There is something alluring and slightly menacing in the air throughout Great Britain when it comes to the people, the scenery, and especially the cuisine, and Anthony is off to try and discover what it is.
Singapore has a rich and unique food culture which has been exported around the world. This 13-part series will take viewers on a culinary tour of cities around the world to investigate the popularity of Singapore dishes overseas. Each week, the program will visit restaurants and check if the dish retains its authenticity or has been modified to suit foreign tastes.
Poh and her team of foodies have expanded their stall at the Adelaide's Farmers' Market from one tent to five. Their success has been achieved by regularly offering new cakes and pastries, but the real winner is Poh's paella. Increased demand has forced the JamFace team to take on a commercial kitchen; it's ugly and boring so Poh and Sara decide to 'prettify' the walls with dog murals. (S.2 Ep.2)
This week on Medical Mavericks: Discovering Vaccines, we take a look at the dramatic and sometimes tragic stories of the scientists who developed cures for some of history's greatest killers - rabies, typhoid and polio.
'You are what you eat' is a modern maxim which owes its genesis to a group of hungry self-experimenters who turned medical orthodoxy on its head by proving that nutrition is critical to good health. In 1769, Dr Joseph Goldberger ate the faeces and scabs from patients with pellagra in his quest to prove it was not infectious. When the medical establishment ignored him he went on to inject himself and his devoted wife with the blood of a woman dying with pellagra to make his point.