Get to know the cuisine of New Mexico as well as the rest of the Southwest before diving into the culture of Edinburgh with this week’s Travel Channel itinerary – and escape to a new destination without leaving your living room.

Start your week off with a taste of the unfamiliar when Andrew heads to New Mexico for tonight’s all-new episode of Bizarre Foods America at 9|8c. Andrew gets back to the frontier roots of the Southwest when he hunts buffalo and prairie dogs. Get a peek at what Andrew eats with our Bizarre Food of the Week! Maybe it’s time to plan a New Mexico road trip?

Then, on Wednesday at 9|8c, Adam Richman also goes to the Southwest to see if they have what it takes to win Best Sandwich in America. Check out our travel guide to see where he goes on his sandwich expedition! Then, plan your own trip to Austin.

Finally, Bert surprises 2 unsuspecting vacationers in Edinburgh, Scotland, with a chance to try their hand at the bagpipes, the Highland Games and a little falconry. Visit our behind-the-scenes photo gallery for a peek at this new episode!

Take a look at our schedule to see what else is on this week!


Entertainment, Food, TV Shows

One Response

  1. jessie says:

    only if i can go with you guys on an investigation. it would be so awesome! if you can bring someone, that someone should be me!! think about it please!! thank you

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Amanda DiGiondomenicoAmanda is a freelance blogger and considers herself a resident of both Baltimore and Washington, DC. She loves taking road trips up and down the East Coast, but looks for...


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