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Transcript of Andrew Zimmern
He began his formal culinary training at the age of 14. He attended the Dalton School and graduated from Vassar College. Contributing to many of New York’s finest restaurants as either executive chef or general manager, he has also lectured on restaurant management and design at The New School for Social Research.
He had a severe drug and alcohol addiction which led him to homelessness for one year. In 1992 Zimmern moved to Minnesota, where he checked into the Hazelden Treatment Center for drug and alcohol addiction treatment, where he now volunteers. He later gained wide acclaim during his four and a half year tenure as executive chef of Café Un Deux Trois in Minneapolis's Foshay Tower. His menus received the highest ratings from the St. Paul Pioneer Press, Minneapolis Star Tribune, Minnesota Monthly, and Mpls. St.Paul Magazine, as well as national publications. Zimmern left the daily restaurant operations in 1997.
Japanese Yakitori-Style Pan-Roasted Duck Breast
Baltimore-Style Crab Cakes
The Culinary Life of
Asian flavors from sake, soy and sesame seeds.
How hes Known:
Known for his TV show called Bizarre Foods
Dry Fried Eggplant