On Location With Michael Voltaggio

Host and chef Michael Voltaggio shares his favorite pictures from his travels while filming Breaking Borders .

Photo By: Michael Voltaggio

Photo By: Michael Voltaggio

Photo By: Michael Voltaggio

Photo By: Michael Voltaggio

Photo By: Michael Voltaggio

Photo By: Michael Voltaggio

Photo By: Michael Voltaggio

Photo By: Michael Voltaggio

Photo By: Michael Voltaggio

Photo By: Michael Voltaggio

Photo By: Michael Voltaggio

Photo By: Michael Voltaggio

Photo By: Michael Voltaggio

Photo By: Michael Voltaggio

Photo By: Michael Voltaggio

Photo By: Michael Voltaggio

Photo By: Michael Voltaggio

Photo By: Michael Voltaggio

Caves of Ireland

Beautiful cave on the coast of Northern Ireland.

Breakfast in Belfast

The Ulster fry — "breakfast of champions" in Belfast! I was the only one to finish it!

Ireland's Rocky Surface

The Giant's Causeway on the coast in Northern Ireland. Interlocking rocks and columns of an old volcanic eruption.

When in Ireland, Drink Guinness

A great pint of Guinness at the Europa Hotel in Belfast, Northern Ireland. This is one of the most bombed hotels in the world. This gentleman has been here as a bartender through it all!

Traditional Meal in Sri Lanka

Curry I made in Sri Lanka.

Sri Lankan Hoppers

So hooked on these hoppers, a traditional Sri Lankan dish we had every morning for breakfast.

Meal Preparation

Washing before enjoying a meal at a Muslim wedding in Kashmir.

Lamb Kabobs

I made these Kashmiri lamb kabobs. It was an inspired meal.

Fresh Produce Along the River

These are the veggies from my morning produce shopping at the river markets in Kashmir.

Kashmir Kitchen

Wazwan chef's kitchen in Kashmir. Old school.

Meat Preparation

Wazwan chefs prepping the meat for the wedding meal.

Abandoned Kitchen in Cyprus

The kitchen of the abandoned Nicosia International Airport in Cyprus. This place was built to cook some serious food.

Mediterranean Sea Cuisine

Delicious meze of whitefish served to us for lunch on the Mediterranean Sea in Tripoli, Libya.

Mediterranean Lobster

Local lobster from the Mediterranean Sea for lunch in Byblos, Lebanon.

Byblos Greeter

This guy was welcoming guests in front of a restaurant in Byblos, one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world.

Meat Pies in Bosnia

Savory meat pies in Bosnia date back to the cuisines of the Ottoman Empire.

Traditional Bosnian Dish

Janjetina is a Bosnian dish of lamb that's slowly roasted over charcoal. We pulled over on the side of the road to sample these beauties.

Bosnia's Underground

This underground tunnel was used by Bosnians to sneak food and supplies into Sarajevo during the war. Imagine carrying up to 100 pounds while hunched over and walking the length of a football field.

Next Up