Brand new series THE COOK UP WITH ADAM LIAW arrives tonight on SBS FOOD


Tonight will see the premiere of what is possibly the biggest local commission in the history of SBS

The Cook Up with Adam Liaw is described as a fresh new take on Australian cooking. SBS has commissioned 200 episodes of the series which is set to premiere tonight at 7pm on the SBS FOOD channel.

Each night Adam will be joined by two food-loving friends for a half-hour of good fun and conversation as they cook up a variety of dishes centred around a nightly theme.

Whether it’s an ingredient, a style of cuisine or cultural inspiration, Adam whips up his dish first before his guests follow suit with easy to follow recipes and tips for viewers to follow at home in time for dinner.

There will be celebrities, culture, food, and lots of laughs in a series that will provide everyday inspiration for foodies and non-foodies alike.

Series One, Episode One: Family Dinner Monday

Top chef Colin Fassnidge and much-loved TV and radio personality Yumi Stynes drop by The Cook Up kitchen to cook with Adam Liaw and show what they serve for their very own family dinner.

Episode Two: Lemongrass Tuesday

Adam Liaw is joined by Paramount’s Christine Manfield and Longrain’s Martin Boetz in The Cook Up kitchen to cook Asia-inspired specialties with lemongrass.

The Cook Up with Adam Liaw airs weeknights at 7.00pm on SBS Food

It will encore on SBS Food at 11am weekdays and at 3.30pm on SBS main channel. SBS Food will air a marathon on Sundays at 2.00pm – 4.30pm.

Kevin Perry
Co-Creator and Editor of the TV Blackbox website, Kevin Perry is an experienced media commentator focused on TV Production, Consumer Tech, SVOD & Sports Broadcasting. Media enquiries please Call or Text 0428-275-111



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