Broome cuisine on the small screen

Rob DoughertyBroome Advertiser
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Broome’s delicious cuisine will be on show this weekend for a new season of television cooking program Surfing the Menu: Next Generation.

New lads Dan Churchill, Hayden Quinn and GiGi, their 50-year-old VW Beatle, headline the new series, which will span 13 episodes for road trip of epic food proportions.

Local chilli crab dishes, Matso’s Curry Hut, Sun Pictures and musician Stephen Pigram will be on the screen this Sunday at 6pm to showcase the best the region has to offer in adventure, fishing, travel, farming and, of course, surfing.

Along the way, the blokes will be four-wheel-driving in the desert, exploring an outback cattle station, be invited to a Tongan feast, learn to sail, snorkel on the Ningaloo and Great Barrier reefs, swim with manta rays and have a fishing misadventure.

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