Taste le Tour 2014 - Gabriel Gate and the Tour de France collection
Experience all of Gabriel Gate's amazing Taste le Tour episodes from the 2014 Tour de France. Gabriel, as always, doesn't disappoint with his gastronomic journey around the food capital of the world. These short videos capture the true essence of French cuisine and offer up a delight of recipes to try at home.
Taste Le Tour 2014, Happy Days! Its on again! Taste Le Tour! No not the Tour De France, this is far more exciting. 🙂 Gabriel Gate is back with his exciting short videos from around the stages of the great race, Le Tour De France, Gabriel brilliantly exposes regional cuisine and food hist...
Fish Pie; When in Rome... Of course Gabriel has to get into the local Fish and Chips when in Britain, and they look great. In this episode Gabriel Gate is in Yorkshire! He also shows us an old classic, the Fish Pie, I havn t seen smoked cod in years; ever since my father used to cook it for br...
Check out the aged beef at this great little butcher Gabriel visits, not to mention some amazing cheeses. This is a great episode of Taste le Tour, but I must admit, I m excited that we are heading into France from tonight. 🙂 Today s recipe is an old classic, Steak and Kidney casserole.
Gabriel cooks some Rabbit in this episode. I think I can safely say this is by far the best recipe he has done to date! I will definately be giving this a go, Rabbit and Beer! a match made in heaven. Enjoy. <iframe src=http://www.sbs.com.
Getting thirsty? You should, Gabriel is now in the heart of Champagne (no explanation needed!). I will have to retract my comments from yesterdays Taste le Tour episode as I think now we are seeing one pf the best dishes to date! and easy! this dish is childs play.
We all know I m not a fan of sweet dishes, but Ill cut a little slack as Gabriel does another sweet dish. This chocolate cake certainly holds its own, and looks like its worth a try; even for the non sweet eaters like me. <iframe src=http://www.sbs.com.
Real men don t eat quiche! or do they? In this episode Gabriel visits a local cheese producer in the Lorraine region; a great insight into the work behind the scenes of a small boutique operation. Although today s recipe is another sweet dish, it highlights the region.
Jambonneau Braise aux Choux; Gabriel is in the Alsace region and cooks up some pork! Who doesn t like pig? Mmmm. This is a very simple dish, although with the qty of cabbage involved I dare say things may get a little grim afterwards 😉 <iframe src=http://www.sbs.com.
Gratin de Fruits; OK, back to the sweets. still looks ok though, and while in Alsace it makes sense I suppose. 🙂 <iframe src=http://www.sbs.com.au/ondemand/video/single/294948419836/taste-le-tour-2014-ep10-mulhouse-to-la-planche-des-belles-filles width=580 height=396 type=appl...
Salade Gourmonde; HELLO! I love a good salad, especially a French salade. This cheese salad is a ripper, so easy to make and a perfect starter to any meal. So be sure to give it a go, obviously you may struggle to get these cheeses but you will certainly come close.
Soupe aux Cerises au Beaujolais; Ok, we are onto another sweet, but on the positive it uses wine. 🙂 so might just be worth a try. More importantly, how good did that cheeky little Beaujolais look. Love the Gamay too. <iframe src=http://www.sbs.com.
Flan de Courgettes au Saint Marcellin; Well its no secret I m not a fan of vegetarian food, but here is a perfect entree for any dinner party, flavorsome, easy and impressive. Give this a go for sure, especially when zucchini is in season! <iframe src=http://www.sbs.com.
Filet D Agneau Roti aux Olives et Poivrons; Now this is the business! Lamb loins! It doesnt get any better than this. This recipe is on the top of my list, of course after I mortgage the house to be able to aford lamb (at these current prices. lol).
Financiers aux Amandes et abricots; Ok Gabriel, enough of the deserts, I would have loved to have seen the cassoulet that you showed in this episode. Maybe I m a little biased to savoury...
Taste Le Tour 2014 Ep17 - Saint-Gaudens To Saint-Lary-Soulan Grantinee a la Tomme des Pryrenees; Is soup a meal? That age old question. Well I personally dont think so, but a hearty French Onion soup like this certainly can call itself a meal. I challenge anyone to not enjoy a French Onion Soup.
Tarte aux Pruneaux et Raisons secs; Arrhhh, More desserts. lol, oh well, it makes sense so why not. To be fair, this would be quite a savory tart and would go brilliantly with the a crisp Riesling. So probably worth a go for a bit of arvo tea!
Cailles aux Raisons et aux Marrons; This is the business, it doesn't get anymore French or easy. I love quail, and this is a great way to prepare the bird. Simple while creating a "chefy" presentation. Definitely on the list to cook! Chef Gabriel Gaté loves the town of Bergerac in the Dordogne region.