In his cookbook, Au Pied de Cochon, Canadian chef Martin Picard reveals some of his most indulgent dishes. In his cookbook, Au Pied de Cochon, Canadian chef Martin Picard reveals some of his most indulgent dishes.
In his cookbook, Au Pied de Cochon, Canadian chef Martin Picard reveals some of his most indulgent dishes.

Anthony Bourdain loved his rich dishes of pork, lobster and foie gras – Martin Picard’s recipes of excess and indulgence

  • In cookbook Au Pied de Cochon – The Album, Picard celebrates nose-to-tail cuisine, cooking Anthony Bourdain paid tribute to in an episode of No Reservations
  • Among his most indulgent dishes are foie gras poutine, pig’s feet, lamb shank confit, lobster roll, stuffed pig’s stomach and pickled venison tongue

Topic |   Food and Drinks
In his cookbook, Au Pied de Cochon, Canadian chef Martin Picard reveals some of his most indulgent dishes. In his cookbook, Au Pied de Cochon, Canadian chef Martin Picard reveals some of his most indulgent dishes.
In his cookbook, Au Pied de Cochon, Canadian chef Martin Picard reveals some of his most indulgent dishes.
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