Andrew visits the Appalachian Mountains to get a taste of the region's culture and its food. The mountain range runs north to south touching more than a dozen states. The people still maintain the traditions ...Go to Episode
Andrew goes squirrel hunting in Cass, WV, and tastes some unique concoctions made out of the little critters at Ember's in Snowshoe, WV.
Snowshoe Mountain Resort, Soaring Eagle Blvd., Snowshoe, WV
Andrew samples good, old-fashioned cooking in Helvetia, WV, where Swiss cooking and traditions are still strong.
1 Main St., Helvetia, WV
Andrew heads to the annual Livermush Festival in Shelby, NC. Livermush, made out of ground-up pig parts, was invented here.
Traditional Cherokee Food
Andrew learns how to make some traditional Cherokee recipes on the Qualla Boundary Reservation in Cherokee, NC.
Andrew samples a few dishes made with a variety of mushrooms found in Asheville, NC.
20 Wall St., Asheville, NC
Andrew eats a real mountain meal and meets a descendent of the McCoy clan (from the infamous Hatfield-McCoy feud) in Pittman Center, TN.
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