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.
Andrew dives in to the fairytale-like city of Zagreb, Croatia, a booming capital with a reverence for grandmother food. The city's cuisine has a meat-centric menu and celebrates iconic dishes like porky kotlovina, tender veal cheeks and savory stuffed peppers.
From peasant food to royal snacks, Andrew reveals what makes the food scene in Krakow, Poland, so delicious. The city's edible symbols take the form of pierogis, hearty stuffed cabbage rolls and whole-roasted pork knuckle.
Andrew spotlights the glamorous desert oasis of Palm Springs, CA. The sunny resort city features new and iconic eateries serving up dishes like grilled rib eye and composed bone marrow butter, the popular reuben stacker and the classic date milkshake.
Andrew explores Santa Fe, NM, a town intent on preserving its storied culture. Native American, Spanish and Mexican traditions converge to form mouthwatering dishes like slow-roasted carne adovada, chile rellenos and light-as-air sopapillas.