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The Hangman’s Supper
Adam Liaw in conversation with Joanna Savill
When Roald Dahl was 73, he wrote his friend Francis Bacon and asked what would he want for his last meal? Bacon’s response: “Two lightly boiled very fresh eggs and some bread and butter”.
Adam Liaw has carte blanche to devise his own ‘Hangman’s Supper’ and converse - between mouthfuls - with Joanna Savill about the inspiration behind this specially curated Last Supper.
Event streaming 8.30PM – 9.30PM
Presented by the National Museum of Australia
Adam Liaw is a writer, cook, television presenter and former lawyer. As the author of six cookbooks, a weekly newspaper columnist and a television host, his family-friendly recipes are influenced by his global travels and focus on the casual simplicity of modern Australian home cooking. His award-winning SBS series Destination Flavour is in its sixth season. Adam is an official Goodwill Ambassador for Japanese Cuisine and a Unicef Ambassador for Nutrition.
Journalist Joanna Savill has talked food professionally since the early 1990s, in print, on TV and radio. She has edited SMH Good Food Guide, led the national Good Food Month festivals, co-presented SBS TV’s Food Lovers’ Guide to Australia and shared a stage with some of the world’s most fascinating food personalities.