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How to make a delicious tiramisu. Leon and Cory reveal what you're doing wrong when cooking meat. Alatini family reveal the best way to cook seafood. Matt Moran reveals how to cook a 'perfect' burger. Anna's Baker's Handbook: Decorating a cake. Carl reveals his tips for saving a dish that's gone wrong. Anna's bakers handbook: Layering a cake.
Food hack: Easy way to get lemon juice from a lemon. How to cook perfect rice every time. Matt Moran reveals how to cook the perfect stir fry. Food hack: How to measure honey easily. How to make meals exciting when you're short on time. Food hack: How to easily peel an orange.
Anna's baker's handbook: Mixing and baking cakes. Tom Parker Bowles takes us through three fail proof dinners for the learner cook. Carl and Lena reveal how to manage time in the kitchen. Matt Moran's gives his top tips for cooking fish. Matt Moran's top tips for cooking lamb. Heather's secret to perfecting stews. Anna's baking handbook: Working with chocolate. Anna's baking handbook: Nailing the basics.
Heather and Ben give their top tip to making profiteroles. Pina reveals her tips to making perfect hand made pasta. Family Food Fight's biggest bloopers. Ria Samadi's most fiesty moments. Exit Interview: Samadi sisters reveal if the competition made them closer. Samadi sisters' epic kitchen meltdown. Samadi sisters' massive Tarte Tatin fail. Which team will make it to the grand finale? Epic gingerbread house fail leaves family on the brink of forfeit. Why gingerbread needs to be the perfect thickness. Biggest duck cooking mistake revealed. Samadis desperately attempt to save their gingerbread house from destruction.
Judges and contestants freak out as time runs low in gingerbread house challenge. Outrageous 'sweet chicken' dish. Ria is left fuming after she gets benched from the competition. The Samadis shock the judges by using chicken in a dessert. The Samadis prove they shouldn't be messed with in the kitchen. Blind Taste Test: The Samadi sisters.
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Burnt caramel turns popcorn dish into a disaster. Alatini family get upset over the Samadi sisters' win. The Samadis are furious over Tartaglia's ingredient selection. Samadi sisters refuse to cook with meat. The Samadis plead with the judges not to taste their dish. Samadi Sisters fall behind. Saffa and Ria are furious they have to cook for fussy eaters. Samadi's forget to complete key step. Ria walks off the show. Tartaglias mess with the Samadis.
Saffa freaks out when she sees the crabs. Samadi's take charge. Samadi sisters break their chocolate balloon. Afghan Rice Pudding Video recipe. Samadi sisters take out the first challenge.
Meet the Samadi sisters. Exit interview: Tartaglia boys reveal how it feels to be runners-up. Is Leon's father the most unhelpful relative in cooking show history? Leon's father Joe supports the Giles sisters. Leon's father causes frustration for the Tartaglias. Matt Moran puzzled by frozen tiramisu. Leon's shocking solution to failed dish. Underdogs the Tartaglia family: Look back on their journey through the competition. Leon goes to extremes to release a stuck Pana Cotta.
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Leon explains the art of 'comforting a chicken'. Secret to cooking tender duck. Tartaglias use sneaky strategy to try and secure their place in the final three. Leaving skin on fish forces judges to label dish 'inedible'. Piece of fish ends up looking 'like a car crash'. Cooking with cauliflower leaves one team freaking out. How not to fillet a fish. China currently consumes a third of the global fish catch.
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Officials there have made it clear that they believe that meeting the expectations of their increasingly affluent population is key to preserving political stability—and thus is a core national security interest. Growing tensions between Sri Lankan and Indian fishermen are just one signal of a looming conflict over the region's depleted waters. Cases that involve sincerely held fishing rights also risk triggering violent conflicts. If Beijing continues to expand the practice of escorting its fishing fleet with armed China Coast Guard vessels, the chances for a violent exchange would continue to rise—as would the risk of the United States becoming involved.
Future resource scarcity could also trigger a fish-related conflict. If global fish stocks collapse around , as current trends suggest they will, national governments are going to feel intense pressure to ensure a regular food supply for their populations. This pressure could lead more powerful countries to try to grab the resources of smaller or vulnerable neighbors. Russia and the United States might also be tempted to establish claims against one another in the waters that separate Alaska and Siberia.
The U. In , U.
Senate ratified the agreement, but neither the leaders of the collapsing Soviet Union nor their Russian successors followed suit. As pressure on fisheries increases, Russian leaders may decide that it is time to challenge the de facto border outright. Fish farming has exploded from producing 5 million metric tons in to 63 million metric tons in Even though naysayers point out that fish farms are highly vulnerable to the spread of diseases, and environmental advocacy organizations are worried about their ecological impact, the U.
Food and Agriculture Organization predicts that by , farmed fish will make up more than 60 percent of seafood bound for homes and restaurants. Meanwhile, in , U. President Barack Obama established an interagency task force to combat IUU fishing, co-chaired by the secretaries of commerce and state, with the participation of 14 federal agencies. The task force not only survived the change in administration, but it also released a comprehensive action plan in December Meanwhile, China, perhaps recognizing the potential for international pushback, has included language in its 13th Five-Year Plan that indicates a willingness to consider fisheries reform.
Governments around the world must take further steps to prevent a fish war. First and foremost, the United States must reinforce its commitment to the international rules-based order that has governed the maritime domain for decades.