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How I learned how to make pigeon pastilla, one of the most elegant dishes in moroccan cuisine.
I bought a whole head of Stilton and soaked it in the finest Port wine for a most memorable drinking session.
This unusual curry turns bland watermelons into a spectacular and quickly prepared original and authentic Indian curry.
Traditional buckwheat noodles from the Italian Alps with cabbage and Fontina cheese. I made them from scratch with my own freshly milled buckwheat flour. Hard core pasta!
Learn how to make a foie gras terrine from scratch in only 12 minutes.
This baked eggplant pasta dish has been keeping client queuing at the door of Geneva's most successful popular Italian restaurant 15 years. Find out how you can milk the Sicilian cash cow for yourself.
Thanks to a tiny a garganelli comb ordered from Italy I was able to make these legendary hand-rolled penne. A treat!
This traditional garnished grilled bread is Italian cuisine at its best. Utter simplicity based on excellent ingredients, around a time tested formula. Food for the gods.
Dandelion, the humble but ubiquitous golden flower is turned into a syrup and jam in the Alps. Here is how my grandma did it.
Gorgeous traditional Italian stewed rabbit in a fragrant sauce. Serve over polenta to forget any winter blues!
We roasted a whole boar on woodfire at Hattonchâtel castle in France for a memorable medieval banquet. See how it's done, from start to finish. Not for the faint of heart!
In Lucknow, kebabs are meat patties delicately flavored with spices and fried in clarified butter on a large tray. Here is one so soft you don't need your teeth to eat it. Honest!
Italian comfort food on steroids. Only Italians love pasta enough to stuff it with such plain ingredients as a potatoes. Right they are, these make for a highly refined dish - and very affordable.
The most expensive jam in the world is made in Bar-le-Duc from red currants hand-seeded with a goose quill. Worth every penny!
This extraordinary French sweet almond jelly must be the best food that survived the Middle Ages. My final and most tasty dish in the Hattonchatel castle serie.