Andrew Zimmern samples some of the most outrageous food creations at the Texas State Fair, including nitrogen frozen dessert, chocolate bacon and fried alligator. Andrew also gets a behind-the-scenes tour of ...Go to Episode
Check out the largest fair in the United States. Taste a kebab with alligator meat and an assortment of deep-fried foods, including fried Coca-Cola.
3921 Martin Luther King Blvd., Dallas, TX
This western bistro is located in the heart of Texas.
2406 North Main St., Fort Worth, TX
Andrew Zimmern learns about all the intriguing space food that astronauts eat.
2101 NASA Parkway #1, Houston, TX
Check out a classic Western barbecue in central Texas. These guys know how to grill tasty food, including lamb breast, wild dove wrapped in bacon and smoked sweetbreads on a skewer.
Gregory Ranch Rd., Morgan, TX
Andrew heads to the Texas-Mexico border to hunt Javelina (aka skunk pigs).
3204 Windmill Rd., Laredo, TX
Mac and Ernie's Roadside Eatery
Andrew heads to this roadside shack for some hometown flavor in Tarpley, deep in the heart of Texas Hill Country.
Live Oaks Drive-Thru
This family-run restaurant churns out the best gorditas in Texas.
128 South High St., Uvalde, TX 78821
Head to this bar in San Antonio to taste a funky appetizer called piloncillo -- whipped goat cheese coated with brown sugar, chili caramel and bitter orange juice.
328 E. Josephine St., San Antonio, TX
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