Huey's Cooking Adventures

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Huey's Cooking Adventures
Genre Cooking
Presented by Iain Hewitson
Country of origin Australia
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 14
Production
Running time 22 minutes (w/o commercials)
Release
Original network Seven Network (1997)
Network Ten (1998–2010)
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original release 1997 – 2010
Chronology
Related shows Huey's Kitchen
External links
Website www.hueyscookingadventures.com.au

Huey's Cooking Adventures is an Australian television series featuring chef Iain Hewitson. It screened at daytime on Monday to Friday throughout its run on Network Ten, including most recently at 4:00pm. It also airs on the subscription television channel Lifestyle Food, through Foxtel, Austar and Optus Television. The show began airing in 1997 on the Seven Network, before defecting to Ten soon after where the show has found popularity with daytime audiences. The program was replaced with a new, albeit similar, series Huey's Kitchen from March 2010.

Synopsis[edit]

The show ran for half an hour, with Iain Hewitson often cooking "away from home" using local produce and ingredients. The show provides modern food as well as classics with a "Huey" influence. He's also known for throwing in his stories and jokes.

Sponsors[edit]

In later seasons, major sponsors had a larger focus in the program, including an advertorial before the conclusion of each episode. These sponsors included:[1]

  • Campbell's Real Stock
  • Viva Papertowels
  • Kikkoman
  • McKenzie's
  • Chemist's Warehouse

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