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Published on Aug 17, 2019
In Sardinia, Rick watches as the local fishermen catch mullet using methods that date back to Ancient Roman times before boarding a ferry to Sicily. In Palermo, he finds one of the best pasta dishes he has ever tasted and pasta alla norma, with ricotta salata cheese from Catania on the east coast of Sicily. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCDocs
Episode 2 of Rick Stein's Mediterranean Escapes Inspired by 'good food that stays in the memory for a long time, sometimes forever', Rick Stein journeys across the Mediterranean, visiting islands and places which radiate a vibrant sense of individuality through their spirit, history and food. From spices and perfumes to the lavish use of wine and herbs, Mediterranean food is a large culinary mosaic full of colour, taste and smell created by the Arabs, Greeks, Italians, Spanish and Turks. Join Rick as he travels from Corsica to Crete, straight through the very cradle of cooking in the western world.
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