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Malaya travels to the three regions in Nunavut to meet Inuit who share their favourite fish recipes – from popcorn fish in Yellowknife, baked arctic char with mayonnaise in Baker Lake and broccoli char chowder in Iqaluit.
CNN takes you on a Culinary Journey with two Michelin-star chef Shinobu Namae to discover how Japan's rich history of hospitality is simply a way of life. One of the traditions at the heart of Japanese hospitality is the tea ceremony.
Asia is home to the world's four major religions; one of them, Islam. United in their worship of Allah, in this program we learn of another way they are united; Food which embodies Islam. From the desserts of Iran to Bhiriyani of India, and Indonesia, we see a variety of Muslim cuisines throughout Asia.
New Orleans is known for being one of the most vibrant food cities in America, thanks in part to the Vietnamese community's culinary contributions. Alongside Peter Nguyen and Tung Nguyen, Marcus sees how young chefs are taking culinary traditions and translating them for a new, multicultural generation.
After a quick switch from the construction industry to the kitchen, South African chef Reuben Riffel built an impressive reputation at his harbour-front restaurant, Reuben's at One & Only, before becoming one of the most recognisable faces in the country.