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Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef

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For the adventurous cook, squab is dark and richly flavored, while also tender and delicate to eat. Chef Keller makes squab with a savory veal filling and aromatic sauce. Dessert is a heavenly tartlet, perfumed with orange and lavender. Marinated Squab Breasts en Crepinettes with Juniper and Red Wine Sauce; Orange Tartlets with Lavender Meringue.

From Chef Keller's classic repertoire comes Coq au Vin, the signature dish of many French bistros which is braised in rich red wine along with mushrooms and onions. Dessert is another classic: a Mille-feuille (Napoleon) layered with pastry cream, berries, and some delicate puff pastry. Coq au Vin; Mille-feuille (Napoleon).

Many people love eating duck confit with its super succulent texture and flavor, but never tried to make it. Chef Keller shows us how to make it step-by-step at home and then uses the meat to create a beautiful terrine. Duck Confit; Duck and Pork Terrine with Pistachios.

Chef Keller is making pork rillette, a delicious pate or meat spread found in nearly every French home. The second recipe is a unique lasagna made with tender, succulent short rib meat. For dessert, he is showing a way to make meringue in minutes. Pork Rillette, Braised Short Rib Lasagna, & Floating Island Meringues with Creme Anglaise.

Chef Keller shows how to pack lots of punch and great flavors into small plates with three popular dishes from his restaurant, Fleur. Tuna Tacos; Slow-Cooked Smoky Baby Ribs; Beef Tartare.

Alsatian favorites are on the menu today, including the Salad Vigneronne, a robust and refreshing salad found throughout the region. Then Chef Keller makes the Alsatian version of pizza, a Tarte Flambe with its creamy, rich topping and cracker-thin crust. Salad Vigneronne; Traditional Tarte Flambe and Variations.

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