The 9pm Shoddy Time Machine


We revisit Cronulla and Sydney’s Sutherland Shire, the power base of Australia’s prime minister Scott Morrison, to find out what makes it tick. Nicholas Fryer asks some important questions. And we find out what a chicken and avocado pie — yes, that’s right — we find out what it tastes like.

We also hear about mushrooms, the true rules of life, Elon Musk, and the death of democracy.

A chicken and avocado pie bought in Kings Cross, Sydney, and reviewed in this episode.

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[Photo: Mushrooms photographed at Wentworth Falls on 22 March 2017.]

2 Replies to “The 9pm Shoddy Time Machine”

  1. The avocado skin wasn’t removed at all, Ben. The slime fruit was just halved, and the top and bottom taken off to it onto the pie. The avocado replaced the usual pie crust on top.

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