Michelin-starred chef Guy Martin presents iconic products associated with France and provides an overview of the experts who work with them. An encounter with passionate food lovers without whom French cuisine would not be what it is today.

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Episode 23 May, 28 2019 11:30 am
Milly-la-Forêt peppermint and honey from the Gâtinais In the Gâtinais regional park, in Essonne, Alain Bosc Bierne is the last surviving grower of peppermint in Milly-la-Forêt. Thierry and Camille Sergent are also enthusiastic champions of local flavours making the famous Gâtinais honey that they invite visitors to discover. On the menu: melon and honey vinaigrette. Presented by: Guy Martin.
Episode 24 Jun, 04 2019 11:30 am
Gherkins and Chablis from the Auxerre region Vincent Dampt is a winegrower in the Auxerrois, the very heart of Burgundy, where he produces one of the most famous French white wines: Chablis. Henri Jeannequin and his father Florent are amongst the last gherkin producers in France. Guy Martin proposes a menu of Chablis-marinated gherkins and salad. Presented by: Guy Martin.
Episode 25 Jun, 11 2019 11:30 am
Green Le Puy lentils and Velay artison cheese Velay is a region where dairy and cereal farming are often combined. Keen to maintain a tradition that dates back to time immemorial Jean-François Béraud grows green Le Puy lentils. Marie Chapuis raises Holstein dairy cattle, using their milk to make a little-known cheese called "artison" or "artisous". Presented by: Guy Martin.