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Mooncakes and Sake

The great Tony Tan explains the fantastic history of mooncakes. Leigh Hudson from Chef’s Armoury joins the show to talk Sake, and hosts Cam Smith and Matt Steadman.

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Constructing the Perfect Dumpling and Non-Alcoholic Wine

Victor Liong, owner and head chef at Lee Ho Fook, talks us through making a perfect dumpling; John at the Vic Market provides a produce update; and non-alcoholic drinks are explored, with Aaron…

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Indigenous Food Systems, Mussels, and the Latest Produce

Joshua Gilbert, Worimi man, gastronomer, farmer and academic, chats about about Indigenous food systems; Lance Wiffen tells us about mussel farming, and John from the Queen Victoria Market provides a produce update. With…

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Australia’s 2021 Vintage

Hospitality expert Dani Valent is back to talk about “The Situation”; John from the Vic Market gives a market produce update; and wine-maker Duncan Buchanan talks about how Australia’s 2021 vintage is turning…

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Gardening For The Soul and Prohibition Drinks

Drink experts Dervilla McGowan and Sebastian Reaburn from talks about the Prohibition Era and the unique cocktails it birthed; and CEO of The Diggers Club, Tim Sansom, spills some gardening secrets. Plus: it's…

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Fabulous Mushrooms and The Best Cocktails

Nutritionist Glenn Cardwell explains the magic of mushrooms; John from the Vic Market gives a produce update, and Sebastian Reaburn shares his top five cocktails of all time! With presenters Cam Smith and…

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Hospo Workers, Produce Update, and What's In Your Mouth!

Food writer and hospitality expert Dani Valant chats about assistance from the government for hospitality workers who have lost work due to Lockdown 5.0; John from the Queen Vic Market gives a produce…

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Kitchen Gadgets and Sardines In-Situ

'What’s In Your Mouth?' is back for another spin; indispensable kitchen gadgets are explored with Mohammed from Chef's Hat, and Nicky Reimer, Head Chef of Bellota Wine Bar, prepares a sardine dish live…

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Alex, The French Food Guy

Alex the French Food Guy" talks to Cam about the success of his online channel, the approach he takes to cooking, and why he's so passionate about food; and John from the Vic…

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The Mayor and the Beekeeper

Lord Mayor Sally Capp talks about reinvigorating Melbourne; Beechworth Honey owner Jodie Goldsworthy talks all things honey, and drinks expert Duncan Buchanan talks about wine. With presenters Cam Smith and Fiona Brook.

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"The Sun Is Trying"

Hospitality expert Dani Valent talks about how lockdown has affected hospitality, and Chris Moore from Sailors Grave brewery is on the line to talk about his event at Ocean Grange Homestead, and John…

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Storms and New Restaurants

Chef Tony Tan calls in from Trentham and talks about how the storms have impacted his business; and chef Shannon Martinez from Smith and Daughters drops by to talk about her new restaurant…

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Truffles and a Life Well Lived

John at the Queen Vic Markets talks about how recent storms in Victoria have affected prices and availability, Nigels Wood aka "The Truffle Man '' stops by for a chat, and legendary restaurateur…

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Hospitality during VIctoria's Lockdown 4.0

Freshly vaccinated presenters Cam Smith and Matt Steadman chat to hospitality expert Dani Valent about the state of the hospitality industry during lockdown; Chef-owner of Brae, Dun Hunter, stops by to talk about…

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Public Housing Cookbook and Best Beer Winner

A conversation about a food project involving residents of North Melbourne public housing who are releasing a cookbook; John from the Queen Victoria Market provides a produce update; and beer judge Tina Panoutsos…

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From G-Troit to Mildura

Misha Trop talks about his fundraiser for India's COVID relief; Stepheno de Pieri chats about his new series, and drinks expert Sebastian Raeburn stops by to talk all things whiskey! With presenters Cam…

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East Gippsland food and Rosa Mitchell's cold weather recipes

Adam from the East Gippsland Winter Festival chats about events to look forward to; John provides a Vic Market produce update; and Rosa Mitchell of Rosa’s Canteen discusses some of her favourite cold…

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Country Women's Association and Good Beer Week

Pam Mawson from the Country Women’s Association discusses the new book 'From Our Kitchen to Yours'; John from the Vic Market provides a produce update; and Program Manager of Good Beer Week, Luke…

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Joost Bakker, Jo Barett, Josh Fry, and Lynette Bettio

Climate scientist Lynette Bettio discusses the impacts of climate change on food production; Joost Bakker and Jo Barrett from The Greenhouse explore creating a complete food system in the centre of Melbourne; and…

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Nick McIntosh and Tina Panoutsos

The National Assistant Secretary of the Transport Workers Union, Nick McIntosh, discusses how a new reclassification trial will hopefully improve food delivery driver pay and conditions; John from the Queen Victoria Market provides…

