After his stint as a pop-up restaurateur during this season of Bizarre Foods: America, it was only a matter of time before the bizarre foodie himself hopped on the food truck bandwagon. Andrew Zimmern’s food truck, AZ Canteen, will officially open its … er… window tomorrow at the Great Minnesota Get-Together. Andrew will be there in person, so if you’re anywhere in the St. Paul, MN, vicinity, head on down to the state fair for a taste of Andrew’s Andouille, oyster and crab gumbo; pork belly with papaya salad; goat butter burgers; griddled veal tongue; or Nicaraguan dulce de leche.
Follow AZ Canteen on Twitter for more information. Can’t get enough of state fairs? Check out the best fair competitions and food … that is, until AZ Canteen makes its debut!
Are you going to the Minnesota State Fair? Sample Andrew’s wares and let us know what you think in the comments!
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.
Tonight at 8|7c, Bizarre Foods celebrates 100 episodes with a one-hour special where Andrew Zimmern recounts the last 6 years of eating everything under the sun. Join Andrew as he remembers the people who have welcomed him, the places that opened his mind and, of course, the food that challenged his palate.
Following the 100th episode special, Andrew visits Las Vegas in the premiere of this season’s Bizarre Foods America. Watch as he witnesses just how extravagant food can be in the city that knows no limits. From a $750 cupcake to a $5,000 burger, the casinos won’t be the only establishments emptying your wallet.
Get a sneak peek of what Andrew will encounter tonight with our Bizarre Food of the Week!
It’s a new year with a new season of TV shows on Travel Channel! If you missed the season premiere of The Wild Within with Steven Rinella, TC.com can get you up to speed in time for the next episode on Sunday at 9 E/P. Author and outdoorsman Steven Rinella sat down with us for an interview to talk about various topics, including his life as an avid hunter/gatherer, his code and his family.
On The Wild Within, Steven explores crabbing in Alaska, searches for wild ingredients to make traditional pa’ina in Hawaii, gathers snails and other edibles in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park and re-creates Lewis & Clark’s original trek through the Missouri Breaks.