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Seafood Feasts in Mallorca & Barcelona | Rick Stein's Mediterranean Escapes | BBC Documentary

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Seafood Feasts in Mallorca & Barcelona | Rick Stein's Mediterranean Escapes | BBC Documentary

From Corfu, Rick heads to the Spanish island of Mallorca, where he eats what he describes as the most succulent lamb he has ever tasted. Rick then travels to Barcelona's La Boqueria market of St Joseph, which he says is the best place to eat Catalan food.
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Episode 5 of Rick Stein's Mediterranean Escapes
Inspired by 'good food that stays in the memory for a long time, sometimes forever', Rick Stein journeys across the Mediterranean, visiting islands and places which radiate a vibrant sense of individuality through their spirit, history and food. From spices and perfumes to the lavish use of wine and herbs, Mediterranean food is a large culinary mosaic full of colour, taste and smell created by the Arabs, Greeks, Italians, Spanish and Turks. Join Rick as he travels from Corsica to Crete, straight through the very cradle of cooking in the western world.

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Bazaars and Baklava in Morocco & Turkey | Rick Stein's Mediterranean Escapes | BBC Documentary

In Morocco, Rick enjoys couscous and tucks into the tagines and mint tea found in the bazaars. His Mediterranean travels end in south-eastern Turkey, where he feasts on kebabs.
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Episode 6 of Rick Stein's Mediterranean Escapes
Inspired by 'good food that stays in the memory for a long time, sometimes forever', Rick Stein journeys across the Mediterranean, visiting islands and places which radiate a vibrant sense of individuality through their spirit, history and food. From spices and perfumes to the lavish use of wine and herbs, Mediterranean food is a large culinary mosaic full of colour, taste and smell created by the Arabs, Greeks, Italians, Spanish and Turks. Join Rick as he travels from Corsica to Crete, straight through the very cradle of cooking in the western world.

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Authentic Tastes of Sardinia & Sicily | Rick Stein's Mediterranean Escapes | BBC Documentary

In Sardinia, Rick watches as the local fishermen catch mullet using methods that date back to Ancient Roman times before boarding a ferry to Sicily. In Palermo, he finds one of the best pasta dishes he has ever tasted and pasta alla norma, with ricotta salata cheese from Catania on the east coast of Sicily.
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Episode 2 of Rick Stein's Mediterranean Escapes
Inspired by 'good food that stays in the memory for a long time, sometimes forever', Rick Stein journeys across the Mediterranean, visiting islands and places which radiate a vibrant sense of individuality through their spirit, history and food. From spices and perfumes to the lavish use of wine and herbs, Mediterranean food is a large culinary mosaic full of colour, taste and smell created by the Arabs, Greeks, Italians, Spanish and Turks. Join Rick as he travels from Corsica to Crete, straight through the very cradle of cooking in the western world.

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Rustic Dishes from Sicily & Puglia | Rick Stein's Mediterranean Escapes | BBC Documentary

Rick continues his travels in Sicily, enjoying the colours and ambience of Catania's busy fish market. He then travels to Puglia on Italy's mainland, where the local dishes have been influenced by centuries of poverty. Rick cooks Peas with onions, parma ham and olive oil, then gives his take on the fennel sausage recipe he tasted at a local restaurant.
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Episode 3 of Rick Stein's Mediterranean Escapes
Inspired by 'good food that stays in the memory for a long time, sometimes forever', Rick Stein journeys across the Mediterranean, visiting islands and places which radiate a vibrant sense of individuality through their spirit, history and food. From spices and perfumes to the lavish use of wine and herbs, Mediterranean food is a large culinary mosaic full of colour, taste and smell created by the Arabs, Greeks, Italians, Spanish and Turks. Join Rick as he travels from Corsica to Crete, straight through the very cradle of cooking in the western world.

