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MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING
Authentic Lisbon

 

In this episode of Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking, host Pete Evans is in Lisbon to join Michelin-star-chefs Henrique Sá Pessoa and Alexandre Silva, owner of the acclaimed restaurant Loco to cook up a modern Portuguese feast. Gathering inspiration for the meal, the chefs head to the Sol e Pesca, a famed tinned-fish restaurant, to procure local delicacies that include sardines, black swordfish, horse mackerel, and sea urchin. Then it’s on to one of the most famous markets in Lisbon, the Mercado Alvalade Norte, to source fresh local ingredients. The final stop is Henrique’s test kitchen, Atelier, to cook an incredible feast: Seafood Rice, Steamed Barnacles, Tinned-Fish Salad with Watercress and Herby Dressing, Scarlett Prawns Crudo, Slow-Cooked Lamb Stew with Fried and Soaked Bread, and a Chocolate Mousse with Olive Oil and Fleur de Sel for dessert. It’s all served up at Henrique’s star-studded restaurant, Alma, where guests are eager to share this memorable meal.

 

 

 

DINING WITH THE CHEF
Rika’s Omelet Rice

DINING WITH THE CHEF: Rika’s Omelet Rice

 

Discover the basics of Japanese cuisine with professionals. Chef Saito provides easy guidance for making authentic dishes, while Chef Rika gives helpful advice on quick and stylish cuisine.

 

Rika’s Omelet Rice

 

In this episode, we’ll be making omelet rice, deliciously flavored with butter and ketchup, and with a tender, fluffy omelet. This simple recipe for this western-style Japanese dish is made without wrapping the omelet around the rice, for easier preparation. For our side dish, we’ll be using eggplant, a fall ingredient, grilling it and serving it with a miso dressing. The dressing is made with sushi vinegar, giving it a deliciously light and clean flavor. We’ll also learn about how to make a Japanese-style jelly from soymilk and black sesame seeds, for a healthy dessert that makes the most of the mild sweetness of the soymilk and the rich aroma of the sesame seeds.

 

 

 

MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING
Co-Hosts in Portugal

MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING: Co-Hosts in Portugal

 

On this episode of Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking, co-hosts Pete Evans and Alex Thomopoulos join forces in Lisbon, Portugal, to cook up an outstanding locally sourced feast. They begin by gathering the freshest ingredients at a Setubal market, Mercado de Livramento, considered one of the best in the world. Next, the pair visits the popular Time Out Market, studded with restaurant stalls and offering local flavors that will provide inspiration for their meal. Then it’s to the kitchen where they roll up their sleeves to cook a traditional Portuguese-inspired feast that includes Spiced Chicken Escabeche; Grilled Octopus Salad with Peppers, Herbs, and Citrus; Creamy Tomato Rice; Seared Swordfish with Citrus Vinaigrette; and a Pastel de Nata (Portuguese Custard Tart) for dessert.

 

 

 

DINING WITH THE CHEF
Artisan Edition in Akita: Kiritampo-Nabe (Rice Stick Hot Pot)

DINING WITH THE CHEF - Artisan Edition in Akita: Kiritampo-Nabe (Rice Stick Hot Pot)

 

We’ll be visiting the far northern prefecture of Akita and learning about Akita’s local cooking over two episodes. In the first episode, we’ll learn about Kiritampo-nabe, a hotpot dish once cooked by the Matagi, hunters who lived in the mountains. This hotpot contains local Hinai chicken, seri, maitake mushrooms, burdock root, and kiritampo, the item that gives the dish its name. Made by mashing rice, then spreading it on a stick and grilling it, kiritampo are perfect for soaking up the rich flavor of the Hinai chicken soup. We’ll also learn about Akita’s unique food culture, full of the flavors of nature.

 

 

 

LUCKY CHOW
Asian Food, American Dreams

LUCKY CHOW: Asian Food, American Dreams

 

LUCKY CHOW returns for a second season with host Danielle Chang, who explores Asian cuisine’s impact on American food culture, while discovering how deeply Asian culture is rooted in our everyday lives.

 

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Asian Food, American Dreams
Danielle Chang talks to Asian American entrepreneurs about the secrets of their success: Lynda Trang Dai, once known as the “Vietnamese Madonna” and now the queen of banh mi sandwiches in Orange County’s Little Saigon; and Charles Phan, the ground-breaking chef of Slanted Door in San Francisco, which was named best restaurant in the country by the James Beard Foundation.

 

 

 

LUCKY CHOW
Taiwan’s True Flavors

LUCKY CHOW: Taiwan’s True Flavors

 

LUCKY CHOW returns for a second season with host Danielle Chang, who explores Asian cuisine’s impact on American food culture, while discovering how deeply Asian culture is rooted in our everyday lives.

 

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Taiwan’s True Flavors
Danielle Chang gets back to her roots in an episode devoted to the distinctive cuisine of Taiwan. With cookbook author Cathy Erway, she makes beef noodle soup. In California’s Orange County, she pays a twilight visit to America’s closest counterpart to a classic Taiwanese night market.

 

 

 

LUCKY CHOW
The New Indian

LUCKY CHOW: The New Indian

 

LUCKY CHOW returns for a second season with host Danielle Chang, who explores Asian cuisine’s impact on American food culture, while discovering how deeply Asian culture is rooted in our everyday lives.

 

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The New Indian
Danielle Chang interviews a former financier who offers a light, healthy take on Indian classics; and a Silicon Valley engineer who got her start in the food business selling homemade chai by bicycle in the hills of San Francisco.

 

 

 

LUCKY CHOW
Made in China

LUCKY CHOW: Made in China

 

LUCKY CHOW returns for a second season with host Danielle Chang, who explores Asian cuisine’s impact on American food culture, while discovering how deeply Asian culture is rooted in our everyday lives.

 

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Made In China
Danielle checks out some Chinese culinary traditions in America. She visits an industrial kitchen where traditional “confinement meals” are made for new mothers across the country; a Manhattan cocktail den whose main ingredient is the fiery liquor baijiu; and a wedding in the heart of San Francisco’s Chinatown where old world and new meet at the banquet table and on the dance floor.

 

 

 

LUCKY CHOW
Food of the Gods

LUCKY CHOW: Food of the Gods

 

LUCKY CHOW returns for a second season with host Danielle Chang, who explores Asian cuisine’s impact on American food culture, while discovering how deeply Asian culture is rooted in our everyday lives.

 

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Food of the Gods
Danielle Chang visits a Buddhist temple for a vegetarian feast; a Sikh temple where she helps cook Indian bread; and a Queens, New York neighborhood mosque’s annual food fair, where she samples Indonesian dishes.

 

 

 

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