Andrew Zimmern travels across the globe to try the world’s most exotic foods. He visits markets and restaurants to sample incredible and whacky cuisines.
Andrew Zimmern retraces the footsteps of Lewis and Clark in the Pacific Northwest. He tries Pacific lampreys, forages for barnacles and harvests sea salt.
Andrew explores the cuisine of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Dishes include pork shoulder cooked underground, hearty pasties and whitefish from Lake Superior.
Andrew goes on a Southern BBQ Trail. He eats dry-aged brisket in Atlanta, liver nip dumplings in South Carolina, and raccoon hash in Georgia.
Andrew samples foods that have sustained soldiers and civilians since the Civil War. Dishes include barbecued raccoon, squirrel stew and tooth-cracking hard tack.
Andrew is on Route 66 to explore the iconic eats along the highway. He eats paddlefish roe, tries ranch dressing soda and judges a calf fry cook-off.
Andrew cruises up America's most scenic highway. He goes hagfish fishing, eats the reproductive organs of sea urchins and forages for molluscs.
Andrew follows Mark Twain's path down the Mississippi River for a taste of Americana. He tries frog legs, hunts wood duck and samples fish ribs.
Andrew heads south to explore Louisiana's Cajun country. He dines on blood sausage, feral hog meat and crab, as well as chewy ginger cakes and seafood gumbo.