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Culinary Wonders of Corsica & Sardinia | Rick Stein's Mediterranean Escapes | BBC Documentary

In the first episode of Rick Stein's Mediterranean Escapes, the chef travels to the beautiful islands to discover more of their mouth-watering recipes and traditions, a well as looking at how their cheese and sausages are made.
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Episode 1 of Rick Stein's Mediterranean Escape
Inspired by 'good food that stays in the memory for a long time, sometimes forever', Rick Stein journeys across the Mediterranean, visiting islands and places which radiate a vibrant sense of individuality through their spirit, history and food. From spices and perfumes to the lavish use of wine and herbs, Mediterranean food is a large culinary mosaic full of colour, taste and smell created by the Arabs, Greeks, Italians, Spanish and Turks. Join Rick as he travels from Corsica to Crete, straight through the very cradle of cooking in the western world.

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Rick Stein and the Japanese Ambassador | BBC Documentary

Rick spends one week visiting Japan's vibrant fish markets and island restaurants, aiming to master the art of cooking fish - Japanese-style.

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Madurai and Kerala | Rick Stein's India | BBC Documentary

Rick Stein arrives in the southern town of Madurai in Tamil Nadu - the land of temples. He samples the famous south Indian sambar before taking a road trip across the spice laden Western Ghats to the land of coconuts, Kerala. Rick cooks south India's favourite dessert, payasam, and a traditional Keralan pork curry.
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Rajasthan and Himachalpradesh | Rick Stein's India | BBC Documentary

Rick Stein arrives in the royal state of Rajasthan, the land of the kings, where he meets some serious meat eaters. He samples dishes such as Junglee Maas, a perfect combination of meat, chillies and spices. Then he travels to the state of Himachal Pradesh, nestled on the foothills of the Western Himalayas. Rick joins local nobility as they host a gathering in their home village and attains an audience with the Dalai Lama. He cooks a Biryani fit for a Rajput banquet and Rajma, a traditional bean dish from Himachal.
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Mallorca - Living the local life on the largest island of the Balearics

Cleaning woman island, concrete castles, Ballermann: Mallorca's image is negatively affected in some respects. The documentary explores the charm of the largest Balearic island beyond the hustle and bustle of tourism and Rambazamba.

The real Mallorca is best explored through real Majorcans: Manolo Barahona, TV fishing expert from the local island broadcaster IB3, faces the most difficult task of the year. The Raor is in season, the most expensive fish on the island. Manolo is supposed to get him first in front of the camera and then in the pan. There's only one catch, the little fish with the piranha teeth just doesn't want to be on TV.

In the first months of the year Mallorca turns into a sea of almond blossoms. There are around seven million almond trees on the island, once planted to replace dead vines. But now also the almond trees are threatened. The fire bacterium continues to spread, especially on the large plantations. The farmer Biel Torrens wants to save Mallorca's almond trees and fruit with a small organic plantation and gentle harvesting methods. He shakes the almonds from the tree by hand instead of using a mechanical vibrator.

Cap de Formentor is the northernmost point of Mallorca. The Mallorcans call it the meeting point of the winds. Stones have always played a very special role in this rocky and rough region. The famous stone throwers, the Foners, once fought for the armies of Rome and Carthage. The Foners of today only compete in sports competitions. Old master Diego Camuñas makes his own slingshots, braided from the fibres of the Agave.

Jaume Gual hangs again over the side of the patrol boat and looks into the tube. Caught: a false parker at sea! The motorboat tourist has anchored in the middle of a seagrass meadow. That gives a book reference and a hefty fine. Before Mallorca you will find the largest Neptune grass meadows in the Mediterranean area. They are considered the lungs of the sea and are endangered by ruthless tourists.

A few years ago Francisco Pizá Bordoy opened his beach bar near Ses Salines. Whoever runs such a chiringuito is also responsible for the entire beach operation. He has to employ lifeguards, keep the sand clean, set up sufficient toilets and of course loungers. In short: provide total relaxation for the guests. The beach entrepreneur himself can rarely relax, as he is a policeman in his main job. The lease contract for his beach section is limited in time. And the competition doesn't sleep.

