Season 7, Episode 15
Andrew Zimmern explores iconic dishes of picturesque Nova Scotia, Canada, which became a fishing hub after being settled by Europeans in the 16th century. The proximity to the sea -- it's never more than 42 miles away! -- influences the local cuisine, which includes cold-water lobster, seafood chowder, haddock and chips, blueberry grunt and rappie pie, which is made with rehydrated potatoes and salted pork.
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