Season 3, Episode 15
Bourdain visits Tuscany in central Italy, where he takes a trip to two family-owned farms and is treated to fresh wines, cheeses and milk, and he also has the opportunity to milk a sheep.
Bourdain goes below the Mason-Dixon line for a first-time visit to South Carolina to experience Southern hospitality, culture, history and cuisine.
Season 3, Episode 13
Tony travels to Argentina, starting his visit in Buenos Aires and then continuing on to the country's southern tip, Patagonia.
Season 3, Episode 12
Bourdain experiences the sights, sounds and flavors of Hong Kong.
Bourdain heads to Cleveland after getting an invitation from a friend, author Michael Ruhlman, to check out his hometown.
Bourdain travels to French Polynesia in the South Pacific, where his stops include Tahiti, to research lurid legends about cannibalism.
Season 3, Episode 9
Bourdain travels to Brazil, stopping in Sao Paolo where he explores the diverse mix of backgrounds and ethnicities.
Season 3, Episode 8
A visit to New York City.
Season 3, Episode 7
Tony takes a tour of Shanghai featuring culture and cuisine.
Bourdain travels to Los Angeles, and investigates culture and cuisine in and around Hollywood.
Season 3, Episode 5
Bourdain travels to Russia.
Season 3, Episode 4
Bourdain travels to Namibia, on the southwest coast of Africa, a harsh environment where he develops an admiration for the people who live there.
Bourdain visits the Pacific Northwest, where he learns about the area's history, drinks coffee and consumes fresh produce.
Season 3, Episode 2
Bourdain visits Ghana, where he visits an open-air market, samples locally brewed palm wine, helps the local fishermen with their catch, and enjoys a savory stew of beef tongue and goat meat at a “chop bar.”
Season 3, Episode 1
Bourdain visits Ireland in an attempt to dispel the myth that the country has the worst food in the world, and that instead, it is about to become “a culinary superpower.” Included: a shellfish dinner; blood pudding; lots of Guinness.