By Bill & Barbara Southworth
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Something Cooking visits chefs in out of the way places throughout North America. Great chefs in unique places share their favorite recipes. Have Cod Cheeks and Scrunchions for a picnic in Newfoundland, try Basil Crème Brûlée in Montreal, and maybe a lobster treat on the New Hampshire seacoast. Every week a there's another chef sharing the secrets of the best new restaurants.
|1||VideoClassic Paella at the Black Trumpet Portsmouth NH||Classic Paella at the Black Trumpet Portsmouth NH||11/15/07||Free||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoAnnual Wild Mushroom Festival in the Forests of Quebec||Chef Nancy Hinton prepares wild mushroom ice cream||11/12/07||Free||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoA Low Sugar Dessert from Montreal's Top Young Pastry Chef||Patrice Demers is frequently lauded as one of Canada's most brilliant young chefs. One accurate description says that Demers "perpetuates his propensity for unheard of combinations in his desserts: contrasting textures and flavours that never clash."||10/30/07||Free||View In iTunes|
|4||VideoMontreal, Quebec - Top Chefs Duel to be Favorite Chef||Chefs duel for attention in one of Montreal's hot new restaurants.||10/30/07||Free||View In iTunes|
|5||VideoLighthouse Picnic in Ferryland, Newfoundland||A gourmet picnic at North America's most easterly restaurant.||10/18/07||Free||View In iTunes|
|6||VideoCod Cheeks and Bacon in St. Johns, Newfoundland||In North America's oldest city, Chef Mark McCrowe prepares a Newfoundland traditional dish with a modern flair. Cod cheeks and bacon appetizer at St. Johns' Aqua restaurant.||10/4/07||Free||View In iTunes|
|7||VideoCrème Brûlée at Montreal's Bleu Raisin||Our Montreal host Nancy Hinton visits chef Fredic Mey at Montreal's Le Raisin Bleu restaurant. Chef Mey prepares Crème Brûlée seasoned with lemon and basil.||10/3/07||Free||View In iTunes|
|8||VideoMoulard Duck in a Hidden New England Hot Spot||One of New Englands hottest new restaurants tucked away in the historic Strawbery Banke district of Portsmouth, NH.||9/28/07||Free||View In iTunes|
|9||VideoA Filet Mignon with a North African Touch||A Filet Mignon with a North African Touch||9/18/07||Free||View In iTunes|
|10||VideoConfit of Duck Risotto at Bonta in Hampton, NH.||Confit of Duck Risotto at Bonta in Hampton, NH.||9/13/07||Free||View In iTunes|
|11||VideoNew England Mussels at Jumpin' Jays Fish Cafe||New England Mussels at Jumpin' Jays Fish Cafe||8/17/07||Free||View In iTunes|
|12||VideoA Perfect Whole Fish Baked in a Hard Shell of Salt||Chef James Walter at restaurant Pesce Blue in Portsmouth, NH, prepares salt encrusted Bronzini.||8/10/07||Free||View In iTunes|
|13||VideoSoft Shelled Crab in Portsmouth, NH||Something Cooking host Chris Gansburg joins Executive Chef Jethro Morley of Restaurante Massimo in Portsmouth NH, as the chef prepares soft shelled crab.||7/21/07||Free||View In iTunes|
|14||VideoPorcini Encrusted Filet at Rudi's Portsmouth||Something Cooking host Chris Gansburg joins Chef Dan Deltry of Rudi's in Portsmouth NH, an American style bistro with a continental flair, as the chef prepares porcini encrusted filet mignon.||7/20/07||Free||View In iTunes|
This was an amazing podcast with really really great recipies cooked on the spot by the great chefs that created the dish from their very own resteraunts from all over N.A. The production was good, and it was a good length. The last podcast was almost a year ago. So dissapointing. If they ever could it'd be great to see it come back to life.