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  • Episode 1: Jamaica

  • A bad boy chef visits Jamaica to down a little food and raise a little hell. While hunting down lip smackin? Jamaican cuisine, he also manages to try a few life-enhancing experiences along the way.

  • Episode 2: Mexico

  • A bad boy chef dives off the tourist map to reveal the authentic cuisine of the Mayan Riviera. From a well-stocked tequileria to beer milkshakes, this is an unforgettable trip.

  • Episode 3: Belize

  • A bad boy chef explores Belize?s unique mix of African, Spanish and Caribbean cuisines. Between the heavenly tacos, the hot sauces and the iguana stew, make sure you save room for dessert.

  • Episode 4: Portugal

  • While he's not yet a huge fan of Portuguese food, a bad boy chef visits Porto to see if this seaside city can inspire him to change his mind.

  • Episode 5: Fez, Morocco

  • Stirring things up in Morocco, a bad boy chef hunts down local delicacies like pigeon pastilla, camel burgers laced with coriander and berber pancakes, all the while working his charm on the locals.

  • Episode 6: Sardinia

  • A bad boy chef learns how to make proper Italian coffee and pizza and samples less traditional fare like eel pie and horsemeat sandwiches which living it up with the locals in Sardinia.

  • Episode 7: Mexico

  • A bad boy chef dives off the tourist map to reveal the authentic cuisine of the Mayan Riviera. From a well-stocked tequileria to beer milkshakes, this is an unforgettable trip.

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A bad boy chef visits Jamaica to down a little food and raise a little hell. While hunting down lip smackin? Jamaican cuisine, he also manages to try a few life-enhancing experiences along the way.

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