Tired of the same-old meals day in and day out? Then perhaps it’s time to hunt yourself a manicou. To see how chefs like Madison Cowan prepare a giant tree rat and much more, check out NO KITCHEN REQUIRED, airing Tuesdays at 10/9c only on BBC AMERICA.
Despite the proliferation of humans and technology, there are a surprising number of communities around the globe that remain almost entirely untouched by modern civilization. Their traditions may appear indecipherable to us, but it’s likely they’ve existed much longer than our own. With the help of three adventurous chefs, you can get an up-close look at some of the world’s remotest cultures and their fascinating cuisine on NO KITCHEN REQUIRED, premiering Tuesday, April 3 at 10/9c only on BBC AMERICA.
Taking a look at this list, you’d probably never, ever want to eat any of these foods. However, if you read between the
eyes lines, most of them are popular in their respective regions for pretty good reasons. To see how three fearless chefs use local specialties like these to create culturally-inspired dishes in the most remote and exotic locations in the world, tune into the premiere of NO KITCHEN REQUIRED, on Tuesday, April 3 at 10/9c only on BBC AMERICA.