Bizarre Foods America: Houston Pictures

From the range to coastal waters, Houston is a diverse city bursting with a mix of flavors. Andrew gets a taste of Texas in roasted buffalo, raw trash fish and Viet-Cajun crawfish.

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A successful morning duck hunting on Oyster Bayou, outside of Houston.

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