Next Episode of Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations is
Every traveler wants to try a crepe in Paris, gelato in Florence, Italy, or a po'boy in New Orleans. But how many really know where those dishes came from or how they are made? Andrew Zimmern digs into the not-to-be-missed legendary foods that define a location on Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations.
Andrew highlights the culinary scene of Glasgow, Scotland, which is just as diverse as the city's landscape. From macaroni pies and fish and chips to venison haggis and chicken tikka masala, the whimsical curiosity of the people is reflected in the delicious and iconic foods.
Andrew explores the charismatic city of Cork, Ireland, where fertile land and an expansive coastline make it a food lovers' haven. Locals line up for traditional favorites and artisanal delicacies like Irish stew, smoked salmon and a blood sausage known as drisheen.
Andrew showcases Calabria, a rugged region in the toe of Italy's boot and a relatively unknown side of the country that outsiders rarely see. Due to the area's fertile soil, seaside location and mountainous interior, Calabria's diverse ingredients shine in signature dishes like fileja noodles with goat, parmigiana di melanzane and anchovy stroncatura.
Andrew digs in to Puglia, a coastal region in the heel of Italy's boot known for its whitewashed hill towns and centuries-old farmlands. Known as "The Garden of Italy" for its prolific wheat fields, vineyards and olive groves, the area's simple but stunning dishes include orecchiette pasta, grilled octopus and stuffed pasticiotti pastries.
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