Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern

Season 1 Episode 5

Gulf Coast

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Mar 26, 2007 on Travel Channel
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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.
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      • Andrew: What's next for me? Who knows? Iguanas in Trinidad? Armadillos in Mexico? One thing is for sure, if it looks good, eat it!

      • Andrew: (about the oyster-eating challenge) See, that's the secret... cheating.

      • Andrew: If you can't get your groove on in New Orleans, you don't have much of a pulse or an appetite.

      • Andrew: (about turducken) Good thing the first guy that walked through the door twenty-two years ago didn't come in with a quail, a goat and a cow, you'd still be stuffing.

      • Andrew: (on eating mullet) Scale of one to ten, one being just the thought of it makes me wet my knickers and ten being I would crawl across a desert of broken glass just to take just one more bite; I'm gonna give the tails about a six and a half or a seven. I'm gonna give that row about a negative one.

      • Andrew: Bizarre Foods rule number 15 is that if you can bake it, broil it, or steam it; well, you're probably better off deep-fat frying it.

      • Brett Anderson: I'll tell you what, I ate a lot, but I've got to get me one of your hollow legs.
        Andrew: Oh, really? Yeah, I can put it away, can't I?

      • Andrew: (on Nutria) It tastes like a rabbit that-that mated with a chicken and had a baby.

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      • Also Featured:

        Edmond Mouton – Louisiana Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries
        Sterling Fryou – Louisiana Trapper
        Sammy Hebert – Owner, Hebert's Specialty Meats
        Donald Link – Chef and Co-Owner, Cochon Restaurant
        Brett Anderson – Restaurant Critic
        Robert St. John – Chef, Author and Restauranteur
        Bonnie Jackson – Leatha's Bar-B-Que Inn
        Leatha Jackson – Leatha's Bar-B-Que Inn
        Joel Simpson – Serendipity Deli and Restaurant
        Bob Omainsky – President, Winstell's Oyster House
        Wesley Moore – Owner, Alligator Alley
        Robert Yarbrough – The Wash House Restaurant
        Jim Shirley – Owner, The Fish House
        Randy Sanders – Owner, Chef's Restaurant

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