Anthony visits Massachusetts.
Bourdain visits his home state of New Jersey with his brother Chris and enjoys fried hot dogs. Later, he goes to Atlantic City to take in the sights, sounds and good eats at the shore.
Bourdain and Charleston, S.C., resident Bill Murray dine on traditional Gullah cuisine, oyster pie, and shrimp and grits.
The host explores restaurants amid tribal loyalty and post-war uncertainty in Libya.
Chef Marcus Samuelsson and his wife Maya take Bourdain on a tour of Ethiopia to experience the nation beyond the headlines.
The host visits the Congo with author Tim Butcher ("Blood River: The Terrifying Journey Through the World's Most Dangerous Country").
Anthony Bourdain visits Myanmar in the premiere of this series in which the noted chef explores the food and dining rituals of little-known areas of the world.
The Season 3 opener features a visit to Punjab, India, where the host samples items from roadside restaurants, a Sikh celebration and a community vegetarian eatery.
A visit to the Koreatown neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Bourdain explores a lesser-known side of Hawaii and enjoys a meal at an ancient oceanside fish pond with travel writer Paul Theroux and chef Andrew Le.
The noted chef explores the food and dining rituals of little-known areas of the world.
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