French Food Safari opens with a tour of the world's largest wholesale produce market, Rungis, on the outskirts of Paris.
Maeve and Guillaume journey underground to the secret bakery of one of the great Parisian bakers.
In this episode, we explore the delicious, relaxed, inexpensive style of eating at the bistro – a tradition that's been popular for hundreds of years.
Maeve and Guillaume travel to the mountainous Ardeche region of France to meet artisan goat cheese maker Jérôme Herphelin and his happy herd of goats.
In this episode, we travel to Lyon and get swept up in the fun of eating in the local bouchons – relaxed eating houses which have existed for hundreds of years, starting as canteens for the local silk factory workers.
French Food Safari spends a delightful day in a small French village in the Ardeche with top selling cookbook author Stephane Reynaud.
French Food Safari experiences the thrill of the hunt amongst the oak trees of Perigord.
French Food Safari gets the lowdown on how a top-class kitchen works by joining Guillaume Brahimi for a busy night at his restaurant.
French Food Safari is taken on a tour of one of the top Parisienne kitchens with three Michelin-starred chef Guy Savoy, who cooks up some of his signature dishes for Maeve and Guillaume.