Coffee Culture Around the World

From the simple Italian espresso shot to traditional Turkish coffee ceremonies, see how people around the world take their cup of coffee.

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Andrew greets past guests and world famous chefs, Lawrence Keogh, Robert Gadsby and Tony Mantuano. 960 1280

  

Adlyn Adam Teoh and Andrew prepare braised pig's tongue with hair moss. 960 1280

  

Adlyn Adam Teoh can't believe all the foods she's about to try! 960 1280

  

Marjorie Johnson contemplates the best way to attack using chopsticks. 960 1280

  

Andrew holds down the porcupine, while Bill slices through the tough skin. 960 1280

  

World traveler and photographer Nana Chen talks about snot, her sweet potato starch-based dish. 960 1280

  

Zimmern's party guests pause their feast for a group photo. 960 1280

  

Stuffed porcupine prepared by Bill and Irma of the White Earth Native American Reservation. 960 1280

  

Tony Mantuano stuffed pig's foot sliced and ready to serve. 960 1280

  

Tony Mantuano's Italian Christmas recipe of stuffed pig's foot, or zampone. 960 1280

  

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Andrew and his Aussie guide, Lurch, reminisce about a great day out on the Great Barrier Reef. 960 1280

  

A snapshot of downtown Sydney. 960 1280

  

Andrew Zimmern shows off his harpoon on a boat ride to the Great Barrier Reef. 960 1280

  

Andrew and Neal Perry sample a unique dish using Balmain Bugs at Rockpool restaurant in Sydney. 960 1280

  

Andrew and Rob Lennon get ready to grill some wagyu beef on the Gundooee Farm in Dunedoo. 960 1280

  

Andrew shows off an abalone at the Sydney Fish Market. 960 1280

  

The crew shoots Andrew and Lurch discussing grilling techniques on the deserted island of Cairns. 960 1280

  

World famous Sydney Opera House 960 1280

  

Andrew plays Evil Knieval on dirt bike at wagyu farm in Dunedoo. 960 1280

  

Andrew and the crew with Lennon family at Gundooee Organics, a wagyu cattle farm in Dunedoo, Australia. 960 1280

  

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Delicious cuisine from El Tepyac. 960 1280

  

Outside of Philippe. 960 1280

  

Adam learning to stir at Philippe. 960 1280

  

Adam Richman leads a tour bus through Los Angeles. 960 1280

  

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sugar cookies

sugar cookies

Looking for the best sugar cookie? Word from the blogosphere is that Paradise Bakery & Café is the place, with only 9 locations in the US. Visit www.paradisebakery.com. 960 1280

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white chocolate or chocolate macadamia

white chocolate or chocolate macadamia

Whether it's the white chocolate or chocolate macadamia nut cookie, next time you’re in Philadelphia hop over to The Famous 4th Street Cookie Company. No plans to visit Philly? No worries. They deliver! Visit www.famouscookies.com. 960 1280

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bonbons

bonbons

L.A. Creamery artisan ice cream shop in Canoga Park, CA, (outside of Los Angeles), also serves novelty items such as bonbons on a stick! Visit www.lacreamery.com. 960 1280

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peanut butter cookie

peanut butter cookie

Craving the traditional peanut butter cookie? If you happen to be in Chicago -- whether it’s below freezing or summer hot -- Bake is open for business. Visit www.getbakedchicago.com. 960 1280

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christmas cookies

christmas cookies

Do you have the annual holiday sweet tooth? Stick around in Chicago for Bake For Me! The downtown bakery has hand-iced holiday cookies -- Christmas trees, Stars of David, snowmen and more. Visit www.bakeforme.com. 960 1280

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chocolate chip cookies

chocolate chip cookies

Next time you’re in Los Angeles, make a point to stop by The Curious Palate for their famous chocolate chip cookies. Their farm-fresh, free-range eggs, 64% cacao chocolate and coarse sea salt cookie won the heart of The Huffington Post, which named it one of LA’s 10 Best! Visit www.thecuriouspalate.com 960 1280

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shortbread cookies

shortbread cookies

For an assortment of classic and holiday shortbread cookies, stop by Teacake Bake Shop in the San Francisco Bay Area, where they have 4 locations. Visit www.teacakebakeshop.com. 960 1280

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chocolate sandwich coookies

chocolate sandwich coookies

In an area of NYC referred to as “Brownstone Brooklyn,” visit the adorable One Girl Cookies for the Lana, a chocolate sandwich cookie filled with raspberry jam. Visit www.onegirlcookies.com. 960 1280

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Gingerbread cookies

Gingerbread cookies

When the holidays are over and you’re still craving ginger sweetness, head on over to the new and adorable Sugar Bakeshop in Charleston, SC, for their ginger molasses cookies. Visit www.sugarbake.com. 960 1280

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oatmeal raisin cookies

oatmeal raisin cookies

For something a little north of the border, head over to The Designer Cookie in Toronto for their Yves St. LaRaisin, also known as an oatmeal raisin cookie. Visit www.thedesignercookie.com. 960 1280

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Peppermint meringue cookies

Peppermint meringue cookies

Peppermint meringue cookies are wonderful for the holidays. But if you have a craving for meringue any other time of the year, check out Tatte Fine Cookies and Cakes in Boston. They have an assortment of delicious pistachio and hazelnut meringue cookies. Visit www.tattecookies.com. 960 1280

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Triple Murder Burger

Triple Murder Burger

Did You Know? The Library of Congress officially credits Louis Lunch in New Haven, CT, with inventing the burger in 1895.

