In this special episode, French gourmet Julie Andrieu takes an unforgettable journey across the globe. Watch out for Julie's cobra terror in Vietnam and for her fits of laughter at a Peruvian guinea pig farm.
In this episode, Julie travels to Switzerland, where an unmissable stop-off is a high-altitude gruyere farm.
In this episode, Julie travels to Portugal, where she finds the Portuguese art of cooking has been passed down intact from one generation to another.
In this episode, Julie travels to Northern Italy for a gourmet epic, full of spices and surprises. She explores the region of Emilia-Romagna, where the cuisine reflects the contrasts in landscape.
In this episode, Julie travels to London and gets initiated to the ritual of 'tea-time', gets to grips with jellied eels and discovers molecular cocktails - all rounded off by a traditional Sunday curry with an Indian family.
In this episode, Julie travels to Berlin, the home of the sausage. But don't think this is all that Berliners eat.
In this episode, Julie travels to the legendary destination of Saint-Tropez, a name synonymous with parties, petanque and pastries, above all the 'tropezienne' tart, so dear to Brigitte Bardot. This is the village of many faces, which balances luxury with tradition and jetsetters with backpackers.
In this episode, Julie travels to Norway. 25,000 kilometres of coastline, legendary fjords and salmon...lots of salmon: smoked, dried, marinated or salty - the Norwegians just love the stuff. Here, giant crab-fishing is a national sport.
In this episode, Julie travels to Lebanon. For a relatively small country, Lebanon boasts kilometres of coastline, snow-capped mountains and big fertile plains of vines and fruit trees. Olive, vine and wheat - it is here that you will find all the richness of the Mediterranean.
In this episode, Julie travels to the Big Apple. This is the city where hotdog vendors brush shoulders with Michelin star chefs and Chinese restaurants arise next to bagel shops. And then there are the eco-restaurants with Brooklyn roof gardens and greenhouses.
In this episode, Julie samples the multicoloured and multicultural cuisine of the so-called 'Rainbow Nation', including Dutch spicy sausages in Soweto, Indian fish curry on the Mozambique border and a sheep's head sandwich in the shantytowns of the Cape, all topped off with the famous South African red tea 'rooibos'.
Globetrotting French gourmet Julie Andrieu takes a culinary tour to some of the most scenic and interesting places on earth. Luxuriant vegetation, tiered paddy fields, heavenly beaches and a population known for their incredible kindness - that's Bali, the 'Island of the Gods'.
This episode takes the viewer on an unforgettable journey across the globe, revisiting some of Julie's most weird and wonderful encounters, including a cheeky peek behind the scenes of series 3.
n this episode Julie visits Rome, a city that has developed its famously rich culinary culture from the simplest of ingredients: offal, olive oil, tomato and, of course, pecorino romano! Julie takes a tour of the markets and learns how to make 'bucatinis alla matriciana' before she heads to a rural village for the Fettucine Festival, where she will help the locals make fresh pasta for over 400 guests.
From Lake Titicaca to the Sacred Valley, Julie immerses herself in a culture infused with secular traditions - some more appetising than others.
Globetrotting French gourmet Julie Andrieu takes a culinary tour to some of the most scenic and interesting places on earth. At the crossroads of two continents, Andalusian cuisine is defined by a historic diversity of influences. Julie searches for the secret behind the famous Iberian ham 'bellota' and enjoys chocolate churros up in the mountains.
Globetrotting French gourmet Julie Andrieu takes a culinary tour to some of the most scenic and interesting places on earth. Next stop: Vietnam. The cuisine here is characterised by finesse, lightness and an abundance of vegetables, aromatic herbs, and spices.
La Reunion has earned the nickname 'the Intense Isle' and Julie takes a 10 hour flight to find out why. She experiences the incredible hospitality of the locals first-hand, samples their sometimes surprising cuisine, shares a Sunday picnic, and meets one of the island's last 'herbalists'.
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