New Australian TV show for chef George Calombaris

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Chef George Calombaris is making a comeback to Australian TV screens later this month with his new show Hungry.

The show aims to take viewers on a rich cultural food journey with Calombaris going back to his Greek roots, showcasing generational cooking and the history behind some of his favourite local eateries in Melbourne.

Calombaris was a judge on the Channel 10 show MasterChef from 2009 to 2019. His time on the cooking show ended shortly after he was caught underpaying his restaurant staff.

Calombaris’ TV comeback will be alongside former MasterChef contestant Sarah Todd.

Hungry has heart and soul and it’ll make you want to get out and meet the people who are making these dishes come alive,” Calombaris said about the new show.

The six-episode series will premiere on Channel 10 on Saturday, November 26, at 6.30 pm.

Source: The New Daily

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