TV Schedule

Tuesday, May 30

8:00
AM
Episode 308

Bert tackles Michigan's top thrills, such as a backyard "Abusement Park."

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9:00
AM
Episode SP25

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.

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10:00
AM
Episode SP14

Andrew looks back on some of the memorable foods he's eaten raw during his travels. From Elk heart to horse mane to buffalo breast, Andrew has found that enjoying some of the freshest foods means there's No Cooking Required.

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11:00
AM
Episode SP31

Andrew Zimmern rolls up his sleeves to experience the effort behind some Bizarre Foods favorites. From the factory making Sriracha to a restaurant creating bird nest soup, the business of food takes work.

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12:00
PM
Episode 207

In a city celebrated for its beloved beverages, Dublin, Ireland's food does not disappoint! Andrew Zimmern examines edible Irish icons from smoked salmon, soda bread, and stew to boxty, black pudding, and of course, Guinness!

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12:30
PM
Episode 103

In the city of love, Andrew Zimmern explores the delicious delicacies of Paris, France; from the indulgent steak frites and the croque monsieur, to the baked croissant and baguette, to the sweet macarons and savory crepes.

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1:00
PM
Episode 424

Andrew Zimmern highlights the thrilling favorites of Bangkok. From spicy tom yum goong soup and pad Thai to fruity som tam and mango sticky rice, the vibrant flavors of Thailand come to life in every bite.

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1:30
PM
Episode 420

Andrew Zimmern explores classic Danish dishes in the city of Copenhagen. From seafood prepared in the New Nordic style to classics like marinated crown herring and pan-fried meatballs, he finds that Copenhagen is bursting with unique flavors.

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2:00
PM
Episode 509

Andrew Zimmern highlights iconic Berlin street foods such as currywurst and the Berliner jelly-filled doughnut. He also showcases paper-thin weiner schnitzel and the comfort foods of the German beer gardens in this capital city.

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2:30
PM
Episode 109

Andrew takes us to Barcelona, a coastal city that draws its edible inspiration directly from the mountains and sea. From tapas to crema Catalana, the foods of this Mediterranean city reflect history and culture in every bite.

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3:00
PM
Episode 423

Andrew Zimmern highlights Seoul's dynastic dining icons. From spicy stews to cure a hangover and icy buckwheat noodles to beat the heat to sweet beef and spicy fermented cabbage, Seoul cuisine is tradition with a tasty kick.

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3:30
PM
Episode 320

Andrew Zimmern unveils Sicily's edible icons. Known for artisanal comfort food such as crunchy fried rice balls, thick crust pizza, irresistibly creamy cannoli and a pasta that will make you sing, Sicilian cuisine is a timeless treasure made with classic Italian passion.

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4:00
PM
Episode 403

Andrew highlights San Diego's sun-soaked cuisine, served surfside. The laid-back beach town is known for its Mexican-inspired fish tacos, octopus tostadas, Filipino chicken adobo, So-Cal monster burritos, and a globally-loved hometown salad.

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4:30
PM
Episode 426

Andrew Zimmern explores the iconic foods of Bali, where the dishes are rooted in tradition and ceremony. Featured foods include suckling pig cooked all day on a rotisserie, spicy wok-fried rice and whole slow-roasted duck.

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5:00
PM
Episode 523

Naples may be the birthplace of pizza, but it's also home to delightful traditional dishes. From flaky pastries stuffed with ricotta and dried fruit to meaty ragu and stewed octopus, Andrew Zimmern shows why Naples is a delicious destination.

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5:30
PM
Episode 520

Andrew Zimmern reveals the foods of Santorini. Bursting with beauty and culinary icons of near-mythical proportion, the Greek island is home to tomato fritters, lamb fricassee and nautical delicacies like grilled octopus.

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6:00
PM
Episode 603

Andrew heads to the heart of Central Asia to visit Kazakhstan where many people still hold tight to the ways of the past. Although a large portion of the country's population lives in the modern, big cities, many people still have strong ties reaching back to the days when nomadic tribes crisscrossed the land in Silk Road caravans. From hunting rabbits with golden eagles to squeezing fresh milk from a horse and drinking it, Andrew gets a firsthand look at just how they keep the old ways alive. To kick off Andrew's Kazakh adventure, he and BBC reporter Rayhan Demytrie travel to the foothills of the Tien Shan Mountains to meet Nasir Mametov and his family. The day begins with the entire family pitching in to dispatch and prepare a whole sheep for a traditional meal. After sampling the family's kaurdak dish, sheep organs, cut up and quick-fried in lamb fat, Andrew, Rayhan, Nasir and his grandson Khurmet head out the steppe. There, in true nomadic spirit, the group participates in the exciting Kazakh ritual of hunting rabbits with Nasir's golden eagle Akbullak, and grills up the catch on a campfire. Back at Nasir's home, the meal is ready and the family serves sirne: meat and vegetables cooked inside the sheep stomach, boiled sheep's head, and sheep's brain - reserved for grown-ups only! A far ways from the open steppe, Andrew and Rayhan head downtown to Almaty's Green Bazaar Market. From the outside, the market looks bland and industrial, but the inside is a surprising and beautiful collage of local and international foods. Andrew and Rayhan peruse the varied offerings and eat dried apricots, horse intestine sausage, fresh pomegranate juice, sour camel's milk, a giant milk curd covered with sesame seeds, fresh goat cheese dipped in kaymak, and locally-grown apples. To experience firsthand Kazakhstan's obsession with all things milk, Andrew visits the Ayatkhan family dairy farm: a small business that produces a variety of traditional Kazakh foods. After tasting another version of kaurdak, Andrew tries his hand at milking a horse, but the mare doesn't make it easy for him and he gets a kick in the process! Andrew samples the milk as fresh as it comes - right from the teat! He also samples kumiss (fermented mare's milk), kurt (curdled, dried milk), lamb roasted inside a steel dairy canister full of hot rocks, braised horsemeat, and more curdled milk! Once a way station on the Silk Road, modern Kazakhstan has become an ethnic mixing bowl with more than 131 nationalities. Andrew sees this for himself in the Gory Gigant neighborhood: a hotbed for Uzbek cuisine and different restaurants all named "Uzbechka." While many "Uzbechkas" in the area cook central Asian food in the Uzbek style, Andrew and Rayhan visit the best one. Andrew takes a stab at hand-stretching noodles, devours a plate of plov, (a dish made with fried sheep butt fat, vegetables and ground lamb over rice), and tastes a dish called laghman that originated in China. To a surprising extent, it's food that's connecting Kazakhstan with its heritage. In the cities and out on the steppe, people are proud to be eating like their ancestors did, and sharing it with traditional nomadic hospitality.

