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National Geographic Asia has picked up two culinary-themed titles from Parade Media, picking up Peter Kuruvita’s Mexican Fiesta and Food Lab.
WUrl FoodLab 6Nov2019
Produced by Aussie indie Cultivate Productions, the 65 x 30’ Food Lab follows Australian MasterChef favourite alumni Ben Milbourne as he explores the food science behind cooking with hipster nerd Joel Gilmore to answer kitchen conundrums home cooks face. The series which originally aired on SBS Australia, showcases Tasmanian locations, and over 150 inspiring recipes that can be replicated at home, as well as some of the Australia’s top researchers explaining what is going on in our kitchens when we cook every day.

Peter Kuruvita’s Mexican Fiesta (10 x 30’) produced by Australian production company The Precinct. This series follows Sydney chef, Peter Kuruvita, who embarks on a journey of culinary discovery through what is described as the “vibrant, mouth-watering” world of Mexican cuisine.

Commenting on the commissions, Parade Media VP distribution and operations, Asia, Jacqueline Tan, said: “We are seeing strong demand for quality culinary travel and food programming from our Broadcast partners across North and Southeast Asia, and excited to partner with Nat Geo People on our latest culinary fare, Food Lab and Peter Kuruvita’s Mexican Fiesta.”