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DISHING WITH JULIA CHILD
The Good Loaf

DISHING WITH JULIA CHILD: The Good Loaf

 

Vivian Howard, Marcus Samuelsson, Carla Hall and Sara Moulton follow Julia Child’s breadmaking recipes for classic pain de mie and a raisin bread, highlighting her role in reorienting people’s perception of food.

 

 

 

DINING WITH THE CHEF
Japanese-Style Fried Meatballs

DINING WITH THE CHEF: Japanese-Style Fried Meatballs

 

In this episode, we’ll be making Japanese-style fried meatballs. Rika’s mother taught her this unique recipe, where instead of stewing them, the meatballs are fried. By pre-heating onions in the microwave, their flavor can be integrated into the meat more easily. To add seasoning, we’ll be using soy sauce, ginger, and nutmeg, to give the flavor plenty of complexity. We’ll also be focusing on side dish soups made with ginger, and showing a simple recipe for one of the many different Japanese dishes made with ginger.

 

 

 

LIDIA’S KITCHEN
Spice it Up

 

Spices impart a lot of flavor to a recipe, and today Lidia shows viewers how to use different spices. First on the menu is mussels with fennel and saffron, an elegant and luxurious way to serve mussels. Lidia loves peperoncino in almost any dish, especially when making spicy stuffed clams. And finally, Lidia makes chicken and zucchini salad with horseradish dressing.

 

 

 

THE GREAT BRITISH BAKING SHOW
Easter Masterclass

THE GREAT BRITISH BAKING SHOW: Easter Masterclass

 

Join Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood as they showcase some of their favorite Easter recipes. In a step by step guide, they show classic hot cross buns and simmel cake, and branch out with chocolate custard tarts and lemon meringue nests.

 

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NIGELLA: AT MY TABLE
Nigella’s Christmas Table

NIGELLA: AT MY TABLE- Nigella’s Christmas Table

 

Nigella decamps to the countryside for her cosiest Christmas yet. Against a backdrop of crackling log fires and sparkling lights, Nigella shares her tips for relaxed entertaining, bringing new flavours to the festivities and the cosiness of familiar fare. Recipes include roast duck, garlic and parmesan mashed potato gratin and brandy salted caramel ice cream.

 

 

 

THE MIND OF A CHEF
Impermanence

 

Chef Edward Lee embarks on adventures that take him out of the kitchen and into the depths of what moves and motivates him — seeking the history of what it means to be a chef, the key to making a perfect bourbon, the call of that culinary siren, the American South. One part Southern soul, one part Asian spice and one part New York attitude, Lee is a Korean American who grew up in Brooklyn, trained in NYC kitchens and has spent the better part of a decade honing his vision at 610 Magnolia Restaurant in Louisville, Kentucky.

 

Impermanence:
Ed dissects the evolution of a dish and the public’s changing tastes. He tries his hand at cooking alternative meats (like alligator); enjoys a recipe that has stood the test of time, Maw Maw’s Ravioli from Hog & Hominy’s Andrew Ticer and Michael Hudman; and creates a quickly disappearing dim sum dish with Stuart Brioza, as he looks toward the future of food.