Raymond Blanc explores French produce and cuisine. Raymond visits Burgundy where he picks grapes, eats 3 Michelin star snails, and is tempted back to the simple life.
Raymond Blanc is Britain's most famous French chef, yet he has never cooked professionally in France. Forty years after leaving, Raymond is going back to show us the country he loves so much and the French recipes that have inspired him. In each episode he takes over a restaurant for one night only and cooks a feast inspired by that region's food.
Raymond goes to Burgundy, an unmissable destination for fine food and wine lovers, where he picks the best grapes, eats 3 Michelin star snails, and is tempted back to the simple life of a rustic farmhouse where he cooks a feast made up of his versions of Burgundy's favourite dishes.