'Culinary anthropology' with Andrew Zimmern On his hit Travel Channel series, Andrew Zimmern roams the world practicing what he calls "culinary anthropology," eating everything from giant flying ants to raw camel kidney. He says it's one of the best ways to discover what is most authentic about a culture.9:06 a.m.
Andrew Zimmern: Food writer and critic. He is host of the Travel Channel series Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern and Andrew Zimmern's Bizarre World. His new book is "The Bizarre Truth." He lives in the Twin Cities.
Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck talks about dining Celebrity chef and head of a veritable food empire, Wolfgang Puck talks about how dining has changed over his many years running restaurants, including the groundbreaking Spago in Los Angeles.10:06 a.m.
Wolfgang Puck: Chef and restauranteur. His company has a fine dining outpost in Minneapolis, 20.21 Restaurant and Bar at the Walker Art Center.