Further back in time for dinner , 1900. Vaucluse House .
Broadcast 8:30pm Tue 5 Jun 2018. Published 3 years ago.
This was the world Sydney’s Ferrone family stepped into when they filmed Further Back In Time For Dinner . In 2018 Carol and Peter Ferrone and their children Julian, Sienna and Olivia starred in the Back In Time For Dinner , which focused on Australian households and their cuisine from the 1950s through to the 1990s.
Windsor, Richmond feature in ABC TV’s Further Back In Time For Dinner | Hawkesbury Gazette | Richmond, NSW.
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Hosted by journalist Annabel Crabb, each hour-long show takes the Ferrone family of Mortdale in Sydney’s south to every decade since World War II, to experience what life was like and discover how the post-war food revolution transformed the nation.
The Ferrone family enjoying a fondue in their 1970s house. Father and husband Peter is the son of Italians who arrived in the early 1950s; mother-wife Carol’s background isn’t stated on air, but the press notes reveal she was born in Britain of Portuguese heritage and moved here aged eight.
As the stars of BBC2’s Back In Time For Tea , Lesley, 46, husband John, 50, and their children Caitlin, 18, Freya, 16, and Harvey, 14, lived as a family in the North did over the past century.
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