Bizarre Foods - Delicious Destinations is a series that features the not-to-be-missed legendary foods that define a location. These are the unique dishes we're willing to travel halfway ...
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A Cook's Tour is a travel and food show in which the host - Anthony Bordain visits exotic and interesting cities around the world where the hosts of different restaurants teach him about local cuisine and culture.
Bizarre Foods - Delicious Destinations is a series that features the not-to-be-missed legendary foods that define a location. These are the unique dishes we're willing to travel halfway around the world to sample. Each episode features one locale and at least four of five iconic foods that define the location. Delicious Destinations explores how they are made and take viewers inside the kitchens, factories and farms where these foods are created. We dig into the origin of these popular foods and how they've evolved over time. And for those who like their meals well-seasoned, we dish on the sometimes special lingo associated with these foods and the surprising table manners you absolutely need to know. This is a series that is guaranteed to make you hungry!Written by
colleen needles steward
Disappointing. I really like Zimmern and admire him, but standing in front of a green screen and reading the narration is really cheesy, and not in a good way. Did they think no one would notice?
The content is pleasant enough, but lacks the interaction of Zimmern with the locals and there is nothing "bizarre" in evidence here. Some of the comments by the locals are so inane (I like this, it is good.) that it's hard to believe that this is not a parody.
I also happen to listen to musical soundtracks and hearing Hungarian gypsy and Russian music as background on the Warsaw show just drives home the cheap production values here.
Come on, Andy, your fans really expect something better from you.
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