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Confucius was a Foodie: Season 2 starts in London, where Christine attempts to unpack the story of tea and it's connection to England. She then makes a stopover in Boston to delve into the legendary Boston Tea Party, before heading off to pick green tea leaves in Taiwan. Discoveries continue in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Toronto, and Vancouver as Christine explores two elite Chinese cuisines: Huaiyang and Shandong. These cuisines lead her to experience new flavors, poetry and even time travel as she explores the foodie cargo of a lost ship recently discovered at the bottom of the Java Sea. The season comes to a crescendo as Cushing and her chef mentors prepare a banquet of Shandong cuisine, the cuisine that Confucius himself enjoyed, but which remains little-known in North America.
Confucius was a Foodie: Season 2 starts in London, where Christine attempts to unpack the story of tea and it's connection to England. She then makes a stopover in Boston to delve into the legendary Boston Tea Party, before heading off to pick green tea leaves in Taiwan. Discoveries continue in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Toronto, and Vancouver as Christine explores two elite Chinese cuisines: Huaiyang and Shandong. These cuisines lead her to experience new flavors, poetry and even time travel as she explores the foodie cargo of a lost ship recently discovered at the bottom of the Java Sea. The season comes to a crescendo as Cushing and her chef mentors prepare a banquet of Shandong cuisine, the cuisine that Confucius himself enjoyed, but which remains little-known in North America.
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Confucius was a Foodie: Season 2 starts in London, where Christine attempts to unpack the story of tea and it's connection to England. She then makes a stopover in Boston to delve into the legendary Boston Tea Party, before heading off to pick green tea leaves in Taiwan. Discoveries continue in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Toronto, and Vancouver as Christine explores two elite Chinese cuisines: Huaiyang and Shandong. These cuisines lead her to experience new flavors, poetry and even time travel as she explores the foodie cargo of a lost ship recently discovered at the bottom of the Java Sea. The season comes to a crescendo as Cushing and her chef mentors prepare a banquet of Shandong cuisine, the cuisine that Confucius himself enjoyed, but which remains little-known in North America.
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