Andrew Zimmern eats his way through history on Bizarre Foods, Tuesdays at 9/8c.
Andrew Zimmern is dusting off his passport to crisscross the globe in search of the world's most bizarre foods.
Andrew Zimmern travels to the Faroe Islands, a mysterious Nordic wonderland. He dives into frigid waters for giant horse mussels, feasts on a fermented sheep's head and eats seagulls scooped from the ocean.
In this episode, instead of crisscrossing the globe in search of authenticity, Andrew decides to head to his hometown – New York City. He makes food stops in Chinatown, Brighton Beach and Red Hook, where he meets up with Anthony Bourdain to swap travel stories.
Haggis, neeps and tatties, cockles and whelks -- it's either the start of a unique nursery rhyme or a list of some of the more unusual foods Andrew experiences on his journey through the UK.
Andrew takes a slow drive across America's Gulf Coast in hopes of filling up on everything from pig guts to water rodents and raccoons. It's a journey filled with soul, seasoned with Cajun favorites and scooped up with a few servings of classic Creole creations.
Andrew Zimmern pulls back the curtain on the LA food scene, sampling fried fish fins at a high-tech fish processor and learning the secret to the country's hottest hot sauce.
Andrew Zimmern heads to Hawaii's Big Island, far from the tourist-filled beaches. He pulls huge freshwater prawns out of hidden streams, harvests abalone from an aquaculture farm, and feasts on tuna eyeballs at a local grocery store.
It's part of the Alaskan culture to eat every part of every animal, and Andrew sits down to take a bite of everything in front of him, regardless of how it smells, including fermented fish heads, jellied moose nose, reindeer pizza and whitefish ice cream.
Andrew is off to Taiwan, a land home to dramatic geography such as waterfalls, mountains and natural hot springs. The national dish here is one that makes an appearance before you even see it. It's called stinky tofu, and Andrew can't wait to try it!
Andrew visits Vietnam to try a cuisine influenced by the Chinese and the French. He samples 7 courses of snake in Le Mat Village and picks up a shredded pig's ear spring roll while strolling through the street market in Hanoi.
Andrew samples the culinary delights of Bolivia, including fish carpaccio, bull penis soup and mochochinchi (aka booger juice). He participates in a llama fetus burning ceremony and watches women flex their muscles in a wrestling match.
Andrew heads to Iceland, the land of fire and ice, complete with glaciers, hot springs, geysers and volcanoes. Look beyond the natural wonders, and you'll find the food is also out of this world.
Get ready to challenge all your pre-conceived notions of Russian life. Andrew's taking a culinary tour through St. Petersburg, the cultural capitol of Russia.
Andrew takes viewers to the place he calls home: Minnesota. From sampling a deep-fried candy bar to eating the Scandinavian delicacy lutefisk, he shows us why Minnesota's traditional cuisine is far from ordinary.