Mercurio’s Menu

Sundays from 22 March, 7pm on FOOD TELEVISION

Armed with a new exciting menu and cross country itinerary, food enthusiast Paul Mercurio is back, and ready for more adventure in this new series of Mercurio’s Menu. Travel across Australian and discover some of the finest regional cuisine the country has to offer. From hearty meat dishes and daring seafood surprises to some delectable sweet treats, the menu has it all. From the host who took you to tropical North Queensland for Crocodile mango curry, there’s sure to be plenty in store on this trip! Quench your thirst for culinary and historical knowledge, and share another of Paul’s great passions; beer, which he is inclined to use as a food accompaniment over wine. Unconventional and inquisitive, like the host, this show is fun and full of enthusiasm. If you enjoy travel, history, culture and of course fine food, then take a look at the stunning range of treats on offer from Mecurio’s Menu.

FOOD TELEVISION – Sundays from 3 August, 7.00pm

From an international career in movies and television, one of Australia’s favourite personalities, Paul Mercurio is back, with his brand new series Mercurio’s Menu. Join Paul on his journey across Australia, introducing us to some of the countries finest regional cuisine. Visit the ‘High Country’ of North West Victoria, where Paul chases some of the area’s finest produce from free-range chickens, hand-picked olives, apples, hazelnuts, and some of the best beef around. Then we travel to the Gold Coast to look at Lanacoora Chillies, and visit the Tamborine Mountain Distillery; famous for its vodkas, gins and schnapps. Beer is another of Paul’s great passions, which he is more inclined to use as a food accompaniment then wine; staying true to the unconventional and inquisitive nature of the show. If you enjoy travel, history, culture and of course fine food, then take a look at the stunning range of treats on offer from Mecurio’s Menu.
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