Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking
This series takes viewers on a culinary journey with host Pete Evans, Australia's top celebrity chef, and America's most innovative food artisans. Each episode features a pop-up feast in settings from California's wine country to the bustling skyline of NYC, where Pete and local chefs source the finest ingredients and work against the clock to prepare a multi-course menu for a ravenous group of foodies. Viewers watch as diners sit down to enjoy these spectacular meals hosted in some of the most unlikely places.
San Antonio, Texas (#306H) Duration: 26:46 STEREO TVG
On this episode of Movable Feast with Fine Cookin, host Pete Evans joins "Rising Star Chef" Jason Dady and chef Diana Barrios Trevino in San Antonio for a Tex-Mex feast. Their first stop is the Sanitary Tortilla Company, supplier of tortillas to over 85 restaurants across Texas, for some handmade tortillas. Next Pete and Diana visit Bending Branch Winery to select some local wines for their meal. For dinner, Jason cooks up a roasted chile salsa while Diana prepares her fresh salsa and one of the main dishes - puffy chicken tacos with a side of classic rice and beans. Jason's main dish is beef fajitas with tomatillo-walnut mole, pickled pepperonata, and fresh tortillas. For dessert, Chef Jason prepares a delicious wood-fired strawberry crostata with ice cream.
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Millstone Farm, CT: Chefs Jacques Pepin, Bill Taibe and Tim LaBant (#103H) Duration: 25:45 STEREO TVG
Connecticut's pastoral Millstone Farm is the location for this episode's pop-up feast with famed Connecticut chefs Jacques Pepin, Bill Taibe, and Tim LaBant. With Tropical Storm Andrea as the backdrop, host Pete Evans and our three chefs decide on a menu featuring some of this farm's best, fresh ingredients. Internationally recognized French chef Jacques Pepin gathers local heritage eggs and scrambles up a quick egg dish served in lettuce cups. Chef Bill Taibe offers up a slow-roasted pork shoulder, and Tim LaBant gathers local baby turnips and greens for his phenomenal and unexpected fennel fritter salad.