Fire up the grill and learn alongside an award-winning barbecue master in the all-new four-part unscripted series ‘World Of Flavor’ With Big Moe Cason,” premiering tonight at 10/9c.
Follow U.S. Navy veteran Big Moe Cason as he leaves his culinary comforts behind and embarks on an epic journey to seek out the most mouthwatering dishes cooked over an open flame.
Champion Pitmaster Big Moe Cason is spanning the globe to connect with new cultures and serve up meals to make the locals proud.
He dives for a fresh conch in the Bahamas, roasts gator in Louisiana, connects with his roots in South Carolina, and braves piranha-infested waters in Colombia.
Along the way, Moe explores the many connections between American barbecue and cultures around the world.
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Episodes of ‘World Of Flavor’ With Big Moe Cason,” include the following:
South Carolina Soul
Premieres Monday, July 25, at 10/9c
Big Moe journeys to Charleston, South Carolina to explore the cuisine and its unique connections to Black history and culture. With the help of some local chefs, he learns a new way to make sausage, hunts for oysters, and tries to keep all his fingers while crabbing. But can his newfound knowledge help him create an authentic low country dish good enough to win over the locals at a big-time food festival?
Cowboys and ‘Cue in Colombia
Premieres Monday, August 1, at 10/9c
Big Moe travels all the way to Colombia to discover one of the world’s oldest methods of cooking meat over an open fire. Along the way he visits a street vendor to snack on insects, braves piranha and crocodile-infested waters, and at a natural preserve called El Encanto de Guanapalo, seeks knowledge from a group of traditional Colombian cowboys.
Gumbo, Gator, and Grillin’
Premieres Monday, August 8, at 10/9c
Big Moe journeys deep into the Louisiana bayou to discover the soulful flavors of Creole and Cajun food. He hunts gators, uses a bow to catch redfish, welds his own grill, and learns from the best chefs and farmers how to make authentic gumbo and boudin sausage. Can he use his new culinary skills – with a Big Moe twist – to win over the hearts of both Creole and Cajun guests at a local boucherie?
Premieres Monday, August 15, at 10/9c
Big Moe explores the culinary world of the Bahamas with Chef Simeon Hall, including diving for conch, sourcing some local cedar wood, chasing crabs on land, and welding his own BBQ from a tire rim and a stool. After learning some of the Bahamian techniques and recipes, Moe cooks up a BBQ feast to share with friends.
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