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Travel (and Eat) the World Like Andrew Zimmern

Travel (and Eat) the World Like Andrew Zimmern


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You can already use Andrew Zimmern's Bizarre Foods-inspired app to find out where he eats, but now, there's a new tool to stalk — er, we mean follow — our favorite foodie host.

Zimmern, now the ambassador for Trippy.com, is one of the many celebrities to get on board with Trippy.com, a travel planning web site that incorporates social media and guidebooks in a Pinterest-like board. (Chef Anthony Bourdain also frequents Trippy, alongside Rachel Zoe and Jason Mraz.) Zimmern said that as soon as he heard about Trippy in its alpha-testing stages, he wanted to get involved. "I thought it offered something special and unique," he said. "The user interface, where I can share both places that I've been and places I want to go, plus aggregate information from experts, it's just so cool."

The power of Trippy, he says, comes from the sheer transformative power of traveling: "By getting out of our own comfort zone, we're challenged in suble ways," he says. "Even if it's simply talking to a stranger, or making a friend on a bus in a country 10,000 miles away." So to find a web site that would let him "harness the power" of people's travels, while cataloging his own experiences, "was pretty cool."

Zimmern said he uses Trippy not only for personal travel, but also for upcoming shows (Bizarre Foods is gearing up for production again). He says it's where he gets his best tips. "Say you posted your Thai takeout from Astoria up on Trippy, and I saw that, I might go to that place, or remember that there's that Greek restaurant up on Steinway," he says. "If you post those neighborhood places, I might go."

With more than 2,600 followers and hundreds of pinned places, it's no wonder the world wants to know where Zimmern goes. After a look at his Trippy boards, we found his most pinned-board wasn't in a faraway place, but his hometown: Minneapolis. Zimmern shared with us his five favorite dishes from his pinned Minneapolis board:

• Grilled shrimp and beef roll-your-own spring rolls from Que Nha, a Vietnamese restaurant in St. Paul

• Salami e fungi pizza from Punch Pizza

• Pickled pig's foot and scrambled eggs with truffles from Piccolo Restaurant

• Fish torta from Tilia

• Green papaya salad with sticky rice from the Hmong Market in St. Paul


Bizarre Foods

Andrew rides out on the epic Pony Express Trail, where he explores the thrilling mail delivery service that had a short but profound impact on America. He eats elk tongue, fish skin and an oyster omelet while on his adventure.

Captain Cook and the Ancient Hawaiians

Andrew takes a journey on the Ala Kahakai Trail to learn the tale of Captain James Cook, the British naval officer who "discovered" the Hawaiian archipelago. Along the way, he feasts on traditional island staples, including lau lau and poke.

William Wallace March Through Scotland

Andrew travels the path of the mythic rebel William Wallace, Along the way he enjoys venison haggis, whisky barrel-smoked haddock and stunning blue lobster from the North Sea.

WWII Battle of the Bulge

Andrew journeys through Belgium to retrace the steps of the soldiers who fought in one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. Along the way he feasts on Belgian staples like meatballs, French fries and even ostrich.

The Saint James Way in Spain

Andrew Zimmern makes a spiritual pilgrimage to the tomb of St. James in Spain. He sets off with Spanish food expert and friend Debbie Musgrove to experience the Camino and the foods tied to the tradition.

North Carolina's Moonshine Highway

Andrew uncovers the legends surrounding NASCAR's storied history that took stock car racing from the backwoods of North Carolina to a national phenomenon. Along the way he dines on pork brains, fried snapping turtle and classic Carolina barbecue.

The Underground Railroad

Andrew explores the historic, invisible network known as the Underground Railroad. Along the way he eats meals typical of the slaves who escaped on the route, from roadkill stew and fire-roasted bullfrog to deer jerky and chitterlings.


Bizarre Foods

Andrew rides out on the epic Pony Express Trail, where he explores the thrilling mail delivery service that had a short but profound impact on America. He eats elk tongue, fish skin and an oyster omelet while on his adventure.

Captain Cook and the Ancient Hawaiians

Andrew takes a journey on the Ala Kahakai Trail to learn the tale of Captain James Cook, the British naval officer who "discovered" the Hawaiian archipelago. Along the way, he feasts on traditional island staples, including lau lau and poke.

William Wallace March Through Scotland

Andrew travels the path of the mythic rebel William Wallace, Along the way he enjoys venison haggis, whisky barrel-smoked haddock and stunning blue lobster from the North Sea.

