Gourmet road trip looking for the best steak in the world. Breeders, farmers, butchers, cooks, historians and business men all around the world (France, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Belgium, UK,...
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Gourmet road trip looking for the best steak in the world. Breeders, farmers, butchers, cooks, historians and business men all around the world (France, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Belgium, UK,USA, Canada, Japan, Argentina, Brazil) help us understand the (r)evolution taking place right now and the challenges ahead.Written by
I'm not much of a meat eater but this is one well-done movie (pun intended). I was sort of expecting a film about U.S. steak snobs and new cooking techniques but in fact it is a surprisingly informative and passionate documentary about cow breeds, breeders and butchers in many different parts of the world. It starts from France and covers the growing concern of local butchers that French beef isn't really matching up to high global standards (due to lower fat content). From there on it moves to many other countries such as USA, Argentina, England and Scotland with their old breeds, Japan and wagyu beef growers in other parts of the world...until it reaches Spain where the authors believe to have found the best steak in the world. The strange numbering of the parts is I believe the rating authors gave to the best steaks they tasted.
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