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MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING
Mexico City, Part 1

MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING

 

Food critics and aficionados are flocking to Mexico City. Let’s see what all of the hype’s about when host Pete Evans heads south of the border this week on Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking. Mexico’s top chefs Jorge Vallejo and Eduardo García guide viewers through the reinvented culinary scene that is en fuego right now. The chefs create hyper-seasonal dishes with a stylish flair and a modern twist. The menu includes striped bass baked in a salt crust, dried shrimp and chile sauce and huitlacoche, with a pineapple-mint margarita to top it off.

 

 

GLOBE TREKKER
Top 10 South American Adventures

 

Trekkers Ian Wright, Holly Morris, Elis Nevitt, Matt Young, Megan McCormick and Zay Harding travel all across South America – to Guyana, Venezuela, Columbia, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil – in search of the continent’s Top 10 adventures, which include white water rafting in untamed waters, searching for giant anaconda snakes, trekking to the world’s highest waterfalls, and climbing to the snow-capped summit of the Lanin Volcano in the Andes Mountains.

 

 

MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING
Taos, New Mexico

 

Experience the rich history of the mountainous Taos region of New Mexico as Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking gets a taste of its incredible ingredients. Host Curtis Stone meets Christopher Lujan who grows ancient heirloom blue corn in the high-elevation mountains of the Taos Pueblo and learns about its significance to indigenous cultures. Curtis finds more fresh produce at Matt Romero Farms, where they grow everything from oats to heirloom varietal chiles. He brings all these ingredients together with the help of Chef Andrew Horton, who believes in simple dishes and rustic cooking, and Chef Chris Maher, who owns Cooking Studio Taos, where the feast is held. The chefs elevate New Mexican cuisine by preparing a meal of beautiful blue corn cakes followed by local lamb tacos and a green chile stew.

 

 

GLOBE TREKKER
Tough Trains: Bolivia

 

Since the 1860s, Bolivia has lost land to all its surrounding countries, leaving it landlocked and without vital access to coastal ports. As compensation, both Chile and Brazil agreed to build railways from Bolivia to their coasts, but they have not received proper investment since. Trekker Zay Harding travels along these railways from the Brazilian Pantanal to the Chilean coast. The first stop is Bolivia’s agricultural heartland of Santa Cruz, followed by the constitutional capital of Sucre. Zay then heads to Potosi, followed by a journey to Uyuni, where he visits the Salar de Uyuni – a salt flat rich in both salt and lithium. Zay heads to Bolivia’s administrative capital, La Paz, before concluding his trip at the Pacific coast.

 

POV
Tea Time

 

Five Chilean women who gather monthly for a ritual that has sustained them through 60 years of personal and societal change. See how a routine of tea and pastries helped them commemorate life’s joys and cope with infidelity, illness and death.