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Shrimp and Grits Casserole – A hard-to-beat southern seafood dish, served for breakfast by owner of Galatoire's restaurant Bill Kearney and his wife Karyn

Shrimp Boulettes – A classic Cajun snack that New Orleans chef Melissa Martin used to eat growing up in the Louisiana bayou

Inside Melissa Martin’s Kitchen – The chef behind Mosquito Supper Club on a great local butter, her dad’s old fish-cleaning block and the cookbook that “changed the way I felt about food”

Melissa Martin – The bayou-born chef cooks us a Cajun feast at her house in the Lower Ninth Ward. She talks about restaurant etiquette, her favourite New Orleans food spots and what she ate growing up

Melissa Martin’s New Orleans Address Book – The chef behind Mosquito Supper Club on a laid-back restaurant with outdoor eating, a great spot for burgers and cocktails and a newly renovated food market

Hugue Dufour & Sarah Obraitis’ New York Address Book – The couple behind M Wells recommend an oyster-lover’s paradise in Manhattan, a “dope” cocktail bar in Long Island City and an “insane” international supermarket

Chicken Ragu with Polenta – A tasty, restorative dish that's good for people with busy schedules, by New York restaurateurs Hugue Dufour and Sarah Obraitis

Hugue Dufour & Sarah Obraitis – The couple behind New York's fantastic M Wells restaurants discuss fast food and kitchen hierarchies and fix us some great chicken ragu at their apartment in Long Island City

Inside Hugue Dufour & Sarah Obraitis’ Kitchen – The couple behind M Wells on maple syrup to drink by the glassful, a family bread saw and the Mexican cookbook that everybody loves

David Ansel’s Austin Address Book – Austin’s legendary Soup Peddler on a vegetarian restaurant where the creative set meet, a Tex-Mex grand hall and his favourite grocery stores

David Ansel – Austin's legendary Soup Peddler invites us round for Shabbat dinner – red snapper baked in salt – and describes how he turned his bike delivery service into a thriving food enterprise

Inside David Ansel’s Kitchen – Austin’s legendary Soup Peddler picks out his key seasonings, an amazing barbecue cooker and a cookbook by Salvador Dali

Salt-Baked Snapper with Risotto – An extraordinary fish recipe from Austin food entrepreneur David Ansel (aka the Soup Peddler) based on an unforgettable meal he had in Milan

Addie Broyles’ Austin Address Book – The food journalist on a “really great” taco chain, a cool communal Thai restaurant and one of her favourite farmers’ markets in Austin

Inside Addie Broyles’ Kitchen – The food journalist on her great-great grandmother’s rolling pin, great herb and smoked pepper mixes and her bible for everyday cooking

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