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  • Episode 1: Tennessee

  • Blackberry Farm, a luxury inn in the Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee, allows its guests to participate in the workings of a real farm.

  • Episode 2: Seattle

  • Gourmet editor-in-chief Ruth Reichl arrives in Seattle for the opening of the Copper River salmon season.

  • Episode 3: Mexico

  • They meet up with Magda Bogin of Cocinar Mexicano to visit a nopal farm, cook cilantro soup and squash blossom tamales, make fresh tortillas, and use an olotera, a traditional corn threshing tool.

  • Episode 4: Venice

  • Gourmet editor-in-chief Ruth Reichl and actor Dianne Wiest learn about Venetian gastronomy with Countess Enrica Rocca. They go to the Rialto Market, visit a spice shop and a produce farm, and then cook up a meal in the Countesss 19th century palazzo.

  • Episode 5: England

  • They visit some of Baths culinary artisans to learn the dairy and milling traditions, and then sit down to a mouthwatering meal showcasing Bertinets culinary masterpieces.

  • Episode 6: Morocco

  • They travel into the Atlas Mountains to a traditional Berber village, learn from local chefs how to make couscous and Moroccan breads, and cook classic dishes like chicken pastilla and tagine.

  • Episode 7: Brazil

  • Editors and food writers Ruth Reichl and Doc Willoughby arrive in Paraty, a village halfway between Rio de Janiero and Sao Paolo. They meet up with Yara Roberts, an internationally renowned chef and author, who runs a cooking school.

  • Episode 8: Laos

  • With chef and owners Joy Ngueamboupha and Caroline Gaylard, Ruth visits Phosy Market, tastes sticky rice and a local chili paste called jeow.

  • Episode 9: China

  • Editor and food writer Ruth Reichl and chef Dean Fearing arrive in Yangshuo, in southern China. They meet up with Kelly Huang and Leo Wu, talented local chefs at the Yangshuo Cooking School.

  • Episode 10: India In New York

  • Julie, a renowned authority on Indian cooking, takes them through Jackson Heights, a neighborhood sometimes called "Little India."

  • Episode 15: England

  • They visit some of Baths culinary artisans to learn the dairy and milling traditions, and then sit down to a mouthwatering meal showcasing Bertinets culinary masterpieces.

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