Taste le Tour 2019

Everything to enable your inner Francophile during Taste le Tour.

After almost five decades of cooking, Gabriel Gaté still walks the walk and talks the sweet talk. #TasteLeTour
These are the best restaurants in France, according to retiring Taste le Tour host, Gabriel Gaté.
A chicken retailing for up to $65/kg might seem crazy, but there’s nothing quite like the French Poulet de Bresse anywhere else in the world.
Don't know your Roquefort from your Bleu de Bresse? That's okay, your fromage education begins here.
From buckwheat to black gram flour, the crepe may have been brought to popular culture by the French, but takes many forms across the globe.

Recipes from the show

The Loire Valley, known as the garden of France, is dotted with magnificent royal castles. Gabriel discovers how the world famous Cointreau liqueur is made....
Gabriel is in the Limousin, renowned for its famous French breed of Limousin beef. He meets the top chef of Limoges and his butcher who tell him why the beef is...
The south-west region around Toulouse produces some very hearty food. Gabriel visits one of the oldest makers of Armagnac and enjoys a sip or two of the golden drop.
Stage 21, Créteil – Paris: In this final segment of Taste Le Tour for 2011, Gabriel pays a visit to the great Parisian Fauchon food store. Fauchon opened its...
Stage 20, Grenoble – Grenoble: Gabriel seeks out the specialities of this large Alpine town and visits a walnut grower and discovers why the walnuts of...
Stage 19, Modane – Alpe-D'Huez: Gabriel loves the food of the Alps, especially the cheeses. He meets a master affineur, Bernard Mure-Ravaud – a cheesemonger...
Gabriel visits the Italian town of Pinerolo and finds some wonderful local specialities. He tastes some delicious ice-cream and visits a gourmet take-away shop....
Stage 17, Gap – Pinerolo: Gabriel visits the outstanding market of Gap, which provides a snapshot of the food of the Alps. He tastes some local cheese and...
Stage 16, Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux – Gap: Gabriel loves the wine and food of sunny northern Provence, a region known for its beautiful olive oil, honey and...
Stage 15, Limoux – Montpellier: Gabriel explores the region of Languedoc-Roussillon and visits the popular port town of Sète. He is impressed with the...
Stage 14, Saint-Gaudens – Plateau de Beille: Gabriel marvels at the beauty of the Pyrenees and seeks out some local delicacies in the wonderful St. Girons...
Stage 13, Pau – Lourdes: For the first time ever, Gabriel visits the market of Pau, one of the best in the south-west Pyrenees region. He finds some...