Bizarre Foods America: St. Louis Pictures

From the neighborhood corner to the banks of the mighty Mississippi, Andrew searches St. Louis for its real flavor and finds it in fried Asian carp, pig heart pastrami and Bosnian minced beef links.

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Andrew Zimmern with the owners of Smoki O's in St. Louis
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Andrew is welcomed to St. Louis institution Smoki O's by owners Otis and Earline Walker, proud purveyors of snoots, or cured pig snouts.

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