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He is a three-time James Beard Award-winning TV personality, chef, writer and teacher, is widely regarded as one of the most versatile and knowledgeable personalities in the culinary world. As the creator, executive producer and host of Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods series, Andrew explores cultures in more than 100 countries as he shines the spotlight on impactful ways to think about, create and live with food. Wes Gay: As you travel, what excites you about young chefs and restaurateurs? Andrew Zimmern: The most exciting about the young people in this business is that they believe in transparency, pursuing multiple revenue centers, risk aversion, and anarchy, which is very important to the creative process. I see it all around the world. The young people today are much more interested in blending cultures, being more experimental in their food, being more open & are willing to decide different metrics for how to define success. The pathway for success used to be open restaurants, slave all day, never leave your stove. Nowadays, young chefs & restauranteurs are seeing many different aspects to that, from food trucks in America to street cars and food stalls in foreign countries. Theyre all seeing different metrics for success earlier in their careers and are willing to experiment with them. Gay: With challenges like rising cost of labor & rent, how are they adapting to remain relevant and profitable? Zimmern: This is the most fascinating trend in America.