Food Safari

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Food Safari
Food Safari with Maeve O'Meara logo
Genre Documentary, Food
Created by Kismet Productions
Developed by Toufic Charabati and Maeve O'Meara
Presented by Maeve O'Meara
Starring Maeve O'Meara
Country of origin Australia
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 54
Production
Executive producer(s) Toufic Charabati
Producer(s) Toufic Charabati
Running time 25 minutes
Release
Original network SBS TV
Original release 1 June 2006 – present
External links
Website

Food Safari is an Australian television food series first screened on SBS TV Australia featuring the many cuisines brought to Australia by its immigrants. The series was produced by Kismet Productions in association with SBS TV Australia. Presented by Maeve O'Meara, each episode covers cuisine from a particular culture. Usually starting with commonly used ingredients and where to obtain them in Australia, it then moves onto the preparation and consumption of popular favourites, basic dishes and desserts/sweets. The series was in 2008 after the airing of the third series with a spin-off series, Italian Food Safari, airing in 2010, presented by O'Meara and chef Guy Grossi. A second spin-off series, French Food Safari, aired in 2011 and was presented by O'Meara and chef Guillaume Brahimi.

Food Safari was commissioned for a fourth series which began on February 14, 2013.[1] A fifth season begins from January 2016.[2]

Episodes[edit]

Series 1 (2006)[edit]

Series No. Cuisine
Series 1, Episode 1 Moroccan [1]
Series 1, Episode 2 Malaysian [2]
Series 1, Episode 3 Portuguese [3]
Series 1, Episode 4 Greek [4]
Series 1, Episode 5 Vietnamese [5]
Series 1, Episode 6 Indian [6]
Series 1, Episode 7 Chinese [7]
Series 1, Episode 8 Italian [8]
Series 1, Episode 9 Thai [9]
Series 1, Episode 10 Lebanese [10]
Series 1, Episode 11 Mexican [11]
Series 1, Episode 12 Turkish [12]
Series 1, Episode 13 Spanish [13]

Series 2 (2007)[edit]

Series No. Cuisine
Series 2, Episode 1 Japanese [14]
Series 2, Episode 2 French [15]
Series 2, Episode 3 Indonesian [16]
Series 2, Episode 4 Maltese [17]
Series 2, Episode 5 Pakistani [18]
Series 2, Episode 6 Croatian [19]
Series 2, Episode 7 Singaporean [20]
Series 2, Episode 8 Hungarian [21]
Series 2, Episode 9 Sri Lankan [22]
Series 2, Episode 10 Brazilian [23]
Series 2, Episode 11 Korean [24]
Series 2, Episode 12 Mauritian [25]

Series 3 (2008)[edit]

Series No. Cuisine
Series 3, Episode 1 South American [26]
Series 3, Episode 2 Egyptian [27]
Series 3, Episode 3 German [28]
Series 3, Episode 4 Persian [29]
Series 3, Episode 5 English [30]
Series 3, Episode 6 African [31]
Series 3, Episode 7 Syrian [32]
Series 3, Episode 8 American [33]
Series 3, Episode 9 Jewish [34]

Series 4 (2013)[edit]

Series No. Cuisine
Series 4, Episode 1 Australian [35]
Series 4, Episode 2 Peruvian [36]
Series 4, Episode 3 Cypriot [37]
Series 4, Episode 4 Filipino [38]
Series 4, Episode 5 South African [39]
Series 4, Episode 6 Laotian [40]
Series 4, Episode 7 Polish [41]
Series 4, Episode 8 Afghan [42]
Series 4, Episode 9 Danish [43]
Series 4, Episode 10 Broome [44]

Series 5 (2016)[edit]

Series No. Cuisine
Series 5, Episode 1 Cooking with fire
Series 5, Episode 2 Street food
Series 5, Episode 3 The wood-fired oven
Series 5, Episode 4 Grilling passionate
Series 5, Episode 5 The tandoor
Series 5, Episode 6 Spit-roasting
Series 5, Episode 7 Pots and pans
Series 5, Episode 8 Asian barbecue
Series 5, Episode 9 Smoking
Series 5, Episode 10 Barbecue safari

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Returning: Food Safari". TV Tonight. 5 February 2013. Retrieved 6 February 2013. 
  2. ^ "Returning: Food Safari". SBS. 2 December 2015. Retrieved 31 December 2015.