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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Adam hanging with the Tar Heels

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Adam Richman and the UNC ladies at Time Out Chicken. 960 1280

  

Adam Richman being filmed talking to patrons at Time Out Chicken. 960 1280

  

Adam Richman talks to customers at Time Out Chicken. 960 1280

  

The sides at Time Out Chicken. 960 1280

  

Adam Richman and Ed at Time Out Chicken. 960 1280

  

A tasty tray of fried chicken at Time Out Chicken. 960 1280

  

Director of photography and field producer at Time Out Chicken. 960 1280

  

Adam Richman talking to George at The Roast Grill. 960 1280

  

George holds the tray of 17 hot dogs that Adam Richman will attempt to finish at The Roast Grill. 960 1280

  

Sam stops by Flo's Hot Dogs for a bite. 960 1280

  

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Sam poses with the Nubble. 960 1280

  

Sam at Strawberry Banke. 960 1280

  

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My wife's Aunt Andreana puts the homemade ravioli on. 960 1280

  

The work day almost over -- where Zach, Todd and crew can sit down with the family and eat. 960 1280

  

Zach demonstrates the Zamboni3000 porto-steadi-cam rig. He made it himself out of tin foil and an old erector set. 960 1280

  

What Sardinia looks like: birds on a skewer by an open fire. 960 1280

  

Producer Alex Lowry with a bunny for my daughter (NOT dinner). 960 1280

  

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hobie cat

hobie cat

Hit the beach. There are more than 70 miles of beach to explore in Barbados with no shortage of water sports. Snorkel with sea turtles, go jet-skiing, kayak or just drift away on a small hobie cat. 960 1280

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Barbados Sunset

Barbados Sunset

See the sunset from your beach chair. Like any other Caribbean island, Bajan sunsets are spectacular. 960 1280

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flying fish

flying fish

Taste the flying fish. It's the national dish of Barbados and some of the best is at the Oistin's Fish Fry, held every Friday night in Christ Church Parrish. Stop by Pat's, they’re known for its fried and grilled flying fish platters. 960 1280

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Chef Marcus Samuelsson

Chef Marcus Samuelsson

See a celebrity chef. If you've come for the Barbados Food, Wine and Rum Festival, you'll enjoy many celebrity chef sightings. Go to a cooking demonstration from a culinary great like Marcus Samuelsson. 960 1280

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Chef Ming Tsai

Chef Ming Tsai

Sample top chef cuisine. One of the highlights of the Barbados Food, Wine and Rum Festival is Ambrosia, where world-renown chefs like Ming Tsai serve up their best for foodie fans. 960 1280

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Mount Gay Rum

Mount Gay Rum

Drink rum. Barbados is the home of Mount Gay Rum, the world's oldest rum, dating back to 1703. The distillery's visitor center tour in Bridgetown features various label tastings. 960 1280

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Reggae Lounge Graffiti

Reggae Lounge Graffiti

Party in St. Lawrence Gap. This is the street where tourists and locals go to party. Check out the Reggae Lounge for hip-hop, reggae and soca, or head to McBride's for pop and '80s tunes. 960 1280

  

St. James Anglican Parrish Church

St. James Anglican Parrish Church

Visit the oldest church in Barbados. The St. James Anglican Parrish Church in St. James Parrish was started in 1628 by the British settlers. Many of those early settlers were buried here due to a small pox epidemic. 960 1280

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St. James Parrish

St. James Parrish

Learn about the island culture. Each parrish or borough in Barbados is named for its church, which explains why St. James Parrish Church is in St. James Parrish. 960 1280

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Barbados North Point

Barbados North Point

Take in the island's natural beauty. Find a friendly, local taxi driver or rent a car to drive around the coast of Barbados. Be careful, they drive on the left side of the road here. North Point, on the northernmost tip of the island in St. Lucy Parrish, features plunging views of the Caribbean. 960 1280

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Cherry Tree Hill

Cherry Tree Hill

See a sleeping giant. Drive to Cherry Tree Hill on the way to the east coast to view the Bajan mountains also known as the "Sleeping Giant." If you look closely, you'll see the giant's head point to the ocean with his mouth open and his belly pointing inland. 960 1280

