Cajun Crawfish Boil
Local seafood processor, Rick Phillips, gives Andrew a tour a bayou in Iberville Parrish. Andrew experiences a Cajun crawfish boil and eats roasted alligator skin and crawfish boiled in "Cajun napalm."
Bayou Pigeon, Iberville Parish, LA
Bubba Frey's Restaurant & Mowata General Store
Chef and restauranteur Donald Link takes Andrew back to his to his hometown to get some authentic Cajun cooking. Andrew eats boudin and hog ponce, pig stomach stuffed with homemade sausage.
29017 Crowley Eunice Highway, Mowata (Eunice), LA 70535
Frogging in the Swamp
Billy Frey takes Andrew out in their amphibious vehicle to go frog hunting. Andrew samples frog sauce picante and frog legs friend in tempura beer batter.
Lyons Point, Acadia Parish, LA
Willie Mae's Scotch House
Andrew visits the Treme neighborhood where residents are still rebuilding after the damage left by hurricane Katrina. This special place is now back up and running serving their famous fried chicken.
2401 St. Ann Street, New Orleans, LA 70119
Andrew makes a stop at this legendary eatery, where he samples Creole cooking tips from the Queen of Creole cooking, Leah Chase.
2301 Orleans Ave., New Orleans, LA 70119
Andrew meets up with jazz musician Kermit Ruffins for some Creole cooking. Kermit shows Andrew how he makes some classic New Orleans-style food in the same place his band, The Barbeque Swingers play every Thursday night.
800 Lesseps Street, New Orleans, LA 70117
Vietnamese Farmer's Market
New Orleans is home to 1 of the largest Vietnamese immigrant populations in the US. Andrew walks through a street market with Father Vien Nguyen to find products for sale that aren't common in the States.
14401 Alcee Fortier Blvd., New Orleans, LA
Making Vietnamese Pizza
Andrew and Father Vien Nguyen buy a duck and take it to a local Vietnamese family, where they make a dish made with fresh duck blood. Andrew also eats Tiet canh, Vietnamese Pizza, and Vietnamese fondue.
Versailles Neighborhood, New Orleans, LA