WWII Battle of the Bulge

Andrew journeys through Belgium to retrace the steps of the soldiers who fought in one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. Along the way he feasts on Belgian staples like meatballs, French fries and even ostrich.

The Saint James Way in Spain

Andrew Zimmern makes a spiritual pilgrimage to the tomb of St. James in Spain. He sets off with Spanish food expert and friend Debbie Musgrove to experience the Camino and the foods tied to the tradition.

North Carolina's Moonshine Highway

Andrew uncovers the legends surrounding NASCAR's storied history that took stock car racing from the backwoods of North Carolina to a national phenomenon. Along the way he dines on pork brains, fried snapping turtle and classic Carolina barbecue.

The Underground Railroad

Andrew explores the historic, invisible network known as the Underground Railroad. Along the way he eats meals typical of the slaves who escaped on the route, from roadkill stew and fire-roasted bullfrog to deer jerky and chitterlings.


Bizarre Foods

Andrew rides out on the epic Pony Express Trail, where he explores the thrilling mail delivery service that had a short but profound impact on America. He eats elk tongue, fish skin and an oyster omelet while on his adventure.

Captain Cook and the Ancient Hawaiians

Andrew takes a journey on the Ala Kahakai Trail to learn the tale of Captain James Cook, the British naval officer who "discovered" the Hawaiian archipelago. Along the way, he feasts on traditional island staples, including lau lau and poke.

William Wallace March Through Scotland

Andrew travels the path of the mythic rebel William Wallace, Along the way he enjoys venison haggis, whisky barrel-smoked haddock and stunning blue lobster from the North Sea.

WWII Battle of the Bulge

Andrew journeys through Belgium to retrace the steps of the soldiers who fought in one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. Along the way he feasts on Belgian staples like meatballs, French fries and even ostrich.

The Saint James Way in Spain

Andrew Zimmern makes a spiritual pilgrimage to the tomb of St. James in Spain. He sets off with Spanish food expert and friend Debbie Musgrove to experience the Camino and the foods tied to the tradition.

North Carolina's Moonshine Highway

Andrew uncovers the legends surrounding NASCAR's storied history that took stock car racing from the backwoods of North Carolina to a national phenomenon. Along the way he dines on pork brains, fried snapping turtle and classic Carolina barbecue.

The Underground Railroad

Andrew explores the historic, invisible network known as the Underground Railroad. Along the way he eats meals typical of the slaves who escaped on the route, from roadkill stew and fire-roasted bullfrog to deer jerky and chitterlings.


Bizarre Foods

Andrew rides out on the epic Pony Express Trail, where he explores the thrilling mail delivery service that had a short but profound impact on America. He eats elk tongue, fish skin and an oyster omelet while on his adventure.

Captain Cook and the Ancient Hawaiians

Andrew takes a journey on the Ala Kahakai Trail to learn the tale of Captain James Cook, the British naval officer who "discovered" the Hawaiian archipelago. Along the way, he feasts on traditional island staples, including lau lau and poke.

William Wallace March Through Scotland

Andrew travels the path of the mythic rebel William Wallace, Along the way he enjoys venison haggis, whisky barrel-smoked haddock and stunning blue lobster from the North Sea.

WWII Battle of the Bulge

Andrew journeys through Belgium to retrace the steps of the soldiers who fought in one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. Along the way he feasts on Belgian staples like meatballs, French fries and even ostrich.

The Saint James Way in Spain

Andrew Zimmern makes a spiritual pilgrimage to the tomb of St. James in Spain. He sets off with Spanish food expert and friend Debbie Musgrove to experience the Camino and the foods tied to the tradition.

North Carolina's Moonshine Highway

Andrew uncovers the legends surrounding NASCAR's storied history that took stock car racing from the backwoods of North Carolina to a national phenomenon. Along the way he dines on pork brains, fried snapping turtle and classic Carolina barbecue.

The Underground Railroad

Andrew explores the historic, invisible network known as the Underground Railroad. Along the way he eats meals typical of the slaves who escaped on the route, from roadkill stew and fire-roasted bullfrog to deer jerky and chitterlings.


Bizarre Foods

Andrew rides out on the epic Pony Express Trail, where he explores the thrilling mail delivery service that had a short but profound impact on America. He eats elk tongue, fish skin and an oyster omelet while on his adventure.

Captain Cook and the Ancient Hawaiians

Andrew takes a journey on the Ala Kahakai Trail to learn the tale of Captain James Cook, the British naval officer who "discovered" the Hawaiian archipelago. Along the way, he feasts on traditional island staples, including lau lau and poke.

