We've compiled the best of Anthony Bourdain's Europe trips in The Europe Files - Volume 2. He explores Spain, France and Italy. Tony visits the mecca of the gastronome community, El Bulli in Roses, Spain. Tony puts on his chef whites and joins chef Ferran and staff in the kitchen to make hazelnut churros and jam wontons wrapped in rose petals. Then, he gets to try all of the goods he helped prepare. Tony, Ferran and Jose Andres begin with cocktails served in forms such as flautas and cotton candy. In Paris, Tony examines the new generation of chefs with Eric Ripert. A bold new direction has these young, up and coming chefs, turning the world of fine dining upside down. Tony visits the island of Sardinia off the coast of Italy to visit with his wife Ottavias's family. Tony and Ottavia enjoy a delicious dinner at a local hotel - plates of fatty cured meats, panna carazao (the local bread staple), and multitudes of pastas. The next day, Tony sits down with Ottavia and her family for a meal of freshly-made pastas, cheeses, and meats, along with wild rabbit and partridge, topped off by fresh cheese and sweet honey. He then goes on a tour of the town of Orgosolo, known for the hundreds of murals that are representative of the political, economic, and cultural history of Sardinia.