Poh hits the road

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - Television - ROSIE SQUIRES Poh’s Kitchen On The Road, ABC1, Wed­nes­day, 8pm

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.

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