Buurps.com is a fan of the Andrew Zimmern’s weird and wacky culinary travel show called, the “Bizarre Foods”.
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We think that it is an awesome show, showcasing how food preferences are intertwined with one’s socio-cultural-economical background and it is differing from country to country, whilst promoting food tourism around the world. Food that is acceptable in one nation may not be in another.
An interesting culinary travelling story with some drizzles of intriguing blend of ancient and modern traditions, the producer sure knows how to make viewers hunger for more. The concept of this show is a recipe yet to another success story and no wonder it has attracted many viewers around the world.
Andrew Zimmern is a two-time James Beard Award-winning TV personality, chef, food writer, teacher and is regarded as one of the most versatile and knowledgeable personalities in the food world. As the creator, host and co-executive producer of Travel Channel’s hit series, Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern and Andrew Zimmern’s Bizarre World, he travels the globe, exploring food in its own terroir. From world class restaurants to street carts and jungle markets, it’s all about discovering and sharing the authentic experience. Source: http://www.travelchannel.com/
We stumbled upon this video on the bizarre food of our neighbour, Singapore. With much curiosity, we checked it out and wished to highlight it in today’s article. There is no surprise, if many have watched it via the Travel Channel in Astro Malaysia.
Since we are a fan of this show, there is no harm to re-highlight this program.
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Surprisingly, the bizarre food of the Malay race was not highlighted. Probably, the producer thinks that there are bigger pies around Singapore’s neighbouring countries like Malaysia and Indonesia to showcase bizarre foods of the Malay race.