Madurai and Lucknow | Rick Stein's India | BBC Documentary

Rick Stein visits a five-star hotel in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, employing local housewives for genuine home-cooked dishes and samples chettinad chicken, a dish inspired by spices brought back from both East and West by merchants. In Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, he meets India's first MasterChef winner, and Rick marks the end of his culinary journey with a small gathering of friends at his bungalow to reveal the outcome of his search for the perfect curry.
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Lucknow and Punjab | Rick Stein's India | BBC Documentary

Rick Stein arrives in the cultural city of Lucknow, reputed to be the curry capital of India and possibly the world. He explores this former Moghul stronghold in search for the best chicken korma and learns the complexities of making the perfect pulao. Further north in the Punjab, he observes the age-old process of making jaggery and is recruited as a guest judge to find Punjab's new 'Star Chef'

First aired: 2013

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Kolkata and Chennai | Rick Stein's India | BBC Documentary

Rick Stein begins his Indian journey by exploring the regions that began Britain's love affair with curry - Bengal and Tamil Nadu. Exploring the eating habits of these cities is the start of a fascinating trip for Rick, who is inspired to cook dishes like prawns in coconut milk and his mum's version of British Raj curry.

First aired: 2013

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Rick Stein's Tastes of the World | DVD Preview

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Cacciucco - A Family Favourite Fish Dish | Michela's Tuscan Kitchen | BBC Documentary

Michela samples the best of local produce, including Livorno's most famous fish dish cacciucco. She follows up her journey with balsamic glaze and flavoured oils, Chiappa fish stew and family favourite polenta, almond and orange cake.
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Michela's Tuscna Kitchen Episode 8
This stunning food travel series sees charismatic Italian cook Michela Chiappa take us round the foodie hotspots of Southern Italy and gives us the ultimate guide to this amazing cuisine. Michela explores the vibrant markets, buzzing street stalls and samples the ingredients, recipes and ways of eating, before heading into a kitchen to cook up a newly inspired three course meal.

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Rick Stein: Secret France host, 72, addresses weight gain as he speaks out on his health

Rick Stein recently travelled around France collating his favourite recipes for new six-part BBC Two offering, Secret France. The chef said he will often “put on a couple of kilos” during his programmes but “everything is still working” in regards to his general health. The 72-year-old said how he was unable to “leave” food that is cooked for him while on the road, which can lead to over-eating. Discussing his latest offering with the Radio Times, the restaurateur admitted his approach has changed over the years. “Everything is still working,” he said. “These days we’re all a bit more sensible. I tend to drink beer, so I’m not getting smashed. “I always put on a couple of kilos every time I film a programme.”  READ MORE Louise Minchin on 50th birthday decision: ‘My family weren't keen’  Rick went on to say it was due to not wanting to look rude as well as enjoyment when it comes to his fluctuating shape. He continued: “You can’t really tuck into a dish and then just leave it. Somebody has cooked it for you, so I inevitably end up eating too much. “The work is quite physical, but I suppose it’s not the healthiest.” The small screen favourite went on to recall his 2005 programme, French Odyssey, which saw him journey along inland waterways from Bordeaux to Marseilles.  He said: “We would get smashed in that first French series. Crikey, we used to drink a lot. “We were on this barge all the time, there was nowhere to go. I mean, normally if you’re travelling you can’t check into hotels straightaway, the gear has to be stowed away first.” Rick then added to the publication: “It’s very much less dangerous than being on one boat.” This evening viewers will see him enjoy a rustic dinner devoted to cheese, complete with eight dishes based on the much-loved food.  Meanwhile, it comes after Rick Stein spoke of his sadness on Twitter following the tragic death of a colleague of more than 30 years. He paid tribute to television director and producer David Pritchard in view of his 418,000 followers. The Padstow chef said he was “very sad” after being informed of the tragic news, describing his colleague as “remarkable”. Rick was soon inundated with support from a number of stars, including James Martin, Simon Rimmer and Saturday Kitchen’s Matt Tebbutt. Trending READ MORE Matt Baker: Countryfile star talks personal ‘struggle’  David, before teaming up with him, worked with Keith Floyd, who is considered by many as the first “celebrity” chef. He worked on the likes of Floyd on Fish, Seafood Odyssey and Rick Stein's Road to Mexico. Rick’s emotional words were accompanied by a snap of the pair together, where they were seen clinking two glasses of what appeared to be red wine.

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