Ever wondered how they managed to get spam in a can? Or how we got to a point where we can preserve pretty much anything?
During one of the biggest humanitarian crises since WW2, we look at how war has shaped how we eat, and how tough times often bring about culinary innovation.
Is there a food that you just can't stand to eat? Does the thought of intestines make you sick? But why do some things disgust us while others don't?
Eat Eat Eat is back and joined by legendary Sydney food blogger Helen Yee (Grab Your Fork) to talk about the idea of food and disgust.
Did you know that researchers force fed mice alcohol, and found that it directly affects neurons in the brain that regulate ravenous eating.
Might explain that drunk kebab or KFC that you forgot you ate.
In this episode we're talking late night food. From why we crave it, to where in Sydney you can actually go to eat it!
And we also reveal what we think is the perfect idea for a late night venue.
We're back! Tim returns after nearly 6 months of eating his way around Europe and Asia. And what was his food highlight? France? Italy? Malaysia? Nope. Georgia!
You're probably thinking what the f... is Georgian food? If so, have a listen to find out about this incredible cuisine.