In this episode, we first meet Rosemary at Drimnagh Castle to find out which family member living away from home and to tell us about the dish “I used to make this for the kids when they were small. They loved it, but we only had it on special occasions or if guests were coming! It’s a roll mop type of dish and can be eaten hot or cold”.
Later Rosemary rustles up the dish that reminds Una of home in Drimnagh, ‘Stout Soused Herrings served with ‘buttered baby potatoes and green beans with a sour cream, onion and apple dip on the side’.
Catherine then travels to Paris in the hope of replicating Rosemary’s “Tastes Like Home” dish for Una.
In paris, Catherine visits the oldest Ice cream shop in Paris, Berthillon run by father & daughter. She visits a local bakery and it taught how to make traditional French Croissants, she visits a cheese shop who stock over 300 hundred different types of cheese, she pays a visit to a local Fishmongers, she goes on a food tour with Secret Food Tours and tastes all types of foods from meringue cake which has been on the menu of French Pastries since 1691, she visits the Jewish district which is known as “Falafels Street” and tastes some falafels. We visit Edwin Yansane a high end Chocolatier in his shop “Edwart” in Marais and tastes some of his delicious chocolates and macaroons. Catherine takes a rest from all of the food tasting by visiting the top of the Montparnasse Tower whilst taking in the stunning views of Paris before taking a stroll around Canal St. Martin where locals come in droves to picnic on the canal banks, or soak up the sunshine in this photogenic area.