The Menu

Anissa Helou

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13 July 2018

Episode 352

30 minutes

World-renowned writer and chef Anissa Helou’s look into the food culture of the Islamic world, how Brazilian acai berries became a global nutrient phenomenon, plus a little-known wine region in Portugal that deserves more attention.

13 July 2018

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Chapter 1

Anissa Helou

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Having recently released her latest cookbook, ‘Feast: Food of the Islamic World’, Helou tells us how she became one of the world’s best-known food writers.

6 minutes

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The Basque World Culinary prize

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Monocle’s Ed Stocker and Joxe Mari Aizega of the Basque Culinary Centre on how great chefs can bring about social or economic change.

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Sambazon

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Ryan Black is the co-founder of Sambazon, a company hand-harvesting Acai berries in Brazil. He tells us what it took to make the berries a global phenomenon.

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Casal Santa Maria

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Monocle’s Ivan Carvalho reports from a little-known wine region in Portugal that deserves more attention.

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