Bizarre Foods America
Andrew Zimmern scours America in search of the most unique meals.
|"Denver" Rocky Mountain oysters at a ballpark; yak and elk served at an historic restaurant; pheasant cooked outside. (Repeat)||TRAV|
|"Boston" Andrew visits Boston to prove that a traditional city can be a breeding ground for new food trends. He meets a group of Harvard scientists, and a Cambodian family that injects new food traditions into a Boston suburb. (Repeat)||TRAV|
The continuation of ``Bizarre Foods'' finds Andrew Zimmern keeping his passport at home, as the chef and writer embarks on a culinary exploration of the great U, S of A. From traditional foods passed down through generations to modern eats whose roots are purely American, the United States is home to a smorgasbord of bizarre foods and equally extraordinary stories associated with them. So who best to taste and tell than Andrew, the man who lives by the motto ``If it looks good, eat it''? The cultural cuisine master has done plenty of that throughout the history of ``Bizarre Foods,'' with the ``America'' incarnation including a celebration of the series' 100th episode.
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