LifeStyle Food

LifeStyle Food

Infobox TV channel
name = LifeStyle Food
logofile = Lifestyle_food.svg‎
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logoalt = LifeStyle Food
launch = 14 March, 2004
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owner = XYZnetworks
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country = Australia
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sister names = The LifeStyle Channel
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sat serv 1 = Austar Digital
sat chan 1 = Channel 117
sat serv 2 = Foxtel Digital
sat chan 2 = Channel 117
cable serv 1 = Foxtel Digital
cable chan 1 = Channel 117
cable serv 2 = Austar Digital
cable chan 2 = Channel 117
cable serv 3 = Optus
cable chan 3 = Channel 117
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LifeStyle Food is an Australian food channel, solely dedicated to food, wine and restaurant society. As of yet, it is the only channel from a global context that is subject specific to food. The channel is a subsidiary of The LifeStyle Channel, which runs 24 hours a day on the Foxtel, Austar and Optus Television platforms.

In December 2006, Lifestyle Food started the Great BBQ Challenge. A new reality show where 21 of Australia's Top BBQ Chefs compete for their own television program, $25 000 and the right to be crowned Australia's best BBQ'er. The winner was announced Live on Australia Day Jan 26th 2007.

External links

[ Official site]
[ Great BBQ Challenge site]

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