Join chef Andrew Zimmern as he takes a culinary tour through Morocco where he finds everything from lamb’s head to pigeon pie on the menu.
Join chef Andrew Zimmern as he takes a culinary tour through Morocco where he finds everything from lamb's head to pigeon pie on the menu.
Host Andrew Zimmern visits Madrid, where he eats at one of the world's oldest restaurants and Barcelona where he eats at El Bulli (voted the best restaurant in the world).
Host Andrew Zimmern visits eats at street vendors, local restaurants, and on the beach. Some of the more exotic foods he shares include deep-fried baby chickens.
Chef Andrew Zimmern visits numerous local eateries: a restaurant at the equator, a restaurant in the mountains, and a Saturday market.
Andrew Zimmern visits the places that started him on his bizarre foods quest and tastes items including tongue sandwich, maggots, tarantulas and cockroaches.
In Scotland, Andrew Zimmern visits a butcher's, goes hunting, and eats at a posh restaurant. In England, he visits London and the Cotswolds. He also goes to Wales.
Host Andrew Zimmern goes to America and visits four states to sample their traditional cuisine. His destinations include: Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida.
Host and chef Andrew Zimmern travels to the islands to dine on a variety of animals that swim, scamper or slither.
Host Andrew Zimmern explores the real Mexico beyond the tourist hot spots and tequila shots. Some of the edible treats include a variety of insects and larvae and fungus.
Alaskan culture demands that every part of the animal be used in the cuisine. Chef Andrew Zimmern samples delicacies including fish heads, moose nose and fish ice cream.
Although Taiwan's traditional cuisine does not smell great, it has lots of flavourful foods. Some of the items encountered include oyster omelette's and rooster testicles.
Andrew's trip to Vietnam includes a variety of exotic foods. Snake parts, pig's ears, silk worms and cat coffee are just a few of the strange tastes that await him.