Andrew Zimmern takes a culinary tour of the Dominican Republic, a meat-lover's paradise. From whole roast pig and crispy, Lebanese-inspired fried dough pockets to beef and plantain casseroles, Dominican gastronomy is full of surprises.
Andrew Zimmern dives into the flavor-packed favorites of Savannah, Georgia, like creamy shrimp and grits, briny oysters in a half shell, upscale crab bisque and down-home barbecue stew so thick it'll make your spoon stand up.
Andrew Zimmern finds that the frontier spirit can still be found in New Mexico, and it's definitely reflected in the food.
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!
Forget the free pretzels and peanuts, these joints have upped the Happy Hour ante with outrageous, tummy-tantalizing appetizers, from a Bloody Mary topped with spaghetti and meatballs to lamb chop fondue and chicken wing confit.
Diners check out the dishes you just gotta try before you die, from Philly's life-changing roast pork sandwiches and the best burger in NYC to a cavalcade of Cajun flavors at the best bayou brunch around.