William Wallace March Through Scotland

Andrew travels the path of the mythic rebel William Wallace, Along the way he enjoys venison haggis, whisky barrel-smoked haddock and stunning blue lobster from the North Sea.

WWII Battle of the Bulge

Andrew journeys through Belgium to retrace the steps of the soldiers who fought in one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. Along the way he feasts on Belgian staples like meatballs, French fries and even ostrich.

The Saint James Way in Spain

Andrew Zimmern makes a spiritual pilgrimage to the tomb of St. James in Spain. He sets off with Spanish food expert and friend Debbie Musgrove to experience the Camino and the foods tied to the tradition.

North Carolina's Moonshine Highway

Andrew uncovers the legends surrounding NASCAR's storied history that took stock car racing from the backwoods of North Carolina to a national phenomenon. Along the way he dines on pork brains, fried snapping turtle and classic Carolina barbecue.

The Underground Railroad

Andrew explores the historic, invisible network known as the Underground Railroad. Along the way he eats meals typical of the slaves who escaped on the route, from roadkill stew and fire-roasted bullfrog to deer jerky and chitterlings.


Bizarre Foods

Andrew rides out on the epic Pony Express Trail, where he explores the thrilling mail delivery service that had a short but profound impact on America. He eats elk tongue, fish skin and an oyster omelet while on his adventure.

Captain Cook and the Ancient Hawaiians

Andrew takes a journey on the Ala Kahakai Trail to learn the tale of Captain James Cook, the British naval officer who "discovered" the Hawaiian archipelago. Along the way, he feasts on traditional island staples, including lau lau and poke.

William Wallace March Through Scotland

Andrew travels the path of the mythic rebel William Wallace, Along the way he enjoys venison haggis, whisky barrel-smoked haddock and stunning blue lobster from the North Sea.

WWII Battle of the Bulge

Andrew journeys through Belgium to retrace the steps of the soldiers who fought in one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. Along the way he feasts on Belgian staples like meatballs, French fries and even ostrich.

The Saint James Way in Spain

Andrew Zimmern makes a spiritual pilgrimage to the tomb of St. James in Spain. He sets off with Spanish food expert and friend Debbie Musgrove to experience the Camino and the foods tied to the tradition.

North Carolina's Moonshine Highway

Andrew uncovers the legends surrounding NASCAR's storied history that took stock car racing from the backwoods of North Carolina to a national phenomenon. Along the way he dines on pork brains, fried snapping turtle and classic Carolina barbecue.

The Underground Railroad

Andrew explores the historic, invisible network known as the Underground Railroad. Along the way he eats meals typical of the slaves who escaped on the route, from roadkill stew and fire-roasted bullfrog to deer jerky and chitterlings.


Bizarre Foods

Andrew rides out on the epic Pony Express Trail, where he explores the thrilling mail delivery service that had a short but profound impact on America. He eats elk tongue, fish skin and an oyster omelet while on his adventure.

Captain Cook and the Ancient Hawaiians

Andrew takes a journey on the Ala Kahakai Trail to learn the tale of Captain James Cook, the British naval officer who "discovered" the Hawaiian archipelago. Along the way, he feasts on traditional island staples, including lau lau and poke.

William Wallace March Through Scotland

Andrew travels the path of the mythic rebel William Wallace, Along the way he enjoys venison haggis, whisky barrel-smoked haddock and stunning blue lobster from the North Sea.

WWII Battle of the Bulge

Andrew journeys through Belgium to retrace the steps of the soldiers who fought in one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. Along the way he feasts on Belgian staples like meatballs, French fries and even ostrich.

The Saint James Way in Spain

Andrew Zimmern makes a spiritual pilgrimage to the tomb of St. James in Spain. He sets off with Spanish food expert and friend Debbie Musgrove to experience the Camino and the foods tied to the tradition.

North Carolina's Moonshine Highway

Andrew uncovers the legends surrounding NASCAR's storied history that took stock car racing from the backwoods of North Carolina to a national phenomenon. Along the way he dines on pork brains, fried snapping turtle and classic Carolina barbecue.

The Underground Railroad

Andrew explores the historic, invisible network known as the Underground Railroad. Along the way he eats meals typical of the slaves who escaped on the route, from roadkill stew and fire-roasted bullfrog to deer jerky and chitterlings.


Bizarre Foods

Andrew rides out on the epic Pony Express Trail, where he explores the thrilling mail delivery service that had a short but profound impact on America. He eats elk tongue, fish skin and an oyster omelet while on his adventure.