Dish 1: Triple Murder Burger
Where: Haven Brothers Diner, 72 Spruce St, Providence, RI 02906
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Green Chili Cheeseburger

Green Chili Cheeseburger

Did You Know? In 1904, the hamburger created a sensation when it officially debuted at the St. Louis World’s Fair.

Dish 2: Green Chili Cheeseburger
Where: Frontier Restaurant, 2400 Central Ave SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106
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Double Big Jud Burger

Double Big Jud Burger

Did You Know? The most expensive burger in the US is The Fleurburger sold at Fleur de Lys in Vegas’ Mandalay Bay for $5,000. It is made with Kobe beef and topped with black truffles and foie gras. It is accompanied by a bottle of 1995 Chateau Petrus.

Dish 3: Double Big Jud Burger
Where: Big Jud’s, 1289 S. Protest Rd, Boise, ID 83706
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Blimpy Burger

Blimpy Burger

Did You Know? The largest commercially available hamburger weighs 319 lbs. and is available for $1,800 at Mallie's Sports Grill in Southgate, MI.

Dish 4: Blimpy Burger
Where: Krazy Jim’s Blimpy Burger, 551 S. Division St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
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Double Butter Burger

Double Butter Burger

Did You Know? There is a Hamburger Hall of Fame in Seymour, WI.

Dish 5: Double Butter Burger
Where: Kroll's, 1990 S. Ridge Road, Green Bay, WI 54304
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Thurminator

Thurminator

Did You Know? McDonald's has sold 12 hamburgers for every person in the world.

Dish 6: Thurminator
Where: Thurman Café, 183 Thurman Ave, Columbus, OH 43206
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Grilled fish tacos

Grilled fish tacos

Grilled fish tacos from My Ceviche in New York City. 960 1280

  

Lupita Kuri of Sweet Ride

Lupita Kuri of Sweet Ride

Lupita Kuri of Sweet Ride in Chicago poses with her signature cupcakes. 960 1280

  

Fojol Brothers food truck

Fojol Brothers food truck

The Fojol Brothers food trucks in Washington, DC, mix Thai, Indian and Ethiopian cuisine with a little bit of fantasy. 960 1280

  

Miami’s El Palacio de Los Jugos

Miami’s El Palacio de Los Jugos

Fried fish at Miami’s El Palacio de Los Jugos. 960 1280

  

Eastern Market in DC

Eastern Market in DC

Eastern Market is Washington, DC’s oldest continually-operating public food market. 960 1280

  

Grilled Cheese Truck in LA

Grilled Cheese Truck in LA

A cheesy mac and rib sandwich with sharp cheddar cheese, BBQ pork and caramelized onions from the Grilled Cheese Truck in LA. 960 1280

  

El Faro Plaza in LA

El Faro Plaza in LA

At El Faro Plaza in LA, Steysi Baeza makes a Mexican fruit salad called bionicos. 960 1280

  

Pink's hotdogs in LA

Pink's hotdogs in LA

Tourists and customers wait in line to try the famous Pink's hotdogs in LA. 960 1280

  

Pink's famous hot dogs

Pink's famous hot dogs

Pink's is famous for naming their hot dogs after celebrities. 960 1280

  

A food truck meet up

A food truck meet up

A glimpse of the weekly food truck meet-up at "Underground Atlanta." 960 1280

  

Taquero Fusion in Chicago

Taquero Fusion in Chicago

A Puerto Rican marinated shredded chicken taco with potatoes, mixed peppers and chipotle limone mild salsa from Taquero Fusion in Chicago. 960 1280

  

Manny Hernandez of Chicago’s Tamale Spaceship

Manny Hernandez of Chicago’s Tamale Spaceship

Manny Hernandez of Chicago’s Tamale Spaceship isn’t ready to serve customers until he dresses in full costume. 960 1280

  

Tamale Spaceship

Tamale Spaceship

Two intriguing tamales from Tamale Spaceship: a chicken barbacoa with green Peruvian mole and a flank steak tamale with Oaxacan black mole. 960 1280

  

LA’s Mariscos Jaliscos

LA’s Mariscos Jaliscos

These shrimp tacos -- smothered in salsa and avocadoes -- are what make LA’s Mariscos Jaliscos so well-loved. 960 1280

  

Janet Merino of Tacos Estilo DF'

Janet Merino of Tacos Estilo DF'

Janet Merino shows off Tacos Estilo DF's blue-corn quesadilla, a tlacoyo filled with refried beans and a large side of salt-cured beef. 960 1280

  

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