The Belgian mussels gospel according to The Hairy Bikers

Why is it that the BBC seems to offer a bunch of Food Shows that can be fun without being dumb?
A case in point is The Hairy Bikers who in their most recent episode gave us their take on Belgium with beers and of course Mussels. Hairybikers_tea_420x190
They started their second series with a trip to strictly vegetarian Chennai (in India if you have trouble with geography).

Some chefs I know who have a hard time believing that you can come up with tasty vegetarian dishes should have tagged along.

From their first series, I suggest you try the Caldo Verde (a green cabbage and chorizo soup from Portugal).

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