Andrew Zimmern explores ancient foodways that are vanishing due to modern life.
Andrew's in Jerusalem, for cow udder, turkey testicles and octopus.
Andrew tours Kansas City for pig snoots, backyard woodchuck and BBQ.
Andrew heads to Amsterdam for insect-filled nuggets and pig head terrine.
With many dishes, spoilage is a good thing and letting food rot can work wonders! From decayed lamb in the Faroe Islands to 32-year-old Korean bean paste to Peruvian rotten potato cheese, Andrew samples rotten food from around the world.
Andrew does his part to help restore the planet's natural balance one meal at a time. From tossing rocks at pigeons in Virginia to bowfishing carp in Minnesota, Andrew combats nature's most troublesome pests with a knife and fork!
The best food experiences are often served with a side of adrenaline. From midnight spearfishing in the Alaskan wilderness to eating poisonous vipers in Philadelphia, Andrew goes out of his comfort zone to find the best bites.
Andrew heads to Oaxaca, Mexico for goat soup, cow heart, ants and more.
Andrew shares more of the unforgettable moments from the road that never made it into the show. From eating pig brain in Vietnam to sipping honey water in Mexico, these never-before-seen moments are too good to miss!
Andrew learns the secrets behind strong family food businesses around the world.