America's noted chefs demonstrate their culinary techniques.
Sat., May 28, 2016
Joachim Splichal; Jacques Torres
Joachim Splichal prepares potato-chanterelle lasagna and New York chef Jacques Torres makes chocolate soup. Host: Julia Child.
'21' Club chef Michael Lomonaco forms a mixed game grill with quail, venison and more.
Chicago restaurateur Charlie Trotter creates a scallop entree and a fruity sorbet dessert.
Chef Daniel Boulud of New York, N.Y. roasts veal chops and makes sweetbreads.
Madhur Jaffrey prepares shrimp in a spicy coconut sauce and basmati rice with dill.
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