Uncover America's Hidden Global Food Gems with Eden Eats

Here's why you should watch Eden Eats on Fridays at 10pm ET on Cooking Channel.

Here's why you should watch Eden Eats on Fridays at 10pm ET on Cooking Channel:

After graduating culinary school, Eden Grinshpan traveled the world, tasted amazing dishes and met the people who recreate their culture and customs through food. Back in the U.S., she realized she could still eat her way around the globe with no need for a passport. On Eden Eats, she'll land in a different city for 24 hours each week to dig into the underexposed global culinary scene. Her world tour kicks off tonight at 10pm ET. Watch it and find out the best places in Nashville to taste Thai, Somalian, Bosninan, Irish, Ghanaian and Kurdish food. Check out our sneak peek off her trip and marvel at how much one woman can consume in a single day.

Eden Eats premieres at 10pm ET on Cooking Channel.

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