Poh’s Kitchen Lends a Hand

The Weekend Australian - Review - - Television -

Tues­day, 8pm, ABC1 I’ve al­ways been a fan of Poh Ling Yeow, one of our truly in­spi­ra­tional TV chefs. In a nice turn away from the usual plot of her cook­ing shows, gen­er­ally work­ing with other chefs to mu­tu­ally im­prove viewer cook­ing skills, there’s a re­al­ity el­e­ment to Poh’s Kitchen Lends a Hand that sees the en­er­getic chef out of her com­fort zone. In it, she tries to help non-celebri­ties, us­ing cook­ing to change lives. In tonight’s fourth episode, Poh and her crew are in Kinglake, the Vic­to­rian town al­most wiped off the map dur­ing the 2009 Black Satur­day bush­fires. Poh meets the good women be­hind the town’s Mate2Plate ini­tia­tive and looks a lit­tle heart­bro­ken when she hears of its tragic ori­gins. A woman who had lost ev­ery­thing in

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