Bizarre Foods America: Pittsburgh:Catfish & Kishka

Go behind the scenes with Andrew Zimmern, as he finds out what Pittsburgh is cooking up -- from old-world favorites like stuffed cabbage and braunschweiger to cutting-edge goat heart tartare.

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Andrew Zimmern holds up a slice of krakowska, a Polish cold cut made from cuts of lean pork, at Pittsburgh' S&D Polish Deli.

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