Andrew Zimmern explores the international flavors of one of America's most diverse communities, the Bronx, New York. He finds Italian-influenced bites like dry-aged pork sausage and saltimbocca, spicy Jamaican meat pastries, authentic Manhattan clam chowder and even savory Albanian pastries.
Andrew Zimmern explores Harlem, a vibrant New York City neighborhood with a diverse cross-section of cultures. He highlights its colorful restaurants offering soul food, Caribbean classics like pastelone and even the national dish of Senegal, ceebu jen. And no trip to New York is complete without a stop for a standout slice of pizza.
Andrew Zimmern highlights the local favorite foods in central New York, a 2,500-square-mile area that offers everything from barbecue to buttercream. He finds beef and veal sausages at one of America's oldest hot dog stands, tomato pie from a passed-down Italian family recipe and half-moon cookies that predate New York City's iconic black and white cookie.
Andrew Zimmern explores beautiful Martha's Vineyard, the island community located off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, that is renowned for its laid-back vibe, beautiful beaches and fresh seafood. He celebrates some of the best restaurants and dishes featuring the fresh, local catch brought in daily. On the menu are lobster rolls, a clam bake, swordfish steaks, fired clams and stuffed quahogs. And for dessert, there's an irresistible tart made from local fresh cranberries.
Andrew Zimmern celebrates Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, where farm-to-table dining isn't a trend -- it's tradition! He highlights iconic Pennsylvania Dutch dishes like chicken pot pie and pork and sauerkraut, soft pretzels and scrapple made with generations-old family recipes and sweet treats like sticky buns and shoofly pie.
Andrew Zimmern explores New Hampshire's seacoast, which is a 13-mile stretch packed with geographic and culinary diversity. He finds that the bounty of the local waters is well represented in the local cuisine, with dishes like shrimp, scallops and haddock stuffed in a baked lobster and loaded into a hearty chowder. Fat, briny Great Bay oysters served both raw and fried are another local favorite, and farther inland, poutine is a favorite bar snack at local eateries and regional apple cider gets added to doughnuts for a unique taste of New Hampshire's number one crop.
Andrew Zimmern explores the cuisine of Sitka, Alaska, where the preparation of iconic Alaskan staples like king salmon, venison and rockfish has evolved with finesse. Only reachable by boat or plane, this town of 9,000 residents is a destination for the freshest dishes, from halibut and chips to Dungeness crab and everything in between.
Andrew Zimmern shares the best of weird, wild and whimsical Portland, Oregon, a city whose personality is apparent in its food culture. Arrested adolescence is personified in boozy doughnuts and handcrafted ice cream flavors for the adult palate, like marionberry-habanero-goat cheese. The city's cultural diversity is exemplified in its celebration of Thai foods like khao man gai and fish sauce chicken wings, and the coastal waters of the Pacific show up in seared albacore tuna and crawfish boils.