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Food Tripper Black Forest on Travel Channel

Food Tripper Black Forest on Travel Channel
Join me in Germany's Black Forest in my next episode of Food Tripper, on Travel Channel starting March 14th at 8pm
 
In the next episode of my TV series for Travel Channel, I get a guided gastro-forage like no other, pick my way through cherry orchards and sample artisan Black Forest  ham and cheese. It might be the height of summer when I swing by the nation's favourite chocolatier but he's already flooded with Christmas orders so I step in to lend a hand. And a glittering line-up of German chefs await to greet me for a spot of Michelin kitchen action.
Duration 60-minutes
On Travel Channel on Sky 251.
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Tilman Baumann
Guildford
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Wonderful episode. I enjoyed it very much. But I'm biased I have to admit, Freiburg is my home town. :)

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