Next Episode of Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern is
Season 17 / Episode 2 and airs on 18 January 2017 02:00
Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern is back with another round of exotic eats from around the globe! After 6 seasons of Bizarre Foods America exploring unusual edibles in his own backyard, Zimmern is dusting off his passport once again to crisscross the globe in search of the world's most bizarre foods. Zimmern believes that the best way to explore other cultures is by sharing food, even though what's common fare in one country may be a challenge for the western palate. In Bizarre Foods, this adventurous eater infiltrates markets and restaurants taking viewers behind the scenes to savor the local cuisine - even if that means gulping down ant eggs in Mexico City or slurping on snails in Portugal. This curious traveler is game for anything and knows the most interesting food is found closest to the source.
Andrew Zimmern's taxi drivers show him very different sides of Medellin, from Paisa hospitality to Pablo Escobar tours. They'll play an explosive game of Tejo, eat roadside steaks and even gamble on guinea pigs in this eclectic city.
Nashville is full of entrepreneurial spirits, amazing restaurants, and, most famously, a rich music scene. Andrew Zimmern's driver, Finn, is an amateur historian, percussionist and poet. He'll show Andrew the insider's Nashville, taking him to a "meat and three," a cookout at a heritage food farm with a hometown chef and a Music Row session with country music royalty.
Andrew Zimmern explores Chicago with two cabbie guides, one from Chicago and the other a transplant from Pakistan. He visits insider spots like an unmarked Krygz restaurant, cheers on the roller derby team and meets a blues music legend.
Andrew Zimmern travels to some of the coldest places on Earth to see how people survive and eat. He seeks out delicacies like muffler meat and hand-pried sea cucumber -- an array of deliciousness that's sure to beat the chill.
Andrew Zimmern celebrates the world's greatest edible animal by digging into every part. From year-old cured ham to deep-fried testicles to melts-in-your-mouth snout sandwiches, the hog provides unmatched versatility.
Andrew Zimmern(Andrew Zimmern)
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