Andrew visits Boston to prove that a city steeped in American history can also be a breeding ground for new food trends. He meets an interesting group of Harvard scientists, a Cambodian family that injects ...Go to Episode
Fishing for Dogfish
Andrew joins local fishermen on the Massachusetts Bay to catch some spiny dogfish. Afterwards, he meets a local chef, and eats raw fetal shark pups and pan-fried spiny dogfish.
Massachusetts Bay, Marblehead, MA
Maria's Pastry Shop
Andrew visits Boston's North End, an Italian neighborhood, where he several places, including this restaurant. He eats cannoli and sfogiatelle.
46 Cross Street, The North End, Boston, MA 02113
Andrew’s next stop is at this little shop that's been selling imported, handmade Italian meats and cheese for 50 years.
151 Richmond Street, Boston, MA 02113
The Daily Catch
This family-owned, no-thrills restaurant serves whatever came in fresh within the last 24 hours. Andrew eats skate, served with stone clams, on the half shell, and pasta made with flour and squid ink.
323 Hanover Street, Boston, MA 02113
Andrew visits Lowell, MA, the second largest Cambodian population in the US. He eats a Cambodian meal, which includes rice porridge, crispy intestines and prohak.
26 Lincoln Street #4, Lowell, MA 01851
Cambodian Family Meal
Andrew’s guide Duey Kol takes him to the home of a Cambodian family for a traditional Cambodian dinner. He eats yao hurn, fermented fish, beef and tripe soup, tripe salad and toasted silkworms.