Andrew tastes the recipes and traditions passed down by Europe's grandmas. From fried calf brains to Italian tripe, fish meatballs to stuffed pig head, today's chefs are rediscovering and revamping old world dishes.
Andrew Zimmern pulls the night shift to explore the hidden world that fuels Big Apple. From eating goat brains at a cabby hangout to slurping blood clams at 4 am, he finds out feeding hungry New Yorkers is an all-night job
Andrew goes to Chengdu China, the epicenter of tongue-numbing, spicy Sichuan cuisine. From pig brains dunked in the boiling chili oil of the Chengdu Hot Pot to mind-blowing spicy rabbit heads to heart attack noodles, Andrew finds out just how much heat he can stand.