They say there's no place like home, and that's especially true for Andrew Zimmern when it comes to the food scene in the Twin Cities. In Minneapolis and St Paul, old fashioned comfort foods are being combined with modern innovation to serve up foods that are a mix of past and present.
Andrew Zimmern makes a trip to the Big Easy where the food and the culture are a mix of Southern tradition and modern influence. From the bayous to Bourbon Street, New Orleans is a unique food city with a variety of flavours that pull from classic recipes to new twists on old favorites.
In Seattle, land meets sea, east meets west, and high tech sophistication meets rugged simplicity, even when it comes to the food. Andrew Zimmern gets some all new experiences as he explores this Pacific Rim city, where complicated gadgets give classic foods an all new taste and back to basics fa...
Andrew Zimmern makes a visit to Boston, the city where American independence got its start and where people are still doing things their way, especially when it comes to the food. The city is known for its traditional fare, but it's also become a breeding ground for new, exciting food trends.
They may be hitting some bumps in the road but a downturn in the economy isn't slowing down the people in the Motor City. Despite the recent hard times, residents of Detroit, both old and new, continue to fuel their city with love and pride, especially true when it comes to the food.
West Virginia's culinary delights are celebrated, including fresh deer organs after a kill, groundhog burgoo, and a roadkill cook-off.
Andrew Zimmern steps beyond the carriage rides and plantation tours for a taste of the true flavour of the Charleston food scene. Though the experience includes a bumpy ride in a clam boat during an Atlantic storm and some hard work with an ax, Andrew finds that the reward is getting fresh food a...
Andrew Zimmern makes a trip to the coastal crossroads of the south, Savannah, Georgia. It's a city where the food is touched by cultural influences that are both obvious and unexpected. The food, like the Savannah itself, is layered with flavours from the past and the present.