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Orta's response was to persuade a famous chef to turn the leftover food into a gastronomic feast and invite passers-by to eat it.
Glorious wrap-around balcony for lapping up the sun or shade in the heart of this gastronomic region favored by a certain British Prime Minister.
Like all regions of France, it has its own gastronomic specialities including local charcuterie, wild boar, cheeses and seafood.
The man with the dough As a hip young gastronomic gunslinger, he was the first British chef to win three Michelin stars.
Many forget that Portugal is a gastronomic delight, with great wine options and tasty seafood.