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Andrew Zimmern explores ancient foodways that are vanishing due to modern life.
Andrew Zimmern explores worldwide markets for cow skin soup, camel rib and iguana eggs.
Andrew explores the custom of beef-eating around the world, from brains to BBQ to blood.
Andrew Zimmern travels to Madrid and ventures off the beaten path to discover some new spins on some old classics – snail soup, whole baby pig head, rabbit paella and beef fat bonbon. Madrid is just the first stop on Zimmern's culinary adventure that features a wide range of ethnic cuisine in locations around the world. From sheep's brain in Senegal, smoked herring sperm in Sweden to coconut stew with opossum meat in the Bronx, New York, Zimmern is always game to try what the locals eat.
Andrew Zimmern travels to Stockholm, Sweden, where the New Nordic movement celebrates putrefied herring and smoked sperm. Whether he's eating grated reindeer testicle or aged horse meat, trying super-Swedish spins on Vietnamese bahn mi and high-end hot dogs, fishing for oily Baltic herring or whisking goose blood soup, Andrew is schooled on the simplicity of Scandinavian culture.
Stuffed grape leaves and pork belly in Cyprus; curdling goat milk and sampling sun-dried goat; the world's oldest cookie.
Three cabbies give Andrew Zimmern an up-close look at everyday life in Rio.
Andrew Zimmern learns Bangkok's secrets with the help of two local cab drivers.
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.