Captain Cook and the Ancient Hawaiians

Andrew takes a journey on the Ala Kahakai Trail to learn the tale of Captain James Cook, the British naval officer who "discovered" the Hawaiian archipelago. Along the way, he feasts on traditional island staples, including lau lau and poke.

William Wallace March Through Scotland

Andrew travels the path of the mythic rebel William Wallace, Along the way he enjoys venison haggis, whisky barrel-smoked haddock and stunning blue lobster from the North Sea.

WWII Battle of the Bulge

Andrew journeys through Belgium to retrace the steps of the soldiers who fought in one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. Along the way he feasts on Belgian staples like meatballs, French fries and even ostrich.

The Saint James Way in Spain

Andrew Zimmern makes a spiritual pilgrimage to the tomb of St. James in Spain. He sets off with Spanish food expert and friend Debbie Musgrove to experience the Camino and the foods tied to the tradition.

North Carolina's Moonshine Highway

Andrew uncovers the legends surrounding NASCAR's storied history that took stock car racing from the backwoods of North Carolina to a national phenomenon. Along the way he dines on pork brains, fried snapping turtle and classic Carolina barbecue.

The Underground Railroad

Andrew explores the historic, invisible network known as the Underground Railroad. Along the way he eats meals typical of the slaves who escaped on the route, from roadkill stew and fire-roasted bullfrog to deer jerky and chitterlings.


Bizarre Foods

Andrew rides out on the epic Pony Express Trail, where he explores the thrilling mail delivery service that had a short but profound impact on America. He eats elk tongue, fish skin and an oyster omelet while on his adventure.

Captain Cook and the Ancient Hawaiians

Andrew takes a journey on the Ala Kahakai Trail to learn the tale of Captain James Cook, the British naval officer who "discovered" the Hawaiian archipelago. Along the way, he feasts on traditional island staples, including lau lau and poke.

William Wallace March Through Scotland

Andrew travels the path of the mythic rebel William Wallace, Along the way he enjoys venison haggis, whisky barrel-smoked haddock and stunning blue lobster from the North Sea.

WWII Battle of the Bulge

Andrew journeys through Belgium to retrace the steps of the soldiers who fought in one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. Along the way he feasts on Belgian staples like meatballs, French fries and even ostrich.

The Saint James Way in Spain

Andrew Zimmern makes a spiritual pilgrimage to the tomb of St. James in Spain. He sets off with Spanish food expert and friend Debbie Musgrove to experience the Camino and the foods tied to the tradition.

North Carolina's Moonshine Highway

Andrew uncovers the legends surrounding NASCAR's storied history that took stock car racing from the backwoods of North Carolina to a national phenomenon. Along the way he dines on pork brains, fried snapping turtle and classic Carolina barbecue.

The Underground Railroad

Andrew explores the historic, invisible network known as the Underground Railroad. Along the way he eats meals typical of the slaves who escaped on the route, from roadkill stew and fire-roasted bullfrog to deer jerky and chitterlings.


Bizarre Foods

Andrew rides out on the epic Pony Express Trail, where he explores the thrilling mail delivery service that had a short but profound impact on America. He eats elk tongue, fish skin and an oyster omelet while on his adventure.

Captain Cook and the Ancient Hawaiians

Andrew takes a journey on the Ala Kahakai Trail to learn the tale of Captain James Cook, the British naval officer who "discovered" the Hawaiian archipelago. Along the way, he feasts on traditional island staples, including lau lau and poke.

William Wallace March Through Scotland

Andrew travels the path of the mythic rebel William Wallace, Along the way he enjoys venison haggis, whisky barrel-smoked haddock and stunning blue lobster from the North Sea.

WWII Battle of the Bulge

Andrew journeys through Belgium to retrace the steps of the soldiers who fought in one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. Along the way he feasts on Belgian staples like meatballs, French fries and even ostrich.

The Saint James Way in Spain

Andrew Zimmern makes a spiritual pilgrimage to the tomb of St. James in Spain. He sets off with Spanish food expert and friend Debbie Musgrove to experience the Camino and the foods tied to the tradition.

North Carolina's Moonshine Highway

Andrew uncovers the legends surrounding NASCAR's storied history that took stock car racing from the backwoods of North Carolina to a national phenomenon. Along the way he dines on pork brains, fried snapping turtle and classic Carolina barbecue.

The Underground Railroad

Andrew explores the historic, invisible network known as the Underground Railroad. Along the way he eats meals typical of the slaves who escaped on the route, from roadkill stew and fire-roasted bullfrog to deer jerky and chitterlings.


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