In his 10th year eating his way around the world for Travel Channel, Andrew Zimmern travels across the United States to find the least known and most loved regional specialities that America has to offer for the latest season of Bizarre Foods. From Southern California barbecue to Finnish sweetbreads in the Midwest, get ready to dig into these appetizing local dishes.
What's it really like to travel the country in search of the best regional eats? We went to the source himself. Check out Andrew's picks of his best personal shots while filming season 9 of Bizarre Foods, premiering Jan. 31.
Insect eats aren't just for intrepid world travelers; some of the best (think Oaxacan grasshoppers, sashimi-grade water bugs and even delicate ant-powder desserts) can be found right here in the States.
Go on a world tour of the most interesting eats from Senegal to Shanghai, as seen in season 8 of Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern.
From spoiled shark meat to deep-fried tarantulas, here are 10 local delicacies that require an acquired taste.
From Paris to Croatia, check out pictures from Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern as he heads around the world.
Andrew Zimmern travels to San Antonio for a great time with the locals, all while indulging in Tex-Mex cuisine with a Southern style.
Go behind the scenes with Andrew in Peru as he wrestles giant paiche fish, indulges in grilled coconut grubs and more.
Andrew Zimmern travels to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, where the city’s streets come alive with food vendors. Go behind the scenes with Andrew and get his take on the city.
Andrew Zimmern heads to Panama City, Panama, one of the world's crossroads, for a Cantonese lunch, fried rice at Kwang Chow Restaurant and much more