Season 1, Episode 4
Andrew makes a visit to Boston, the city where American independence got its start and where people are still doing things their way, especially when it comes to the food. The city is known for its traditional fare, but it's also become a breeding ground for new, exciting food trends. From sliced pig's head in the city's north end to tripe salad and toasted silkworms with a Cambodian family in the suburbs, to learning how to turn sausage into a power in a Harvard classroom, Andrew gets a taste of old traditions and modern innovation as he samples the food in Boston.
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