Andrew Zimmern steps beyond the carriage rides and plantation tours to taste the true flavor of the Charleston, S.C., food scene. After experiencing a bumpy clam boat ride and some hard work with an ax, Andrew finds the reward of getting fresh food at the source. From wood coal barbecue in the low country to sauteed chicken feet at a family dinner, he explores the foods and cooking methods that make South Carolina cuisine so unique!
Andrew Zimmern makes a trip to the coastal crossroads of Savannah. It's a city where the food is touched by rich cultural influences that are both obvious and unexpected. From a home-cooked Gullah meal on Daufuskie Island to hunting for marsh hens on the coast, Andrew goes straight into the heart of this southern city on the sea!
The food in Austin, Texas, might be weird, but, as Andrew Zimmern finds out, the people like it that way! From Bloody Marys made with real blood to doughnuts topped with chicken, Andrew tries the funky food options that express the pioneer spirit and eclectic style that residents in this city pride themselves on.
Andrew Zimmern finds that the frontier spirit can still be found in New Mexico, and it's definitely reflected in the food.
Whether it's foraging for food along the seashore or feeding animals at the zoo, Andrew Zimmern gets a taste of the unexpected when he visits San Diego. Andrew finds that this coastal city on the Mexican border offers some hidden delights, such as swordfish bone marrow and fresh-squeezed camel milk.
Sexy beaches and a vibrant nightlife come to mind when most people think of Miami, Florida, but this coastal city is also a hot spot for food! The blend of old-world immigrants and new-wave trendsetters bring a mix of flavors to the city's multicultural cuisine. Andrew Zimmern explores the iconic treasures and hidden delights that make Miami's food scene so special.