What's next for foodie Andrew Zimmern? A run for office - Bring Me The News

What's next for foodie Andrew Zimmern? A run for office

The chef and television personality famous for "Bizarre Foods" says he knows what his next career will be: "I'm going to run for public office in Minnesota." He's not sure what office it'll be - maybe city council - but he says he wants to help people.
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The chef and television personality famous for "Bizarre Foods" says he knows what his next career will be: "I'm going to run for public office in Minnesota." He's not sure what office it'll be - maybe city council - but he says he wants to help people.

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