Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern

Monday 10:00 PM on Travel Channel Premiered Feb 26, 2007 In Season




Episode Guide

    • Nicaragua
      Season 4 - Episode 8
      Andrew treks through Nicaragua, exploring its local indigenous cuisine.

      Among the dishes he samples are chanfina, iguana eggs, raw bull balls, armadillo, boa constrictor, jocote, cornbread, rundun, a dried seaweed drink, roasted iguana and maggot-infested cheese.
    • Most Memorable Moments
      Most Memorable Moments
      Season 1 - Episode 13
      Andrew reflects on Season 1. The look back will include his favorites, the moments he just couldn't stomach, and some interesting (never before seen) outtakes.
    • China - Beijing
      Season 2 - Episode 1
      Andrew enjoys the dynamic food scene in China's Beijing. This unique city has traditional food and east meets west. Andrew tries a diverse array of foods, from imperial cuisine to common hot pot street food.
      Some of the food Andrew samples include: cicadas, grasshoppers, seahorses, donkey, shark's fin, camel's paw, pig's stomach lining and a variety of animal's penises.moreless
    • Gulf Coast
      Season 1 - Episode 5
      Andrew stays in America and visits four states. His destinations include: Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida.

      Some of the regional cuisine that Andrew tries: nutria (giant rat), squirrel, turducken, head cheese, pig's brains, fried pickles, mullet roe, and alligator.
    • Chile
      Season 2 - Episode 6
      This long and slender country has coastline, urban landscapes and rural countryside for Andrew to explore. Andrew tries abalone, cow udders, Chilean hot dogs, donkey milk, barnacles, black mussels, conger eel and bull penis and testicles.
    • Taiwan
      Season 1 - Episode 10
      Although Taiwan's traditional cuisine doesn't smell very appetizing, it has lots of flavorful foods. Some of Andrew's more exotic choices on this trip include: stinky tofu varieties, oyster omelette's, unlayed eggs, chicken uterus, geese tongue, rooster testicles, pig skin & intestines, fermented fish roe, and pigeon eggs.
    • Trinidad and Tobago
      Season 1 - Episode 7
      Andrew travels to the islands to dine on a variety of animals that swim, scamper or slither.
    • Delhi
      Season 2 - Episode 8
      For the last episode of the second season, Andrew heads to India for the cuisine of Delhi. In India, what you eat depends on your religion and Andrew is determined to try as much as possible, including a 36 course meal. Andrew's trip has him trying a variety of delicacies, including: frothed milk with silver foil, fruit sandwich, brain curry, liver stew, goat testicles, homemade yogurt drink, banana flowers and stems and a variety of lamb dishes.moreless
    • St. Petersburg
      Season 2 - Episode 3
      Andrew takes a cultural and culinary tour through the heart of Russia–St. Petersburg.
      Some of Andrew's more memorable foods include: pork tongue terrine, pickled vegetables, borscht, bear meat, lamprey and Russian caviar.
    • Asia
      Asia: Japan, Thailand, Malaysia
      Andrew visits a variety of places in this episode.
      Tokyo: Bars, fish market, sushi restaurant.
      Kobe: Farm
      Bangkok: Outdoor markets, Chinatown.
      Northern Thailand: Jungle markets, Spirulina farm, reserve.
      Malaysia: Roadside stall, shrimp paste business, Durian orchard.
      Andrews adventurous cuisine includes:

      Tokyo-- pig's testicles, frog's beating heart, live turtle (supon).
      Kobe-- beef.
      Bangkok-- Bird's nest soup, bugs.
      The hills of Thailand-- Spirulina, bats
      Malaysia-- Shrimp paste, Indian mutton, pulled tea, Durian.moreless
    • Puerto Rico
      Season 4 - Episode 9
      Andrew is on the beautiful Caribbean isle of Puerto Rico to explore, examine and taste its cultural cuisine.

