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Join Gabriel Gaté on a gastronomic journey tracing the route of this year's Tour de France. Airs every night of the race, from Saturday 4 July.

This cycling season, French chef Gabriel Gaté is tracing the Tour de France's 21 stages throughout the Netherlands and France.

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French chef Gabriel Gaté is back, for the 11th consecutive year, to present his delicious serve of Taste Le Tour, a gastronomic journey that follows the route of...
Get all your Tour de France action on Cycling Central. Jump online for news, photo galleries and a live stream of the event. Starts Saturday 4 July, 2015
French chef and Tour de France culinary trekker Gabriel Gaté is back next month with the 11th series of Taste le Tour, kicking off 4 July, 2015.
Thinking of a sojourn in France? Here's a handy rundown of where to stop for an apéritif, an unoaked chablis or a grippy syrah.
Stage 1 – Utrecht/Utrecht: These delicious savoury tartlets feature the wonderful Dutch Gouda cheese, which is greatly underestimated. Served with a crisp green...
Stage 2 – Utrecht/Zélande: The cold waters of the North Sea are perfect for farming mussels, a favourite seafood for the Dutch. This dish makes a great appetiser...
Stage 3 – Anvers/Huy: Belgium is to fries what England is to fried fish. Dunked in mayonnaise, these potato bites are always a treat. It's useful to use an...
Stage 4 – Seraing/Cambrai: The north of France produces sugar from sugarbeets, so I thought it would be fitting to make a sweet dessert. And what better than a...
Stage 5 – Arras Communauté Urbaine/Amiens Métropole: The cold, fertile soil of Picardy is perfect for growing beetroots, and baby beetroots have become a gourmet...
Stage 6 – Abbeville/Le Havre: This lovely, yet simple, dish makes the most of the amazing seafood Normandy has to offer. If you can’t get blue eye, use a firm,...
Stage 7 – Livarot/Fougères: This classic French veal stew takes its name from the fact the meat is not browned prior to stewing, so the dish remains pale in...
Stage 8 – Rennes/Mûr-de-Bretagne: Brittany is regarded as the birthplace of these lovely delicate pancakes, so much so that every family in Brittany knows how to...
Stage 9 – Vannes/Plumelec: The scallops of Brittany are out of this world and this entrée is the perfect way to celebrate them. It’s essential you find the...
Stage 10 – Tarbes/La Pierre-Saint-Martin: This lovely dinner party entrée is delicious and so easy to prepare. I use two 10 cm PVC rings to mould the tartare, but...
Stage 11 – Pau/Cauterets - Vallée de Saint-Savin: This sweet tart, like a peach tart tatin, is perfect in summer when the peaches are ripe and delicious. With so...
Stage 12 – Lannemezan/Plateau de Beille: This classic French lamb stew from Normandy uses pieces of boneless lamb shoulder, but you could use lamb neck if you...
Stage 13 – Muret/Rodez: This is a lovely soup to add to your repertoire of dinner party entrées. If you can’t find Roquefort cheese, use another strong blue...
Stage 14 – Rodez/Mende: This hearty winter beef casserole is delicious and a superb match with a full-bodied shiraz. It may take a few hours in the oven, but that...
Stage 15 – Mende/Valence: This Valrhona chocolate dessert with glacé chestnuts is out of this world. Served with raspberries, it's a perfect match! If you can’t...

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