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7:00
PM
Episode 404

Andrew explores the bold flavors of Dallas and Fort Worth, including the traditional and the unexpected. Featured foods include cow head roasted underground, a Thai meal made with chicken feet and water bugs, and goat meat stew!

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8:00
PM
Episode 407

Andrew explores the edible icons of Taipei, Taiwan, a place where the dumplings can be dangerous and who you share the meal with is as important as the meal itself. He uncovers this capital city's best regional favorites like crab hot pot, pork dumpling soup and stinky tofu.

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8:30
PM
Episode 412

Andrew Zimmern reveals iconic flavors of the culinary paradise of Santiago, Chile. Andrew learns about some of Santiago's signature dishes such as Asado a la Parrilla, Pastel de Jaiba and Chacarero.

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9:00
PM
Episode 512

Andrew Zimmern samples some of the best cuisine St. John's, Newfoundland, has to offer. From succulent blue mussels steamed in local beer and creamy cod au gratin to hearty moose stew and savory rabbit pie, these Canadian eats showcase Newfoundland's storied history of fishing and hunting.

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9:30
PM
Episode 605

Andrew Zimmern reveals the most iconic foods of Chiang Mai, Thailand. From coconut curry soup to a signature sausage with pork and chile paste, fish roasted in banana leaves to minced pork salad, the northern city has a regional cuisine unlike any other, boasting salty and bitter flavors, fresh vegetables and thriving rice crops.

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10:00
PM
Episode 522

From saffron-tinted risotto and warming minestrone to impossibly fluffy, fruity panettone, Andrew Zimmern shows how Milan's rich and refined dishes have earned a place in the international culinary cannon.

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10:30
PM
Episode 609

Andrew Zimmern reveals the iconic eats of Asheville, North Carolina. The eclectic food city features tangy barbecue, decadent sweet potato pie, mouthwatering fried chicken, succulent rainbow trout and giant soft-dough biscuits with savory gravy.

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11:00
PM
Episode 209

Known as The City of Saints, Montreal, Canada is blessed with a cuisine formed by global flavors. From poutine to smoked meat to hand-rolled bagels, Andrew Zimmern digs in to the iconic eats that keep the hungry heading to Quebec.

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11:30
PM
Episode 110

As the proud capital of Bavaria - and beer-drinking - Munich has built a cuisine around hearty dishes meant to stick to the bones. From schnitzel and spätzle to knöedel and cake, Andrew Zimmern reveals Munich's festival of foods!

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12:00
AM
Episode 512

Andrew Zimmern samples some of the best cuisine St. John's, Newfoundland, has to offer. From succulent blue mussels steamed in local beer and creamy cod au gratin to hearty moose stew and savory rabbit pie, these Canadian eats showcase Newfoundland's storied history of fishing and hunting.

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12:30
AM
Episode 605

Andrew Zimmern reveals the most iconic foods of Chiang Mai, Thailand. From coconut curry soup to a signature sausage with pork and chile paste, fish roasted in banana leaves to minced pork salad, the northern city has a regional cuisine unlike any other, boasting salty and bitter flavors, fresh vegetables and thriving rice crops.

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1:00
AM
Episode 522

From saffron-tinted risotto and warming minestrone to impossibly fluffy, fruity panettone, Andrew Zimmern shows how Milan's rich and refined dishes have earned a place in the international culinary cannon.

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1:30
AM
Episode 609

Andrew Zimmern reveals the iconic eats of Asheville, North Carolina. The eclectic food city features tangy barbecue, decadent sweet potato pie, mouthwatering fried chicken, succulent rainbow trout and giant soft-dough biscuits with savory gravy.

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2:00
AM
Episode 209

Known as The City of Saints, Montreal, Canada is blessed with a cuisine formed by global flavors. From poutine to smoked meat to hand-rolled bagels, Andrew Zimmern digs in to the iconic eats that keep the hungry heading to Quebec.

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2:30
AM
Episode 110

As the proud capital of Bavaria - and beer-drinking - Munich has built a cuisine around hearty dishes meant to stick to the bones. From schnitzel and spätzle to knöedel and cake, Andrew Zimmern reveals Munich's festival of foods!

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3:00
AM
Episode 407

Andrew explores the edible icons of Taipei, Taiwan, a place where the dumplings can be dangerous and who you share the meal with is as important as the meal itself. He uncovers this capital city's best regional favorites like crab hot pot, pork dumpling soup and stinky tofu.

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3:30
AM
Episode 412

Andrew Zimmern reveals iconic flavors of the culinary paradise of Santiago, Chile. Andrew learns about some of Santiago's signature dishes such as Asado a la Parrilla, Pastel de Jaiba and Chacarero.

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Tuesday, May 30

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