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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Andrew Zimmern Returning to S.F. for More Bizarre Foods

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Andrew Zimmern, host of Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods, was shooting street food antics in the area last month, and now it appears he's headed back for more next month. A source revealed that Bizarre Foods producers are currently scouting possible local activities, and Zimmern's Twitter timeline reveals that he's most excited to return to eat with Incanto offal king Chris Cosentino:

"The difference is that this time instead of you burying me in an avalanche of amazing food, it will be other way around," Zimmern tweeted.

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