      Among the dishes he tries is majorca, cocas, the algarroba fruit, caimetos, pork and rabbit, ceti, mofongo, guinea fowl meat, morcilla, gandinga, tripleto and sofrio.
    • Vietnam
      Season 1 - Episode 12
      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.
    • Iceland
      Season 2 - Episode 2
      Andrew travels to the land of fire and ice for a look at the amazing scenery and a taste of the delicious culinary delights.
      This week's featured foods include: rotted shark meat, cod, puffin, homemade cheese.
    • Philippines
      Season 1 - Episode 1
      While in the Philippines, Andrew visits Manila. While there, he eats at street vendors, local restaurants, and on the beach.
      Some of the more exotic foods he shares: balut (chicken fetuses), coconut grubs, mangrove worms, water crickets and deep-fried whole baby chickens.
    • South Korea
      Season 4 - Episode 2
      Andrew heads to South Korea for what he calls their under-appreciated cuisine.
      Among the dishes he tries is mussel clam scallop, octopus, kimchi, cheong, pork back soup, mudfish, oxtail, blood sausage, turtle soup, fugu and grilled eel.
    • United Kingdom
      Season 1 - Episode 6
      While traveling through the United Kingdom, Andrew indulges in traditional and cutting-edge cuisine. In Scotland, he visits a butcher shoppe, goes game hunting, and eats at an upper class restaurant. In England proper, he travels through London and the Cotswalds. He also makes a quick trip through Wales.

