Tony is off to investigate Sweden, "a land of contrasts." He is hoping to dispel the myths of tall blonds, Swedish meatballs and ABBA.
Tony and his friend Andy dine on roasted pig in Caicay, attend a posh party at a hacienda, search for a Chuppacabra in the jungle and meet boxing champion Miguel Cotto.
Tony visits a duck farm and processing plant to see how foie gras is made, teaches a class at the Montreal Culinary Institute and plays hockey with a local university hockey team.
Tony visits a bar and grill in southwest Texas, journeys to Piedras Negras in search of a dish that has become synonymous with Mexico -- nachos -- and takes a boat tour of the Rio Grande River.
India is a land of color, aroma, kind people and delicious cuisine. Tony heads to Rajasthan in the northwest corner of the subcontinent where he explores life in the region.
Over the years, Tony has fallen in love with India's culture, cuisine and communities. On this trip, he travels to Kolkata and Mumbai to rediscover the magic of this beautiful land.
Nari, an employee at Tony's office, has been bothering him to do a show on her native South Korea. Tony gives in to the pressure and, next thing you know, they're in Seoul and the adventure begins.
Tony Bourdain is undertaking a culinary journey of epic proportions. He is traveling to Indonesia to experience the delicious cuisine and the beautiful culture.
Ireland is steeped in history and traditions, both oral and written. Tony is here to dispel the myths that it has the worst food on the planet.
Tony heads to Ghana. The old Ghana, a land of forts and slavery, is a strong contrast to the modern-era Ghana, a culture filled with food and music.
Tony travels to the African nation of Namibia, a country whose name roughly translates to "desert" and whose land is only 10 percent arable.
In July 2006, Anthony Bourdain and his crew traveled to Lebanon to film an episode of 'No Reservations'. They discovered a beautiful country filled with proud, generous people and delicious food. However, within 24 hours of arrival they suddenly found themselves stuck in the middle of an intense, uncertain, and violent conflict. From their initial glimpse, to the destruction that followed, "Bourdain in Beirut" is the story of what Anthony and his crew saw and experienced during their 9 days in the country.
The Pacific Northwest is filled with history, coffee, fresh produce and obsession. Tony finds one-of-a-kind doughnuts, flying fish and breathtaking scenery.
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