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Time Traveling With Brian Unger
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The Dead Files
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Round 1 Elimination 05:16
Travel's Best Amusement and Water Parks 2015 02:58
Chicago Travel Guide Travel Guide
Chef Paul Kahan shares his favorite charcuterie from Publican Quality Meats’ (PQM) storefront case.
Charcuterie at its most delectable! PQM makes its quality meats on-site.
PQM's basement butcher shop serves all of Paul Kahan's famed restaurants around Chicago.
A close-up of fresh bread and sliced salumi on the counter at PQM.
Executive chef Dave Beran transported Next restaurant diners to Paris 1906 with this glorious duck dish.
Andrew prepares to dig-in at Next restaurant.
Skewered, fresh ayu (sweetfish) about to be grilled by Next restaurant's executive chef Dave Beran, as he brainstorms his Kyoto menu.
Korean melon seeds are very small and the melon skin is very thin. Some folks eat every last bite.
Close-up of El Ideas’ caviar dish, served without silverware so diners are required to lick their plates!
The inside of Rare Tea Cellar looks like a combination of a mad scientist's laboratory and what could have been Indiana Jones' storage space.
Exotic tea sampling at Rare Tea Cellar with master tea blender Rodrick Markus and El Ideas’ executive chef Phillip Foss.
The newest innovation in vacuum brewers -- this one heats up with a halogen lamp.
Ready-to-eat hot, authentic Korean food is made on-site and available at Chicago's Joong Boo Market.
This fresh Mebachi tuna will cost a restaurant about $1,000 (Andrew's expert butchering not included).
Behind this storefront is one of the biggest seafood distribution operations in the Midwest.
Bizarre Foods America: Chicago's Cutting Edge
Andrew's Top 5 for Chicago 03:47
Chicago's Birrieria Zaragoza 02:46
Chicago's Supreme Lobster 01:46
Chicago's EL Ideas restaurant 03:40
Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations
9am | 8c
10am | 9c
11am | 10c
Open Area 51 Files & Patriots Jet Team, Domestic Drones, Marijuana Farms
12pm | 11c
JFK 50th, Toxic Waste Scare, Quiet Zone
1pm | 12c
D.B. Cooper, Missing Mustangs, Bayou Sinkhole
2pm | 1c
Mysteries at the Museum
East River Blowout and The Day it Rained Meat
3pm | 2c
Cinder Woman, Milgram Experiment
4pm | 3c
Asylum Poisoning, Naked Joe, The Mad Bomber
5pm | 4c
Man v. Food
5:30pm | 4:30c
Cleveland’s Tumor, Man-Eating Lions, Meteorite
6pm | 5c
Son of a Gun, Whale Rescue and Bottle Popping
7pm | 6c
7:30pm | 6:30c
Outlaw Marshal, 76 Days Adrift, Diamond Hoax
8pm | 7c
9pm | 8c
Mysteries at the Hotel
Vampire Outbreak, US Traitor, Corporate Retreat
10pm | 9c
Damascus Missile, Eye in the Sky and Soapy Smith
11pm | 10c
12am | 11c
1am | 12c
2am | 1c
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Time Traveling with Brian Unger