      Featured cuisine of the different regions include: haggis, pheasant, pigeon, ox heart, and jellied eels.moreless
    • Ecuador
      Season 1 - Episode 3
      Andrew visits numerous local eateries: a restaurant at the equator, a restaurant in the mountains, and a Saturday market. He also has more adventurous encounters with a local medicine man and searches for his own meal in the rain forest.
      Andrew's treats include: guinea pig, lemon ants, coconut grubs, and chicha.moreless
    • Sicily
      Season 3 - Episode 2
      Andrew heads to a tiny Italian island where they have their own food history, one that the residents are very proud of. Andrew dines on cow's stomach, mystery meat, cow spleen, sardine meatballs, beef cheeks, artichokes, chocolate rabbit, tuna eggs and sperm, and sea snails.
    • Goa, India
      Season 3 - Episode 3
      While India isn't known for its tropics or its beaches, the tiny state of Goa should be. Join Andrew as he explores the diverse cultures that blend in Goa to form a unique Indian state. Andrew tastes pickled mangoes, bora berries, pig organ sausage, pickled mackerel, vindaloo, fish roe cakes, Bombay duck (fish with bones), pomfret and prawns, chickpeas, chili fritters, pork stew with blood, and cow urine with herbs for weight loss.moreless
    • Hungary
      Season 6 - Episode 10
      Andrew samples classic and modern dishes from the often times overlooked European country.
    • Appalachia
      Season 4 - Episode 4
      Andrew travels through the mountains to get a taste of this unique food culture. Andrew tries squirrel, moonshine, pepper cookies, deer, onion pie, liver mush, sumac, trout, bear, chestnut bread, mushrooms, possum, and raccoon.
    • Los Angeles
      Season 3 - Episode 6
      Andrew travels in the US to Hollywood. LA's diversity in people, culture and food is perfect for Andrew to explore. Some of Andrew's bites include: head cheese, baby pig (including ears and eyes), scorpions, worms, ants, wheat grass, raw lasagna, Korean blood sausage, Korean pig organs, Okie bomb hot dog, monkfish liver with caviar, sea urchin, Santa Barbara shrimp sashimi, octopus, menudo, cactus, grasshoppers, flan, and some very special pizza.moreless
    • Japan
      Season 3 - Episode 13
      Andrew travels to Japan where the locals are all adventurous eaters. In Japan, some of the food Andrew tries includes: live river eels, raw blue fin tuna, poisonous stonefish, raw sea squirt, eel, tuna eyeballs, a variety of mayonnaise dishes, octopus egg, cucumber egg jerky, turtle blood cocktail, seafood and snake ice cream, pig's windpipe, cow uterus, raw horse meat, five year old sushi, goya fruit stir fry, squid ink soup, giant sea snail, sea snake, and raw goat testicles.moreless
    • Bolivia
      Season 2 - Episode 5
      Andrew takes an unforgettable trip through Bolivia, where he discovers witches, potatoes and even llamas. Some of Andrew's dishes include: lamb's kidneys, tripe, bull penis soup, llama brains and tongue, pickled pig's foot, lamb jerky, rotted potatoes, armadillo, fried fish and fish heads.
    • Minnesota
      Season 2 - Episode 4
      Andrew travels through an exotic land he knows well, his home state of Minnesota. From sophisticated to casual, Andrew tastes a variety of local cuisines.
      Some of Andrew's adventures this week include: a Scandinavian market, a lutefisk factory, Cyrus' town dinner, the Minnesota State Fair, a "food on a stick" taste test, a meat raffle, a Native American reservation, and a lot of Minnesota's local delicacies.moreless
    • Best Bites
      Season 1 - Episode 14
      This special reviews the high points of Season One, revisits Andrew's favorite guests, presents filmed bloopers, introduces new footage, and previews the new season.
    • Survival Special
      Season 4 - Episode 10
      Andrew is left alone in the Mexican jungle to forage for his own food. How long can he last and what will he eat?
    • Sexy Food
      Season 3 - Episode 14
      Andrew and friends display and discuss some of the sexiest foods from around the world. Does chocolate really have mysterious side effects? What is it about oysters? Why do some people consume the intimate parts of certain animals?
    • Uganda
      Season 3 - Episode 12
      Andrew visits with the friendly locals in the pearl of Africa. The food is simple and fresh. Some of the local delicacies include: lung fish, flying white ants, steamed green plantains, braised goat, grasshopper, squirrel, steamed goat innards, fish and chips, mixed grill barbecue, raw crocodile, and sugar cane rat.
    • Embassy Row
      Season 6 - Episode 16
      Andrew heads to Washington D.C. the capital of America and tours some popular countries embassies and samples their cultures and dining opportunities.
    • New York City
      Season 1 - Episode 11
      Andrew returns home to visit the places that started him on his bizarre foods quest. Andrew's culinary adventures this week include: tongue sandwich, chicken livers, octopus, live lobster sushi, moonshine, duck livers, pronghorn tenderloin, maggots, tarantulas, cockroaches, various bugs, goose intestine, jelly fish salad and duck feet.
    • Alaska
      Season 1 - Episode 9
      Alaskan culture demands that every part of the animal be used in the cuisine. Andrew samples such delicacies as: fish heads, moose nose, pizza with reindeer, and fish ice cream.
    • Hawaii
      Season 3 - Episode 8
