Farah grew up watching SBS back when it only had one channel available. But who would've thought she'd decide to be a manager editor for SBS Food, once it decide to expand channels? Not that Farah isn't excited (you can definitely here her passion for her role at SBS throughout our co
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Farah grew up watching SBS back when it only had one channel available. But who would've thought she'd decide to be a manager editor for SBS Food, once it decide to expand channels? Not that Farah isn't excited (you can definitely here her passion for her role at SBS throughout our conversation) but sometimes she has to pinch herself to accept the reality of the amazing opportunity that presented itself. This was another great and interesting chat. I'm super glad Farah was able to donate her time to jump on and share some insights into the world of SBS, in particular SBS Food. We chat about Farah's early life growing up in a Bosnian household long before she had an interest in food and didn't appreciate the value of her mothers passion for cooking until later in life. But her mothers knowledge in traditional cooking methods have become Farah's best tool in sharing stories of personal triumph and family. Once Farah realised the important stories behind the food, she found the perfect way to paint the picture of our shared loved of a good simple meal that not only has a depth of flavour but an important backstory that helps pass forward old traditions and boost diversity in food media. Roots Podcast is proudly brought to you by Sydney Direct Fresh Produce. The fruit and veg provider led by Luke Kohler, that has been supplying to cafes and restaurants for more then 20 years and still smashing it out today. Music by Charlie Fester.