Andrew uncovers unique food traditions in the great state of Arizona, where the spirit of the Wild West still lives strong today. From native traditions of the Navajo to the New Agers' approach to food, this ...Go to Episode
Taqueria Pico de Gallo
Andrew visits this local institution known for its authentic Sonoran food. He samples some intense-flavored menudo made with beef tripe, tendons and hominy.
2618 S. 6th Ave., South Tucson, AZ 85713
Maico Taco Stand
While in South Tucson Andrew makes a quick stop at a taco stand serving Sonoran comfort food. He samples delicious menudo and goat stew called birria.
835 E 22nd St, South Tucson, AZ 85713
Andrew eats carne seca at this upscale Sonoran eatery in Tucson. The dried beef is cooked in the hot sun on the roof-top of the restaurant.
311 N. Court Ave. Tucson, AZ 85701
Nogales Hot Dogs
Andrew tastes a Sonoran hot dog, a specialty served out of a food truck at a Phoenix parking lot. It's a bacon-wrapped hot dog loaded with beans, onions tomatoes, guacamole and cheese.
1945 East Indian School, Phoenix, AZ 85016
Andrew checks out the raw and vegan food scene at this restaurant in Sedona. He drinks kombucha, a foul smelling tea made from fermented bacteria.
3190 W. Hwy 89A, Sedona, AZ 86336
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