Exploring the road less travelled Families cook for grand prize
Back Roads: Lightning Ridge, ABC, Monday at 8.30pm Family Food Fight, Nine, Monday and Tuesday at 7.30pm
SEASON four of takes viewers to more of Australia’s most interesting communities. These are towns full of authentic characters, grit and good humour.
With so many wonderful places to visit, award-winning journalist Heather Ewart (pictured) is helped out by guest presenters Felicity Urquart, singer and presenter of ABC Radio’s Saturday Night Country, ABC News Channel’s Joe O’Brien, and foodie and farmer Paul West.
Felicity, Joe and Paul will uncover more resilient communities defined by their strength and humility.
The people featured are as awe-inspiring as the landscape that surrounds them.
This week, Heather’s heading to the outback town of Lighting Ridge in NSW, a place of dreamers and drifters, lured there by the black opals. THE fight to become Australia’s number one food family is nearing its climax.
Across two nights, three teams will become one as the winning family walks away with a trophy and $100,000 in prizemoney.
In season two of Nine’s reality cooking show, eight food-loving families of two have battled it out in the kitchen during challenges designed to build on their skills to deliver deliciousness.
Their efforts have been tasted and critiqued by acclaimed chef and restaurateur Matt Moran, pastry chef Anna Polyviou and renowned food writer and critic Tom Parker Bowles.
How will Queensland sisters Bec and Nicole Giles (pictured) go against the other two, highly competitive teams?