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Bathesheba

Bathesheba

Go to Bathesheba and hang 10 with the surfers. Bathesheba is a surfer’s paradise. It’s a natural wonder with its crashing waves and odd protruding, limestone rock formations. 960 1280

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Harrison's Cave

Harrison's Cave

Explore Harrison's Cave, a new eco-tourism destination in St. Thomas Parrish. Take a tram ride deep into its limestone core to see stunning stalagmite and stalactite formations. 960 1280

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Monkey crossing the road

Monkey crossing the road

See monkeys cross the road. Why do they cross the road? In this case, to eat a piece of fruit on the side of the road. The green monkeys look more greyish-brown than green, and they’ve been spotted on resorts across the island. 960 1280

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El Toro tri-tip BBQ

El Toro tri-tip BBQ

Did You Know? The 2 hottest chilis in the world, the Naga Viper and Infinity chilli, were developed in England and are available as a sauces. England is now producing the hottest natural chilli sauces (without added pepper extract) available in the world.

Dish 1: El Toro
Where: Phil’s BBQ, 3750 Sports Arena Blvd, San Diego, CA 92110
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Fry Sauce” on Pastrami Double Crown Burger

Fry Sauce” on Pastrami Double Crown Burger

Did You Know? The oldest known condiment is garum, a sauce of fermented fish used by the ancient Romans.

Dish 2: "Fry Sauce" on Pastrami Double Crown Burger
Where: Crown Burgers, 377 East 200 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
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Sicilian Pizza from Spumoni Garden

Sicilian Pizza from Spumoni Garden

Did You Know? Today, ketchup is one of the most popular condiments in the world. Americans buy over 175 billion bottles every year.

Dish 3: Sicilian Pizza
Where: L&B Spumoni Garden, 2725 86th St, Brooklyn, NY 11223
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Tiger Sauce on Pit Beef Sandwich

Tiger Sauce on Pit Beef Sandwich

Did You Know? Famous chef Julia Child once said "sauces are the splendor and the glory of cooking."

Dish 4: Tiger Sauce on Pit Beef Sandwich
Where: CHAPS Charcoal Restaurant, 5801 Pulaski Hwy, Baltimore, MD 21205
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Peach BBQ Sauce

Peach BBQ Sauce

Did You Know? Today, over 40 different varieties of peaches are grown in Georgia.

Dish 5: Peach BBQ Sauce
Where: Sweet Potatoes, 6825 Waters Ave, Savannah, GA 31406
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Voocoo Juice at Angel's BBQ

Voocoo Juice at Angel's BBQ

Did You Know? In 1912, a pharmacist named Wilbur Scoville devised a method of measuring the intensity of a pepper’s burn. Known as the Scoville scale, it has become the pre-eminent barometer of flaming fare.

Dish 1: Voodoo Juice
Where: Angel's BBQ, 21 W Oglethorpe Ln, Savannah, GA 31401
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Triple Habanero Pie

Triple Habanero Pie

Did You Know? Chile peppers are “hot” because of a substance called capsaicin that triggers the same pain receptors in the brain as actual heat.

Dish 2: Triple Habanero Pie
Where: Flying Pie, 6508 Fairview Ave, Boise, ID 83704
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Prince's Spicy Chicken

Prince's Spicy Chicken

Did You Know? Some biologists believe that peppers originally developed capsaicin to defend themselves from hungry animals.

Dish 3: Prince's Hot Chicken
Where: Prince's Chicken, 123 Ewing Dr, No. 2, Nashville, TN 37207
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Spicy Shrimp from Giovanni Shrimp Truck

Spicy Shrimp from Giovanni Shrimp Truck

Did You Know? The ingredients in Chile peppers are chock full of vitamins, ease minor aches and pains and increase blood flow.

Dish 4: Spicy Shrimp
Where: Giovanni's Shrimp Truck, 56-505 Kamehameha Hwy, Kahuku, HI 96731
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Did You Know? In 1492, Christopher Columbus discovered the new world… and Chile peppers! Columbus named the spicy plants “peppers” when he mistook them for relatives of the black pepper of India and just 50 years after his discovery this indigenous south American plant had spread worldwide.

Dish 5: Pasta From Hell
Where: East Coast Grill, 1271 Cambridge St, Cambridge, MA 02139
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