When it comes to food markets in a new city, Joanne is always on the hunt! Follow her early morning trek to the lively Central Market in Budapest in search of the perfect fresh white asparagus. Back on the Danube River, Joanne has fun in the kitchen with the ingredients she's found along the way. Recipes: Chicken Paprikash; White Asparagus Salad Gribiche; Danube 75.
Joanne is having a love affair,-- in Italy with tomatoes! Join her and take in the bounty of the Italian tomato harvest in Parma, Italy. Then cook up a classic lasagna along with her chef friend, Alaria. Joanne brings a bit of Italy back home and cooks up some unique and delicious tomato dishes. Recipes: Lasagna di Alaria; Tomato Risotto; Upside-down Heirloom Tomato Cake.
Greek small plates, or meze, are very much a part of Greek life. Join Joanne as she wanders the busy streets of Hermoupolis, the capital of the Greek island of Syros, shopping for the best local ingredients to prepare a few meze dishes. Then head back to the outdoor kitchen for a cooking class overlooking the Aegean Sea. Recipes: Saganaki; Rolled Grape Leaves; Htipiti- Spicy Feta with yogurt and paprika; Tzatziki.
Joanne takes us on a shopping spree for beans in the Spanish Basque Country and on the Greek island of Syros. Meet her delightful Spanish friend as she makes her coveted pot of the most succulent beans. Inspired by her Mediterranean travels, Joanne shares her own versatile and satisfying bean recipes. Recipes: Beans with Chorizo and Morcilla; Joanne's Gigantes; Grilled Bread with Beans & Greens.
Come along with Joanne to Northern Spain and find out what makes the prized Tempranillo grape so unique. Savor wine and lamb chops grilled in the fireplace at Rioja Alta Winery and later, visit La Vieja Bodega's ancient wine cellar. Back in Joanne's kitchen, she'll whip up some dishes inspired by her time in Spain. Recipes: Lamb chops; Tuna-Stuffed Piquillo Peppers; Allioli; Olive and Red Wine Flatbread; Red Wine Granita.
This is no ordinary picnic! Joanne and her Greek friend, Elias, share a rustic picnic as they pluck sea urchin directly from the Aegean, douse them with fruity virgin olive oil and the juice of tomato and enjoy them in the summer sun on the Greek island of Syros. Then, head back to Joanne's kitchen to cook up a few recipes that will inspire you to grab your picnic basket. Recipes: Santorini favas with capers and preserved lemons; Savory pie with chicken, greens, feta, dill and mint; Labne Layered in a Jar with Honey-Poached Figs and Salted Pistachios.
Come along and meet the renowned Chef Massimo Spigaroli, who makes one of the most coveted and revered cured hams in the world. Share an insider's tour of the farm, restaurant and the esteemed cellar at Antica Corte Pallavicina. Back at home, in honor of everything Italian, Joanne creates a modern Italian dinner board perfect for a family dinner. Recipes: Porchetta Meatballs; Black Rice and Arugula Pesto Salad; Balsamic Tomato Dipping Sauce.
Joanne and her students take a class with Chef Popi who shares her secrets on making her specialty, classic moussaka, on the Greek island of Syros. While the moussaka is in the oven, the group take a walk in the majestic hills above the city. Joanne brings it home and shows off a few of the cooking tricks and techniques she learned from her Greek travels. Recipes: Moussaka; Purslane and Herb Salad; Greek Yogurt Baklava Soft Serve.
Today Joanne makes a b-line to visit the incomparable Budapest Central Market in search of paprika, the spice Budapest is most famous for. She'll also take you on a little tour of this beautiful city and then it's back in her San Francisco kitchen to cook some traditional, and not so traditional, Hungarian-inspired dishes. Recipes: Hungarian Goulash; Pull-Apart Seeded Bread Wreath; Smoked Paprika Butter.
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