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How I bought cheese in a small cheese making chalet in the Swiss Alps 2 hours walk from the last road and how I turned it into a delicious Croûte au fromage.
The mighty Beignets de Vinzel is a cult dish from the Swiss coast of Lake Geneva. It would fit nicely into the Scottish Diet.
Probably the largest fish market in the world. My visit of the first market of 2006 - at 4AM.
Using a whole duck to make pasta sauce is uncommon outside Italy.
Savory lasagna in a chocolate meat sauce, a century old recipe from one aristocratic Sicilian family. Easy, quick, delicious and no, it doesn't taste funny.
There is more than meets the eye to this cult Sicilian Sunday roast - a stunning highlight of any family meal.
Delicious authentically Sicilian pasta and an excuse to tackle the intriguing Caciocavallo, the king of Sicilian cheeses.
Just flour and water and my Kenwood Kitchen Machine with a new bronze die made for a wonderful evening.
This spectacular recipe by French pastry honcho Pierre Hermé is guaranteed to be the talk of the party.
Traditional pasta sauce, much loved in some parts of Italy. Don't do this at home. Only a head case would eat it.
Every year my uncle Harvey summons the family around a converted wash boiler where he cooks the most delicious soup. The occasion is Swiss Federal Fast Day, a national holiday in Switzerland. See how we cook 20 gallons of soup from start to finish.
A dried Mediterranean caviar used by French and Italian chefs to flavor pasta or risotto, boutargue/botarga/botargo is a rare and expensive delicacy.
A memorable fondue in an over-the-top dungeon chalet straight out of a Hammer film. Our host, Paul du Marchie, has been building an architectural fantasy in the middle of the woods for the last 50 years. Dont' miss my eight 360° panoramas!
Boiled, marinated and then roasted in my tandoor, nothing is spared to turn this leg of lamb in the most tender and tasty morsel.
I meet with a reader of FXcuisine in a series of historical London pubs while he feeds me tips about lesser known deep-fried British delicacies.