It's the 90s and the Ferrone family's palate goes on a culinary tour as they experience the changing face of Aussie cuisine with the 'new' flavours of Vietnamese foods, and the 'old' wisdom of indigenous cooking.
In the 1980s and 90s the Ferrone family must work even longer hours to stay relevant and make a profit. Can they diversify their business to try and stave off the demise of the corner store?
Developments in technology over the last 200 years have changed the way we live, work and play. Travel back in time with the Ferrones as they try their best to adjust to life without modern technology.
The 1980s was a period of glitz, glamour and excess and in the 1990s alternative became the new mainstream. Baby Boomers were raising families and Gen X was hitting its teenage years. MTV, VCRs and video games changed how we experienced entertainment. And the internet was about to change everything.
What do magpies, dugongs, goannas, yams, pie floaters, European vegetables and swans have in common? This clip explains, as animated pair Norman and Miranda serve up a timeline of Australian culinary history – from millennia before British settlement across more than two centuries since colonisation, to the multitude of influences on today’s cuisine.
From polite persuasion to radical activism — the birth of the modern environment movement in Australia.