Andrew Zimmern travels to Croatia, an Eastern European country straight out of a storybook, where people are living and eating like their ancestors of a thousand years ago. With local chef Tatiana Ciciliani leading the way, Zimmern goes in search of ingredients for sea rock soup and samples stew made of monkfish intestines. An up-and-coming
“Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast: Roasted Rodents & Stone Soup” – Premieres Tuesday, October 6 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT Andrew Zimmern travels to Croatia, an Eastern European country straight out of a storybook, where people are living and eating like their ancestors of a thousand years ago. With local chef Tatiana Ciciliani leading the way, Zimmern goes
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The Mean Pig BBQ, home to a fiery pulled-pork-sandwich feat known as the Shut Up Juice Challenge, smothers the meat in a blazing barbecue sauce made from pure habanero extract. If Adam wins, he’ll earn major bragging rights, but this spicy sandwich might just shut him up for good.
Adam faces the world’s biggest burger at Mallie’s Sports Grill and Bar, which cooked up an enormous 2 1/2-foot-tall, 190-pound behemoth. This monster is way too much for one mouth, so Adam gathers a team of proud Detroit natives to attack the absolutely ridiculous eating feat. Can Adam and his posse down the world’s biggest
London is a city of stature, wielding power and attitude. From its Roman core to its Olympic edges, ancient abbeys to iconic skyscrapers, Lonely Planet takes you through the city’s highlights. Visit http://www.lonelyplanet.com/england/london for more information about London.
The Kitchen Sink Challenge awaits Adam at the San Francisco Creamery Co. The Kitchen Sink is a massive, 2-gallon sundae, heaped with 8 softball-sized scoops of ice cream, 8 servings of whipped cream and 8 different toppings. If Adam can drain this sink, he gets his picture on the wall of fame and free ice
Lonely Planet’s travel experts have scoured the states to create the ultimate US travel wish list for 2016. Our top place for the year ahead? Philadelphia. Watch the clip to find out why. To see our other nine picks that made the list, check out: www.lonelyplanet.com/best-in-us — Lonely Planet’s Best in the US is sponsored