Fox life and Chef Sarah Todd explore off-beat Goa
This June, prepare your senses to experience Goa in a never-seen-before avatar with FOX Life’s new show ‘Serve It Like Sarah’. Featuring former MasterChef Australia contestant, Sarah Todd, the show will discover new, unexplored facets of Goa including its hidden culinary treasures.
‘Serve It Like Sarah’ premieres on FOX Life on June 13, 2016, and will be aired on Mondays and Tuesdays at 10 pm.
From tracing Goa’s traditional dishes with Portuguese roots to underwater walks and exploring marine life, Sarah will take viewers on an exotic journey through Goa. This series takes forward the channel’s promise of offering something fresh and exhilarating with each local production. In Serve It Like Sarah, one gets to witness Goa in its natural, raw beauty as Sarah tries her hands at a number of exciting things. From knitting a fishermen’s net to catching crabs and drying fish, to participating in the Feni distillation by foot stomping Cashew apples, Sarah does it all with finesse. Needless to say, the Chef’s journey would be incomplete without her discovering some new, unheard of ingredients and using them to jazz up some local delicacies at her restaurant, Antares at Vagator beach.
Swati Mohan, Business Head for FOX Networks Group said, “The overall aim of content on Fox Life is simple - bring in shows that not only connect with viewers, but also inspire them to go out and explore. We’re very pleased to be bringing a talented chef like Sarah to Fox Life – she has a very special connection to the country and passion for these food adventures which has been well captured in the show. The viewers are in for a visual treat and will get a glimpse of a new, off beat side of Goa.”
Talking about her experience during the shoot and her association with FOX Life, Sarah Todd says, “Everyone has heard of Goa, most of us have been there for the sun and sand. But there is so much more to it. Working with FOX Life, gave me an exciting opportunity to showcase my ‘home-away-from-home’ in a way that I know it. I have been in awe of the place from the first time I saw it and since then, kept going back to it whenever I could. Moving to Goa has been an eye opener and I believe, one can spend an entire lifetime in Goa and still be unknown to so many things.”