Food Traditions With Emmanuel Mollois
Part 23 Of Poh's KitchenStreaming Video - 2013
In this episode of Poh's Kitchen, it's all about food traditions from the ancient city of Peking, now Beijing, and the French countryside - yet it comes down not only to recipes and cooking methods but also to how they're eaten, for that guarantee of taste combinations which are perfectly balanced and an honor to experience. When Poh finds that Emmanuel, whose passion is food history, has never had the full Peking duck banquet experience, she treats him to the 600-year-old tradition that's still practiced today. From the expert preparation of the duck by chef Chan, to the white-gloved waiter who carves at the table, to the full three courses - prepared first from the duck skin, then from the duck meat, and finally the bones cooked in a delicate broth - this is a food tradition that's exciting for Poh.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, , c2010
Characteristics: 1 streaming video file (30 min.) :,sd., col