Travel Channel Adds 52 New Episodes of "Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations" Hosted by Culinary Explorer Andrew Zimmern

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15 August 2018
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Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations
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"Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations"
Starting Tuesday, August 21 at 9 & 9:30 PM ET/PT on Travel Channel
 
          Travel Channel has triggered a 52-episode order of its irresistible series, “Bizarre Food: Delicious Destinations,” hosted by James Beard Award-winning chef and culinary explorer Andrew Zimmern. In each half-hour episode, Zimmern takes viewers on an edible journey as he shares the secrets behind popular dishes in the most delectable food destinations in the United States and abroad.

 
         At 9 PM, Andrew Zimmern goes on a gastronomic tour of Las Vegas, NV. From quail breast stuffed with foie gras and mouthwatering Waygu steaks to classic veal Parmigiana and tantalizing Thai, Sin City has it all.
 
          At 9:30 PM, Andrew Zimmern heads to Hawaii's Big Island to take in its laid-back cuisine. From ancient traditions like lau lau and opakapaka fish to new traditions like the loco moco and huli chicken, he dives deep into the island's food culture.
 
          “Enthusiastic viewers have followed Andrew throughout the world in this series, and now we have many more places to take them,” said Courtney White, senior vice president, programming, Travel Channel, Food Network and Cooking Channel. “’Delicious Destinations’ is the perfect show that highlights three things viewers can’t get enough of: fascinating places, mouth-watering food and great storytelling.”  
 
        Whether it's sinful New York cheesecake, savory pork sandwiches in Chile or Bangkok's signature pad thai, most travelers want to experience the local favorites. But how many really know the origins of these iconic foods? Journey around the world for a firsthand tour of each city and the inside scoop behind its most beloved dishes.

 
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