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The mighty Beignets de Vinzel is a cult dish from the Swiss coast of Lake Geneva. It would fit nicely into the Scottish Diet.
I always wanted to cook root vegetables in hot embers but didn't have the required giant medieval hearth - until a month ago. See how we cooked turnips and beetroots from Hattonchâtel's moat garden in the castle's walk-in fireplace.
Using an authentic restaurant recipe from a small Lombard restaurant, I managed to make extraordinary raviolis from scratch.
The super-strong jamaican jerk marinade is ideal for tandoori cooking.
My Parmesan-White Truffle sauce's hit-me-back flavor turned me into a truffle-hunting pig worthy of a glutton in Hieronymus Bosch's Hell.
A little Indian recipe of my own concoction - dates, raisins, onions, balsamic vinegar and port are simmered to make a luscious brown chutney.
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 pistachio-flavored little cake served with coffee in French gastronomic restaurants. If you get the pistachio paste, you can make it too.
The most delicate sorbet of them all, and you don't even need an ice-cream machine!
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!
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!
A most amazing pastry based on flour, sugar and a lot of butter. A definite calorie bomb but so good you would not believe.
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.
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.