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Fifteenth century feasts. Make them at home.

The Borgias is the sordid saga of one of the most remarkable and legendary families in history. Set in 15th century Italy, The Borgias chronicles the corrupt rise of patriarch Rodrigo Borgia (Academy Award® winner Jeremy Irons) to the papacy, where he commits every sin in the book to amass and retain power, influence, and enormous wealth for himself and his family. The drama, set in 16th Century Rome, involves dark storylines, lavish settings and fabulous feasts is available on DVD from 5th December. To celebrate the launch of the DVD, four leading chefs have devised recipes inspired by some of the main characters.
 
Click on the images to find the recipes for your own Borgia banquet
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