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Tortilla Soup

August 24, 2001

A Mexican-American master chef and father to three daughters has lost his taste for food but not for life.

Take a tip or two from the masters of cooking as host Martha Stewart invites a variety of top chefs into her kitchen to whip-up a delectable array of tasty treats in this release that covers the gamut of international cuisine. It's a culinary world tour as Stewart is joined by chef Bobby Flay for such American fare as oven-roasted ribs, Mario Batali for the old-Italian standard spaghetti alla Carbonera, Daniel Boulud for the French favorite Cote de Bouef, Jose Hurtado for some tasty Mexican calamari, and Eileen Yin-Fei Lo for some truly picture-perfect pork buns. With all this and much, much, more, home viewers will finally have a chance to learn from the best as they create masterful meals that the whole family will enjoy.

Well before many chefs of his generation, Michel Troisgros hit on culinary practice and culture which today lie at the heart of world gastronomy. Refusing to bend to fashion, his cuisine is unrestrained and personal, bright and cheerful, making the world-renowned Maison Troisgros resolutely modern even four decades after its inception. This tasty yet minimalist cuisine is echoed in Paul Lacoste's meticulous direction, where the handsome lighting and smart photography make the film a pure delicacy.

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