Enjoy this Q&A with celebrity chef and host of the Travel Channel’s ‘Bizarre Foods,’ Andrew Zimmern.
If you’re headed to the second-annual Food Truck Fair in Uptown this weekend, you find 29 food trucks all with unique menus. Each will offer up a little something for everyone, even multi-cultural and sustainable foods like those offered at AZ Canteen. This food truck has a famous owner.
We can’t promise any “Bizarre Foods” on weekly episodes of WCCO’s new food show “Off the Menu”. But for this Saturday, Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl dove in headfirst with the host of the Travel Channel show’s crazy culinary journey and Minnesota’s own, Andrew Zimmern! Plus, the owners of 112 Eatery, Bar La Grassa and Burch plus the Twin Cities Top 5 Places for Fried Chicken!
When you have a name like Andrew Zimmern attached to a food truck, the advertising tends to take care of itself.
A Pizza Queen, Mr. Hot Dog, a Cupcake Warrior, a Chef of the Good, the Great and the Bizarre and a Nordic Chef Extraordinaire all walk into a bar. And what do you have? Well, you have a bar full of the cream of the crop in the Minnesota culinary scene, of course.
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“Bizarre Foods” star Andrew Zimmern has taken quite a journey to get to where he is now. Before he moved to the Twin Cities 20 years ago, Andrew Zimmern lived a much different life.
Andrew Zimmern has made living traveling around the world and eating just about anything. But is the host of Travel Channel’s franchise “Bizarre Foods” really that bizarre?
Andrew Zimmern already knows what he wants for the final course in a career built on a penchant for chowing unusual foods — a helping of politics.
Governor Tim Pawlenty is live at the Minnesota State Fair. He welcomes Bizarre Food’s Andrew Zimmern plus Senator John McCain!