Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern

Season 3 Episode 5

Paris

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Oct 07, 2008 on Travel Channel
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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.moreless
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      • Andrew: (to David Lebowitz) Do you know something? Up until about 30 seconds ago, I liked and I admired you. But when you said all of that bacon is going in there, that's when I fell in love.

      • Andrew: (about the cheese aging cellar) Wow! A much different smell down here.
        Clotilde: Yeah, more musty and . . .
        Andrew: Yeah, oh yeah. It's all that mold. Everything's growing. The air is thick with a smell like rotten eggs trampled by the unwashed feet of a thousand teenage boys.

      • Andrew: Zimmern Rule #5, the sharper the contrast, the better the food.

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      • This week's Bizarre Foods' clip is Skyler Hanson from Fountain Valley, California eating grasshopper in Thailand. The toddler was filmed by her mother Regina Hanson.

      • Andrew's guests this episode:

        Philippe Bardet - Rungis Employee
        Michel Rostang - Chef and Restaurateur
        Bruno Grimault - Head Waiter
        Alexandre Cammas - Journalist
        Stephan Jego - L'ami Jean Chef
        Clotilde Dusolider - Author
        Laureant Dubois - Cheese Shop Connoisseur
        David Lebowitz - Chef and Author
        Pierre Gagnaire - Chef and Restaurateur
        Herve This - Scientist, National Institute for Agricultural Research
        Dominique and Sylvie Pieru - Snail Farmers

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