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BBC film series. Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you who you are'; or in more modern terms, you are what you eat. After all, food is about much more than just nutrition - it's the social glue that holds us together. Nothing says more about a culture than its food. Food writer Stefan Gates explores some of the most controversial food issues in the world.
Australian television food series presented by Maeve O'Meara and produced by Kismet Productions in association with SBS TV Australia, and explores the cuisines brought to Australia by its immigrants. From seasons 1 to 4, each episode covered a cuisine from a particular culture, including commonly used ingredients and where to obtain them in Australia, the preparation and consumption of 'popular favourites', basic dishes and desserts/sweets.