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Paddock to Plate

In Series 2, Matt travels across the stunning landscape of South Australia and Western Australia.

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Coffin Bay Oysters

Matt visits the small town of Coffin Bay in SA and prepares oysters with two different sauces.

Planting Guide

Want to start your own veggie garden? Find out what to plant when with our seasonal planting guide!

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Matt Moran, renowned chef and restaurateur, is back for a second season of the award-winning series Paddock to PlateWith more than 20 years in the food industry, Matt is on a road trip to meet the best growers and farmers in Australia. Once he’s got his hands on their produce, he’ll turn it into a mouth-watering dish. In this series, Matt clocks up more than 20,000km in search of culinary treasures, travelling through the stunning landscape of South Australia and Western Australia. From the blustering coastline of the Eyre Peninsula to the red dirt and big skies of the Kimberley, Matt discovers a vast spread of unique and exciting produce and the food heroes who farm it.

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Posted by Olive18Report
I like the show very much... Particularly on its true presentation of great Australian small farmers, their produce, and magnificent Australian landscape. Matt Moran is a great chef in many dishes he prepares. But what I found is whenever he makes a dish in the show with Asian influence, there are fundamental mistakes he makes which will make people who have some experiences in Asian cooking noticed. I really like him. I think if he goes to an Asian kitchen for a few months to get some basics right he will make much better fusion food and even better shows. Cheers olive
Posted by SaifReport
what all things is needed to start snail farming and rabbit farming and what is the use of snail gel
Posted by SaifReport
can i get your email id and how to start snail farming in india
Posted by Neil210Report
My parents owned a business called Darby woodware in the 1970's thru to the early 2000's we I believe were the manufacturers of that Chopping board in question, but they are no longer made. Darby woodware no longer exists due to retirement.
Posted by Donna933Report
Any news on the chopping board?
Posted by Simon393Report
for beautiful chopping boards check out www.byronbaychoppingboards.com
Posted by Hayley505Report
Also hunting for that chopping board! I emailed MM FB page on the 27th November and haven't heard anything :( would love to know where to get one.
Posted by Simon393Report
chopping boards check out www.byronbaychoppingboards.com
Posted by Janene30Report
Anne235-check out horseradish details in the planting guide, at the top right of this page.
Posted by Claire573Report
I love the program, but was disappointed that Matt didn't wear a helmet on the quad bike tonight, despite twice telling his son to do so.