Bizarre Foods America
Andrew Zimmern scours America in search of the most unique meals.
|"New Mexico" Zimmern explores the many layers of flavors from the past and present that can be found in this southwestern state. (Repeat)||TRAV|
|"Undiscovered Hawaii" Andrew wants to find out what Hawaiians really like to eat; dried octopus bile sac; crispy pork intestine;and a traditional take on a raw fish salad that includes the eyeballs. (Repeat)||TRAV|
|"Detroit" Andrew finds out if it is food that keeps Detroit's motor running. Andrew visits Motown and gets revved up about tasting some of the city's food, including iconic soul food and lamb brain sandwiches, in the heart of Arab America. (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|
|"Toronto, Horse Heart & Flipper Pie" Andrew finds that Toronto is a melting pot of edgy eats; Horse heart salami; seal flipper pie; pig's ear. (Repeat)||TRAV|
|"NYC Overnight: Bizarre at All Hours" Andrew Zimmern stays up all night in the city that never sleeps to uncover the secrets of feeding hungry New Yorkers. (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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