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MasterChef Australia Contestant Sarah Todd Debut Indian TV With Serve Like Sarah

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MasterChef Australia Contestant Sarah Todd Debut Indian TV With Serve Like Sarah
Former “MasterChef Australia” contestant Sarah Todd will soon make her debut on Indian television with “Serve It Like Sarah”.

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Highlighting Todd, the show will find new and unexplored features of Goa including its shrouded culinary fortunes, read an announcement.

From following Goa’s customary dishes with Portuguese roots to submerged strolls and investigating marine life, Todd will take viewers on a colorful voyage through Goa.

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Swati Mohan, Business Head for FOX Networks Group, said: “We’re exceptionally satisfied to convey a gifted culinary expert like Sarah to FOX Life. She has an exceptionally extraordinary association with the nation and energy for these nourishment enterprises which has been very much caught in the appear. The viewers are in for a visual treat and will get a look at another, odd side of Goa…
Talking about her experience during the shoot and her association with FOX Life, Todd said: “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.”

“Serve It Like Sarah” premieres on FOX Life on 13 June 2016.
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