Season 1, Episode 8 -"Jura" In episode 8, James heads East to the region of Jura, where he meets local farmer, Matthew Tissot who shows James his orchard and teaches him about the region's apple and pears. James also visits Fort des Rousses, home to one of France's most popular cheeses, Comte, and delving deeper into the region, James is cooked for by two Michelin starred chef, Jean Paul Jeunet who shares his take on a classic risotto using local ingredients in distinctly Swiss looking surroundings. Season 1, Episode 9 -"Bresse" In episode 9, James heads to Bresse, home to one of France's most famous ingredients: the Bresse chicken. Here James goes to a chicken farm and museum to meet some of the chickens and learn just why they are so special. James also gets to meet one of his human culinary heroes, Georges Blanc, owner of his three Michelin star restaurant where James gets a little star struck. Season 1, Episode 10 -"Burgundy" In episode 10, James arrives in Burgundy, a region famous for its wines and mustard fields. Retracing Floyds visit 30 years ago, James stops at the same vineyard for a personal tour. James also visits the region's Capital, Dijon, turning his hand to making the city's more famous export, mustard.