Bizarre Foods America


Peruvian Grandma Food Gaston Acurio is Peru’s most renowned chef, an incredible ambassador of Peruvian cuisine who’s carving out a global restaurant empire of Andean flavors. He’s devoted the last two decades to elevating his country’s unique culinary heritage. In doing so, he’s launched a cooking style that’s won the hearts of locals and the world…  Read More

La Mona Arepas

Street Food Perfection Located on Colombia’s Caribbean coast, Cartagena is made up of a rich tapestry of African, Spanish, European and indigenous cultures and cuisines. The city’s old town neighborhood is a historical landmark with stunning plazas and awe inspiring 16th-century architecture. And while many eateries cater to the heavy flow of travelers, you can…  Read More

Revolver Taco Lounge

Authentic Michoacán Cuisine Owned and operated by the Rojas family, Revolver Taco Lounge in Fort Worth serves some of best Michoacán food you can find outside of Mexico. As immigrants continue to arrive, open restaurants and sadly often over-adapt flavors to gringo palates, it becomes surprisingly difficult to find traditional and authentic Mexican food…even in Texas. Pride,…  Read More

Bizarre Foods America: Alaska’s Copper River Valley

Charley Family Traditions In tonight’s premiere episode of the sixth season of Bizarre Foods America, I head to Alaska’s Copper River Valley to visit the Charley family, a group of Native Americans who live the traditional life of the Ahtna Tribe. In this far flung outpost of the great Alaskan wilderness, people survive by maintaining…  Read More

Bizarre Foods America Season 6

It’s Back! I can’t even believe we’re in the sixth season of Bizarre Foods America (set your DVRs for Monday, March 24 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.) In this new season, we’re getting  back to our international roots, with episodes in Vancouver, Lima and Cartagena, Colombia. Yes, remember how America is two FULL continents?! I’ll also be trying domestic…  Read More