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Every traveler wants to try a crepe in Paris, gelato in Florence, Italy, or a po'boy in New Orleans. But how many really know where those dishes came from or how they are made? Andrew Zimmern digs into the not-to-be-missed legendary foods that define a location.
Andrew introduces the modern city of Kanazawa, Japan, that's filled with deep traditions. From regionally fished Kano crab to sushi built using aged rice and fresh seafood, he explores tantalizing eats that are unspoiled by international tourism.
As the proud capital of Bavaria — and beer drinking — Munich has built a cuisine around hearty dishes meant to stick to the bones. From schnitzel and spaetzle to kneidel and cake, Andrew Zimmern reveals Munich's festival of foods!
Andrew Zimmern unveils must-have eats in Birmingham, Alabama. This southern city cherishes soul food classics like fried catfish and hushpuppies, barbecued chicken slathered in sauce, crunchy fried green tomatoes and refreshingly cool pie.
Andrew Zimmern explores the classic tastes of Tel Aviv. Rich in Middle-Eastern tradition, the Israeli city's food is a modern reflection of an ancient culture, featuring crispy falafel and savory schnitzel to world-renowned hummus and sweet malabi.
Andrew Zimmern reveals iconic flavors of the culinary paradise of Santiago, Chile. Andrew learns about some of Santiago's signature dishes such as Asado a la Parrilla, Pastel de Jaiba and Chacarero.
Andrew dives in to the laid-back eats of Santa Monica, California. Boasting miles of coastline, Santa Monica is home to spicy seafood soup, Chinese chicken salad, Tsukemen and many other dishes any seafood lover could want.
Andrew explores the alluring eats of Phuket, Thailand, an island paradise with bountiful natural gifts, aromatic flavors and multicultural cuisine. From spicy crab curry to sweet, crispy street snacks, Phuket's gastronomy is a feast for the senses.
Andrew Zimmern explores the iconic dishes of Charleston, SC. Known for its low country culinary style and high-class hospitality, this charming city offers coastal classics like shrimp and grits, she-crab soup and, of course, barbecue.
Andrew highlights San Diego's sun-soaked cuisine, served surfside. The laid-back beach town is known for its Mexican-inspired fish tacos, octopus tostadas, Filipino chicken adobo, So-Cal monster burritos, and a globally-loved hometown salad.
From saffron-tinted risotto and warming minestrone to impossibly fluffy, fruity panettone, Andrew Zimmern shows how Milan's rich and refined dishes have earned a place in the international culinary cannon.
Andrew Zimmern unveils Mumbai's multicultural flavors and addictive ingredients. A city built on chaos, hard work and multicultural melding, Mumbai showcases its history through its delicious eateries. The city's edible icons include deep-fried fish and prawns, saucy goat over rice and vegetarian dishes from puffed rice salad to spicy potato mashups.
Andrew explores the legendary and timeless cuisine of Lyon, France. The flavors of pike fish dumplings, breaded beef tripe and pink pralines have all helped Lyon earn the title "World Capital of Gastronomy." Andrew discovers the traditions and great food that earn chefs in this 2000-year-old city national treasure status.
Andrew explores the frontier fare of Denver, Colorado. From classic game meats remade for the modern palette to the signature green chili sauce of Den-Mex cuisine, Denver has become the region's cultural hub with an abundance of top-shelf food.
Andrew Zimmern highlights the iconic foods that have built the Motor City. From Middle Eastern shawarma and soul food classics to Detroit-style pizza and city chicken, Detroit offers up an array of unique flavors!
Andrew Zimmern unveils the favorite flavors of Louisville, KY. This historic town balances country classics like the Hot Brown and burgoo stew with ingenious icons like derby pie and mutton barbecue for a true taste of Americana.
From the blistering "Hot Pot" and fiery Mapo Tofu to spicy Kung Pao Chicken, Andrew Zimmern explores the famous scorching dishes that make Chengdu, China, a delicious destination.
Andrew Zimmern digs in to Panama City's classic tastes inspired by the blended cultures that make up the capital city's population. From fried whole fish and plantains to citric ceviche and yucca fritters packed with steak, the Latin flair of this multicultural city seasons every dish.
Andrew Zimmern visits NYC specifically to scope out Queens' multicultural gastronomy. From hand-ripped noodles to spicy Thai stir-fries, grilled Greek octopus to kosher icons like pastrami on rye, Queens is an abundance of edible diversity.
Andrew Zimmern takes a culinary tour of Aruba, where the climate is as warm as the people. He indulges in local favorites like hearty Dutch pea soup, comforting yet elegant seafood cazuela and sweet, buttery cashew cake.
From piping-hot fried dumplings and handmade egg noodles to veggie-stuffed flatbread and curried swordfish, Andrew Zimmern showcases the flavorful fusions of the island paradise of Mauritius.
Andrew Zimmern takes a culinary tour of the Dominican Republic, a meat-lover's paradise. From whole roast pig and crispy, Lebanese-inspired fried dough pockets to beef and plantain casseroles, Dominican gastronomy is full of surprises.
Boston is the heart of New England, the birthplace of American independence and home to so many delicious foods that it calls for more than one visit! Andrew Zimmern explores the flavors of Boston neighborhoods, from black pasta found in the north end's Little Italy to the bay neighborhood's fresh Irish fish and chips and seafood stew made with all local ingredients. He also satisfies his sweet tooth with a local favorite, a giant, flaky pastry filled with vanilla custard and whipped cream.
Andrew Zimmern explores the landscape and cuisine of the island of Bermuda, a 21-square-mile British territory with Caribbean soul. He finds native dishes ranging from fish chowder and jerk chicken to spiny lobster and cassava pie, all reflecting the island's diverse population that includes Jamaican immigrants and descendants of slaves from the West Indies.
Andrew Zimmern visits Kansas City, where he finds a thriving arts and industrial hub with a small town vibe serving up treasured dishes. Barbecue is still the reigning king, but locals are also devoted to a swirled Croatian dessert bread and a locally-made marshmallow chocolate candy.
Andrew Zimmern looks at the diverse and monumental eats that define Washington, DC. Full of vibrant communities, DC boasts gastronomy that includes local oysters, Ethiopian chicken stew, spicy Chinese stir-fry and chili-smothered sausages.
Andrew takes a look at the hearty, simple and filling dishes of Frankfurt, Germany. Steeped in tradition and down-to-earth ingredients, Frankfurt's gastronomy showcases the city's regal history and lush natural resources. Andrew samples everything from the classic frankfurter and apple wine to pork shoulder with sauerkraut and hand cheese with music.