“Everyone in the world loves to eat,” says Andrew Zimmern. “I can also safely say that this season is simply stunning and the finest we’ve ever made.”
In the season premiere, Zimmern travels to Madrid and ventures off the beaten path to discover some new spins on some old classics – snail soup, whole baby pig head, rabbit paella and beef fat bonbon. Madrid is just the first stop on Zimmern’s culinary adventure that features a wide range of ethnic cuisine in locations around the world. From sheep’s brain in Senegal, smoked herring sperm in Sweden to coconut stew with opossum meat in the Bronx, New York, Zimmern is always game to try what the locals eat.
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