry?

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We look forward to you joining us at the dining table on Channel 33.

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