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Bizarre Foods America

Bizarre Foods America


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Plot Synopsis

In this spinoff series of BIZARRE FOODS WITH ANDREW ZIMMERN, Andrew Zimmern -- dining columnist at Minneapolis-St. Paul Magazine -- ditched his passport and explored the bizarre foods and cultures in the United States. When the series returned for its third season on Monday, February 11, 2013 at 9pm ET, Andrew continued his tour of America, starting with Washington D.C. and then continuing to Alaska's Inside Passage, Baltimore and the Chesapeake, Chicago, Denver and Wisconsin. Zimmern once again continued his tour of America when BIZARRE FOODS AMERICA returned for its fourth season on Monday, July 1, 2013 at 9pm ET/PT. In Season 4, Andrew revealed pig-head tamales and steamed chicken embryo in "Hidden Los Angeles"; dried octopus bile sac and crispy pork intestine in "Undiscovered Hawaii"; and much more bizarre food, like stingray tacos, pan-fried duck testicles, and nutria stew. In Season 5 of BIZARRE FOODS AMERICA, Andrew visited: America's Garden State to taste everything from Filipino favorites to an iconic local breakfast meat; Pittsburgh, for old world favorites such as stuffed cabbage and braunschweiger to cutting-edge goat heart tartare; Virginia, to taste cicadas and cownose rays; Toronto, to sample horse heart and flipper pie; and many more locales across North America. BIZARRE FOODS returned for a sixth season on Monday, March 24, 2014 at 9pm ET/PT on Travel Channel. Andrew continues to expand outside the United States, as he visits cities in North and South America. In the season premiere, Andrew takes viewers to Alaska's Copper River Basin where Zimmern meets the Charley family, a group of Native Americans who live the traditional life of the Ahtna Tribe. In subsequent episodes, Andrew samples grilled octopus in Vancouver, Canada; fried tail of caiman (an alligator-like creature) in Cartagena, Columbia; a frog smoothie in Lima, Peru; rattlesnake paella from Ft. Worth, Texas; barbequed iguana legs in the Florida Keys; grilled sandhill crane in Nashville, Tennessee; and an uncurdled tofu soup in Atlanta, Georgia.


Production & Distribution

  • Produced by Tremendous! Entertainment