SBS's highly acclaimed, hugely popular show Food Safari is back. With flavours and recipes ranging across five continents of the world, Series 4 of Food Safari opens with the many cuisines of Darwin, then travels across to the delicious dishes of Peru; into the rustic Mediterranean peasant food of Cyprus, across the many influences and islands of the Philippines, on to the rainbow nation of South Africa, through the colourful Asian flavours of Lao food, and into the hearty warmth of Polish food. Food Safari then uncovers the exotic spices and techniques of Afghan food, before tasting some of the best of Danish cuisine and finishing in the warm tropical heat of Broome and its own distinct creole cuisine. It's a delicious whirlwind of flavour - so lavishly filmed you can almost smell it off the screen. "Series 4 is probably our most diverse mix of cuisines to date, full of the most delicious dishes and the warm welcoming people who have us into their homes to show off the recipes they cherish. At many stages as we've trekked around Australia, people have stopped us in the street to ask when this series was coming - it's great for us to know there's a really keen audience who just love what we do!In this series you'll meet many of my long-term friends, some of whom have been filmed in the very early days when I was first making The Food Lover's Guide to Australia; others have never been on TV .and it never ceases to amaze me how good people are with a film crew capturing their every move .that lovely natural sharing atmosphere of being a guest in their homes - it's terrific to be able to share that with our viewing audience. It's a great way to learn new recipes and have a sense of the culture and pride that goes with them.you end up very proud to be living in such a diverse nation.We guarantee this latest series will both make people hungry and touch their hearts." Maeve O'Meara.