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French chef Gabriel Gaté presents Taste le Tour, a gastronomic journey following the route of the 2014 Tour de France. Join us from 8.30pm, Saturday 5 July and every night of our Tour De France coverage.

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Gabriel is back!

Join Gabriel Gaté on a gastronomic journey following the route of the epic Tour de France. Airs every night of the race, from Saturday July 5.

Cook along with Gabriel every night of the Tour, and search our backlog for recipes from previous series.

About the show

French chef Gabriel Gaté is back, for the 10th consecutive year, to present his delicious serve of Taste Le Tour, a gastronomic journey that follows the route of...
Fancy yourself to be a bit of a French chef? Try your hand at one of Gabriel’s 21 recipes. Upload a photo and share (ie boast) on social media.
Find out the people and places Gabriel visits for the best gourmet specialties of each region of the 21 stages of this amazing race.
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.

Taste le Tour 2014 recipes

Stage 1 – Leeds/Harrogate: Rhubarb fool is a great classic English family dessert that's easy to prepare and so delicious. The Yorkshire “rhubarb triangle” region...
Stage 2 – York/Sheffield: Fisherman's pie (or fish pie) is a great favourite with English families all over the country. There are many variations, some including...
Stage 3 – Cambridge/London: Steak and kidney casserole is one of my favourite classic winter English dishes, and it’s a beautiful recipe to save for the weekend....
Stage 4 – Le Touquet-Paris-Plage/Lille: The fish and seafood harvested from the cold waters of the English Channel are superb, and this scallop mousse is a very...
Stage 5 – Ypres/Arenburg Porte du Hainaut: A carbonnade is a meat-and-onion stew cooked in beer. Our recipe features rabbit, but it can also be made with beef or...
Stage 6 – Arras/Reims: The extraordinary sparkling wines of the Champagne region are famous and loved the world over. In cooking, these wines impart delicate...
Stage 7 – Epernay/Nancy: The charming town of Nancy has its own recipe for specialty chocolate cake, which is really easy to make at home and popular with all...
Stage 8 – Nancy/Gérardmer: This recipe for home-style tart is very popular with families from the Lorraine region. Quetsch plums are a popular variety to use in...
Stage 9 – Gérardmer/Mulhouse: The Alsatian people love pork meat and cabbage, and this recipe of cooked knuckles and braised cabbage – a superb winter warmer – is...
Stage 10 – Mulhouse/La Planche des Belles Filles: Alsace makes some of the most delicious fruit liqueurs in the world. I particularly like Pear Williams liqueur...
Stage 11 – Besançon/Oyonnax: This superb gourmet salad is made using two of my favourite French cow’s milk cheeses: morbier and comté. To complement the flavour...
Stage 12 – Bourg-en-Bresse/Saint Etienne: Beaujolais is a wonderfully fruity French red wine, and it marries so well with cooked cherries. This recipe is spiced...
Stage 13 – Saint Etienne/Chamrousse: The creamy, flavoursome Saint-Marcellin cheese is a really popular French soft cow’s milk variety and is much used in cooking...
Stage 14 – Grenoble to Risoul: The valley of the southern part of the Alps provides some of the best apples in France, and apple fritters are a really popular...
Stage 15 – Tallard/Nîmes: The lamb from the north of Provence, around the beautiful town of Sisteron, is known for being very flavoursome. It is superb served...

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