Rick Stein's Spain
Rick Stein's Spain is a four-part television series hosted by English celebrity chef Rick Stein, taking us on a culinary tour of Spain. Rick Stein begins his culinary tour in Galicia on the Atlantic coast. He drives an old camper van, the perfect vehicle to discover places off the beaten track, to sample the classic dishes of rural Spain. He continues to journey eastwards towards the Mediterranean, and then heads for La Mancha, the hot, dry heart of Spain. After visiting the little known region of Extremadura, Rick finishes his journey in Seville, Andalucia. It is a journey through Spain, laced with history, literature, culture and delicious food.
Episode 1 - Galicia to Basque country
Rick Stein begins his culinary tour in Galicia on the Atlantic coast. He drives an old camper van, the perfect vehicle to discover places off the beaten track, to sample the classic dishes of rural Spain.
Episode 2 - Basque country to Catalonia
Rick continues his journey in the old camper van from the Basque country on the Atlantic coast, to journey eastwards towards the Mediterranean, sampling great dishes and good hospitality along the way.
Episode 3 - Catalonia to La Mancha
Rick and his old but trusty camper van head for the land of El Cid, with its classic landscape of castles and vast plains. Then it's off to La Mancha, the hot, dry heart of Spain, famous for its rustic dishes and wine.
Episode 4 - Extremadura to Andalucia
Rick heads for the Extremadura region, famous for pimenton and Spain's most celebrated ham, Iberico. In his old camper van he drives south to Spain's most romantic city, Seville, the home of tapas and flamenco.
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