Check out sneak peek photos of the upcoming new season of Bizarre Foods.
Andrew takes on Chicago where he uncovers some of the best food in the world.
Andrew and the production crew shoot a scene in front of the tomb of John the Baptist's head for the Syria episode of Bizarre Foods.
Andrew milks a sheep in the desert outside Palmyra, Syria.
Greek cookbook author Diane Kochilas invites Andrew into her home to show off some of her legendary cooking skills.
Andrew Zimmern eats with Goschenhoppen Historians, Inc. at the historic Henry Antes house in Perkiomenville, PA. The group was founded in 1964 to preserve folk culture of the Pennsylvania Germans, the area's earliest settlers.
Andrew Zimmern adds the key ingredient, a pig's head, to a boiling cauldron of scrapple in White Haven, PA.
'These cheesy straw hats worn by gondoliers are an irresistible tourist trinket even for me.' ' Andrew Zimmern
'I love Venetian seafood, especially when it's raw!' ' Andrew Zimmern
Photographer Adrian Danciu takes a moment to take in the beautiful landscape in Lapland, Finland.
Andrew digs into a pot of seal meat with on Hailuoto Island, located off the northern coast of Finland.
Andrew and his guide Rachel Raj pick up some fresh challah bread at Carimama Pizzazo in Hungary.
Andrew dances in the rain with his new Roma friends in Paszab, a rural village in Hungary.
Andrew Zimmern and his Jewish Quarter guide Rachel Raj discuss Jewish bread pudding.
Andrew observes how local fishermen on Lake Balaton net large Busa carp.
'My guide, Edison, explains some of the fascinating Himba rituals in Madagascar.' ' Andrew Zimmern
'This is the backyard kitchen of a 'Smiley Den' in the Katatura slum of Namibia -- where the food is pretty hardcore.' ' Andrew Zimmern