The Rich Tradition: Bonus episode "Home from the Sea"

 

 

The episode starts with the fishing boats returning to harbour and unloading their catch. Elisabeth then joins a fisherman's family to follow the preparation and share their fish tagine. Visits to the market, to the harvesting of olives and seeing how families make their bread and have it baked in the communal oven follow … couscous being made by hand, steamed over a stew of lamb and vegetables forms another family meal. More markets and street food, mint tea … the episode brings out the rich culinary and cultural traditions of Morocco

 

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In Revisiting "The Rich Tradition", Elisabeth Luard gives an updated introduction to the video series based on European Peasant Cookery. Other episodes in The Rich Tradition include: the Island of Mull; Andalucia in southern SpainThe Ruthines of Slovakia; Mediterranean Seafood; Provence in FranceHollandSwedenSlovakia; the Black Forest in GermanyHungary; Friuli in Italy; Cork in Ireland; and Lent and Easter in Eastern Europe.

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Elisabeth Luard reads an extract from European Peasant Cookery, her book on which "The Rich Tradition" was based.

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