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food hosts on television.. the purveyor of the most bizarre....
If it looks good... EAT IT!
This week's episode takes place right here in the US in the Appalachian mountains. The mountain range runs north to south touching more than a dozen states, and many of the people in the area still maintain the traditions and foods that were a part of life for their ancestors.
First, Andrew goes squirrel hunting in Cass, West Virginia. You have probably heard of chicken fried steak, but have you ever tried chicken fried squirrel? He also samples good, old-fashioned Swiss cooking in Helvetia. Next, Andrew heads to North Carolina to attend the Livermush Festival. Livermush, made out of ground-up pig parts, was invented here. Other items on the menu this week: bear meat, wasp larvae, and mushroom coffee.
Be sure to tune-in this Tuesday at 10 E/P. Below is a the promo video for this week's episode.
If you want a more detailed description of where Andrew visits and what he eats, check out our Appalachian travel guide at: