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Spanish made simple

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14 October 2016

Episode 261

30 minutes


Photo: Martin Poole

Chef Omar Allibhoy proves that cooking Spanish food doesn’t need to be complicated. Meanwhile, we are in Melbourne to visit a business that is helping the city’s residents to make their own wine and we hear why a new fondue product is upsetting the Swiss.

14 October 2016

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Chapter 1

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Chapter 1

Spanish made simple

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Omar Allibhoy – known as the Antionio Banderas of cooking – explains why Spanish cuisine doesn’t need to be a time-consuming affair.

11 minutes

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Chapter 2

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Chapter 2

Noisy Ritual

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A Melbournian business that is helping the city’s residents to make their own wine.

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Chapter 4

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Food from the roofs

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In Ghent, two young women have launched a project to grow food on the city’s roofs.

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Chapter 5

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Recipe of the week

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The favourite recipe of author and historian Paul Freedman.

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