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  • 25 min.

    Best Chefs - Jean Andre Charial, Oustau Baumaniere

    Bertolino, Daniel & Viau, Catherine & Viau, Gregoire, 2008

    Jean Andre Charial is one of the great chefs in this series of unique encounters with those who create and share today's gastronomic delights

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  • 25 min.

    Best Chefs - Jean-Marc Banzo, Clos de la Violette

    Bertolino, Daniel & Viau, Catherine & Viau, Gregoire, 2008

    The series of Best Chefs takes us on a flavourful tour, introducing us to the artisans of taste who their most trusted allies. At the foot of Mount Sainte-Victoire, Jean Marc Banzo delights the people of Aix in his restaurant Clos de la Violette.

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  • 25 min.

    Best Chefs - Michel Trama, Loges de l' Aubergade

    Bertolino, Daniel & Viau, Catherine & Viau, Gregoire, 2008

    Series Best Chefs introduces Michel Trama owner of Loges de l'Aubergade, Aquitaine- Puymirol, France owned by Michel Trama and his wife

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  • 25 min.

    Best Chefs - Jacques Chibois, Bastide Saint-Antoine

    Bertolino, Daniel & Viau, Catherine & Viau, Gregoire, 2009

    Jacques Chibois, is the star chef at the Bastide Saint Antoine i n Grasse and one of the "Best Chefs" who takes us on a journey into the history of the most beautiful gastronomic

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  • 25 min.

    Best Chefs - Jacques & Laurent Pourcel, Le jardin des Sens Languedoc

    Bertolino, Daniel & Viau, Catherine & Viau, Gregoire, 2008

    Best Chefs ia a unique encounter with those who create and share today's gastronomic delights. Jacques & Laurent share with us a few of their best-kept culinary secrets

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  • 58 min.

    Fritkot

    Manuel Poutte, 2010

    In the documentary Fritkot a fritkot is being followed near a train station of a small town. The owner of it is much more than someone who’s baking fries.

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  • 60 min.

    The Sultano Variation: Cooking and Culture in Sicily

    Cascone, Vincenzo, 2001

    This is a chance to take a good look inside the life, work and homeland of the famous chef Ciccio Sultano.

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  • 22 min.

    Best Chefs - Richard Coutanceau, Le Coutanceau

    Bertolino, Daniel & Viau, Catherine & Viau, Gregoire, 2007

    The restaurant of star chef Richard Coutanceau is located in a historical town with one of Frances most famous ports of the Atlantic Ocean; La Rochelle.

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  • 22 min.

    Best Chefs - Stephane Raimbault, L'Oasis

    Bertolino, Daniel & Viau, Catherine & Viau, Gregoire, 2007

    Star chef Stephane Raimbault is as passionate about his restaurant as he is about his dishes. Every day, this enthusiastic star chef visits the local market and choses the products himself.

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  • 22 min.

    Best Chefs - Charlie Trotter

    Viau, Gregoire & Viau, Catherine, 2005

    The Best Chefs is a series of unique encounters with those who create and share todays gastronomic delights. This episodes chef is one of the most high-profile chefs in the US, Charlie Trotter, owner of Charlie Trotters in Chicago.

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  • 22 min.

    Best Chefs - Roger Verge, Le Moulin de Mougins

    Bertolino, Daniel & Viau, Catherine & Viau, Gregoire, 2004

    Roger Verge is perhaps one of the most famous star chefs, and one of the major names in the development of nouvelle cuisine, a new form of haute cuisine.

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  • 22 min.

    Best Chefs - Roland Mazere, Le Centenaire

    Bertolino, Daniel & Viau, Catherine & Viau, Gregoire, 2007

    The culinary region of Perigord is well known for its truffles, walnuts and foie gras. Roland Mazere, born and raised in the Perigord is a big supporter of the local products.

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  • 61 min.

    Chef des Chefs: Monaco

    Pontet, Vanessa, 2011

    We delve into the luxurious and mysterious palace of Monaco to meet Christian Garcia, who has been the personal cook of Prince Albert II of Monaco and his family for the past 24 years.

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  • 48 min.

    Let's cook History: Renaissance Meal

    Allante, Philippe & Barriere, Michelle, 2006

    The refreshing Renaissance era was highly influenced by humanism. This also had its effect on the kitchen and dinner table. Strict table manners and consumption of imported vegetables are examples of the many culinary changes discussed in the episode.

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  • 50 min.

    Let's cook History: Roman Banquet

    Allante, Philippe & Barriere, Michelle, 2006

    The expansion of Roman empire has brought new ingredients and recipes into kitchens throughout the ancient world. This episode successfully shows that there is more to the Roman cuisine than wine infested orgies and an abundance of olive oil.

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  • 52 min.

    Let's cook History: Medieval Feast

    Allante, Philippe & Barriere, Michelle, 2006

    Contrasting the common view of the middle ages as a gloomy era, medieval kitchens were often filled with innovative, healthy and savory dishes. Enjoy the elaborate information on the preparation of bread, meat and dishes consumed in castles and cities.

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  • 51 min.

    Let's cook History: Revolution in Eating

    Allante, Philippe & Barriere, Michelle, 2006

    With the fall of absolute monarchy and the emergence of the bourgeoisie, the social change prompted by the French Revolution also influenced the culinary world. Paris was the birthplace of the first restaurants where the Nouveaux Riches wined and dined.

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  • 49 min.

    Let's cook History: Enlightenment Dining

    Allante, Philippe & Barriere, Michelle, 2006

    Lets Cook History is an entertaining and informative five part series exploring the origins of European cooking and eating habits.

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