Bourdain will talk travel anecdotes, roasted meats, and the international food community with Andrew Zimmern this spring
|This famous face is coming soon to a food truck near you|
As contentious debates go, the dispute between Palestine and Israel is right up there near the top. Many lives have been lost and a peace accord has been elusive. It's not a discussion one would expect to be addressed between two chefs, on either side of the divide, aired over social media, but that is exactly what happened yesterday.
Controversial globe shot: Can you spot what's missing?
Local chef turned big-time TV star Andrew Zimmern is bringing his wildly successful Bizarre Foods home to Minneapolis. The premiere episode of this all-American season, premiering Monday on the Travel Channel at 9 p.m., features Minnesota foods. (It's the second episode he's filmed in his home state.) Yesterday we chatted with him about some of his favorite places to travel in the US and the local food movement (click here to catch up). Today, we get much more personal, discussing family foods, fetid lakes, and why most of the food critics in this town are tiny.
Back in the US of A
After traveling the globe, conquering the world one plate at a time, Andrew Zimmern brings the Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods home to roost. This season, which premieres Monday, Zimmern focuses entirely on food in the United States.
Back in Minnesota and ready to share our weird with the world
To kick off the season, he's highlighting food from Minnesota. He took a break from his stuffed schedule to chat with us about travel, home, and the huevos of one particular local chef.
|Watch Zimmern eat bizarre foods and help the homeless|
In a video message, Zimmern says that homelessness affected his own life.
|To eat foreskin, or not to eat foreskin...|
He and his wife are honored guests at the ritual circumcision of a five-year-old boy. Traditionally, the paternal grandfather eats the foreskin, after it's been snipped, with a side of banana (seriously). However, the grandfather can pass the foreskin to an honored guest, in this case the beloved Minnesota foodie himself.
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If Bizarre Foods host Andrew Zimmern wanted to be the next Jet Li, he'd probably have to spend less time on airplanes and log a few more hours at the gym.
Zimmern and Richman go all Charlie's Angels at Brasa.
But thanks to some green screen magic, the rotund television star is able to take out at least four weapon-toting thugs half his age with some pretty sweet kung fu moves displayed in this new 30-second promo. Check it out:
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