Jacques Pepin: Fast Food My Way

JACQUES' FAVORITES

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Culinary icon Jacques Pepin returns with a new line-up of healthy, home-cooked meals in JACQUES PEPIN: MORE FAST FOOD MY WAY. This season, Pepin creates nearly 100 delicious recipes for every occasion from a light snack to an elegant dinner using readily available fresh foods, supermarket staples and simple techniques. Taking inspiration from around the world, Pepin's lamb stew, paella and Tibetan bread incorporate Asian, Latin American and diverse European influences, including his classic French background. Each episode contains four or more dishes, including minute-long recipes for croque monsieur tidbits, an instant red-pepper dip or butter bean canapes, along with Jacques' valuable tips and techniques.
 

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