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Bizarre Foods season 10←Bizarre Foods season 9 Bizarre Foods season 11→
Bizarre Foods season 10 episodes list:
In the Season 10 premiere, Andrew's trip to Madrid finds him encountering baby pig heads, organ omelets, and duck liver jewelry.
In Senegal, Andrew harvests sea salt, roasts a sheep's head, and fishes the wild waters of the West African country.
Andrew heads 'down east' to North Carolina to snack on roast raccoon, pig appendix and raw turtle testicle.
In the Bronx, Andrew tries coyote, raccoon tail and clams and mussels from Long Island Sound.
Andrew Zimmern visits Okinawa, Japan, to taste poisonous pufferfish, sea snake eggs and raw goat.
Andrew goes to Shanghai for softshell turtle, snail shells, chicken hearts and live snake.
Andrew Zimmern travels to Stockholm, Sweden, where the New Nordic movement celebrates putrefied herring and smoked sperm. Whether he's eating grated reindeer testicle or aged horse meat, trying super-Swedish spins on Vietnamese bahn mi and high-end hot dogs, fishing for oily Baltic herring or whisking goose blood soup, Andrew is schooled on the simplicity of Scandinavian culture.
Andrew Zimmern goes to Cyprus to fill up on stuffed grape leaves and pork belly. From curdling goat milk to sampling sun-dried goat and the world's oldest cookie, Andrew savors the island's ancient edible legacy.
Andrew Zimmern travels to some of the coldest places on Earth to see how people survive and eat. He seeks out delicacies like muffler meat and hand-pried sea cucumber -- an array of deliciousness that's sure to beat the chill.
Lewis and Clark Trail Andrew Zimmern follows in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark while experiencing the bountiful cuisine of the Pacific Northwest. He samples Pacific lampreys, forages for edible barnacles and harvests for sea salt on this culinary adventure.