He is joined by various culinary guests on the journey including The Hairy Bikers (Dave Myers and Simon King), Lawrence Keogh and Daniel Galmiche. Each episode combines mouthwatering recipes prepared at that day s campsite or by the beach with visits to places of interest including stunning markets for seafood and fresh Breton produce, a winery and a brewery, a goat s cheese factory, a local bakery, a strawberry farm and beautiful coastal oyster beds.
In the second series, James Martin returns to France for a trip to Champagne, an area he visited frequently as a child. Famous for its sparkling wine, Champagne is also a region with a rich heritage in food and history and some delightful scenery, which James explores in the company of fellow chefs Lawrence Keogh and Daniel Galmiche.
The episodes combine delicious recipes ably demonstrated by James and his guests with visits to various markets for local produce, a monastery distillery, a fromagerie and a celebrated champagne house as well as the chance to go truffle hunting. It's a truly sparkling culinary experience!
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James Martin's France [DVD]