Next Episode of Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations is
Season 6 / Episode 14 and airs on 22 November 2017 02:00
Every traveler wants to try a crepe in Paris, gelato in Florence, Italy, or a po'boy in New Orleans. But how many really know where those dishes came from or how they are made? Andrew Zimmern digs into the not-to-be-missed legendary foods that define a location on Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations.
Andrew Zimmern highlights the edible icons of Iceland's capital. From salted cod and lamb hot dogs piled with toppings to tangy, creamy skyr, Reykjavik's food is as colorful, quirky and steeped in history as the city itself.
Andrew Zimmern explores the diverse culinary classics of Ecuador's capital city, Quito. The urban cuisine satisfies stomachs with fried pork and potato cakes, fresh ceviche, sugar-coated roasted peanuts, fish soup and more.
From crispy breakfast pancakes to deep bowls of chewy noodles, tender Peking duck to steamed buns and zesty donkey sandwiches, Beijing's cuisine is a modern-day dynastic sensation steeped in history and fit for an Emperor.
Andrew Zimmern shows off the tempting flavors of Cartagena, Colombia. From fried fish and sizzling egg arepas to bedroom-boosting fruits and seafood stews, the taste of the coast infuses every bite.
Andrew Zimmern highlights Stockholm's herring and traditional Swedish food such as pea soup and pancakes, Joansson's temptation and cinnamon rolls topped with crunchy pearl sugar.
Andrew Zimmern investigates the rich culinary heritage of Jerusalem. From savory classics like shawarma, falafel, kubbeh and hummus to tempting pastries like halva and bureka, this holy city's edible icons are steeped in history.
Andrew Zimmern leaves no meal unexplored in multicultural Cape Town, South Africa, where meat comes in all forms, from sausage to stew to pie. The coastal city's seafood is out of this world, and the favorite pastry is nothing without a coat of syrup!
Andrew Zimmern discovers the complex flavors of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Spicy grilled crab, cold and refreshing beef salad and herbaceous fish and noodle soup reflect a mission to preserve the uniqueness of Cambodian cuisine.
Andrew Zimmern takes a culinary tour of the Dominican Republic, a meat-lover's paradise. From whole roast pig and crispy, Lebanese-inspired fried dough pockets to beef and plantain casseroles, Dominican gastronomy is full of surprises.
Andrew Zimmern introduces the rich and welcoming dishes of Amman, Jordan. The city's multicultural influences have created a culinary scene steeped in hospitality. Andrew samples some of the more well-known dishes such as multi-tiered towers of goat and veggies, sumac-coated chicken with onions, lamb cooked in creamy yogurt sauce and fava bean spreads perfect for sharing.
Andrew Zimmern unveils Mumbai's multicultural flavors and addictive ingredients. A city built on chaos, hard work and multicultural melding, Mumbai showcases its history through its delicious eateries. The city's edible icons include deep-fried fish and prawns, saucy goat over rice and vegetarian dishes from puffed rice salad to spicy potato mashups.
Andrew Zimmern gets a taste of traditional Viking dishes in Oslo, Norway. From reindeer steak and local cured salmon to sheep and heart-shaped waffles, the capital city serves up recipes that have stood the test of time.
Andrew Zimmern delights in the fun and funky flavors of Key West, Florida. From conch fritters, coconut pink shrimp and fried hogfish sandwiches to toasty Cubanos and quintessential Key lime pie, Key West is full of fresh eats and local ingredients.
Andrew Zimmern(Andrew Zimmern)
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