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Edible sterling silver foil decorates Indian food at weddings. Here is how they make it in Lucknow and how you can use it on a leg of lamb to eat like a Nawab.
Follow me as I wake up in the wee hours of the morning to see Swiss armailli make a unique cheese in a small chalet up the Gruyere Alps.
My Christmas article will show you how the best cheddar since King Arthur is made in Somerset, including a 4 minutes video.
A sweet tart made from white wine and sugar, very popular around my parts.
Learn how to make the very best strawberry sorbet you will ever taste exactly like they do at one of the world's top restaurants, Philippe Rochat in Switzerland. Read my interview of chef Rochat where he tells which strawberry to use for this sorbet.
I am back from Japan with a first article about green tea in Tokyo.
Serious risotto from the king of modern Italian cookbooks - Il Cucchiaio d'argento. It contains strawberries for a surprising but successful and now well established match.
How do they make the hole in the maccheroni? I had thought about it long and hard only to conclude you just can't make tubular pasta at home. I was wrong - see how I made my first batch of macaronis!
Hypocras was the most popular drink at parties and banquets in the Middle Ages. See how we made a gallon of it in Hattonchatel castle in France using the original spices they used back then.
My search for the way to bake the very best naans in my home gas-heated tandoor.
My visit to the cult London cheese shop, selling no less than 57 types of British cheeses.
Proper Speck, a cult Tyrolian dried and smoked pork meat, can only be found in a narrow corner of Val d'Ultimo, in Italy. Probably the best dried meat on earth, and you can't really buy it. But let me show you how it's made.
Just how many lives does a snail have? Seven, at L'Escargot Montorgueil, Paris' premier snail restaurant, where your shell might have served many guests.
How my friend Pasquale came to eat my Maccheroni al ragł 'like in Napoli' and fix my media room so that I could watch the Sopranos.
Make an extraordinary dessert in no time using stale bread an apple. A timeless classic from the Swiss Alps.