      Andrew explores all of the wonderful local cuisine that Hawaii has to offer. He certainly looks beyond the typical tourist fare. Some of Andrew's dishes include: poi, octopus, raw bonefish, roasted pig, spam salad, spam sushi, pinapple spam upside down cake, wild boar na'au (organs and blood), lavender seasonings on lamb and fish, raw Maui onions, roasted goat, snails and fermented soy beans, and goat intestine soup.moreless
    • The Outback
      Season 4 - Episode 3
      Andrew travels through Australia to try all of the tasty treats the Outback has to offer. Some of his more bizarre foods this episode include: turtle, wallaby, raw crocodile eggs, green ants, termite mounds, crocodile, poisonous toad, emu and camel.
    • Chengdu
      Season 6 - Episode 11
      Andrew gets a taste of the hottest and best Chinese cuisine in the capitol of spicy Chinese food.
    • Spain
      Season 1 - Episode 4
      While in Spain, Andrew visits two of its most prominent cities. In Madrid, he eats at one of the world's oldest restaurants, a tapas bar, a market, and a ham museum. In Barcelona, he's treated in El Bulli (voted the best restaurant in the world) and a large, diverse food market.
      Some foods featured: bull testicles, baby eels, crickets, pine and seaweed gelees.moreless
    • Singapore
      Season 4 - Episode 6
      Andrew discovers that Singapore is a real melting pot of foods and cultures.
    • Eastern Australia
      Season 4 - Episode 5
      Andrew gets to enjoy the beauty of the great outdoors in Australia. Among the food he gets to try is kangaroo, bonong moths, emu, vegemite, tiger pie, mud pie, giant sea clams, sapote, green apples, coral trout, painted cray and spotty mackerel.
    • China - Guangzhou
      Season 2 - Episode 7
      Andrew makes his second trip to China, traveling to Guangzhou, a bizarre food Mecca. Here, he will see that almost anything that moves can be eaten.
      Some of Andrew's more bizarre bites include: chicken and duck feet, turtle soup, pigeon, scorpion, starfish, jellyfish salad, worm and hairy crab roe omelet, frog and fungus stir fry, and a variety of mushrooms and fungi.moreless
    • Phuket, Thailand
      Season 3 - Episode 1
      Andrew travels to the bustling beach town Phuket in the southern strip of Thailand and dines on the local seafood delicacies. Some of Andrew's delights are insects, squid jerky, stingray, wasp larvae, sea cicadas, flavored cashews, red weaver ants, forest lizards, fish stomach sauce, fish curry, and sea whelks.
    • Morocco
      Season 1 - Episode 2
      Andrew visits Marrakech. While there, he eats at an outdoor market, a smaller market and local restaurant, and a fish auction.
      Some of the more exotic foods include: calf's tongue, cow's heart, pancreas, k'lia (rotten meat), stingray, and calf's brains.
    • Texas
      Season 4 - Episode 7
      Texas has a wide variety of unique creations as Andrew visits NASA and the state fair of Texas. Andrew samples fried peanut butter sandwich, fried coca cola, fried pineapple, alligator, rabbit, rattlesnake, truffle mac & cheese, venison, freeze dried NASA meals, javelina, barbacoa, goat burgers, chicken fried steak, innards gorditas, caramel goat cheese, and barbecue.moreless
    • NYC:Will Work For Food
      Season 6 - Episode 15
      Andrew heads back to his New York roots and works in the preparation and service side of the food industry.
    • Rio De Janeiro
      Season 6 - Episode 18
      Andrew travels to Brazil to experience one of the worlds most hidden food cultures.
    • Paris
      Season 3 - Episode 5
      Andrew travels to Paris for bizarre European gourmet delights. Some of Andrew's adventurous eats include: organ terrine, tripe terrine, head cheese, lardo, pressed duck, blood sausage, pigeon, mustard, black footed ham, truffles, cheese, rabbit livers, bacon and eggs ice cream, lamb's tongue, sea urchin, and snail caviar.
    • Samoa
      Season 3 - Episode 4
      Andrew is an honored guest in the South Pacific when he visits the island of Samoa. From traditional ceremonies to deep sea fishing, Andrew discovers all the weird foods that the islands have to offer. Andrew tries sea slugs, pork sandwiches, mutton, eels, tuna heart, palolo (sea worms), yellowfin tuna, giant clam, tree sap, grubs and fruit bats.moreless
    • Mexico
      Season 1 - Episode 8
      Andrew explores the real Mexico beyond the tourist hot spots and tequila shots. Some of Andrew's treats include: a variety of insects and larvae, octopus, armadillo, Aztec and Incan cuisine, wild boar and fungus.
    • Hong Kong
      Season 6 - Episode 9
      Andrew travels to one of China's most unique provinces to enjoy the food and culture of the land split between an ancient Chinese and modern colonial identity.
    • Maine
      Season 3 - Episode 10
      Andrew visits the East Coast where residents are adventurous eaters of mostly local ingredients. Along the way Andrew tries sea cucumber, fiddleheads, beaver chili, ramps, stinging nettles soup, forest vegetable salad, lobster, whelks, an entire cod chowder (including cod sperm), monkfish head stew, june bugs (three ways), oysters, snails with marinated flounder roe, and moose terrine.moreless
    • Tanzania
      Season 4 - Episode 1
      Andrew visits the ancient cultures of Africa's Tanzania. Dishes he tries include: innards soup, boiled okra, animal blood drinks and clotted tissue, porridge with sour milk, Maasai barbecue, banana beer, bitter dirt banana-bean soup and blood soup.
    • Sardinia
      Season 6 - Episode 21
      Andrew explores the culture and cuisine of one of the most fascinating and diverse Mediterranean islands.
    • Finland
      Season 6 - Episode 17
      Andrew travels to Finland to see the old European world meet the new in unique ways.
    • Cambodia
      Season 5 - Episode 2

