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Mangiamaccheroni - Neapolitan macaroni-eating lads were once the symbol of Napoli's joie de vivre. Here are 20 examples of these icons from my personal collection.
A simple yet impressive recipe by Hélène Darroze using some of the finest ingredients known to man.
Who would think that eating fishes from head to toe would be so good?
Gerard Perse, one of the most important men in the Bordeaux wine industry, took me on a three-hour tour of Château Pavie in St Emilion. See for yourself how this man turned a failing château into one of the most prized wines in the region. Complete with many pictures and my 360° panorama of the huge limestone cellar and exclusive heart-to-heart interview with Perse.
Superb Turkish recipe for a seared and simmered leg of lamb in a pink sauce.
Delicious 19th century French dish - asparagus served like green peas. This was a favorite of Napoleon's Foreign Minister Talleyrand. Simple, healthy and thoroughly decadent.
Gorgeous decadent Moroccan dish, sweet, nutty and fragrant.
Dinner on a 100-year-old steamship on Lake Geneva by one of Switzerland's most famous chefs - complete with my behind-the-scenes visit of the kitchens.
This gorgeous traditional orecchiette-with-broccoli recipe is a staple on my table. The pasta is cooked with the sauce, a unique process much favored by French chef Alain Ducasse.
This 400-year-old covered food market in Kyoto is one of the best I've ever visited.
The most popular Swiss country fair cookie, Magenbrot, is a light gingerbread supposed to be a friend of the stomach. He is my friend too!
After nearly 20 years of trials I finally succeeded in making these delicious gnocchis - my own personal culinary holy grail.
Lunch with my father at the best restaurant in Switzerland - and beyond. Don't miss the exclusive behind-the-scenes 360 panorama of the kitchens!
A unique Alpine recipe from those mountains where Italians speak German. For hardcore buckwheat lovers only!
These simple Italian cookies, also called zalettini, use corn flour for crunchiness and color.