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Andrew Zimmern Floats Down the Mississippi on Bizarre Foods

Andrew Zimmern Floats Down the Mississippi on Bizarre Foods
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Tune in for Bizarre Foods: The Magnificent Mississippi River Aug. 8 at 9|8c on Travel Channel

On this episode of Bizarre Foods, I had the pleasure of traveling from Memphis to Natchez by boat, and got a real taste of life on the Mississippi. This majestic river is a refuge for a slower-paced, nature-based way of life. From freshly caught buffalo fish to wood ducks and mallards, the Mississippi has plenty to offer those who live on its banks.

VIDEO: Watch me make Peppered Oysters, inspired by my trip down the Mississippi to Natchez, where I had the pleasure of cooking with Regina Charboneau.

 

A few highlights from the episode:

Lima beans and house made sausage … fahk!!!!

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If you’re gonna duck hunt, use the right tools. Custom slue cruiser of my dreams today!

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Hank Burdine. Legend.

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Bacon wrapped jalapeño duck “poppers” cooked in the blind

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Greatest floating duck boat kitchen river-blind nap couch of all time

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3# Porterhouse perfection at Doe’s

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Buffalo fish … the best tasting fish that no one eats

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Caption this photo! What am I saying to Woody while we are filling the boat with Buffalo fish?

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Chukkar I got ready for @chefregina #squadgoals #wildfood

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Goodnight from the mighty Mississippi… #riverside #barge

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