Bizarre Foods

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Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern - Episodes - Season 3
... Air date Location Notes/Featured Bizarre Foods 23 (1) September 9, 2008 Phuket, Thailand Fried grasshoppers, pork liver and beef stomach intestine soups, coconut balls, stretched squid, stuffed mackerel ... Featuring special guest chefs Wolfgang Puck, Ben Ford and Ani Phyo and Los Angeles food blogger Eddie Lin 29 (7) October 21, 2008 Halloween (Special) This special discussed ... Andrew then hosted a Halloween party with Bizarre Foods fans where he served his favorite fares ...
Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern
... Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern is a travel and cuisine television show hosted by Andrew Zimmern on the Travel Channel ... Bizarre Foods focuses on regional cuisine from around the world which is typically perceived by Americans as being disgusting, exotic, or bizarre ... He typically shows how the food is procured, where it is served, and, usually without hesitation, eats it ...
List Of Japanese Ingredients - Animal Sources - Bizarre Foods
... An imori no kuroyaki or "blackened broiled Japanese Fire Belly Newt has popularly been ascribed aphrodisiac properties, though this animal has been found to contain tetrodotoxin, the deadly fugu poison ... On a related note, certain beetles of the Spanish fly family are used in Traditional Chinese medicine but are toxic, and in ninja fiction, the beetle's poison has been portrayed as being used in assassinations ...

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