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142 4 Jul 2014
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A San Francisco special: Alice Waters, mother of the farm-to-table movement, takes a look at how technology might change the way you dine. We also visit Double 8 Dairy, the only producer of water-buffalo milk gelato in the whole of the US, and get recommendations for the best Californian wines.

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141 27 Jun 2014
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A visit to Helsinki to hear how the Old Market Hall is bringing a new dimension to the city’s food scene. We also check out pop-ups in London celebrating the World Cup and meet Mansour Ourasanah, who wants to encourage everyone to farm grasshoppers in their kitchens.

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140 20 Jun 2014
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We are in Tokyo to visit the Norwegian Fuglen coffeehouse that has just opened a new roastery, we also meet the youngest head chef in the UK, Luke Thomas, and hear how the city of Nablus is attempting to become the Palestinian food capital.

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139 13 Jun 2014
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New Orleans special: we meet some of New Orleans’ greatest culinary figures to learn what makes the city’s food unique, including a visit to Peche Seafood Grill. Plus, we speak to the founders of Dinner Lab: a company that turns supper clubs into testing grounds for different food and restaurant concepts.

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138 6 Jun 2014
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We test a Brooklyn supper club on wheels, find out what the workers themselves eat at some of the world’s top restaurants and speak to the founders of the James Beard Foundation’s publication of the year, ‘Civil Eats’.

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137 30 May 2014
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We visit Copenhagen where a new street-food market is giving an instant upgrade to the food you can get from a truck, we also speak to New York’s most famous pastry chef Dominique Ansel, and meet author and photographer Jean–Pierre Gabriel to talk Thai cuisine.

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136 23 May 2014
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A round-up from Australia’s largest coffee convention in Melbourne, we compare how caviar produced in Brazil measures up to its Russian counterpart, and find out how a new Norwegian design might change the way you taste your soup.

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135 16 May 2014
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Two-Michelin-starred chef Jean-Pierre Jacob shares some of his cooking secrets. Another top French chef, Daniel Galmiche, tells us about his plans to revolutionise the kitchens of his home country and food writer James Steen explains some of the most surprising food and drink facts.

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134 9 May 2014
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Richard Johnson, founder of the British Street Food awards, tells us why the UK is leading the way. We’re also be dining with strangers at a pop-up in Brooklyn – and cook, author and broadcaster Thomasina Miers gives us a lesson or two on how to get the most out of chilli peppers.

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133 2 May 2014
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Why San Francisco is getting so excited about artisanal toast, we visit a 3D-printing café in Barcelona, and meet one of the UK’s most prominent Indian chefs, Mehernosh Mody.

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132 25 Apr 2014
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We meet chef and author Michael Gibney whose book ‘Sous Chef’ reveals what really happens in restaurant kitchens. We also visit one of the oldest tofu makers in Kyoto, and find out what is new and noteworthy in Armenian cuisine.

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131 18 Apr 2014
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We head to Northern Chile to find out why more fish is being eaten now than at any other time of the year, meet top Australian food author Donna Hay, and Tony Conigliaro – one of the world’s most celebrated drink developers – tells all about his latest project.

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