'Eat the World' With Chef Emeril Lagasse

Lagasse is live in Times Square to share dishes from his travels for "Eat the World," an original, unscripted docu-series that follows the chef on a global culinary journey.
3:12 | 08/30/16

Coming up in the next {{countdown}} {{countdownlbl}}

Coming up next:

{{nextVideo.title}}

{{nextVideo.description}}

Skip to this video now

Now Playing:

{{currentVideo.title}}

Comments
Related Extras
Related Videos
Video Transcript
Transcript for 'Eat the World' With Chef Emeril Lagasse
Back now with emeril Lagasse. He has a brand-new show "Eat the world" with emeril Lagasse and travels the world to share great food with great chefs. Take a look. Doesn't matter if it's in new York City or here in Spain. Chefs get together, magic begins to start happening. I'm excited to be here. This is great. My favorite thing to eat as a know it is yours is anything anyone else makes. That's right. This one you got the sweet in one bite. God, that's good. You know what we say, bam. You and Mario batali. Trying to get all the best chefs. How far you traveled. Let's take a look on the map. There we go. Pretty amazing, right? Well over 100,000 miles. 100,000. Fantastic. Let's get -- Around the world twice. The premise of the show, George, is about understanding the culture, understanding people and then understanding the food of where we travel. To have a chef companion at least one, sometimes two, let's take South Korea, for example. This is -- There we go. This is Danny Bowen. South Korea together and he made one of these dishes he made was spicy chicken wings from mission Chinese, dynamite but in south Korea we not only went to the maple market and learned about the culture and the people, then we took a bullet train 1 0 miles outside Seoul to a buddhist temple to find this buddhist nun Jean Kwan considered one of the best vegetarian chefs in the world and cooked with her all day long and Italy with Nancy sulitan. I consider her probably one of the gods of dough when it comes to dough. La Brea bakery, et cetera, et cetera, she wanted to bring EE to Italy to meet Franco Pepe who she considers the best pizza maker in the world. You know what makes his pizza so special, his ingredients. 14 kilometers from his restaurant, the Buffalo mozzarella, olive oils, wine, amazing experience. Then Sanchez, we went to Cuba together. I was just talking with somebody. If you're having a bad day, call Harroun, he will make you bet ever. He is the man. We went to Cuba together before it changed. We spent the whole day with a farmer who has a pig farm and he did roasted pork for us and we got to cook with him and made dishes for him and his family and had Sunday dinner. Mario batali. We just saw him. We started -- you would think we'd go to Italy. We started at babo and made a ravioli with calf springs his grandmother makes and is the noodle from Italy or China. Mario, let's go to Shanghai. That's what we did. We went to Shanghai and we were searched for the best soup dumplings on the planet. Sweetened with mark Cal Samuelson. I'm fishing in the middle of the ocean with Marcus and a hailstorm, 26 degrees. All your friends havin such a great time. Unbelievable. We wanted to thank you for coming today because we know you lost your mom Hilda. Yes. Over the weekend. Our condolences and we know she was also such a big fan of "Gma" and all your time here so thank you. If I wouldn't have come today, she'd be really mad at me. Then we're glad you're here. Thank you, emeril. Really great. "Eat the world" on Amazon. This Friday. Students

This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.

{"duration":"3:12","description":"Lagasse is live in Times Square to share dishes from his travels for \"Eat the World,\" an original, unscripted docu-series that follows the chef on a global culinary journey.","mediaType":"default","section":"ABCNews/GMA","id":"41733879","title":"'Eat the World' With Chef Emeril Lagasse","url":"/GMA/video/eat-world-chef-emeril-lagasse-41733879"}