Bizarre Foods America: Washington, DC Pictures
Andrew is in the nation's capital where he samples the unexpected: Blackened snakehead sandwiches, peanut butter with foie gras, scrapple at a neighborhood grill, and savory dishes from food trucks.Filed under:
Going back in time, Andrew visits America Eats Tavern, a pop-restaurant that was organized by restaurateur and chef Jose Andres and ended its year-long run on July 4, 2012. Andrew tried the vermicelli and parmesan pudding (circa 1802 Philadelphia), a forerunner to today's macaroni and cheese.
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