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Who would think that eating fishes from head to toe would be so good?
A spectacular warm salad from London Michelin-starred Tamarind restaurant. With some inside help and after a few disasters, I managed to make it at home!
A simple yet impressive recipe by Hélène Darroze using some of the finest ingredients known to man.
Superb Turkish recipe for a seared and simmered leg of lamb in a pink sauce.
Gorgeous decadent Moroccan dish, sweet, nutty and fragrant.
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.
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.
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.
After nearly 20 years of trials I finally succeeded in making these delicious gnocchis - my own personal culinary holy grail.
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.
A unique Alpine recipe from those mountains where Italians speak German. For hardcore buckwheat lovers only!
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!
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!
These simple Italian cookies, also called zalettini, use corn flour for crunchiness and color.