Poh hits the road
ADD fresh tuna steaks, abalone and crayfish to the shopping list because you will be overcome with the desire to cook after watching Poh Ling Yeow’s new series.
Poh’s Kitchen is on the road, travelling around Australia to find the best produce and chefs our country has to offer.
On her travels she braves the elements and courageously takes on a lifestyle foreign to a ‘‘ gal from the City of Churches’’.
From shearing sheep, swimming with tuna, catching squid and climbing palm trees, it’s a sure change from life as a city-slicker but, with her trademark enthusiasm, Poh ( pictured) takes to it with gusto.
Using her skilful appreciation of just what it takes to produce the most mouth-watering meals, Poh susses out the local knowledge and brings it to life for audiences at home.
Over the series Poh will uncover food secrets from the Flinders Ranges and Eyre Peninsula in South Australia, Melbourne and the Victorian alps, King Island and central Tasmania, Sydney, Perth, the Kimberleys and northern Queensland. She’ll also take a trip to Singapore and Chiang Mai and Bangkok in Thailand.
In this week’s episode the MasterChef favourite travels to SA to learn the basics from fishermen and chefs Bob and Tony Ford.
It’s everything you would want from a cooking show: funny, inspiring and mouth-watering.