Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern

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S3 Ep3 - Twin Cities 41:51

S3 Ep3 - Twin Cities

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Twin Cities - Andrew explores famous foods in the Twin Cities. From the well-known tater tot hotdish to the popular bundt cake and the iconic Juicy Lucy burger, there's plenty on the menu in Minnesota. (S.3 Ep.3) (From the US) (Cooking Series) G
S3 Ep2 - Philadelphia 41:51

S3 Ep2 - Philadelphia

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Philadelphia - Andrew turns to Philadelphia for iconic meals demanding to be loved. From cheese steak to water ice to 'scrapple', this town's famous flavors and historic recipes will knock out your taste buds. (S.3 Ep.2) (From the US) (Travel Series) G
S3 Ep6 - Singapore 41:53

S3 Ep6 - Singapore

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Singapore - Andrew explores Singapore's famous foods. The cuisine illustrates the blend of cultures with dishes like the sweet and savory chili crab, the extravagant fish head curry and the tasty marinated skewered meats known as satay. (S.3 Ep.6) (From the US) (Travel Series) G
S3 Ep5 - Manila 41:52

S3 Ep5 - Manila

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Manila - From popular street snacks to classic homemade stews, Andrew reveals iconic foods of Manila. Succulent whole roasted pork, crispy batter-fried quail eggs and a sweet treat made with ice cream and fermented beans are on the menu. (S.3 Ep.5) (From the US) (Travel Series) PG
S3 Ep4 - Providence 41:51

S3 Ep4 - Providence

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Providence - Andrew Zimmern reveals the iconic foods of Providence. Local favorites include hot wieners made with a special meat sauce, Johnny cakes, coffee milk, grilled pizza and the legendary Rhode Island clam chowder. (S.3 Ep.4) (From the US) (Travel Series) G
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