Andrew Zimmern makes a trip to the Ozarks where people still live off the land, and combine old traditions with new techniques with foods like fried rabbit legs, black bear cracklins and bacon-wrapped crow breast.Go to Episode
Beagling for Rabbits
Andrew Zimmern is invited to go out for an early morning rabbit hunt with a group of hunters and their beagles. After the successful hunt, the rabbit is prepared for fried rabbit kidneys and rabbit legs.
Private land along the Trail of Tears in Maysville, AR
Andrew meets Thuan Van Phan, a Vietnamese immigrant who uses a homemade motorized wheelbarrow to catch catfish in the Arkansas River.
Arkansas River, Sallisaw, OK
Gigging for Suckers
Andrew Zimmern joins a group of Ozark sucker fishermen as they take part in a gigging tournament and fish fry. After the catch, the sucker filets are coated in cornmeal and fried.
On the Elk River near Noel, MO
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