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Food Works, Inc.
Go Fork Yourself with Andrew Zimmern and Molly Mogren
Chef, author, and host of Travel Channel's "Bizarre Foods," Andrew Zimmern chats with fellow food fanatic and traveler Molly Mogren. They'll discuss what is going on in the food world, give their recommendations for travel and talk about whatever else pops into their heads.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.0 stars from 239 ratings
Poor Tim Ferriss
Tim Ferriss has become one of the highest-rated podcaster. This woman kept interrupting him throughout his interview. Couldn't listen. She's awful.
Ice Princess 2000 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/28/17
007sweettoothe
I love this show, it's entertaining, funny and informative. I enjoy all the different view and opinions on each topic.
Sweet tooth 007 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/25/17
Get an editor or stay on topic
Very disappointed with the podcast. I’m a longtime fan of Andrew Zimmern's show so I was looking forward to hearing some in depth food discussions from a seasoned travel host. However, most of the episodes are completely directionless and mainly consist of you, the listener, just eavesdropping on...Read full review »
KimIsTheListener via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/29/16
Recent Episodes
This week Andrew and Molly trade stories about the time Andrew got stuck at a Canadian airport, the Austin Food and Wine demo no one will forget, Andrew's lawyer's hippie dance and more. Plus, Andrew speaks a bit about alcoholism and chemical dependency.
Published 05/01/15
Andrew and Molly are both on the road, so they gave each other a call to check in this week. They talk about Molly's road trip to Vermont, Andrew's media adventures in New York, and they take a little time to smack talk Gary, Indiana.
Published 04/24/15
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