Bizarre Foods America (2012–2014)
1 Jul. 2013Hidden Los Angeles
Andrew finds out that some of the best foods in Los Angeles are hiding deep inside city neighborhoods where outsiders never go! From pig head tamales at a food truck in Watts to steamed chicken embryo in Long Beach, there are plenty of unexpected foods waiting to be discovered in LA.
8 Jul. 2013Undiscovered Hawaii
Luaus may be a time honored tradition, but Andrew wants to find out what Hawaiians really like to eat! From dried octopus bile sac to crispy pork intestine to a traditional take on a raw fish salad that includes the eyeballs, Andrew gets a taste of Hawaii's other side when he explores some of the unexpected foods that can be found in this Pacific paradise!
15 Jul. 2013Third Coast: Stingrays, Swamp and Swine
Andrew makes a beeline for the nation's third coast, the often forgotten Gulf shore where people strive to preserve their own unique way of life! From stingray tacos to pan fried duck testicles to nutria stew, Andrew is getting a tasty foray into an overlooked corner of the world!
22 Jul. 2013Queens N.Y.: World's Best Food Town
Andrew gets a global food experience without ever leaving NYC when he visits the borough of Queens. From a Pakistani kebab joint with a dish made out of goat liver and brains to a Tibetan place with soup made from yak meat to buffalo chicken feet with maple syrup from a French Canadian chef, this ethnically diverse section of the big apple is home to a world of flavor!
29 Jul. 2013Birmingham: The New South
Andrew Zimmern heads where southern hospitality and soulful cooking meet.
5 Aug. 2013Rhode Island: Chowing Gaggers & Stuffies
Andrew Zimmern visits RI where food is a blend of tradition and high tech.
12 Aug. 2013Louisville: Bourbon and Burgoo
Andrew Zimmern visits Louisville where food traditions meet modern flavors.
19 Aug. 2013St. Croix, USVI: Bull's Feet in Paradise
Andrew discovers a melting pot full of surprises when he visits St. Croix in the US Virgin Islands. The hard working people in this tropical paradise blend resourcefulness and diverse cultural backgrounds to create a flavor that's all their own. From herding a special breed of island cattle to chasing down land crabs, to fishing for a shelled fish that can't be caught with a hook, Andrew gets a true taste of Crucian culture. Among the menu items: bullfoot soup, shellfish liver, conch roti, and breadfruit tostones.
26 Aug. 2013St. Louis: Pig Snouts & Paddlefish
Andrew comes to St Louis, a river city where the food reflects the diversity of the neighborhoods and the people who live there. From iconic barbecue joints, to corner restaurants, to the mighty Mississippi, there are plenty of places offering up new food experiences for Andrew to try. Whether it's brain sandwiches, crispy pig snouts, fried Asian Carp, raw paddlefish roe, or pig heart pastrami, Andrew is ready to taste all the flavors that can be found in St. Louie.