Each episode, one of Australia's most respected political commentators - Annabel Crabb - leads us into the homes and hearts of notable and engaging politicians. She sits down and talks food, recipes and politics with MPs from both sides of the political fence. Food and politics are never separated for long. In Canberra, Australia’s political capital, dinner bookings are an anthropological study in themselves. If you go for a walk around town during a sitting week, you see a graphic illustration of the capital's power shifts. Why is that minister sharing noodles with that factional opponent? What is that disenfranchised bunch of back benchers plotting? And the best way to get to know a politician is to break bread with one.