Tonight on an all-new Bizarre Foods America, Andrew Zimmern heads to what several like to call the “Cheese State.” Yes. Andrew travels to Wisconsin, where he not only encounters cheese but Emu oil, Southeastern and Siberian-American cuisine, and a run-in with a few cows at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s farm.

Watch a clip from tonight’s episode: Wisconsin’s Dairy Researchers

Plus, go behind the scenes with our Wisconsin Pictures slideshow, and if you’re planning a visit to Wisconsin, don’t miss our Travel Guide from tonight’s episode that lists all of the places Andrew visits, plus where to stay.



6 Responses

  1. Vicki says:

    So I am at minute 39 of this show and what is being narrated as lamb looks suspiciously like chicken. Great big ole drumstick front and center!

  2. Gunnar says:

    Not an accurate portrayal of rural Wisconsin. Didn't eat any wild game or best fish in the state, walleye

  3. Snezana says:

    Good grief, people. We are SERBIAN-American not Siberian.

  4. Al Orozco says:

    Andrew is the best i dont miss any of his shows when i am not at home i tape all his shows and watch them when i get home and when i am out the country i watch there or when iget home just call home
    i tell my my son to tape them
    his the best !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Ted Exley says:

    I haven't had a chance to watch this episode, but now I will have to knowing it was filmed in Wisconsin! I'd love to learn more about the area.

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