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Michael Bascetta and Shaun Byrne

Restauranter Michael Bascetta of Worksmith discusses how the end of Jobkeeper will affect Melbourne restaurants; John provides a market produce update; and Shaun Byrne of Maidenii discusses Australian vermouth. With presenters Cam Smith…

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The Freezer Episode

In this Easter Sunday’s ‘freezer episode’ we return to some great Eat It moments from times past; chef Gabriel Gaté gives us his take on some classic desserts; Chef Victor Leung of Lee…

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Phillipa Sibley and Alice Zaslavsky

Chef Phillipa Sibley of ACMI’s flagship restaurant Hero fills us in on one of her favourite one-pot-wonders; food-writer Alice Zaslavsky discusses her new family-friendly cooking classes; and wine expert Duncan Buchanon returns to…

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Carlo Grossi and Duncan Buchanan

Carlo Grossi of Grossi Florentino discusses his new book 'The Ombra: Recipes From the Salumi Bar'; Ben Kraus of Bridge Road Brewers runs through the brewing process behind some of the fresh-hop beers…

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A Tribute to John’s Father Joe, Staff Shortages and Slow Ripening

Eat It regular John from the Vic Market discusses the passing of his father Joe, paying tribute to his life and work; Chef Caterina Borsato talks about coping with the staff shortage in…

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Inspiring Women Chefs and The Nectar Season

Writer and hospitality expert Dani Valent spotlights some of the women who have been doing incredible things for the restaurant industry in Victoria; Chef Matt McConnell of Bar Lourinhã provides a seasonal market…

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Sourdough and Non-Alcoholic Gin

Cam runs through the art of sourdough baking; John provides a Vic Market produce update; Stephen Lawrence of Brunswick Aces discusses their approach to making non-alcoholic beverages, and starting Australia's first no-alcohol bar…

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Stone Fruit and Pickled Cherries

Business expert Gina Ezard talks about how the economic climate in Melbourne could affect those starting a hospitality business; Nicky Riemer of Bellota Wine Bar reports on some great produce finds at the…

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Orange Juice and the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival

Dr. Rosemary Stanton discusses how portion sizes can affect the health impacts of orange juice consumption; John provides a Vic Market produce update; and Melbourne Food and Wine Festival Creative Director Pat Nourse…

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Edible Coffee Cups and Ripening Grapes

Good-Edi founders Catherine Hutchins and Aniyo Rahebi discuss how they designed and prototyped their edible coffee cups; John provides a Vic Market produce update; and wine expert Duncan Buchanan discusses the "veraison stage"…

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Wakame, Wallaby and Mai Tais

Chef Analiese Gregory chats about the distinct ingredients of rural Tasmania, now featured in her new book 'How Wild Things Are'; and Union Electric Bar’s Huw Griffiths talks about the intriguing qualities of…

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Gin and Countryside Views

Ben Shewry acquaints us with Attica Summer Camp, his new countryside dining experience; and Sebastian Raeburn of Anther Gin discusses the history of the botanical beverage. With presenters Cam Smith and Renae Paradise.

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Pavlova and Pinot Noir

Pavlova queen Nerida Conway discusses how the dessert is bringing joy into people’s lives during the pandemic; John provides a market update; and Duncan Buchanan recounts a great bottle of wine he shared…

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Barbeque, Mushrooms and Panettone

Jerry Mai of Pho Nom chats with us over the BBQ; Cameron Russell takes a break from working the pans to fill us in on upcoming mushroom seasons; and we deep-dive into the…

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Return to the Beach Shack

We return to the beach shack; John weighs in on sprucing up cheap whisky and making cavatelli; and Caterina Borsato of Caterina’s Cucina E Bar talks us through the challenges faced by restauranteurs…

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The Beach Shack

In this special post-Christmas lunch episode, we’re transported to a summer beach shack where we discuss the best approach to Christmas leftovers with Sebastian Reaburn of Anther Gin. With presenters Cam Smith and…

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Lobsters and Cocktails

Ben Shewry discusses setting up a restaurant in the countryside; John gives a market update; Sebastian Reaburn discusses his favourite summer cocktails. With presenters Cam Smith and Matt Steadman.

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Hotels, Rain and Sustainable Wine

Tara Bishop of the Langham Hotel discusses the unique challenges faced by hotels this year; John fills us in on how weather in the northern states will affect market prices in Victoria; Ron…

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Oysters and Wine

Shane Buckley from Wapengo Oysters chats about his difficult year, and how best to serve natural oysters; Sarah Guthrie from Grampians Estate Winery talks about winemaking during 2020; and drinks expert Duncan Buchanan…

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Sharpening Knives, Giant Cabbages and Reopening the City

Leigh Hudson from 'Chef's Armory' talks us through the art of sharpening knives properly; John provides an update on seasonal produce from the Queen Vic Market, including some giant savoy cabbages; and Lord…