      Host Andrew Zimmerman travels to Cambodia to sample some of the local delicacies and cultural favorites. He visits local restaurants to sample the menu items and meets with local residents to see the types of foods they prefer and which eateries they recommend. He also searches for unique food items that are not consumed by most Americans.

    • Halloween Special
      Season 3 - Episode 7
      Andrew throws a very special Halloween party for his fans. The main attraction? Some terrifying treats and some great discussion about food.
    • Ethiopia
      Season 3 - Episode 9
      Andrew travels all over the African country of Ethiopia where food is often difficult to find. Still, he manages to find plenty of interesting dishes to try. In Africa, some of the bites Andrew tries include: enset or false banana plant dishes, raw beef (kickpa), cheese (ibe), unfiltered honey, crepes, ox intestine with goat stuffing, coffee, sorghum popcorn, raw camel meat, and raw camel kidneys.moreless
    • Indonesia
      Season 6 - Episode 12
      Andrew visits Indonesia where modern life still holds to ancient traditions.
    • Holiday Special
      Season 3 - Episode 11
      Andrew is throwing a special holiday party with friends from around the world. They join Andrew to share special foods and customs. Andrew also reflects back on how he met each of his guests in past episodes. Foods featured in this episode include: braised dried oysters with Gobi desert hair, historical English goose, stuffed pigs' feet, sweet potato starch, cow testicle soup, rabbit, Swedish meatballs, Ecuadorian shrimp, cuddlefish eggs, pork intestine soup, tobacco wrapped cheese, and porcupine.moreless
    • Thailand
      Season 5 - Episode 1
      Andrew visits the exotic land of Thailand, where locals use everything they can find in their cooking.
    • Surf It Up
      Season 3 - Episode 15
      From sand and sea, Andrew tries all of the delicacies the ocean has to offer. He travels around the world trying strange tastes from the ocean.
    • Taste of the Tropic
      Taste of the Tropic
      Season 6 - Episode 13
      Andrew explores some of his best dishes had in locations though out the tropics.
    • Cow Heads, Caves & Pig Parts
      Cow Heads, Caves & Pig Parts
      Season 9 - Episode 3
    • Namibia
      Season 6 - Episode 5
      Syria from the show Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern is a 60 minute TV food quest documentary where Andrew travels to Namibia to find the country's most exotic and bizarre foods. In this episode, Andrew travels to Namibia and gets to meet people belonging to a semi-nomadic tribe. In Catatura, he gets to try exotic foods like the smiley sheep, dried catfish, cow stomach and foot and mopane worms. Andrew also goes to the safari where he tastes wildebeest eyeballs and upon visiting a Himba tribe in the Namib, eats fermented milk with rice, chicha and goat parts.moreless
    • Pennsylvania
      Season 6 - Episode 2
      In Bizzare Foods: Pennsylvania, Andrew Zimmern tries some new cuisine and even meets a Food Network Chef, Morimoto. While at Morimoto's restaurant, he samples some Japanese fare like braised snake and bumble bee larva. Andrew also assisted in cooking sausages at Czerw's Kielbasy's, a smokehouse, and sampled its bigos, a Polish stew. At the Redneck Ranch, he added a pig's head, the main ingredient, to a boiling pot, to create scrapple, a concoction of cornmeal and pig scraps. Andrew's favorite was the cheese steak sandwiches at John's Roast Pork.moreless
    • Syria
      Season 6 - Episode 1
      Syria from the show Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern is a 60 minute TV food quest documentary. In this episode, Andrew explores Syria and takes the audience back to ancient Syrian trade routes and also samples ancient food dishes along the way. He visits the infamous Umayyad Mosque in the old city of Damascus where he eats shawarma, camel sausage, Syran ice cream and cheese. Upon dropping by at Aleppo, he tries ful, pistachio candy, Arabic bread and also eats a roast goat with a Bedouin family.moreless
    • Venice
      Season 6 - Episode 3
      Andrew Zimmern visits the picturesque city of Venice and samples bizzare dishes. His menu includes cuttlefish, eel, and horse meat on this culinary adventure.While not indulging in odd foods, Andrew catches his own seafood in the Venitian canals, blows Murano glass, and visits some historic tourist attractions throughout the city.
    • Bizarre Foods Celebrates 100
      Bizarre Foods Celebrates 100
      Season 6 - Episode 24

      Bizarre Foods takes a look back at the last 6 years of adventure and culinary discovery the show and Andrew have experienced.

    • Frozen
      Season 4 - Episode 1
      Andrew Zimmern travels to some of the coldest, most inhospitable places on Earth in search of bizarre foods eaten by those who live below freezing. His finds include muffler meat and hand-pried sea cucumber.
    • Kids Special
      Season 5 - Episode 5

      This special follow Andrew around the world as he meets children with the same food interests as him. He convinces several children in Florida to sample fried frog legs and then meets with several young kids in Tanzania who teach him the proper way to eat their favorite dish, clotted cow's blood.

