Phil tours a floating market by boat, samples the world's best street food in Chinatown and takes on a 25-course tasting menu with a futuristic twist.
A tasty trip to Saigon kicks off with pho and banh mi. Phil gets up at dawn to harvest lotus stems and learns how real Vietnamese coffee is made.
In vibrant Tel Aviv, Phil reconnects with old friends over shakshuka, visits a synagogue-themed hummus shop and meets "the princess of soup."
Phil savors Lisbon's famed pasteis de nata tarts, tours the city in a motorcycle sidecar and dines with a chef at his Michelin-starred restaurant.
Phil learns how to eat crawfish, goes hog-wild at a butcher shop and meets up with friends for a Monday night tradition: red beans and rice.
After a mezcal-soaked meal, Phil tries his hand at tortilla making and introduces a stranger to the wonders of tacos al pastor.
In Italy, Phil devours a sublime pork chop, pilots a gondola, dines with a famous chef, and marvels over gelato, aged cheese and balsamic vinegar.
With wife Monica along to trace her Irish roots, Phil feasts on boxty and seaweed, warily plays beekeeper, and learns how to pour and drink Guinness.
Argentina delights Phil as he swoons over dulce de leche delicacies, wild boar choripán and divine cuts of beef. Bonus: He tangos and rides a horse.
Phil relishes new interpretations of Nordic classics such as sm?rrebr?d and frikadeller before joining his family for fun and games at Tivoli Gardens.
Phil gamely tries ostrich and antelope, eats with Nelson Mandela's grandson, tucks into BBQ and a family meal, and taste-tests coffee and flowers.
Steak. Pizza. Hot dogs. Egg creams. Fall in love with Phil's New York as he noshes with friends Al Roker, Judy Gold, Elaine May and Tracy Morgan.