Andrew Zimmern explores the bountiful larder and proud history that provides chefs in the Scottish Highlands with the building blocks for uniquely Highland dishes. From lean, flavorful Highland beef and sweet, buttery shellfish to handheld meat pies and smoked salmon, these hearty meals are shaped by seasonal ingredients and bountiful natural resources.
Andrew Zimmern takes a bite of Chicago's humble, hearty and world-renowned food scene. From juicy rib tips to zesty Polish sausages to experimental and edible works of art, Chicago's eats stay true to its roots.
Andrew Zimmern uncovers the boardwalk indulgences of the Jersey Shore. From sticky-sweet saltwater taffy, to slices of tomato pie and Italian subs, the Jersey Shore's culinary scene is a carnival for the taste buds.
Andrew Zimmern dives into the seafood masterworks of the Hamptons. From delectable surf and turf to buttery lobster rolls, clam chowder to smoked bluefish pate, the Hamptons' dinner scene is sizzling.
Andrew highlights the iconic British dishes and ethnically diverse foods that have put London on the culinary map, from humble shepherd's pie and posh beef Wellington to sizzling seekh kebabs and smoky Jamaican jerk chicken.
Andrew Zimmern scopes out the down-to-earth culinary traditions of scenic Door County, Wis.; fresh fish from Lake Michigan and local produce defines the Nordic-influenced cuisine of this vacation getaway for nature lovers
Andrew Zimmern highlights coastal cuisine in Cape Cod, Mass.; from fried clams and fresh-caught cod to clambakes and cranberry bog ice cream, the Massachusetts peninsula's culinary scene is cause for a summertime celebration.
Andrew looks at the inventive and time-honored eats of Genoa, Italy, home to big-league favorites like peasant-created seafood salad, pesto with pasta, and crispy, decadent flatbread.
Andrew scopes out the creative, rustic comfort dishes of Quebec City, Canada; influenced by French and English settlers, the city is full of old-world charm, late-night diners, hearty food, and plenty of maple syrup.
Andrew Zimmern checks out the inventive and international eats of New Jersey, including all-you-can-eat Brazilian meat, rich seafood stew, potato-loaded hot dogs, and Dominican marinated pork.
Andrew highlights Tuscan specialties like small-batch extra virgin olive oil, spicy fish stew served over crusty bread, chickpea pancakes and whole fish simmered quickly in spicy tomato sauce.
Andrew explores the legendary and timeless cuisine of Lyon, France; the flavors of pike fish dumplings, breaded beef tripe and pink pralines have all helped Lyon earn the title "World Capital of Gastronomy."
Andrew explores the frontier fare of Denver, Colo.; from classic game meats remade for the modern palette to the signature green chili sauce of Den-Mex cuisine, Denver has become the region's cultural hub, with an abundance of top-shelf food.