    • Discovering Columbus
      Discovering Columbus
      Season 4 - Episode 4
      Andrew traces the path of Christopher Columbus' expedition across the Dominican Republic. From cow stomach stew with African roots to native Taino flatbreads, Andrew eats his way across the cultural evolution of Hispaniola.
    • Schmaltz & Sea Robins
      Schmaltz & Sea Robins
      Season 7 - Episode 4
      Andrew tours Brooklyn. Included: He fishes for sea robin to grill dockside in Sheepshead Bay; tries kombucha bacteria pancakes in a defunct pharmaceutical warehouse; and eats a spleen sandwich in an Italian focacceria.
    • Texas
      Season 4 - Episode 8
    • Spleen Soup and Sriracha
      Spleen Soup and Sriracha
      Season 7 - Episode 7
    • Ancient Bog Butter & Smoked Pigeon
    • Beef Lungs & Love Potions
      Beef Lungs & Love Potions
      Season 8 - Episode 5
    • Whole Hog
      Whole Hog
      Season 4 - Episode 2
      Andrew digs into every part of the hog when showing off the animal's versatility. Among the dishes he eats: year-old cured ham; deep-fried testicles; and mouth snout sandwiches.
    • Montreal
      Season 6 - Episode 22
      Andrew heads up north for a taste of the joie de vivre in Montreal.
    • Madagascar
      Season 6 - Episode 6
      In Bizarre Foods: Madagascar, Andrew Zimmern and his wife Rishia experienced timeless traditions of the residents. Andrew and his wife visit a life zebu market and sample some zebu and mokary, as well as trying some baobab fruit vegetable pastries at the Big Market. Andrew fishes with the locals and catches some ling mackerel. While visiting, he and Rishia attend a five-year -old boy's circumcision ceremony, where the town prepares a feast and the grandfather eats the foreskin as a sign of respect.moreless
    • Greece
      Season 6 - Episode 8
      Andrew explores one of Europe's best kept culinary secrets and learns about Greek customs and culture.
    • Arizona
      Season 5 - Episode 4

      In the Arizona episode of Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmerman, Andrew samples some of the state's most unusual culinary delicacies. He starts by visiting Monument Valley and eating sheep's eyeballs and intestines with a Navajo family, before heading to the state fair and trying something a little more conventional -- fried bacon with gravy. Along the way he also tries Kombucha, military rations and rat meat.

    • Buenos Aires
      Season 5 - Episode 9

      Andrew tries some of the most interesting and unique food items that are found in Buenos Aries. Traditionally, the city focuses on large meaty meals. Andrew not only tries some interesting cuts and types of meat, but also different ways of meal preparation from some of the local restaurants and vendors.

    • Baja Mexico
      Season 5 - Episode 8

      Andrew travels to the Baja peninsula of Mexico where he visits Tijuana, Ensenada and La Paz. There he meets with some of the natives and is introduced to some of their traditional meals. He samples various types of food that range from street cart snacks to some of the best high-end cuisine on the peninsula.

    • BangKok
      Season 5 - Episode 7

      Andrew travels to Bangkok to try some of the most unusual and interesting food items he has ever sampled. The food items include various meat and vegetable dishes from local street venues as well as some of the local favorite and items commonly found on the menus as some of the most popular restaurants in the area.

    • Tokyo
      Season 5 - Episode 6

      Andrew travels to the busy city of Tokyo to sample some of the city's famous restaurants and street vendors. He visit the seafood markets and tests his skills as a horumon chef where he attempts to transform the discarded animals parts of cows and pigs into delicious meals for his customers.

    • San Francisco
      San Francisco
      Season 6 - Episode 7
      Andrew explores one of Americas most unique culinary and living cultures and samples some of the most cutting edge alternative food.
    • Mongolia
      Season 5 - Episode 3

      Andrew visits Mongolia to learn how the people live off the land. He samples small farm dishes that include animals that are raised by many of the residents in Mongolia. He also learns the special techniques used to prepare and cook the dishes. The people of Mongolia welcome Andrew with oven arms and quickly earn his respect.

    • Suriname
      Season 6 - Episode 19
      Andrew explores this little know country in the Northern regions of South America and it's unique African influenced culture.
    • Jamaica
      Season 6 - Episode 23
      Andrew experiences the true flavor of Jamaica.
    • Fez, Morocco
      Season 6 - Episode 20
      Andrew eats a plate of fermented meats in Morocco.
    • Chicago
      Season 6 - Episode 4
      In Bizzare Foods: Chicago, Andrew Zimmern samples some inventive cuisine ideas, including some turkey sausages, served with duck confit and shredded carrots at Franks'N' Dawgs. Andrew learns how to butcher a pig and the tastiest cuts of it at Mado and how to prepare lamb-stomach dumplings at George's Kabab Grill. Throughout his journey, he tasted stewed goat at XOCO, guava ice cream at Maxwell Street Market, and strawberry pop rock foielipops at Graham Elliott's.moreless
    • Bizarre Kalahari
      Bizarre Kalahari
      Season 6 - Episode 14
      Outside of Johannesburg, Andrew sinks his teeth into zebra.
    • Carp, Camel and Cocoons
      Carp, Camel and Cocoons
      Season 8 - Episode 4
      Andrew travels to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, where he learns the secrets to milking camels, fermenting fish in the desert sun, making musical organ meat mush, and finding manna from heaven at the spice market.